Nineteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1897-98. Part 2. J. W. Powell, Jesse Walter Fewkes, Cosmos Mindeleff, Thomas Gann, Cyrus Thomas, W. J. McGee, Albert Ernest Jenks.

Nineteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1897-98. Part 2.

In Two Parts-Part 2 Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1900.

Hardcover. Tall, thick quarto. [1]. Pages 571-1160. Illustrated. Green cloth hardcover with gilt illustration and title on the front cover and spine. Sturdy binding with some of the over stitching visible. Light shelf wear to the binding. Clean interior. Part 2 only.

Accompanying papers include:

Tusayan Migration Traditions by Jesse Walter Fewkes. Pages 503-633.

Localization of Tusayan Clans by Cosmos Mindeleff. Pages 635-653. Illustrated with plates XXI-XXVIII and Figure 3.

Mounds in Northern Honduras by Thomas Gann. pages 655-692. Illustrated with plates XXIX-XXXIX and Figures 4-7.

Mayan Calendar Systems by Cyrus Thomas. Pages 693-819. Illustrated with plates XL-XLIV and Figures 8-22.

Primitive Numbers by W J McGee. Pages 821-851.

Numeral Systems of Mexico and Central America by Cyrus Thomas. Pages 853-955. Illustrated with figures 23-41.

Tusayan Flute and Snake Ceremonies by Jesse Walter Fewkes. Pages 957-1011. Illustrated with plates XLV-LXV and figures 42-46.

The Wild Rice Gatherers of the Upper Lakes: A Study in American Primitive Economics. Pages 1013-1137. Illustrated with plates LXVI-LXXIX and figures 47-48.

Index to Part 2 pages 1139-1160. Good +. Item #15127

Price: $125.00