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Archeology of Pajarito Park, New Mexico

Edgar L. Hewett
American Anthropologist
New Series, Vol. 6, No. 5 (Oct. - Dec., 1904), pp. 629-659
Published by: Wiley on behalf of the American Anthropological Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/659143
Page Count: 39
Subjects: Anthropology
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Notes and References

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[Footnotes]
  • Papers of the Arch. Inst. of America, American Series.
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    The Coronado Expedition; Fourteenth Ann. Rep. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology.
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    "Ruins in Verde Valley," J. Walter Fewkes ; Seventeenth Ann. Rep. Bur. of Amer. Ethnol., part 2.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Final Report
    • The Delight Makers, by A. F. Bandelier.
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    The Wanderings of Cochiti, in The Land of Poco Tiempo, by Charles F. Lummis.
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    Final Report, part II.
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    Collections of 1880, by James Stevenson; Second Ann. Rep. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology.
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    Report of the Director, by J. W. Powell ; Seventh Ann. Rep. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology.
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    A Day in the Cliff Dwellings, by George H. Wallace; Land of Sunshine, Los Angeles, Cal., June, 1900.
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    Report on the Ancient Chif Dwellings in New Mexico and the Proposed Es- tablishment of the Pajarito National Park, by James D. Mankin; MS. report in the General Land Office, Washington, 1900.
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    Studies on the Extinct Pueblo of Pecos; Amer. Anthropologist, July-Sept., 1904.
  • Aboriginal Remains in Verde Valley, Arizona, by Cosmos Mindelefi ; Thirteenth Ann. Rep. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology, p. 187.
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    Archeological Expedition to Arizona in 1895; Seventeenth Ann. Rep. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology, p. 537.