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A. L. Kroeber angles ants arrowhead-half arrowhead-sharp arrowheads in-the-middle gaiya band basketry bice'-mao border finish bu'-dile burden baskets butterfly California called by Northern Central informants called Central Pomo Central Pomo informants coiled baskets complex pattern crossing crow-foot or track datl'pka dato'I kata dile deer-back deer-teeth design elements design empty in-the-middle design shown dialect dile gaiya double row dzlyo'dzlyo Eastern informants gave Eastern Pomo feathers fiber fish trap formants gadil gave the name horizontal Indians isosceles right triangles kaa'i-kama kama kapo'kpoko katca katca'-dalau katca'k large triangles lattice twining Northern informants Northern Pomo informants on-both-sides openwork baskets passing-along pce'-meo plain twining plate-form plume plural Pomo basketry Pomo divisions Pomo informants gave potato-forehead quail quail-plume qualifying terms rectangles rectangular figures rhomboidal rhomboidal figures sharp-points shown in fig shown in pl stripe striped-watersnake three-strand twining tslyo'tslyo turtle-neck twined baskets warp sticks white man's design wickerwork xaca'icai xaga yellowhammer zigzag
Page 132 - No. 1. The Earliest Historical Relations between Mexico and Japan, by Zelia Nuttall. Pages 47, April, 1906. . Price, .50 No. 2. Contributions to the Physical Anthropology of California, by A. Hrdlicka. Pages 16, tables 5, Plates 10, June, 1906. Price, .75 No. 3. Shoshonean Dialects of California, by AL Kroeber. Pages 100, February, 1907 Price, 1.50 No. 4. Indian Myths from South Central California, by AL Kroeber (in press).
Page 132 - No. 4. Basket Designs of the Indians of Northwestern California, by AL Kroeber. Pages 60, Plates 7, January, 1905.
Page 135 - Merrill, in the lecture room of the Museum of the Department of Anthropology, of the University of California, in the Affiliated Colleges in San Francisco.
Page 311 - Goodspeed. xv + 485 pages, with 2 collotype plates and a map 16.00 Vol. 3. The Tebtunis Papyri, Part 3 (in preparation). EGYPTIAN ARCHAEOLOGY. (Quarto). Vol. 1. The Hearst Medical Papyrus. Edited by GA Reisner. Hieratic text in 17 facsimile plates in collotype, with introduction and vocabulary, pages 48, 1905. (JC Hinrichs, Leipzig, 25 Marks) Price, $8.00 Vol.
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Page 311 - Goodspeed. xv -j- 485 pages, with 2 collotype plates and a map _ 16.00 VoL 3. The Tebtunis Papyri, Part 3. (In preparation.) EGYPTIAN ARCHAEOLOGY. (Quarto.) Vol. 1. The Hearst Medical Papyrus. Edited by GA Reisner. Hieratic text in 17 fac-simile plates in collotype, with introduction and vocabulary, pages 48, 1905.
Page 132 - Vol. 2. No. 1. The Exploration of the Potter Creek Cave, by William J.
Page 311 - No. 1. A Mission Record of the California Indians, from a Manuscript in the Bancroft Library, by AL Kroeber. Pages 27, May, 1908 Price, .25 No. 2. The Ethnography of the Cahuilla Indians, by AL Kroeber. Pages 40, Plates 15, June, 1908 Price, .75 No. 3. The Religion of the Luiseno Indians of Southern California, by Constance Goddard DuBois (in press).
Page 141 - Pomo, on the other hand, have so far perfected this form of decoration that they are able to cover their baskets completely with feathers, and good basket makers can so place them that the surface of the basket has almost the smoothness of the breast of a bird itself. Such feathered baskets are shown in pl.