Western Pomo prehistory

excavations at Albion Head, Nightbirds" Retreat, and Three Chop Village, Mendocino County, California
  • 229 Pages
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Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles , Los Angeles
Pomo Indians -- Antiquities., Mendocino County (Calif.) -- Antiquities., California -- Antiqui


Mendocino County (Calif.), Calif

StatementThomas N. Layton.
SeriesMonograph / Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles ;, 32, Monograph (University of California, Los Angeles. Institute of Archaeology) ;, 32.
LC ClassificationsE99.P65 L38 1989
The Physical Object
Pagination229 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2226616M
ISBN 100917956672
LC Control Number89071653

Western Pomo Prehistory: Excavations at Albion Head, Nightbirds' Retreat, and Three Chop Village, Mendocino County, California MONOGRAPH (UNIV OF CALIF-LA, INST OF ARCHAEOLOGY) Volume 32 of Monograph (University of California, Los Angeles.

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John Wesley Powell classified the language family as Kulanapan inusing the name first. Book Western Pomo Prehistory: Excavations at Albion Head, Nightbirds' Retreat, and Three Chop Village, Mendocino County, California ().

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New. A Transcription of the Nova Albion passages from The World Encompassed The World Encompassed By Sir Francis Drake, published in London inis by far the most detailed account of the circumnavigation to come from a time when at least some of those who.

The Native Americans in the Central Valley of California and on the California coast, notably the Pomo, were sedentary peoples who gathered edible plants, roots, and fruit and also hunted small game.

Their acorn bread, made by pounding acorns into meal and then leaching it with hot water, was distinctive, and they cooked in baskets filled with. Festivals as Context for Exchange in the Great Basin-Columbia Plateau Region of Western North America.

Joel C. Janetski. We soon found out that [the] Provo River region was the great place of gathering of all Ute tribes of central Utah valleys, too, on account of the wonderful supply of fish moving up the stream from the Lake to their spawning ground every spring.

Western Pomo and Northeastern Pomo. In California. Handbook of North American Indians, Volume 8, edited by Robert F. Heizer, pp. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Beardsley, Richard K.

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North Central California: Pomo, Wintun, Nomlaki, Patwin, Coast Miwok, and Lake Miwok Indians. This 1,foot earthwork shaped like an undulating snake swallowing an egg was first spotted by European settlers inand left undisturbed until the Smithsonian sent two surveyors out to map.

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