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Inlaid stone and bone artifacts from southern California

E. K. Burnett

Inlaid stone and bone artifacts from southern California

by E. K. Burnett

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Published by Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Implements.,
  • Indians of North America -- California.,
  • California -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby E.K. Burnett.
    SeriesContributions from the Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation -- v. 13
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7-60 p., [139] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages139
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15463875M

      Area Indian leaders defend the reburial as appropriate for sacred objects, human remains. bone objects. Introduction At the time of European contact, the Chumash and their California Indian neighbors made and used a diverse array of shell and bone artifacts. During the Early Holocene (10, cal BP), in contrast, archaeologists have documented a relatively small number of .

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Inlaid stone and bone artifacts from Southern California by Burnett, Edwin Kenneth, ; Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation. Publication date TopicsPages: Read more about Inlaid stone and bone artifacts from Southern California The Spiro mound collection in the Museum Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation.

Inthe strange object that was dubbed “The Coso Artifact” and was exhibited at the Museum of East California in the town of Independence for a period of three months.

Then, for years it was exhibited in the home of Wallace Lane, one of the original three discoverers of the thousand-year-old artifact.

Burnett, E.K. Inlaid Stone and Bone Artifacts from Southern California. Contributions of the Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation XIII. New York. Gibson, R.O. The Beads of Humaliwo. The Journal of California Anthropology 2(1): Gibson, R.O. The Study of Beads and Ornaments from San Buenaventura Mission Site.

- Explore lhwilliams's board "Bone and shell artifacts", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Native american artifacts, Indian artifacts and Native american art pins. Archaeologists exploring the remote reaches of a military training base in southern California have uncovered nearly 9, artifacts that represent more t years of human history in the Mojave Desert, a new study reports.

The artifacts, found at multiple sites across the base, include more than 8, stone tools, flakes, ground stone, pieces of ceramic, and bone, as well as a single. Inlaid stone and bone artifacts from Southern California. New York (NY): Contribution from the Museum of the American Indian Heye Foundation Burton, M.

& Burton, R. /Cited by: Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. E.K. Burnett wrote a monograph on Chumash archeological finds in “Inlaid Stone and Bone Artifacts from Southern California,” published by the Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, provides photos of spectacular artifacts excavated on Point Dume by a man named A.

Sanger and his associates. book on painting by Indiana. Given is a brief discussion on certain painters and characteristics of geographic area paintings. There are significant Indian painters listed.

Burnett, E. Inlaid Stone and Bone Artifacts from Southern. California. Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, New York,59 pp. Bibliography, 71 Size: 1MB. We use cookies to offer you a better experience, personalize content, tailor advertising, provide social media features, and better understand the use of our services.

the mostly phony artifacts illustrated in Burnett’s () Inlaid Stone and Bone Artifacts from Southern California (see also Curtis ). Sanger also sold bogus specimens to well-heeled private collectors.

Among the more popularly recog-nized pieces are certain smiley-face whales (see e.g., Koerper and Desautels-Wiley –78), several.

Review of E. Burnett, Inlaid Stone and Bone Artifacts from Southern California. JAFL Philadelphia. Gifford, Edward Winslow Californian Bone Artifacts. UC-AR Berkeley. Detailed presentation of the bone artifacts in the University of California Museum of Anthropology; includes Santa Barbara.

Californian File Size: 3MB. Engraved stone artifacts have been reported from all counties in Southern California, with the most elaborate coming from Chumash territory in the area of Santa Barbara and on the Channel Islands.

Most of the information on the patterned artifacts from Orange County has heretofore been available only in unpublished Size: KB. California State Parks, State of California. Inan artifact made from volcanic rock was unearthed at the Allan O.

Kelly Archaeological Dig overlooking the Agua Hedionda Lagoon in Carlsbad, California in San Diego County. Archaeologists noticed a " long by " piece of meta-volcanic rock that looked a lot like a bear. It was fashioned by California Indians around 7, to 8, years ago.

Known dates and estimates place their appearance during the Early Milling Stone Horizon, some 7, years ago. Some 2, years later they disappear abruptly (Eberhart and Koerper ).

Their range is centered along the Santa Ana River drainage in. The remains of this prehistoric seafaring is being recorded by underwater archaeologists in quantities of artifacts recovered and preserved from the offshore areas.

At least 25 individual sites have been reported between Ventura Beach and Point Conception. A recent exploration of Goleta State Beach yielded six stone bowls in one dive.

Stone, Bone, Antler, and Shell book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Book by Stewart, Hilary/5.Candidates for southern California’s mastodon-bone breakers include Neandertals, Denisovans and Homo erectus.

All are hominids that lived in northeastern Asia someyears ago. A less likely possibility, Holen says, is our species — Homo sapiens. That would be surprising, as there is no evidence that true humans reached southern China.