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The native races

Label
The native races
Title
The native races
Title variation
  • Native races of the Pacific states
  • Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft
Creator
Contributor
Author
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
WSU
Dewey number
970.1
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
F851
LC item number
.B21 1886
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
The native races
Instantiates
Publication
Note
According to W.A. Morris, this work was written by H.L. Oak, T.A. Harcourt, Albert Goldschmidt, W.M. Fisher and William Nemos. cf. Oregon Historical Society Quarterly, volume 4, pages 301-310
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • volume 1. Wild tribes -- volume 2. Civilized nations -- volume 3. Myths and languages -- volume 4. Antiquities -- volume 5. Primitive history
  • volume 1. Ethnological introduction -- Hyperboreans -- Colombians -- Californians -- New Mexicans -- Wild tribes of Mexico -- Wild tribes of Central America
  • volume 2. Savagism and civilization -- General view of the civilized nations -- Palaces and households of the Nahua kings -- The privileged classes among the Nahuas -- Plebeians, slaves, tenure of lands, and taxation -- Education, marriage, concubinage, childbirth, and baptism -- Nahua feasts and amusements -- Public festivals -- Food of the Nahua nations -- Dress of the Nahua nations -- Commerce of the Nahua nations -- War customs of the Nahuas -- Nahua laws and law courts -- Nahua arts and manufactures -- The Aztec calendar -- The Aztec picture-writing -- Architecture and dwellings of the Nahuas -- Medicine and funeral rites among the Nahuas -- Government, social classes, property, and the laws of the Maya nations - Education and family maters among the Mayas -- Feasts and amusements of the Mayas -- Food, dress, commerce, and the war customs of the Mayas -- Maya arts, calendar and hieroglyphics -- Buildings, medicine, burial,l physical peculiarities and character of the Mayas
  • volume 3. Speech and speculations -- Origin and end of things -- Physical myths -- Animal mythology -- Gods, supernatural beings and worship -- Gods, supernatural beings and worship -- Gods, supernatural beings and worship -- Gods, supernatural beings and worship -- Gods, supernatural beings and worship -- Gods, supernatural beings and worship -- Gods, supernatural beings and worship -- Future state -- General remarks -- Hyperborean languages -- Colombian languages -- California languages -- Shoshone languages -- The Pueblo, Colorado River, and Lower California languages -- The Pima, Opata, and Ceri languages -- North Mexican languages -- The Aztec and Otomi languages -- Languages of Central and Southern Mexico -- The Maya-Quiche languages -- Languages of Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and the isthmus of Darien
  • volume 4. Archaelogical instruction -- Antiquities of the Isthmus, Costa Rica, Mosquito Coast, and Nicaragua -- Antiquities of Salvador and Honduras, ruins of Copan -- Antiquities of Guatemala and Belize -- Antiquities of Yucatan -- Antiquities of Tabasco and Chiapas, ruins of Palenque -- Antiquities of Oajaca and Guerruro -- Antiquities of Vera Cruz -- Antiquities of the Central Plateaux -- Antiquities of Northn Mexican states -- -- Antiquities of Arizona and New Mexico -- Antiquities of the Northwest -- Antiquities of the mound-builders -- Peruvian antiquities
  • volume 5. On the origin of the Americans -- Introductory to aboriginal history -- The pre-Toltec period of aboriginal history -- The Toltec period -- The Chichimec period -- The Chichimec period: continued -- The Chichimec period: concluded -- The Aztec period -- The Aztec period: concluded -- History of the Eastern plateau, Michoacan, and Oajaca -- The Quiche-Cakchiquel empire in Guatemala -- Miscellaneous tribes of Central America -- History of Mayas in Yucatan
Control code
587212
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
5 volumes
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
  • Library's copy 3 (Special Collect).
  • Library's copy 4 (SW Writers): From the library of Campbell W. Pennington, gift of Campbell W. Pennington (SW Writers Access. No. 90-088).
  • Library's General Collection copies: Bookplate: Gift of W. Craig Davidson.
Other physical details
illustrations, folded maps, folded table
System control number
(OCoLC)587212
Label
The native races
Publication
Note
According to W.A. Morris, this work was written by H.L. Oak, T.A. Harcourt, Albert Goldschmidt, W.M. Fisher and William Nemos. cf. Oregon Historical Society Quarterly, volume 4, pages 301-310
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • volume 1. Wild tribes -- volume 2. Civilized nations -- volume 3. Myths and languages -- volume 4. Antiquities -- volume 5. Primitive history
  • volume 1. Ethnological introduction -- Hyperboreans -- Colombians -- Californians -- New Mexicans -- Wild tribes of Mexico -- Wild tribes of Central America
  • volume 2. Savagism and civilization -- General view of the civilized nations -- Palaces and households of the Nahua kings -- The privileged classes among the Nahuas -- Plebeians, slaves, tenure of lands, and taxation -- Education, marriage, concubinage, childbirth, and baptism -- Nahua feasts and amusements -- Public festivals -- Food of the Nahua nations -- Dress of the Nahua nations -- Commerce of the Nahua nations -- War customs of the Nahuas -- Nahua laws and law courts -- Nahua arts and manufactures -- The Aztec calendar -- The Aztec picture-writing -- Architecture and dwellings of the Nahuas -- Medicine and funeral rites among the Nahuas -- Government, social classes, property, and the laws of the Maya nations - Education and family maters among the Mayas -- Feasts and amusements of the Mayas -- Food, dress, commerce, and the war customs of the Mayas -- Maya arts, calendar and hieroglyphics -- Buildings, medicine, burial,l physical peculiarities and character of the Mayas
  • volume 3. Speech and speculations -- Origin and end of things -- Physical myths -- Animal mythology -- Gods, supernatural beings and worship -- Gods, supernatural beings and worship -- Gods, supernatural beings and worship -- Gods, supernatural beings and worship -- Gods, supernatural beings and worship -- Gods, supernatural beings and worship -- Gods, supernatural beings and worship -- Future state -- General remarks -- Hyperborean languages -- Colombian languages -- California languages -- Shoshone languages -- The Pueblo, Colorado River, and Lower California languages -- The Pima, Opata, and Ceri languages -- North Mexican languages -- The Aztec and Otomi languages -- Languages of Central and Southern Mexico -- The Maya-Quiche languages -- Languages of Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and the isthmus of Darien
  • volume 4. Archaelogical instruction -- Antiquities of the Isthmus, Costa Rica, Mosquito Coast, and Nicaragua -- Antiquities of Salvador and Honduras, ruins of Copan -- Antiquities of Guatemala and Belize -- Antiquities of Yucatan -- Antiquities of Tabasco and Chiapas, ruins of Palenque -- Antiquities of Oajaca and Guerruro -- Antiquities of Vera Cruz -- Antiquities of the Central Plateaux -- Antiquities of Northn Mexican states -- -- Antiquities of Arizona and New Mexico -- Antiquities of the Northwest -- Antiquities of the mound-builders -- Peruvian antiquities
  • volume 5. On the origin of the Americans -- Introductory to aboriginal history -- The pre-Toltec period of aboriginal history -- The Toltec period -- The Chichimec period -- The Chichimec period: continued -- The Chichimec period: concluded -- The Aztec period -- The Aztec period: concluded -- History of the Eastern plateau, Michoacan, and Oajaca -- The Quiche-Cakchiquel empire in Guatemala -- Miscellaneous tribes of Central America -- History of Mayas in Yucatan
Control code
587212
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
5 volumes
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
  • Library's copy 3 (Special Collect).
  • Library's copy 4 (SW Writers): From the library of Campbell W. Pennington, gift of Campbell W. Pennington (SW Writers Access. No. 90-088).
  • Library's General Collection copies: Bookplate: Gift of W. Craig Davidson.
Other physical details
illustrations, folded maps, folded table
System control number
(OCoLC)587212

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