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Notes on Paviotso material culture

Notes on Paviotso material culture

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Published by Nevada State Museum in Carson City .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Paiute Indians -- Social life and customs

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMargaret M. Wheat
    SeriesNevada State Museum anthropological papers -- no. 1, Nevada State Museum anthropological papers -- no. 1
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination7 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15133461M

    Culture is, indeed, the sole and exclusive subject-matter of ethnology, as consciousness is the subject-matter of psychology, life of biology, electricity of a branch of physics. Culture shares with these other fundamental concepts the peculiarity that it can be properly understood only by an enlarged familiarity with the facts it summarizes. An unidentified Native American man of the Paiute people (also known as Paviotso) uses a gaff (a hook mounted on a long pole) to fish in from a rocky shore, In order to finalize your project with the material you downloaded from your EZA account, you need to secure a license. Without a license, no further use can be made, such as.

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    Woods, Carter A. A Criticism of Wissler’s North American Culture Areas. American Anthropologist Vol. Woods’s article is a critique of the culture area models of his day. He raises a red flag to those who might accept these models as wholly representative of all the societies within their geographical boundaries. My Account | Register | Help.


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AP 1 Notes on Paviotso Material Culture, Number 1. By Margaret M. Wheat (), 13 pp., 35 figs. (OUT OF PRINT, Available as photocopy). AP 2 Notes on Some Paviotso Personalities and Material Culture.

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