Ten thousand years ago, before agriculture and husbandry, all men lived by the spear and arrow. Some men still do: the hunting people. THE HUNTING PEOPLES desccribes the modes of life of all the living hunters of the world. Written by one of the country's foremost anthropologists, it examines in vivid detail the cultures and technologies of the Pygmies and Bushmen, Eskimos and Australian aborigines, and tracks down other hunters, less numerous and more obscure, in the Andaman Islands Tierra del Fuego, India, Japan, Northwestern America, and elsewhere in bothe the old world and the new.
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Book Description Atlantic Little Brown, 1971. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11112515361X