Washington, 1900. Quarto, green publisher's cloth, 577-1160 pp. Second volume only. A very good plus copy with some light normal tanning to pages. Binding slightly shaken. Remains well preserved overall. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Nineteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of ...
Publisher: Government Printing Office
Publication Date: 1900
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: First Edition.
Book Description Government Printing Office, 1900. Hardcover. Book Condition: Acceptable. Damage to spine / loose Binding. Bookseller Inventory # mon0001190104
Book Description Government Printing Office, Washington, 1900. Fist edition. PART 2 ONLY [of 2 parts] of the Nineteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology. Thick quarto. Index. Green cloth, gilt. Numerous illustraions and photographs throughout. Light rubbing, else a fine copy. Part 2 only, yet includes numerous complete articles. Including "Tusayan Migration Traditions" by Jesse Walter Fewkes, "Localization of Tusayan Clans" by Cosmos Mindeleff, "Mounds in Northern Honduras" by Thomas Gann, "Mayan Caendar Systems" by Cyrus Thomas, "Primitive Numbers" by W.J. Magee, "Numerical Systems of Mexico and Central America" by Cyrus Thomas, "Tusayan Flute and Snake Ceremonies" by Jesse Walter Fewkes, and "The Wild Rice Gatherers of the Upper Lakes" by Albert Ernest Jenks. Bookseller Inventory # 7770
Book Description Government Printing Office, Washington, 1900. Hardcover. Book Condition: g. Ex library. 4to. 577-1160 pp. Gilt-stamped olive cloth and spine. An annual report on various aspects of Native American life, compiled by the Bureau of Ethnology. Delightfully illustrated with b/w photographic reproductions and a few color plates, one in fold-out. Library number in white near tail of spine, library plates and stamp on free front endpaper, one small stamp on title-page. Minor age toning to outer edges of interior pages. Foxing on page 1060, other pages clean. Binding in good, interior in very good condition. John Wesley Powell (1834-1902) was a American geologist and ethnologist. His efforts towards the reorganization of rival surveys in the West were a factor in bringing about the establishment of the U.S. Geological Survey (1879), of which he served as a director from 1881 to 1894. In 1879, Powell founded and became the first director of the Bureau of American Ethnology. Bookseller Inventory # 22192