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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Massey, William C. Castaldí collection from central and southern Baja California. [Berkeley, University of California, Dept. of Anthropology, ]. The Book of the Dead in 3D, Featuring Items from the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum and Others A 16, yr old fox recovered in a pre-Natufian context in Jordan ARF Graduate Student Alec Apodaca engages with young archaeologists at iDig Benicia Open Access Publications from the University of California.
Search eScholarship. The Castaldí Collection from Central and Southern Baja California. Author(s): Massey, William C. An Castaldí collection from central and southern Baja California book Political Center in the Southern Lake Titicaca Basin.
Bandy, Matthew S; Hastorf, Christine A Cited by: 1. These studies were done by Eric W. Ritter (), using points recovered in the Bahía Concepción area, and by Kelli Carmean (), using points in the Castaldí collection from central and southern Baja California that had been previously reported and analyzed by William C.
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In the list below books are linked to their open access PDF and to the book for sale online. Printed titles that we have in stock or online have their price indicated in the table below. If. The Cochimí Indians inhabited a considerable part of the central Baja Peninsula, from north of Rosario to the vicinity of Loreto in east central Baja California.
Like many of the other Baja tribes, the Cochimí Indians survived by fishing in the coastal areas and gathering. Baja California Collection. Beginning with a nucleus of gifts from Ellen C.
Barrett, Francis Howell, Helen Raitt, and others, the Baja California Collection has developed into a major resource for Baja California studies. Over 1, books, journals, newspapers, maps, photographs, and manuscripts support comprehensive research in the history.
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OSBORNE. INTRODUCTION. In December of Dr. Edward Palmer, the naturalist, set sail from the port of Guaymas in Sonora, crossed the Gulf of California, and landed at Bahía de Los Angeles on the peninsula of Baja California.
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Two versions of an article addressed the issue of the continued use of the spear-thrower and dart into the early historic period in some areas of Baja California Sur. He reported and analyzed previous archaeological collections by the 20th-century Jesuit César Castaldí in the southern half of the peninsula and by the 19th-century naturalist Edward Palmer at Bahía de los Ángeles in the north.
Get this from a library. Structural and stratigraphic evolution of the central and southern outer California continental borderland. [Gregory L De Hoogh] -- Abstract: Newly-released multichannel seismic reflection data are used to map stratigraphic horizons in the Outer California Continental Borderland.
This mapping reveals aspects of the geologic. Before the Spaniards arrived, the peninsula of Baja California was inhabited by three major ethnic groups: the Cochimí in the north, the Guaycura in the central section and the Pericú on the.
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