2 edition of Bibliography of the Virginia Indians. found in the catalog.
Bibliography of the Virginia Indians.
Lynn E. Kauffman
|Series||Special publication / Archeological Society of Virginia ;, no. 2, Special publication (Archeological Society of Virginia) ;, no. 2.|
|Contributions||O"Neill, James C., Jehle, Patricia A., Pierce, Roy G.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 91/12974 (Z)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||92 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||88204556|
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Williamsburg: Virginia th Anniversary Celebration Corp. Correspondents include Lawrence W. Inwhen the colony's leader, John White, returned from England, he found the settlement deserted. Presenting your findings: A practical guide for creating tables. Catlin, George. Monthan, Doris: R.
Families lived in larger bands and remained mobile, but within a more limited fertile area. Includes material on native medical practices; with bibliography and index. The Gingaskin Reservation on the Eastern Shore was legally subdivided in Pictures by Douglas Goraline, 79 pp. Tobacco pipes in the Early Woodland Period resembled large, straight cigars. Cooke, John Esten.
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George, H. Da Capo Press: New York. In: Powhatan Foreign Relations Discussions of John White's visit to the region are of interest. Archaeologists have found parts of the spear thrower—bone hooks and stone weights—at sites as old as 6, B.
Encyclopaedia Britannica True-to-Life Books. Domestic life in Virginia in the seventeenth century, by A. Each counted on some degree of influence over the other, on being able to acculturate the other.
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This bibliography describes selected archival sources on Virginia Indians. Archival holdings pertaining to Virginia Indians document a rich and enduring culture as well as the ongoing conflict that the English.Index of Native American Bibliography Resources on the Internet.
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