2 edition of Aboriginal Indian pottery of the Dominican republic found in the catalog.
Aboriginal Indian pottery of the Dominican republic
Herbert W. Krieger
|Statement||by Herbert W. Krieger.|
|Series||Smithsonian institution. United States National museum. Bulletin 156|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .U6 no. 156|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||165|
|LC Control Number||31028621|
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Get this from a library. Aboriginal Indian pottery of the Dominican Republic. [Herbert W Krieger; Smithsonian Institution.; United States National Museum.] -- The material culture of the Arawak Indians of Santo Domingo is South American in origin, and in a general way, in content. Pottery was brought to the islands and there developed into artistic forms.
No Jacket. 1st Edition. Aboriginal Indian Pottery Of The Dominican Republic By Herbert W. Krieger, Curator of Ethnology, United States National Museum.
Published by The Smithsonian Institution in Bulletin pages plus 56 plates includes an index and an explanation of the 56 plates.
The front cover of this book is in very poor condition. Excerpt from Aboriginal Indian Pottery of the Dominican Republic Within historic times the aboriginal population of the West Indies has included two great linguistic stocks - the Carib and the Arawak.
The Arawak population of the Greater Antilles and of the Bahamas was known to the Spanish explorers as a peaceful agricultural people rapidly Cited by: 9. Excerpt from Aboriginal Indian Pottery of the Dominican Republic Within historic times the aboriginal population of the West Indies has included two great linguistic stocks - the Carib and the : Herbert W.
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