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Title: The Encyclopædia britannica; a dictionary of arts, sciences, literature and general information
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Authors: Chisholm, Hugh, 1866-1924
Subjects: Encyclopedias and dictionaries Encyclopedias
Publisher: Cambridge, Eng., New York : At the University press
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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the Pueblos, the fine art was poor,and relics found in the mounds do not indicate in their makers agrade of culture above that of the Indian tribes near by. Thearchaeology of the Pacific coast, from the Aleutian Islands, iswritten in shell-heaps, village sites, caves, and burial-places (Dall,Harlan I. Smith, Schumacher). The relics of bone, antler, stone,shell and copper are of yesterday. Even the Calaveras man is noexception, since his skuU and his polished conical pestle, the lattermade of stone more recent than the auriferous gravels, show himto have been of Digger Indian type. In Utah begin the ruinsof the Pueblo culture. These cover Arizona and New Mexico,with extensions into Colorado on the north and Mexico on thesouth. The reports of work done in this province for severalyears past form a library of text and illustration. Clifl dwellings,cavate houses, pueblos and casas are all brought into a series with-out a break by Bandelier, Gushing, Fewkes, Holmes, Hough, AMERICA Plate V.

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Fir. I.—Reddish Brown Clayc-S5il, in the fijrm of ahuman head (fxjrtrait).Trujillo style. Chimboto.Peru. Inca culture Fig. 2.—Red Clay . • i. … : ^cform of a demon shaped likea crab upon a mussel. Tru-jillo style. Chimboto, Peru-Inca culture. Fig 3,—Black Clay Ve.sstl. inthe form of a human figure,with peculiar head – gear.Trujillo, I ru. Inca culture. Fig. 4—Blaik (lay Xlsstl in theform of a human figure, withlarge head-gear and ornamen-tation of maize-cobs. Trujillo,Peru. Inca cultur-.

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