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Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 22, No. 4, Earl F. Robacker, Guy Tilghman Hollyday, William Woys Weaver, Louis Winkler, Phil R. Jack, Ronald L. Michael, Albert Cappel Jul 1973

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 22, No. 4, Earl F. Robacker, Guy Tilghman Hollyday, William Woys Weaver, Louis Winkler, Phil R. Jack, Ronald L. Michael, Albert Cappel

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Let's Talk About Slate
• Ephrata Cloister Wills
• A Blacksmith's "Summerkich"
• Pennsylvania German Astronomy and Astrology VI: Astrological Philosophy
• Stoneware from New Geneva and Greensboro, Pennsylvania
• American Emigration Materials from Pfeddersheim
• Folk Medicine - Home Remedies: Folk-Cultural Questionnaire No. 29


Bulletin Of The Massachusetts Archaeological Society, Vol. 34, Nos. 3 And 4, Massachusetts Archaeological Society Jul 1973

Bulletin Of The Massachusetts Archaeological Society, Vol. 34, Nos. 3 And 4, Massachusetts Archaeological Society

Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society

  • Hafting Stone Implements (William S. Fowler)
  • Ceramic Pot Discovery in Coastal Connecticut (Clarence Donath, Jr.)
  • Abodes of Four Aboriginal Periods (William S. Fowler)
  • Recovery of a Double-bitted Grooved Gouge (Constantine Zariphes, Jr.)
  • Metal Cutouts of the Northeast (William S. Fowler)
  • Sitting Bull: The Patriot (William S. Fowler)


Introduction: The Need For A Philosophical Anthropology, Charles Fried Jul 1973

Introduction: The Need For A Philosophical Anthropology, Charles Fried

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Drowned At Turnhole: A Study Of Western Kentucky Epitaphs, Robert Taylor Jul 1973

Drowned At Turnhole: A Study Of Western Kentucky Epitaphs, Robert Taylor

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The purpose of this thesis is not to give the common man a voice, for he has already spoken. It is to give his words credence - to make writers of history aware that in the epitaph there is, indeed, a body of material which gives evidence of the historical currents and thoughts of past generations.


Notebook - July-August 1973, South Carolina Institute Of Archaeology And Anthropology--University Of South Carolina Jul 1973

Notebook - July-August 1973, South Carolina Institute Of Archaeology And Anthropology--University Of South Carolina

SCIAA Newsletter - Notebook

Contents:

An Osteological Analysis of the Scott's Lake Bluff Population.....p. 105


Archeological Consultation Report On The Newbold-White House, Perquimans County, North Carolina, Stanley South Jul 1973

Archeological Consultation Report On The Newbold-White House, Perquimans County, North Carolina, Stanley South

Research Manuscript Series

No abstract provided.


The University Of South Carolina's Version Of Cmap: A User's Guide, Richard Kimmel Jul 1973

The University Of South Carolina's Version Of Cmap: A User's Guide, Richard Kimmel

Research Manuscript Series

No abstract provided.


Archaeological Investigations In The Nepeña Valley, Peru (Part D), David A. Proulx Jun 1973

Archaeological Investigations In The Nepeña Valley, Peru (Part D), David A. Proulx

Research Report 13: Archaeological Investigations in the Nepena Valley, Peru

No abstract provided.


Archaeological Investigations In The Nepeña Valley, Peru (Part C), David A. Proulx Jun 1973

Archaeological Investigations In The Nepeña Valley, Peru (Part C), David A. Proulx

Research Report 13: Archaeological Investigations in the Nepena Valley, Peru

No abstract provided.


Archaeological Investigations In The Nepeña Valley, Peru (Part B), David A. Proulx Jun 1973

Archaeological Investigations In The Nepeña Valley, Peru (Part B), David A. Proulx

Research Report 13: Archaeological Investigations in the Nepena Valley, Peru

No abstract provided.


Archaeological Investigations In The Nepeña Valley, Peru (Part A), Donald A. Proulx Jun 1973

Archaeological Investigations In The Nepeña Valley, Peru (Part A), Donald A. Proulx

Research Report 13: Archaeological Investigations in the Nepena Valley, Peru

No abstract provided.


Cape Verdean Oral History Project: Interview With Johnetta Cole By Alberto Torres Pereira, Johnetta B. Cole May 1973

Cape Verdean Oral History Project: Interview With Johnetta Cole By Alberto Torres Pereira, Johnetta B. Cole

Cape Verdean Oral History Collection

Interview conducted May 18, 1973.


Cape Verdean Oral History Project: Interview With Salahudine Matteos By Alberto Torres Pereira, Salahudine Matteos May 1973

Cape Verdean Oral History Project: Interview With Salahudine Matteos By Alberto Torres Pereira, Salahudine Matteos

Cape Verdean Oral History Collection

Interview conducted May 3, 1973.


Nepal Studies Association Newsletter, Issue 4, Nepal Studies Association May 1973

Nepal Studies Association Newsletter, Issue 4, Nepal Studies Association

Nepal Studies Association Newsletter

No abstract provided.


A Cross-Class Survey Of Synaesthesia In High School Students And Its Biocultural Implications, Ina Jane Wundram May 1973

A Cross-Class Survey Of Synaesthesia In High School Students And Its Biocultural Implications, Ina Jane Wundram

Dissertations and Theses

It has been suggested in the literature that Synaesthesia, as an expression of syncretic thought, would be more common in non-Western than in Western cultures. Given the lack of availability of widely divergent cultural groups and the general lack of knowledge about the phenomenon, it was decided to study the possibility that synaesthesia in our society might be related to socio-economic class. A group of high school students from a broad range of socio-economic backgrounds was studied, and the results suggest that the occurrence of synaesthesia is not related to class.

In addition, it was found that 50% of the ...


An Archeological Survey Of Jenkins Island Beaufort County, South Carolina, Stanley South May 1973

An Archeological Survey Of Jenkins Island Beaufort County, South Carolina, Stanley South

Research Manuscript Series

No abstract provided.


An Archeolgical Survey Of The Area Of A Proposed Industrial Park Located On The Byrd Trust Lands In Florence County, South Carolina, Stanley South May 1973

An Archeolgical Survey Of The Area Of A Proposed Industrial Park Located On The Byrd Trust Lands In Florence County, South Carolina, Stanley South

Research Manuscript Series

No abstract provided.


Notebook - May-June 1973, South Carolina Institute Of Archaeology And Anthropology--University Of South Carolina May 1973

Notebook - May-June 1973, South Carolina Institute Of Archaeology And Anthropology--University Of South Carolina

SCIAA Newsletter - Notebook

Contents:

Editor's Page.....p. 73
The Jesse Kirk Button Belt.....p. 75


Logging In The Upper Cumberland River Valley: A Folk Industry, Steven Schulman May 1973

Logging In The Upper Cumberland River Valley: A Folk Industry, Steven Schulman

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The purpose of this study is to examine the logging industry found along, the upper Cumberland River from the 1870s to the 1930s. Because the industry was very much a part of the economic lifeblood of the people of the region, the study will focus upon the loggers and raftsmen who worked with the timber. Any attempt to describe the lumber business alone would be futile due to the nature of the industry. It is impossible to separate the logging industry of the Cumberland from the general folk life of the area, because of the involvement of the people in ...


The Little People Of Pea Ridge, David Sutherland May 1973

The Little People Of Pea Ridge, David Sutherland

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

Cumberland County, Kentucky, is situated on the Tennessee line just at the western edge of the Appalachian Mountains. The county's terrain is typical of land in the foothills of a mountain range and varies from flat farmland and good bottomland along the Cumberland River to steep, wooded hillsides and rough, rocky ridge tops. Areas often take part of their names from outstanding topographic features of the land. Community names such as White's Bottom, Howard's Bottom, Cherry Tree Ridge and Bow Schoolhouse Ridge are common in Cumberland County. On Pea Ridge, which runs along the north shore of ...


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 22, No. 3, Burt Feintuch, Susan J. Ellis, Waln K. Brown, Louis Winkler, Friedrich Krebs Apr 1973

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 22, No. 3, Burt Feintuch, Susan J. Ellis, Waln K. Brown, Louis Winkler, Friedrich Krebs

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Frank Boccardo: Toward an Ethnography of a Chairmaker
• Traditional Food on the Commercial Market: The History of Pennsylvania Scrapple
• The Pennsylvania Dutch Carriage Trade
• Pennsylvania German Astronomy and Astrology V: Religion and Astronomy
• American Emigration from Baden-Durlach in the Years 1749-1751
• The House - External and Internal Orientation: Folk-Cultural Questionnaire No. 28
• Pennsylvania Emigrants from Friedrichstal


A Review Of Early Pottery From The South Carolina Coast, Chester B. Depratter, Richard W. Jeffries, Charles Pearson Apr 1973

A Review Of Early Pottery From The South Carolina Coast, Chester B. Depratter, Richard W. Jeffries, Charles Pearson

Faculty & Staff Publications

No abstract provided.


An Archeological Survey Of The South Carolina Electric And Gas Company's Proposed Calhoun Falls-Hart 115 Kv Transmission Line From Calhoun Falls To Savannah River, John D. Combes, Travis Bianchi, David Mullis Apr 1973

An Archeological Survey Of The South Carolina Electric And Gas Company's Proposed Calhoun Falls-Hart 115 Kv Transmission Line From Calhoun Falls To Savannah River, John D. Combes, Travis Bianchi, David Mullis

Research Manuscript Series

No abstract provided.


Preliminary Archeological Investigations At Fort Dorchester (38dr4), Richard F. Carrillo Apr 1973

Preliminary Archeological Investigations At Fort Dorchester (38dr4), Richard F. Carrillo

Research Manuscript Series

No abstract provided.


Cape Verdean Oral History Project: Interview With Alexander Tavares By Alberto Torres Pereira, Alexander Tavares Mar 1973

Cape Verdean Oral History Project: Interview With Alexander Tavares By Alberto Torres Pereira, Alexander Tavares

Cape Verdean Oral History Collection

This interview was recorded March 3, 1974 during Cape Verdean Convention at First Unitarian Church in Providence.


Cape Verdean Oral History Project: Interview With Tony Santos By Alberto Torres Pereira, Tony Santos Mar 1973

Cape Verdean Oral History Project: Interview With Tony Santos By Alberto Torres Pereira, Tony Santos

Cape Verdean Oral History Collection

This interview was recorded March 3, 1974 during Cape Verdean Convention at First Unitarian Church in Providence.


Cape Verdean Oral History Project: Interview With Yvonne Smart By Alberto Torres Pereira, Yvonne Smart Mar 1973

Cape Verdean Oral History Project: Interview With Yvonne Smart By Alberto Torres Pereira, Yvonne Smart

Cape Verdean Oral History Collection

This interview was recorded March 3, 1974 during Cape Verdean Convention at First Unitarian Church in Providence.


Iowa's Population: Past, Present, And Future, H. C. Chang Mar 1973

Iowa's Population: Past, Present, And Future, H. C. Chang

Special Report

This is a descriptive study of Iowa's population. Data are from secondary sources, mainly from census and vital statistics records. The 1970 United States Census revealed a total population of 2,824,376 persons in Iowa, slightly larger than that of 1960 (2,757,537). Iowa is one of the states with slowest population growth. The net population gain in 1960-1970 was 66,839 persons, only about one-fourth of the excess of births over deaths. The state ranked 44th in percentage of population gain, although 25th in population in 1970. Iowa was predominantly rural up to 1950, but had ...


Special Report On Trapping Mar 1973

Special Report On Trapping

Special Reports

The steel jaw trap is one of the cruelest devices invented by man. It can be hidden under grass along a well-trodden animal path, under water, or among the leaves of a tree. When triggered by an animal's weight, the heavy steel jaws spring shut over a paw or a leg with such force that bones are sometimes broken. Some leghold traps contain sharp steel teeth that pierce all the way through flesh and muscles.


Notebook - March-April 1973, South Carolina Institute Of Archaeology And Anthropology--University Of South Carolina Mar 1973

Notebook - March-April 1973, South Carolina Institute Of Archaeology And Anthropology--University Of South Carolina

SCIAA Newsletter - Notebook

Contents:

Editor's Page.....p. 37
Radiocarbon Date for an Early Human Bone From Edisto Island, South Carolina.....p. 39
Update on the Trotter's Shoals Reservoir (Richard B. Russell Dam and Lake).....p. 44
A Review of Early Pottery from the South Carolina Coast.....p. 45
A Reviewer's Note.....p. 53
Archeological Survey of South Carolina Electric and Gas Company's Calhoun Falls-Hart 115KV Transmission Line.....p. 57
Geo-Archeology.....p. 59
Artifacts at Auction.....p. 64
Pre-Columbian Intercourse Between the Old World and the New--Considered from Africa......p. 65
The University Museum.....p. 69
Leslie L. Beuschel Joins ...