Journal of California Anthropology, Vol. 2, No. 2.

1975. Coyote Press facsimile reprint. Softcover. Contents: Poem: Laird: Duck Magic. Articles: Gould: Ecology and Adaptive Response Among the Tolowa Indians of Northwest California. King: The Names and Locations of Historic Chumash Villages. Mathes: Some New Observations Relative to the Indigenous Inhabitants of La Paz, Baja California Sur. Callaghan: J.P. Harrington--California's Great Linguist. Applegate: Chumash Narrative Folklore as Sociolinguistic Data. Bettinger: Late Prehistoric and Historic Structures in Owens Valley, California. Fenenga: A Washo Pine Nut Camp in Douglas County, Nevada. Hinton: Notes on La Huerta Diegueno Ethnobotany. Blackburn: The Chumash Revolt of 1824: A Native Account. Bright: The Alliklik Mystery. Comment: Wihr: A Correction to Bosak's "Photographs of the Owens Valley Paiute." Gerow: Comment on Wallace's Review of Gerow's "Co-Traditions and Convergent Trends in Prehistoric California." Heizer: A Note on Harrington and Kroeber. Item #997

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