Stone Art Thirteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1891-1892, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1896, pages 47-178.
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Stone Art Thirteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1891-1892, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1896, pages 47-178.

By Gerard Fowke
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Table of Contents
  • STONE ART BY GERARD FOWKE
  • CONTENTS
  • ILLUSTRATIONS
  • INTRODUCTION.
    • Basis for the Work.
      • Classification of Objects and Materials.
    • Classification of Objects and Materials.
  • THE ARTS AND THEIR DISTRIBUTION.
    • Districts.
      • Descriptive Terms.
    • Descriptive Terms.
    • Ground and Pecked Articles.
      • Grooved Axes.
      • Celts.
      • Gouges.
      • Chisels and Scrapers.
      • Chipped Celts.
      • Hematite Celts.
      • Pestles.
      • Pitted Stones.
      • Cupped Stones.
      • Mullers.
      • Grinding and Polishing Stones.
      • Hammerstones.
      • Grooved Stones Other Than Axes.
      • Mortars.
      • Sinkers.
      • Perforated Stones.
      • Discoidal Stones.
      • Spuds.
      • Plummets.
      • Cones.
      • Hemispheres.
      • Paint Stones.
      • Ceremonial Stones.
      • Banner Stones.
      • Boat-shape Stones.
      • Picks.
      • Spool-shape Ornaments.
      • Bird-shape Stones.
      • Shaft Rubbers.
      • Tubes.
      • Pipes.
    • Grooved Axes.
    • Celts.
    • Gouges.
    • Chisels and Scrapers.
    • Chipped Celts.
    • Hematite Celts.
    • Pestles.
    • Pitted Stones.
    • Cupped Stones.
    • Mullers.
    • Grinding and Polishing Stones.
    • Hammerstones.
    • Grooved Stones Other Than Axes.
    • Mortars.
    • Sinkers.
    • Perforated Stones.
    • Discoidal Stones.
    • Spuds.
    • Plummets.
    • Cones.
    • Hemispheres.
    • Paint Stones.
    • Ceremonial Stones.
    • Banner Stones.
    • Boat-shape Stones.
    • Picks.
    • Spool-shape Ornaments.
    • Bird-shape Stones.
    • Shaft Rubbers.
    • Tubes.
    • Pipes.
    • Chipped Stone Articles.
      • Materials and Manufacture.
      • Spades.
      • Turtlebacks.
    • Materials and Manufacture.
    • Spades.
    • Turtlebacks.
    • Smaller chipped Implements.
      • Materials and Modes of Manufacture.
      • Classification of the Implements.
      • Stemless Flints.
      • Stemmed Flints.
      • Perforators.
      • Blunt Arrowheads, or “Bunts.”
      • Scrapers.
      • Cores.
      • Flakes.
      • Miscellaneous Forms.
    • Materials and Modes of Manufacture.
    • Classification of the Implements.
    • Stemless Flints.
    • Stemmed Flints.
    • Perforators.
    • Blunt Arrowheads, or “Bunts.”
    • Scrapers.
    • Cores.
    • Flakes.
    • Miscellaneous Forms.
    • Notes on beveled Flints.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • Transcriber’s Note:
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