Art in Shell of the Ancient Americans Second annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1880-81, pages 179-306
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Art in Shell of the Ancient Americans Second annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1880-81, pages 179-306

By William Henry Holmes
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Table of Contents
  • ART IN SHELL OF THE ANCIENT AMERICANS.
  • CONTENTS.
  • ILLUSTRATIONS.
  • INTRODUCTORY.
  • IMPLEMENTS AND UTENSILS.
    • UNWORKED SHELLS.
    • VESSELS.
    • SPOONS.
    • KNIVES.
    • CELTS.
    • SCRAPERS.
    • AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
    • FISHING APPLIANCES.
    • WEAPONS.
    • TWEEZERS.
  • ORNAMENTS.
    • PINS.
    • BEADS.
      • PERFORATED SHELLS.
      • DISCOIDAL BEADS.
      • MASSIVE BEADS.
      • TUBULAR BEADS.
      • RUNTEES.
      • BEADS AS ORNAMENTS.
      • BEADS AS CURRENCY.
      • MNEMONIC USE OF BEADS.
    • PERFORATED SHELLS.
    • DISCOIDAL BEADS.
    • MASSIVE BEADS.
    • TUBULAR BEADS.
    • RUNTEES.
    • BEADS AS ORNAMENTS.
    • BEADS AS CURRENCY.
    • MNEMONIC USE OF BEADS.
    • PENDANTS.
    • PERFORATED PLATES.
    • ENGRAVED GORGETS.
      • THE CROSS.
      • SCALLOPED DISKS.
      • THE BIRD.
      • THE SPIDER.
      • THE SERPENT.
      • THE HUMAN FACE.
      • THE HUMAN FIGURE.
    • THE CROSS.
    • SCALLOPED DISKS.
    • THE BIRD.
    • THE SPIDER.
    • THE SERPENT.
    • THE HUMAN FACE.
    • THE HUMAN FIGURE.
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