Thirty-Third Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1911-1912 (Uses of Plants by the Indians of the Missouri River Region / Preliminary Account of the Antiquities of the Region Between the Mancos and La Plata Rivers in Southwestern Colorado / Designs on Prehistoric Hopi Pottery / The Hawaiian Romance of Laieikawai / Laie I Ka Wai: A Hawaiian Romance Translated from the Hawaiian Text of S. N. Haleole

Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1919. Hardcover. Quarto [29 cm] Olive green cloth covered boards with a gilt stamped title on the spine, and a gilt stamped bust on the front board. Very good. The extremities are mildly bumped and rubbed. There is a small stain on the rear board, and there is a larger stain on the spine. The stain on the spine is thin, but measures 3 and 1/4 inches tall. The text block is just beginning to crack at p. 225 and at p. 241. Browned pages. Item #33012

Subjects include Influence of Flora on Human Activities and Culture, The Song of the Wild Rose, Melons Among the Natchez, The Cliff-Ruins of Johnson Canyon, Symbols Introduced by the Snake People, and more.

Price: $40.00