Stylistic Locales and Ethnographic Groups: Petroglyphs of the Lower Snake River (Occasional Papers of the Idaho State University Museum, Number 23). Paul Edward Nesbitt.

Stylistic Locales and Ethnographic Groups: Petroglyphs of the Lower Snake River (Occasional Papers of the Idaho State University Museum, Number 23)

Pocatello, ID: Idaho State University Museum, 1968. Original printing. Paperback. 33; 31pp. Slim quarto [28 cm] Gray printed wraps. 31 illustrated figures. With moderate toning and soiling to the wraps, and a 1/4" closed tear to the paper at the head of the spine. Very good. Item #50644

Purpose of Study- "This paper concentrates on a smaller geographical area than many other works on the petroglyphs of North America, and its aim is to use the stylistic unity and disunity of the glyphs to isolate spheres of social articulation along the Snake River between the Ice Harbor Dam and the Grande Ronde River. This, then, is not merely a descriptive presentation of the glyphs in the area and their distribution. Instead, significant types of glyphs or glyph sequences are presented to isolate the spatial and, where possible, temporal limits of groups of people that inhabited the Snake River."

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