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Cultural complex of the Boone Focus.

35mm slide: 1766

3367

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Culture complex of the Hopewellian Phase

35mm slide: 1767

3368

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Steed-Kisker house floor plan and artifacts

35mm slide: 1768

3369

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Unflanged ring-stand bowls and other vessels.

35mm slide: 858

337

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Two-part, textile-impressed effigy. Reddish brown ware. Surfaces representing flesh impressed, while still soft, with harsh fabric and coated after firing with cinnebar paint. Hands and lips polished; headdress, "necktie", girdle, gee-string, and breech cloth polished and decorated with incised lines.

35mm slide: 859

338

Artifacts of the Highland Aspect

35mm slide: 1769

3384

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Cultural complex of the Osage Indians

35mm slide: 1770

3385

Cultural complex of the Missouri Indians.

35mm slide: 1771

3386

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Archaic Culture-Tennessee

35mm slide: 1772

3387

Candy Creek Culture

35mm slide: 1773

3388

Hamilton Culture

35mm slide: 1774

3389

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A) thin orange effigy with cover B) incense burner.

35mm slide: 860

339

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Decatur and Harmon Creek cultures.

35mm slide: 1775

3390

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Obion Culture

35mm slide: 1776

3391

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Hiwassee Island Culture

35mm slide: 1777

3392

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Duck River and Gray cultures.

35mm slide: 1778

3393

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Dallas focus.

35mm slide: 1779

3394

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Mouse Creek focus.

35mm slide: 1780

3395

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Cherokee culture.

35mm slide: 1781

3396

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Representative traits of the Archaic and Early Woodland: Middle Atlantic states.

1952

35mm slide: 1783

3398

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Representative traits of the middle woodland period: Middle Atlantic states.

35mm slide: 1784

3399

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West Coast Indian Baskets from the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibits Series (SITES). Exhibit, long view.

1980

35mm slide: 18048

34

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Thin orange vessels from Mexico.

35mm slide: 861

340

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Representative traits of the Late woodland period: Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.

35mm slide: 1785

3400

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Artifacts of the "Intrusive mound culture"

35mm slide: 1786

3401

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Artifacts of the Whittlesey Focus.

35mm slide: 1787

3402

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Simplified visual outline of the prehistory of the Upper Great Lakes Region.

35mm slide: 1788

3403

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Artifacts of the Fourche-Maline Focus.

35mm slide: 1789

3404

The Tchefuncte culture of the Early Woodland Period.

35mm slide: 1790

3405

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Middle Woodland vessels and projectile points.

35mm slide: 1791

3406

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Panorama of Alabama Archaeology

35mm slide: 1792

3407

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Archaic Complex of North Alabama.

35mm slide: 1793

3408

Important Features of the Copena cultural complex.

35mm slide: 1794

3409

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Thin orange vessels from Mexico. Some vessels have incised or punctured designs and two have figure decorations attached to the vessel body.

35mm slide: 862

341

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A gathering of Raramuri at a fiesta in front of the Basihuare church.

c. 1975

35mm slide: 19673

3412

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Unidentified woman weaving a blanket on a horizontal loom (blanket comparable to item 92058).

35mm slide: 19675

3414

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Lupe Umira (wife of Moreno Chavez) weaving a belt (puri; see Items 27003-27007, 27009) on a horizontal loom beside her home in Umira.

c. 1970

35mm slide: 19676

3415

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Miniature vessels and floreros. Vessels have ornate designs, some with facial features.

35mm slide: 863

342

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Salomena waeachi (wife of Mauricio Chavez of Umira) weaving a basket (wari; see Items 27050, 92018-92023, 92026). In Slide 42, she is removing small stones, grass, and similar foreign matter from a basket of beans to her left and dropping the sorted beans into a new basket. A chiniki (see Item 92080) is wrapped around the child on her back, brought over her shoulders, and the ends twisted and held under her left arm. A commercially manufactured pic

35mm slide: 19712

3422

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Salomena waeachi (wife of Mauricio Chavez of Umira) weaving a basket (wari; see Items 27050, 92018-92023, 92026). In Slide 42, she is removing small stones, grass, and similar foreign matter from a basket of beans to her left and dropping the sorted beans into a new basket. A chiniki (see Item 92080) is wrapped around the child on her back, brought over her shoulders, and the ends twisted and held under her left arm. A commercially manufactured pic

35mm slide: 19713

3423

Black Mesa. D:7:3141, Basketmaker II. Human burial in cist

circa June 1983

35mm slide: 30998

34239

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In preparation for a fiesta to be held near the church in Basihure, Maria Elena Rejogochi (wife of Moreno Sawarare) strains recently cooked maize mash through a beer-strainer (pakara; see items 92024-92025). In Slide 43, she draws the liquid from the metal drum cooker to her left with a gourd dipper and pours it through the strainer into a wide-mouthed clay pot (this pot appears to be the bottom portion of a larger pot, the top portion of which has b

35mm slide: 19714

3424

Black Mesa. D:7:3141, Basketmaker II. Cist with human burial

circa June 1983

35mm slide: 30999

34240

Black Mesa. D:7:3141, Basketmaker II. Cist with human burial

circa June 1983

35mm slide: 31001

34242

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In preparation for a fiesta to be held near the church in Basihure, Maria Elena Rejogochi (wife of Moreno Sawarare) strains recently cooked maize mash through a beer-strainer (pakara; see items 92024-92025). In Slide 43, she draws the liquid from the metal drum cooker to her left with a gourd dipper and pours it through the strainer into a wide-mouthed clay pot (this pot appears to be the bottom portion of a larger pot, the top portion of which has b

35mm slide: 19715

3425

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An unidentified girl rinses maize kernels that have been cooked in "lime water". The kernels, in a basket comparable to Items 27050, 92018-92023, will be ground up to be used in making tortillas and tamales. The dipper she uses is called labaka (see explanation of Slides 35-37 and Items 27011-27012).

35mm slide: 19716

3426

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Irene Bakeachi (wife of Nacho Rewichurachi) rinses maize kernels that have been cooked in "lime water" (see explanation of Slide 45). The gourd dipper she uses is called a loche (see explanation for Slides 35-37). Photograph taken in Rejogochi.

35mm slide: 19717

3427

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Playing jubare on the road between Rokachiki and Basihuare (see Item 92036). The three men in Slides 47-48 are: Mariano Sawarare (foreground), Noris Akigochi (midground), and Juanito Lirio (background). The woman in Slide 49 is unidentified. Mariano throws with his left arm because he was born without a right hand. The men's dress is typical of the Rejogochi area: three-point sandals with tire rubber soles (see Item 92075) or barefooted; two-piece

1975

35mm slide: 19718

3428

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Playing jubare on the road between Rokachiki and Basihuare (see Item 92036). The three men in Slides 47-48 are: Mariano Sawarare (foreground), Noris Akigochi (midground), and Juanito Lirio (background). The woman in Slide 49 is unidentified. Mariano throws with his left arm because he was born without a right hand. The men's dress is typical of the Rejogochi area: three-point sandals with tire rubber soles (see Item 92075) or barefooted; two-piece

1975

35mm slide: 19719

3429

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Silhouetted reliefs. Complete specimens of a type of sculpture represented at Kaminaljuyu by fragments only: A) Western Guatemala, B) Guatemala, locality unknown, C) Believed to have come from Santa Cruz Quiche, Guatemala.

35mm slide: 864

343