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Results for Book Citation: "Blackfeet Indians," by Frank B. Linderman; p. 61. St. Paul, MN: Brown and Bigelow, 1935
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Full Record: x-6557/6557

" Scythian" hook and plaques, date unknown.

35mm slide: 2192

Book Citation: "The George Eumorfopoulos Collection; Catalogue of the Chinese and Corean Bronzes, Sculptures, Jades, Jewellery and Miscellaneous Objects, Vol. II," by George Eumorfopoulos and Walter P. Yetts; Pl. LIII. London: E. Benn, Ltd., 1930.

Full Record: x-297/297

"A Chief Lady of Pomeiooc" and her daughter. Note the English doll carried by the girl.

1984

35mm slide: 18560

Book Citation: "America 1585: The Complete Drawings of John White," by Paul Hulton; p. 63. Chapel Hill and London: The University of North Carolina Press and British Museum Publications, 1984.

Full Record: x-17283/17283

"African genesis". The story of early man in Africa is told in this chart. Gray bars in the center represent fossil and tool-bearing sites: those on the left are Beds I and II at Olduvai Gorge in East Africa; those on the right side are South African caves. On the left hand edge of the diagram are absolute dates obtained from Beds I and II by the potassium-argon method. South African dates are known only by cross-checking animal fossils there with

1965

35mm slide: 11340

Book Citation: "Early Man," by F. Clark Howell and the Editors of LIFE; p. 55. New York: Time Inc., 1965.

Full Record: x-6383/6383

"Apple green", early 18th century. Qing (Ch'ing) Dynasty. "Peach bloom", K'ang Hsi. Qing (Ch'ing) Dynasty.

35mm slide: 2018

Book Citation: "The Later Ceramic Wares of China," by Robert L. Hobson; Pl. XXIII. London: E. Benn Limited, 1925.

"BA NA DI Burial Site: included pots with traces of the foods, usually rice or fish, they once contained and in many instances the severed left foreleg of an ox. The prominence of the buried individual is indicated by the bronze bracelet on the forearm."

35mm slide: 18081

Book Citation: "Prehistoric Rice Cultivation in Southeast Asia," by Charles F. W. Higham; p. 142. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 4. New York: Munn & Co., April 1984.

Full Record: x-7594/7594

"Birthday plates", famille verte. K'ang Hsi. Qing (Ch'ing) Dynasty.

35mm slide: 2676

Book Citation: "Chinese Ceramics in Private Collections," by Robert L. Hobson; Fig. 247. London: Halton and T. Smith, Ltd., 1931.

Full Record: x-224/224

"Catarrini (Old World Monkeys) Branching Sequence"

35mm slide: 18088

Book Citation: "Descent of Hominoids and Hominids," by David Pilbeam; p. 87. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 3. New York: Munn & Company, March 1984.

Full Record: x-212/212

"Changing views on Hominid and Hominoid Evolution."

35mm slide: 18076

Book Citation: "Descent of Hominoids and Hominids," by David Pilbeam; p. 93. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 3. New York: Munn & Company, March 1984.

Full Record: x-216/216

"CoLoa: Bronze drumhead. On right are two persons pounding mortar and husking rice." "Discovered less than a year ago at Co Loa, a city-site on a tributary of the Red River, includes in its intricate decoration two bands of figures. The outer band depicts flying birds identified as crane-egrets. The inner band repeats a scene twice."

35mm slide: 18080

Book Citation: "Prehistoric Rice Cultivation in Southeast Asia," by Charles F. W. Higham; p. 146. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 4. New York: Munn & Co., April 1984.

Full Record: x-215/215

"Distribution of fruit trees and timing of fruiting as related to chimp foraging."

35mm slide: 18079

Book Citation: "Social Ecology of Chimpanzees," by Michael P. Ghiglieri, p. 104. In: Scientific American, Vol. 252, No. 6. New York: Munn & Co., June 1985.

Full Record: x-219/219

"Excavation at Ba Na Di, a small village site in northeastern Thailand, that was first occupied in about 1400 BC... Its inhabitants grew rice and raised pigs and cattle. They were also good potters and bronze casters who buried their dead in the same cememtery over a period of about 1000 years before abandoning their site."

35mm slide: 18083

Book Citation: "Prehistoric Rice Cultivation in Southeast Asia," by Charles F. W. Higham; p. 139. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 4. New York: Munn & Co., April 1984.

Full Record: x-12467/12467

"Flying Cloud" Clipper ship. 1850.

35mm slide: 7280

Book Citation: "Sea Lanes: Man's Conquest of the Ocean," by Martin D. Stevers and Jonas Pendlebury; facing p. 256. New York: Minton, Balch, and Co., 1935.

Full Record: x-214/214

"Foraging Chimpanzee in a Ficus tree."

35mm slide: 18078

Book Citation: "Social Ecology of Chimpanzees," by Michael P. Ghiglieri, p. 103. In: Scientific American, Vol. 252, No. 6. New York: Munn & Co., June 1985.

Full Record: x-222/222

"Four fossil human skulls: stages in branching off from Anthropoid stock"

35mm slide: 18086

Book Citation: "Descent of Hominoids and Hominids," by David Pilbeam; p. 85. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 3. New York: Munn & Company, March 1984.

Full Record: x-16721/16721

"Front view of anthropomorphic figure from Geißenklösterle cave, level IIB. Near Blaubeuron, southern Germany. Height of object: 38 mm. Site: Large cave site located c. 50 m above valley floor at a broad curve in the Ach river valley, not far from Blaubeuron, Germany. Period: Aurignacian, 14C dates for this level range from c. 31,000 - 36,000 years B.P. (AMS dates on bone from archaeological level). This site was excavated by J. Hahn (Tübingen

1983

35mm slide: 20416

Book Citation: "Urgeschichte in Baden-Wurttemberg," by Hansjurgen Muller-Beck, et. al.; Abb. 185. Stuttgart: KonradTheiss Verlag, 1983.

Full Record: x-16808/16808

"Hoabinhian" tools, the SEA early Holocene lithic assemblage (see H. R. van Heekeren 1972: Prehistory of Indonesia) Note: Southeast Asian archaeologists put the "Hoabinhian" in global and regional temporal frameworks by comparing with the Vietnamese and European chronologies. In trying to establish correlations with European archaeological phases, it was noted that artifacts thought to be characteristic of the Lower Paleolithic, "chopper-chopper tool

35mm slide: 20666

Book Citation: "The Stone Age of Indonesia," by Hendrik R. van Heekeren; Pl. 20. S. Gracenhage: Martinu Nijhoff, 1957.

Full Record: x-221/221

"Human Family Trees: Two-pronged and Three-pronged models"

35mm slide: 18085

Book Citation: "New Fossil Upsets Human Family," by Roger Lewin; p. 721. In: Science, New Series, Vol. 233, No. 4765. Washington, D.C.: The American Association for the Advancement of Science, 15 August 1986.

"Ice Man" mummy being "excavated", note use of ski pole as excavation tool, absence of any scientific method. (Original teaching slide code: JER31)

1992

35mm slide: 20633

Book Citation: "Der Mann vom Hauslabjoch Von der Entdeckung bis zur Bergung," by Elisabeth Zissernig; Fig. 3. In: Der Mann Im Eis, Band 1: Bericht uber das Internationale Symposium 1992 in Innsbruck. Eigenverlag der Unieversitat Innsbruck, 1992.

Full Record: x-218/218

"Important archaeological sites in SE Asia range in age from hunter-gatherer hill sites, such as Spirit Cave and the early midden site of Khok Phanom Di that are 7,000 or more years old to first millemnium AD city sites, such as Oc Eo and Angkor that reflect Indian influences and international trade. The shaded region west of modern Hanoi is the hilly uplands of Hoa Binh province. There, numerous hunter-gatherer sites have given the name Hoabinhian

35mm slide: 18082

Book Citation: "Prehistoric Rice Cultivation in Southeast Asia," by Charles F. W. Higham; p. 141. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 4. New York: Munn & Co., April 1984.

Full Record: x-21780/21780

"Kabul" Ceremonial Container or Brass mosque lamp from south or southeast Asia

35mm slide: 15580

Book Citation: Unknown

Full Record: x-16710/16710

"Kesslerloch carved rib with reindeer. Site: Kesslerloch cave, Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Period: Late Magdalenian, ca. 12,000 - 13,000 B.P. Small cave excavated in 19th century. Two Magdalenian levels. Features include evidence of hearths. Along with Petersfels and the nearby site of Schweizersbild, one of largest/richest Magdalenian assemblages in region. Stone artifacts, jet objects, bone/antler artifacts." (Original teaching slide code: LF-

1980

35mm slide: 20424

Book Citation: Similar image of artifact found in: "Eiszeitkunst im Süddeutschen Raum," by Karl D. Adam and Renate Kurz; Tafel VIII. Stuttgart: Konrad Theiss Verlag, 1980.

Full Record: x-7580/7580

"Kinuta" celadon vase. Song (Sung) Dynasty.

35mm slide: 2662

Book Citation: "Chinese Ceramics in Private Collections," by Robert L. Hobson; Fig. 225. London: Halton and T. Smith, Ltd., 1931.

Full Record: x-27266/27266

"Lion-demon" from German excavation at Uruk-Warka. Uruk period (3800-3100 BC). (HW33).

Book Citation: "The Art of Ancient Iran," by Edith Poroda; Pl. 6, p. 37. New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., 1965.

Full Record: x-7667/7667

"Mille fleurs" box. Twentieth century (1916).

35mm slide: 2749

Book Citation: "Chinese Ceramics in Private Collections," by Robert L. Hobson; Fig. 361. London: Halton and T. Smith, Ltd., 1931.

Full Record: x-7596/7596

"Nanking" blue and white dish. K'ang Hsi. Qing (Ch'ing) Dynasty.

35mm slide: 2678

Book Citation: "Chinese Ceramics in Private Collections," by Robert L. Hobson; Fig. 248. London: Halton and T. Smith, Ltd., 1931.

Full Record: x-7477/7477

"Northern" celadon bowl. Song (Sung) Dynasty.

35mm slide: 2559

Book Citation: "Chinese Ceramics in Private Collections," by Robert L. Hobson; Fig. 6. London: Halton and T. Smith, Ltd., 1931.

Full Record: x-7476/7476

"Northern" celadon ewer. Song (Sung) Dynasty.

35mm slide: 2558

Book Citation: "Chinese Ceramics in Private Collections," by Robert L. Hobson; Fig. 5. London: Halton and T. Smith, Ltd., 1931.

Full Record: x-15948/15948

"Old Man Neandertal".

35mm slide: 10465

Book Citation: "Historical Geology," by Carl Owen Dunbar; p. 511. New York: J. Wiley, 1949.

Full Record: x-16714/16714

"Petersfels excavation 1976. Period: Late Magdalenian, c. 12,000-13,000 B.P. Site excavated by G. Albrecht, University of Tübingen, 1976-78, in narrow, dry valley below a small cave entirely excavated by early German archaeologist E. Peters in the 1920s. See above, nr. 12. Photo shows part of a stone pavement in excavation unit P3, AH (archaeological horizon) 2. Materials recovered indicate production of stone tools from locally available raw mat

1983

35mm slide: 20428

Book Citation: "Urgeschichte in Baden-Wurttemberg," by Hansjurgen Muller-Beck, et. al.; Abb. 194. Stuttgart: KonradTheiss Verlag, 1983.

Full Record: x-223/223

"Platyrrini (New World Monkeys) Branching Sequence"

35mm slide: 18087

Book Citation: "Descent of Hominoids and Hominids," by David Pilbeam; p. 86. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 3. New York: Munn & Company, March 1984.

Full Record: x-2978/2978

"Poobitcie", Moqui girl of Pueblo of Sichumnavi, Arizona

35mm slide: 1266

Book Citation: "Report on Indians Taxed and Indians Not Taxed in the United States (except Alaska), Eleventh Census: 1890," by United States Department of the Interior Census Office; p. 192. Washington, D.C.: Governement Printing Office, 1894.

Full Record: x-6380/6380

"Powder blue" with famille verte panels, K'ang His. Qing (Ch'ing) Dynasty.

35mm slide: 2015

Book Citation: "The Later Ceramic Wares of China," by Robert L. Hobson; Pl. XX. London: E. Benn Limited, 1925.

Full Record: x-6565/6565

"Scythian" type tiger talley. Han Dynasty.

35mm slide: 2200

Book Citation: "The George Eumorfopoulos Collection; Catalogue of the Chinese and Corean Bronzes, Sculptures, Jades, Jewellery and Miscellaneous Objects, Vol. II," by George Eumorfopoulos and Walter P. Yetts; Pl. LXIV. London: E. Benn, Ltd., 1930.

Full Record: x-213/213

"Size of chimp foraging party influenced by amount of fruit on tree."

35mm slide: 18077

Book Citation: "Social Ecology of Chimpanzees," by Michael P. Ghiglieri; p.109. In: Scientific American, Vol. 252, No. 6. New York: Munn & Co., June 1985.

Full Record: x-289/289

"Stag Hunting", engraving by Theodore De Bry.

Jan. 1989

35mm slide: 18552

Book Citation: Originally published as The French Adventures in Florida between 1590 and 1634. Scanned from unknown source. Similar image published as "Discovering the New World based on the works of Theodore de Bry," edited by Michael Alexander; p. 42. New York: Harper Row, 1976.

Full Record: x-27225/27225

"The broiling of their fish over the flame" original engraving by Theodore De Bry. Similar published image can be found in "Discovering the New World: based on the works of Theodore De Bry" by Michael Alexander (Ed.), page 77.

1976

35mm slide: 27333

Book Citation: Originally published as French Adventures in Florida between 1590 and 1634. Scanned from unknown source. Similar image published as "Discovering the New World based on the works of Theodore de Bry" edited by Michael Alexander. Page 77. Harper Row, New York, 1976.

Full Record: x-21666/21666

"The Desert Smiles"

Apr. 1976

35mm slide: 15466

Book Citation: "The Blossoms of Spring," by Joseph Wood Krutch; p. 23. In: Arizona Highways, Vol. 52. Phoenix: Arizona Department of Transportation, 1976.

Full Record: x-220/220

"The four episodes in accounts of human evolution"

35mm slide: 18084

Book Citation: "Human Evolution as Narrative," by Misia Landau; p. 262. In: American Scientist, Vol. 72, No. 3. New Haven, CT, 1984.

Full Record: x-15014/15014

"The Kensington Stone"

35mm slide: 9497

Book Citation: "The Kensington Stone: A Mystery Solved," by Erik Wahlgren; Fig. 1 and 2. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1958.

Full Record: x-27228/27228

"The military discipline observed by Outina when leaving for war" original engraving by Theodore De Bry. Similar published image can be found in "Discovering the New World: based on the works of Theodore De Bry" by Michael Alexander (Ed.), page 30.

35mm slide: 27590

Book Citation: Originally published as French Adventures in Florida between 1590 and 1634. Scanned from unknown source. Similar image published as "Discovering the New World based on the works of Theodore de Bry" edited by Michael Alexander. Page 30. Harper Row, new York, 1976.

Full Record: x-21542/21542

"The Minnesota Dagger"

Mar. 1976

35mm slide: 15342

Book Citation: "Pleistocene Man in Minnesota: A Fossil Homo Sapiens," by Albert Ernest Jenks; Fig. 82. Minneapolis, MN: The University of Minnesota Press, 1936.

Full Record: x-12462/12462

"The Prince" 1670, 100 guns. High poop and mizzen lateen.

35mm slide: 7275

Book Citation: "The Story of Sail," by Geoffrey S. L. Clowes; p. 104. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 1936.

Full Record: x-16189/16189

"The Ringeisen Spear", Brunett County, Wisconsin

35mm slide: 10723

Book Citation: "Ceremonial Spears," by Earl Townsend, Jr.; p. 1. In: Ohio Archaeologist, Vol. 2, No. 4. Columbus, OH: The Archaeological Society of Ohio, November 1952.

Full Record: x-6678/6678

"The Three Religions", color, ink, and silk wall scroll. Ming Dynasty.

35mm slide: 2313

Book Citation: "A Study of Chinese Paintings in the Collection of Ada Small Moore," by Louise W. Hackney and Yau Chang-Foo; No. 34. London: Oxford University Press, 1940.

Full Record: x-27223/27223

"Their manner of fishing in Virginia" original engraving by Theodore De Bry. Similar published image can be found in "Discovering the New World: based on the works of Theodore De Bry" by Michael Alexander (Ed.), page 76.

1976

35mm slide: 27331

Book Citation: Originally published as First English in Virginia between 1590 and 1634. Scanned from unknown source. Similar image published as "Discovering the New World based on the works of Theodore de Bry" edited by Michael Alexander. Page 76. Harper Row, New York, 1976.

Full Record: x-27224/27224

"Their seething of their meate in earthen pots" original engraving by Theodore De Bry.

35mm slide: 27332

Book Citation: Originally published as French Adventures in Florida between 1590 and 1634. Scanned from unknown source. Similar image published as "Discovering the New World based on the works of Theodore de Bry" edited by Michael Alexander. Page 78. Harper Row, New York, 1976.

Full Record: x-290/290

"Their seething of their meate in earthen pots", engraving by Theodore De Bry.

Jan. 1989

35mm slide: 18553

Book Citation: Originally published as The Firest English in Virginia between 1590 and 1634. Scanned from unknown source. Similar image published as "Discovering the New World based on the works of Theodore de Bry," edited by Michael Alexander; p. 78. New York: Harper Row, 1976.

Full Record: x-7520/7520

"Three-color" (cloisonne) vase. Ming Dynasty. Two bottles. Ming Dynasty.

35mm slide: 2602

Book Citation: "Chinese Ceramics in Private Collections," by Robert L. Hobson; Fig. 128 and 129. London: Halton and T. Smith, Ltd., 1931.

Full Record: x-7516/7516

"Three-color" glaze bulb bowl. Cheng Te. Ming Dynasty.

35mm slide: 2598

Book Citation: "Chinese Ceramics in Private Collections," by Robert L. Hobson; Fig. 124. London: Halton and T. Smith, Ltd., 1931.

Full Record: x-11400/11400

(a) Lance and arrowheads - quartzite (b) obsidian.

35mm slide: 5676

Book Citation: "Archaeological Investigations in Kamchatka," by Waldemar Jochelson; Pl. 6. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institute of Washington, 1928.