Papers in Caribbean anthropology.

New Haven, Yale University, Dept. of Anthropology, 1960.

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GN2 .Y3 no.54-64 Available Request
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GN4 .Y17 no.57-64 Off-site
Subjects Blacks -- West Indies.
Caribbean Area.
Indians of the West Indies.
Series Yale University publications in anthropology, no. 57-64.
Description 8 no. in 1 v. illus., plates, maps, tables. 25 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographies.
Contents The origins of the Jamaican internal marketing system, by S. W. Mintz and D. Hall.--The Convince cult in Jamaica, by D. Hogg.--Jamaican fishing, by W. Davenport.--The marketing system in peasant Haiti, by F. W. Underwood.--The entry of man into the West Indies, by I. Rouse.--The Spanish olive jar, by J. M. Goggin.--Aboriginal canoes in the West Indies, by M. B. McKusick.--The significance of ethnological similarities between southeastern North America and the Antilles, by W. C. Sturtevant.
Geographic Area Caribbean Sea
West Indies
Network Numbers (OCoLC)01995493
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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