ANTHROPOLOGY; ARCHAEOLOGY; CHUMASH; NATIVE AMERICANS

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  • Arnold, Jeanne Eloise. Chumash Economic Specializations: An Analysis of the Quarries and Bladelet Production Villages of the Channel Islands, California July 1983. A dissertation submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Anthropology. UCSB. Spiral-bound wraps. Inscribed to Dr. Stanton,
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Arnold, Jeanne Eloise. The Origins and Evolution of Lithic Craft Specialization on the Channel Islands, California Presented at the 50th Annual Meeting Society for American Archaeology, Denver, Colorado, May 1985. Stapled.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Arnold, Jeanne Eloise. Craft Specialization in the Prehistoric Channel Islands, California Berkeley: UC Press, (1987). University of California Publications. Anthropology. Volume 18. Perfect-bound wraps. Inscribed to Carey Stanton.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Blackburn, Thomas C. and Hudson, D. Travis. Times Flotsam. Overseas Collections of California Indian Material Culture. Menlo Park: Ballena Press, (1990). Ballena Press Anthropological Papers No. 35. First edition.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Gibson, Robergt O. The Chumash Indians of North America. New HYork: Chelsea House, (1991). Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Glassow, Michael Archaeological Overview of the Northern Channel Islands, including Santa Barbara Island, Western Archaeological Center, National Park Service, Tucson, Arizona, 1977. Inscribed to Marla.
[original in SCIF archives; ex-lib MDD]


  • Glassow, Michael, editor. Archaeology on the Northern Channel Islands of California. Studies in Subsistence, Economics and Social Organization Salinas: Coyote Press, 1993. Perfect-bound wraps. Tipped in are stapled separates inscribed to SCIF by the authors: A geographic Analysis of Island Chumash Marriage Networks by John R. Johnson; Island Chumash Ethnobotany by Janice Timbrook.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Glassow, Michael The Punta Arena Site: Early and Middle Holocene Cultural Development on Santa Cruz Island SBMNH: 2008. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Contributions in Anthropology No. 3. Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Heizer, Robert F. (preface). Aboriginal California. Three Studies in Culture History. Trade routes and economic exchange among the Indians of California by James T. Davis; The nature of land holding groups in aboriginal California by A. L. Kroeber; Original accounts of the Lone Woman of San Nicolas Island edited by Robert F. Heizer and Albert B. Elasser. Berkeley: U.C Archaeological Research Facility, 1963. Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Heizer, Robert F. Languages, Territories and Names of California Indian Tribes Berkeley: University of California Press, (1966). Oatmeal boards in dust jacket. 62 pages + map pocket.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Heizer, Robert F. and M. A. Whipple. The California Indians. A Source Book. Berkeley: UC Press, (1971). Second edition, revisded and enlarged. Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Heizer, Robert F., editor. Chumash Place Name Lists Compilations by A.L. Kroeber, C. Hart Merriam, and H.W. Henshaw. Berkeley: Archaeological Research Facility, 1975. Stapled wrappers. 85 pages. Lists village names on the Northern Channel Islands.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Heizer, Robert F., editor. Handbook of North American Indians California. Volume 8. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1978. Red stamped grey cloth. 800 pages. Includes Chumash by Campbell Grant pages 505-508; Eastern Coastal Chumash by Campbell Grant pages 509-519; Obispeño and Purisimeño Chumash by Roberta Greenwood pages 520-523; Island Chumash by Campbell Grant pages 524-529; Interior Chumash by Campbell Grant pages 530-534; Gabrielino by L.L Bean and C. R. Smith pages 538-549.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Hildebrandt, William R. Xonxon'ata, in the Tall Oaks: Archaeology and Ethnohistory of a Chumash Village in the Santa Ynez Valley SBMNH: 2004. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Contributions in Anthropology No. 2. Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Hoover, Robert. Some Aspects of Santa Barbara Channel Prehistory Submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Anthropology. Berkeley, CA. 1971. Bound copy.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Hudson, D. Travis, Thomas Blackburn, Rosario Curletti and Janice Timbrook. The Eye of the Flute. Chumash Traditional History and Ritual as told by Fernando Librado Kitsepawit to John P. Harrington Illustrations by Campbell Grant. Santa Barbara: Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, 1977. Second edition in wraps. New intro. Inscribed to Carey Stanton by Travis Hudson. The Santa Barbara Bicentennial Historical Series. Number Four. Limited to 500.
[original in SCIF archives; ex-lib MDD]


  • Hudson, D. Travis, J. Timbrook, and M. Rempe Tomol: Chumash Watercraft as Described in the Ethnographic Notes of John P. Harrington Ballena Press Anthropological Papers No. 9. Ballena Press, Socorro, NM, 1978. Wraps. 190 pages + figures. Presentation copy to Carey Stanton, signed by Hudson and Timbrook.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Hudson, D. Travis and Ernest Underhay. Crystals in the Sky: An Intellectual Odyssey Involving Chumash Astronomy, Cosmology, and Rock Art Ballena Press Anthropological Papers No. 10. Ballena Press, Socorro, NM, 1978. Wraps. 163 pages. Presentation copy to Carey Stanton, signed by both authors and Campbell Grant, illustrator. May 2, 1978.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Hudson, D. Travis and Craig D. Bates. Edited by Thomas Blackburn and John R. Johnson. Treasures from Native California. The Legacy of Russian Exploration Walnut Creek: Left Coast Press, (1915). First edition, Signed by John Johnson 14. Jan. 2016.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Jazwa, Christopher S. Spatial and Temporal Patterning in the Exploitation of Chert Quarries on Eastern Santa Cruz Island, California A Thesis submitted in partial Satisfaction of a Major in Anthropology through Pomona College. May 2005. Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Jazwa, Christopher S. and Jennifer Perry. California's Channel Islands. The Archaeology of Human-Environment Interactions Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, (2013). Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Johnson, John. An Ethnohistoric Study of the Island Chumash Unpublished M.A. thesis. University of California, Santa Barbara, 1988. Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Johnson, John. Chumash Social Organization: An Ethnohistoric Perspective. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Santa Barbara, December 1988. Spiral-bound. Inscribed to Dennis Power (SBMNH Director)
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Johnson, John and Marie S. Holmes. The Chumash and Their Predecessors SBMNH: 1998. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Contributions in Anthropology No. 1. Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Johnson, John and Sally McLendon. Cultural Affiliation and Lineal Descent of Chumash Peoples in the Channel Islands and the Santa Monica Mountains. Prepared for Archaeology and Ethnography Program National Park Service, 1999. Two volumes. Perfect-bound wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Kroeber, A. L. Essays in Anthropology presented to A. L. Kroeber in Celebration of his 60th Birthday June 11, 1936 Berkeley: University of California Press, 1936. Ex-lib Temple Univ. withdrawn.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Kroeber, Theodora. Ishi in Two Worlds. A Biography of the last wild Indian in North America Berkeley: University of California Press, 1964. First edition in d.j. Presentation to Carey Stanton.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Laird, Carobeth. Encounter with an Angry God: Recollections of my life with John Peabody Harrington Foreword by Harry Lawton. Decorations by Don Perceval. Cloth in just jacket. 190 pages. 9 x 6 inches. Banning: Malkai Museum Press, 1975. Laird was married to Harrington from 1916-1922.
[original in SCIF archives; ex-lib MDD]


  • Landberg, Leif C. W. The Chumash Indians of Southern California Highland Park: Southwest Museum, 1965. Number Nineteen. Southwest Museum Papers. Blue boards.
[original in SCIF archives; ex-lib MDD]


  • Miller, Bruce W. Chumash. A Picture of their World Los Osos: Sand River Press, 1988. Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Stuster, Jack W. The Material Conditions of Choice: An Anthropological Study of a California Fishing Community Ann Arbor: University Microfilms, 1976. Spiral-bound wraps. A dissertation submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Anthropology. U.C.S.B., June 1976. The Santa Barbara fishing community.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Timbrook, Jan. Chumash Ethnobotany Berkeley: Heyday Books, (2007). Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Monographs No. 5. Publications in Anthropology No. 1. Wraps. Signed by the author.
[original in SCIF archives]