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Bulletin of the History of Archaeology
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  • New Perspectives on the Origins of Americanist Archaeology, edited by David L. Browman and Stephen Williams. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, 2002

    Trigger, Bruce G. (2002)
    This volume grew from the second Gordon R. WilIey Biennial Symposium on the History of Archaeology held in 1998 at the anonal meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Seattle. It is dedicated to Professor WilIey, who died April 28, 2002. Twelve papers focus on the development of Americanist archaeology prior to World War I, with special emphasis on its European connections and on the work done by women.

    C. V. Hartman and Museum Anthropology a Century Ago

    Watters, David R.; Zamora, Oscar Fonesca (2002)
    Dave Watters (Section of Anthropology, Carnegie Museum of Natural History) and Oscar Fonseca Zamora (University of Costa Rica, retired) are exploring aspects of the life of Carl Villielm Hartman (1862-1941), a Swedish botanist who changed careers to anthropology during the decade of the I 890. Hartman's transition began on Carl Lurnholtz's expedition (1890-1892) to the Sierra Madre region of Mexico. He took over responsibility for archaeological research from the expedition's first archaeolog...

    Editorial

    Woodbury, Richard B. (1992)
    (The Editor wishes to acknowledge that several typographical errors and omissions were found in the first appearance of Dr. Richard Woodbury's editorial. The Editor wishes to express his apologies for the errors and omissions and publishes again Dr Woodbury's entire editorial so that the reader might have the benefit of the corrections made.)There are many sources easily available to those interested in uncovering parts of archaeology's past. They range from the factual chronicle (as in Glyn ...

    Lumbreras and Peruvian Prehistory: A Retrospective View from Junin

    Browman, David L. (2008)
    Research in Peru’s Mantaro Valley is featured in the earliest published work of archaeologist Luis Guillermo Lumbreras. The developing elucidation of the archaeology of the Jauja-Huancayo area is employed in this paper as a way of tracing some of the origins of the major intellectual facets that later characterized Lumbreras’ contributions to Andean research. To set the stage for this appreciation, we need to understand the state of knowledge of the area when Lumbreras began his work there in...
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