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Stone implements of the Potomac-Chesapeake tidewater province

Holmes, William Henry

Stone implements of the Potomac-Chesapeake tidewater province

by Holmes, William Henry

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Published by Government Printing Office in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Implements,
  • Stone implements,
  • Chesapeake Bay Region (Md. and Va.) -- Antiquities,
  • Potomac River Valley -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby William Henry Holmes.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3-152 p.
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14470632M
    OCLC/WorldCa968783

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Stone Implements of the Potmac-Chesapeake Tidewater Province by William H. Holmes Holmes work on the quarries and lithic manufacturing of Virginia,Washington D.C. and Maryland. Media Mail Shipping $ Flat Rate Per Order - U.S. Stone implements of the Potomac-Chesapeake tidewater province / By William Henry Holmes.

Abstract. Issued in the Annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, vol. 15, ()Mode of access: InternetAuthor: William Henry Holmes. Stone implements of the Potomac-Chesapeake Tidewater Province Fifteenth Annual W H Holmes General geology of the Soapstone Ridge mafic intrusive area.

Holmes, William Henry, Ancient art of the province of Chiriqui, Colombia: Sixth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the: Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, Government Printing Office, Washington,pages (Gutenberg ebook) Holmes, William Henry. Abstract: The term ‘lithic’ is derived from the ancient Greek word for ‘rock’ (lithos), used in the late fourth century BCE by the scholar Theophrastus.

The term ‘lithic’ in the way we use it today, meaning small rock artifact, most often chipped or ground stone, came into common use less than eight decades ago. EVERY PART OF THIS EARTH IS SACRED Native American Voices in Praise of Nature von Curtis, Mel & Jana Stone und eine große Auswahl ähnlicher Bücher, Kunst und Sammlerstücke erhältlich auf Archaic Indians used less-specialized rock for their tools, perhaps because the new areas occupied by hunting bands were further from known quarries such as Flint Run (Warren County).

The shaping of points and blades in the toolkit - especially the way the base of points were notched - shifted as well. Good binding and cover. Contents:Stone implements of the Potomac-Chesapeake tidewater province / William Henry HolmesThe Siouan Indians: a preliminary sketch / W.J.

McGeeSiouan sociology: a posthumous paper / James Owen DorseyTusayan Katcinas / Jesse Walter FewkesThe repair of Casa Grande ruin, Arizona / Cosmos Mindeleff.

in assembling and editing this book. The body of the volume consists of a reprinting of four of Holmes's out-standing publications: 1) "Natural History of Flaked Stone Implements" (a); 2) "Stone Implements of the Potomac-Chesapeake Tidewater Province" (); 3) "Origin and Development of Form and Ornament in Ce.

implements are employed in historical investigation, their geographical, chronological, and cultural contexts ought also to be a concern. The second of Holmes's lithic papers-the much longer "Stone Implements of the Potomac-Chesapeake Tidewater Province"-is a demonstration of the approaches and pro-cedures outlined in the first article.

Papers by William Henry Holmes, Stone implements of the Potomac-Chesapeake tidewater province pageplates I-CIII and frontispiece, figures a; W J McGeen, The Siouxan Indians: A preliminary sketch, pages ; James Owen Dorsey, Siouxan sociology: A posthumous paper, pages and figures ; Jesse Walter Fewkes, Tusayan.

William Henry Holmes - Gustav's Library Vintage Reprint. William Henry Holmes () of the Bureau of Ethnology, follows his Stone Implements of the Potomac-Chesapeake Tidewater Province with a comprehensive look at methods of working stone by the aborigines of the Americas.

Includes flint knapping, ground stone techniques, quarrying and large. Stone implements of the Potomac-Chesapeake tidewater province. Fifteenth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology. 3– Fifteenth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology. 3–Cited by:. one on the ' Stone Implements of the Potomac Chesapeake Tidewater Province,' pages, with full-page plates, and 36 figures in the text.

The geograph-ical and geological relations of the area are carefully explained, and the arte-facts themselves are examined under the classification offlaked, battered or abraded, and incised or cut.The term ‘lithic’ is derived from the ancient Greek word for ‘rock’ (lithos), used in the late fourth century BCE by the scholar Theophrastus.

The term ‘lithic’ in the way we use it today, meaning small rock artifact, most often chipped or ground stone, came into common use less than eight decades ago.

The terms ‘stone tool’ and ‘stone implement’ remain firmly entrenched in. This chapter shows how experimental methods can be used for modeling the science embodied in technologies, especially of traditional societies.

William H. Stone implements of the Potomac-Chesapeake Tidewater Province. Bureau of American Ethnology, Fifteenth Annual Report, –94, pp. 13 Making & understanding stone tools Cited by: 1.