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Anthropology Books

Books on the study of human societies and cultures and their development
  • Male and Female

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    Male and Female

    $ 50.00

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    Male and Female

    $ 50.00

    Mead, Margaret. William Morrow & Company. New York. 1949. Hardcover.

    A study of the sexes in a changing world. A follow up to Mead's 1935 Sex and Temperament.

    Very good condition. 1st and only edition.

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  • The Legacy

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    The Legacy

    $ 25.00

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    The Legacy

    $ 25.00

    Macnair, Peter L., Hoover, Alan L., Neary, Kevin. British Columbia Provincial Museum. Canada. 1980. 

    Continuing Tradiitions of Canadian Northwest Coast Indian Art.

    Fair condition.

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  • American Indian Rock Art

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    American Indian Rock Art

    $ 35.00

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    American Indian Rock Art

    $ 35.00

    Turpin, Solveig A. Editor. National Park Service. 1990. 

    Proceedings of the International Rock Art Conference and 16th Annual Meeting of the American Rock Art Research Association. Volume 16. 

    Fair condion. 

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  • The Journey of Man.  A Genetic Odyssey

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    The Journey of Man. A Genetic Odyssey

    $ 20.00

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    The Journey of Man. A Genetic Odyssey

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    Wells, Spencer. Princeton University Press. New Jersey. 2002. Hardcover.

    Showing how the secrets about our ancestors are hidden in our genetic code, Spencer Wells reveals how developments in the cutting edge science of population genetics have made it possible to create a family tree for the whole of humanity.

    Excellent Condition.

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  • Welcome of Tears. The Tapirape Indians of Central Brazil

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    Welcome of Tears. The Tapirape Indians of Central Brazil

    $ 20.00

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    Welcome of Tears. The Tapirape Indians of Central Brazil

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    Wagley, Charles. Waveland Press, IL. 1977. Paperback. 

    Maps and diagrams by David Lindroth

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  • The Ice Maiden. Inca Mummies, Mountain Gods, and Sacred Sites in the Andes

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    The Ice Maiden. Inca Mummies, Mountain Gods, and Sacred Sites in the Andes

    $ 20.00

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    The Ice Maiden. Inca Mummies, Mountain Gods, and Sacred Sites in the Andes

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    Reinhard, Johan. National Geographic Society, Washington, DC. 2005. Hardcover D/J in good condition.
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  • African View

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    African View

    $ 35.00

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    African View

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    Huxley, Julian. Harper & Brothers Publishers. New York. 1931

    Sir Julian Huxley was a pre-Darwin Biologist with a leaning toward Eugenics and Evolution.  This book is his account of his travels in Africa and a frank (possibly crass to modern views) discussion on his view of how the people of Africa might fare against the introduction of alien (European) civilization.  

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  • Travels in Hawaii

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    Travels in Hawaii

    $ 25.00

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    Stevenson, Robert Louis. University Press of Hawaii. Honolulu. 1973 

    From the book flap: This volume is a collection of the writings of Robert Louis Stevenson in, from and about Hawaii.  Arriving in 1889 abroad the ship Casco, Stvenson and his family remained in the islands for five months.  They then continues throughout the South Seas, but the writer was to return to Hawaii for a final visit in 1893....

     

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