2 edition of Anthropological bibliography of aboriginal Panama. found in the catalog.
Anthropological bibliography of aboriginal Panama.
Edwin M. Shook
|Statement||[by] Edwin M. Shook, Jorge A. Lines [and] Michael D. Olien.|
|Series||Tropical Science Center. Occasional paper no. 2. Estudio ocasional no. 2|
|Contributions||Lines, Jorge A., 1891- joint author., Olien, Michael D., joint author., Associated Colleges of the Midwest.|
|LC Classifications||Z1209 .S52 1965|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 79 p.|
|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||68001845|
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Anthropological bibliography of aboriginal Panama. San José, Costa Rica, Tropical Science Center, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Edwin M Shook; Jorge A Lines; Michael D Olien; Associated Colleges of the Midwest.
Author(s): Shook,Edwin M; Associated Colleges of the Midwest. Title(s): Anthropological bibliography of aboriginal Panama. Bibliografía antropológica aborigen de Panamá. By Edwin M. Shook [et al.]. Edition: Provisional ed.
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Footnotes throughout the text clarify occasional obscurities, providing background on aboriginal life and customs as the need for explanation arises. For the most part, however, the author allows the myths to speak for themselves, without any attempt to support or disprove anthropological Reviews: 2.
A short article assessing research on geography and aboriginal Panama has been prepared by Richard G. Cooke, but it is not limited to Panama. 21 Another useful review, again somewhat dated, is Edwin Shook, Jorge Lines, and Michael Olien, Anthropological Bibliography of Aboriginal Panamá.
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