November 2016 - Fall & Native American Mini-Collection

 
 
photo of a book with a story about an Indian Acorn festival.

Indian Acorn Story

Yosemite Nature Notes, 1931 - Ceremonies of thanksgiving for a bountiful acorn crop.

an Indian woman with a basket on her back in front of Half Dome

Acorn Collecting

Ta*buce, or Maggie Howard out after acorns. Indian Activities, 11/6/36 - RH Anderson & Phillips RL - 1962

 

Fall & Native American Mini-Bibliography

Barrett, S. A., & Gifford, E. W. (1933). Miwok material culture. Milwaukee, Wis: Published by order of the Board of Trustees.

Bates, C. D., Lee, M. J., & Yosemite Association. (1990). Tradition and innovation: A basket history of the Indians of the Yosemite-Mono Lake Area. Yosemite National Park, Calif: Yosemite Association.

Bingaman, J. W., & End-Kian Publishing Company. (1966). The Ahwahneechees: A story of the Yosemite Indians. Lodi, Calif: Printed by End-Kian Pub. Co.

Boster, M. (2011). Four seasons of Yosemite: A photographer's journey. Los Angeles, CA: Los Angeles Times/Time Capsule Press.

Clark, G. (1904). Indians of the Yosemite valley and vicinity: Their history, customs and traditions. Yosemite Valley, Cal: G. Clark.

Godfrey, E. H., Snyder, J., Bates, C. D., & American Indian Council of Mariposa County. (1977). Yosemite Indians. Yosemite National Park, Ca: Yosemite Natural History Association in cooperation with the National Park Service.

Heizer, R. F., & Whipple, M. A. (1971). The California Indians: A source book. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Jacknis, I., & Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology. (2004). Food in California Indian culture. Berkeley: Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California.

Sturtevant, W. C., Heizer, R. F., & Smithsonian Institution. (1978). Handbook of North American Indians: Volume 8. Washington, D.C: Smithsonian Institution.

United States., & Yosemite Natural History Association. (1931). Yosemite nature notes. Vol X. Yosemite, Calif: National Park Service.
 
 

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