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  • Bandelier, The Gilded Man, El Dorado (New York, 1893).
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  • Bandelier, The Gilded Man (New York, 18 93); William Barry, Venezuela (London, 1886); M.
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  • ' Bandelier thinks it should be called the " Stone of the Sun."
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  • In Mexico the former labours of Pimentel and Orozco y Berra are supplemented by those of Bandelier, Penafiel, Herrera and Alfredo Chavero.
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  • Otto Stoll's studies in Guatemala, Berendt's in Central America, Ernst's in Venezuela, Im Thurn's in Guiana, those of Ehrenreich, von den Steinen, Meyer in Brazil, or of Bandelier, Bastian, Briihl, Middendorf, von Tschudi in Peru, afford the historian of comparative sociology ample groundwork for a comprehensive grasp of South American tribes.
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  • Ethnol.) Bandelier declares that in Mexico existed neither state nor nation, nor political society of any kind, but tribes representing dialects, and autonomous in matters of government, and forming confederacies for the purposes of self-defence and conquest.
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  • With the Mexicans war was a passion, but warfare was little above the raid (Bandelier; Farrand).
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  • cavate houses, pueblos and casas are all brought into a series without a break by Bandelier, Cushing, Fewkes, Holmes, Hough,, FIG.
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  • Bandelier, Dorsey, Holmes, Seler and Uhle have taken up the questions anew.
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  • Bandelier, Report on an Archaeological Tour in Mexico, 1881 (Archaeol.
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  • Bandelier, Contributions to the History of the South-western Portion of the United States, being vol.
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  • Bandelier, The Gilded Man (El Dorado), (New York, 1893); H.
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  • 10 (1898); publications of the Desert Botanical Laboratory at Tucson; also titles under archaeology below, particularly Bandelier's " Final Report."
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  • The traditional errors respecting the early history of the Spanish South-west are fully exposed in the works of Bancroft and Bandelier, whose conclusions are supported by E.
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  • The territory now included in Kansas was first visited by Europeans in 1541, when Francisco de Coronado led his Spaniards from New Mexico across the buffalo plains in search of the wealth of " Quivira," a region located by Bandelier and other authorities in Kansas north-east of the Great Bend of the Arkansas.
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  • Bandelier, Papers on the Sedentary Indians of New Mexico (see Papers of the Archaeological Institute of America, 1881, 1890, 1892); also loth, 11th, 12th Reports Peabody Museum; Franz Boas, The Central Eskimo (6th Rep. Bur.
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  • Bandelier, " Contributions to the' History of the Southwestern Portion of the United States," in Archaeological Institute of America, Papers, American Series, vol.
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  • Bandelier, " Historical Introduction to Studies among the Sedentary Indians of New Mexico," in Archaeological Institute of America, Papers, American Series, vol.
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