Chapters in Nebraska Archaeology Volume One Numbers I-VI. Earl H. Bell.

Chapters in Nebraska Archaeology Volume One Numbers I-VI

Lincoln Nebraska: University of Nebraska, 1936. F. 427 pages; with a very interesting and long line of provenance inscriptions on the front endpaper: warmly inscribed by the author, "To Kimball Young my friend, adviser, and teacher Earl H. Bell" Kimball Young (1893-1972) a grandson of Brigham Young and a noted author and educator, especially in the field of Sociology; with additional provenance: name of R. Adams, with an additional notation 'Received from R. Lintern Ap. 17, 1948 (initialed) RA' and another note 'Rec'd from R. Adams dec. '56 K. Triake(?)'; we speculate that the 'R. Adams' is Ramon Adams, renowned Western American author and historian; black and white illustrations illustrating the articles: Archaeology of Certain Sites in Cedar County, Nebraska by Paul Cooper; A Comparison of the Cultural Manifestations of the Burkett and Gray-Wolfe Sites by Marion Lucile Dunlevy; John L. Champe's The Sweetwater Culture Complex; Earl H. Bell and G.H. Gilmore The Nehawka and Table Rock Foci of the Nebraska Aspect, Bell and Robert E. Cape The Rock Shelters of Western Nebraska; Bell and Willem Van Royen Some Considerations Regarding the Possible Age of an Ancient Site in Western Nebraska; Bell has also written the introduction; original ribbed green cloth binding, gilt spine titles, somewhat dulled; some edge, tips wear to the boards; very good condition and a nice Western American history association. Item #19605

Price: $125.00

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