INDEX
Acomal, Quintana Roo, 219
Agave fiber, 110
Agricultural methods of prehistoric Americans, 34, 111et seq.
Agricultural products originating in America, 129
Ahaukan Mai, Maya high Priest, 165
Ahkin Mai, Maya high priest, 165
Ahpuch, Maya god, 144
Allouez, Father, 83
American antiquities, 9et seq.
American civilization, theories of origin, 319et seq.
American prehistoric culture, end of, 324
Americans, Asiatic origin theory, 29
Anesthetics of ancient Peruvians, 275
Animals, domestic, of primitive Americans, 56, 113
Apache Indians, 289
Aqueducts, of the Azteos, 248; prehistoric, 119
Arapaho Indians, 307
Araucanian nation, 273
"Archaic" art, 76-78
"Archaic" people, 75et seq.
Architecture, of the Incas, 266; of the Iroquois, 308; of the Mayas, 218et seq.; of the Pueblos, 289
Art and literature of the Aztecs, 250
Artifacts, European, 24; found at Bishop's Cap Mountain, 22, 283; found at Folsom, New Mex., 23; found at Frederick, Okla., 21; found at Las Vegas, Nev., 23; found at Vero, Florida, 21
Art, Mayan, 179et seq.
Art of the "Archaic" era, 72-75
Asiatic origin of Americans, theory of, 29
Astronomical observatories of Maya, 156
Atlantis legend, 311
Atlatl, Pueblo weapon, 286
Ax, primitive American, 58
Azeapotzalso, Toltec city, 236
Aztecs, 225et seq.; aqueduct building, 248; conquer the Nahuas, 242; culture, religion and power, 239-256; gods, 253; guilds and societies, 247; legend of origin, 231et seq.; literature and art, 250; moral code, 249; priests of 254; social life, 246; tribes of, 245, 255; war tactics, 244
Bacabs, Maya gods, 146
Ball-court, Maya, 224
Balsam of Peru, 102
Baptismal rites, Maya, 174
"Basket-makers, " the, 75, 286, 287
Beans, native American, 89
Beer, primitive American, 98
Bella Coola, Indians, 305
Benedict, Ruth, 295, 326
Berries, native American, 82
Beverages of prehistoric Americana, 97
Bishop's Cap Mountain artifacts, 22, 283
Blackfoot Indians, 307
Blom, Frans, 157, 228
Boas, Dr. Franz, 29
Bonacca Island, 197
Books, Mayan, 48
Bronze, ancient Peruvian, 196; early use of, in America, 47
Brown, Barnum, 23
Burial mounds, 53
Calendar of ancient Peruvians, 277; of the Jacaltecas Indians, 326; of the Mayas, 13, 48, 160- 166

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