Native Peoples of South America

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NATIVE PEOPLES OF SOUTH AMERICA

Julian H. Steward RESEARCH PROFESSOR OF ANTHROPOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS

Louis C. Faron RESEARCH ASSOCIATE IN ANTHROPOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS

McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY, INC. New York Toronto London 1959

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Native Peoples of South America
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction 1
  • One South American Culture in Perspective 5
  • Notes 30
  • Two - Foundation of New World Cultures 31
  • Notes 43
  • Three - Environment, Production, and Culture 44
  • Notes 64
  • Four - The Central Andean Irrigation Civilizations: Prehistoric Eras 65
  • Notes 118
  • Five - Native Central Andean Culture of the Historic Era 119
  • Notes 173
  • Six Chiefdoms of the Circum-Caribbean Area and Eastern Bolivia 174
  • Notes 200
  • Seven Warring Chiefdoms of the Northern Andes and Central America 202
  • Notes 238
  • Eight Theocratic Chiefdoms of Venezuela and the Greater Antilles 239
  • Notes 251
  • Nine - Chiefdoms of Eastern Bolivia: Tropical- Forest Chiefdoms 252
  • Ten Farmers and Pastoralists of the Southern Andes 262
  • Notes 283
  • Eleven Farm Villages of the Tropical Forests: General Features 284
  • Notes 318
  • Twelve - Varieties of Tropical-Forest Villages 319
  • Notes 372
  • Thirteen - Nomadic Hunters and Gatherers: General Features 374
  • Notes 396
  • Fourteen - Varieties of Nomadic Hunters and Gatherers 397
  • Notes 444
  • Fifteen - Retrospect and Prospect 445
  • Notes 471
  • Index 473
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