2 edition of Archaeology of Kauai. found in the catalog.
Archaeology of Kauai.
Wendell Clark Bennett
|Statement||Honolulu, Hawaii, The Museum, 1931.|
|Series||Bernice P. Bishop Museum. Bulletin -- 80., Bernice P. Bishop Museum bulletin -- 80.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 156 p.|
|Number of Pages||156|
Patrick Kirch is interested in the origins and diversification of the cultures and peoples of the Pacific, in the evolution of complex sociopolitical formations (especially "chiefdoms"), in prehistoric as well as ethnographic subsistence systems (especially those involving some form of intensification), and in the reciprocal interactions between indigenous peoples and the island ecosystems of. Cite this Record. Archaeology of Kaua`i. Wendell Clark Bennett. (tDAR id: ). NPR coverage of The Archaeology of Home: An Epic Set on Square Feet of the Lower East Side by Katharine Greider. News, author interviews, critics' picks and : Katharine Greider. Cite this Record. The Archaeology of Puna, Kaua`i, Niumalu Ahupua`a, Loko Kuapa of Alekoko.. Francis K. W. Ching, Jr., P. Bion Griffin, William K. Kikuchi, William Author: Francis K. W. Ching, P. Bion Griffin, William K. Kikuchi, William Albrecht, John C. Belshe, Catherin.
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OCEANIA Archaeology of Kauai. WENDELL CLARK BENNETT. Bishop Museum, Bulletin (B. 80, Honolulu, pp., 15 pls., 56 text figs.) This book is a concise and workmanlike account of the archaeology of one of the Hawaiian islands. I t is based on a nine months study of the actual remains, supplemented by the rather scanty literature available.
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Emory dwelt on the unique "Lohi'au's Hula Platform" and the associated heiau (temple platform), properly named Ka Ula a Paoa. The recent archaeology, briefly synthesized herein, resulted from legally mandated "cultural resource management" (CRM) archaeology, often called "contract" or "salvage".Books in Archaeology published or distributed by ebook University of Chicago Press.
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