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Miwok and Mono chapters from Handbook of Indians of California by A. L. Kroeber (1919)

[Editor’s note: only Sierra Miwok and Mono chapters from Handbook are copied here—dea.]


A. L. Kroeber

About the Author

Alfred Louis Kroeber (A. L. Kroeber) was born June 11, 1876. He is known as an influential anthropologist of the early 20th century. He sought to understand the nature of culture and its processes through studying the cultures of the American Indian people. He was a professor at University of California Berkeley and is most known for his work with Ishi, the last survivor of the Yahi Indian people. A. L. Kroeber died in October 5, 1960.



Bibliographical Information

A. L. Kroeber (Alfred Louis Kroeber) (1876 - 1960), Handbook of the Indians of California, Bulletin 78 of the Bureau of American Ethnology of the Smithsonian Institution (1919)

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