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7 BOOKS ON ANTHROPOLOGY AND ARCHAEOLOGY 1. NATURAL SELECTION AND HEREDITY-P.M.SHEPPARD : Harper Torchbooks, 1966. Good with no dust jacket. Third Printing. Paperback. 209 pages Publisher: Harper Row (1960) ASIN: B000GSQY5G The book is in good condition with minimal shelf wear. The cover has light shelf/corner rubbing, bumped corners and light soil, but the binding is sound. The pages are tightly bound, a bit yellowed and worn, no dust jacket. Nice cover illustration. Format: Soft cover Category: Science Tech Publication Year: 1966 Biological Science 2. THE CASE OF THE MISSING LINK By ELEANOR LOWENTON CLYMER (Author), Loren Eisely (Foreword), Robert Reid MacGuire (Illustrator) Hardcover with unclipped (4.50) dust jacket. The dust jacket is covered with a Mylar protective jacket. NY: Basic Books, 1962, 1968. (June 1968) Revised Edition. ISBN-10: 0465008917 ISBN-13: 978-0465008919 8vo (approx 6.25 x 9.5"). x, 118 pp. Primitive man paleontology. The author relates the dramatic story of the search for the origins of man and the important breakthrough that has now been made in unraveling the early history of man. Publisher's full green cloth, gilt (red and blue) lettering on spine, gilt (gray) embossed logo on cover. Illustrated with numerous drawings by Robert Reid Macguire in black, white and green and with numerous photographs of fossils and remains of early man. Foreword by Loren Eiseley. This is a volume in the series The Great Mysteries of Science by Basic Books. The book is in good condition with minimal shelf wear. The cover has light shelf/corner rubbing, bumped corners and light soil, but the binding is sound. The pages are tightly bound, a bit yellowed and worn, but the only markings are those of the library with usual identifiers- markings/stampings/card pocket - clean pages. Nice cover illustration. 3. THE COMING OF MAN: PRE-MAN PREHISTORIC MAN (The University series; highlights of modern knowledge. Prehistoric anthropology) by George Grant MacCurdy (Author) An interesting, scientific account of prehistoric anthropology. Unknown Binding: 157 pages The University Society, Incorporated, NY, (1935) Language: English ASIN: B00086248C Book Description: Octavo hardbound. First edition. b/w illustrations. Highlights of Modern Knowledge Series. This book is a volume from the Highlights of Modern Knowledge series, discussing in detail prehistoric anthropology. Index, bw photos and illustrations, pronunciation key, glossary, reading list. The book is in good condition with minimal shelf wear. The cover has light shelf/corner rubbing, bumped corners and light soil, but the binding is sound. The pages are tightly bound, a bit yellowed and worn, but the only markings are those of the school library with usual identifiers-markings/stampings/card pocket - fairly clean pages with a few smudges here and there; no dust jacket. 4. THE EMERGENCE OF MAN-JOHN E. PFEIFFER A good condition book - well-illustrated WITH DRAWINGS AND PHOTOGRAPHS. Illustrated with 104 photos 14 maps. 477 pages.The pages are clean, tight to binding with beautiful illustrations. PICTORIAL ENDPAPERS. Book Description: NY: Harper Row 1969. 1969. Hardcover. Book Condition:Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair to Good. 1st Edition. Explores human evolution from the first diggings to the latest computer research. 5. AN INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY Physical Anthropology and Archeology by VICTOR BARNOUW Book Description: Dorsey Press, Series in Anthropology 1971, 1978. numerous figures Book Condition, GOOD paperback, illustrated wrappers Grand In-8 1 vol. - 322 pages Contents, Chapitres : field, historical background, methods - primate evolution (mechanisms of evolutionary changes - how human beings are classified among the vertebrates - social life of primates - earliest hominoid fossils) - hominid evolution and cultural development from the Pliocene through the Pleistocene (Australopithecines - Homo Erectus - Neanderthals - Homo Sapiens in the upper Paleolithic - first Americans) - cultural evolution after the Pleistocene (Mesolithic - domestication of plants and animals - Neolithic patterns - development of civilization - four centers of old world civilization - movements of peoples, cultures and ideas) - biological variation (concept of race - concept of cline and the study of a single-trait distributions - retrospect and prospect) - glossary, references. A good condition book - well illustrated, tight to binding with beautiful illustrations. 6. Physical Anthropology and Archaeology by Clifford J. Jolly and Fred Plog · Unknown Binding · Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.; 2nd edition (1979) Second Edition. · Language: English · ISBN: 039432093X · ISBN: 0-394-32093-X. 412 pages. Illustrations. Tables. Index. Excellent introductory text in anthropology and archaeology. Begins with Evolutionary Theory, Primates and Their Evolution, to Human Physical and Cultural Evolution and Variation in Modern Homo Sapiens. Pictorial glossy cover has surface scratch marks. Appendix. Glossary. References. Intended to introduce the study of human physical and cultural evolution to students unfamiliar with biology or anthropology; biology and culture used to be treated as separate subjects, as also anthropology and archeology, though parallel, but separate; evolution of human structure, behavior and culture go together. Book Description: Very Good; Cover and edges show some wear. Text free of marks. Binding is Soft cover. A very good condition book -well illustrated. The pages are clean, tight to binding with beautiful illustrations. Details Series: An Introduction to Anthropology, Vol 1 Size Length: 412 pages Height: 9.3 in. Width: 7.5 in. Thickness: 1.0 in. Weight: 28.0 oz. 7. Anthropology, Contemporary Perspectives by David E. HUNTER Book Description: : Little Brown and Co. 1979, 1979. Glossy PB. Very Good/No Jacket. 2nd Ed. 81/2" x 11". 343p. Illustrations. Maps. This volume begins with the historical roots of anthropology and continues through the major themes that characterize the study today. Included are Archaeology, Evolution of Primates, beginnings of agriculture, building of cities, cultures and communication. HAS A GREAT CHAPTER ON: "RAPPING IN THE BLACK GHETTO: MAKING IT IN THE GHETTO DEPENDS ON VERBAL ABILITY AND STYLE" BY THOMAS KOCKMAN. Glossy pictorial paperback. Binding tight. A very good condition book - well illustrated. The pages are clean, tight to binding with beautiful illustrations. These books may be older but they provide a good basis for the study of ANTHROPOLOGY AND ARCHAEOLOGY at a very affordable price along with low shipping. Supplement or start your library collection with these.
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