The karankawa indians of texas an ecological study of cultural tradition and change texas archaeology and ethnohistory series robert a ricklis on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers popular lore has long depicted the karankawa indians as primitive scavengers perhaps even cannibals who eked out a meager subsistence from fishing. The karankawa indians of texas is the first modern well researched history of the karankawa from prehistoric times until their extinction in the nineteenth century blending archaeological and ethnohistorical data into a lively narrative history ricklis reveals the basic lifeway of the karankawa a seasonal pattern that took them from large . Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more. The karankawa indians of texas an ecological study of cultural tradition and change bibliographic details main author ricklis robert a 1948 corporate authors proquest ebook subscriptions proquest firm a texas archaeology and ethnohistory series 500 a . The karankawa indians of texas an ecological study of cultural tradition and change by robert a ricklis stated first edition was it printed any other way one of the university of texas press archaeology and ethnohistory series
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