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Fri Mar 21 17:15:17 2014 UTClccn-n886100610.00Woodward papers,0.501.00Ride the roads to romance along the Golden Coast and thru the Sunshine Empire of southern California /92913439n 886100612201123lccn-n82063776Oregon Archaeological Societylccn-n82107992Manly, William Lewis1820-lccn-n89603885Ives, Joseph Christmasd. 1868np-johnson, george alonzo$1824 1903Johnson, George Alonzo1824-1903lccn-n50034919Walker, William1824-1860lccn-n92030473Meek, Stephen Hall1805-1889lccn-n84200914Giffen, Helen S.(Helen Smith)1893-lccn-nr95021910Jaastad, Benlccn-nr95021902Oaks, George Washington1840-1917lccn-no95058477Walker, Edwin F.(Edwin Francis)1872-1956Woodward, Arthur1898-1986HistorySourcesSurveysBiographyMapsIndians of North America--CommerceNavajo silverworkNorth AmericaFur tradeCaliforniaIndians of North America--MoneyFrontier and pioneer lifeNavajo artUnited States, WestBeadsIndians of North AmericaPacific NorthwestUnited States--Death ValleyGold mines and miningOverland journeys to the PacificSilverworkNorth America--Colorado RiverAmericansMexicoMexico--Baja California (Peninsula)Walker, William,Meek, Stephen Hall,Oaks, George Washington,San Pasqual, Battle of (California : 1846)Indians of North America--Material cultureCamelsCalifornia--San Joaquin ValleyIndian silverworkYokuts Indians--AntiquitiesYokuts IndiansAntiquitiesExcavations (Archaeology)California--Kern CountySea otterFur tradersRocky MountainsBaranov, Aleksandr Andreevich,RussiansArizonaArizona--Grewe SiteIndians of North America--AntiquitiesHohokam cultureMohave IndiansCalifornia, SouthernMohave Indians--WarsTrailsTravelUnited StatesBeadworkBoundaries189819861909192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391941194219441946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919611963196519661967196819701971197319741975197619791983198919902007259399163739.23E99.N3ocn001540281ocn002068813ocn002730139ocn592107675ocn756982924ocn020741207ocn654555781ocn866870334ocn0256646115419ocn000257892book19710.27Woodward, ArthurNavajo silver; a brief history of Navajo silversmithing30010ocn001499407book19650.39Woodward, ArthurIndian trade goodsHistoryThe author discusses glass beads and trade on the Northwest coast, along with other topics2016ocn001463696book19380.66Woodward, ArthurA brief history of Navajo silversmithing1956ocn000156308book19700.66Woodward, ArthurThe denominators of the fur trade; an anthology of writings on the material culture of the fur tradeHistory1704ocn001540281book19490.31Manly, William LewisThe Jayhawkers' oath and other sketches1543ocn001832316book19550.59Woodward, ArthurFeud on the Colorado1532ocn002068813book19660.76Woodward, ArthurThe Republic of Lower California, 1853-1854, in the words of its State papers, eyewitnesses, and contemporary reportersHistorySources992ocn003012327book19480.70Meek, Stephen HallThe autobiography of a mountain man, 1805-1889935ocn005225841book19420.59Giffen, Helen SThe story of El TejonHistory912ocn002730139book19560.81Oaks, George WashingtonMan of the West; reminiscences of George Washington Oaks, 1840-1917873ocn003138804book19480.53Woodward, ArthurLances at San Pascual852ocn005970115book19790.63Woodward, ArthurThe denominators of the fur trade : an anthology on the material culture of the fur trade644ocn003567710book19610.32Woodward, ArthurCamels and surveyors in Death Valley : the Nevada-California Border Survey of 1861HistorySurveys373ocn002734908book19470.59Walker, Edwin FExcavations of a Yokuts Indian cemetery, Elk Hills, Kerns County, California272ocn039272146book19470.37Walker, Edwin FExcavation of a Yokuts Indian cemetery : Elk Hills, Kern County, CaliforniaHistory192ocn008226459book19540.79Woodward, ArthurJim WatersBiography192ocn021639155book19560.66Chichinov, ZakharAdventures in California of Zakahar Tchitchinoff, 1818-1828181ocn002783280book19310.97Woodward, ArthurThe Grewe Site, Gila Valley, Arizona : (Van Bergen-Los Angeles Museum Expedition)123ocn015874402book19530.66Woodward, ArthurIrataba : Chief of the MohaveHistory118ocn006117642map19521.00Putnam, Claude GeorgeRide the roads to romance along the Golden Coast and thru the Sunshine Empire of southern CaliforniaHistoryMaps11ocn048066967mixWoodward, ArthurWoodward papersArchivesRecords and correspondenceSummary: Correspondence, publications, research notes and notecards including drawings, and a small amount of photographs received with correspondence. The collection chiefly consists of research notes and most of these are sketchy. Topics with greater coverage include trade goods especially trade beads and silverwork, California gold rush emigration, Spanish military uniforms, Fort Union, New Mexico, and La Purisima Mission. There are notes and reports from a Channel Island archaeological survey, 1939-1941, a sketchbook of Canyon de Chelly pictograph drawings, original 1889 documents about a lawsuit against Fort Huachuca for selling ice to the public, and a sale prospectus with photographs relating to Baca Float #3, Santa Cruz County, Arizona circa 1940. Also present are typescripts of David Weber's thesis, "Early New Mexico Fur Trade, 1821-1828," and Mormon Battalion journal of Henry Standage (1846-1847) and Army of the West journal of Dr. John J. Griffin (1846-1847), and Civil War letters of Sgt. W.S. Woodhead. Original letters of Dr. C.H. Alden relate his experiences at Fort Garland, N.M., 1860 to 1863. Correspondents are chiefly archaeologists and museum staff. Parks Service correspondence relates to exhibits, museum plans and excavations at the Petrified Forest, Tumacacori, and Bandelier. Richard Van Valkenburgh's correspondence is interesting for its coverage of Navajo research and his comments on fellow archaeologists. Correspondence with the Works Progress Administration concerns the authenticity of the Pauline Weaver inscription at the Casa Grande National MonumentFri Mar 21 16:04:00 EDT 2014batch15169