HTTP/1.0 200 OK Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8 Server: OFE/0.1 Cache-Control: private, x-gzip-ok="" Date: Tue, 05 Jun 2007 22:00:38 GMT Connection: Close The Origins of Invention: A Study of Industry ... - Google Book Search
Go to Google Book Search Home
The Origins of Invention: A Study of Industry Among Primitive Peoples By Otis Tufton Mason
Contents
13
hafting, schweinfurth, andamanese
84
prytaneum, thenay, spalls
155
basketry, schweinfurth, panamint
224
51
basketry, polynes, thurn
291
polynes, domestication, dyaks
325
morelet, graters, cargadores
366
bandelier, mortillet, niam
410
marzials, letourneau, hannay
References from web pages

The Origins of Invention - E-Mail This Link - The MIT Press
Origins of Invention, The Origins of Invention A Study of Industry Among Primitive Peoples Otis T. Mason. * Indicates a required field. Your Name * ...
mitpress.mit.edu/ catalog/ item/ sendto.asp?ttype=2& tid=5130

Find in a Library: The origins of invention; a study of industry ...
The origins of invention; a study of industry among primitive peoples. By:, Otis Tufton Mason. Type:, English : Book : Non-fiction ...
www.worldcatlibraries.org/ wcpa/ top3mset/ 95e0481a80f9bd2b.html

a Language material, printed Texte imprimé 1895 m Monograph ...
a Language material, printed Texte imprimé 1895 m Monograph Monographie eng The origins of invention: a study of industry among primitive peoples / by Otis ...
botex.collectionscanada.ca/ botexReader.php?key=8139065& view=1

JSTOR: "Objects of Curious Research": The History of Science and ...
In his book The Origins of Invention, in his classic study "Aboriginal American ... 171-548; Mason, The Origins of Invention: A Study of Industry among ...
links.jstor.org/ sici?sici=0021-1753(1999)90%3CS249%3A%22OCRTH%3E2.0.CO%3B2-J

References from books

The Origins of Art: A Psychological & Sociological Inquiry - Page 316
by Yrjö Hirn - 1900 - 331 pages
... Mantegazza, P., Physiognomy and Expression. London [1890]. March, H. Colley, Evolution and Psychology in Art. In Mind. New series. V. 1896. ...
Full view
- Table of Contents - About this book

The Child: A Study in the Evolution of Man - Page 506
by Alexander Francis Chamberlain - 1901 - 498 pages
... XXVI. APPARITIONS AND THOUGHT-TRANSFERENCE. By Frank Podmore, MA '' A very sober and interesting little book. . . . That thought-transference Is a real thing, ...
Full view
- Table of Contents - About this book

Bulletin - Page 77
by University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign campus). Engineering Experiment Station, Engineering Experimental Station - 1939
Title from caption.
Snippet view
- About this book

show more »
References from scholarly works

Innovation and Technological Knowledge in the Upper Paleolithic of ...
JOHN F HOFFECKER - 2005 - Evolutionary Anthropology

Places mentioned in this book
Pueblo - Page 166
l66 THE ORIGINS OF INVENTION. pleasing effects are produced in Pueblo pottery on the unchanged surface of the coiled ware by pinching the coils ...
more pages: 113 159 175 178 179 201 230 316
Chiriqui - Page 178
They would combine the geometric work of the Pueblos with the rounded forms of the Mounds and of Chiriqui. The Pueblo stocks do not seem ever to have ...
more pages: 167
Honolulu - Page 226
The tapa beating of the Hawaiians is minutely described in a catalogue of the Bishop Museum in Honolulu. The material is the bark of the paper ...
London - Page 321
32! flock of sheep conducted through the thoroughfares of London by one of these creatures, he will scarcely be able to realise what the ancestor of ...
more pages: 27 39 81 202 257 296 325 346 400 424
New York - Page 24
This increase would also be coupled with a parallel improvement in the means of 1 Lubbock, Prehistoric Times, New York, 1872, ji. 591.
more pages: 50 56 76 325 331 361 396 422 423 427
Cambridge - Page 49
A series of partly finished examples were taken from a grave in the Madisonville Cemetery, near Cincinnati.1 1 An. Ref. Ptal'ody Mas., Cambridge, ...
Guatemala - Page 70
The road measure of the Aztecs was by the stops of the carriers, as in Guatemala. The Aztecs were entirely ignorant of balances, scales, or weights. ...
more pages: 344
Cincinnati - Page 152
and there in all lands, or, if occasion permits, to take in the finer works of Staffordshire, Sevres, Meissen, Berlin, or of Trenton and Cincinnati. ...
more pages: 49
Ellicott City, Maryland - Page 142
JD McGuire, of Ellicott City, Maryland, conducted a careful series of ex-periments at the Smithsonian Institution for the author. ...
Trenton - Page 152
and there in all lands, or, if occasion permits, to take in the finer works of Staffordshire, Sevres, Meissen, Berlin, or of Trenton and Cincinnati. ...
Lubbock - Page 31
The pioneers in culture-history, such as Klemm and Waitz, Tylor and Lubbock, and more that could be mentioned, gathered with their best judgment into ...
St. Louis - Page 349
The Cahokia mound opposite St. Louis is one hundred feet high, and the top is reached by a graded way, which is now used for a carriage-road. ...
Panama - Page 239
The so-called Panama hats and similar work from Africa, though looking like the work of a loom, are produced by hand. ...
Manchester - Page 229
beech, oak, or hickory, all of uniform thickness and width, and forming a rude warp and woof like the threads in common Manchester cotton stuff. ...
Philadelphia - Page 300
GB Goode, in his report on animal resources at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia, divides traps into pen-traps, grasping or clutching traps, ...
more pages: 85
San Luis Potosi - Page 343
They had come, they said, from San Luis Potosi, not less than fifty miles distant. These Cargadores will cover thirty miles a day for a week or more, ...
Tunis - Page 192
Some have travelled in Mexico and Sicily and Tunis, where the ploughs are as primitive as they were in the days of the prophets. ...
Berlin - Page 152
an un-broken genealogy between sun-dried vessels of the first ceramists and the most delicate work of Worcester, Sevres, Meissen, Hochst, and Berlin. ...
Paris - Page 34
V. FOR GRASl'ING AND JOINING. 1. Tongs, pincers, vices, clamps, wedges. 2. Nails, lashings, glues. ' Rev. Meiisuelle de I'Ecole d'Anlhrop., Paris.
Morinda - Page 226
Yellow was prepared from the inner bark of the root of Morinda cilrifvlia. An infusion of the bark in water was made, and the cloth soaked therein and ...