Ethnographic notes on California Indian tribes by C. Hart Merriam

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Statement[by] C. Hart Merriam. Compiled and edited by Robert F. Heizer.
SeriesReports of the University of California Archaeological Survey, no. 68, pt. 1
LC ClassificationsF863 .C255 no. 68, pt. 1, etc.
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