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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Adolph Bandelier  

Pen Name: None

Genre: History Non-Fiction Other

Audience: Adult;

Born: 1848 in Bern, Switzerland

Died: 1914 in Sevilla, Spain


-- Adolph Bandelier on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=adolph+bandelier


Illinois Connection

The author was born in Switzerland to a well educated family that later moved to Highland, Illinois.

Biographical and Professional Information

Adolph Bandelier became a well know anthropolgist and archaeologist who studied Native American tribes in the Southwestern United States and Central America. The Bandelier National Monument is named after him.


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Selected Titles At Your Library

Adolph F. Bandelier's The discovery of New Mexico by the Franciscan monk Friar Marcos de Niza in 1539
ISBN: 0816535671. OCLC Number: 958351755

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Adolph F. Bandelier's The discovery of New Mexico by the Franciscan monk Friar Marcos de Niza in 1539 /
ISBN: 0816507171. OCLC Number: 6864211

University of Arizona Press,. .

Delight makers, the.
ISBN: 1281848077. OCLC Number: 671741258

BiblioLife,. .

Documentary history of the rio grande pueblos of new mexico (classic reprint).
ISBN: 133059858X. OCLC Number: 983324599

FORGOTTEN Books,. .

INDIANS AND ABORIGINAL RUINS NEAR CHACHAPOYAS IN NORTHERN PERU :
ISBN: 1332952992. OCLC Number: 983050474

FORGOTTEN Books,. .

Islands of titicaca and koati.
ISBN: 1177305968. OCLC Number: 944466877

Nabu Press,. .

The Southwestern Journals of Adolph F. Bandelier
ISBN: 0826303528. OCLC Number: 499278405

New Mexico U.P.,. .

The southwestern journals of Adolph F. Bandelier,
ISBN: 0826307345. OCLC Number: 269041

University of New Mexico Press,. .

"A day-to-day field notebook, as well as an intimate diary of Bandelier's daily observations and moods, the Journals provide a firsthand account of a pioneering anthropologist's reactions to the Southwest. They contain the joys and frustrations Bandelier encountered in his early attempts to understand people and their environment."--Jacket flap.