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Archeological Investigations in the Bay Islands, Spanish Honduras

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SMITHSONIAN MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTIONS VOL. 92

LITERATURE CITED

ALCEDO Y HERRERA, DIONISIO

1883. Pirat?ias y Agresiones de loa Ingleses y do otros Pueblos de Europa en la Am?ica Espa?la desde el Siglo XVI al XVII. Madrid.

ANGHIERA, PIETRO MARTIRE D'

1812. The historie of the West Indies, In A selection of curious, rare, and early voyages, published by Richard Hakluyt. A Supplement, pp. 366-688. London.

BLACKESTON, A.H.

1910 a. Archeological investigations in Honduras. Records of the Past, vol. 9, pt. 4, pp. 194-201, Washington.

1910 b. Recent discoveries in Honduras. Amer. Anthrop., n. s., vol. 12, no. 4 pp. 536-541

BLOM, FRANS

1932. Commerce, trade, and monetary units of the Maya. Tulane Univ., Middle Amer. Research Ser., Publ. no. 4, New Orleans.

BLOM, FRANS, GROSEJEAN, S.S., and CUMMINS, HAROLD

1933. A Maya skull from the Uloa Valley, Republic of Honduras. Tulane Univ., Middle Amer. Research Ser., Publ. no. 5 (Middle American Pamphlets, no. 1). New Orleans.

BOLLAERT, WILLIAM

1861. Observations on the Peruvian tomb pottery and some gold objects from South America in the Museum of Joseph Mayer. Trans. Hist. Soc. Lancashire and Cheshire, n. s., vol. 1, pp. 311-322, Liverpool.

BOVALLIUS, CARL

1886. Nicaraguan antiquities. Stockholm.

BRANSFORD,  J. F.

1881. Archeological researches in Nicaragua. Smithsonian Contr. Knowl. vol. 25.

BRINTON, DANIEL G.

1882. The Maya chronicles. Philadelphia.

COLUMBUS, FERDINANDO

1867. Vita de Cristoforo Colombo descritta da Ferdinando, suo figlio e tradotta da Alfonso Ulloa. Nuova edizione, diligentemente riveduta e corretta. London.

CONZEMIUS, EDUARD

1928. On the aborigines of the Bay Islands (Honduras). Atti del XXII Congresso Internazionale degli Americanisti, Roma, Settembre 1926, vol. 2. Roma.

1932. Ethnographical survey of the Miskito and Sumu Indians of Honduras and Nicaragua. Bur. Amer. Ethnol. Bull. 106.

CUMMINS, HAROLD. See BLOM, GROSJEAN, and CUMMINS.

FISKE, JOHN

1892. The discovery of America, vols. 1 and 2. Boston and New York.

GANN, THOMAS W. F.

1914-16. Report on some excavations in British Honduras. Ann. Archaeol. and Anthrop., Inst. Archaeol., Univ. Liverpool, vol. 7, pp. 28-42.

1918. The Maya Indians of Southern Yucatan and Northern British Honduras. Bur. Amer. Ethnol. Bull. 64.

1927. Maya Cities. London.

GORDON, G. B.

1896. Prehistoric ruins of Copan, Honduras. Mem. Peabody Mus., Harvard Univ., vol. 1, no. 1.

1898 a. Researches in the Uloa Valley, Honduras. Ibid., no. 4.

1898 b. Caverns of Copan. Ibid., no. 5

GROSJEAN, S. S. See BLOM, GROSJEAN, and CUMMINS.

HAKLUYT SOCIETY

1933. See JANE, CECIL.

1847. See MAJOR, R. H.

HARRISSE, HENRY

1866. Biblitheca Americana Vetustissima. New York.

1871. D. Fernando Colon, historiador de su padre. Ensayo critico. Sevilla.

HARTMAN, C. V.

1901. Archaeological researches on the Pacific coats of Costa Rica. Mem. Carnegie Mus., vol. 3, no. 1.

1907 b. The alligator as a plastic decorative motive in Costa Rica. Amer. Anthrop., n. s., vol. 9, no. 2, pp. 307-324

HERRERA, ANTONIO DE

1726-30. Historia General de los Hechos de loas Castellanos en las Islas y Tierra Firme del Mar Oceano, vols. 1-5. Madrid.

JANE, CECIL, Editor and Translator

1933. Select documents illustrating the four voyages of Columbus. Vol. 2, The third and fourth voyages. Hakluyt Society., 2nd ser., no. 70, issued for 1932. London.

JOYCE, THOMAS A.

1914. Mexican archaeology. New York and London.

LAS CASAS, BARTOLOME DE

1875-76. Historia de las Indias, vols. 1 to 5. Madrid.

LE BARON, J. FRANCIS

1912. Description of a stone ruin in eastern Nicaragua, with notes on the location of other ruins in Central America. Records of the Past, vol. II, pp. 217-222, Washington

LEHMANN, WALTER

1910. Ergebnisse einer Forschungsreise in Mittelamerika und Mexico, 1907-1909. Zeitschr. Ethnol. vol. 42 no. 5, pp. 687-749, Berlin.

1920. Zentral-Amerika. Teil 1, Band 2. Berlin.

LOTHROP, S. K.

1921. The stone statues of Nicaragua. Amer. Anthrop., n. s., vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 311-319.

1924. Tulum: An archaeological study of the east coast of Yucatan. Carnegie Inst. Washington.

1926. Pottery of Costa Rica and Nicaragua, vols. 1 and 2. Mus. Amer. Ind., Heye Foundation.

1927 a. Pottery types and their sequence in El Salvador. Mus. Amer. Ind., Heye Foundation, Ind. Notes and Monogr., vol. 1, no. 4.

1927 b. The word "Maya" and the Fourth Voyage of Columbus. Mus. Amer. Ind., Indian Notes, vol. 4, no. 4, pp. 350-363.

MAJOR, R.H., Editor and Translator

1847. Select letters of Christopher Columbus, with other original documents relating to his four voyages to the New World. Hakluyt Soc. Publ. [vol. 2]. London

MARTYR, PETER. See ANGHIERA, PIETRO MARTIRE D'

MASON, GREGORY

1928. Pottery and other artifacts from caves in British Honduras and Guatemala. Mus. Amer. Ind., Heye Foundation, Ind. Notes and Monogr., no. 47, New York.

MAUDSLAY, A.P.

1889-1902. Archaeology. Biologia Centrali-Americana. London.

MERWIN, R.E., and VAILLANT, G.C.

1932. The ruins of Holmul, Guatemala. Mem. Peabody Mus., Harvard Univ., vol. 3, no. 2.

MITCHELL, R.C.

1850. Statistical account and description of the Island of Roatan. United Service Magazine, August.

MORLEY, S.G.

1920. The inscriptions of Copan. Carnegie Inst. Washington, Publ. no. 219.

NAVARRETE, MARTIN FERNANDEZ DE

1929. Coleccion de los Viages y Descubrimientos, que Hicieron por mar los Espa?les, vols. 1-3. Madrid.

OVIEDO Y VALDEZ, GONZALO FERNANDEZ DE

1851-55. Historia General y Natural de las Indias, vols. 1-4. Madrid.

POPENOE, DOROTHY H.

1928. Las Ruinas de Tenampua. Tipografia Nacional, Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

POPENOE, WILSON and DOROTHY

1931. The human background of Lancetilla. Reprinted from Unifruitcp Magazine, pp. 5-11, August.

POWNALL, THOMAS

1779. Observations arising from an enquiry into the nature of the vases found on the Mosquito Shore in South America. Archaeologia, vol. 5, p. 318-324, London.

RICKETSON, O.G.

1925. Burials in the Maya area. Amer. Anthrop., n. s., vol. 27, no. 3, pp. 381-401.

ROBERTS, ORLANDO W.

1827. Narrative of voyages and excursions on the east coast and in the interior of Central America. Edinburugh.

ROGERS, CHARLES

1782. An account of certain earthen masks from the Mosquito Shore. Archaeologia, vol. 6, p. 107, London.

ROSE, RICHARD H.

1904. Utilla: Past and present. Dansville, N.Y.

SQUIER, E. G.

1858. The States of Central America; their geography, topography, etc. New York.

1869. Tongues from tombs, or the stories that graves tell. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, June 26.

STEINMAYER, R.A.

1932. A reconnaissance of certain mounds and relics in Spanish Honduras. Tulane Univ., Middle Amer. Research Ser., Publ. no. 4, pp. 1-22, New Orleans.

STRANGEWAYS, THOMAS

1822. Sketch of the Mosquito Shore, including the territory of the Poyais. Edinburgh.

STRONG, W.D.

1934 a. Hunting ancient ruins in Northeastern Honduras. Explorations and Field-Work of the Smithsonian Institution in 1933, Smithsonian Publ. 3235, pp. 44-48.

1934 b. An archeological cruise among the Bay Islands of Honduras. Ibid., pp. 49-53.

SWANTON, JOHN R. See THOMAS and SWANTON.

THOMAS, CYRUS, and SWANTON, JOHN R.

1911. Indian languages of Mexico and Central America and their geographical distribution. Bur. Amer. Ethnol. Bull. 44.

THOMPSON, EDWARD H.

1897 a. The Chultunes of Labn? Yucatan. Mem. Peabody Mus., Harvard Univ., vol. 1, no. 3.

1897 b. Cave of Loltun, Yucatan. Ibid., no. 2.

THOMPSON, J. ERIC

1931. Archaeological investigations in the Southern Cayo District, British Honduras. Field Mus. Nat. Hist., Anthrop. Ser., vol. 17, no. 3.

VAILLANT, G.C.

1927. The chronological significance of Maya ceramics. [Manuscript submitted for degree of Doctor of Philosophy at Harvard University. Three additional copies made at expense of Carnegie Institution of Washington and American Museum of Natural History deposited in above institutions and the Peabody Museum of Harvard University.]

VAILLANT, G.C. See also MERWIN, R.E., and VAILLANT

YOUNG, THOMAS

1842. Narrative of a residence on the Mosquito Shore, during the years 1839, 1840, and 1841: with an account of Truxillo, and the adjacent islands of Bonacea and Roatan. London.

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