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Atlantis, the Antediluvian World

By: Ignatius Donnelly

Description: Atlantis: The Antediluvian World is a book published during 1882 by Minnesota populist politician Ignatius L. Donnelly, who was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania during 1831. Donnelly considered Plato's account of Atlantis as largely factual and attempted to establish that all known ancient civilizations were descended from this supposed lost land. Many of its theories are the source of many modern-day concepts we have about Atlantis, like the civilization ...

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The Lost Lemuria, Score Atl Tll

By: W. Scott-elliot

Description: The general scope of the subject before us will best be realized by considering the amount of information that is obtainable about the various nations who compose our great Fifth or Aryan Race. From the time of the Greeks and the Romans onwar

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Religious Practices of the Diegueño Indians, Score CA Rpdi

By: T. T. Waterman

Description: This is one of the few ethnographic studies of the original religious practices of the Native American residents of San Diego county. Called Diegueño by Europeans after the mission which named the city, they today call themselves Kumeyaay, a

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Maidu Texts, Score CA Mdut

By: Roland B. Dixon

Description: The Maidu lived in the central Sierra Nevada of California, to the north of Yosemite. The Maidu, who were not particularly numerous to begin with, were decimated by the incursion of Americans. These texts were collected by a linguist at the b

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Creation Myths of Primitive America

By: Jeremiah Curtin

Description: Despite the title, which suggests that this is a comprehensive study of Native American creation myths, this is actually a very good set of animal myths from two tribes of California, the Wintu and Yana. These tribes inhabited the northern Central Valley; the Yana are closely related to the Yahi, the tribe of Ishi, the 'last wild Indian'. Also, these are not creation myths per se; they are tales from an epic cycle about the proto-animal inhabitants of the Ca...

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Notes on the Shoshonean Dialects of Southern California, Score CA Nsd

By: A. L. Kroeber

Description: This short monograph has some of the last linguistic data on the long extinct Native Southern Californian languages salvaged by A. L. Kroeber, the dean of Native Californian linguistics.

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How I Found the Lost Atlantis, the Source of All Civilization, Sco...

By: Paul Dr. Schliemann

Description: This article and the accompanying illustrations, produced from a photocopy provided by the New York Public Library, are republished for the first time in over ninety years at sacred-texts.com. On October 20th, 1912, readers of the New York A

A Startling and Perhaps History-Making Story

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Chinigchinich

By: F. G. Boscana

Description: Chinigchinich is an ethnographic account of the culture and (notably) religious beliefs of the native Californians in the vicinity of the famous mission San Juan Capistrano. This is the mission where the swallows, legendarily, return every year. There is nothing, however, about the returning swallows in this book. Boscana was one of the few Spanish missionaries who, like Bishop Landa in the Yucatan, actually took an interest in the culture they were destroyi...

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Mission Memories, Score CA Mm

By: J. S. McGroarty

Description: The author of this book, John Steven McGroarty (1862-1944) was poet laureate of California, an author, journalist, dramatist, and unabashed booster for the preservation and celebration of the California Missions. He also served in Congress fr

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A Dweller on Two Planets or the Dividing of the Way

By: Frederick S. Oliver

Description: A Dweller on Two Planets is one of the most important texts of the 19th Century Atlantis canon. The book was 'channeled' by Frederick S. Oliver. Oliver was born in Washington D.C. in 1866 and came to Yreka, California, with his parents when he was two years old. Yreka is just north of Mount Shasta, a huge dormant volcanic peak in Northern California. Oliver started to write this book at the age of eighteen, in 1883-4, while surveying the boundaries of his f...

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Two Myths of the Mission Indians of California, Score CA Tmmi

By: A. L. Kroeber

Description: Mission Indians, predominantly from present-day California (although members of the Shoshone also joined), were groups of Native Americans who were brought to live in the Spanish missions in California, and there baptized as Catholics, under

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Report of the Debates in the Convention of California, on the Form...

By: California. Constitutional Convention (1849)

Description: Proclamation of Gen. Riley, dated June 3d, 1849.--Journal of proceedings, and Report of the debates.--List of delegates.--Appendix: Constitution of California.--Memorial.--Digest of Spanish laws ... in existence in California ...--Official correspondence

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Indians of the Yosemite, Valley and Vicinity, Score CA Ioy

By: Galen Clark

Description: This short little book was written by one of the pioneers of Yosemite National Park, Galen Clark. In 1857 Clark was the first white person to view the Mariposa Grove, a stand of old-growth redwoods which are some of the largest living organis

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The Religion of the Luiseño Indians of Southern California, Score ...

By: C. G. Dubois

Description: This is a primary source of information on the religious beliefs and practices of the Luiseño people, who resided in what is now North San Diego and Orange counties in California. DuBois spent years with the remaining Native Southern Californ

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Miwok Myths, Score CA Mim

By: E. W. Gifford

Description: This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the

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The Religion of the Indians of California, Score CA Ric

By: A. L. Kroeber

Description: This is A. L. Kroebers' classic article on the religion of Native California. It covers the entire culture region.

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Atlantida L'Atlantide, Score Atl Ant

By: Pierre Benoit

Description: This French novel of 'Atlantis in the Sahara' made a huge splash when it was published. The exotic Saharan setting, the stories of desert survival, the overpowering allure of the last Queen of Atlantis, make a memorable, if a bit pulpy, read.

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The Story of the Chaup, a Myth of the Diegueños

By: C. G. Du Bois

Description: Constance Goddard Du Bois (1889-1934) was an American novelist and an ethnographer, writing extensively between 1899 and 1908 about the native peoples and cultures of southern California. Her published fiction included several short stories plus six novels. Her most enduring contribution was as a self-taught ethnographer, doing pioneering studies in a period when professional academic anthropology was just becoming established in the United States. Starting ...

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Mythology of the Mission Indians, Score CA Mmi

By: C. G. Du Bois

Description: This is a collection of papers by Constance Goddard Du Bois on the mythology of the Luiseño and Diegueño Indians of Southern California

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The Lost Continent, Score Atl Tlc

By: Cutcliffe Hyne

Description: This lively Victorian-era Atlantis story is one of the best of the genre, per Lin Carter, Sprague de Camp, and others. However, IMHO, naming the principal character Deucalion in an Atlantis story is sort of giving away the ending. Hyne's Atla

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