Columbus, Ramon Pane and the Beginnings of American Anthropology Edward Gaylord Bourne

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Published: June 3rd 2010

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Columbus, Ramon Pane and the Beginnings of American Anthropology  by  Edward Gaylord Bourne

Columbus, Ramon Pane and the Beginnings of American Anthropology by Edward Gaylord Bourne
June 3rd 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 42 pages | ISBN: | 7.58 Mb

An excellent translation into the English language of the of the chronicle written by the Spanish friar Jerónimo Ramón Pané in 1498, regarded as the first ethnographic document of the New World. Pané arrived in Hispaniola in 1494 with Columbus on hisMoreAn excellent translation into the English language of the of the chronicle written by the Spanish friar Jerónimo Ramón Pané in 1498, regarded as the first ethnographic document of the New World.

Pané arrived in Hispaniola in 1494 with Columbus on his second voyage. After spending a year in the fort of Magdalena, Pané was ordered to go and live with the chief Guarionex in order to learn the native language. After two years there, he went on to live with the chief Mabiatué for three years, learning another indigenous language.

This work is the first ethnographic study of American primitive custom, religion, culture and folklore ever undertaken.IMPORTANT. This is an exact reproduction of a book published before 1923. Despite the fact that we have attempted to accurately maintain the integrity of the original work, the present reproduction may have minor errors beyond our control like: missing and blurred pages, poor pictures and markings.

42 pp. Dr. Angel Rodriguez, Editor. Editorial Nuevo Mundo. Copiar y pegar el enlace para ver nuestros titulos/ Copy and paste the link below for our titles: http://libroseditorialnuevomundo.blog...



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