Book on CD Edition First Published in 1957 The Aboriginal Population of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, California CONTENTS Page Introduction 131 The Fages-Crespi Expedition 131 The Anza-Font Expedition 132 The Ca–izares Expedition 136 Exploratory and punitive expeditions, 1776-1811 138 Fr. Antonio Danti's expedition 140 Raymundo el Californio's trip 141 Pedro Amador's expeditions 141 Lu’s Peralta's expeditions 143 The Cuevas Affair 144 Fr. JosŽ Viader's first expedition 145 Fr. Ram—n Abella's expedition 145 Aboriginal Groups 146 Location 146 Population estimates 148 Bibliography 150 written by S. F. Cook Life: 1896-1974 Sherburne Friend Cook was a physiologist by training, and served as professor and chairman of the department of physiology at the University of California, Berkeley. He was also a noted pioneer in population studies of the native peoples of North America and Mesoamerica and in field methods and quantitative analysis in archaeology. Cook studied at Harvard University and served in France during World War I. He completed his Ph.D. thesis, The Toxicity of the Heavy Metals in Relation to Respiration, in 1925. He taught physiology at Berkeley from 1928 until his retirement in 1966. Cook repeatedly returned to the problems of estimating the pre-Columbian populations of California, Mexico, and other regions, and of tracing the rate and reasons for their subsequent decline. He often arrived at higher figures for pre-contact populations than had previous scholars, and his work has not escaped criticism within this controversial field (e.g., Mathes 2005) Book on CD Edition produced by The Again Shop 2012 The Book on CD-ROM Advantage. Print only the pages, passages or paragraphs you want. Search for key words or terms, Read from your laptop, home computer or mini when it pleases you, no need to purchase or carry around a separate piece of equipment. Share it electronically with friends and relatives. You have permission to re-sell copies as long as they are unchanged from this original. Supply your children with books on their computers instead of video games. Share with 1 or 100 students at the same time for educational purposes. Pay one low price and have as many books of this title that you want to print. CD-ROM Edition. Not a DVD, not an audio CD, no illustrations. Produced in a Microsoft Compatible Format for reading, printing, copying, searching key words, terms or passages or for research.
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Book on CD Edition
First Published in 1957

The Aboriginal Population of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, California


CONTENTS

Page Introduction 131 The Fages-Crespi Expedition 131 The Anza-Font Expedition 132 The Ca–izares Expedition 136 Exploratory and punitive expeditions, 1776-1811 138 Fr. Antonio Danti's expedition 140 Raymundo el Californio's trip 141 Pedro Amador's expeditions 141 Lu’s Peralta's expeditions 143 The Cuevas Affair 144 Fr. JosŽ Viader's first expedition 145 Fr. Ram—n Abella's expedition 145 Aboriginal Groups 146 Location 146 Population estimates 148 Bibliography 150

written by

S. F. Cook
Life: 1896-1974

Sherburne Friend Cook was a physiologist by training, and served as professor and chairman of the department of physiology at the University of California, Berkeley. He was also a noted pioneer in population studies of the native peoples of North America and Mesoamerica and in field methods and quantitative analysis in archaeology.

Cook studied at Harvard University and served in France during World War I. He completed his Ph.D. thesis, The Toxicity of the Heavy Metals in Relation to Respiration, in 1925. He taught physiology at Berkeley from 1928 until his retirement in 1966.

Cook repeatedly returned to the problems of estimating the pre-Columbian populations of California, Mexico, and other regions, and of tracing the rate and reasons for their subsequent decline. He often arrived at higher figures for pre-contact populations than had previous scholars, and his work has not escaped criticism within this controversial field (e.g., Mathes 2005)



Book on CD Edition produced by

The Again Shop

2012

The Book on CD-ROM Advantage. Print only the pages, passages or paragraphs you want. Search for key words or terms, Read from your laptop, home computer or mini when it pleases you, no need to purchase or carry around a separate piece of equipment. Share it electronically with friends and relatives. You have permission to re-sell copies as long as they are unchanged from this original. Supply your children with books on their computers instead of video games. Share with 1 or 100 students at the same time for educational purposes. Pay one low price and have as many books of this title that you want to print. CD-ROM Edition. Not a DVD, not an audio CD, no illustrations. Produced in a Microsoft Compatible Format for reading, printing, copying, searching key words, terms or passages or for research.

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