GEORGE A. DORSEY. A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF PERU.
Джордж А. Дорси. Блиблиография Антропологии Перу.
OF THE ANTHROPOLOGY
GEORGE A. DORSEY,
Acting Curator, Department of Anthropology.
CHICAGO, U. S. A.
< < 134, 135, 140, <( 143, 147, (< 176, << 178, 184, 191, 193, 197, 198, u line 8, for Acuna read Acuña. ' 25, " Juncos " Yuncas. 1 9, " Akad " (Kön. Akad. der Wis). ' \6,/or Hispano-Ulkamarina read Hispano-Ultramina. '27, " Cy read C. y. ' " " del a read della. ' 7 (from bottom), read (margin) 1849 instead of 1595. ' 9, for Cronan read Cronau. '18, " Eleroy read Elroy. ' 22, " Description read Descripción. ' " " estaditica read estadística. ' 8, " Ternaux read Ternaux-Compans. ' 7, " Giglioli (H.H.) raw/Giglioli (E). ' 6, for Jarma read Tarma. ' 5 (from bottom), for Antiquadades read Antigüedades. ' 3 " "' " Antiguidades " Antigüedades. ' \A,for Boudoin read Baudoin. ' 4 (from bottom),for Drognes read Drogues. ' 2\,for Quichaus read Quichuas. ' 22, " Montana read Montaña. ' 23, " Acura read Acuña. ' 24, " Meigs (J. A.) read (Meigs J. Aitken). ' 27, omit Meigs (J. Aitken) and insert- 4 6, for Antiguadades read Antigüedades. ' 35 to end, transfer to Rich (Obadiah). lines 6 and 3, (from bottom) for Indegenas read Indígenas. line 2 from end, for In Mappe read Maps. between lines 23 and 24 insert (Vol. 17. See Fernandez Montesinos (E. L. D.) Memoires. Paris. 1840. 8° ). line 9 (from bottom), for Chuquiasca read Chuquisaca. " l,for Mapoteca read Mapoteca. " 8 (from bottom), for Tourancen read Touranien. " 7 " " " anciem read anciens. " 24 (in margin), insert 1892. 200, FIELD COLUMBIAN MUSEUM PUBLICATION 23. ANTHROPOLOGICAL SERIES. VOL. II, N A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF PERU. BY GEORGE A. DORSEY, Acting Curator, Department of Anthropology. THE LIBRARY OF THE FEB 17 1938 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS CHICAGO, U. S. A. January, 1898. 57 2,. 05 Cop • 2. 5 A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF PERU. BY GEORGE A. DORSEY. INTRODUCTION. What was begun in 1893 as a labor of love, has been brought to a finish amid difficulties and the stress of work attendant upon new fields of investigation. While pursuing a special course of study in the Graduate Depart- ment of Harvard University, in 1893-94, I began to form a card cat- alogue of the more important books which treat of the antiquities of Peru. This was done merely for my own benefit and to aid me in the particular line of investigation with which at that time I was occupied. Such a catalogue seemed all the more necessary to me, as I could find no list of books of any value which related to Peru, and my studies led me into all the many interesting problems for which that country is so justly famous. It soon became apparent that the work of making anything like a complete list of books which relate to the Anthropology of Peru would be long and laborious, and at one time I decided to abandon the idea; but with the kindly advice of Dr. Winsor and thé cordial assistance of Mr. Kiernan, both of the Harvard Library, I took hold of the work anew, and set out with the deliberate intention of making a complete list of all the books, pamphlets and magazine articles which related in any way to the anthropology of Peru. The aim has been to cover the whole ground, aud from the earliest times down to the present day, to include such works as treat of the modern Indians as well of the Peruvians of ancient times, and finally to include all known editions of the early Spanish authorities. To what extent the list here presented falls short of this high aim no one knows so fully as I do. Although having at my command the exten- sive libraries of Harvard and Boston, yet for many titles I have had to refer to the catalogue of the British Museum Library, and to those of Sabine, Harisse, Quaritch, Dufossè, Hierseman, Winsor, etc. On account of the additional interest which is imparted to a book when something is known of the author, I have given short biograph- ical sketches of about fifty of the more important authors of the early Spanish times. Indeed, with many of these early writers the very 55 56 FIELD COLUMBIAN MUSEUM- ANTHROPOLOGY, VOL. II. facts of their lives are what make their writings of so great import- ance. In the preparation of these biographies I am especially indebted to the two chapters on Peru by Clements R. Markham, in Vols. I and II of Dr. Winsor's Narrative and Critical History of America. This is my first attempt at bibliography; it shall be my last as well, although I hope, in a second part, to attempt to compile an index by subjects and topics, which will enable any one to look up such titles as relate to special matters. When that is •finished and an index to the literature of the most interesting country in America, as viewed by the anthropologist, is thus rendered available for students, I shall not feel that I have labored in vain. BIBLIOGRAPHY. 1578 ACOSTA (CHRISTOVAL DE) Tractado de las drogas y medi- cinas de las Indias Orientales, con sus plantas debuxadas al vivo por C. A....en el qual se verifica mucho de lo que escrivo el Dr. Garcia de Orta. Burgos. 1578. 1582 -C. or Coste Aromatum et medicatorum in Orientali India nascentium liber... .С. Chisii opera ex Hispánico ser- mone Latinus factus in epitomen contractus, etc. 1582. 8o 1619 -Traicté de Christophe de la Coste des drogues et des médicament, qui naissent aux Indes, traduit par de l'Ecluse. Figures. Lyon. 1619. 8°. [Montalvo refers to a speech made by Christoval de Acosta at the third Council of Lima, 1583.] 1588-9 ACOSTA (JOSÉ DE) De Natura Novi Orbis Libri duo et de Promulgatione Evangelii apud Barbaros. Salamanca. 1588-9. I595 -(Second edition.) Salamanca. 1595. 1596 . -(Another edition.) Colonice Agrippinœ. 1596. 12o. 1590 —--Historia Natural y Moral de las Indias, en que se tratan las cosas notables del Cielo, y Elementos, Metales, Plantas y Animales délias; y los Ritos, y Ceremonias, Leyes, y Gobierno y Guerras de los Indios. Sevilla. 1590. 40. 1591--(Another edition.) Barcelona. 1591. 8o- 1608--(Another edition.) Madrid. 1608. 1610--(Another edition.) Madrid. 1610. 1792 -(Another edition.) 2 vols. Madrid. 1792. 40. 1596 - Historia naturale e morale della Indie novamente tradotta____de Giovanni Paolo Gallado. Venetia. 1596. 4°- i 57 FIELD COLUMBIAN MUSEUM—ANTHROPOLOGY, VOL. II. --Histoire naturelle et morale des Indes, tant Orient- ailes qu' Occidentalles ; traduites en François par Robert Regnault, Cauxois. Paris. 1597. 8°. ---(Another edition.) Paris. 1600. 8°. -(Another edition.) 1601. Fol. --(Another edition.) Paris. 1606. 8°. --(Another edition.) Paris. 1616. 8°- --Historié naturall ende morael van de Westorsche Indien.... overghent door J. Huyghen van Linschoten. Enckhuysen. 1598. 8°. --Ontdekking Van West Indien .... door J. DA.... 1592 nyt het Spaans Verladd P. Van de Aa, etc. Deil 8. 1727. Fol. -(Another edition.) & THEODOR DE BRY. Von Ge- legenheit der Elemente natur de Neuer Welt. J. H. Van Lin- schoten. 1601. Fol. --(Another edition.) See THEODOR DE BRY. America nova pars... .denovis orbis naturae Acosta. America. Pars IX. Francoforti. 1602. Fol. --(Another edition.) See THEODOR DE BRY. Parali- pomena Americas, hoe est discursus accurataque Americae descriptio. America. Pars XII. Frankforti. 1624. Fol. -The Naturall and Morall Historié of the East and West Indies.... written in Spanish.... translated into Eng- lish by E. G. (Edward Grimeston). 1604. 40. -- (Another edition.) Reprinted from the English translated edition of E. Grimeston, 1604, with notes by Clements R. Markham. 2 vols. Lotidon. 1880. 8°. (Hakluyt Society, Nos. 60 and 61.) [José de Acosta, one of the best known writers on Ameri- can history, born 1540, at Medina-del-Campo, Old Castille. Entered Society of Jesus, 1553. Taught theology at Ocana; went to Peru, 1571, and remained fifteen years. In Mexico and Antilles two years. Returned to Spain with MSS.; became rector of Salamanca. Died,. 1600. Of great learning but not well acquainted with native languages.] JAN. 1898. BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ANTHROPOLOGY OF PERU—DORSEY. 59 1848 ACOSTA (J.) Colonel. Compendio histórico del descubri- miento y colonización de la Nueva Granada én el siglo décimo sexto. Paris. 1848. i860 -See BOLLAERT (D.) Antiquarian .... researches in New Granada, etc. London, i860. 8°. (Acosta's work makes use of two unpublished parts of Pedro Simon's MS.) 1641 ACUNA (EL PADRE CHRISTOVAL DE) Nuevo Descubrimiento der gran Rio de las Amazonas... .al qual fue, y se hizo por orden de su Magestad, el año de 1639, por la provincia de Quito en los Rey nos del Peru. Madrid. 1641. 40. (Chaps. XXVI-XLIII describe Indian tribes. Acuna's party were the first whites to traverse the region mentioned.) 1891 -(Another edition.) Madrid. 1891. 8°. (Vol. II. Colecion de libros que tratan de America raros y curiosas.) 1682. - Relation de la riviére des Amazons, traduite par de Gomberville sur l'original Espagnol du P. C. d'A. Avec une dissertation sur la riviere des Amazones pour servir de preface. 4 vols. Paris. 1682. 12o.