Table of contents for Ishi's brain : in search of America's last "wild" Indian / Orin Starn.


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Acknowledgments
Prologue: Ishi and Me
Chapter One: A "Compromise between Science and Sentiment"
Chapter Two: The Wild Man of Deer Creek
Chapter Three: Alfred, Theodora, and Ishi
Chapter Four: Ishi's Ancestors
Chapter Five: Oroville
Chapter Six: The Destruction of the Yahi
Chapter Seven: Niche 601
Chapter Eight: "Doctor Kroeber's Pet Buffalo"
Chapter Nine: The Paper Trail
Chapter Ten: The Wet Collection
Chapter Eleven: Ale_ Hrdli_ka and the Great Brain Hunt
Chapter Twelve: The Maidu Go to Washington
Chapter Thirteen: Lines of Descent
Chapter Fourteen: Ancestral Gatherings
Chapter Fifteen: Grizzly Bear's Hiding Place
Chapter Sixteen: The Sacred Fire
Chapter Seventeen: Dersch Meadow		
Epilogue: Vera's Party
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Ishi, d, 1916Yana Indians Biography, Yana Indians Anthropometry, Kroeber, A, L, (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960 Relations with Yana Indians, Kroeber, Theodora Relations with Yana Indians, Human remains (Archaeology) Repatriation United States, Human remains (Archaeology) Moral and ethical aspects United States, Cultural property Repatriation United States