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  Volume 51, Number 2, Spring 2004

Table of Contents

From: Ethnohistory

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Oral Tradition of Origin as a Remembered Memory and a Repeated Event: Sorghum as a Gift in Jie and Turkana Historical Consciousness

pp. 223-256

The Gathering of the Clans: The Making of the Palikur Naone

pp. 257-291

Western Toba Messianism and Resistance to Colonization, 1915-1918

pp. 293-316

The Horizontal Archipelago: The Quijos/Upper Napo Regional System

pp. 317-357

Bartering Pahos with the President

pp. 359-414

Special Review Essay Section: The Current State of Maya Studies

Everything Old Is New Again

pp. 415-420

From Naked-Eye Astronomy to Races of Maize: Cultural Entanglements in Pre-Columbian Civilizations

pp. 421-428

Three Visions of the Maya, Three Visions of Mayanists: Maudslay, Proskouriakoff, and Schele

pp. 429-433

Ethnographic Perspectives in Maya Studies: Trends in Writing about Mayas in Guatemala, Mexico, and Belize

pp. 435-444

Book Reviews

Une histoire de la religion des Mayas: Du pantheisme au pantheon (review)

pp. 445-448

Salt: White Gold of the Ancient Maya (review)

pp. 448-450

Histories and Historicities in Amazonia (review)

pp. 450-453

A Forest of Time: American Indian Ways of History (review)

pp. 453-454

Essie's Story: The Life and Legacy of a Shoshone Teacher (review)

pp. 454-457