The Cone-Dwellers of Asia Minor / The Murman Coast A Primitive People who Live in Nature-Made Apartment Houses, Fashioned by Volcanic Violence and Trickling Streams

By: Sterrett, J. R. Sitlington

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B&W Photographs; This is a DISBOUND article from National Geographic Magazine. It is NOT a photocopied edition. Includes Two articles--the Cone Dwellers, and, The Murman Coast:Arctic Gateway for American and Allied Expeditionary Forces in Northern European Russia (no author given). Includes 26 pages of text for the first article (text printed on both sides) and 9 pages of text for second article. There are 53 black & white photographs by the author for the first article and 31 black & white photographs for the second (no attribution given). Text pages are clean and bright, with no nicks, tears, edge wear or discoloration. The first article is an in-depth look at the people who have hollowed out and dwelt (and did still dwell at the time of writing) in volcanic cones in Asia Minor. The second article is an overview about the Murman Coast and how it was accessed during World War I.

Title: The Cone-Dwellers of Asia Minor / The Murman Coast A Primitive People who Live in Nature-Made Apartment Houses, Fashioned by Volcanic Violence and Trickling Streams

Author Name: Sterrett, J. R. Sitlington

Illustrator: Illustrated by J. R. Sitlington Sterrett

Categories: Anthropology,

Publisher: Washington D. C., National Geographic: 1919

Binding: Magazine

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 29331

Keywords: Anthropology Anthropo-geography J. R. Sitlington Sterrett Architecture Volcanoes Dwellings Homes and Haunts Asia Minor anthropology,