Bandelier, Adolph Francis Alphonse, 1840-1914

Alternative names
Dates:
Birth 1840-08-06
Death 1914-03-18
Swiss
Spanish; Castilian, French, English, German

Biographical notes:

Adolph Bandelier was a prominent archaeologist in the Southwest and Latin America. His second wife Fanny Ritter Bandelier was intimately involved with his professional career, most often as a translator. The Bandeliers' were in Spain, locating and translating Spanish documents pertaining to the Southwest, at the time of Adolph's death in 1914. Fanny Ritter Bandelier finished the work in Spain, returned to the United States, and taught at Fisk University until her death in 1936.

From the description of Bandelier collection, 1880-1966, (bulk, 1880-1927). (Museum of New Mexico Library). WorldCat record id: 37518581

Swiss-American historian, archaeologist, anthropologist and explorer.

From the guide to the Adolph Francis Alphonse Bandelier photographs and typescript of a letter, 1940 and undated, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.)

Bandelier was a famous American archeologist and explorer, here reporting from Santa Fe.

From the description of Letters, 1891 : to Charles Lummis. (Copley Press, J S Copley Library). WorldCat record id: 17021677

Adolph F. Bandelier, 1840-1914, began archaeological explorations in New Mexico in 1880 as the first Fellow of the Archaeological Institute of America. While he also conducted expeditions in South America and Mexico, this collection pertains to his Southwestern explorations. This period of his research was overseen by Professor Charles Eliot Norton, of Harvard, who was President of the Archaeological Institute of America at the time. Norton employed Bandelier to pursue investigations in New Mexico. His work was also heavily influenced by Lewis Henry Morgan.

From the description of Sketches, 1880-1893. (University of New Mexico-Main Campus). WorldCat record id: 48102284

Adolph F. Bandelier. Part of the Identified Persons Pictorial Collection PICT 992-014 (Box 1, Folder 1).

Adolph F. Bandelier, 1840-1914, began archaeological explorations in New Mexico in 1880 as the first Fellow of the Archaeological Institute of America. While he also conducted expeditions in South America and Mexico, this collection pertains to his Southwestern explorations. This period of his research was overseen by Professor Charles Eliot Norton, of Harvard, who was President of the Archaeological Institute of America at the time. Norton employed Bandelier to pursue investigations in New Mexico. His work was also heavily influenced by Lewis Henry Morgan.

From the guide to the Adolph Francis Alphonse Bandelier Sketches, 1880-1893, (University of New Mexico. Center for Southwest Research.)

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Subjects:

  • Archaeology--Southwest, New
  • Excavations (Archaeology)
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of North America--History--Sources
  • Pueblo Indians--Antiquities
  • Missions--History--Sources
  • Ethnology
  • Pueblo Indians
  • Archaeology--Mexico
  • Excavations (Archeology)
  • Tiwa Indians
  • Zuni Indians
  • Ethnology--Andes Region
  • Indians of North America--Antiquities
  • Archaeologists
  • Ethnology--Southwest, New
  • Indians of North America--Southwest, New--Antiquities
  • Mines and Mineral Resources
  • Indians of Mexico--History--Sources
  • Acoma Indians
  • Archaeology
  • Indians of Mexico
  • Mines and mineral resources--Peru
  • Missions
  • Excavations (Archaeology)--New Mexico

Occupations:

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Places:

  • New Mexico (as recorded)
  • Mexico, North (as recorded)
  • Bandelier National Monument (N.M.) (as recorded)
  • Peru (as recorded)
  • New Mexico (as recorded)
  • Southwest, New (as recorded)
  • Arizona (as recorded)
  • Peru (as recorded)
  • West (U.S.) (as recorded)
  • Mexico (as recorded)
  • Southwest, New (as recorded)
  • Mexico (as recorded)
  • New Mexico (as recorded)
  • Southwest, New (as recorded)
  • Arizona (as recorded)
  • New Mexico (as recorded)
  • America (as recorded)
  • New Mexico (as recorded)
  • Mexico (as recorded)
  • New Mexico (as recorded)
  • New Mexico (as recorded)
  • Cibola (Ariz.) (as recorded)
  • Bandelier National Monument (N.M.) (as recorded)
  • Chaco Canyon (N.M.) (as recorded)
  • Southwest, New (as recorded)
  • Southwest, New (as recorded)
  • Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico) (as recorded)
  • Andes Region (as recorded)
  • America (as recorded)
  • Rio Grande (as recorded)
  • New Mexico (as recorded)
  • Santa Fe (N.M.) (as recorded)
  • Mexico--Chihuahua (State) (as recorded)
  • Sonora (Mexico : State) (as recorded)
  • Arizona (as recorded)
  • Chihuahua (Mexico) (as recorded)