Easter Island: Archaeology, Ecology, and Culture

Easter Island: Archaeology, Ecology, and Culture

by Jo Anne Van Tilburg
Foreword by John Mack

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Among Stone Giants

Among Stone Giants: The Life of Katherine Routledge and Her Remarkable Expedition to Easter Island
by Jo Anne Van Tilburg

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Katherine Routledge is a central figure in the history of Easter Island, one of the world’s most remote and mysterious locales.

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Stone: A Substantial Witness

By David Scheinbaum
Foreword by Jo Anne Van Tilburg
Museum of New Mexico Press
October 2006

Stone—iconic, mutable, durable, sensual—is the chosen medium for mankind’s expression of eternal truths and a worthy subject of the photographer’s art.

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Remote Possibilities

Remote Possibilities: Hoa Hakanana I’a and HMS Topaze on Rapa Nui

by Jo Anne Van Tilburg with drawings by Cristián Arévalo Pakarati
British Museum Research Publication no. 158.
October 2005

In 1868, Hoa Hakanana I’a was discovered on Rapa Nui (Easter Island), Polynesia. From there it was shipped to England on board HMS Topaze,

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Mapping Features

by Jo Anne Van Tilburg, Cristián Arévalo Pakarati, and Alice Hom
in Section 2: Base Recording: Gathering Information. Pages 31–36.

EISP contributed a case study on GPS mapping of features in Rano Raraku Quarry to this handbook of documentation techniques.  Not for sale through the Mana Foundation or the Easter Island Statue Project, please visit the main page for this publication: The Getty Conservation Institute