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Editor , Archaeology writer

Jane Gaythorne Libby, American Archaeology writer, editors Member Society for American Archaeology, National Wildlife Federation F C.

Background

Libby, Jane Gaythorne was born on June 27, 1934 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Carl Estes and Esther May (Holton) Libby.

Education

Bachelor in English, Bates College, 1956; student, Boston University, 1984.

Career

With, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1956-1960; associate editor, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1960-1970; senior editor, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1970-1984; freelance editor, various companies including Ligature, Charlesbridge Publication, since 1985; editor, crew member during field season, Andover Foundation Archeological Research, Andover, since 1986; laboratory director in China, Andover Foundation Archeological Research, Andover, 1993-1996.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Editor various materials including Pendejo Cave, 2003, Excavation of Pintada Rockshelter, 1998, Late Pleistocene Human Friction Skin Prints from Pendejo Cave, New Mexico, 1996, 2d Annual Report of the Sino-American Jiangxi Origin of Rice Project, 1997, Preliminary Investigations of the Archaic in the Region of Las Cruces, New Mexico, 1993, Visit to a Coral Reef, 1992, A More Perfect Union, 1991, The Archaic Chihuahua Tradition, 1989, A History of the World, 1985, Planet Earth, 1976, The Mexican American, 1973, Astrology: The Divine Science, 1971, Reincarnation, 1968.

Membership

Member Society for American Archaeology, National Wildlife Federation F C.

Connections

father:
Carl Estes Libby

mother:
Esther May (Holton) Libby