Website or Ebook on bones?
Post ID#10634 - replied 8/8/2008 12:09 AM
Look into utilizing interlibrary loan through your local library. As an example, my town library allows me to submit up to 5 requests for interlibrary loan materials at a time, either by filling out a request card in person or online through their website. They usually require the book's title, author(s), ISBN, and want to know when you need it by. I have had books come as quickly as a few days, or sometimes have had to wait several weeks. If you're not in a particular hurry, it can be a fantastic option for getting your hands on books.
Hope that helps. Good luck,
Post ID#10635 - replied 8/8/2008 12:50 AM
Also try Brothwell's Digging up Bones. I just love the guy so I'll push anything by him.
Those are a couple general books for human osteology. I can get back to you if you want animal stuff.
http://www.babao.org - you can get resource links from their site
Post ID#10636 - replied 8/8/2008 10:52 AM
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