Included in this journal (pp. 157-355) are Navaho Diagnosticians, by l.C. Wyman, Internal Linguistic Evidence Suggestive of the Northern Origin of the Navaho, by E. Sapir, and A Summary of Jicarilla Apache Culture, by M.E. OPler.
Essays on Indian Art and Culture
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New York: 1961. 424 pages, over 100 large color and b/w photographs. Cloth cover.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, Office of Indian Affairs, Bulletin 1926, No. 9, 1927. 10 pages.
1930; 1965 (reprint). Vol. 43, 448 pages; 10 papers, of which 5 deal with the North American Indian. The authors are Parsons Zuni Tales, Benedict, Stephen, Walton, and Beckwith.
Berkeley: 1950. iii, 86 pages (6 papers), 1 photograph, 2 maps.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, Office of Indian Affairs, Bulletin 1927, No. 1, 1927. 4 pages.
Indian Arts Fund, Ft. Worth and Santa Fe: 1966. 18 pages, 6 pages of b/w and 12 pages of color photographs.
American Tribal Religions, Museum of Northern Arizona, Vol. 4, 1979. 154 pages, 20 illustrations.
855 pages. This Report contains eighteen papers on the anthropology of tghe North American and Mesoamerican Indian.
lvxi, 815 pages. This Report contains a report on the work of the BAE and several papers on anthropology.
xli, 808 pages. Several papers on anthropology and on the North American Indian are found in this Report.
lv, 713 pages.
xvi, 738 pages.
lvii, 726 pages.
xii, 688 pages.
xii, 633 pages.
xiv, 448 pages. Soft cover. Indian Cultures of Northwestern South America by Krieger is included in this Report.
xiii, 421 pages.
ix, 481 pages.
ix, 455 pages.
x, 499 pages.
x, 559 pages. Three papers on the ethnology of North and South American native peoples are featured in this Report.
x, 693 pages.
x, 605 pages. "New World History" by Gordon Willey is a featured paper in this Report.