For an explanation of the contents, see "Note" [pp. i-ii], written by Clifford Evans, Chairman, Department of Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History, who concluded, "The appearance of Bulletin 200 brings to an end all publication under the Bureau [of American Ethnology] name." This final listing offers the layman and the professional scholar alike a complete guide to BAE-published research, 1877-1971.
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