A = Annual Report. B = Bulletin. C = Contributions to North American Ethnology. I =Introductions. M = Miscellaneous Publications. P = Publications of the Institute of Social Anthropology.
|Painting, face and body. See Teit, James A.|
|Paiute, Panatübiji', and Owens Valley (Steward)||B||119, Anthrop. Pap. No. 6.|
|Palerm, Angel, and Kelly, Isabel. The Tajín Totonac: Part I. History, subsistence, shelter, and technology.||P||13.|
|Pampean Hunters, The Patagonian and (Cooper)||B||143, vol. 1, pp. 127-168.|
|Pamunkey Indians of Virginia (Pollard)||B||17.|
|Panamá, The archeology of (Lothrop)||B||143, vol. 4, pp. 143-167.|
|Panamá Canal, The tribes west and south of the (Lothrop).||B||143, vol. 4, pp. 253-256.|
|Panatübiji', an Owens Valley Paiute (Steward)||B||119, Anthrop. Pap. No. 6.|
|Pancararú, The (Lowie)||B||143, vol. 1, p. 561.|
|Papago music (Densmore)||B||90.|
|Paraná Delta and La Plata Littoral, Indians of the (Lothrop).||B||143, vol. 1, pp. 177-190.|
|Paraná River, The archeology of the (Aparicio)||B||143, vol. 3, pp. 57-67.|
|Paressí, The (Métraux)||B||143, vol. 3, pp. 349-360.|
|Parintintin, and their neighbors, The Cawahíb (Nimuendajú).||B||143, vol. 3 pp. 283-297.|
|Park, Willard Z. Tribes of the Sierra-Nevada de Santa Marta.||B||143, vol. 2, pp. 865-886.|
|Parsons, Elsie Clews.|
Isleta, New Mexico
Isleta paintings, with introduction and commentary by. Edited by Esther S. Goldfrank.
|Pasto, and Coaiquer, The modern Quillacinga (Ortíz)||B||143 vol. 2, pp. 961-968.|
|Patagonia, The archeology of (Bird)||B||143, vol. 1, pp. 17-24.|
|Patagonian and Pampean Hunters, The (Cooper)||B||143, vol. 1, pp. 127-168.|
|Patángoro and Amaní, The (Kirchhoff)||B||143, vol. 4, pp. 339-348.|
|Patashó linguistic families. See Mashacali, Patashó, and Malalí linguistic families (Métraux and Nimuendajú).|
|Pathological changes in South American Indian skeletal remains (Stewart).||B||143, vol. 6, pp. 49-52.|
|Pathology of Chile, The geographical (Herzog)||B||143, vol. 6, pp. 137-144.|
|Paul Brave site (32S14), Oahe Reservoir area, North Dakota (Wood and Woolworth)||B||189, Riv. Bas. Surv. Pap. No. 33.|
|Pawnee archeology, An introduction to (Wedel)||B||112.|
|Pawnee ceremony, The Hako: A (A. C. Fletcher)||A||22 (pt. 2), 5.|
|Pawnee music (Densmore)||B||93.|
|Paya, and Jicaque, The Mosquito, Sumo. The Caribbean Lowland tribes: (Kirchhoff).||B||143, vol. 4, pp. 219-229.|
|Peachtree Mound and village site, Cherokee County, North Carolina (Setzler and Jennings).||B||131.|
|Peachtree Site, North Carolina, Skeletal material from (Stewart).||B||131, 81.|
|Peban tribes, The (Steward and Métraux)||B||143, vol. 3, pp. 727-736.|
|Penny capitalism, a Guatemalan Indian economy (Tax)||P||16.|
|Perforated stones from California (Henshaw)||B||2.|
A culture sequence for the North Coast of (Larco Hoyle).
|B||143, vol. 2, pp. 149-175.|
Primitive trephining in ancient (Muñiz and McGee).
Social and economico-political evolution of the communities of Central (Castro Pozo).
|B||143, vol. 2, pp. 483-499.|
Textile fabrics of ancient (Holmes)
|Peruvian civilization, The quipu and (Swanton)||B||133, Anthrop. Pap. No. 26.|
|Petersen, Karen Daniels. Chippewa mat-weaving techniques.||B||186, Anthrop. Pap. No. 67.|
|Petroglyphs (Rouse)||B||143, vol. 5, pp. 493-502.|
|Petrology of artifacts and architectural stone at La Venta, The (Curtis) (appendix 4).||B||170.|
Archeology of Arauquin
|B||123, Anthrop. Pap. No. 12.|
The Yaruros of the Capanaparo River, Venezuela.
|B||123, Anthrop. Pap. No. 11.|
|Philology, or the science of activities designed for expression (Powell).||A||20, CXXXIX|
|Physical anthropology of the internal organs among the races of Chile (Henckel).||B||143, vol. 6, pp. 145-156.|
|Physical anthropology of the Lenape or Delawares, and of the eastern Indians in general ().||B||62.|
|Physiography, The, of the Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico, in relation to Pueblo culture (Hewett, Henderson, and Robbins).||B||54.|
|Physiological and medical observations among Indians of southwestern United States and northern Mexico. ().||B||34.|
|Pickwick Basin. Alabama. Skeletal material from (Newman and Snow)||B||129, 393.|
|Pickwick Basin, An archeological survey of (Webb and DeJarnette).||B||129.|
|Pickwick Basin, Geology of (Jones)||B||129, 327.|
|Pickwick Basin Landing in the Tennessee River Valley, Mollusks found in shell mounds of (Morrison).||B||129, 337.|
|Pickwick pottery. A description and analysis of the (Haag).||B||129, 509.|
|Pictographs of the North American Indians (Mallery)||A||4, 3.|
Of the American Indians (Mallery)
Studies in Central America (Holden)
|Picuris children's stories, with texts and songs (Harrington and Roberts).||A||43, 289.|
|Pierson, Donald. Cruz das Almas: A Brazilian village||P||12.|
|Pigmentation and hair of South American Indians, The (Steggerda).||B||143, vol. 6, pp. 85-90.|
|Pilling, J. C.:|
Bibliography of the Algonquian languages
Bibliography of the Athapascan languages
Bibliography of the Chinookan languages
Bibliography of the Eskimo language
Bibliography of the Iroquoian languages
Bibliography of the Muskhogean languages
Bibliography of the Salishan languages
Bibliography of the Siouan languages
Bibliography of the Wakashan languages
Catalogue of linguistic manuscripts in the library of the Bureau of Ethnology.
Proof sheets of a bibliography of the languages of the North American Indians.
|Pima Indians, The (Russell)||A||26, 3.|
|Pipe, northern Arapaho flat, and the ceremony of covering the pipe (Carter).||B||119, Anthrop. Pap. No. 12.|
|Pirahá, The Mura and (Nimuendajú)||B||143, vol. 3, pp. 255-269.|
|Plains Apache archeology, An introduction to - the Dismal River Aspect (Gunnerson).||B||173, Anthrop. Pap. No. 58.|
|Plants, Uses of:|
By Indians of the Missouri River region (Gilmore)
By the Chippewa Indians (Densmore)
|Plants, Yucatan, Some ethnological data concerning one hundred (Steggerda).||B||136, Anthrop. Pap. No. 29.|
|Plants in tropical South America, The use of wild (Lévi-Strauss).||B||143, vol. 6, pp. 465-486.|
|Plants of South and Central America, Cultivated (Sauer).||B||143, vol. 6, pp. 465-486.|
|Pleasure; Esthetology, or the science of activities designed to give (Powell).||A||19, LV.|
|Poetry, Zuñi ritual (Bunzel)||A||47, 611.|
|Point Barrow expedition, Ethnological results of the (Murdoch).||A||9, 3.|
|Political organization of the Andean peoples, The social and (Kirchhoff).||B||143, vol. 5, pp. 293-340.|
|Political organization of the Tropical Forest and Marginal tribes, Social and (Lowie).||B||143, vol. 5, pp. 313-350.|
|Pollard, J. G. The Pamunkey Indians of Virginia||B||17.|
|Ponca tribe, The (Howard)||B||195.|
|Ponka and Omaha letters (Dorsey)||B||11.|
|Popayán region, Colombia, The archeology of the ((Lehmann).||B||143, vol. 2, pp. 861-864.|
|Population of South America, The native (Steward)||B||143, vol. 5, pp. 655-668.|
|Porto Rico and neighboring islands, Aborigines of (Fewkes).||A||25, 3.|
|Potomac and James Valleys, Archeological investigations in (Fowke).||B||23.|
|Potomac-Chesapeake tidewater province, Stone implements of (Holmes).||A||15, 3.|
Aboriginal, of the eastern United States (Holmes).
Ancient, of the Mississippi Valley (Holmes)
Designs on prehistoric Hopi (Fewkes)
of the ancient Pueblos (Holmes)
Prehistoric textile fabrics of the United States, derived from impressions on (Holmes).
Pueblo, as illustrative of Zuñi culture-growth (Cushing).
Vessels from the Upper Missouri, Observations on some nineteenth century (Wedel).
|B||164, Anthrop. Pap. No. 51|
|Pourchet, Maria Julia. Brazilian Mestizo types||B||143, vol. 6, pp. 111-120.|
|Powell, J. W.:|
Esthetology, or the science of activities designed to give pleasure.
Indian linguistic families of America north of Mexico.
Introduction to the study of Indian languages, with words, phrases, and sentences to be collected.
|I||1 and 2|
Map of linguistic stocks of American Indians north of Mexico.
On activital similarities
On limitations to the use of some anthropologic data.
On the evolution of language
Philology, or the science of activities designed for expression.
Sketch of the mythology of the North American Indians.
Sociology, or the science of institutions
Sophiology, or the science of activities designed to give instruction.
Technology, or the science of industries
Wyandot government: A short study of tribal society.
editor.Linguistics [of the tribes of California]
|Powers, Stephen. Tribes of California||C||3.|
|Preceramic and ceramic cultural patterns in northwest Virginia (Holland).||B||173, Anthrop. Pap. No. 57.|
|Prehistoric island culture area of America, A (Fewkes)||A||34, 35.|
|Prehistoric settlement pattern in the Virú Valley, Peru (Willey).||B||155.|
|Prehistoric sites in the region of Flagstaff, Arizona, A survey of (Colton).||B||104.|
|Prehistoric trephining and cranial amulets (R. Fletcher).||C||5.|
|Prehistoric villages, castles, and towers of southwestern Colorado (Fewkes).||B||70.|
|Prehistory and the Missouri Valley development program: summary report on the Missouri River Basin archeological survey in 1948 (Wedel).||B||154, Riv. Bas. Surv. Pap. No. 1.|
|Prehistory and the Missouri Valley development program: summary report on the Missouri River Basin archeological survey in 1949 (Wedel).||B||154, Riv. Bas. Surv. Pap. No. 2.|
|Prehistory of Panamá Viejo, The (Biese)||B||191, Anthrop. Pap. No. 68.|
|Primitive man in Argentina, The present status of the theories concerning (Frenguelli).||B||143, vol.6, pp. 11-17.|
|Primitive numbers (McGee)||A||19, 821.|
|"Principal People," 1960: A study of cultural and social groups of the Eastern Cherokee (Kupferer).||B||196, Anthrop. Pap. No. 78.|
|Problem of the Ohio mounds, The (Thomas)||B||8.|
|Projectile points and large blades, An analysis of (Holland).||B||160, 165.|
|Proof-sheets of a bibliography of the languages of the North American Indians (Pilling).||M||2.|
|Property among the Tropical Forest and Marginal tribes (Lowie).||B||143, vol. 5, pp. 351-367.|
|Psychological determinants of culture change in an Iroquoian community, Some (Wallace).||B||149, 55-76.|
|Publications of the Bureau of American Ethnology, List of.||B||24, 31, 36, 49, 58, 200;|
|A||17, 20, 28, 30;|
|M||1944, 1949, 1956, 1961.|
|Pueblo architecture: Tusayan and Cibola (V. Mindeleff).||A||8, 3.|
|Pueblo culture, The physiography of the Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico, in relation to (Hewett and others).||B||54.|
|Pueblo of Sia, New Mexico, The (White)||B||184.|
|Pueblo pottery as illustrative of Zuñi culture growth (Cushing).||A||4, 467.|
|Pueblo ruins, Early, in the Piedra district, southwestern Colorado (Roberts).||B||96.|
|Pueblo ruins, Two summers' work in (Fewkes)||A||22, (pt. 1), 3.|
|Pueblos, ancient, Pottery of the (Holmes)||A||4, 257.|
|Puerto Rico, The ethnography of (Hostos)||B||143, vol. 4, pp. 540-542.|
|Puna and the Quebrada de Humahuaca, The cultures of the (Casanova).||B||143, vol. 2, pp. 619-631.|
|Purí-Coroado linguistic family, The (Métraux)||B||143, vol. 1, pp. 523-530.|