A = Annual Report. B = Bulletin. C = Contributions to North American Ethnology. I =Introductions. M = Miscellaneous Publications. P = Publications of the Institute of Social Anthropology.
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|Races of Chile, The physical anthropology of the internal organs among the (Henckel).||B||143, vol. 6, pp. 145-156.|
|Radlin, Paul. The Winnebago tribe||A||37, 35.|
|Ramah Navaho, The (Kluckbohn)||B||196, Anthrop. Pap. No. 79.|
|Randle, Martha Champion. See Fenton, William N., editor.|
|Rands, Robert L.:|
Some manifestations of water in Mesoamerican art
|B||157, Anthrop. Pap. No. 48.|
The water lily in Maya art: A complex of alleged Asiatic origin.
|B||151, Anthrop. Pap. No. 34.|
|Rau, Charles. Observations on cup-shaped and other lapidarian sculptures in the Old World and in America.||C||5.|
|Recording devices, Mnemonic and (Bennett)||B||143, vol. 5, pp. 611-619.|
|Redbird Smith Movement, The (Thomas)||B||180, pp. 159-166.|
|Regimentation (Powell)||A||15, CIV.|
|Relación of 1746, Sedelmayr's (Ives)||B||123, Anthrop. Pap. No. 9.|
|Relationship, Terms of, used by the Innuit (Dall)||C||1, 117.|
|Religion, Ghost-dance (Mooney)||A||14, 641.|
|Religion and shamanism (Métraux)||B||143, vol. 5, pp. 559-599.|
|Religion of Handsome Lake: Its origin and development (Deardorff).||B||149, 77-107.|
|Religious beliefs and medical practices of the Creek Indians (Swanton).||A||42, 473.|
|Religious beliefs and usages of the Chickasaw Indians, Social and (Swanton).||A||44, 169.|
|Religious life of the Zuñi child (M. C. Stevenson)||A||5, 533.|
|Rembert mounds, Elbert County, Georgia, The (Caldwell).||B||154, Riv. Bas. Surv. Pap. No. 6.|
|Revaluation of the Eastern Siouan problem, with particular emphasis on the Virginia branches - the Occaneechi, the Saponi, and the Tutelo (Miller).||B||164, Anthrop. Pap. No. 52.|
|Rice. See Wild rice.|
|Riddell, Francis A., Laguna, Frederica de, et al. Archeology of the Yakutat Bay area. Alaska.||B||192.|
|Riesenberg, Saul H., and Shigeru, Kaneshiro. A Caroline Islands script.||B||172, Anthrop. Pap. No. 60.|
|Riggs, Stephen Return:|
Dakota-English dictionary, A
Dakota grammar, texts and ethnography
Illustration of the method of recording Indian languages.
|Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico, The physiography of the (Hewett, Henderson, and Robbins).||B||54.|
|Rio Negro Basin, The hunting and gathering tribes of the (Métraux).||B||143, vol. 3, pp. 861-867.|
|Rise of the Cherokee State as an instance in a class, The: The "Mesopotamian" career to statehood (Gearing).||B||180, pp. 125-134.|
|Ritchie, William A. Iroquois archeology and settlement patterns.||B||180, pp. 25-38.|
|River Basin Surveys Papers:|
No. 7 (whole volume)
No. 8 (whole volume)
No. 25 (whole volume)
No. 39 (whole volume)
|Robbins, Wilfred W., and others:|
Ethnobotany of the Tewa Indians
The physiography of the Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico.
|Roberts, Frank H. H., Jr.|
Archeological remains in the Whitewater District, eastern Arizona. Part I: House types
Archeological remains in the Whitewater District, eastern Arizona. Part II. Artifacts and burials. With appendix, Skeletal remains from the Whitewater District, eastern Arizona, by T. D. Stewart.
Early Pueblo ruins in the Piedra District, southwestern Colorado.
Shabik'eshchee village, a late Basket Maker site in the Chaco Canyon, New Mexico.
The ruins at Kiatuthlanna, eastern Arizona
The Village of the Great Kivas on the Zuñi Reservation, New Mexico.
editor, River Basin Surveys Papers Numbers 9-14
editor, River Basin Surveys Papers Numbers 15-20
editor, River Basin Surveys Papers Numbers 21-24
editor, River Basin Surveys Papers Numbers 25
editor, River Basin Surveys Papers Numbers 26-32
editor, River Basin Surveys Papers Numbers 33-38
|Roberts, Helen H.; See Harrington, J. P., and Roberts, Helen H.|
|Roberts, Helen H., Haeberlin., H. K.; and Teit, James A.||A||41, 119.|
Coiled basketry in British Columbia and surrounding region.
|Root, William C. Metallurgy||B||143, vol. 5, pp. 205-225.|
|Roth, Walter E.:|
Additional studies of the arts, crafts, and customs of the Guiana Indians with special reference to those of southern British Guiana.
An inquiry into the animism and folk-lore of the Guiana Indians.
An introductory study of the arts, crafts, and customs of the Guiana Indians.
|B||143, vol. 5, pp. 493-502.|
|B||143, vol. 4, pp. 507-546.|
|B||143, vol. 4, pp. 547-565.|
|B||143, vol. 4, pp. 497-503.|
The West Indies: An introduction
|B||143, vol. 4, pp. 495-496.|
|Rowe, John Howland. Inca culture at the time of the Spanish Conquest.||B||143, vol. 2, pp. 183-330.|
|Royce, Charles C.:|
Cessions of lands by Indian tribes to the United States: Illustrated by those in the State of Indiana.
Indian land cessions in the United States (with introduction by Cyrus Thomas).
The Cherokee nation of Indians: A narrative of their official relations with the Colonial and Federal governments.
|Rubber (Métraux)||B||143, vol. 5, pp. 227-228.|
|Ruin, Casa Grande (C. Mindeleff)||A||13, 289.|
|Ruin, Casa Grande, Repair of, in 1891 (C. Mindeleff)||A||15, 315.|
See also Twenty-eighth Annual Report.
at Kiatuthlanna, eastern Arizona (Roberts)
Cliff, of Canyon de Chelly (C. Mindeleff)
Early Pueblo, in the Piedra district, southwestern Colorado (Roberts).
pueblo, Two summers' work in (Fewkes)
|A||22, (pt. 1), 3.|
|Russell, Frank. The Pima Indians||A||26, 3.|