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Evans Hosteen Bear loses the second fall (sequal to The White Haired one wrestles the bear) 1948
Evans How Jackrabbit got is long ears; a Navaho folk story 1947
Evans Jeff Davis and operation camel 1952
Evans Monk-e business 1989
Evans Navajo Folk Lore 1948
Evans Navajo folk lore 1935
Evans Sagacious Saguaro; through the centuries it has provided desert Indians with fuel, shelter and food 1952
Evans Sandpaintings 1951
Evans Stratigraphiv analysis of the Toroweap Formation (Permian) between Sycamore and Oak Creek Canyons, Arizona 1972
Evans The headhunters: in Arizona, both palefaces and Indians exhibited ghastly obsessions for enemy skulls 1970
Evans The mysterious lady in blue 1959
Evans The mysterious lady in blue 1959
Evans The Navajo way: as related to pregnancy, childbearing and childrearing 1975
Evans The Navajo way: as related to pregnancy, childbearing and childrearing 1975
Evans The origin of Navajo sandpainting 1955
Evans The venerable Hos-too-e discusses owls 1938
Evans The white haired one wrestles with Hosteen Bear; a Navaho folk story 1948
Evans The white haired one wrestles with Hosteen Bear; a Navaho folk story 1948
Evans Dolph Evans 1956
Evans Arizona cattle brands 1960
Evans A cloud-burst on the desert 1969
Evans Useful trees of the desert 1967
Evans Watch for deer 1961
Evans Watch for deer 1961
Evans Witches' brew 1957
Everett Chemical and biological patterns in the Lower Colorado River System 1973
Everett Water quality perspectives in recreation management 1974
Everrett Getting ready for the roller coaster ride 1975