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Am Anthrop Discussion 1895
Am Anthrop Discussion 1895
Am Anthrop Discussion 1895
Am Anthrop Southern extension of prehistoric Tusayan 1896
Am Anthrop The snake ceremonials at Walpi Bourke 1895
Am Anthrop Vesper hours of the stone age Bourke 1890
Am Anthrop Primitive cooper working: an experimental study Bushing 1894
Am Anthrop Primitive cooper working: an experimental study Cushing 1894
Am Anthrop Primitive copper working: an experimental study Cushing 1894
Am Anthrop A Central American ceremony which suggests the snake dance of the Tusayan villagers Fewkes 1893
Am Anthrop A comparison of Sia and Tusayan snake ceremonials Fewkes 1895
Am Anthrop A contribution to ethnobotany Fewkes 1896
Am Anthrop A contribution to ethnobotany Fewkes 1896
Am Anthrop An ancient human effigy vase from Arizona Fewkes 1898
Am Anthrop An ancient human effigy vase from Arizona Fewkes 1898
Am Anthrop A-wa-to bi: an archeological verification of a Tusayan legend Fewkes 1893
Am Anthrop Hopi ceremonial frames from Canon de Chelly Fewkes 1906
Am Anthrop Hopi shrines near the East Mesa, Arizona Fewkes 1906
Am Anthrop Hopi snake washing Fewkes 1898
Am Anthrop Morphology of Tusayan altars Fewkes 1897
Am Anthrop On certain personages who appear in a Tusayan ceremony Fewkes 1894
Am Anthrop Pacific coast shells from prehistoric Tusayan pueblos Fewkes 1896
Am Anthrop The aloska cult of the Hopi Indians Fewkes 1899
Am Anthrop The feather symbol in ancient Hopi designs Fewkes 1898
Am Anthrop The feather symbol in ancient Hopi designs Fewkes 1898
Am Anthrop The kinship of a Tanoan-speaking community in Tusayan Fewkes 1894
Am Anthrop The kinship of the Tusayan villagers Fewkes 1894
Am Anthrop The lesser new-fire ceremony at Walpi Fewkes 1901
Am Anthrop The new-fire ceremony at Walpi Fewkes 1900
Am Anthrop The prehistoric culture of Tusayan Fewkes 1896
Am Anthrop The prehistoric culture of Tusayan Fewkes 1896
Am Anthrop The prehistoric culture of Tusayan Fewkes 1896
Am Anthrop The sun's influence on the form of Hopi pueblos Fewkes 1906
Am Anthrop The winter solstice altars at Hano pueblo Fewkes 1899
Am Anthrop The winter solstice ceremony at Walpi Fewkes 1898
Am Anthrop The winter solstice ceremony at Walpi Fewkes 1898
Am Anthrop Two ruins recently discovered in the red rock country, Arizona Fewkes 1896
Am Anthrop A partial list of Moki animal names Fisher 1896
Am Anthrop The Papago of Arizona and Sonora Gaillard 1894
Am Anthrop A few American string figures and tricks Haddon 1903
Am Anthrop Origin of the name Navaho Hewett 1906
Am Anthrop A Zuni foot-race Hodge 1890
Am Anthrop Hopi pottery fired with coal Hodge 1904
Am Anthrop Prehistoric irrigation in Arizona Hodge 1893
Am Anthrop The early Navajo and Apache Hodge 1895
Am Anthrop The early Navajo and Apache Hodge 1895
Am Anthrop The first discovered city of Cibola Hodge 1895
Am Anthrop The first discovered city of Cibola Hodge 1895
Am Anthrop Apache and Navaho fire-making Hough 1901
Am Anthrop Environmental interrelations in Arizona Hough 1898
Am Anthrop Environmnetal interrelations in Arizona Hough 1898
Am Anthrop Music of the Hopi flute ceremony Hough 1897
Am Anthrop Stone-working at Tewa Hough 1897
Am Anthrop The Hopi in relation to their plant environment Hough 1897
Am Anthrop The hopi relation to their plant environment Hough 1897