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Monographs in the Bureau of American Ethnology's Annual Report, Bulletin, and Contributions to North American Ethnology series have long been available online, but they have been very poorly cataloged, which can make individual issues very difficult to find using simple searches. Here we present a complete list of these monographs in numerical order, with titles and authors, to make them more easily accessible. Most of the links point to items posted on the Internet Archive (IA) by the Biodiversity Heritage Library.

The monographs are presented in four categories:

Note that the first volume in the Contributions to North American Ethnology was published in 1877, two years before the Bureau of Ethnology (later the Bureau of American Ethnology) was created in the Smithsonian Institution. This monograph appeared under the imprint of the U.S. Geographical and Geological Survey of the Rocky Mountain Region, in the Department of the Interior. The Survey's director at the time was J. W. Powell, who later became the founding director of the Bureau of Ethnology. Subsequent volumes in this series continued to be published under the Survey's imprint, but, by the time the second volume was printed in 1890, the letter of transmittal in the front matter was addressed to "Hon. J.W. Powell, Director of the Bureau of Ethnology." More on the Bureau's history can be found here.

Annual Reports 1-48 were published in royal octavo size with administrative reports and accompanying scientific papers. Annual reports 49-81 were issued in octavo and contained only the administrative reports. Bulletins appeared in octavo, and Contributions to North American Ethnology appeared in quarto.

The descriptions below are adapted from Bulletin 200.
 


BAE Annual Reports 1-48:
  1. First annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1879-80, by J. W. Powell, Director. xxxv + 603 pp., 346 figs, (inch 54 pls.), map. 1881. [IA]
    • Report of the Director. Pp. xi-xxxiii.
    • On the evolution of Language, as exhibited in the specialization of the grammatic processes, the differentiation of the parts of speech, and the integration of the sentence; from a study of Indian languages, by J. W. Powell. Pp. 1-16.
    • Sketch of the mythology of the North American Indians, by J. W. Powell. Pp. 17-56.
    • Wyandot government: A short study of tribal society, by J. W. Powell. Pp. 57-69.
    • On limitations to the use of some anthropologic data, by J. W. Powell. Pp. 71-86. [Available in separate form.]
    • A further contribution to the study of the mortuary customs of the North American Indians, by Dr. H. C. Yarrow, act. asst. surg., U.S. A[rmy]. Pp. 87-203, figs. 1-47.
    • Studies in Central American picture-writing, by Edward S. Plolden, professor of mathematics, U.S. Naval Observatory. Pp. 205-245, figs. 48-60.
    • Cessions of land by Indian tribes to the United States: Illustrated by those in the State of Indiana, by C. C. Royce. Pp. 247-262, map.
    • Sign language among North American Indians compared with that among other peoples and deaf-mutes, by Garrick Mallery. Pp. 263-552, figs. 61-346.
    • Catalogue of linguistic manuscripts in the library of the Bureau of Ethnology, by James C. Pilling. Pp. 553-577.
    • Illustration of the method of recording Indian languages. From the manuscripts of Messrs. J. O. Dorsey, A. S. Gatschet, and S. R. Riggs. Pp. 579-589.
    • Index. Pp. 591-603.
       
  2. Second annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1880-81, by J. W. Powell, Director. xxxvii + 477 pp., 77 pls., figs. 1-35, 347-714 (382 of these forming 98 pls.), 2 maps. 1883 [1884]. [IA]
    • Report of the Director. Pp. xv-xxxvii.
    • Zuni fetiches, by Frank Hamilton Cushing. Pp. 3-45, pls. I-XI, figs. 1-3.
    • Myths of the Iroquois, by Erminnie A. Smith. Pp. 47-116, pls. XII-XV.
    • Animal carvings from mounds of the Mississippi valley, by Henry W. Henshaw. Pp. 117-166, figs. 4-35.
    • Navajo silversmiths, by Dr. Washington Matthews, U.S. A[rmy]. Pp. 167-178, pls. XVI-XX.
    • Art in shell of the ancient Americans, by William H. Holmes. Pp. 179-305, pls. XXI-LXXVII.
    • Illustrated catalogue of the collections obtained from the Indians of New Mexico and Arizona in 1879, by James Stevenson. Pp. 307-422, figs. 347-697, map.
    • Illustrated catalogue of the collections obtained from the Indians of New Mexico in 1880, by James Stevenson. Pp. 423-465, figs. 698-714, map.
    • Index. Pp. 467-477.
       
  3. Third annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1881-82, by J. W. Powell, Director. lxxiv + 606 pp., 44 pls., 200 ( + 2 unnumbered) figs. 1884 [1885]. [IA]
    • Report of the Director. Pp. xiii-lxxiv.
    • On activital similarities. Pp. lxv-lxxiv.
    • Notes on certain Maya and Mexican manuscripts, by Prof. Cyrus Thomas. Pp. 3-65, pls. I-IV, figs. 1-10.
    • On masks, labrets, and certain aboriginal customs, with an inquiry into the bearing of their geographical distribution, by William Healey Dall, assistant, U.S. Coast Survey; honorary curator, U.S. National Museum. Pp. 67-202, pls. V-XXIX.
    • Omaha sociology, by Rev. J. Owen Dorsey. Pp. 205-370, pls. XXX-XXXIII, figs. 12-42.
    • Navajo weavers, by Dr. Washington Matthews, U.S. A[rmy]. Pp. 371-391, pls. XXXIV-XXXVIII, figs. 42-59.
    • Prehistoric textile fabrics of the United States, derived from impressions on pottery, by William H. Holmes. Pp. 393-425, pl. XXXIX, figs. 60-115.
    • Illustrated catalogue of a portion of the collections made by the Bureau of Ethnology during the field season of 1881, by William H. Holmes. Pp. 427-510, figs. 116-200.
    • Illustrated catalogue of the collections obtained from the pueblos of Zuni, New Mexico, and Wolpi, Arizona, in 1881, by James Stevenson. Pp. 511-594, pls. XL-XLIV.
    • Index. Pp. 595-606.
       
  4. Fourth annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1882-83, by J. W. Powell, Director. lxiii + 532 pp., 83 pls., 565 figs. 1886 [1887]. [IA]
    • Report of the Director. Pp. xxvii-lxiii.
    • Pictographs of the North American Indians. A preliminary paper, by Garrick Mallery. Pp. 3-256, pls. I-LXXXIII, figs. 1-111, 111a-209.
    • Pottery of the ancient Pueblos, by William H. Holmes. Pp. 257-360, figs. 210-360.
    • Ancient pottery of the Mississippi Valley, by William H. Holmes. Pp. 361-436, figs. 361-463.
    • Origin and development of form and ornament in ceramic art, by William H. Holmes. Pp. 437-465. figs. 464-489.
    • A study of Pueblo pottery as illustrative of Zuni culture-growth, by Frank Hamilton Cushing. Pp. 467-521, figs. 490-564.
    • Index. Pp. 523A-532.
       
  5. Fifth annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1883-84, by J. W. Powell, Director. liii + 564 pp., 23 pls. (incl. 2 maps), 77 figs. 1887 [1888]. [IA]
    • Report of the Director. Pp. xvii-liii.
    • Burial mounds of the northern sections of the United States, by Prof. Cyrus Thomas. Pp. 3-119, pls. I-VI, figs. 1-49.
    • The Cherokee Nation of Indians: A narrative of their official relations with the Colonial and Federal governments, by Charles C. Royce. Pp. 121-378, pls. VII-IX (maps).
    • The mountain chant: A Navajo ceremony, by Dr. Washington Matthews, U.S. A[rmy]. Pp. 379-467, pls. X-XVIII, figs. 50-59.
    • The Seminole Indians of Florida, by Clay MacCauley. Pp. 469-531, pl. XIX, figs. 60-77.
    • The religious life of the Zuni child, by Mrs. Tilly E. Stevenson. Pp. 533-555, pls. XX-XXIII.
    • Index. Pp. 557-564.
       
  6. Sixth annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1884-85, by J. W. Powell, Director. lviii + 675 pp. (incl. 6 pp. of music), 10 pls. (incl. 3 maps), 546 figs., 44 small unnumbered cuts. 1888 [1889]. [IA]
    • Report of the Director. Pp. xxiii-lviii.
    • Ancient art of the province of Chiriqui, Colombia, by William H. Holmes. Pp. 3-187, pl. I (map), figs. 1-285.
    • A stud}" of the textile art in its relation to the development of form and ornament, by William H. Holmes. Pp. 189-252, figs. 286-358.
    • Aids to the study of the Maya codices, by Prof. Cyrus Thomas. Pp. 253-371, figs. 359-388.
    • Osage traditions, by Rev. J. Owen Dorsey. Pp. 373-397, fig. 389.
    • The Central Eskimo, by Dr. Franz Boas. Pp. 399-669, pls. II-X (incl. 2 maps), figs. 390-546.
    • Index. Pp. 671-675.
       
  7. Seventh annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1885-86, by J. W. Powell, Director. xliii + 409 pp., 27 pls. (incl. map), 39 figs. 1891 [1892]. [IA]
    • Report of the Director. Pp. xv-xli.
    • Indian linguistic families of America north of Mexico, by J. W. Powell. Pp. 1-142, pl. I (map).
    • The Mide'wiwin or "Grand Medicine Society" of the Ojibwa, by W. J. Hoffman. Pp. 143-300, pls. II-XXIII, figs. 1-39.
    • The sacred formulas of the Cherokees, by James Mooney. Pp. 301-397, pls. XXIV-XXVII.
    • Index. Pp. 399-409.
       
  8. Eighth annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1886-87, by J. W. Powell, Director. xxxvi + 298 pp., 123 pls., 118 figs. 1891 [1893]. [IA]
    • Report of the Director. Pp. xiii-xxxvi.
    • A study of Pueblo architecture: Tusayan and Cibola, by Victor Mindeleff. Pp. 3-228, pls. I-CXI, figs. 1-114.
    • Ceremonial of Hasielti Dailjis and mythical sand painting of the Navajo Indians, by James Stevenson. Pp. 229-285, pls. CXII-CXXIII, figs. 115-118.
    • Index. Pp. 287-298.
       
  9. Ninth annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1887-88, by J. W. Powell, Director. xlvi + 617 pp., 8 pls., 448 figs. 1892 [1893]. [IA]
    • Report of the Director. Pp. xix-xlvi.
    • Ethnological results of the Point Barrow Expedition, by John Murdoch, naturalist and observer, International Polar Expedition to Point Barrow, Alaska, 1881-1883. Pp. 3-441, pls. I-II (maps), figs. 1-428.
    • The medicine-men of the Apache, by John G. Bourke, Captain, Third Cavalry, U.S. Army. Pp. 443-603, pls. III-VIII, figs. 429-448.
    • Index. Pp. 605-617.
       
  10. Tenth annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1888-89, by J. W. Powell, Director. xxx + 822 pp., 54 pls., 1291 figs., 116 small unnumbered cuts. 1893 [1894]. [IA]
    • Report of the Director. Pp. iii-xxx.
    • Picture-writing of the American Indians, by Garrick Mallery. Pp. 3-807, pls. I-LIV, figs. 1-145, 145a-1290.
    • Index. Pp. 809-822.
       
  11. Eleventh annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1889-90, by J. W. Powell, Director. xlvii + 553 pp., 50 pls., 200 figs. 1894. [IA]
    • Report of the Director. Pp. xxi-xlvii.
    • The Sia, by Matilda Coxe Stevenson. Pp. 3-157, pls. I-XXXV, figs. 1-20.
    • Ethnology of the Ungava District, Hudson Bay Territory, by Lucien M. Turner. [Edited by John Murdoch.] Pp. 159-350, pls. XXXVI-XLIII, figs. 21-155.
    • A study of Siouan cults, by James Owen Dorsey. Pp. 351-544, pls. XLIV-L, figs. 156-200.
    • Index. Pp. 545-553.
       
  12. Twelfth annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1890-91, by J. W. Powell, Director. xlviii + 742 pp., 42 pls., 344 figs. 1894. [IA]
    • Report of the Director. Pp. xix-xlviii.
    • Report on the mound explorations of the Bureau of Ethnology, by Cyrus Thomas. Pp. 3-730.
    • Index. Pp. 731-742.
       
  13. Thirteenth annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1891-92, by J. W. Powell, Director. lix + 462 pp., 60 pls., 330 figs. 1896. [IA]
    • Report of the Director. Pp. xix-lix.
    • Prehistoric textile art of Eastern United States, by William Henry Holmes. Pp. 3-46, pls. I-IX, figs. 1-28.
    • Stone art, by Gerard Fowke. Pp. 47-178, figs. 29-278.
    • Aboriginal remains in Verde Valley, Arizona, by Cosmos Mindeleff. Pp. 179-261, pls. X-L, figs. 279-305.
    • Omaha dwellings, furniture, and implements, by James Owen Dorsey. Pp. 263-288, figs. 306-327.
    • Casa Grande ruin, by Cosmos Mindeleff. Pp. 289-319, pls. LI-LX, figs. 328-330.
    • Outlines of Zuni creation myths, by Frank Hamilton Cushing. Pp. 321-447
    • Index. Pp. 449-462.
       
  14. Fourteenth annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1892-93, by J. W. Powell, Director. Two parts, lxi + 1136 pp., 122 pls., 104 figs. 1896 [1897].
    • Part 1 [IA]
      • Report of the Director. Pp. xxv-lxi.
      • The Menomini Indians, by Walter James Hoffman, M. D. Pp. 3-328, pls. I-XXXVII, figs. 1-55.
      • The Coronado Expedition, 1540-1542, by George Parker Winship. Pp. 329-613, pls. XXXVIII-LXXXIV.
      • Index. Pp. 615-637.
    • Part 2 [IA]
      • The Ghost-dance religion and the Sioux outbreak of 1890, by James Mooney. Pp. 641-1110, pls. LXXXV-CXXII, figs. 56-104.
      • Index. Pp. 1111-1136.
         
  15. Fifteenth annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1893-94, by J. W. Powell, Director. cxxi + 366 pp., frontispiece, 125 pls., 49 figs. 1897. [IA]
    • Report of the Director. Pp. xv-cxxi.
    • On regimentation. Pp. civ-cxxi.
    • Stone implements of the Potomac-Chesakeape tidewater province, by William Henry Holmes. Pp. 3-152, pls. I-CIII and frontispiece, figs. l-29a.
    • The Siouan Indians: A preliminary sketch, by W. J. McGee. Pp. 153-204.
    • Siouan sociology: A posthumous paper, by James Owen Dorsey. Pp. 205-244, figs. 30-38.
    • Tusayan katcinas, by Jesse Walter Fewkes. Pp. 245-313, pls. CIV-CXI, figs. 39-48.
    • The repair of Casa Grande ruin, Arizona, in 1891, by Cosmos Mindeleff. Pp. 315-349, pls. CXII-CXXV.
    • Index. Pp. 351-366.
       
  16. Sixteenth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1894-95, by J. W. Powell, Director, cxix + 326 pp., 81 pls., 83 figs. 1897. [IA]
    • Report of the Director. Pp. xiii-cxix.
    • List of publications of the Bureau of American Ethnology. Pp. ci-cxix.
    • Primitive trephining in Peru, by Manuel Antonio Muniz, M. D., and W. J. McGee. Pp. 3-72, pls. I-XL.
    • The cliff ruins of Canyon de Chelly, Arizona, by Cosmos Mindeleff. Pp. 73-198, pls. XLI-LXIII, figs. 1-83.
    • Day symbols of the Maya year, by Cyrus Thomas. Pp. 199-265, pls. LXIV-LXIX.
    • Tusayan snake ceremonies, by Jesse Walter Fewkes. Pp. 267-312, pls. LXX-LXXXI.
    • Index. Pp. 313-326.
       
  17. Seventeenth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1895-96, by J. W. Powell, Director. Two parts, xciii + 1-128, 129*-344*, 129-468; 469-752 pp., 182 pls., 357 figs. 1898 [part 1, 1900; part 2, 1901].
    • Part 1 [IA]
      • Report of the Director. Pp. xxv-xciii.
      • List of publications of the Bureau of American Ethnology. Pp. lxxv-xciii.
      • The Seri Indians, by W J McGee. Pp. 1-128, 129*-344*, pls. I-LVI, figs. 1-42.
      • Comparative lexicology, by J. N. B. Hewitt. Pp. 299*-344*.
      • Calendar history of the Kiowa Indians, by James Mooney. Pp. 129-445, pls. LVII-LXXXI, figs. 43-229.
      • Index. Pp. 447-468.
    • Part 2 [IA]
      • Navaho houses, by Cosmos Mindeleff. Pp. 469-517, pls. LXXXII-XC, figs. 230-244.
      • Archeological expedition to Arizona in 1895, by Jesse Walter Fewkes. Pp. 519-744, pls. XCIa, XCIb-CLXXV, figs. 245-357.
      • Index. Pp. 745-752.
         
  18. Eighteenth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1896-97, by J. W. Powell, Director. Two parts, lvii + 1-518; 519-997 pp., 174 pls., 165 figs. 1899 [part 1, 1901, part 2, 1902].
    • Part 1 [IA]
      • Report of the Director. Pp. xxiii-lvii.
      • The Eskimo about Bering Strait, by Edward William Nelson. Pp. 3-518, pls. I-CVII, figs. 1-165.
    • Part 2 [IA]
      • Indian land cessions in the United States, compiled by Charles C. Royce, with an introduction by Cyrus Thomas. Pp. 521-964, pls. CVIII-CLXXIV.
      • Index to parts 1 and 2. Pp. 965-997.
         
  19. Nineteenth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1897-98, by J. W. Powell, Director. Two parts, xcii + 1-568, 569*-576*; 569-1160 pp., frontispiece, 79 pls., 49 figs. 1900 [1902].
    • Part 1 [IA]
      • Report of the Director. Pp. ix-xcii, frontispiece.
      • Esthetology, or the science of activities designed to give pleasure. Pp. LV-XCII.
      • Myths of the Cherokee, by James Mooney. Pp. 3-548, pls. I-XX, figs. 1-2.
      • Index. Pp. 549-568, 549*-576*.
    • Part 2 [IA]
      • Tusayan migration traditions, by Jesse Walter Fewkes. Pp. 573-633.
      • Localization of Tusayan clans, by Cosmos Mindeleff. Pp. 635-653, pls. XXI-XXVIII, fig. 3.
      • Mounds in northern Honduras, by Thomas Gann. Pp. 655-692, pls. XXIX-XXXIX, figs. 4-7.
      • Mayan calendar systems, by Cyrus Thomas. Pp. 693-819, pls. XL-XLIIIa, XLIIIb, XLIV, figs. 8-17a, 17b-22.
      • Primitive numbers, by W J McGee. Pp. 821-851.
      • Numeral systems of Mexico and Central America, by Cyrus Thomas. Pp. 853-955, figs. 23-41.
      • Tusayan Flute and Snake ceremonies, by Jesse Walter Fewkes. Pp. 957-1011, pls. XLV-LXV, figs. 42-46.
      • The wild-rice gatherers of the upper lakes: A study in American primitive economics, by Albert Ernest Jenks. Pp. 1013-1137, pls. LXVI-LXXIX, figs. 47-48.
      • Index. Pp. 1139-1160.
         
  20. Twentieth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1898-99, by J. W. Powell, Director, ccxxiv + 237 pp., 180 pls., 79 figs. 1903. [IA]
    • Report of the Director. Pp. vii-ccxxiv.
    • Technology, or the science of industries. Pp. xxix-lvii. [Available in separate form.]
    • Sociology, or the science of institutions. Pp. lix-cxxxviii. [Available in separate form.]
    • Philology, or the science of activities designed for expression. Pp. cxxxix-cxlx. [Available in separate form.]
    • Sophiology, or the science of activities designed to give instruction. Pp. clxxi-cxcvii. [Available in separate form.]
    • List of publications of the Bureau of American Ethnology. Pp. cxcix-ccxxiv.
    • Aboriginal pottery of the eastern United States, by W. H, Holmes. Pp. 1-201, pls. I-CLXXVII, figs. 1-79.
    • Index. Pp. 203-237.
       
  21. Twenty-first annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1899-1900, by J. W. Powell, Director. xl + 360 pp., 69 pls. 1903. [IA]
    • Report of the Director. Pp. vii-xl, pl. I (map).
    • Hopi katcinas, drawn by native artists, by Jesse Walter Fewkes. Pp. 3-126, pls. II-LXIII.
    • Iroquoian cosmology, by J. N. B. Hewitt. First part. Pp. 127-339, pls. LXIV-LXIX.
    • Index. Pp. 341-360.
       
  22. Twenty-second annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1900-1901, J. W. Powell, Director. Two parts, xliv + 1-320; 1-372 pp., 91 pls., 181 figs. 1904.
    • Part 1 [IA]
      • Report of the Director. Pp. vii-xliv.
      • Two summers' work in pueblo ruins, by Jesse Walter Fewkes. Pp. 3-195, pls. I-LXX, figs. 1-122.
      • Mayan calendar systems — II, by Cyrus Thomas. Pp. 197-305, pls. LXXI-LXXXII, figs. 123-170.
      • Index. Pp. 307-320.
    • Part 2 [IA]
      • The Hako: A Pawnee ceremony, by Alice C. Fletcher (assisted by James R. Murie; music transcribed by Edwin S. Tracy). Pp. 5-368, pls. LXXXIII-XCI, figs. 171-181.
      • Index. Pp. 369-372.
         
  23. Twenty-third annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1901-2, J. W. Powell, Director, xlv + 634 pp., 139 pls., 34 figs. 1904 [1905]. [IA]
    • Report of the Director. Pp. vii-xxv.
    • The Zuni Indians: Their mythology, esoteric fraternities, and ceremonies, by Matilda Coxe Stevenson. Pp. 3-608.
    • Index. Pp. 609-634.
       
  24. Twenty-fourth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1902-3, H. W. Holmes, Chief. xl + 846 pp., 21 pls., 1112 figs. 1907. [IA]
    • Report of the Chief. Pp. vii-xl.
    • Games of the North American Indians, by Stewart Culin. Pp. 3-809.
    • Index. Pp. 811-846.
       
  25. Twenty-fifth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1903-4. xxix + 296 pp., 129 pls., 70 figs. 1907. [IA]
    • Report of the Chief [W. H. Holmes]. Pp. iv-xxix.
    • The aborigines of Porto Rico and neighboring islands, by Jesse Walter Fewkes. Pp. 3-220, pls. I-CXIII, figs. 1-43.
    • Certain antiquities of eastern Mexico, by Jesse Walter Fewkes. Pp. 221-284, pls. XCIV-CXXIX, figs. 44-70.
    • Index. Pp. 285-296.
       
  26. Twenty-sixth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1904-5. xxxi + 512 pp., 58 pls., 117 figs. 1908. [IA]
    • Report of the Chief [W. H. Holmes]. Pp. vii-xxxi.
    • The Pima Indians, by Frank Russell. Pp. 3-389, pls. I-XLVII, figs. 1-102.
    • Social condition, beliefs, and linguistic relationship of the Tlingit Indians, by John R. Swanton. Pp. 391-485, pls. XLVIII-LVIII, figs. 103-117.
    • Index. Pp. 487-512.
       
  27. Twenty-seventh annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1905-6. 672 pp., 65 pls., 132 figs. 1911. [IA]
    • Report of the Chief [W. H. Holmes]. Pp. 5-14.
    • The Omaha tribe, by Alice C. Fletcher and Francis La Flesche. Pp. 17-654.
    • Index. Pp. 655-672.
       
  28. Twenty-eighth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1906-7. 308 + xxxv pp., 103 pls., 68 figs. 1912. [IA]
    • Report of the Chief [W. H. Holmes]. Pp. 7-22.
    • Casa Grande, Arizona, by Jesse Walter Fewkes. Pp. 25-179, pls. 1-78, figs. 1-54.
    • Antiquities of the upper Verde River and Walnut Creek valleys, Arizona, by Jesse Walter Fewkes. Pp. 181-220, pls. 79-102, figs. 55-68.
    • Preliminary report on the linguistic classification of Algonquian tribes, by Truman Michelson. Pp. 221-2906, pl. 103 (map).
    • Index. Pp. 291-308.
    • List of publications of the Bureau of American Ethnology. Pp. i-xxxv.
       
  29. Twenty-ninth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1907-8. 636 pp., 21 pls., 31 maps, 1 diagram. 1916. [IA]
    • Report of the Chief [W. H. Holmes]. Pp. 7-25.
    • The ethnogeography of the Tewa Indians, by John Peabody Harrington. Pp. 29-618. pls. 1-21, maps 1-29A-30, diagram 1.
    • Index. Pp. 619-636.
       
  30. Thirtieth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1908-9. 453 pp., 7 pls., 6 figs. 1915. [IA]
    • Report of the Chief [W. H. Holmes]. Pp. 7-28.
    • Ethnobotany of the Zuni Indians, by Matilda Coxe Stevenson. Pp. 31-102, pls. 1-3.
    • An inquiry into the animism, and folk-lore of the Guiana Indians, by Walter E. Roth. Pp. 103-386, pls. 4-7, figs. 1-6.
    • List of publications of the Bureau of American Ethnology. Pp. 387-425.
    • Index, Pp. 427-453.
       
  31. Thirty-first annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1909-10. 1037 pp., 3 pls., 24 figs. 1916. [IA]
    • Report of the Ethnologist-in-charge [F. W. Hodge]. Pp. 5-26.
    • Tsimshian mythology, by Franz Boas. Pp. 29-1037.
       
  32. Thirty-second annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1910-11. 819 pp. 1918. [IA]
    • Report of the Ethnologist-in-charge [F. W. Hodge]. Pp. 7-34.
    • Seneca fiction, legends, and myths. Collected by Jeremiah Curtin and J. N. B. Hewitt; edited by J. N. B. Hewitt. Pp. 37-813.
    • Index. Pp. 815-819.
       
  33. Thirty-third annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1911-12. 677 pp., 95 pls., 112 figs. 1919. [IA]
    • Report of the Ethnologist-in-charge [F. W. Hodge]. Pp. 7-38.
    • Note on the accompanying papers. Pp. 39-40.
    • Uses of plants by the Indians of the Missouri River region, by Melvin Randolph Gilmore. Pp. 43-154, pls. 1-30a.
    • Preliminary account of the antiquities of the region between the Mancos and La Plata Rivers in southwestern Colorado, by Earl H. Morris. Pp. 155-206, pls. 31-75, figs. 1-11.
    • Designs on prehistoric Hopi pottery, by Jesse Walter Fewkes. Pp. 207-284, pls. 76-90, figs. 12-112.
    • The Hawaiian romance of Laieikawai, by Martha Warren Beckwith. Pp. 285-666, pls. 91-95.
    • Index. Pp. 667-677.
       
  34. Thirty-fourth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1912-13. 281 pp., 120 pls., 69 figs. 1922. [IA]
    • Report of the Ethnologist-ln-charge [F, W. Hodge]. Pp. 5-32.
    • A prehistoric island culture area of America, by J. Walter Fewkes. Pp. 35-271, pls. 1-120, figs. 1-69.
    • Index. Pp. 273-281.
       
  35. Thirty-fifth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1913-14. Two parts, xi + 794; viii + 795-1481 pp. 1921.
    • Part 1 [IA]
      • Report of the Ethnologist-in-charge [F. W. Hodge]. Pp. 7-37.
      • Note on the accompanying paper. Pp. 39-40.
      • Ethnology of the Kwakiutl, by Franz Boas (based on data collected by George Hunt). Pp. 43-794.
      • Index. Pp. i-xi.
    • Part 2 [IA]
      • Ethnology of the Kwakiutl [continued], by Franz Boas (based on data collected by George Hunt). Pp. viii + 795-1473.
      • Index. Pp. 1475-1481.
         
  36. Thirty-sixth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1914-15. 604 pp., 23 pls., 15 figs. 1921. [IA]
    • Report of the Ethnologist-in-charge [F. W. Hodge]. Pp. 7-34.
    • The Osage tribe: Rite of the chiefs; sayings of the ancient men, by Francis La Flesche. Pp. 37-597, pls. 1-23, figs. 1-15.
    • Index. Pp. 599-604.
       
  37. Thirty-seventh annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1915-16. vii + 560 pp., 58 pls., 38 figs. 1923. [IA]
    • Report of the Ethnologist-in-charge [F. W. Hodge]. Pp. 1-31.
    • The Winnebago tribe, by Paul Radin. Pp. 35-550, pls. 1-58, figs. 1-38.
    • Index. Pp. 551-560.
       
  38. Thirty-eighth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1916-17. vii + 745 pp., 183 pls., 341 figs. 1924. [IA]
    • Report of the Ethnologist-in-charge [F. W. Hodge]. Pp. 1-21.
    • An introductory study of the arts, crafts, and customs of the Guiana Indians,
    • by Walter Edmund Roth. Pp. 25-720, pls. 1-183, figs. 1-341.
    • Index and glossary. Pp. 721-745.
       
  39. Thirty-ninth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1917-18. 636 pp., 17 pls., 4 figs. 1925. [IA]
    • Report of the Chief [J. W. Fewkes]. Pp. 7-28.
    • The Osage tribe: The rite of vigil, by Francis La Flesche. Pp. 31-630, pls. 1-17, figs. 1-4.
    • Index. Pp. 631-636.
       
  40. Fortieth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1918-19. vii + 664 pp., 2 pls., 2 figs. 1925. [IA]
    • Report of the Chief [J. W. Fewkes]. Pp. 1-20.
    • The mythical origin of the White Buffalo Dance of the Fox Indians, by Truman Michelson. Pp. 23-289, pl. 1, fig. 1.
    • The autobiography of a Fox Indian woman, by Truman Michelson. Pp. 291-349.
    • Notes on Fox mortuary customs and beliefs, by Truman Michelson. Pp. 351-496.
    • Notes on the Fox society known as "Those who worship the Little Spotted Buffalo," by Truman Michelson. Pp. 497-539, pl. 2, fig. 2.
    • The traditional origin of the Fox society known as "The singing around rite," by Truman Michelson. Pp. 541-658.
    • Index. Pp. 659-664.
       
  41. Forty-first annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1919-24. ix + 626 pp., 137 pls., 201 figs., frontispiece, map in pocket. 1928. [IA]
    • Reports of the Chief [J. W. Fewkes] for 1919-20, 1920-21, 1921-22, 1922-23, 1923-24. Pp. 1-116.
    • Coiled basketry in British Columbia and surrounding region, by H. K. Haeberlin, James A. Teit, and Helen H. Roberts, under the direction of Franz Boas. Pp. 119-484, frontispiece, map, pls. 1-94, figs. 1-122a.
    • Two prehistoric villages in Middle Tennessee,by William Edward Myer. Pp. 485-614, pls. 95-137, figs. 123-200.
    • Index. Pp. 615-626.
       
  42. Forty-second annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1924-25. vii + 900 pp., 17 pls., 108 figs. 1928. [IA]
    • Report of the Chief [J. W. Fewkes]. Pp. 1-19.
    • Social organization and social usages of the Indians of the Creek Confederacy, by John R. Swanton. Pp. 23-472, pls. 1-7, figs. 1-107.
    • Religious beliefs and medical practices of the Creek Indians, by John R. Swanton. Pp. 473-672, pls. 8-13, fig. 108.
    • Aboriginal culture of the Southeast, by John R. Swanton. Pp. 673-726.
    • Indian trails of the Southeast, by William E. Myer. Pp. 727-857, pls. 14-17.
    • Index. Pp. 859-900.
       
  43. Forty-third annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1925-26. vii + 828 pp., 44 pls., 9 figs. 1928. [IA]
    • Report of the Chief [J. W. Fewkes]. Pp. 1-19.
    • The Osage tribe : Two versions of the child-naming rite, by Francis La Flesche. Pp. 23-164, pls. 1-12, figs. 1-8.
    • Wawenock myth tests from Maine, by Frank G. Speck. Pp. 165-197, pl. 13.
    • Native tribes and dialects of Connecticut: A Mohegan-Pequot diary, by Frank G. Speck. Pp. 199-287, pls. 14-42.
    • Picuris children's stories, with texts and songs, by J. P. Harrington and Helen H. Roberts. Pp. 289-447, pls. 43-44, fig. 9.
    • Iroquoian cosmology. Second part, with introduction and notes, by J. N. B. Hewitt. Pp. 449-819.
    • Index. Pp. 821-828.
       
  44. Forty-fourth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1926-27. vii + 555 pp., 98 pls., 16 figs. 1928. [IA]
    • Report of the Chief [J. W. Fewkes]. Pp. 1-19.
    • Exploration of the Burton Mound at Santa Barbara, California, by John P. Harrington. Pp. 23-168, pls. 1-27, figs. 1-2.
    • Social and religious beliefs and usages of the Chickasaw Indians, by John R. Swanton. Pp. 169-273, fig. 3.
    • Uses of plants by the Chippewa Indians, by Frances Densmore. Pp. 275-397, pls. 28-63.
    • Archeological investigations — II, by Gerard Fowke. Pp. 399-540, pls. 64-98, figs. 4-16.
    • Index. Pp. 541-555.
       
  45. Forty-fifth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1927-28. vii + 857 pp., 29 pls., 49 figs. 1930. [IA]
    • Report of the Chief Clerk [H. W. Dorsey]. Pp. 1-19.
    • The Salishan tribes of the western plateaus, by James A. Teit, edited by Franz Boas. Pp. 23-396, pls. 1-4, figs. 1-39.
    • Tattooing and face and body painting of the Thompson Indians, British Columbia, by James A. Teit, edited by Franz Boas. Pp. 397-439, pls. 5-13, figs. 40-47.
    • Ethnobotany of the Thompson Indians of British Columbia, based on field notes by James A. Teit, edited by Elsie Viault Steedman. Pp. 441-522.
    • The Osage tribe: Rite of the Wa-xo'-be, by Francis La Flesche. Pp. 523-833, pls. 14-29, figs. 46-47 [figure numbers duplicated].
    • Index. Pp. 835-857.
       
  46. Forty-sixth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1928-29. vii + 654 pp., 80 pls., 35 figs. 1930. [IA]
    • Report of the Chief [M. W. Stirling]. Pp. 1-16.
    • Anthropological survey in Alaska, by Aleš Hrdlička. Pp. 19-374, pls. 1-61, figs. 1-29.
    • Indian tribes of the Upper Missouri, by Edwin Thompson Denig, edited with notes and biographical sketch by J. N. B. Hewitt. Pp. 375-628, pls. 62-80, figs. 30-35.
    • Index. Pp. 629-654.
       
  47. Forty-seventh annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1929-30, vii + 1108 pp., 61 pls., 32 figs., 1 map. 1932. [IA]
    • Report of the Chief [M. W. Stirling]. Pp. 1-14.
    • The Acoma Indians, by Leslie A. White. Pp. 17-192, pls. 1-16, figs. 1-6.
    • Isleta, New Mexico, by Elsie Clews Parsons. Pp. 193-466, pls. 17-20, figs. 1-26, map.
    • Introduction to Zuni ceremonialism, by Ruth L. Bunzel. Pp. 467-544.
    • Zuni origin myths, by Ruth L. Bunzel. Pp. 545-609.
    • Zuni ritual poetry, by Ruth L. Bunzel. Pp. 611-835.
    • Zuni katcinas: An analytical study, by Ruth L. Bunzel. Pp. 837-1086, pls. 21-61.
    • Index. Pp. 1087-1108.
       
  48. Forty-eighth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1930-31. v + 1221 pp. 1933. [IA]
    • Report of the Chief [M. W. Stirling]. Pp. 1-21.
    • General Index, Annual Reports of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Vols. 1 to 48 (1879-1931) [Washington, D.C., 1881-1933], compiled by Biren Bonnerjea. Pp. 25-1221.
       

BAE Annual Reports 49-81:
  • Annual reports 49-69 of the Bureau of Ethnology, 1931-1952. [IA]
     
  • Annual reports 70-81 of the Bureau of Ethnology, 1952-1964. [IA]
     

BAE Bulletins 1-200:
  1. Bibliography of the Eskimo language, by James Constantine Pilling. v + 116 pp. (incl. 8 pp. facsimiles). 1887. [IA]
     
  2. Perforated stones from California, by Henry W. Henshaw. 34 pp., 16 figs. 1887. [IA]
     
  3. The use of gold and other metals among the ancient inhabitants of Chiriqui, Isthmus of Darien, by William H. Holmes. 27 pp., 22 figs. 1887. [IA]
     
  4. Work in mound exploration of the Bureau of Ethnology, by Cyrus Thomas. 15 pp., 1 fig. 1887. [IA]
     
  5. Bibliography of the Siouan languages, by James Constantine Pilling. v + 87 pp. 1887. [IA]
     
  6. Bibliography of the Iroquoian languages, by James Constantine Pilling. vi + 208 pp. (incl. 4 pp. facsimiles), 5 unnumbered facsimiles. 1888 [1889]. [IA]
     
  7. Textile fabrics of ancient Peru, by William H. Holmes. 17 pp., 11 figs. 1889. [IA]
     
  8. The problem of the Ohio mounds, by Cyrus Thomas. 54 pp., 8 figs. 1889. [IA]
     
  9. Bibliography of the Muskhogean languages, by James Constantine Pilling. v + 114 pp. 1889. [IA]
     
  10. The circular, square, and octagonal earthworks of Ohio, by Cyrus Thomas. 35 pp., 11 pls., 5 figs. 1889. [IA]
     
  11. Omaha and Ponka letters, by James Owen Dorsey. 127 pp. 1891. [IA]
     
  12. Catalogue of prehistoric works east of the Rocky Mountains, by Cyrus Thomas. 246 pp., 17 pls. (all maps). 1891. [IA]
     
  13. Bibliography of the Algonquian languages, by James Constantine Pilling, x + 614 pp., 82 facsimiles. 1891 [1892]. [IA]
     
  14. Bibliography of the Athapascan languages, by James Constantine Pilling, xiii + 125 pp. (incl. 4 pp. facsimiles). 1892. [IA]
     
  15. Bibliography of the Chinookan languages (including the Chinook jargon), by James Constantine Pilling, xiii + 81 pp. (incl. 3 facsimiles). 1893. [IA] [IA]
     
  16. Bibliography of the Salishan languages, by James Constantine Pilling, xiii + 86 pp. (incl. 4 pp. facsimiles). 1893. [IA]
     
  17. The Pamunkey Indians of Virginia, by Jno. Garland Pollard. Preface by W. J. McGee. 19 pp. 1894. [IA]
     
  18. The Maya year, by Cyrus Thomas. Prefatory note by W. J. McGee. 64 pp., 1 pl. 1894. [IA]
     
  19. Bibliography of the Wakashan languages, by James Constantine Pilling. xi + 70 pp. (incl. 2 pp. facsimiles). 1894. [IA]
     
  20. Chinook texts, by Franz Boas. 278 pp., 1 pl. 1894 [1895]. [IA]
     
  21. An ancient quarry in Indian Territory, by William Henry Holmes. 19 pp., 12 pls., 7 figs. 1894. [IA]
     
  22. The Siouan tribes of the East, by James Mooney. 101 pp., map. 1894 [1895]. [IA]
     
  23. Archeologic investigations in James and Potomac Valleys, by Gerard Fowke. 80 pp., 17 figs. 1894 [1895]. [IA]
     
  24. List of the publications of the Bureau of Ethnology, with index to authors and subjects, by Frederick Webb Hodge. 25 pp. 1894. [IA] [IA]
     
  25. Natick dictionary, by James Hammond Trumbull. [With introduction by Edward Everett Hale, pp. ix-xiii.] xxviii + 349 pp. 1903. [IA] [IA] [IA]
     
  26. Kathlamet texts, by Franz Boas. 261 pp., 1 pl. 1901. [IA] [IA]
     
  27. Tsimshian texts, by Franz Boas. 244 pp. 1902. [IA]
     
  28. Mexican and Central American antiquities, calendar systems, and history: Twenty-four papers by Eduard Seler, E. Forstemann, Paul Schellhas, Carl Sapper, and E. P. Dieseldorff. Translated from the German under the supervision of Charles P. Bowditch. 682 pp., 49 pls., 134 figs. 1904. [IA]
     
  29. Haida texts and myths: Skidegate dialect, by John R. Swanton. 448 pp., 5 figs. 1905. [IA]
     
  30. Handbook of American Indians north of Mexico, edited by Frederick Webb Hodge.
    • Part 1. ix + 972 pp., many figures, map. 1907. [IA]
    • Part 2. iv + 1221 pp., many figures. 1910. [IA]
       
  31. List of publications of the Bureau of American Ethnology, with index to authors and titles. 31 pp. 1906. [IA]
     
  32. Antiquities of the Jemez Plateau, New Mexico, by Edgar L. Hewett. 55 pp., 17 pls. (incl. 1 map), 31 figs. 1906. [IA]
     
  33. Skeletal remains suggesting or attributed to early man in North America, by Aleš Hrdlička. [Prefatory note by W. H. Holmes.] 113 pp., 21 pls., 16 figs. 1907. [IA]
     
  34. Physiological and medical observations among the Indians of southwestern United States and northern Mexico, by Aleš Hrdlička. ix + 460 pp., 28 pls., 2 figs. 1908. [IA]
     
  35. Antiquities of the upper Gila and Salt River valleys in Arizona and New Mexico, by Walter Hough. 96 pp., 11 pls. (incl. 1 map), 51 figs. 1907. [IA]
     
  36. List of publications of the Bureau of American Ethnology, with index to authors and titles. 31 pp. 1907. [IA]
     
  37. Antiquities of central and southeastern Missouri, by Gerard Fowke. (Report on explorations made in 1906-7 under the auspices of the Archaeological Institute of America.) [With Report on skeletal material from Missouri Mounds, collected in 1906-07 by Mr. Gerard Fowke, by Aleš Hrdlička, pp. 103-112.] vii + 116 pp., 19 pls., 20 figs. 1910. [IA]
     
  38. Unwritten literature of Hawaii. The sacred songs of the hula collected and translated, with notes, and an account of the hula, by Nathaniel B. Emerson, A.M., M.D. [Prefatory note by W. H. Holmes.] 288 pp., 24 pls., 3 figs., 14 musical pieces, 1909. [IA]
     
  39. Tlingit myths and texts, recorded by John R. Swanton, viii + 451 pp. 1909. [IA]
     
  40. Handbook of American Indian languages, by Franz Boas.
    • Part 1. Introduction, by Franz Boas; Athapascan (Hupa), by Pliny Earle Goddard; Tlingit, Haida, by John R. Swanton; Tsimshian, Kwakiutl, Chinook, by Franz Boas; Maidu, by Roland B. Dixon; Algonquian (Fox), by William Jones (revised by Truman Michelson); Siouan (Dakota), by Franz Boas and John R. Swanton; Eskimo, by William Thalbitzer. vii + 1069 pp. 1911. [Reprinted 1917.] [IA]
    • Part 2. Takelma, by Edward Sapir; Coos, by Leo J. Frachtenberg; Siuslawan, by Leo J. Frachtenberg; Chukchee, by Waldemar Bogoras. v + 903 pp. 1922. [IA]
    • [Part 3. Ed. by Franz Boas. Published by J. J. Augustin, New York: separates, 1933-38; volume, 1938.]
       
  41. Antiquities of the Mesa Verde National Park: Spruce-tree House, by J. Walter Fewkes. viii + 57 pp., 21 pls., 37 figs. 1909. [IA]
     
  42. Tuberculosis among certain Indian tribes of the United States, by Aleš Hrdrlicka. vii + 48 pp., 22 pls. 1909. [IA]
     
  43. Indian tribes of the lower Mississippi Valley and adjacent coast of the Gulf of Mexico, by John R. Swanton. vii + 387 pp., 32 pls. (incl. 1 map), 2 figs. 1911. [IA]
     
  44. Indian languages of Mexico and Central America, and their geographical distribution, by Cyrus Thomas, assisted by John R. Swanton. Accompanied with a linguistic map. [Prefatory note by W. H. Holmes.] vii + 108 pp., 1 map. 1911. [IA]
     
  45. Chippewa music, by Frances Densmore. xix + 216 pp., 12 pls., 8 figs., 200 songs. 1910. [IA]
     
  46. A dictionary of the Choctaw language, by Cyrus Byington, edited by John R. Swanton and Henry S. Halbert. xi + 611 pp., 1 pl. 1915. (Reprinted 1918.) [IA]
     
  47. A dictionary of the Biloxi and Ofo languages, accompanied with thirty-one Biloxi texts and numerous Biloxi phrases, by James Owen Dorsey and John R. Swanton. v + 340 pp. 1912. [IA]
     
  48. The Choctaw of Bayou Lacomb, St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana, by David I. Bushnell, Jr. ix + 37 pp., 22 pls., 1 fig. 1909. [IA]
     
  49. List of publications of the Bureau of American Ethnology, with index to authors and titles. 32 pp. 1910. (Second impression 1911, 34 pp.) [IA]
     
  50. Preliminary report on a visit to the Navaho National Monument, Arizona, by Jesse Walter Fewkes. vii + 35 pp., 22 pls., 3 figs. 1911. [IA]
     
  51. Antiquities of the Mesa Verde National Park: Cliff Palace, by Jesse Walter Fewkes. 82 pp., 35 pls., 4 figs. 1911. [IA]
     
  52. Early man in South America, by Aleš Hrdlička in collaboration with William H. Holmes, Bailey Willis, Fred. Eugene Wright, and Clarence N. Fenner. xv + 405 pp., 68 pls., 51 figs. 1912. [IA]
     
  53. Chippewa music — II, by Frances Densmore. xxi + 341 pp., 45 pls., 6 figs., 180 songs. 1913. [IA]
     
  54. The physiography of the Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico, in relation to Pueblo culture, by Edgar Lee Hewett, Junius Henderson, and Wilfred William Robbins. 76 pp., 11 pls., 2 figs. 1913. [IA]
     
  55. Ethnobotany of the Tewa Indians, by Wilfred William Robbins, John Peabody Harrington, and Barbara Freire-Marreco. xii + 124 pp., 9 pls., 7 figs. 1916. [IA]
     
  56. Ethnozoology of the Tewa Indians, by Junius Henderson and John Peabody Harrington, x + 76 pp. 1914. [IA]
     
  57. An introduction to the study of the Maya hieroglyphs, by Sylvanus Griswold Morley. xvi + 284 pp., 32 pls., 85 figs. 1915. [IA]
     
  58. List of publications of the Bureau of American Ethnology, with index to authors and titles. 39 pp. 1914. [IA]
     
  59. Kutenai tales, by Franz Boas; together with texts collected by Alexander Francis Chamberlain, xii + 387 pp. 1918. [IA]
     
  60. Handbook of aboriginal American antiquities. Part I. Introductory: The lithic industries, by W. H. Holmes. xvii + 380 pp., 223 figs. 1919. [IA]
     
  61. Teton Sioux music, by Frances Densmore. xxviii + 561 pp., 82 pls., 43 figs., 240 songs. 1918. [IA]
     
  62. Physical anthropology of the Lenape or Delawares, and of the Eastern Indians in general, by Aleš Hrdlička. 130 pp., 29 pls., 1 fig. 1916. [IA]
     
  63. Analytical and critical bibliography of the tribes of Tierra del Fuego and adjacent territory, by John M. Cooper, ix + 233 pp., 1 pl. (map). 1917. [IA]
     
  64. The Maya Indians of southern Yucatan and northern British Honduras, by Thomas W. F. Gann. 146 pp., 28 pls., 84 figs. 1918. [IA]
     
  65. Archeological explorations in northeastern Arizona, by Alfred Vincent Kidder and Samuel J. Guernsey. 228 pp., 97 pls., 102 figs. 1919. [IA]
     
  66. Recent discoveries attributed to early man in America, by Aleš Hrdlička. 67 pp., 14 pls., 8 figs. 1918. [IA]
     
  67. Alsea text and myths, by Leo J. Frachtenberg. 304 pp. 1920. [IA]
     
  68. A structural and lexical comparison of the Tunica, Chitimacha, and Atakapa languages, by John R. Swanton. 56 pp. 1919. [IA]
     
  69. Native villages and village sites east of the Mississippi, by David I. Bushnell, Jr. 111 pp., 17 pls., 12 figs. 1919. [IA]
     
  70. Prehistoric villages, castles, and towers of southwestern Colorado, by J. Walter Fewkes. 79 pp., 33 pls., 18 figs. 1919. [IA]
     
  71. Native cemeteries and forms of burial east of the Mississippi, by David I. Bushnell, Jr. 160 pp., 17 pls., 17 figs. 1920. [IA]
     
  72. The owl sacred pack of the Fox Indians, by Truman Michelson. 83 pp., 4 pls. 1921. [IA]
     
  73. Early history of the Creek Indians and their neighbors, by John R. Swanton. 492 pp., 10 pls. (all pocket maps). 1922. [IA]
     
  74. Excavation of a site at Santiago Ahuitzotla, D. F. Mexico, by Alfred M. Tozzer. 56 pp., 19 pls., 9 figs. 1921. [IA]
     
  75. Northern Ute music, by Frances Densmore. 213 pp., 16 pls., 21 figs., 110 songs. 1922. [IA]
     
  76. Archeological investigations, by Gerald Fowke. 204 pp., 45 pls., 37 figs. 1922. [IA]
    • I. Cave explorations in the Ozark region of Central Missouri.
    • II. Cave explorations in other States.
    • III. Explorations along the Missouri River bluffs in Kansas and Nebraska.
    • IV. Aboriginal house mounds. V. Archeological work in Hawaii.
       
  77. Villages of the Algonquian, Siouan, and Caddoan tribes west of the Mississippi, by David I. Bushnell, Jr. x + 211 pp., 55 pls., 12 figs. 1922. [IA]
     
  78. Handbook of the Indians of California, by A. L. Kroeber. xviii + 995 pp.. 83 pls. (incl. 1 pocket map), 78 figs. 1925. [IA]
     
  79. Blood revenge, war, and victory feasts among the Jibaro Indians of Eastern Ecuador, by Rafael Karsten. vii + 94 pp., 10 pls. 1923. [IA]
     
  80. Mandan and Hidatsa music, by Frances Densmore. xx + 192 pp., 19 pls., 6 figs., 110 songs. 1923. [IA]
     
  81. Excavations in the Chama Valley, New Mexico, by J. A. Jeancon. ix + 80 pp., 65 pls., 38 figs. 1923. [IA]
     
  82. Archeological observations north of the Rio Colorado, by Neil M. Judd. ix + 171 pp., 61 pls., 46 figs. 1926. [IA]
     
  83. Burials of the Algonquian, Siouan, and Caddoan tribes west of the Mississippi, by David I. Bushnell, Jr. x + 103 pp., 37 pls., 3 figs. 1927. [IA]
     
  84. Vocabulary of the Kiowa language, by John P. Harrington. v + 255 pp., 1 fig. 1928. [IA]
     
  85. Contributions to Fox ethnology, by Truman Michelson. vii + 168 pp., 2 pls., 2 figs. 1927. [IA]
    • Notes on the ceremonial runners of the Fox Indians.
    • A Sauk and Fox sacred pack.
    • A sacred pack called A'penawana'a belonging to the Thunder gens of the Fox Indians.
    • A sacred pack called Sagima'kwawa belonging to the Bear gens of the Fox Indians.
       
  86. Chippewa customs, by Frances Densmore. xii + 204 pp., 90 pls., 27 figs. 1929. [IA]
     
  87. Notes on the Buffalo-Head Dance of the Thunder gens of the Fox Indians, by Truman Michelson. v + 94 pp., 1 fig. 1928. [IA]
     
  88. Myths and tales of the Southeastern Indians, by John R. Swanton. x + 275 pp. 1929. [IA]
     
  89. Observations on the Thunder Dance of the Bear gens of the Fox Indians, by Truman Michelson. v + 73 pp., 1 fig. 1929. [IA]
     
  90. Papago music, by Frances Densmore. xx + 229 pp., 19 pls., 4 figs., 167 songs. 1929. [IA]
     
  91. Additional studies of the arts, crafts, and customs of the Guiana Indians, with special reference to those of southern British Guiana, by Walter E. Roth, xvii + 110 pp., 34 pls., 90 figs. 1929. [IA]
     
  92. Shabik'eshchee village: A late Basket Maker site in the Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, by Frank H. H. Roberts, Jr. viii + 164 pp., 31 pls., 32 figs. 1929. [IA]
     
  93. Pawnee music, by Frances Densmore. xviii + 129 pp., 8 pls., 86 songs. 1929. [IA]
     
  94. Tobacco among the Karuk Indians of California, by John P. Harrington, xxxvi + 284 pp., 36 pls., 2 figs. 1932. [IA]
     
  95. Contributions to Fox ethnology — II, by Truman Michelson. vii + 183 pp., 1 fig. 1930. [IA]
     
  96. Early Pueblo ruins in the Piedra district, southwestern Colorado, by Frank H. H. Roberts, Jr. ix + 190 pp., 55 pls., 40 figs. 1930. [IA]
     
  97. The Kamia of Imperial Valley, by E. W. Gifford. vii + 94 pp., 2 pls., 4 figs. 1931. [IA]
     
  98. Tales of the Cochiti Indians, by Ruth Benedict, x + 256 pp. 1931. [IA]
     
  99. The Swimmer manuscript: Cherokee sacred formulas and medicinal prescriptions, by James Mooney ; revised, completed, and edited by Frans M. Olbrechts. xvii + 319 pp., 13 pls. 1932. [IA]
     
  100. The ruins at Kiatuthlanna, eastern Arizona, by Frank H. H. Roberts, Jr. viii + 195 pp., 47 pls., 31 figs. 1931. [IA]
     
  101. War ceremony and peace ceremony of the Osage Indians, by Francis La Flesche. vii + 280 pp., 13 pls., 1 fig. 1939. [IA]
     
  102. Menominee music, by Frances Densmore. xxii + 230 pp., 27 pls., 3 figs., 140 songs. 1932. [IA]
     
  103. Source material for the social and ceremonial life of the Choctaw Indians, by John R. Swanton. vii + 282 pp., 6 pls., 1 fig. 1931. [IA]
     
  104. A survey of prehistoric sites in the region of Flagstaff, Arizona, by Harold S. Colton. vii + 69 pp., 10 pls. (inch 4 maps), 21 figs. 1932. [IA]
     
  105. Notes on the Fox Wapanowiweni, by Truman Michelson. v + 195 pp., 1 fig. 1932. [IA]
     
  106. Ethnographical survey of the Miskito and Sumu Indians of Honduras and Nicaragua, by Eduard Conzemius. vii + 191 pp., 10 pls., 1 fig. 1932. [IA]
     
  107. Karuk Indian myths, by John P. Harrington, v + 34 pp. 1932. [IA]
     
  108. A dictionary of the Atakapa language, accompanied by text material, by Albert S. Gatschet and John R. Swanton. v + 181 pp., 1 pl. 1932. [IA]
     
  109. A dictionary of the Osage language, by Francis La Flesche. v + 406 pp. 1932. [IA]
     
  110. Yuman and Yaqui music, by Frances Densmore. xviii + 216 pp., 31 pls., 7 figs., 130 songs. 1932. [IA]
     
  111. The Village of the Great Kivas on the Zuni Reservation, New Mexico, by Frank H. H. Roberts, Jr. ix + 197 pp., 64 pls., 34 figs. 1932. [IA]
     
  112. An introduction to Pawnee archeology, by Waldo Rudolph Wedel. xi + 122 pp., 12 pls., 10 maps, 12 figs. 1936. [IA]
     
  113. The Troyville mounds, Catahoula Parish, La., by Winslow M. Walker, vii + 73 pp., 16 pls., 15 figs. 1936. [IA]
     
  114. Fox miscellany, by Truman Michelson. v + 124 pp., 9 figs. 1937. [IA]
     
  115. Journal of Rudolph Friederich Kurz. Translated by Myrtis Jarrell. Edited by J. N. B. Hewitt, ix + 382 pp., 48 pls. 1937. [IA]
     
  116. Ancient caves of the Great Salt Lake region, by Julian H. Steward. xiv + 131 pp., 9 pls., 1 map, 48 figs. 1937. [IA]
     
  117. Historical and ethnographical material on the Jivaro Indians, by M. W. Stirling. xi + 148 pp., 37 pls., 1 map, 6 figs. 1938. [IA]
     
  118. An archaeological survey of the Norris Basin in eastern Tennessee, by William S. Webb, xv + 398 pp., 152 pls., 2 maps, 79 figs. 1938. [IA]
     
  119. Anthropological papers, numbers 1-6. ix + 204 pp., 12 pls., 7 figs. 1938. [IA]
    • No. 1. A preliminary report on archeological explorations at Macon, Ga., by A. R. Kelly. Pp. v-ix + 1-68, pls. 1-12, figs. 1-7.
    • No. 2. The northern Arapaho flat pipe and the ceremony of covering the pipe, by John G. Carter. Pp. 69-102, figs. 8-10.
    • No. 3. The Caribs of Dominica, by Douglas Taylor. Pp. 103-159, pls. 13-18, figs. 11-37.
    • No. 4. What happened to Green Bear who was blessed with a sacred pack, by Truman Michelson. Pp. 161-176.
    • No. 5. Lemhi Shoshoni physical therapy, by Julian H. Steward. Pp. 177-181.
    • No. 6. Panatiibiji', an Owens Valley Paiute, by Julian H. Steward. Pp. 183-195.
       
  120. Basin-Plateau aboriginal sociopolitical groups, by Julian H. Steward, xii + 346 pp., 3 pls., 13 figs. 1938. [IA]
     
  121. Archeological remains in the Whitewater District, eastern Arizona. Part I: House types, by Frank H. H. Roberts, Jr. xii + 276 pp., 30 pls., 53 figs. 1939. [IA]
     
  122. An archaeological survey of Wheeler Basin on the Tennessee River in northern Alabama, by William S. Webb. xv + 214 pp., 122 pls., 2 maps, 25 figs. 1939. [IA]
     
  123. Anthropological papers, numbers 7-12. viii + 305 pp., 32 pls., 27 figs. 1939. [IA]
    • No. 7. Archeological investigations in the Corozal District of British Honduras, by Thomas and Mary Gann. [Incl. Report on two skulls from British Honduras, by A. J. E. Cave, pp. 59-60]. vii-viii + 1-66, pls. 1-10, figs. 1-11.
    • No. 8. Linguistic classification of Cree and Montagnais-Naskapi dialects, by Truman Michelson. Pp. 67-95, fig. 12.
    • No. 9. Sedelmayr's Relacion of 1746, translated and edited by Ronald L. Ives. Pp. 97-117.
    • No. 10. Notes on the Creek Indians, by J. N. B. Hewitt, edited by John R. Swanton. Pp. 119-159, figs. 13-14.
    • No. 11. The Yaruros of the Capanaparo River, Venezuela, by Vincenzo Petrullo. Pp. 161-290, pls. 11-25, figs. 15-27.
    • No. 12. Archeology of Arauquin, by Vincenzo Petrullo. Pp. 291-295, pls. 26-32.
       
  124. Nootka and Quileute music, by Frances Densmore. xxvi + 358 pp., 24 pls., 7 figs., 210 songs. 1939. [IA]
     
  125. Ethnography of the Fox Indians, by William Jones; edited by Margaret Welpley Fisher, ix + 156 pp. 1939. [IA]
     
  126. Archeological remains in the Whitewater District, eastern Arizona. Part II; Artifacts and burials, by Frank H. H. Roberts, Jr. With appendix. Skeletal remains from the Wliitewater District, eastern Arizona, by T. D. Stewart, xi + 170 pp., 57 pls., 44 figs. 1940. [IA]
     
  127. Linguistic material from the tribes of southern Texas and northeastern Mexico, by John R. Swanton. v + 145 pp. 1940. [IA]
     
  128. Anthropological papers, numbers 13-18. xii + 368 pp., 52 pls., 77 figs. 1941. [IA]
    • No. 13. The mining of gems and ornamental stones by American Indians, by Sydney H. Ball. Pp. ix-xii+1-77, pls. 1-5.
    • No. 14. Iroquois suicide: A study in the stability of a culture pattern, by William N. Fenton. Pp. 79-137, pls. 6-8.
    • No. 15. Tonawanda longhouse ceremonies: Ninety years after Lewis Henry Morgan, by William N. Fenton. Pp. 139-165, pls. 9-18.
    • No. 16. The Quichua-speaking Indians of the Province of Imbabura (Ecuador) and their anthropometric relations with the living populations of the Andean area, by John Gillin. Pp. 167-228, pls. 19-29, figs. 1-2.
    • No. 17. Art processes in birchbark of the River Desert Algonquin, a circumboreal trait, by Frank G. Speck. Pp. 229-274, pls. 30-42, figs. 3-25.
    • No. 18. Archeological reconnaissance of southern Utah, by Julian H. Steward. Pp. 276-356, pls. 43-52, figs. 26-77.
       
  129. An archeological survey of Pickwick Basin in the adjacent portions of the States of Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee, by William S. Webb and David L. DeJarnette. With additions by Walter B. Jones; J. P. E. Morrison; Marshall T. Newman and Charles E. Snow; and William G. Haag. xxii + 536 pp., 316 pls., 2 maps, 99 figs. 1942. [IA]
     
  130. Archeological investigations at Buena Vista Lake, Kern County, California, by Waldo R. Wedel. With appendix, Skeletal remains from the Buena Vista sites, California, by T. D. Stewart, viii + 194 pp., 57 pls., 19 figs. 1941. [IA]
     
  131. Peachtree Mound and village site, Cherokee County, North Carolina, by Frank M. Setzler and Jesse D. Jennings. With appendix. Skeletal remains from the Peachtree Site, North Carolina, by T. D. Stewart, ix + 103 pp., 50 pls., 12 figs. 1941. [IA]
     
  132. Source material on the history and ethnology of the Caddo Indians, by John R. Swanton. vii + 332 pp., 19 pls., 5 figs. 1942. [IA]
     
  133. Anthropological papers, numbers 19-26. ix + 615 pp., 34 pls., 62 figs. 1943. [IA]
    • No. 19. A search for songs among the Chitimacha Indians in Louisiana, by Frances Densmore. Pp. 1-15, pls. 1-4.
    • No. 20. Archeological survey on the northern Northwest Coast, by Philip Drucker. With appendix, Early vertebrate fauna of the British Columbia coast, by Edna M. Fisher. Pp. 17-142, pls. 5-9, figs. 1-33.
    • No. 21. Some notes on a few sites in Beaufort County, South Carolina, by Regina Flannery. Pp. 143-153, figs. 34-35.
    • No. 22. An analysis and interpretation of the ceramic remains from two sites near Beaufort, South Carolina, by James B. Griffin. Pp. 155-168, pls. 10-12.
    • No. 23. The Eastern Cherokees, by William Harlen Gilbert, Jr. Pp. 169-413, pls. 13-17, figs. 36-55.
    • No. 24. Aconite poison whaling in Asia and America: An Aleutian transfer to the New World, by Robert F. Heizer. Pp. 416-468, pls. 18-23A, figs. 56-60.
    • No. 25. The Carrier Indians of the Bulkley River: Their social and religious life, by Diamond Jenness. Pp. 469-686, pls. 24-34, figs. 61-62.
    • No. 26. The quipu and Peruvian civilization, by John R. Swanton. Pp. 687-596.
       
  134. The native tribes of eastern Bolivia and western Matto Grosso, by Alfred Metraux. ix + 182 pp., 5 pls., 1 fig. 1942. [IA]
     
  135. Origin myth of Acoma and other records, by Matthew W. Sthling. viii + 123 pp., 17 pls., 8 figs. 1942. [IA]
     
  136. Anthropological papers, numbers 27-32. vii + 375 pp., 32 pls., 5 figs. 1943 [1944]. [IA]
    • No. 27. Music of the Indians of British Columbia, by Frances Densmore. Pp. 1-99, pls. 1-9, figs. 1-2, 98 songs.
    • No. 28. Choctaw music, by Frances Densmore. Pp. 101-188, pls. 10-21, figs. 3-4, 65 songs.
    • No. 29. Some ethnological data concerning one hundred Yucatan plants, by Morris Steggerda. Pp. 189-226, pls. 22-24.
    • No. 30. A description of thirty towns in Yucatan, Mexico, by Morris Steggerda. Pp. 227-248, pls. 25-28.
    • No. 31. Some western Shoshoni myths, by Julian H. Steward. Pp. 249-299.
    • No. 32. New material from Acoma, by Leslie A. White. Pp. 301-359, pls. 29-32, fig. 6.
       
  137. The Indians of the Southeastern United States, by John R. Swanton. xiii + 943 pp., 107 pls., 5 figs., 13 maps. 1946. [IA]
     
  138. Stone monuments of southern Mexico, by Matthew W. Stirling. vii + 84 pp., 62 pls., 14 figs. 1943 [1944], [IA]
     
  139. An introduction to the ceramics of Tres Zapotes, Veracruz, Mexico, by C. W. Weiant. xiv + 144 pp., 78 pls., 54 figs., 10 maps. 1943. [IA]
     
  140. Ceramic sequences at Tres Zapotes, Veracruz, Mexico, by Philip Drucker. ix + 155 pp., 65 pls., 46 figs. 1943. [IA]
     
  141. Ceramic stratigraphy at Cerro de las Mesas, Veracruz, Mexico, by Philip Drucker. viii + 95 pp., 58 pls., 210 figs. 1943 [1944]. [IA]
     
  142. The contemporary culture of the Cahita Indians, by Kalph L. Beals. xii + 244 pp., 20 pls., 33 figs., 1 map. 1945. [IA]
     
  143. Handbook of South American Indians. Julian H. Steward, editor. 7 vols.
    • Volume 1. The Marginal tribes, xix + 624 pp., 112 pls., 69 figs., 7 maps. 1946. [IA]
    • Volume 2. The Andean civilizations, xxxiv + 1035 pp., 192 pls., 100 figs., 11 maps. 1946. [IA]
    • Volume 3. The Tropical Forest tribes, xxvi + 986 pp., 126 pls., 134 figs., 8 maps. 1948. [IA]
    • Volume 4. The Circum-Caribbean tribes, xx + 609 pp., 98 pls., 79 figs., 11 maps. 1948. [IA]
    • Volume 5. The comparative ethnology of South American Indians. xxvi + 818 pp., 56 pls., 190 figs., 22 maps. 1949. [IA]
    • Volume 6. Physical anthropology, linguistics, and cultural geography of South American Indians, xiii + 715 pp., 47 pls., 3 figs., 18 maps. 1950. [IA]
    • Volume 7. Index [to the 6 volumes of the Handbook], vi + 286. 1959. [IA]
       
  144. The Northern and Central Nootkan tribes, by Philip Drucker. ix + 480 pp., 5 pls., 28 figs., 8 maps. 1951. [IA]
     
  145. The Indian tribes of North America, by John R. Swanton. vi + 726 pp., 5 maps. 1952. [IA]
     
  146. Chippewa child life and its cultural background, by Sister M. Inez Hilger. xiv + 204 pp., 31 pls., 1 fig. 1951. [IA]
     
  147. Journal of an expedition to the Mauvaises Terres and the Upper Missouri in 1850, by Thaddeus A. Culbertson. Edited by John Francis McDermott. viii + 164 pp., 2 maps. 1952. [IA]
     
  148. Arapaho child life and its cultural background, by Sister M. Inez Hilger. xv + 253 pp., 40 pls., 1 fig. 1952. [IA]
     
  149. Symposium on local diversity in Iroquois culture, edited by William N. Fenton. v + 187 pp., 21 figs. 1951. [IA]
     
  150. The modal personality structure of the Tuscarora Indians as revealed by the Rorschach test, by Anthony F. C. Wallace. viii + 120 pp., 1 pl., 8 figs. 1952. [IA]
     
  151. Anthropological papers, numbers 33-42. ix + 507 pp., 37 pls., 25 figs., 7 maps. 1953. [IA]
    • No. 33. Of the Crow Nation, by Edwin Thompson Denig, edited with biographical sketch and footnotes by John C. Ewers. Pp. 1-74, pls. 1-6, map 1.
    • No. 34. The water lily in Maya art: a complex of alleged Asiatic origin, by Robert L. Rands. Pp. 75-153, figs. 1-6.
    • No. 35. The medicine bundles of the Florida Seminole and the Green Corn Dance, by Louis Capron. Pp. 155-210, pls. 7-15, figs. 7-10.
    • No. 36. Technique in the music of the American Indian, by Frances Densmore. Pp. 213-216.
    • No. 37. The belief of the Indian in a connection between song and the supernatural, by Frances Densmore. Pp. 217-223.
    • No. 38. Aboriginal fish poisons, by Robert F. Heizer. Pp. 225-283, pls. 16-19, maps 2-4.
    • No. 39. Aboriginal navigation off the coasts of Upper and Baja California, by Robert F. Heizer and William C. Massey. Pp. 285-311, pls. 20-23, figs. 11 and 12, maps 5-7.
    • No. 40. Exploration of an Adena Mound at Natrium, West Virginia, by Ralph S. Solecki. Pp. 313-395, pls. 24-29, figs. 13-19.
    • No. 41. The Wind River Shoshone Sun Dance, by D. B. Shimkin. Pp. 397-484, pls. 30-37, figs. 20-25.
    • No. 42. Current trends in the Wind River Shoshone Sun Dance, by Fred W. Voget. Pp. 485-499.
       
  152. Index to Schoolcraft's "Indian tribes of the United States," compiled by Frances S. Nichols, vi + 257 pp. 1954. [IA]
     
  153. La Venta, Tabasco: A study of Olmec ceramics and art, by Philip Drucker. With a chapter on structural investigations in 1943, by Waldo R. Wedel, and appendix on technological analyses, by Anna O. Shepard. x + 257 pp., 66 pls., 64 figs. 1952. [IA]
     
  154. River Basin Surveys Papers, Nos. 1-6. xv + 336 pp., 56 pls., 40 figs. 1953. [IA]
    • No. 1. Prehistory and the Missouri Valley development program: summary report on the Missouri River Basin archeological survey in 1948, by Waldo R. Wedel. Pp. xv-xviii, 1-59, pls. 1-12, fig. 1.
    • No. 2. Prehistory and the Missouri Valley development program: summary report on the Missouri River Basin archeological survey in 1949, by Waldo R. Wedel. Pp. 61-101, pls. 13-15.
    • No. 3. The Woodruff ossuary, a prehistoric burial site in Phillips County, Kansas, by Marvin F. Kivett. Pp. 103-141, pls. 16-28, figs. 2-3.
    • No. 4. The Addicks Dam site:
      • I. An archeological survey of the Addicks Dam Basin, southeast Texas, by Joe Ben Wheat. Pp. 143-252, pls. 29-47, figs. 4-23.
      • II. Indian skeletal remains from the Doering and Kobs sites, Addicks Reservoir, Texas, by Marshall T. Newman. Pp. 253-266, figs. 24-28.
    • No. 5. The Hodges site:
      • I. Two rock shelters near Tucumcari, New Mexico, by Herbert W. Dick. Pp. 267-284, pls. 48-54, figs. 29-30.
      • II. Geology of the Hodges site, Quay County, New Mexico, by Sheldon Judson. Pp. 285-302, figs. 31-35.
    • No. 6. The Rembert mounds, Elbert County, Georgia, by Joseph R. Caldwell. Pp. 303-320, pls. 55-56, figs. 36-40.
       
  155. Prehistoric settlement patterns in the Viru Valley, Peru, by Gordon R. Willey. xxii + 453 pp., 60 pls., 88 figs. 1953. [IA]
     
  156. The Iroquois Eagle Dance, an offshoot of the Calumet Dance, by William N. Fenton, with an analysis of the Iroquois Eagle Dance and songs, by Gertrude Prokosch Kurath. vi + 324 pp., 28 pls., 36 figs. 1953. [IA]
     
  157. Anthropological Papers, numbers 43-48. iii + 415 pp., 76 pls., 23 figs. 1955. [IA]
    • No. 43. Stone monuments of the Rio Chiquito, Veracruz, Mexico, by Matthew W. Stirling. Pp. 1-23, pls. 1-26, fig. 1.
    • No. 44. The Cerro de las Mesas offering of jade and other materials, by Philip Drucker. Pp. 25-68, pls. 27-54, figs. 2-9.
    • No. 45. Archeological materials from the vicinity of Mobridge, South Dakota, by Waldo R. Wedel. Pp. 69-188, pls. 55-71, figs. 10-12.
    • No. 46. The original Strachey vocabulary of the Virginia Indian language, by John P. Harrington. Pp. 189-202, 16 sheets of vocabulary with 16 keys.
    • No. 47. The Sun Dance of the Northern Ute, by J. A. Jones. Pp. 203-263, fig. 13.
    • No. 48. Some manifestations of water in Mesoamerican art, by Robert L. Rands. Pp. 265-393, pls. 72-76, figs. 14-23.
       
  158. River Basin Surveys Papers, No. 7: Archeological investigations in the Oahe Dam area. South Dakota, 1950-51, by Donald J. Lehmer. With appendixes by Theodore E. White, and Norton H. Nickerson and Ding Hou. xi + 190 pp., 22 pls., 56 figs., 6 maps. 1954. [IA]
     
  159. The horse in Blackfoot Indian culture, with comparative material from other western tribes, by John C. Ewers, xv + 374 pp., 17 pls., 33 figs. 1955. Reprinted 1969. [IA]
     
  160. A ceramic study of Virginia archeology, by Clifford Evans. With appendix. An analysis of projectile points and large blades, by C. G. Holland. viii + 195 pp., 30 pls., 23 figs. 1955. [IA]
     
  161. Seminole music, by Frances Densmore. xxviii + 224 pp., 18 pls., 1 fig., 243 music scores. 1956. [IA]
     
  162. Guaymi grammar and dictionary, with some ethnological notes, by Ephraim S. Alphonse. ix + 128 pp. 1956. [IA]
     
  163. The Dine: Origin myths of the Navaho Indians, by Aileen O'Bryan. vii + 194 pp. 1956. [IA]
     
  164. Anthropological papers, numbers 49-56. x + 355 pp., 75 pls., 20 figs. 1957. [IA]
    • No. 49. The Ormond Beach Mound, East Central Florida, by Jesse D. Jennings, Gordon R. Willey, and Marshall T. Newman. Pp. v-x+1-28, pls. 1-12, figs. 1-4.
    • No. 50. Hair pipes in Plains Indian adornment, a study in Indian and White ingenuity, by John C. Ewers. Pp. 29-85, pls. 13-37, maps 1-6.
    • No. 51. Observations on some nineteenth-century pottery vessels from the Upper Missouri, by Waldo R. Wedel. Pp. 87-114, pls. 38-45, map 7.
    • No. 52. Revaluation of the Eastern Siouan problem, with particular emphasis on the Virginia branches — the Occaneechi, the Saponi, and the Tutelo, by Carl F. Miller. Pp. 115-212, maps 8-14.
    • No. 53. An archeological reconnaissance in Southeastern Mexico, by Matthew W. Stirling. Pp. 213-240, pls. 46-73, fig. 5, map 15.
    • No. 54. Valladolid Maya enumeration, by John P. Harrington. Pp. 241-278.
    • No. 55. Letters to Jack Wilson, the Paiute Prophet, written between 1908 and 1911, edited and with an introduction by Grace M. Dangberg. Pp. 279-296.
    • No. 56. Factionalism at Taos Pueblo, New Mexico, by William N. Fenton. Pp. 297-344, pls. 74-75.
       
  165. Music of Acoma, Isleta, Cochiti, and Zuni Pueblos, by Frances Densmore. xii + 117 pp., 6 pls., 82 music transcriptions. 1957. [IA]
     
  166. River Basin Surveys Papers, No. 8: Excavations in the McNary Reservoir Basin near Umatilla, Oregon, by Douglas Osborne. With appendixes by Marshall T. Newman, Arthur Woodward, W. J. Kroll, and B. H. McLeod. ix + 258 pp., 40 pls., 6 figs., 19 maps. 1957. [IA]
     
  167. Archeological investigations at the mouth of the Amazon, by Betty J. Meggers and Clifford Evans, xxviii + 664 pp., 112 pls., 206 figs., 71 tables. 1957. [IA]
     
  168. The Native Brotherhoods: Modern intertribal organizations on the Northwest Coast, by Philip Drucker. iv + 194pp. 1958. [IA]
     
  169. River Basin Surveys Papers, numbers 9-14. ix + 392 pp., 73 pls., 13 figs., 9 maps. 1958. [IA]
    • No. 9. Archeological investigations in the Heart Butte Reservoir area, North Dakota, by Paul L. Cooper. Pp. 1-40, pls. 1-12, figs. 1 and 2, maps 1 and 2.
    • No. 10. Archeological investigations at the Tuttle Creek Dam, Kansas, by Robert B. Cumming, Jr. Pp. 41-78, pls. 13-24, maps 3 and 4.
    • No. 11. The Spain site (39LM301), a winter village in Fort Randall Reservoir, South Dakota, by Carlyle S. Smith and Roger T. Grange, Jr. Pp. 79-128, pls. 25-36, figs. 3 and 4, maps 5 and 6.
    • No. 12. The Wilbanks site (9CK-5), Georgia, by William H. Sears. Pp. 129-194, pls. 37-45, figs. 5-9, map 7.
    • No. 13. Historic sites in and around the Jim Woodruff Reservoir area, Florida- Georgia, by Mark F. Boyd. Pp. 195-314, pls. 46-55, figs. 10 and 11, map 8.
    • No. 14. Six sites near the Chattahoochee River in the Jim Woodruff Reservoir area, Florida, by Ripley P. Bullen. Pp. 315-357, pls. 56-73, figs. 12 and 13, map 9.
       
  170. Excavations at La Venta, Tabasco, 1955, by Philip Drucker, Robert F. Heizer, and Robert J. Squier. With appendixes by Jonas E. Gullberg, Garniss H. Curtis, and A. Starker Leopold. viii + 312 pp., 63 pls., 82 figs. 1959. [IA]
     
  171. The North Alaskan Eskimo: A study in ecology and society, by Robert F. Spencer. vi + 490 pp., 9 pls., 2 figs., 4 maps. 1959. [IA]
     
  172. The story of a Tlingit community: A problem in the relationship between archeological, ethnological, and historical methods, by Frederica de Laguna. x + 254 pp., 11 pls., 18 figs., 1960. [IA]
     
  173. Anthropological Papers, numbers 57-62. iii + 498 pp., 61 pls., 37 figs., 2 maps. 1960. [IA]
    • No. 57. Preceramic and ceramic cultural patterns in northwest Virginia, by C. G. Holland. Pp. 1-129, figs. 1-12.
    • No. 58. An introduction to Plains Apache archeology — the Dismal River Aspect, by James H. Gunnerson. Pp. 131-260, pls. 1-38, figs. 13-24.
    • No. 59. The use of the atlatl on Lake Patzcuaro, Michoacan, by M. W. Stirling. Pp. 261-268, pls. 39-41.
    • No. 60. A Caroline Islands script, by Saul H. Riesenberg and Shigeru Kaneshiro. Pp. 269-333, pls. 42-44, figs. 25-28, map 1.
    • No. 61. Dakota winter counts as a source of Plains history, by James H. Howard. Pp. 335-416, pls. 45-47.
    • No. 62. Stone tipi rings in north-central Montana and the adjacent portion of Alberta, Canada: Their historical, ethnological, and archeological aspects, by Thomas F. Kehoe. Pp. 417-473, pls. 48-61, figs. 29-37, map 2.
       
  174. An introduction to Kansas archeology, by Waldo R. Wedel. With description of the skeletal remains from Doniphan and Scott Counties, Kansas, by T. D. Stewart, xvii + 723 pp., 97 pls., 109 figs. 1959. [IA]
     
  175. Mohave ethnopsychiatry and suicide: The psychiatric knowledge and the psychic disturbances of an Indian tribe, by George Devereux. vi + 586 pp., 10 pls. 1961. [IA]
     
  176. Inter-Agency Archeological Salvage Program, Frank H. H. Roberts, Jr., Editor, River Basin Surveys Papers, numbers 15-20, ix + 337 pp., 65 pls., 25 figs., 7 maps. 1960. [IA]
    • No. 15. Historic sites archeology on the Upper Missouri, by Merrill J. Mattes. Pp. 1-23.
    • No. 16. Historic sites archeology in the Fort Randall Reservoir, South Dakota, by John E. Mills. Pp. 25-48, pls. 1-9, figs. 1-2, map 1.
    • No. 17. The excavation and investigation of Fort Lookout Trading Post II (39LM57) in the Fort Randall Reservoir, South Dakota, by Carl F. Miller. Pp. 49-82, pls. 10-18, figs. 3-14, map 2.
    • No. 18. Fort Pierre II (39ST217), a historic trading post in the Oahe Dam area. South Dakota, by G. Hubert Smith. Pp. 83-158, pls. 19-30, maps 3 and 4.
    • No. 19. Archeological investigations at the site of Fort Stevenson (32ML1), Garrison Reservoir, North Dakota, by G. Hubert Smith. With appendix by Carlyle S.. Smith. Pp. 159-238, pls. 31-54, figs. 15-20, maps 5 and 6.
    • No. 20. The archeology of a small trading post (Kipp's Post, 32MN1) in the Garrison Reservoir, North Dakota, by Alan R. Woolworth and W. Raymond Wood. Pp. 239-305, pls. 55-65, figs. 21-25, map 7.
       
  177. Archeological investigations in British Guiana, South America, by Clifford Evans and Betty J. Meggers. xxi + 418 pp., 68 pls., 127 figs. 1960. [IA]
     
  178. Index to Bulletins 1-100 of the Bureau of American Ethnology, with index to Contributions to North American Ethnology, Introductions, and Miscellaneous Publications, by Biren Borinerjea. vi + 726 pp. 1963. [IA]
     
  179. River Basin Surveys Papers, numbers 21-24. xx + 337 pp., 56 pls., 43 figs., 7 maps. 1961. [IA]
    • No. 21. Excavations at Texarkana Reservoir, Sulphur River, Texas, by Edward B. Jelks. Pp. xin-xvni+1-78, pls. 1-17, figs. 1-9.
    • No. 22. Archeological investigations at the Coralville Reservoir, Iowa. by Warren W. Caldwell. Pp. 79-148, pls. 18-29, figs. 10-20.
    • No. 23. The McNary Reservoir: A study in Plateau archeology, by Joel L. Shiner. Pp. 149-266, pls. 30-46, figs. 25-40, maps 1-7.
    • No. 24. The Sheep Island site and the Mid-Columbia Valley, by Douglas Osborne, Alan Bryan, and Robert H. Crabtree. Pp. 267-306, pls. 45-56, figs. 41-43.
       
  180. Symposium on Cherokee and Iroquois culture, edited by William N. Fenton and John Gulick. Papers 1-25. vi + 292 pp. 1961. [IA]
    • No. 1. Foreword by the editors.
    • No. 2. Iroquois-Cherokee linguistic relations, by Floyd G. Lounsbury.
    • No. 3. Comment on Floyd G. Lounsbury's "Iroquois-Cherokee Linguistic Relations," by Mary R. Haas.
    • No. 4, Iroquois archeology and settlement patterns, by William A. Ritchie.
    • No. 5. First comment on William A. Ritchie's "Iroquois Archeology and Settlement Patterns," by William H. Sears.
    • No. 6. Second comment on William A. Ritchie's "Iroquois Archeology and Settlement Patterns," by Douglas S. Byers.
    • No. 7. Cherokee archeology, by Joffre L. Coe.
    • No. 8. Comment on Joffre L. Coe's "Cherokee Archeology," by Charles H. Fairbanks.
    • No. 9. Eastern Woodlands community typology and acculturation, by John Witthoft.
    • No. 10. Comment on John Witthoft's "Eastern Woodlands Community Typology and Acculturation," by John M. Goggin.
    • No. 11. Cherokee economic cooperatives: the Gadugi, by Raymond D. Fogelson and Paul Kutsche.
    • No. 12. The rise of the Cherokee State as an instance in a class: The "Mesopotamian" career to statehood, by Fred O. Gearing.
    • No. 13. Comment on Fred O. Gearing's "The Rise of the Cherokee State as an Instance in a Class: The 'Mesopotamian' Career to Statehood," by Annemarie Shimony.
    • No. 14. Cultural composition of the Handsome Lake Religion, by Anthony F. C. Wallace.
    • No. 15. Comment on Anthony F. C. Wallace's "Cultural Composition of the Handsome Lake Religion," by Wallace L. Chafe.
    • No. 16. The Redbird Smith movement, by Robert K. Thomas.
    • No. 17. Comment on Robert K. Thomas's "The Redbird Smith Movement," by Fred W. Voget.
    • No. 18. Effects of environment on Cherokee-Iroquois ceremonialism, music, and dance, by Gertrude P. Kurath.
    • No. 19. Comment on Gertrude P. Kurath's "Effects of Environment on Cherokee-Iroquois Ceremonialism, Music, and Dance," by WilHam C. Sturtevant.
    • No. 20. The Iroquois fortunetellers and their conservative influence, by Annemarie Shimony.
    • No. 21. Change, persistence, and accommodation in Cherokee medico-magical beliefs, by Raymond D. Fogelson.
    • No. 22. Some observations on the persistence of aboriginal Cherokee personality traits, by Charles H. Holzinger.
    • No. 23. First Comment on Charles H. Holzinger's "Some Observations on the Persistence of Aboriginal Cherokee Personality Traits," by David Landy.
    • No. 24. Second Comment on Charles H. Holzinger's "Some Observations on the Persistence of Aboriginal Cherokee Personality Traits," by John Gulick.
    • No. 25. Iroquoian culture history: A general evaluation, by William N. Fenton.
       
  181. Isleta paintings, with introduction and commentary by Elsie Clews Parsons. Edited by Esther S. Goldfrank and with Annotated Glossary of Isleta Terms, by George L. Trager. xvi + 299 pp., 142 pls. (incl. 12 pls. in color). 1962. [Reprinted, with a new Foreword, 1970.] [IA]
     
  182. Inter-Agency Archeological Salvage Program, Frank H. H. Roberts, Jr., Editor, River Basin Surveys Papers, number 25. Archeology of the John H. Kerr Reservoir Basin, Roanoke River, Virginia-North Carolina, by Carl F. Miller. With appendix: Human skeletal remains from the Tollifero (He6) and Clarksville (Mcl4) sites, John H. Kerr Reservoir Basin, Virginia, by Lucile E. Hoyme and William M. Bass. xvi + 447 pp., 110 pls., 65 figs., 20 maps. 1962. [IA]
     
  183. Seneca Thanksgiving rituals, by Wallace L. Chafe, iii + 302 pp. 1961. [IA]
     
  184. The Pueblo of Sia, New Mexico, by Leslie A. White. xii + 358 pp., 12 pls., 55 figs. 1962. [IA]
     
  185. Inter-Agency Archeological Salvage Program, Frank H. H. Roberts, Jr., Editor, River Basin Surveys Papers, numbers 26-32. xii + 344 pp., 57 pls., 43 figs., 5 maps. 1963. [IA]
    • No. 26. Small sites in and about Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, Garrison Reservoir, by George Metcalf.
    • No. 27. Star Village: A fortified historic Arikara site in Mercer County, North Dakota, by George Metcalf.
    • No. 28. The dance hall of the Santee Bottoms on the Fort Berthold Reservation, Garrison Reservoir, North Dakota, by Donald D. Hartle.
    • No. 29. Crow-Flies-High (32MZ1), a historic Hidatsa village in the Garrison Reservoir Area, North Dakota, by Carling Malouf.
    • No. 30. The Stutsman Focus: An aboriginal culture complex in the Jamestown Reservoir Area, by R. P. Wheeler.
    • No. 31. Archeological manifestations in the Toole County section of the Tiber Reservoir Basin, Montana, by Carl F. Miller.
    • No. 32. Archeological salvage investigations in the Lovewell Reservoir area, Kansas, by Robert W, Neuman.
       
  186. Anthropological Papers, numbers 63-67. iv + 310 pp., 60 pls., 35 figs., 2 maps. 1963. [IA]
    • No. 63. Tarqui, an early site in Manabi Province, Ecuador, by Matthew W. and Marion Stirling.
    • No. 64. Blackfoot Indian pipes and pipe making, by John C. Ewers.
    • No. 65. The Warihio Indians of Sonora-Chihuahua: An ethnographic survey, by Howard Scott Gentry.
    • No. 66. The Yaqui Deer Dance: A study in cultural change, by Carleton Stafiford Wilder.
    • No. 67. Chippewa mat-weaving techniques, by Karen Daniels Petersen.
       
  187. Iroquois music and dance: Ceremonial arts of two Seneca Longhouses, by Gertrude P. Kurath. xvi + 268 pp., 3 pls., 164 figs. 1964. [IA]
     
  188. Shonto: A study of the role of the trader in a modern Navaho community, by William Y. Adams, xi + 329 pp., 10 pls., 3 figs., 3 maps, 12 charts. 1963. [IA]
     
  189. Inter-Agency Archeological Salvage Program, Frank H. H. Roberts, Jr., Editor, River Basin Surveys Papers, numbers 33-38. xiv + 405, pp., 58 pls., 66 figs., 13 maps. 1964. [IA]
    • No. 33. The Paul Brave site (32S14), Oahe Reservoir area. North Dakota, by W. Raymond Wood and Alan R. Woolworth.
    • No. 34. The Demery site (39C01), Oahe Reservoir area, South Dakota, by Alan R. Woolworth and W. Raymond Wood.
    • No. 35. Archeological investigations at the Hosterman site (39P07), Oahe Reservoir area, Potter County, South Dakota, 1956, by Carl F. Miller.
    • No. 36. Archeological investigations at the Hickey Brothers site (39LM4), Big Bend Reservoir, Lyman County, South Dakota, by Warren W. Caldwell, Lee G. Madison, and Bernard Golden.
    • No. 37. The Good Soldier site (39LM238), Big Bend Reservoir, Lyman County, South Dakota, by Robert W. Neuman.
    • No. 38. Archeological investigations in the Toronto Reservoir area, Kansas, by James H. Howard.
       
  190. An ethnography of the Huron Indians, 1615-1649, by Elisabeth Tooker. iv + 183 pp. 1964. [IA]
     
  191. Anthropological Papers, numbers 68-74. iii + 425 pp., 104 pls., 55 figs., 13 maps. 1964. [IA]
    • No. 68. The prehistory of Panama Viejo, by Leo P. Biese.
    • No. 69. The language of Santa Ana Pueblo, by Irvine Davis.
    • No. 70. Observations on certain ancient tribes of the Northern Appalachian Province, by Bernard G. Hoffman.
    • No. 71. El Limon, an early tomb site in Code Province, Panama, by Matthew W. and Marion Stirling.
    • No. 72. Archeological notes on Almirante Bay, Bocas del Toro, Panama, by Matthew W. and Marion Stirling.
    • No. 73. The archeology of Taboga, Uraba, and Taboguilla Islands, Panama, by Matthew W. and Marion Stirling.
    • No. 74. Iroquois masks and maskmaking at Onondaga, by Jean Hendry. Out of print.
       
  192. Archeology of the Yakutat Bay area, Alaska, by Frederica de Laguna, Francis A. Riddell, Donald F. McGeein, Kenneth S. Lane, and J. Arthur Freed, with a chapter by Carolyn Osborne, xi + 245 pp., 19 pls., 25 figs., 7 maps. 1964. [IA]
     
  193. Archeological investigations in the Parita and Santa Maria zones of Panama, by John Ladd. xii + 291 pp., 25 pls., 68 figs., 2 maps, 14 charts. 1964. [IA]
     
  194. Hidatsa social and ceremonial organization, by Alfred W. Bowers, xii + 528 pp., 12 pls., 12 figs., 5 maps, 14 charts, 4 tables. 1965. [IA]
     
  195. The Ponca tribe, by James H. Howard, xii + 191 pp., 24 pls., 8 figs., 1 map. 1965. [IA]
     
  196. Anthropological papers, numbers 75-80. iii + 470 pp., 4 pls., 14 figs., 2 maps, 26 tables. 1966. [IA]
    • No. 75. Chronicles of Wolf town: Social Documents of the North Carolina Cherokees, 1850-1862, by Anna Gritts Kilpatrick and Jack Frederick Kilpatrick.
    • No. 76. The Gift of Changing Woman, by Keith H. Basso.
    • No. 77. The Wahnenauhi Manuscript: Historical Sketches of the Cherokees, Together with Some of their Customs, Traditions, and Superstitions, edited and with an introduction by Jack Frederick Kilpatrick.
    • No. 78. The "Principal People," 1960: A Study of Cultural and Social Groups of the Eastern Cherokee, by Harriet Jane Kupferer.
    • No. 79. The Ramah Navaho, by Clyde Kluckhohn.
    • No. 80. Eastern Cherokee Folktales: Reconstructed from the Field Notes of Frans M. Olbrechts, by Jack Frederick Kilpatrick and Anna Gritts Kilpatrick.
       
  197. An analysis of sources of information on the population of the Navaho, by Denis Foster Johnston. v + 220 pp., 7 maps, 36 tables. 1966. [IA]
     
  198. Inter-Agency Archeological Salvage Program, River Basin Surveys Papers, Robert L. Stephenson, editor, xiv + 232 pp., 17 figs., 9 pls., 20 maps, 15 tables. 1967. No. 39. An interpretation of Mandan culture history, by W. Raymond Wood. [IA]
     
  199. The ethnoarcheology of Crow Village, Alaska, by Wendell H. Oswalt and James W. VanStone. viii + 136 figs., 16 pls., 1 map. 1967. [IA]
     
  200. List of publications of the Bureau of American Ethnology, with index to authors and titles. 1971. [IA]
     

Contributions to North American Ethnology I-IX:
  1. VOLUME I, 1877:
    • Part I. Tribes of the extreme northwest, by W. H. Dall. 156 p., 9 fig., 10 pl., pocket map. [IA]
      • On the distribution and nomenclature of the native tribes of Alaska and the adjacent territory. With a map. pp. 7-40.
      • On succession in the shell-heaps of the Aleutian islands, pp. 41-91.
      • On the origin of the Innuit. pp. 93-106.
      • Appendix to Part I. Linguistics, pp. 107-156.
        • Notes on the natives of Alaska, by J. Furuhelm, [1862.] pp. 111-116.
        • Terms of relationship used by the Innuit: a series obtained from natives of Cumberland inlet, by W. H. Dall. pp. 117-119.
        • Vocabularies, by Gibbs and Dall. pp. 121-153.
        • Note on the use of numerals among the T'sim si-an', by George Gibbs, M.D. pp. 155-156.
    • Part II. Tribes of western Washington and northwestern Oregon, by George Gibbs, M.D. pp. 157-241; appendix, pp. 243-361, pocket map.
      • Appendix to Part II. Linguistics, pp. 247-361.
        • Comparative vocabularies, by Gibbs, Tolmie, and Mengarini. pp. 247-283.
        • Dictionary of the Niskwalli, by George Gibbs. pp. 285-361.

  2. VOLUME II, 1890 [1891]:
    • The Klamath Indians of southwestern Oregon, by Albert Samuel Gatschet. 2 pts. cvii, 711 p., map; iii, 711 p.
      • Volume 1. [IA]
      • Volume 2. [IA]

  3. VOLUME III, 1877:
    • Tribes of California, by Stephen Powers. 635 p., 1 pl., 44 fig., 3 p. music, pocket map. [IA]
      • Appendix [Linguistics], edited by J. W. Powell, pp. 439-613.

  4. VOLUME IV, 1881:
    • Houses and house-life of the American aborigines, by Lewis H. Morgan, xiv, 281 p., 57 pl. and fig. [IA]

  5. VOLUME V, 1881-1882:
    • Contributions to North American Ethnology. [IA]
      • Observations on cup-shaped and other lapidarian sculptures in the old world and in America, by Charles Rau. [1882.] 112 p., 61 fig. 1881. [IA]
      • On prehistoric trephining and cranial amulets, by Robert Fletcher, M.R.C.S. Eng. Act. asst. surgeon U.S. army. [1882.] 32 p., 9 pl., 2 fig. 1882. [IA]
      • A study of the manuscript Troano, by Cyrus Thomas Ph.D. with an introduction by D. G. Brinton M.D. [1882.] xxxvii, 237 p., 9 pl., 101 fig. 1882. [IA]

  6. VOLUME VI, 1890 [1892]:
    • The Cegiha language, by James Owen Dorsey. xviii, 794 p. [IA]

  7. VOLUME VII, 1890 [1892]:
    • A Dakota-English dictionary, by Stephen Return Riggs, edited by James Owen Dorsey. x, 665 p. [IA]

  8. VOLUME VIII, not published:
    • [This volume was listed in BAE Bulletin 24 (1894) as being in press with the title "Pottery of Eastern United States," by William H. Holmes. The latter work was eventually published in the Twentieth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology (1903) as "Aboriginal Pottery of the Eastern United States."]

  9. VOLUME IX, 1893:
    • Dakota grammar, texts, and ethnography, by S. R. Riggs, edited by James Owen Dorsey. xxxii, 239 p. [IA]