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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R COMMUNITY ANALYSIS—AN EXAMPLE OF ANTHROPOLOGY IN GOVERNMENT
      1. JOHN F. EMBREE
    2. R THE PALEOLITHIC PERIOD IN POLAND
      1. SULA BENET-TYGEL
    3. R MEDICINE AND CURING PRACTICES OF THE MODERN FLORIDA SEMINOLES
      1. ROBERT F. GREENLEE
    4. R TWO EXAMPLES OF NAVAHO PHYSIOTHERAPY
      1. LELAND C. WYMAN
        FLORA L. BAILEY
    5. R TETON DAKOTA KINSHIP SYSTEM
      1. ROYAL B. HASSRICK
    6. R KINSHIP TERMINOLOGY, MARRIAGE PRACTICES AND BEHAVIOR TOWARD KIN AMONG THE ATSUGEWI*
      1. THOMAS R. GARTH
    7. R CATEGORIES OF THE GENERIC AND THE PARTICULAR IN WINTU·'
      1. D. DEMETRACOPOULOU LEE
    8. R THE SHAWNEE FEMALE DEITY IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
      1. C. F. VOEGELIN
        E. W. VOEGELIN
    9. R MIWOK LINEAGES
      1. E. W. GIFFORD
    10. R LINGUISTICS AND THE AGE AND AREA HYPOTHESIS
      1. G. BONFANTE
        THOMAS A. SEBEOK

Book Review

    1. R NORTH AMERICA: Anasazi Basketry, Basket Maker II through Pueblo III, a study based on specimens from the San Juan River Country. Earl H. Morris and Robert F. Burgh.
      1. Gene Weltfish
    2. R NORTH AMERICA: Pueblo Indian Embroidery. H. P. Mera
      1. Leslie A. White
    3. R Archaeology of Mescalitan Island and Customs of the Chumash. Phil C. Orr
      1. Robert F. Heizer
    4. R NORTH AMERICA: Crazy Weather. Carles L. McNichols
      1. A. L. Kroeber
    5. R SOUTH AMERICA: Rebellion in the Backlands; translated from Os Sertoes by Euclides da Cunha, with Introduction and Notes by Samuel Putnam
      1. Claude Lévi-Strauss
    6. R AFRICA: The Nuer: a Description of the Modes of Livelihood and Political Institutions of a Nilotic People. E. E. Evans-Pritchard
      1. Melville J. Herskovits
    7. R A Black Byzantium. S. F. Nadel
      1. Dorothy Bramson
    8. R PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Skull of Sinanthropus Pekinensis; A Comparative Study on a Primitive Hominid Skull. Franz Weidenreich.
      1. M. F. Ashley Montagu
    9. R PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Man's Poor Relations. Earnest Hooton.
      1. E. Adamson Hoebel
    10. R PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Edward Tyson, M.D., F.R.S., 1650–1708, and the Rise of Human and Comparative Anatomy in England. A Study in the History of Science. M. F. Ashley Montagu.
      1. H. L. Shapiro
    11. R MISCELLANEOUS: The Road to Hel, A Study of the Conception of the Dead in Old Norse Literature. Hilda Roderick Ellis
      1. Ralph Linton
    12. R MISCELLANEOUS: Gourd Growers of the South Seas: An Introduction to the Study of the Lagenaria Gourd in the Culture of the Polynesians. E. S. Dodge.
      1. George F. Carter
    13. R MISCELLANEOUS: Emotions and Memory. David Rapaport.
      1. Clyde Kluckhohn

Some New Publications

    1. R SOME NEW PUBLICATIONS

Brief Communications

    1. R TRIPLE CLOTH: NEW TYPES OF ANCIENT PERUVIAN TECHNIQUE
      1. H. Newell Wardle
    2. R THE SURVIVAL OF OMAHA SONGS
      1. Frances Densmore
    3. R HAIRDRESSING AS PRACTIVISED BY THE MAYA WOMEN OF YUCATAN, MEXICO
      1. Morris Steggerda
    4. R "STONE GONGS“ OR "RINGING STONES“
      1. Morris Steggerda
    5. R Collier Replies to Mekeel
      1. John Collier

Notes and News

    1. R NOTES AND NEWS