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[132] A. C. Haddon, The Decorative Art of British New Guinea (Cunningham Memoirs, X. [Dublin, 1894]).

[133] Karl von den Steinen, Unter den Naturvolkern Zentral-Brasiliens (Berlin, 1894).

[134] W. H. Holmes, Ancient Art of the Province of Chiriqui, Colombia, (Sixth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology [Washington, 1888], pp. 3 et seq.); S. W. Putnam, Conventialism in Ancient American Art (Bulletin Essex Institute, vol. XVIII [1886], pp. 155167); George Grant Mc Curdy, The Armadillo in the Ancient Art of Chiriqui (Fifteenth International Congress of Americanists [Quebec, 1907], vol. II, pp. 147163).

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[136] , , .

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[138] Von den Steinen, Die Bedeutung der Textilmuster fiir den gcometrischen Stil der Naturvolker (Correspondenz-Blatt der deutschen Ge-sellschait fiir Anthropologic, Ethnologie und Urgeschichte, vol. XXXV [19041, p. 126); Max Schmidt, Jndianerstudien in Zentral-Brasilien (Berlin, 1905) pp. 330 et seq.; Franz Boas, The Decorative Arts of the North American Indians (Popular Science Monthly, 1903, pp. 481498); Heinrich Schurtz, Urgeschichte der Kultur (1900), p. 540; A. S. F. Hamblin, The American Architect and Building News (1898).

[139] Richard Andree, Ethnographische Parallelen und Vergleiche (Neue Folge, 1889), pp. 107 et seq.

[140] Washington Matthews, The Gentile System of the Navajo Indians, (Journal of American Folk-Lore, vol. Ill [1890], pp. 89110.

[141] John G. Bourke, Notes upon the Gentile Organisation of the Apaches of Arizona (Ibid., pp. 111126).

[142] I. Walter Fewkes, The Kinship of a Tanoan-Speaking Communily in Tusayan (Amerikan Anthropologist, vol, VII [1894], pp. 162 et seq.).

[143] Franz Boas, The Social Organization and the Secret Societies of the Kwakiutl Indians (Report of the U. S. National Museum for 1895 [Washington, 1897], p. 333); .John R. Swntn, Contributions lo the Ethnology of the Haida (Publications of the Jesup North Pacific Expedition, (vol. II [Leiden, 19051909), pp. 102 et seq.).

[144] A. A. Gldenweiser, Totemism, an Analytical Study (Journal of American Folk-Lore, vol. XXIII [1910], pp. 179 et seq.).

[145] Edward Westermarck, The Origin and Development of the Moral Ideas (London, 1906).

[146] (Bulletin 40, Bureau of American Ethnology [Washington, 1911].

[147] Carl Stumpf, Die Anfänge der Muslk (Leipzig, 1911).

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[149] lark Wissler, Decorative Art of the Sioux Indians (Bulletin of the Amerikan Mseum of Natural Histry, vol. XVIII [New York, 1904] pp. 231278.)

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