First Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1879-1880, Government Printing Office 1881
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First Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1879-1880, Government Printing Office 1881

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  • FIRST ANNUAL REPORT
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS.
  • FIRST ANNUAL REPORT
  • INTRODUCTORY.
    • ETHNOGRAPHIC WORK.
      • BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NORTH AMERICAN PHILOLOGY, BY MR. J. C. PILLING.
      • LINGUISTIC AND OTHER ANTHROPOLOGIC RESEARCHES, BY THE REV. J. OWEN DORSEY.
      • LINGUISTIC RESEARCHES, BY THE REV. S. R. RIGGS.
      • LINGUISTIC AND GENERAL RESEARCHES AMONG THE KLAMATH INDIANS, BY MR. A. S. GATSCHET.
      • STUDIES AMONG THE IROQUOIS, BY MRS. E. A. SMITH.
      • WORK BY PROF. OTIS T. MASON.
      • THE STUDY OF GESTURE SPEECH, BY BREVET LIEUT. COL. GARRICK MALLERY, U.S.A.
      • STUDIES IN CENTRAL AMERICAN PICTURE WRITING, BY PROF. E. S. HOLDEN.
      • THE STUDY OF MORTUARY CUSTOMS, BY DR. H. C. YARROW.
      • INVESTIGATIONS RELATING TO CESSIONS OF LAND BY INDIAN TRIBES TO THE UNITED STATES, BY C. C. ROYCE.
      • EXPLORATIONS BY MR. JAMES STEVENSON.
      • RESEARCHES AMONG THE WINTUNS, BY J. W. POWELL.
      • THE PREPARATION OF MANUALS FOR USE IN AMERICAN RESEARCH.
      • SYSTEMATIC CLASSIFICATION OF THE NORTH AMERICAN TRIBES.
      • ACCOMPANYING PAPERS.
      • SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION—BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY.
      • ON THE EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE,
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NORTH AMERICAN PHILOLOGY, BY MR. J. C. PILLING.
    • LINGUISTIC AND OTHER ANTHROPOLOGIC RESEARCHES, BY THE REV. J. OWEN DORSEY.
    • LINGUISTIC RESEARCHES, BY THE REV. S. R. RIGGS.
    • LINGUISTIC AND GENERAL RESEARCHES AMONG THE KLAMATH INDIANS, BY MR. A. S. GATSCHET.
    • STUDIES AMONG THE IROQUOIS, BY MRS. E. A. SMITH.
    • WORK BY PROF. OTIS T. MASON.
    • THE STUDY OF GESTURE SPEECH, BY BREVET LIEUT. COL. GARRICK MALLERY, U.S.A.
    • STUDIES IN CENTRAL AMERICAN PICTURE WRITING, BY PROF. E. S. HOLDEN.
    • THE STUDY OF MORTUARY CUSTOMS, BY DR. H. C. YARROW.
    • INVESTIGATIONS RELATING TO CESSIONS OF LAND BY INDIAN TRIBES TO THE UNITED STATES, BY C. C. ROYCE.
    • EXPLORATIONS BY MR. JAMES STEVENSON.
    • RESEARCHES AMONG THE WINTUNS, BY J. W. POWELL.
    • THE PREPARATION OF MANUALS FOR USE IN AMERICAN RESEARCH.
    • SYSTEMATIC CLASSIFICATION OF THE NORTH AMERICAN TRIBES.
    • ACCOMPANYING PAPERS.
    • SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION—BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY.
    • ON THE EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE,
  • CONTENTS.
    • ON THE EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE
  • I.—THE PROCESS BY COMBINATION.
  • II.—THE PROCESS BY VOCALIC MUTATION.
  • III.—THE PROCESS BY INTONATION.
  • IV.—THE PROCESS BY PLACEMENT.
  • DIFFERENTIATION OF THE PARTS OF SPEECH.
    • SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION—BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY.
      • SKETCH
    • SKETCH
  • CONTENTS.
    • SKETCH OF THE MYTHOLOGY
      • THE GENESIS OF PHILOSOPHY.
    • THE GENESIS OF PHILOSOPHY.
  • TWO GRAND STAGES OF PHILOSOPHY.
  • MYTHOLOGIC PHILOSOPHY HAS FOUR STAGES.
  • OUTGROWTH FROM MYTHOLOGIC PHILOSOPHY.
  • THE COURSE OF EVOLUTION IN MYTHOLOGIC PHILOSOPHY.
  • MYTHIC TALES.
    • THE CĬN-AÚ-ÄV BROTHERS DISCUSS MATTERS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE PEOPLE.
      • ORIGIN OF THE ECHO.
      • THE SO´-KÛS WAI´-ÛN-ÄTS.
      • TA-VWOTS´ HAS A FIGHT WITH THE SUN.
      • SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION—BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY.
      • WYANDOT GOVERNMENT:
    • ORIGIN OF THE ECHO.
    • THE SO´-KÛS WAI´-ÛN-ÄTS.
    • TA-VWOTS´ HAS A FIGHT WITH THE SUN.
    • SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION—BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY.
    • WYANDOT GOVERNMENT:
  • CONTENTS.
    • WYANDOT GOVERNMENT:
  • THE FAMILY.
  • THE GENS.
  • THE PHRATRY.
  • GOVERNMENT.
    • CIVIL GOVERNMENT.
      • METHODS OF CHOOSING AND INSTALLING COUNCILLORS AND CHIEFS.
      • FUNCTIONS OF CIVIL GOVERNMENT.
      • MARRIAGE REGULATIONS.
      • NAME REGULATIONS.
      • REGULATIONS OF PERSONAL ADORNMENT.
      • REGULATIONS OF ORDER IN ENCAMPMENT AND MIGRATIONS.
      • PROPERTY RIGHTS.
      • RIGHTS OF PERSON.
      • COMMUNITY RIGHTS.
      • RIGHTS OF RELIGION.
      • CRIMES.
      • THEFT.
      • MAIMING.
      • MURDER.
      • TREASON.
      • WITCHCRAFT.
      • OUTLAWRY.
      • MILITARY GOVERNMENT.
      • FELLOWHOOD.
      • SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION—BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY.
    • METHODS OF CHOOSING AND INSTALLING COUNCILLORS AND CHIEFS.
    • FUNCTIONS OF CIVIL GOVERNMENT.
    • MARRIAGE REGULATIONS.
    • NAME REGULATIONS.
    • REGULATIONS OF PERSONAL ADORNMENT.
    • REGULATIONS OF ORDER IN ENCAMPMENT AND MIGRATIONS.
    • PROPERTY RIGHTS.
    • RIGHTS OF PERSON.
    • COMMUNITY RIGHTS.
    • RIGHTS OF RELIGION.
    • CRIMES.
    • THEFT.
    • MAIMING.
    • MURDER.
    • TREASON.
    • WITCHCRAFT.
    • OUTLAWRY.
    • MILITARY GOVERNMENT.
    • FELLOWHOOD.
    • SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION—BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY.
  • CONTENTS.
    • ON LIMITATIONS TO THE USE
      • ARCHÆOLOGY.
    • ARCHÆOLOGY.
  • PICTURE-WRITING.
  • HISTORY, CUSTOMS, AND ETHNIC CHARACTERISTICS.
  • ORIGIN OF MAN.
  • LANGUAGE.
  • MYTHOLOGY.
  • SOCIOLOGY.
  • PSYCHOLOGY.
    • SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION—BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY.
  • CONTENTS.
  • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
    • INTRODUCTORY.
  • CLASSIFICATION OF BURIAL.
  • INHUMATION.
    • PIT BURIAL.
      • GRAVE BURIAL.
      • STONE GRAVES OR CISTS.
      • BURIAL IN MOUNDS.
      • BURIAL BENEATH, OR IN CABINS, WIGWAMS, OR HOUSES.
      • CAVE BURIAL.
    • GRAVE BURIAL.
    • STONE GRAVES OR CISTS.
    • BURIAL IN MOUNDS.
    • BURIAL BENEATH, OR IN CABINS, WIGWAMS, OR HOUSES.
    • CAVE BURIAL.
  • EMBALMMENT OR MUMMIFICATION.
  • URN-BURIAL.
    • CAIRN-BURIAL.
  • CREMATION.
    • PARTIAL CREMATION.
  • AERIAL SEPULTURE.
    • LODGE-BURIAL.
      • BOX-BURIAL.
      • TREE AND SCAFFOLD BURIAL.
      • PARTIAL SCAFFOLD BURIAL AND OSSUARIES.
      • SUPERTERRENE AND AERIAL BURIAL IN CANOES.
    • BOX-BURIAL.
    • TREE AND SCAFFOLD BURIAL.
    • PARTIAL SCAFFOLD BURIAL AND OSSUARIES.
    • SUPERTERRENE AND AERIAL BURIAL IN CANOES.
  • AQUATIC BURIAL.
  • LIVING SEPULCHERS.
  • MOURNING, SACRIFICE, FEASTS, FOOD, DANCES, SONGS, GAMES, POSTS, FIRES, AND SUPERSTITIONS IN CONNECTION WITH BURIAL.
    • MOURNING.
      • SACRIFICE.
      • FEASTS.
      • SUPERSTITION REGARDING BURIAL FEASTS.
      • FOOD.
      • DANCES.
      • SONGS.
      • GAMES.
      • POSTS.
      • FIRES.
      • SUPERSTITIONS.
      • SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION—BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY.
      • STUDIES
    • SACRIFICE.
    • FEASTS.
    • SUPERSTITION REGARDING BURIAL FEASTS.
    • FOOD.
    • DANCES.
    • SONGS.
    • GAMES.
    • POSTS.
    • FIRES.
    • SUPERSTITIONS.
    • SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION—BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY.
    • STUDIES
  • CONTENTS.
  • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
    • STUDIES IN CENTRAL AMERICAN PICTURE-WRITING.
      • I.
    • I.
  • II.
  • III.
    • PLATE LIII.
  • IV.
  • V.
  • VI.
  • VII.
  • VIII.
  • IX.
  • X.
  • XI.
    • SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION—BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY.
      • CESSIONS OF LAND BY INDIAN TRIBES
    • CESSIONS OF LAND BY INDIAN TRIBES
  • CONTENTS.
    • CESSIONS OF LAND BY INDIAN TRIBES
      • CHARACTER OF THE INDIAN TITLE.
    • CHARACTER OF THE INDIAN TITLE.
  • INDIAN BOUNDARIES.
  • ORIGINAL AND SECONDARY CESSIONS.
    • SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION—BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY.
      • SIGN LANGUAGE
    • SIGN LANGUAGE
  • CONTENTS.
  • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS. PAGE
    • SIGN LANGUAGE
      • INTRODUCTORY.
    • INTRODUCTORY.
  • DIVISIONS OF GESTURE SPEECH.
  • THE ORIGIN OF SIGN LANGUAGE.
    • GESTURES OF THE LOWER ANIMALS.
      • GESTURES OF YOUNG CHILDREN.
      • GESTURES IN MENTAL DISORDER.
      • UNINSTRUCTED DEAF-MUTES.
      • GESTURES OF THE BLIND.
      • LOSS OF SPEECH BY ISOLATION.
      • LOW TRIBES OF MAN.
      • GESTURES AS AN OCCASIONAL RESOURCE.
      • GESTURES OF FLUENT TALKERS.
      • INVOLUNTARY RESPONSE TO GESTURES.
      • NATURAL PANTOMIME.
    • GESTURES OF YOUNG CHILDREN.
    • GESTURES IN MENTAL DISORDER.
    • UNINSTRUCTED DEAF-MUTES.
    • GESTURES OF THE BLIND.
    • LOSS OF SPEECH BY ISOLATION.
    • LOW TRIBES OF MAN.
    • GESTURES AS AN OCCASIONAL RESOURCE.
    • GESTURES OF FLUENT TALKERS.
    • INVOLUNTARY RESPONSE TO GESTURES.
    • NATURAL PANTOMIME.
  • SOME THEORIES UPON PRIMITIVE LANGUAGE.
    • CONCLUSIONS.
  • HISTORY OF GESTURE LANGUAGE.
  • MODERN USE OF GESTURE SPEECH.
    • USE BY OTHER PEOPLES THAN NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS.
      • USE BY MODERN ACTORS AND ORATORS.
    • USE BY MODERN ACTORS AND ORATORS.
  • OUR INDIAN CONDITIONS FAVORABLE TO SIGN LANGUAGE.
  • THEORIES ENTERTAINED RESPECTING INDIAN SIGNS.
    • NOT CORRELATED WITH MEAGERNESS OF LANGUAGE.
      • ITS ORIGIN FROM ONE TRIBE OR REGION.
      • IS THE INDIAN SYSTEM SPECIAL AND PECULIAR?
      • TO WHAT EXTENT PREVALENT AS A SYSTEM.
      • ARE SIGNS CONVENTIONAL OR INSTINCTIVE?
      • CLASSES OF DIVERSITIES IN SIGNS.
    • ITS ORIGIN FROM ONE TRIBE OR REGION.
    • IS THE INDIAN SYSTEM SPECIAL AND PECULIAR?
    • TO WHAT EXTENT PREVALENT AS A SYSTEM.
    • ARE SIGNS CONVENTIONAL OR INSTINCTIVE?
    • CLASSES OF DIVERSITIES IN SIGNS.
  • RESULTS SOUGHT IN THE STUDY OF SIGN LANGUAGE.
    • PRACTICAL APPLICATION.
      • RELATIONS TO PHILOLOGY.
      • SIGN LANGUAGE WITH REFERENCE TO GRAMMAR.
      • GESTURES AIDING ARCHÆOLOGIC RESEARCH.
    • RELATIONS TO PHILOLOGY.
    • SIGN LANGUAGE WITH REFERENCE TO GRAMMAR.
    • GESTURES AIDING ARCHÆOLOGIC RESEARCH.
  • NOTABLE POINTS FOR FURTHER RESEARCHES.
    • INVENTION OF NEW SIGNS.
      • DANGER OF SYMBOLIC INTERPRETATION.
      • SIGNS USED BY WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
      • POSITIVE SIGNS RENDERED NEGATIVE.
      • DETAILS OF POSITIONS OF FINGERS.
      • MOTIONS RELATIVE TO PARTS OF THE BODY.
      • SUGGESTIONS FOR COLLECTING SIGNS.
    • DANGER OF SYMBOLIC INTERPRETATION.
    • SIGNS USED BY WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
    • POSITIVE SIGNS RENDERED NEGATIVE.
    • DETAILS OF POSITIONS OF FINGERS.
    • MOTIONS RELATIVE TO PARTS OF THE BODY.
    • SUGGESTIONS FOR COLLECTING SIGNS.
  • MODE IN WHICH RESEARCHES HAVE BEEN MADE.
  • LIST OF AUTHORITIES AND COLLABORATORS.
    • ALGONKIAN.
      • DAKOTAN.
      • IROQUOIAN.
      • KAIOWAN.
      • KUTINEAN.
      • PANIAN.
      • PIMAN.
      • SAHAPTIAN.
      • SHOSHONIAN.
      • TINNEAN.
      • WICHITAN.
      • ZUÑIAN.
      • FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE.
    • DAKOTAN.
    • IROQUOIAN.
    • KAIOWAN.
    • KUTINEAN.
    • PANIAN.
    • PIMAN.
    • SAHAPTIAN.
    • SHOSHONIAN.
    • TINNEAN.
    • WICHITAN.
    • ZUÑIAN.
    • FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE.
  • EXTRACTS FROM DICTIONARY.
    • ANTELOPE.
      • BAD, MEAN.
      • BRAVE.
      • CHIEF.
      • DEAD, DEATH.
      • GOOD.
      • HORSE.
      • KILL, KILLING.
      • NONE, NOTHING; I HAVE NONE.
      • QUANTITY, LARGE; MANY; MUCH.
      • —— MANY.
      • QUESTION; INQUIRY; INTERROGATION.
      • SOLDIER.
    • BAD, MEAN.
    • BRAVE.
    • CHIEF.
    • DEAD, DEATH.
    • GOOD.
    • HORSE.
    • KILL, KILLING.
    • NONE, NOTHING; I HAVE NONE.
    • QUANTITY, LARGE; MANY; MUCH.
    • —— MANY.
    • QUESTION; INQUIRY; INTERROGATION.
    • SOLDIER.
  • TRIBAL SIGNS.
    • APACHE.
      • ARAPAHO.
      • ASSINABOIN.
      • ATSINA, LOWER GROS VENTRE.
      • BANAK.
      • CADDO.
      • CHEYENNE.
      • COMANCHE.
      • CREE, KNISTENO, KRISTENEAUX.
      • KAIOWA.
      • KICKAPOO.
      • KUTINE.
      • LIPAN.
      • MANDAN.
      • PANI (PAWNEE).
      • PUEBLO.
      • TENNANAH.
      • UTE.
      • WICHITA.
      • WYANDOT.
    • ARAPAHO.
    • ASSINABOIN.
    • ATSINA, LOWER GROS VENTRE.
    • BANAK.
    • CADDO.
    • CHEYENNE.
    • COMANCHE.
    • CREE, KNISTENO, KRISTENEAUX.
    • KAIOWA.
    • KICKAPOO.
    • KUTINE.
    • LIPAN.
    • MANDAN.
    • PANI (PAWNEE).
    • PUEBLO.
    • TENNANAH.
    • UTE.
    • WICHITA.
    • WYANDOT.
  • PROPER NAMES.
    • WASHINGTON, CITY OF.
      • MISSOURI RIVER.
    • MISSOURI RIVER.
  • PHRASES.
    • PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES; SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR.
      • SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR.
      • WHERE IS YOUR MOTHER?
      • BISON, I HAVE SHOT A.
      • GIVE ME SOMETHING TO EAT.
      • I WILL SEE YOU HERE AFTER NEXT YEAR.
      • YOU GAVE US MANY CLOTHES, BUT WE DON’T WANT THEM.
      • I AM GOING HOME IN TWO DAYS.
      • I AM HUNGRY, GIVE ME SOMETHING TO EAT.
      • GIVE ME A DRINK OF WATER.
      • I AM GOING HOME.
    • SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR.
    • WHERE IS YOUR MOTHER?
    • BISON, I HAVE SHOT A.
    • GIVE ME SOMETHING TO EAT.
    • I WILL SEE YOU HERE AFTER NEXT YEAR.
    • YOU GAVE US MANY CLOTHES, BUT WE DON’T WANT THEM.
    • I AM GOING HOME IN TWO DAYS.
    • I AM HUNGRY, GIVE ME SOMETHING TO EAT.
    • GIVE ME A DRINK OF WATER.
    • I AM GOING HOME.
  • DIALOGUES.
    • TENDOY-HUERITO DIALOGUE.
      • OMAHA COLLOQUY.
      • BRULÉ DAKOTA COLLOQUY.
      • DIALOGUE BETWEEN ALASKAN INDIANS.
      • OJIBWA DIALOGUE.
    • OMAHA COLLOQUY.
    • BRULÉ DAKOTA COLLOQUY.
    • DIALOGUE BETWEEN ALASKAN INDIANS.
    • OJIBWA DIALOGUE.
  • NARRATIVES.
    • NÁTCI’S NARRATIVE.
      • PATRICIO’S NARRATIVE.
      • NA-WA-GI-JIG’S STORY.
    • PATRICIO’S NARRATIVE.
    • NA-WA-GI-JIG’S STORY.
  • DISCOURSES.
    • ADDRESS OF KIN CHĒ-ĔSS.
      • TSO-DI-A´-KO’S REPORT.
      • LEAN WOLF’S COMPLAINT.
    • TSO-DI-A´-KO’S REPORT.
    • LEAN WOLF’S COMPLAINT.
  • SIGNALS.
    • SIGNALS EXECUTED BY BODILY ACTION.
      • ANGER.
      • COME HERE.
      • DANGER.
      • DEFIANCE.
      • DIRECTION.
      • PEACE; FRIENDSHIP.
      • QUESTION.
      • SUBMISSION.
      • SURRENDER.
      • SIGNALS IN WHICH OBJECTS ARE USED IN CONNECTION WITH PERSONAL ACTION.
      • COME! TO BECKON TO A PERSON.
      • COME BACK!
      • DIRECTION.
      • DISCOVERY.
      • DRILL, MILITARY.
      • FRIENDSHIP.
      • HALT!
      • MANY.
      • PEACE, COUPLED WITH INVITATION.
      • QUESTION.
      • SURRENDER.
      • SIGNALS MADE WHEN THE PERSON OF THE SIGNALIST IS NOT VISIBLE.
      • SMOKE SIGNALS GENERALLY.
      • ARRIVAL OF A PARTY AT AN APPOINTED PLACE, WHEN ALL IS SAFE.
      • SUCCESS OF A WAR PARTY.
      • SMOKE SIGNALS OF THE APACHES.
      • ALARM.
      • ATTENTION.
      • ESTABLISHMENT OF A CAMP; QUIET; SAFETY.
      • FOREIGN SMOKE SIGNALS.
      • FIRE ARROWS.
      • DUST SIGNALS.
      • NOTES ON CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHO SIGNALS.
    • ANGER.
    • COME HERE.
    • DANGER.
    • DEFIANCE.
    • DIRECTION.
    • PEACE; FRIENDSHIP.
    • QUESTION.
    • SUBMISSION.
    • SURRENDER.
    • SIGNALS IN WHICH OBJECTS ARE USED IN CONNECTION WITH PERSONAL ACTION.
    • COME! TO BECKON TO A PERSON.
    • COME BACK!
    • DIRECTION.
    • DISCOVERY.
    • DRILL, MILITARY.
    • FRIENDSHIP.
    • HALT!
    • MANY.
    • PEACE, COUPLED WITH INVITATION.
    • QUESTION.
    • SURRENDER.
    • SIGNALS MADE WHEN THE PERSON OF THE SIGNALIST IS NOT VISIBLE.
    • SMOKE SIGNALS GENERALLY.
    • ARRIVAL OF A PARTY AT AN APPOINTED PLACE, WHEN ALL IS SAFE.
    • SUCCESS OF A WAR PARTY.
    • SMOKE SIGNALS OF THE APACHES.
    • ALARM.
    • ATTENTION.
    • ESTABLISHMENT OF A CAMP; QUIET; SAFETY.
    • FOREIGN SMOKE SIGNALS.
    • FIRE ARROWS.
    • DUST SIGNALS.
    • NOTES ON CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHO SIGNALS.
  • SCHEME OF ILLUSTRATION.
  • OUTLINES FOR ARM POSITIONS IN SIGN LANGUAGE.
    • ORDER OF ARRANGEMENT.
      • DESCRIPTION:
      • CONCEPTION OR ORIGIN:
    • DESCRIPTION:
    • CONCEPTION OR ORIGIN:
  • TYPES OF HAND POSITIONS IN SIGN LANGUAGE.
    • NOTE CONCERNING THE FOREGOING TYPES.
  • EXAMPLES.
    • EXPLANATION OF MARKS.
      • SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION—BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY.
    • SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION—BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY.
  • CONTENTS.
    • CATALOGUE OF LINGUISTIC MANUSCRIPTS
      • SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION—BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY.
    • SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION—BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY.
  • CONTENTS.
    • ILLUSTRATION OF THE METHOD
      • HOW THE RABBIT CAUGHT THE SUN IN A TRAP.
      • NOTES.
      • ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS MYTH.
      • TRANSLATION.
    • HOW THE RABBIT CAUGHT THE SUN IN A TRAP.
    • NOTES.
    • ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS MYTH.
    • TRANSLATION.
  • DETAILS OF A CONJURER’S PRACTICE.
    • NOTES.
  • KÁLAK.
    • NOTES.
  • SWEAT-LODGES.
    • NOTES.
  • A DOG’S REVENGE.
    • NOTES.
      • TRANSLATION.
      • INDEX.
    • TRANSLATION.
    • INDEX.
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