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  • 1928 Family hunting territories in northwestern North America. Indian Notes and Monographs 46:134.
  • 1928 Family hunting territories of the Triks of Terra del Luego. Indian Notes 5 No. 4:395410.
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  • 1937 The geographical distribution theory and Australian social culture. American Anthropologist 39 No. 1:17174.
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  • 1937 Snowshoes. Memoir S. American Philosophical Society. 807 pp.
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