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  • 1916a (with Ernest William Hawkes) Note on the glenoid fossa. American Anthropologist 18: 440444.
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  • 1922a Medicines used by the Micmac Indians. American Anthropologist 24: 2430.
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  • 1923b Some phases of Armenian social life. American Anthropologist 25: 582584.
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  • 1925a Do the characteristics of prehistoric human remains imply a common ancestry for man and apes. American Naturalist 59: 6269.
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  • 1929a The prejudices of men. American Journal of Sociology 34: 804821.
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  • 1930a Culture and progress. New York: Whittlessey House, McGraw-Hill.
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  • 1934a Anatomic lag. Human Biology 6: 524542.
  • 1934b Human recapitulation. Scientific Monthly 39: 443448.
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  • 1936a (editor) Folk tales from Shumopovi, second mesa. Journal of American Folklore 49: 168.
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  • 1948a Presuppostions in anthropological interpretations. American Anthropologist 50: 560564.
  • 1948b Age changes in dimension when one dimension is constant. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 4: 320327.
  • 1949 Review of Recruitment, selection, and training of social scientists, by Elbridge Sibley. American Anthropologist 51: 314315.
  • 1950a The origin of incest rules. American Anthropologist 52: 277279.
  • 1950b Culture, society, and the individual. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 6: 4146.
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  • 1951b Review of The Greeks and their gods, by W. K. C. Guthrie. American Academy of Political and Social Science 277: 262263.
  • 1952a Geographical environment and culture. Reprinted: Edgar A. Schulter et al. Outside readings in sociology, pp. 40–49. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell.
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  • 1953a (with Ruth Sawtell Wallis) Culture loss and culture change among the Micmac of the Canadian maritime provinces, 1912–1950. Kroeber Anthropological Society Papers No. 8–9: 100129.
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  • 1954a Review of The feudal order: a study of the origins and development of English feudal society, by Marion Gibbs. American Anthropologist 56: 300301.
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  • 1956f Review of The Jaketown site in west-central Mississippi, by James Ford et al. (American Museum of Natural History. Anthropological Papers, Vol. 45, Pt. 1.) Quarterly Review of Biology 31: 166167.
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  • 1956h Review of The neolithic culture of the British Isles, by Stuart Piggott. Quarterly Review of Biology 31: 342.
  • 1956i Review of The present status of the archaeology of western Mexico; a distributional study, by Robert H. Lister. Quarterly Review of Biology 31: 342.
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  • 1957a (with Ruth Sawtell Wallis) The Malecite Indians of New Brunswick. Ottawa: National Museum of Canada. Bulletin No. 148. Anthropological Series No. 40, p. 54.
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  • 1957d Review of Myth: a symposium, edited by Thomas A. Sebeok. American Anthropologist 59: 573574.
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  • 1957h Review of Family and fertility in Puerto Rico, by Mayone J. Stycos. Quarterly Review of Biology 32: 214.
  • 1957i Review of Dictionary of Anthropology, by Charles Winick. Quarterly Review of Biology 32: 214.
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  • 1957k Review of Natural science of society, by Alfred R. Radcliffe-Brown. Quarterly Review of Biology 32: 439.
  • 1957 Review of Navaho and Ute peyotism: a chronological and distributional study, by David F. Aberle and Omer C. Stewart. (Colorado University Studies. Series in Anthropology, No. 6.) Quarterly Review of Biology 32: 440.
  • 1957m Review of Village and plantation life in northeastern Brazil, by Harry William Hutchinson. Quarterly Review of Biology 32: 440.
  • 1957n Review of The Stone Age races of northwest Africa, by Lloyd Cabot Briggs. (Peabody Museum, Harvard University. American School of Prehistoric Research. Bulletin No. 18.) Quarterly Review of Biology 32: 440441.
  • 1957o Review of Excavations in the Quetta Valley, West Pakistan, by Walter A. Fairservis, Jr. (American Museum of Natural History Papers, Vol. 45, Pt. 2.) Quarterly Review of Biology 32: 441.
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  • 1957q Review of The western educated man in India, by John Useem and Ruth Hill Useem. Quarterly Review of Biology 32: 441.
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  • 1958d Review of Araucanian child life and its cultural background, by Sister N. Inez Hilger. (Smithsonian Institution. Pub. 4297, Misc. Coll. Vol. 133.) Quarterly Review of Biology 33: 178.
  • 1958e Review of The scientific study of social behavior, by Michael Argyle. Quarterly Review of Biology 33: 178179.
  • 1958f Review of Demographic analysis; selected readings, edited by Joseph J. Spengler and Otis Dudley Duncan. Quarterly Review of Biology 33: 179.
  • 1958g Review of Ancient man in North America, by H. M. Wormington. 4th ed. Quarterly Review of Biology 33: 179.
  • 1958h Review of Prehistoric religion, by E. O. James; Prehistoric man, by A. Leroi-Gourhan. American Academy of Political and Social Science. Annals 319: 201.
  • 1958i Review of Ancestors and immigrants; a changing New England tradition, by Barbara Miller Solomon. Quarterly Review of Biology 33: 298.
  • 1959a Social or cultural. American Anthropologist 61: 895.
  • 1959b Review of Popular religion, by Louis Schneider and Sanford M. Dornbush. American Academy of Political and Social Science. Annals 321: 209.
  • 1960 Classical and Indo-Iranian analogues in Southeast Asia and Pacific Islands. In Culture in history; essays in honor of Paul Radin. Diamond, Stanley, ed. New York: published for Brandeis University by Columbia University Press, pp. 317322.
  • 1961a Review of Biennial review of anthropology, 1959, edited by Bernard Siegel. Quarterly Review of Biology 36: 240241.
  • 1961b Review of The content and style of an oral literature, by Melville Jacobs. Quarterly Review of Biology 36: 241242.
  • 1961c Review of Native peoples of South America, by Julian H. Steward and Louis C. Faron. Quarterly Review of Biology 36: 244245.
  • 1961d Review of Leadership and cultural change in Palau, by Roland W. Force. Quarterly Review of Biology 36: 245.
  • 1962 Review of They shall take up serpents, by Weston LaBarre. American Academy of Political and Social Science Annals 343: 192193.
  • 1963 Review of Millennial dreams in action, edited by Sylvia Thrupp. American Academy of Political and Social Science Annals 347: 186187.
  • 1964 Culture patterns in Christianity. Lawrence, Kansas: Coronado Press.
  • 1965a Fresno Armenians. NectarDavidian, ed. Lawrence, Kansas: Coronado Press.
  • 1965b Lanternari, Vittorio. The Religions of the Oppressed: A Study of Modern Messianic Cults. Current Anthropology 6: 459f.
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