Twenty-fifth anniversary studies, edited by D.S. Davidson.
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Davidson, Daniel Sutherland, 1900-
vi, 235 p. illus., pl. 24 cm.
--Friendship as a functional motive in ceramic types of eastern North America, by S.W. Pennypacker, 2nd.--Composition of "torts" in Guajiro society, by Vincenzo Petrullo.--Identification of Maya temple buildings at Piedras Negras, by Linton Satterthwaite, Jr.--Catawba medicines and curative practices, by F.G. Speck.--Fijian dreams and visions, by Dorothy Spencer.--The scope of the rite of adoption in aboriginal North America, by H.N. Wardle.--Marriage among the Babudja in Southern Rhodesia, by H.A. Wieschhoff.
Bibliographies at end of some of the studies.
The stickfast motif in the tar-baby story, by W.N. Brown.--Gods and heroes on Maya monuments, by Mary Butler.--The significance of Folsom and Yuma artifact occurrences in the light of typology and distribution, by J.L. Cotter.--Foot forms of pottery vessels at Piedras Negras, by F.M. Cresson, Jr.--The relation of Tasmanian and Australian cultures, by D.S. Davidson.--A preliminary sketch of the Eyak Indians, Copper River delta, Alaska, by Frederica de Laguna.--Index mollusca and their bearing on certain problems of prehistory: a critique, by L.C. Eiseley.--Cross-cousin marriage in the lake Winnipeg area, by A.I. Hallowell.--The emergence of a general Folsom pattern, by E.B. Howard.--Australian cult totemism, by Nathaniel Knowles, Jr.--Late archæological sites in Durango, Mexico, by J.A. Mason.
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