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History: Government Documents Sources in Rod Library: Anthropology

The Smithsonian

Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge
UNI Documents SI 1.6: (cataloged in UNISTAR separately)
This series begins with volume 1: Ancient Monuments of the Mississippi Valley: Comprising the Results of Extensive Original Surveys and Explorations and covers a variety of cultural and scientific observations.
Samples of other titles:
   On the vocal sounds of Laura Bridgeman, the blind deaf-mute at Boston : compared with the elements of phonetic language SI 1.6:2
   Grammar and dictionary of the Dakota language. Collected by the members of the Dakota mission    SI 1.6:4
   Memoir on the extinct species of American ox    SI 1.6:5
   Ancient mining on the shores of Lake Superior    SI 1.6:13

Bulletin (Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology) [Series]
UNI Documents SI 2.3: (cataloged in UNISTAR separately)
This seies begins with volume 1: Bibliography of the Eskimo language
Samples of other titles:
   Omaha and Ponka letters SI 2.3:10-11
   Handbook of American Indian languages  SI 2.3:40
   Chippewa music  SI 2.3: 44-45 and SI 2.3: 53-56
   War ceremony and peace ceremony of the Osage Indians  SI 2.3:99-101