Memoirs of the International congress of anthropology /

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Wake, C. Staniland (Charles Staniland), 1835-1910
Corporate Author: International congress of anthropology
Format: Conference Proceeding Book
Published: Chicago : The Schulte Publishing Co., 1894.
Table of Contents:
  • Brinton, D.G. The "nation" as an element in anthropology
  • Boas, F. The anthropology of the North American Indian
  • West, G.M. The anthropometry of American school children
  • Mercer, H.C. The discovery of an artificially flaked flint specimen in the quaternary gravels of San Isidro, Spain
  • Mason, O.T. Aboriginal American mechanics
  • Perkins G.H. Archæological researches in the Champlain Valley
  • Smith, H.I. Anthroplogical work at the University of Michigan
  • Montes, E. The antiquity of the civilization of Peru
  • Lumholtz, C. Cave-dwellers of the Sierra Madre
  • Lewis, A.L. Orientation
  • Phené, J.S.D. The Tumuli of Hampshire as a central group of the tumuli of Britain
  • Holmes, W.H. Natural history of flaked stone implements
  • Volk, E. Cache finds from ancient village sites in New Jersey
  • Brinton D.G. On various supposed relations between the American and Asian races
  • Hough, W. Bark cloth
  • Fletcher, A.C. Love songs among the Omaha Indians.