Call Number: Young Library U.S. Government Publications (5th floor) SI 2.3:119
Publication Date: 1938
No. 1. A preliminary report on archeological explorations at Macon, Ga. / A.R. Kelly–
No. 2. The northern Arapaho flat pipe and the ceremony of covering the pipe / John G. Carter
No. 3. The Caribs of Dominica / Douglas Taylor
No. 4. What happened to Green Bear who was blessed with a sacred pack / Truman Michelson
No. 5. Lemhi Shoshoni physical therapy / Julian H. Steward
No. 6. Panatübiji', an Owens Valley Paiute / Julian H. Steward.
Call Number: Young Library U.S. Government Publications (5th floor) SI 2.3:123
Publication Date: 1939
No. 7. Archeological investigations in the Corozal District of British Honduras / Thomas and Mary Gann.--Report on two skulls from British Honduras / A.J.E. Cave.
No. 8. Linguistic classification of Cree and Montagnais-Naskapi Dialects / Truman Michelson.
No. 9. Sedelmayr's Relacion of 1746 / trans. and ed. by Ronald L. Ives.
No. 10. Notes on the Creek Indians / J.N.B. Hewitt, ed. by John R. Swanton.
No. 11. The Yaruros of the Capanaparo River, Venezuela / Vincenzo Petrullo.
No. 12. Archeology of Arauquin / Vincenzo Petrullo.
Call Number: Young Library U.S. Government Publications (5th floor) SI 2.3:128
Publication Date: 1941
No. 13. The mining of gems and ornamental stones by American indians / Sydney H. Ball–
No. 14. Iroquois suicide: a study in the stability of a culture pattern / William N. Fenton
No. 15. Tonawanda longhouse ceremonies: ninety years after Lewis Henry Morgan / William N. Fenton –
No. 16. The quichua-speaking indians of the province of Imbabura (Ecuador) and their anthropometric relations with living populations of the Andean area / John Gillin
No. l7. Art processes in birchbark of the river desert Algonquian, a circumboreal trait / Frank G. Speck
No. 18. Archeological reconnaissance of southern Utah / Julian H. Steward
Call Number: Young Library U.S. Government Publications (5th floor) SI 2.3:133
Publication Date: 1943
No. 19. A search for songs among the Chitimacha indians in Louisiana / Frances Densmore
No. 20. Archeological survey on the northern northwest coast / Philip Drucker; with appendix, early vertebrate fauna of the British Columbia coast by Edna M. Fisher
No. 21. Some notes on a few sites in Beaufort County, South Carolina / Regina Flannery
No. 22. An analysis and interpretation of the ceramic remains from two sites near Beaufort, South Carolina / James B. Griffin
No. 23. The eastern Cherokees / William Harlen Gilbert, Jr.
No. 24. Aconite poison whaling in Asia and America: an Aleutian transfer to the new world / Robert F. Heizer
No. 25. The Carrier indians of the Bulkley river: their social and religious life / Diamond Jenness
No. 26. The quipu and the Peruvian civilization / John R. Swanton.
Call Number: Young Library U.S. Government Publications (5th floor) SI 2.3:136
Publication Date: 1943
No. 27.Music of the Indians of British Columbia / F. Densmore
No. 28. Choctaw music / F. Densmore
No. 29. Some ethnological data concerning one hundred Yucatan plants / M. Steggerda
No. 30. A description of thirty towns in Yucatán, Mexico / M. Steggerda
No. 31. Some Western Shoshoni myths / J.H. Steward
No. 32. New material from Acoma / L.A. White.
Call Number: Young Library U.S. Government Publications (5th floor) SI 2.3:151
Publication Date: 1953
No. 33. "Of the Crow Nation," by Edwin Thompson Denig, edited with biographical sketch and footnotes by John C. Ewers
No. 34. The Water Lily in Maya Art: A Complex of Alleged Asiatic Origin, by Robert L. Rands
No. 35. The Medicine Bundles of the Florida Seminole and the Green Corn Dance, by Louis Capron
No. 36. Technique in the Music of the American Indian, by Frances Densmore
No. 37. The Belief of the Indian in a Connection between Song and the Supernatural, by Frances Densmore
No. 38. Aboriginal Fish Poisons, by Robert F. Heizer
No. 39. Aboriinal Navigation off the Coasts of Upper and Baja Californ'a, by Robert F. Heizer and William C. Massey
No. 40. Exploreition of an Adena Mound at Natrium, West Virginia, by Ralph S. Solecki
No. 41. The Wind River Shoshone Sun Dance, by D. B. Shimkin
No. 42. Current Trends in the Wind River Shoshone Sun Dance, by Fred W. Voge
Call Number: Young Library U.S. Government Publications (5th floor) SI 2.3:157
Publication Date: 1955
No, 43. Stone Monuments of the Rfo Chiquito, Veracruz, Mexico, by Matthew W. Stirling
No. 44. The Cerro de las Mesas Offering of Jade and Other Materials, by Philip Drucker
No. 45. Archeological Materials from. the Vicinity of Mobridge, South Dakota, by Waldo R. Wedel
No. 46. The Original Strachey Vocabulary of the Virginia Indian Language, by John P. Harrington
No. 47. The Sun Dance of the Northern Ute, by J. A. Jones
No. 48. Some Manifestations of Water in Mesoamerican Art, by Robert L. Rands
Call Number: Young Library U.S. Government Publications (5th floor) SI 2.3:164
Publication Date: 1957
No. 49. The Ormond Beach Mound, east central Florida / Jesse D. Jennings, Gordon R. Willey, and Marshall T. Newman
No. 50. Hair pipes in Plains Indian adornment, a study in Indian and white ingenuity / John C. Ewers
No. 51. Observations on some nineteenth-century pottery vessels from the upper Missouri / Waldo R. Wedel
No. 52. Revaluation of the eastern Siouan problem, with particular emphasis on the Virginia branches--the Occaneechi, the Saponi, and the Tutelo / Carl F. Miller
No. 53. An archeological reconnaissance in southeastern Mexico / Matthew W. Stirling
No. 54. Valladolid Maya enumeration / John P. Harrington
No. 55. Letters to Jack Wilson, the Paiute prophet, written between 1908 and 1911 / edited and with an introduction by Grace M. Dangberg
No. 56. Factionalism at Taos Pueblo, New Mexico / William N. Fenton.
Call Number: Young Library U.S. Government Publications (5th floor) SI 2.3:173
Publication Date: 1960
No. 57. Preceramic and ceramic cultural patterns in northwest Virginia / C.G. Holland
No. 58. An introduction to Plains Apache archeology--the Dismal River aspect / James H. Gunnerson
No. 59. The use of the atlatl on Lake Patzcuaro, Michoacan / M.W. Stirling
No. 60. A Caroline Islands script / Saul H. Riesenberg and Shigeru Kaneshiro
No. 61. Dakota winter counts as a source of Plains history / James H. Howard–
No. 62. Stone tipi rings in north-central Montana and the adjacent portion of Alberta, Canada: their historical, ethnological, and archeological aspects / Thomas F. Kehoe.
Call Number: Young Library U.S. Government Publications (5th floor) SI 2.3:186
Publication Date: 1963
No. 63. Tarquí, an early site in Manabí Province, Ecuador / Matthew W. and Marion Stirling
No. 64. Blackfoot Indian pipes and pipemaking / John C. Ewers
No. 65. The Warihio Indians of Sonora-Chihuahua: an ethnographic survey / Howard Scott Gentry
No. 66. The Yaqui deer dance: a study in cultural change / Carleton Stafford Wilder
No. 67. Chippewa mat-weaving techniques / Karen Daniels Peterson.
Call Number: Young Library U.S. Government Publications (5th floor) SI 2.3:191
Publication Date: 1964
No. 68. The prehistory of Panama Viejo / Leo P. Biese
No. 69. The language of Santa Ana Pueblo / Irvine Davis
No. 70. Observations on certain ancient tribes of the northern Appalachian Province / Bernard G. Hoffman
No. 71. El Limon, an early tomb site in Cocle Province, Panama / Matthew W. and Marion Stirling
No. 72. Archeological notes on Almirante Bay, Bocas del Toro, Panama / Matthew W. and Marion Stirling
No. 73. The archeology of Taboga, Uraba, and Taboguilla Islands, Panama / Matthew W. and Marion Stirling
No. 74. Iroquois masks and maskmaking at Onondaga / Jean Hendry.
Call Number: Young Library U.S. Government Publications (5th floor) SI 2.3:196
Publication Date: 1966
No. 75. Chronicles of Wolftown: social documents of the North Carolina Cherokees, 1850-1862 / A.G. Kilpatrick and J.F. Kilpatrick
No. 76. The gift of Changing Woman / K.H. Basso
No. 77. The Wahnenauhi manuscript: historical sketches of the Cherokees, together with some of their customs, traditions, and superstitions / ed. with an introd. by J.F. Kilpatrick
No. 78. The "principle people," 1960: a study of cultural and social groups of the eastern Cherokee / H.J. Kupferer
No. 79. The Ramah Navaho / C. Kluckhorn
No. 80. Eastern Cherokee folktales: reconstructed from the field notes of Frans M. Olbrechts / J.F. Kilpatrick and A.G. Kilpatrick.