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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Essays in anthropology.
Berkeley, Calif. : University of California Press, 1936
|Named Person:||A L Kroeber|
|Material Type:||Government publication, State or province government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert Harry Lowie
|Description:||xxiii, 433 pages : illustrations, map (1 folded in back), portrait ; 27 cm|
|Contents:||Alfred L. Kroeber: personal reminiscences and professional appreciation, by C.L. Alsberg and R.H. Lowie.--The army worm: a food of the Pomo Indians, by S.A. Barrett.--Problems in the study of Mixe marriage customs, by Ralph Beals.--The relations between physical and social anthropology, by Franz Boas.--Family, clan and phratry in central Sumatra, by F.C. Cole.--Scapulimancy, by J.M. Cooper.--Papago nicknames, by Juan Dolores.--The wealth concept as an integrative factor in Tolowa-Tututni culture, by Carol Du Bois.--Estudillo among the Yokuts: 1819, by A.H. Gayton.--Californian balanophagy, by E.W. Gifford.--Loose ends of theory on the individual, pattern, and involution in primitive society, by A.A. Goldenweiser.|
|Responsibility:||Robert H. Lowie, editor.|