Answered By: David Woolwine
Last Updated: Oct 21, 2016     Views: 8

Biodiversity Heritage Contains ethnological works especially on Native Americans. Use search box on home page to find full-text materials on specific topics (e.g. Cherokee). Specific publications of interest are listed below.

Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology

Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology

Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of Ethnology (Bulletin)

Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of Ethnology (Bulletin)

Contributions to American Ethnology, Vol. 1-Vii, IX J.W Powell

The following link, also from the Smithsonian, provides a partial index.

List of Publications of the Bureau of American Ethnology

However, the Internet Archive contains many of the items listed above and can often be more easily searched than the Smithsonian site. One can extract authors' names and titles of works from the index and then search for specific items here.

Finally some of these items are presently held in print at Hofstra University Library. Request must be made to the government documents librarian to access them. The government documents librarian can be contacted at Georgina.D.Martorella@hofstra.edu.

 

 

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