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The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21).
Vol. 18. Later National Literature, Part III.


XXXII. Non-English Writings II.

Bibliography.



ABORIGINAL

Important Reports and Bulletins are issued by the following organizations:

Bureau of American Ethnology: Annual reports, bulletins, and contributions to North American Ethnology.
American Museum of Natural History (New York).
Peabody Museum of American Archeology and Ethnology: Papers and Memoirs to date.
Archeological Institute of America: American Series.
University of California: Publications in American Archeology and Ethnology [Especially valuable for California tribes].
American Anthropologist: Washington, 1888–1898, and New Series, New York and Lancaster, 1889 to date.
Field Museum of Natural History (Chicago): Anthropological series, 1895 to date.
The Journal of American Folk Lore: Boston, New York, and Lancaster to date. [See especially Chamberlain’s bibliography of American Indian mythology, XVIII, III, 1905, and the continuous record of American folk lore in the Journal.]
New York State Museum: Bulletins.
Museum of the American Indian: Heye Foundation (New York).
Geological Survey (Canada and Ottawa): Anthropological Series.
Special Writers
Austin, Mary. The Arrow Maker. Boston, 1911.
Beuchat, H. Manuel d’archéologie américaine. Paris, 1912.
Brinton, D. The Myths of the New World. 1868. American Hero Myths. Philadelphia, 1882. The Maya Chronicles. Philadelphia, 1882. Aboriginal American Authors and their Productions. Philadelphia, 1883. The Lenape and their Legends. Philadelphia, 1885. Essays of an Americanist. Philadelphia, 1890. Annals of the Cakchikels. Philadelphia, 1885.
Burton, F. R. American Primitive Music, with Special Reference to the Songs of the Ojibway. 1909.
Chamberlain, A. F. Mythology of Indian Stocks North of Mexico. Journal of American Folk-Lore, XVIII, 1905. Article Indians, North American, in Encyclopædia Britannica, 11th ed., 1910.
Cronyn, G. W. [Ed.]. The Path on the Rainbow. An Anthology of Songs and Chants from the Indians of North America. 1918. [Introduction by Mary Austin.]
Curtin, J. Creation Myths of Primitive America. Boston, 1898. Myths of the Modocs. Boston, 1912.
Curtis, Natalie. The Indians’ Book: an Offering by the American Indians of Indian Lore, Musical and Narrative, to form a Record of the Songs and Legends of their Race. 1907.
Cushing, F. H. Outlines of Zuñi Creation Myths. Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1896. Zuñi Folk Tales. 1901.
Eastman, C. A. (Ohiyesa). Indian Boyhood. 1902. The Soul of the Indian. Boston, 1911. The Indian To-day. 1915.
Fletcher, Alice. Indian Story and Song Book. Boston, 1900. The Hako: A Pawnee Ceremony. Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904. Indian Games and Dances, with Native Songs. Boston, 1915.
Grinnell, G. B. Pawnee Hero Stories and Folk Tales. 1889. Blackfeet Lodge Tales. 1892. Blackfeet Indian Stories. 1913. The Fighting Cheyennes. 1915.
Hodge, F. W. [Ed.]. Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico. Washington, 1907–10. 2 vols.
Leland, C. G. The Algonquin Legends of New England. Boston, 1884.
Morgan, L. H. The League of the Iroquois. 1851.
Markham, Sir Clements. The Incas of Peru. London, 1910.
Lummis, C. The Man Who Married the Moon, and Other Pueblo Indian Folk-Stories. 1894. Pueblo Indian Folk Stories, 1910.
Schoolcraft, H. R. Algic Researches, 1839. The Myth of Hiawatha. 1856.
Wissler, C. The American Indian; an Introduction to the Anthropology of the New World. 1917.



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