American Ethnology


    THE American Bureau of Ethnology, with its usual energy, has lost no time in extending its operations over the new colonial possessions, the Philippines, and some West Indian islands. The most important contribution to the twenty-fifth volume of its reports, for 1906-7, is an account of a preliminary survey of Porto Rico and the neighbouring islands, conducted by Dr. J. W. Fewkes.

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    American Ethnology . Nature 77, 329–330 (1908).

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