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Material Culture of the Pima, Papago, and Western Apache
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BIBLIOGRAPHY


The following bibliography is a reasonably complete list of items referring to Pima, Papago, and western Apache ethnography. It should be noted that no effort has been made to cull items from magazines of general circulation. Particularly for the Apache at the period of the Apache wars there is a large body of material, magazine articles, newspaper accounts, reports to the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the War Office. These have little if any ethnographic significance, although they are of considerable historical importance. Therefore no effort has been made to include them in this list.

The following abbreviations are used in the bibliography:

AA-American Anthropologist. O preceeding the volume number (e.g., O7) indicates Old Series. Volume numbers, unless preceded by this, are in the new series.

BAE-R-Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, D.C.

BAE-B-Bulletin of the Bureau of American Ethnology.

JAFL-Journal of American Folklore.

PaAmnh-Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History.

UC-PAAE-University of California Publications in American Archeology and Ethnology.

Alliott, Hector
1914 A Bibliography of Arizona. Southwest Museum, Los Angeles.
1893 Among the Pima. Ladies Union Mission School Association. Albany.
Bancroft, Hubert Howe
1886-1890 The works of Hubert Howe Bancroft. Particularly vs. 1-5, (Native Races of the Pacific States), 9-14 (History of the North Mexican States and Texas), and 17 (History of Arizona and New Mexico) 39 vs. San Francisco.
Bandelier, Adolph A.
1890-2 Final Report of Investigations among the Indians of the Southwestern United States. 2 vs. Cambridge.
Bartlett, John Russell
1856 Personal Narrative of Explorations and Incidents in Texas, New Mexico, California, Sonora, Chihuahua, etc. 2 vs. New York.
Beals, Ralph L.
1932 The Comparative Ethnology of Northern Mexico before 1750. Ibero-Americana, 2, University of California Press, Berkeley.
Benedict, Ruth
1932 Configuration of culture in North America. AA 34: 1-27.
Breazeale, J. H.
1923 The Pima and his Basket. Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society, Tucson, Ariz.
Bolton, Herbert E.
1916 Spanish Exploration in the Southwest. New York.
1919a Kino's Historical Memoir of Pimeria Alta, Cleveland.
1919b Map of Pimeria Alta. University of California Map Series 6. University of California Press, Berkeley.
1930 Anza's California Expeditions. 5 vs. Berkeley.
Bonnerjea, Biren
1933 General Index of Annual Reports of the Bureau of American Ethnology, vs. 1-48. BAE-R 48:25-1220.
Bourke, John G.
1890 Notes upon the Gentile Organization of the Apaches of Arizona. JAFL, 3:111-126.
1891 On the Border with Crook. New York.
1891a Notes upon the Religion of the Apache Indians. Folklore, 2:419-455.
1892 The Medicine-Men of the Apache. BAE-R 9:443-603.
Brown, Herbert
1906 The Pima-Maricopa Ceremony. AA 8:688-690.
Browne, J. Ross
1869 Adventures in the Apache Country, etc. New York.
Coues, Elliott
1900 On the Trail of a Spanish Pioneer. The Diary and Itinerary of Francisco Garces, etc. 2 vs. New York.
Cremony, John C.
1877 Life Among the Apaches. Roman & Co., San Francisco.
Colville, F. V.
1904 Desert Plants as a Source of Drinking Water. Annual Report, Smithsonian Institution, pp. 499-505, Washington.
Culin, Stewart
1907 Games of the North American Indians. BAE-R 24:3-809.
Curtis, Edward S.
1908 The North American Indian. Cambridge. 1908--vs. 1--.
Davis, Edward J.
1920 The Papago Ceremony of Vikita. Indian Notes and Monographs 3:4. Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, New York.
Densmore, Frances
1929 Papago Music. BAE-B 90.
1853-7 Documentos para la Historia de Mexico. 20vs. in 4 series. Series 3 in 4 parts referred to as volumes. Mexico.
Dodge, K. T.
1900 White Mountain Apache Baskets. AA 2:193-194.
Dolores, Juan
1913 Papago Verb Stems. UC-PAAE, 10:5:241-263.
1923 Papago Nominal Stems. UC-PAAE, 20:19-31.
Dorsey, George A.
1903 Indians of the Southwest (no place).
Dorsey, James Owen
1894 A Study of Siouan Cults. BAE-R 11:351-544.
Forde, C. Daryll
1931 Ethnography of the Yuma Indians. UC-PAAE.
Emory, W. H.
1848 Notes of a Military Reconnaissance from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to San Diego, in California, etc. Ex. Doc. No. 41, 30th Congress, 1st Session, Washington.
Fowke, Gerard
1896 Stone Art. BAE-R 13:47-178.
Freeman, G. F.
1912 Southwestern Beans and Teparies. University of Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin 68. (Tucson?)
Gaillard, D. D.
1894 The Papago of Arizona and Sonora. AA 07:293-296.
Gatschet, Albert
1877 Indian Languages of the Pacific States and Territories. In
1885 Chircahua Apache Sun Circle. Trans. Anthropological Society of Washington, 3:147.
Gifford, Edward Winslow
1928 Pottery-Making in the Southwest. UC-PAAE 23:8:353-373.
1932 The Southwestern Yavapai. UC-PAAE 29:3:177-252.
1930 The Cocopa. UC-PAAE 31:5:257-334.
Goddard, Pliny Earle
1913 Indians of the Southwest. American Museum of Natural History (Handbook Series), New York.
1918 Myths and Tales from the San Carlos Apache. PaAMNH 24:1.
1919a Myths and Tales from the White Mountain Apache. PaAMNH 24:2.
1919b San Carlos Apache Texts. PaAMNH 24:3.
1920 White Mountain Apache Texts. PaAMNH 24:4.
Grossman, F. E.
1873 The Pima Indians of Arizona. Annual Report, Smithsonian Institution, 1871, 407-419. Washington.
Hardy, R. W. H.
1829 Travels in the Interior of Mexico. London.
Havard, V.
1884 The Mesquite. American Naturalist, May. Also a revised reprint.
1896 Drink plants of the North American Indians. American Journal of Pharmacy, LXVIII, 265-268, Philadelphia.
Hawley, Florence M.
1932 Prehistoric Pottery and Culture Relations in the Middle Gila. AA 34:548-50.
Heintzelman, S. P.
1857 In Indian Affairs on the Pacific. House Ex. Doc. 76, 34th Congress, 3d. Session, Washington.
Hernandez, Fortunato
1902 Las Razas Indigenas de Sonora y la Guerra del Yaqui. Mexico.
Hodge, Frederick Webb
1895 Early Apache and Navaho. AA 08: 223-240.
1907-10 Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico, 2 vs. Frederick Webb Hodge, Editor. BAE-B 30.
Hoffman, Walter James
1896 The Menominee Indians. BAE-R 14::3-382, 2 vs.
Holmes, William H.
1888 A Study of the Textile Area, etc. BAE-R 6:189-252.
Hough, Walter
1901 Apache and Navaho Fire Making. AA 3:585-6.
Hrdlicka, Ales
1904 Method of Preparing Tesvino among the White River Apache. AA 6:190-191.
1905 Notes on the San Carlos Apache. AA 7:480-495.
1905a Diseases of the Indians, more especially of the southwest United States and northern Mexico. Medical Annals, 4:6:372-394. Washington.
1906 Notes on the Pima of Arizona. AA 8:39-46.
1908 Physiological and Medical Observations among the Indians of Southwestern United States and Northern Mexico. BAE-B 34.
Ives, Joseph C.
1861 Report upon the Colorado River of the West. House Ex. Doc. 90, 36th Congress, 1st Session, Washington.
Kidder, Alfred V.
1924 An Introduction to the study of Southwestern Archeology. New Haven.
Kissell, Mary Lois
1916 Basketry of the Papago and Pima. PaAMNH 17:115-264.
Kroeber, Henrietta Rothschild
1908 Pima Tales. AA 10-231-235.
Lloyd, F.
1883 Special report on Indians at the San Carlos Agency, Arizona. No place.
Lloyd, J. William
1911 Aw-aw-tam Indian Nights. Lloyd, Westfield, N. J.
Lumholtz, Carl
1912 New Trails in Mexico. New York.
Mallery, Garrick
1881 Sign Language among North American Indians, etc. BAE-R 1:269-552.
1893 Picture Writing of the American Indians. BAE-R 10:4-822.
Mason, J. Alden
1920 The Papago Harvest Festival. AA 22:13-35.
Mindeleff, Victor
1891 A Study of Pueblo Architecture. BAE-R 8:3-234.
Palmer, E.
1890 Customs of the Covotero Apache. Zoe, 1:6:161;172, San Francisco. Also in American Journal of Pharmacy, L, 586.
Parker, J G.
1857 Report of Explorations from Pimas Villages to Rio Grande in Explorations and Surveys for the Pacific Railroad, v. 7.
Parsons, Elsie Clews
1928 Notes on the Pima, 1926. AA 30:445-464.
Pattie, James Ohio
1905 Personal Narrative During an Expedition from St. Louis, to the Pacific Ocean and Back Through Mexico. In R. G. Thwaites, Early Western Travels, 1748-1846, vol. 18, Cleveland, A. H. Clark Co.
Pinart, Alphonse
1877 Voyage dans l'Arizona, Bulletin, Soc. de Geographie, Paris.
Powell, J. W.
1891 Indian Linguistic Families of America North of Mexico. BAE-R 7:1-142.
Reagan, Albert B.
1930 Notes on the Indians of the Fort Apache Region. PaAMNH 31:5.
Roberts, Helen H.
1916 San Carlos Apache Double Coiled Basket. AA 18:601-602.
1929 Basketry of the San Carlos Apache. PaAMNH 31:2.
Royce, Charles C.
1899 Indian Land Sessions in the United States. BAE-R 18:2.


Rudo Ensayo. In Records of the American Catholic Historical Society, v. 5. Trans. by Eusebio Guiteras.
Russell, Frank
1898 An Apache Medicine Dance. AA O11:367-372.
1903 Pima Annals. AA 5:76-80.
1908 The Pima Indians. BAE-R 26:1-390.
Sauer, Carl O.
1932 The Road to Cibola. Ibero-Americana, 3. University of California Press, Berkeley.
Sauer, Carol and Brand, Donald
1930 Pueblo Sites in Southwestern Arizona. University of California Publications in Geography, 3:415-458.
Sedelmair, Jacobo

--See Documentos above (3:4:843-859.)
Smart, Charles
1868 Notes on the "Tonto" Apaches, Annual Report, Smithsonian Institution, 1867. Washington.
Spier, Leslie
1928 Havasupai Ethnography. PaAMNH 29:3.
1933 Yuman Tribes of the Colorado River. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
Thomas, Cyrus, assisted by Swanton, John R.
1911 Indian Languages of Mexico and Central America. BAE-B 44, Washington.
Twitchel, Ralph E.
1914 Spanish Archives of New Mexico. 2 vs. Torch Press, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Velasco, Jose Francisco
1850 Noticias Estadisticas del Estado de Sonora. Mexico, 1850. English translation under title "Sonora: Its extent, population, natural productions, Indian tribes, mineral lands, etc. H. H. Bancroft & Co., San Francisco, 1861.
Vetancurt, augustin de
1870-71 Teatro Mexicano, vs. 1-4, Mexico.
Walker, John D.
1873 Unpublished manuscript in San Francisco, quoted by Bancroft and Russell.
Walton, Eda Lou and Waterman, T. T.
1925 American Indian Poetry. AA 27:25.
Winship, George Parker (Ed)
1909 The Journey of Coronado. New York.
Wissler, Clark
1922 The American Indian. Oxford University Press, New York (2nd edition).
Yarrow, H. C.
1881 A further contribution to the study of the Mortuary Customs of the North American Indians. BAE-R 1:87-203.



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