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1st inst Agassiz American Archaeology ancient Annual Report Archaeology Asa Gray Building Fund burial caves Clair River clay crania Curator E. G. Squier Ethnology explorations F. W. Putnam feet Fellows of Harvard Five per cent flint Florida George Peabody Gold Harvard College head heaps human bones humerus Indian Interest on Worcester Interest Seven Island Jeffries Wyman John's River Kentucky Lake large number Massachusetts Five Mortillet mound Museum of American Nashua R. R. Nashua Railroad Co.'s objects ornaments paid for Worcester Peabody Museum Peru Peruvian pieces portion pottery Professor Fund Railroad Co.'s Note rec'd 6 Months received on sale received Six Months ree'd River Seven per cent shell shellheaps side Six per cent skeleton skull Specie Notes specimens STEPHEN SALISBURY stone implements surface tibia Treasurer Trustees ulna vases vessels Winthrop Worcester & Nashua Worcester and Nashua Worcester Note Worcester Sewer Bonds Worcester Water Bonds
Page 10 - strongly convex forwards, and its angles so rounded as to present the nearly oval section seen in the apes. The anatomist, however, will not fail to recognize the fact that in the relative length of the bone, in the lines corresponding with the muscular attachments, in the direction of the crest and the forms of
Page 8 - I REPORT OF THE TREASURER. To the Trustees of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology in connection with Harvard University: The Treasurer respectfully presents his
Page 37 - of North America; by Cyrus Thomas. Washington, 1873. 4to. Cretaceous Flora; by L. Lesquereux. Washington, 1874. 4to. Synopsis of the Flora of Colorado ; by Thomas C. Porter and John M. Coulter. Washington, 1874.
Page 22 - Museum building, upon land to be given for that purpose free of cost or rental, by the President and Fellows of Harvard College; the building, when completed, to become the property of the College for the uses of this Trust and none other.
Page xxxviii - and Ethnology in general, in main and special reference, however, to the aboriginal American races. I direct that the income of the further sum of forty-five thousand dollars shall be applied by my said Trustees to the establishment and maintenance of a Professorship of American
Page xxxix - report, signed by the Trustees, shall be presented to the President and Fellows of the College. In the event of the death or resignation of Mr. Winthrop, I direct that the vacancy in the number of the Board be filled by the President of the Massachusetts Historical Society, who ex
Page xxxviii - the event of his death or resignation, by Mr. Adams; and so successively in the order I have named above. The Trustees shall keep a record of their doings, and shall annually prepare a report setting forth the condition of the trust and funds, and the amount of income received and paid out by them during the previous year.
Page 9 - of forty individuals from the mounds of Kentucky, onethird presented this flattening to the extent that the transverse did not exceed. 0.60 of the fore and aft diameter. The most extreme case was from the mound on the River Rouge in Michigan, in which the transverse diameter was only 0.48. In the most marked case mentioned by Broca, viz., in the old man from Cro-Magnon,