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Page 199 - of Northwestern America, by WA Setchell and NL Gardner. Price, 2.25 GEOLOGY.—Bulletin of the Department of Geology. Andrew C. Lawson, Editor. Price per volume $3.50. Volumes I (pp. 428) and II (pp. 450) completed. Volume III (in progress): No. 10. Two
Page 76 - by John Bruce MacCallum. PATHOLOGY.—Alonzo E. Taylor, Editor. Price per volume $2.00. Volume I (in progress): No. 1. On the Quantitative Separation of the Globulins of Hemolytic Serum, with Special Reference to the Carbon Dioxide Group, by Clarence Quinan. No. 2. Hydrolysis of Protamine with Especial Reference to the Action of Trypsin, by Alonzo Englebert Taylor.
Page 37 - He was the leader because he could, with his wealth, terminate hostilities by settling for all those killed by his warriors. There seem to have been no formalities in the government of the village or tribe. Formal councils were unknown, although the chief might, and often did, take the advice of his men in a collected body.
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Page 35 - fire. She was expected to have finished her bath before the men were astir. They too were early risers. The dawn was looked upon as a maiden. She would say of an early riser, "I like that man, I hope he will live to be old. He always looks at me.
Page 36 - trouble they looked to him to settle the dispute with money. As long as they obeyed, whatever he had was theirs in time of need. His power descended to his son at his death, if his property also so descended. On the other hand
Page 22 - inches in diameter is selected and rough hewn to shape, the heart side inward and the back carefully smoothed to the form of the back of the bow. The sinew is laid on while the wood is green, and held in place until dry by means of a twine wrapping. In this condition it is hung in the
Page 78 - $16.00 Vol. 2. The Tebtunis Papyri, Part 2 (in preparation). EGYPTIAN ARCHAEOLOGY. Vol. 1. The Hearst Medical Papyrus. Edited by GA Reisner and AM Lythgoe (in press). AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY AND ETHNOLOGY. Vol. 1. No. 1. Life and Culture of the Hupa, by Pliny Earle Goddard. Pages 88, Plates 30, September, 1903 . . . Price, $1.25 No. 2. Hupa Texts, by Pliny Earle Goddard. Pages 290, March, 1904 Price,