SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Only those references are listed which have contributed to this book. Comprehensive bibliographies will be found in those books where noted.
GENERAL
Adam Leonhard; Primitive Art. Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England ( Penguin), 1949. (Bibliography)
Bidney David; Theoretical Anthropology. New York ( Columbia University Press), 1953.
Benedict Ruth; Patterns of Culture. Mentor Books, New York (The New American Library), 1934.
--; "Animism". Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences, New York ( Macmillan), Vol. 13, 1930-44, pp. 65-67.
--; "Magic". Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences, New York ( Macmillan), Vol. 10, 1930-44, pp. 39-44.
Boas Franz; Primitive Art. Oslo, 1927. Also new ed. Irvington-on-Hudson, New York ( Capitol), 1951.
--; "Anthropology". Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences, New York ( Macmillan), Vol. 13, 1930-44, Art: pp. 89-93.
Burland C. A. and Hooper J. T.; The Art of Primitive Peoples, London ( The Fountain Press), 1953.
Cairns Huntington; Law and the Social Sciences. New York ( Harcourt, Brace), 1935.
Collier John; Indians of the Americas. Chicago ( W. W. Norton and Co.), 1947.
--; also, same title (slightly abridged); Mentor Books. The New American Library, 1953.
Frazer Sir J. G.; The Golden Bough (Vols. 1 and 2), The Magic Art and the Evolution of Kings. 3rd. ed., New York ( Macmillan), 1935.
Freud Sigmund; Totem and Taboo. The Basic Writings of Sigmund Freud. Tr. and ed. with an introduction by Dr. A. A. Brill, New York ( Random House Modern Library), 1938.
Goldenweiser Alexander; "Form and Content in Totemism". American Anthropologist, 1918, pp. 280-295.
--; "Totemism". Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences, New York ( Macmillan) Vol. 13, 1930-44, pp. 657-660.
Herskovits Melville J.; Man and His Works; the Science of Cultural Anthropology. New York ( Knopf), 1948.
Heydrich M. and Fröhlich W.; Plastik der Primitiven, Stuttgart ( Wolf Strache), 1954.
Jaensch E. R.; Eidetic Imagery and Typological Methods of Investigation. Tr. by Oscar Oeser, London ( Routledge), 1930.
Jung C. G.; Two Essays on an Analytical Psychology. New York ( Pantheon), 1953.
Kempf E. J.; "The Probable Origin of Man's Belief in Sympathetic Magic and Taboo". Medical Journal and Record, Vol. CXXXIII, No. 1, New York, Jan. 7, 1931.
Kris Ernst; Psychoanalytic Explorations in Art. New York ( International Universities Press Inc.), 1952.
Kroeber A. L.; Anthropology. New York ( Harcourt, Brace), 1948.
--; "Primitive Art". Encyclopaedia of Social Sciences, New York ( Macmillan) Vol. 1, 1930-44, pp. 226- 229.
Lesley Parker; "Primitive Art and the Contemporary Point of View". University of Minnesota Gallery Exhibition Catalogue, 1940, pp. 7-12.
Lévy-Bruhl Lucien; The "Soul" of the Primitive. Tr. by Lillian A. Clare. New York ( Macmillan), 1928.
Linné Sigvald, Ed.; Primitiv Konst. Konst och Konsthantverk hos Primitiva Folk. Stockholm ( Aktiebolaget Bokverk), 1947.
Linton Ralph; "'Primitive' Art." The American Magazine of Art, Jan. 1933, pp. 17-24.
Lowie Robert H.; The History of Ethnological Theory. New York ( Farrar and Reinhardt), 1937.
Lublinski Ida; "Der Mythos von der Geburt". Zeitschrift für Ethnologie, Berlin, 1932, pp. 112-125.
Luquet G. H.; "Le Réalisme Intellectuel dans l'Art Primitif". Journal de Psychologie, Tome 34, Paris, 1927.
Malinowski Bronislaw; Magic, Science and Religion. Garden City, New York ( Doubleday), 1954.
Mandelbaum David G.; "The Art of Primitive Peoples". University of Minnesota Gallery Exhibition Catalogue, 1940, pp. 3-6; 16-35.
Marett R. R.; Faith, Hope and Charity in Primitive Religion. New York ( Macmillan), 1932, p. 204.
Moloney James Clark; The Magic Cloak. A Contribution to the Psychology of Authoritarianism. Wakefield, Mass. ( Montrose), 1949.
Montague Ashley; "Some Anthropological Terms. A Study in the Systematics of Confusion". American Anthropologist, Jan.-Mar., 1945.
Osborn Fairfield; The Pacific World. New York ( W. W. Norton & Co.), 1944.
Pijoán José ( Cossió-Pijoán); Summa Artis; Historia General del Arte, Vol. I. Arte de los Pueblos Aborigenes. Madrid ( Espasa-Calpe, S. A.), 1944.
--; Vol. X. Arte Precolombiano, Mexicano y Maya. 1946.

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Introduction 7
  • I - Africa 11
  • II - Alaska and the Pacific Northwest Coast 60
  • III - The United States: Forests, Plains and Deserts 105
  • IV - Mexico and the Andean Region 157
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