Analytical and Critical Bibliography of the Tribes of Tierra del Fuego and Adjacent Territory

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INDEX OF SUBJECTS
ABORTION 171
ADORNMENT, PERSONAL 182-184
ADULTERY 167-168
ADZE 200, 207, 217
AGED-- authority of 178 treatment of 136, 170, 173, 175, 176
AGRICULTURE 44, 185
ALACALUF-- glossary of language 12-29 history of investigation 61-62 name 5-6 population and present condition 47-48 territory 6-30 See also RELATIONS; SOMATOLOGY; LAN- GUAGES; GRAMMAR; DIALECTS; CUL- TURE.
ALIKHOOLIP 5, 87
ALLANA 123
AMERICAN RACE, relations of Fuegians and Chonos to 223
AMUCK, RUNNING 80, 140
AMULETS 150
ANATOMY, sources 138-140
ANCESTOR WORSHIP 150, 153
ANIMISM 150
ANKLETS 183
ANOINTING 160, 182
ANTHROPOLOGY, use of term 2
ANTHROPOMETRICAL DATA, sources 139-140
AONA 48
ARAUCANIANS-- cultural influence on Chonos 43-45 relations of Fuegians and Chonos to 34-36, 82, 116, 220-221
ARCHEOLOGY-- deductions from facts 219-220 facts 218-219 See also MIDDENS.
ARISTOCRACY 178
ARMLETS 184
ARROW, BOW AND-- affinities and origin 55, 211-213 arrow release 211 description 184, 209-211 distribution of 29, 43, 205, 207-209 ART 180-184
ARTIFICIAL DEFORMATION 78, 183
ASTERISKS, use of 137
ATHLETICS 184-185
AUTHORITY-- of fathers, aged, and medicine-men 178 of husbands 168-169
AUTHORS, bibliography of 65-136
AWLS 204, 218
AX 44, 45, 89, 200, 202, 217 Page
BAILERS 201
BALL GAME 184
BALSAS 196
BARTER 45, 179
BASKETRY 111, 204-205
BATHS 155, 157, 160
BEARDS 42, 182
BEEHIVE HUT 55, 192-193
BELIEF AND MORALITY 146-148, 151, 152
BIBLIOGRAPHIES-- list of 137 of authors 65-136 of subjects 137-228
BIGAMY 51, 57, 165, 166-167
BIRDS 191
BIRTH CUSTOMS 155
BLOOD-REVENGE 159, 173, 174-175, 178
BOILING 191
BOLAS 86, 214-216
BOROROS, somatological relations of Onas to 222
BOTOCUDOS, somatological and cultural relations of Fuegians to 222
BOW. See ARROW.
BOXES 205
BRACHYCEPHALISM 43, 53, 222
BRAIN 180 sources 140
BRAVERY 173, 177
BUCKETS 205
BURIAL 130, 161
CANNIBALISM 175-176
CANOE INDIANS 2
CANOES, BARK-- description 197-198 distribution 29-30, 197 one-piece 196-197 sewed 197-198
CAPTIVES 174, 176
CASUAL MEETINGS, use of term 65
CAUCAHUES, CAUCAUS 31, 32, 33, 35, 38, 39, 40, 41, 45, 46, 76, 112, 123-124
CEPHALIC INDICES 43, 98 sources 139-140
CHANGOS, somatological relations of Fuegians to 222
CHANNEL ALACALUF, CHANNEL INDIANS 65
CHASTITY, PREMARITAL 169-170, 173 See also CONJUGAL FIDELITY.
CHIEFS 76, 177-178
CHILDREN-- carrying 171-172 moral education 156-157, 173 naming, weaning, and selling 171 treatment of 68, 84, 136, 153, 170-171
CH^N 33, 36, 48, 85, 106

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