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A Contribution to Passamaq noddy Folk-Lore. J. Walter Fewkes. Journal of American Folk-Lore, Dec, 1890, pp. 257-280. A preliminary account appeared in " Science," May 2, 1890.
On the Use of the Phonograph among the Zuni Indians. J. Walter
American Naturalist, July, 1890, pp. 687-691.
Additional Studies of Zuni Songs and Rituals with the Phonograph. J. Walter Fewkes.
American Naturalist, Nov., 1890, pp. 1094-1098.
Human Bones of the Hemenway Collection in the U. S. Army Medical Museum. Washington Matthews, Surgeon U. S. A., Dr. J. L. Wort-man, and Dr. John S. Billings. Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences. Vol. VI. Washington, 1890, pp. 165-286, with 59 plates. Contributions to the History of the Southwestern Portion of the United States. By Adolph F. Bandelier.
Papers of the Archaeological Institute of America. American Series, V. Cambridge, 1890, 206 pp., with map.
This volume contains part of the result of Mrs. Hemenway's commission to Dr. Bandelier and was published by the Expedition under the auspices of the Institute. A Study of Some Summer Ceremonials of the Zuni and Moki. J. Walter Fewkes.
Bulletin of Essex Institute, July, 1890, pp. 89-113. 1891. Some Games of the Zuni. John G. Owens.
Popular Science Monthly, May, 1891, 10 pp., illus.
Suggestions as to the Meaning of the Moki Snake Dance. J. Walter Fewkes.
Journal of American Folk-Lore, June, 1891, pp. 129-138. A Journal of American Archaeology and Ethnology. Hemenway Southwestern Archaeological Expedition. Vol. I. Boston, 1891. Edited by J. Walter Fewkes. Plates and illustrations.
1. A Few Summer Ceremonials at the Zuni Pueblo. J. Walter Fewkes. Pp. 1-61.
2. Zuni Melodies. Benjamin Ives Gilman. Pp. 65-91,