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Ancient Villages of Arizona. J. Walter Fewkes.
Boston Commonwealth, June 10, 1893. A Journal of American Archaeology and Ethnology. Vol. III. Boston, 1893. Edited by J. Walter Fewkes.
1. An Outline of the Documentary History of the Zuni Tribe. Adolph F. Bandelier. Pp. 1-115.
2. Somatological Observations on the Indians of the South West. H. F. C. ten Kate. Pp. 119-144.
The Song of the Ancient People. Edna Dean Proctor: with an introduction by Professor John Fiske and a Commentary by Frank H. Cushing. Boston, 1893, 69 pp., with 11 aquatints by Julian Scott. 1893-94. The Group of Tusayan Celebrations called Katcinas. J. Walter Fewkes.
15th Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology, pp. 251-312.
1894. On Certain Personages who appear in a Tusayan Ceremony. J. Walter Fewkes.
American Anthropologist, Jan., 1894, pp. 32-52, with plates. The Kinship of a Tanoan Speaking Community in Tusayan. J. Walter Fewkes.
American Anthropologist, April, 1894, pp. 162-167. Kinship of the Tusayan Villages. J. Walter Fewkes.
American Anthropologist, Oct., 1894, pp. 394-417. Dolls of the Tusayan Indians. J. Walter Fewkes.
Internationales Archiv fur Ethnographic Leiden, Bd. VII, 1894,
pp. 45-74, with plates. The Walpi Flute Observance: A Study of Primitive Dramatization. J. Walter Fewkes. Observations made by A. M. Stephen.
Journal of American Folk-Lore, Oct., 1894, pp. 265-287. A Journal of American Archaeology and Ethnology. Vol. IV. Boston, 1894. Edited by J. Walter Fewkes. Plates and illustrations.
The Snake Ceremonials at Walpi, pp. 1-126. By J. Walter Fewkes, assisted by A. M. Stephen and J. G. Owens.
1895. The Tusayan New Fire Ceremony. J. Walter Fewkes. Observations made by A. M. Stephen and J. W. Fewkes.