540 Folk-lore Bibliography.
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Classical Review, VII, 9. E. S. Sikes, Folk-lore in the Works and Days of Hesiod.
Eighth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology, 1886-7. V- xMindeleJ/] A Study of Pueblo Architecture. /. Slez'enson, Cere- monial of Hasjelti Dailjis and Mythical Sand-Painting of the Navajo Indians.
Journal of American Folk-lore, xxii. /. Maclean, Blackfoot Myth- ology. W. M. Beauchampy Onondaga Tales; Notes on Onon- daga Dances. C. A. Eraser^ Scottish Myths from Ontario. G. T. Kercheval, An Otoe and an Omaha Tale. S. Culin^ Exhibit of Games in the Columbian Exposition.
Journal of the Anthropological Institute, xxiii, i. Lieut. Boyle T. Soinerville, R.N ., Notes on some Islands of the New Hebrides. E. H. Man, Nicobar Pottery. Prof. N. G. Politis, On the Breaking of Vessels as a Funeral Rite in Modern Greece. Rev. J. Mathew, The Cave-Paintings of Australia. G. F. Scott Elliot, Notes on Native West African Customs. Z. Decle, On some Matabele Customs. E. A. Swettenhain, Note on the Jacoons. /. /. Atkinson, Notes on Pointed Forms of Pottery among Primitive Peoples.
Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries, xiv, 3. E. Peacock^ Cus- toms for Tithing in Lincolnshire.
Report of the British Association, 1892. Report of Committee for Investigating the Ruins of Mashonaland and the Habits and Customs of the Inhabitants. English Report of the Committee on the North-Western Tribes of Canada. Report of the Com- mittee on the Natives of India.
American Antiquarian, xv, 2. S. D. Peet, The Tribal Record in the Effigies. — 4, T. L. Gaertner, The Age of the Mound- Builders. R. N. Wilson, Blackfoot Star-Myths. /. A. Watkins, Legend of Cumberland Mountain. C. N. Bell, Mounds and Relics in Mani- toba. S. D. Peet, Ethnographic Religions and Ancestor Wor- ship. — 5. S. D. Peet, Commemorative Columns and Ancestor Worship. J. Deans, Totem Posts at the World's Fair.