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The Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology's Bulletin is a serial published by the Bureau of American Ethnology of the Smithsonian Institution.
The first *Bulletin* was published in 1887, when the Bureau was called the Bureau of Ethnology. (It became the Bureau of American Ethnology in 1903.) The last Bulletin was published in 1971.
Persistent Archives of Complete Issues
- 1887-1894: The Smithsonian has numbers 1-8 and 10-24 of the Bureau of Ethnology bulletin. (The Bulletin title was given retrospectively.)
- 1889: We have a listing for number 9, "Bibliography of the Muskhogean Languages" by James Constantine Pilling. (The listing of Bulletins in Bulletin #24 designates this work as Bulletin #9.)
- 1903-1971: The Smithsonian has numbers 25-65, 68-134, 136-142, most volumes of number 143, numbers 144-179, and 181-200.
- 1918: The Internet Archive has number 66, "Recent Discoveries Attributed to Early Man in America" by Aleš Hrdlička.
- 1920: The Internet Archive has number 67, "Alsea Texts and Myths" by Leo J. Frachtenberg.
- 1946: The Biodiversity Heritage Library has number 143 volume 2, "The Andean Civilizations".
- 1961: The Internet Archive has number 180, "Symposium on Cherokee and Iroquois Culture".
- We also have a listing for Anthropological Papers, a subseries of monographs published as part of the Bulletin.
- We also have a listing for the River Basin Surveys Papers, another subseries of monographs published as part of the Bulletin,
- A 2016 story in the Santa Fe New Mexican discusses controversy over "The Origin Myth of Acoma Pueblo", published in 1946 as Bulletin #135, and which governor Fred Vallo of the Acoma Pueblo requested be withdrawn in 2015.
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