American Anthropologist

American Anthropological Association, 1925

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Seite 36 - Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles ? Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit ; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit. A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit. Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit, is hewn down, and cast into the fire. Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them.
Seite 570 - December 28th, 1924, a meeting for the purpose of organizing a linguistic society was held in the American Museum of Natural History, 77th Street and Central Park West, New York City...
Seite 27 - The voice that beautifies the land! The voice above, The voice of the thunder Within the dark cloud Again and again it sounds The voice that beautifies the land.
Seite 46 - Eat, eat, while there is bread. Drink, drink, while there is water, A day comes when dust shall darken the air When a blight shall wither the land, When a cloud shall arise, When a mountain shall be lifted up, When a strong man shall seize the city, When ruin shall fall upon all things, When the tender leaf shall be destroyed, When eyes shall be closed in death...
Seite 363 - Lots in their Corn-Fields, but every Man knows his own, and it scarce ever happens that they rob one another of so much as an Ear of Corn, which, if any is found to do, he is sentenced by the Elders to work and plant for him that was robbed, till he is recompensed for all the Damage he has suffered in his Corn-Field; and this is punctually performed, and the Thief held in Disgrace that steals from any of his Country-Folks...
Seite 69 - It sounded as if they were right close to me; and then I sat still for a long time and I saw a big black cat coming toward me, and I felt him just like a tiger walking up on my legs toward me; and when I felt his claws I jumped back and kind of made a sound as if I was afraid, and he asked me to tell him what was the matter, so I told him after a while.
Seite 258 - As soon as man had the idea of ' making ' things, he might conjecture as to a Maker of things which he himself had not made, and could not make. He would regard this unknown Maker as 'a magnified non-natural man...
Seite 32 - Lamb of God, I look to thee ; Thou shalt my example be ; Thou art gentle, meek, and mild ; Thou wast once a little child.
Seite 194 - New York Public Library, New York City. New York State Library, Albany, NY North Carolina University Library, Chapel Hill, NC Northwestern University Library, Evanston, 111.
Seite 142 - With them were also placed effigies of the animals they were pursuing, while the hunter was dressed in his wooden armor, and provided with an enormous mask, all ornamented with feathers and a countless variety of wooden pendants colored in gay patterns. All the carvings were of wood, the weapons even were only facsimiles in wood of the original articles. Among the articles represented were drums, rattles, dishes, weapons, effigies of men, birds, fish, and...

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