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VOLEXIX JANUARY, 1919" NUMBER a

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME XVIII

JANUARY Narrative of a Bird Quest in the Vicinity of Cape Horn..............--..-.. RotLto H. Brok Scenes from the Vicinity of Cape Horn...... 2c eee ceee ere e eee e reese cence RouLo H. Broek Midian O©orn, as: & World) WOOd ove wie ccc cece esicwceetpet ent ene snes CLARK WISSLER PTH HGP GNI Ee TODIEMS IN LOUSSA:. 04 wie ie cree s clele e cle mene we eee ss ¥)s sie) s\ ele wie C-E. A. WINSLOW The Story of the Red Sunflower. ..........5. 22 esse eee ee eee cece e eee T. D. A. CocKERELL RERUN DEE LG oie xisxen ce clele cocks eciare (ele elle ©) oar oly ofslle) n\ Sues erase nile, op uration eel ole) o¥eile (vice WILLIAM KH. SArFORD Game Marming for Pleasure or Profit... 1.0... cee ce cee ee ee eee eens HERBERT K. JOB PEMEMOTEMIN BISON CHG SOG foie cstere cuvie sie sie rove lice se oo) si epvterey do relrlipianels (ovsis =) sei e/a [ole IY. A. LuoAs RUHR NPAT UCIT OR UTS DOS arora re lett cae new aie ols! sere tas Suto) Ole alonawey es. erelphey ei cintewele eisiey s\eLsKep ok JouN T. NICHOLS MN TPREUITTTMPINOCOS iter e enc cs Chace cicelcin at cls nite ceystal ola tec eric ames wy Leiretc al tien ait smeieys) ctr avelp) eV ehsliet wiigr whalsl aerator FEBRUARY PIT E ATO MELA DIGH OL ALT OD ICH MISHES)< ater ote) leiaietetei sl ohahelel el enal er cere eis fete vie) W(eha Muers(s W. H. LONGLEY TTA MATHONICaAn LH Uel) MsMINe of cis, ode wire. cheuw Grele a, erator wwireieih melee soi svs sue, che euade CHARLES P. BERKEY MHSEOOR SILPAbIONIIN thE: WUNILGG SUAbOS. . sce canes elere cee cis sie ane Sienele) itn « CuarnLes R. VAN HISE Taina ie GhaG | Os bya og Opi OOOH ODE Os Comoe cacao ony Oloclg aad 9 ole ARTHUR A. ALLEN Narrative of a Bird Quest in the Vicinity of Cape Horn..................... RoLtLo H. Beok The Mounted Skeleton of Moropus in the American Museum...............4-. W. D. MarrHEw PVM CIEAE ATIC I CLOINCO sue aricbesciniiciicie. ener oye fale euler wlctsley = eheloWe! oehe) shell sfoners se Ys DAVID STARR JORDAN Mains Ge Whence MOS CEG Giro eu o.oo Ons GUS Co bao Gocco donde Homo non Oe JOHN KUNKEL SMALL On the Use of the Diving Helmet in Submarine Biological Work................ EK. W. GupGER PETES AN VN STIG eM iV CIMOLLA aa seereccrste sicleyareasna/<) heteveie Laken Mae ai cllelictdetdlnvelehe sielel oye F. A. LUCAS SON GMES ITM ONMELS OL MANUS 0s te oieleiter cree ctartece re sv si'ena -«) = ev otro: allan balls fel sie le ells) incase) seco W. L. MoATEE J. IS UM it inh eesti eg pgp ao ue Comoro oUccanoo Grou o uO O Uno mOUd coro mod Don é WORPERTITTIMEN OLE Crcrci cic iohe, on cc Zane an a) iresaante rail repbaycet arn ens, 3, aie Maveuth no elnte or et eltey siveecqalvaristesdiaePsheyairer sh © a) sel oreh one Pen MARCH . Food Supply of the Smith Sound Eskimos....................-0+008- DonaLp B. MACMILLAN Sinha Wine, iaGy DERG Pte ole capone ECO OU OC OUT OD bap omoocs Donaup B. MACMILLAN BnoeOripin and Evolution, Of; MLE) vo.\e lotic sie «oy eiateteetein@ de tela mie elotele re shel niel=tell= FRANK R. LILLIE PPG UALOMal a Mant ROWAKe .). cl. 16) cls) shelche ele. cls oucrsi chew eoniesenehere ais Gare SYLVANUS GRISWOLD MORLEY Hoemmon sense and Animal- @oloration. 2.0.5.6 ce ee oe meet ee THEODORE ROOSEVELT THAME OLOSS TANG The mANtIVIVISCCLIONISES «. «cells cle teke.ct cys eis (eveyeinnlielele @)cl + ciel elelal aerate W. W. KEEN Tha SEE TDI 2 CET OWES 6nd croc. COI o aio clo. oato ood ao aro loo D EpWIN CHAPIN STARKS Ose Wig TE aine Ce. EGS Ugo ome peo condo on Oo Obie o Ub ood dodUonbD Goo T. D. A. COCKERELL MOESRETITTIMEN OLRM: o Sicilavcic ic crerelslw eusiel reve enonottens ekelsls. cele: elisien age Pe alt cue ened atts) emer sic eh 6 ebicy eenioler ea sue sitter ears APRIL PANT RARE AN CIEN (VON TIN GILES ce ede ayeta ne loeite shay cv evel odaticy soya reyieireNerauic isto et Sulsmera reel « Roy CHAPMAN ANDREWS PRESEN TILA OTM VIEW ONS CO LIT Os. eave choisteheicc.chrots teltone hoteliers) onch rey one rele feberencr site wie onstolaua sacra nen L. H. BAILEy MN AEnTOM SCIEN Ce ins These resent Walia «ace ot lotoer otis emareva skews eveMes cba irate allel eileleutehellehanals M. I. PuPINn Nesumrurabits o: the African. Elormbill’, .)o 2.026 - sm. ites Herbert LANG and JAMES P. CHAPIN Mheslaathwerlons of NMarthais. VANeCyardiic.. cmc eae aici cle suele clsiais) che KpwARD Hower ForBUSH Museum Documents: and Modern Costume. i. 3.05 sence ee sie oie eee ole M. D. C. CRAWFORD BOompeniston Ol the OentUries thc aie mye ce ele cl alee cis eB cies ey ove sy ole ite (The Late) L. P. GRATACAP Biographical Sketch of the Late L. P. Gratacap...................- GEORGE FREDERICK KUNZ The Tree of Saint Louis in the Forest of Fontainebleau...............-. WiLurAM A. MuRRILL Ne ANCCMOIe Tne #EACUIIS sioy-fekadcio.sbel nclelatcle eration jon lcqeh erenehatae cone CHALMERS LOWELL PANCOAST Skeletons of the Cuban Ground Sloth in the Havana and American Museums....W. D. MATTHEW PENTOSE cicinicus esis <ienei2 ss PMCs ees daar chee acc oreo yore he tavatic toate ec ene Ce tehetake aaa cena one et ezeis Sheranees wictel events May WORT TEL OMAN REUBEN UL ULE LIS Gray o's, fois letras ¢ (orrodee oy eh, «sey srtoen se anes Obs, oho, s. aie taller ele cdaeetone setae THEODORE ROOSEVELT HIPLea ym VELONMeLNt. “ANd: \OLVIZAGION =) Jefars sos ls aie oleveley ores elena onan gt ie wee @iscthes bene A. L. KROEBER MEMneneAMmOnN LHe E SMITH) SOUNO. HISKUMOS fey cies. etcl-) 0 ct sis nelle eo) chomsnstierenis Glens EpMUND OTIS HOvEY SL ETEMMBESATY EME T PON sti. Vay Sse - yah oneireituls, plo) ibiose tans eo etc Seki sy atau andes erekexiarae, ee ess Roy CHAPMAN ANDREWS Quick Key to a Knowledge of Common Insects...................- WILLIAM Morton WHEELER PeWannralish s Notes on a Lrip wp the, Orinoco). .t 005: ance oe cele i ie oe oe GEORGE K. CHERRIE PEE ML ALE o OOLMOCEOL secs colade renee Scones) neues ove ss Scope) eabieser ove) sh ta: sus leurel nus fene lope) GMau onsiss sae yale aye We Die: Parondethiule, Hxpedition: Under Rasmussems. cist oc ere «cists s se wiee aps 4 yee speyensleas opatienes epeme: tuapa Plans for the Second Thule Expedition to North Greenland................ Knup RASMUSSEN MHeEMonike SEalvoL, the, Southern -Caciiic sic cts sjsro s+ ac ariel & Stee eve ial alansreney ns akolene ote ALFRED M. BAILEY RTCMRER LURE TNE SERLG ft oi ots 0 Nave) 3h citer ah sttaan al evoke) PyeltbaGeisaiercieias ofsitn aan seerees alae uel sanepeorune acts Manet ane J. A. ALLEN SUED. 2165 GRAS Rn ee Po eC Oe Wea ie A eee och ce ee ba ie ote ; OCTOBER PAIMAMCATIMMOLESs NP IMeCeLN Anh MANGA. auc cends ls cnceniois? ie ober otrensum eleiewa ciahate olen cue Henry S. GRAVES Photosynthesis,” or Sugar and Starch Manufacture. .:...0...0...00c0seese JOUN M. COULTER Hacial wypes im the Population of the United States\.. <2). 4.2 case sce. scies es we L. R. SuLLIvan UTM OEIC BONO COGIC Shere a, yaiis, oc alisha atenal tails, chal aiet cearecol uonaviale fete acy auc) w aei’e weuauiey onal A. W. DimMock Pam AROMNEN Steeda oc Saal ok cuiat Se 2 cr cto auth: ape itterdia) Mig Suaieenyac Us apePsuRTeReT Ww D.O e epap eRene cel aeeteme WILLIAM BEEBE Ramla OUT OWEN GOL LIA os cis, « tl tietaje renee: huarey Maca tio aia teteetereislekshekelee sys Roprert CUSHMAN MuRPHY Mioeamerican, Ornithologists, “WNON< : s,s csolste e ehels cheale to sneleisi a © alicia aeueuele = eteia ke T. S. PALMER “The Distribution of Bird-Life in Colombia’: A Review.............2:.s+: ARTHUR A. ALLEN Pempcireyy Galt am British: Gulana... 2 see cue one ce ee en ee ene WILLIAM J. LAVARRE, JR. Peres ME DICT STAG e sic ty erwncd icra cis ac: spelel Pieris: ON ace Jebeyeuacelamaraititale ab abar ot clvitet oan tape EMERSON STRINGHAM PLONE DEVIANTS ALOT: het o- Fiex alta zs ys seiotis fos are, oral Sia ete utes, Bet en eae cena Cache" eee ata aie eer W. D. MarrHEew Dr. Oharlenvic eMastman.(1868—0978))c)yeaiecetens ssa sss, paucheisns) 9 ste el tomer ciewee sober BASHFORD DEAN aa Phat Ane tlelpin py LO VW, DOs Ware. 5. co) i ayey i elaraieyn wirerauel ayn aieitey che HERBERT P. WHITLOCK PUMPIAMT MER a) x caSe lala als vse ore, 5 02918 anid (o: Sudo ane ke BNET BTS 0) D aee, OSL aNTLn ala dated eon oho ated cape reve c hel os hele eels ; NOVEMBER PEIN ENOTOL Hea INATIONE «io ae sud erence coke ce Mlckats capaho co sieite Mesa lororebaiewoan CHARLES R. VAN HISE Famous iy Orval neasures OL @NESLO KITE cre sues tele eis ateysiei chore Phen ies ole snares HERBERT LANG PR PRRC UCI SCIONCE. c ds5 1 anc Beiniels Gertie ieee ake FAS Pere OO e WINTERTON C. CuRTIS How Shall I Learn to Teach the Blinded Soldiers................000eees WALTER G. HOLMES Note euewuecAmerican Museum's’ Work with the Blind=.< jo. «|. fara be vo ecu cin cevine ePslele tl eure ans SPEMa AN ChiCr Statlon. At \CQOCHAVE. -5.. cuincsteid a sitvule Fo MrsPa era e neaiccd eletelatleleis W. ELMER EKBLAW Stefansson Returned After Four Years of Arctic Exploration............ Mates CLARK WISSLER Further DIRCOVEMEN WAU the PAZLEC! SUUN Molar tela chitelet hates) seve ie ia euetccnss aVate fone EaRL H. Morris RCE eNdellawWillistonm. (LEOS—TOUS)o- hiesemi2is str oletera ema ae eras eo erates BARNUM BROWN SRP MEIDULANICRIHE MONEE. MOO aa .:c.c1 191i eeuogse Meeke4 molec ors ies riatons eee ea a ee L. H. Barry Re Eiswnim Situation in the United States. ......c.-msevics veel des emp cle fos GEORGE F. Kunz s

DECEMBER

Mhew hood sSmpplys ot 10 vir eA LUCS operate ee) teeta et aie oe tat a ee elise eae eed na GRAHAM LusK 629 The Havasupal 1of) Cataract \Oanonl cia cyae cee cielo ie steven retell he teeth terete let eel etter LESLIE SPIER 637 Reviews onevwWasslenrs celhe eAmerican Drains ere i tise) keen et einen iene ALBERT ERNEST JENKS 646 AoWannal pNaturalistein SOuULne AMmenICa rc cee) verte ian acinen=ni- ele ieee een iow THEODORE KOOSEVELT 663 INGteSMOI CATTICAN™ NIONIKCYS/-jetne ote leus cu eile = Seohonel el cl ois ober vile ere tebe elie sted= eve lateds Mrs. Cart E. AKELEY 671 Narrative of a Cruise to Lake Okeechobee........:..:........+.-.---JOHN KUNKEL SMALL 685 Anis, (Chgvynis(e n UbERGSAyy Rion doe won eee peer op ode oo soounoode snub ude oot Leo Logs 701 President Charles Richard Van Hise (1857—1918)...................... CHARLES P. BERKEY 705 T Near (a over ABN ILS Vesol ie -oeeen eS Pete ote er GI Ons SiG aoc oto Bore ONG Gh Bio. ninttiato y of Gow W. W. KEEN 707 CMvemiloraLolebermidarn +) VAN TWeVLe Was pot) steps ekayapare at tskere ene dclatrs ee eateueuete JOHN W. HARSHBERGER 718 imac! IWibenyitinted os UNS pieE oo ean ooh adoaddasosopictdouseanoo OAS L. R. SULLIVAN 721 IAA GM WA Made Ly UWATE As Bacio ano auoo oo nde MOD OodG Oooo ssoggandCe CLARK WISSLER 725 TN (C012 ie at ais ee a Te OLD ANE itt et bd Ae ner met nie Ac acer iar act Wace preheat Ol Rip Dick Baca SH yD 726 ILLUSTRATIONS African, big game, 320-50; hornbills, 271-75; Ivory, Congo, 527—52 monkey, 670—80 J. T. Jr., 670—80 Allen, Joel Asaph, 477 Koch, Lauge, 394 Alligator, Tertiary, 505 Lake Louise, color plate, opp. p. 251 American Ornithologists’ Union, founders of, Leeuwenhoek, Antony van, 556 474-75 Leipziger, Henry M., 247 Andes, scenes in, 662-69; diagram of life zones, Lignum nephriticum, color plate, opp. p. 48, 488 A9—54 Andrews, Roy Chapman, 63 MacMillan, Donald B., 160 Animal Coloration, revealing and _ concealing, Map, coal fields of United States, 90-1; west 211-16 coast of Greenland, 393; of racial types, Anthony, H. E., 512 430—44; Colombian life zones, opp. p. 488; Ant heads, 140 Chapman expedition to Colombia, 496-7;

Arctic, scenes in eastern, 162—92

Aztee ruin, 602-10

Bailey, Florence Merriam, 481

Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 476

Beck, Rollo H., 4

Beeches in forest of Fontainebleau, 305

Bighorn Bad Lands of Wyoming, 389-91

Bird, farming, 56—61; photography, 101—9

Birds, in vicinity of Cape Horn, 9—23, 110-15; African hornbills, 271-75; heath hen, 279— 83; prairie chickens, 278; of South Georgia, 463-72; nest of bay-breasted warbler, 483; of Colombia, opp. p. 498

Blind, instruction of, 566-79, (November )

British Guiana, mining scenes, 499-502

Cape Horn, scenes, cover (January), 110-18

Cherrie, George K., 388

and back cover

5-24,

Child-life among the Smith Sound Eskimos, 360-71 China, scenes in, 35, 36; monuments, 252-62;

blue tiger hunt, 372-79

Colombia, scenes in, 484—94

Coloration, protective, of animals, 211—16

Congo, ivory, 527—52

Connolly, Charles A., 510

Costumes, designs from Museum documents, 287—96

Crocker Land Expedition headquarters, 392

Crocodile, Florida, 447, 449—51

Cuban Ground Sloth, 312

Daniel Giraud Elliot Medal, 404

Diamond mine, 500

Diving helmet, 78, 137-8

Dogwood, cover (April)

Dutcher, William, 479

Elephant studio, 243

Eskimo, child, cover (March); scenes, 162—92; food resources, 164-75; child-life of Smith Sound, 360-71

Ferns, tropical, 126—34

Fish, tropical, cover (February), 78—88; 124; Ohio shad, 503-04; herring, 504

Flags of the Allies, cover (December) ; American, back cover (December)

Florida, crocodile, 447, 449-451; Everglades, 684, 687-97

Fontainebleau, forest of, 305; tree of St. Louis, 306

Forests of France, the, 412—25, cover (October)

Fossils, alligator, 505; Miocene horses, pigs, and rhinoceroses, 120

Godhayn, views of, 580—99

Gratacap, Louis Pope, 298

Guatemala earthquake, 200-9

Haiiy, Réné Just, 153

Hornbill, African, 271-75

Indian corn, 28—29

Indians, Aztec, 602-10; Bella Coola, 150; Cufia,

bass,

669; Havasupai, 636-45; Hidatsa, 25; Fleurs, 308-11; Quichua, 668; Yahgan, 15, alt

Tusecte., concons, 381; color plates, bet. pp. 382—

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Disco Bay, Danish Greenland, 583; Stefdns- son's Canadian Arctic expedition, opp. p. 690; anthropological, 649-56; Leo E. Miller’s South American explorations, opp. p. 664; Okeechobee, 686

Men, types of, 658—9

Mendel, Gregor, 556

Miller, Leo E., 515, 663, 665

Miocene water hole, 120

Monk seal of southern Pacific, 397—99

Moore, Barrington, 513

Moropus, 120, 122

Murals by Will S. Taylor, 148, 150

Museum documents and modern costumes, plate, opp. p. 286, 287—96

Mussel, propagation of, 559-60

Narra wood, cup, color plate, opp. p. 48, 49-54

New York Aquarium, ground plan of, 155

Okeechobee, Lake, scenes about, 684, 687—97

Photography, submarine, 87, 137; bird, 101—9

Pika, 215

Portraits, Allen, J. A., 477; Andrews, R. C., 63;

color

Anthony, H. E., 512; Bailey, Florence M., 431 Baird) (Sahl, 4765 seckyy Reese Cherrie, G. K., 388; Connolly, C. A., 510; Dutcher, W., 479; Gratacap, L. P., 298;

Haiiy, R. J., 153; Koch, L., 394; Leeuwen- hoek, A. van, 556; Leipziger, H. M., 247; MacMillan, D. B., 160; Mendel, G., 556; Miller, L. E., 515, 663, 665; Moofe, B., 513; Rasmussen, K., 394; Roosevelt, T., 322, 327; father of T. Roosevelt, 323; Sage, J. H., 478: Smith, E. W., 2395) Stem; William, 389; Van Hise, C. R., 94; Williston, S. W., 520; Wissler, C., 628; Wulff, T., 394

Prong bucks, 216

Racial types, maps of, 430, 432-35, 437, 442-44

Rasmussen, Knud, 394

Roosevelt, portraits of Theodore, 322, of, 320

Russia, scenes in, 30-35

Sage, John Hall, 478

Sargent, Charles Sprague, bust of, 240

Sea lions, Steller’s and California, 226—36, 244—45

Seal, monk, of southern Pacific, 397—99

Skulls, long-headed, 657

Sloth, Cuban ground, 312

Smith, Ernest W., 139

Smith Sound, scenes in vicinity of, 162-92

South Georgian bird photography, 463—72

Stein, William, 389

Sunflowers, 38—46

Temples, Chinese, 252—62

Tree of Saint Louis, 306

Van Hise, Charles R., 94

327; father

War, U. S. Infantry, front and back cover (October); Red Cross parade, cover (No- vember )

Whale hunting, 64

Williston, Samuel Wendell, 520 Wilmot, Ruth, 288

Wissler, Clark, 628

Women, types of, 660—61 Wulff, Thorild, 394

Yunnan, gate of Tali-fu in, 262

INDEX OF VOLUME XVIII

Names of contributors are set in small capitals

Accessions Anthropology, 71, 74, 156, 402, 73 Geology and Paleontology, 156, 51 Herpetology, 248 Invertebrate Zodlogy, 153, 246 Library, 71, 247, 403, 406 Mineralogy, 71, 154, 248, 728 Ornithology, 246 Agassiz, Louis, 246 : Agriculture, report of Secretary of, 732 AKELEY, Mrs. Caru E., Notes on Monkeys, 671-83 Akeley, Mrs. Carl E., 516 Akeley, Carl E., 70, 242, 619, 683 ALLEN, ARTHUR A., Photography and Ornithol- ogy, 101-9; Review of Vhe Distribution of Bird-Life in Colombia, 485-98 ALLEN, J. A., The Laysan Seal, 399-400 Allen, J. A., 473, 477, 621 Alligator mississippiensis, 449; Tertiary, 505-6 Alosa ohiensis, 503 American: Anthropological Association, 72 American Association for the Advancement of Science, 153, 246 American Association of Museums, 315 American Ethnological Society, 242 American Folk-Lore Society, 72 American Forestry Association, 731 American Game Protective Association, 241 American Geographical Society, 403 American Indian Magazine, 729 American Indian, The, 72; review, 646—61, 729 American Mineralogist, 732 American Museum Building Folder Series, 407 American Museum War Relief Association, 315; war orphans, 727 American Museum’s Work with the Blind, note on the, 572-79 American Ornithologists’ Union, 473—83, 510 American Scenic and Historic Preservation So- ciety, 152, 251, 727 American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetolo- gists, 621 Ancient Peruvian Textile Designs, 622 ANDREWS, Roy CHAPMAN, China’s Ancient Monu- ments, 251-62; The Blue Tiger, 373—80 Andrews, Roy Chapman, 63, 65, 70, 152, 154, 314, 512, 621, 727 Andrews, Yvette Borup, 373 Animal coloration, 211-18 Anteater, silky, 70 Anthony, H. E., 510, 512 Antivivisectionists and the Red Cross, The, 219—25 Ants, Biting Powers of, 141-47 Aphelops, 731 Aranea trifolium, 74 Arctic. eastern, 177—92 Arnold, W. W., 514 Asiatic, Zoodlogical Expedition, 63, 314; Institute, 51

African

«0 Atlapetes flaviceps, opp. p. 498 Audubon, Mary Eliza, 246 Audubon Societies, National Association of, 62

BaAILey, ALFRED M., The Monk Seal of the South- ern Pacific, 396—99

Bailey, Florence Merriam, 477, 481

Batuey, L. H., A Point of View on China, 263— 68; The Demand for Cheap Food, 612-16

Baird, Spencer F., 473, 476

Balistes vetula, 316

Barbados, 461

Barber, H. G., 516

Barbour, Thomas, 406, 621

Bastille Day, 509

Baynes, Ernest Harold, 572

Beach, Chester, 315

Beach, Rex, 138

Beck, Rouuo H., Narrative of a Bird Quest in the Vicinity of Cape Horn, 5-16, 111-19; Scenes from the Vicinity of Cape Horn, 17—24

BEEBE, C. WILLIAM, Islands, 453-62

Beebe, C. William, 70, 214, 404

Begouen, Count, 731

Beller & Co., A., 293, 295, 296

Benett, H. N., 316

Benjamin, Marcus, 304

Bent, A. C., 280, 283

Bequaert, J., 621

BERKEY, CHARLES P., On the American Fuel Famine, 89-93; Charles Richard Van Hise, 1857-1918, 705-6

Berkey, Charles P., 730

Bickmore, Albert $., 4038

Billings, Frank, 31

Biographical Sketch of the Late L. P. 3802—4

Bird, day, 316; habitat groups, 314; life of South Georgia, 463—72; photography, 101—9

Birds, African hornbill, 271—77, 314; eggs of bay- breasted warbler, 483; game farming, 55-62; heath hen, 279-85; hospital for, 514; in falconry, 156; in France, 156; mountain parrakeet, opp. p. 498; new game law, 516; of Cape Horn, 5-24; on the battle front, 515; prairie chicken, 279; ptarmigan, 213; Royal Society for Protection of, 156; south- ern Pacific, 396

Biting Powers of Ants, The, 141—47

Blaschke, Frederick, 73

Blind, The American Museum’s work with, 572—79

Blue Tiger, The, 373—80

Bonwit Teller & Co., 287, 290-1

3oyle, Howarth, 498, 510

Brewster-Sanford Expedition, The, 4, 17

Bridgman, Herbert L., 402

British and Latin American Trade Gazette, 622

British Educational Mission, 618; Museum, 728

Brooklyn Museum, 728

BROWN, BARNUM, Samuel Wendell (1852-1918), 611

Brown, Barnum, 313

Burroughs, John, 316, 325

Burroughs’ Nature Club, 316

Caldwell, Harry R., 153, 373

California Academy of Sciences, 244; sea lions of, 227-37

Campbell, W. W., 510

Canadian Rockies, exhibition of paintings, 314; Pacific Railway, 314

Cape Horn, narrative of a bird quest in the vie¢in- ity of, 5-24, 111-19

Carnegie Institution, 515

Carpenter, William H., 620

Castor bean, 624

Catocala, 730

Ceratogymna atrata, 274

Chalcedony figurine, 728

Chamberlain, George, 672

CHAPIN, JAMES P. and Hm®RBERT LANG, Nesting Habits of the African Hornbill, 271—77

Chapin, James P., 510

Chapman, Frank M., 510, 513

Charcot, Jean B., 402

Check List of North American Amphibians and Reptiles, 406

CHERRIE, GEORGE K., A Naturalist’s Notes on a Trip up the Orinoco, 383-388

Cherrie, George K., 70, 248, 325, 498

Child-life Among the Smith Sound Eskimos, 361-71

China, A Point of View on, 263-68

China’s Ancient Monuments, 251-62; regarding preservation of, 152

Choate, Joseph H., 509, 579

Clark, H. Thoburn, 515

Coal Situation in the United States, The, 95—100

COCKERELL, T. D. A., The Story of the Red Sun- flower, 39-47; On the Planting of a Class Tree, 238-39

Coles, Russell J., 71, 154

Combe, Louisa, 401

Commercial Museum of Philadelphia, 248

Common Sense and Animal Coloration, 211—18

“Competition of the Centuries,’ 299-301

Congo, Expedition, 154, 271, 527; lizards, 73

Conklin, Edwin G., 405

Connolly, Charles A., 510, 727

Costume, modern, and museum documents, 286—97

COULTER, JOHN M., ‘‘Photosynthesis,” or Sugar and Starch Manufacture, 426—28

CRAWFORD, M. D. ©., Museum Documents and Modern Costume, 286—97

Crawford, M. D. ©., 151

Crocker Land Expedition, 151, 161-92, 245, 360-61

Crocodile, Florida, 447—52

CuRTIS, WINTERTON OC., Research 553-64

Cyclopes didactylus, 70

Danish Arctie Station at Godhavn, The, 581-99 Davenport, Charles B., 405

Gratacap,

Williston

278, 314, 404, 485-498,

resolution

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Davis, Leonard M., 314

Davis, William T., 304

DEAN, BasSHFORD, Charles Rochester Eastman, 506-7

Dean, Bashiord, 152, 154, 621, 624

Decorative Textiles, 729

Delano. Warren, 512

de la Torre, Carlos, 313

Demand for Cheap Food, The, 612-16

Democracy and Science, 125

Design from museum documents, 287—96; shell, 299, 301; textile exhibit, 74

Devilfish, 71

deVries. Hugo, 406

Dickerson. M. C., Second Thule Expedition un- der Rasmussen, 390-3

Dickerson. M. C., 247

Dimock, A. W., The Florida Crocodile, 447—52

Dimock, Julian A., 447

Disease, antiquity of, 730

“Distribution of Bird-Life in Colombia, The,” re- view. 485-98

Diving helmet in submarine biological work, 135-38

Douglas, James, 509

Dreyfuss, Ludwig, 401

Dugmore, A. Radclyffe, 402

Dunn, W. S., 135

Dutcher, William, 477, 479, 481

Dwight, Jonathan, 477

Earthquake. Guatemala, 201—10

Eastman, Charles Rochester (1868-1918), 506-7, 151

Education Act of England, 732

Exsiaw, W. Eumer, The Danish Arctic Station at Godhavn, 581—99

Ekblaw. W. Elmer, 151

Elliot, Daniel Giraud, bust of, 315; medal, 404

Elliot, Margaret Henderson, 315, 404

Emmons. George T., 315

Ernest W. Smith: In Memoriam, 139

Erythrocebus whitei, 73

Eskimos, food supply of, 161-76; Child-life Among the Smith Sound, 361—71

Evermann, Barton W., 503, 621, 730

Expeditions, Brewsiter-Sanford, 4, 17; Canadian Arctic, 600; Chapman, 493; Congo, 73, 271, 527: Crocker Land, 163, 177, 360; Katmai, 514: Bighorn Bad Lands, 389; Roosevelt, 388: Second Asiatic Zodlogical, 727; Second Thule, 390-95; South Georgia, 463

Fabbri, Alessandro, 151

Famous Ivory Treasures of a Negro King, 527—52

Faunal Naturalist in South America, A, 663—69

Favorite Food Fishes, 66—9

Ferns oi Tropical Florida, 127—34

Field, George W., 279

Field Museum of Natural History, 728

Fisher, G. Clyde, 572

Fisher, W. K., 730

Fishes. Arctic. 245: food, 66-69, 248; groups, 731; priest, 248: tropical, 79-88; West Indian, 316

Fishes of the Vicinity of New York City, 731

Florida, crocodile, 447—52: reptile group. 247

Fontainebleau, tree of Saint Louis in forest of, 305-7

Food, Conservation Exhibit, 623; demand for cheap, 612—16: fishes. 66-69: Indian corn as a world food, 25-29: supply of the Smith Sound Eskimos, 161—76: supply of our Al- lies, 629-35; whale, 152, 408

ForBUsH, EpwIN Howe, The Heath Hen of Mar- tha’s Vineyard, 279-85

Forest, engineers in France, American, 413-25; forest fires in Minnesota, 720; service, loan for fire-fighting, 509

Forestry, lantern slides of, 623

Fortunate Collector, A, 389

Possil, Moropus, 120-23; quarry at Agate, 731

Fowler, Henry W., 621

French Scholars. Mission of the, 620

Fuel Famine, on the American, 89—93

Fuertes, Louis Agassiz, 495, 498, 572

Further Discoveries at the Aztec Ruin, 603-10

Galion Society, The, 405

Game Farming for Pleasure or Profit, 55—62 Gaudry Medal. 314

General Guide to the Exhibition Halls, 314 Geological Society of America, 154; of France, 314 Glochidium, 558—60

Goddard. P. E.. 72, 245, 309, 357

Godhavn, Danish Arctie Station at, 581-99 Gorst, Charles Crawford, 572

Grallaria milleri, opp. p. 498; alleni, opp. p. 498

Granger, Walter, 620

Grant, Madison, 405

GrRaTAcAP, L. P., “‘Competition of the Centuries,” 299-301

Gratacap, L. P., 69, 151, 153, 246, 302—4

GRAVES, Henry S., Our American Forest Engi- neers in France, 413-25

Gregory, W. K., 195, 405, 621, 731

Grinnell, George Bird, 157

Ground sloth. Cuban, 313

Groups. African hall, 242; fish, 153; Florida reptile, 247; bird, 314; hornbill, 314; red monkey, 73; tide pool, 246

Guatemala earthquake, The, 201-10

GupGER, E. W., On the Use of the Diving Helmet in Submarine Biological Work, 135-38

Guggenheim, Harry F., 618

Haeberlin, Herman K., 71, 242, 359

Hale, William Henry, 314

Hapalopsittaca fuertesi, opp. p. 498

Harriman, Mrs. E. H., 405

Haunts and Habits of Tropical Fishes, 79-88

Haiiy, Abbé Réné Just, 246

Havana Academy of Sciences, 313

Havasupai of Cataract Cafion, The, 637—45

Haven, George G., 69

Heath Hen of Martha's Vineyard, The, 279—85

Heller, Edmund, 325, 379, 512

Heredity, Environment, and Civilization, 351—59

Hidden Wealth in British Guiana, 499-502

Hildburgh, W. L., 74

Hodge, F. W., 245

Hoffmire, John M., 71, 156

HouMEs, WALTER G., “How Shall I Learn to Teach the Blinded Soldiers,’ 565-71

Hornaday, William T., 241, 447

Hovey, EpMunpD Orrs, Child-Life Among the Smith Sound Eskimos, 361-71

Hovey, Edmund Otis, 154, 391

Howes, P. G.. 498

“How Shall I Learn to Teach the Blinded Sol- diers,” 565-71

Hrdlitka, Ale&, 152

Huerfano Basin, explorations of, 620

Hull, Thomas G., 70

Huntington, Archer M., 242

Huntington. George §S., 405

Hyde, Ba7t Bs 512

Hyman, Julius, 304

Indian Corn as a World Food, 25-29

Indians, Aztec, 242, 603-610; Cuna, 669; Da- kota, 315: Havasupai, 637-45; Maskapi, 176; North American, 352—58; Picuris, 309— 11; Quichua, 668; Sioux, 729; Tlingit, 70; Yahgan, 113; Yungas, 666; Zuni, 621

Insects and Disease, 623

Insects, quick key to a knowledge of common, 381-2

In the Wilds of South America, 664

Islands, 453-62

Ivory treasures of a Negro king, famous, 527—52

JENKS, ALBERT ERNEST, Review of Wissler’s The American Indian; 646—61

Jesup, Morris K., 241

Jos, Herpert K., Game Farming for Pleasure or Profit, 55—62

Johnson, Robert Underwood, 622

JORDAN. Dayip Starr, Democracy and Science, 125

Jordan, David Starr, 124, 248

Journal of Physical Anthropology, 152

Katmai. expedition, 514: national monument, 620

KEEN, W. W., The Red Cross and the Antivivisec- tionists, 219-25

Kelby, Robert Hendry, 403

Keller, Helen, 569

Kellogg, C. R., 69

Kelly, Albert J., 510

Kitching, Mrs. Frank W., 403

Klassen, Stephen. 515

Knight, Charles R., 195

Kok, A., 314

Krorser, A. L., Heredity, Environment, and Civi- lization, 351-59

Kroeber, A. L., 72, 74, 153

Ktnz, GEORGE FREDERICK, Biographical Sketch of the Late L. P. Gratacap, 302—4; Platinum Situation in the United States, 617-18

Kunz, George Frederick, 151, 153, 246, 528, 551, 732

INDEX OF VOLUME XVIII IIL

Lang, Charles, 122

LANG, HERBERT, Famous Ivory Treasures of a Negro King, 527-52 /

LANG, HERBERT and JAMES P. CHAPIN, Nesting Habits of the African Hornbill, 271—77

Lang, Herbert, 315, 621

Lanier, Charles, 728

Last Dance of the Picuris, 309-12

LAVARRE, WILLIAM J., JR., Hidden Wealth in British Guiana, 499—502

Laysan Seal, The, 399-400

League of Free Nations, A, 521—26

Lectures, American Museum scientific staff, 314; Hale, 314

Leeuwenhoek, Antony van, 555-61

Le Figaro, 731

Leipziger, Henry M., 247

Leng, Charles W., 151, 246

Liberty Loan, third, 403

Life preservers, experiments with, 620

Lignum nephriticum, 48-54

LILLIE, FRANK R., The Origin and Evolution of Life, review, 193-99

Linnean Society of London. 407

Lizards of the Congo Expedition, 73

Lloyd, J. T., 495

LonGuey, W. H., Haunts and Habits of Tropical Fishes, 79-88

Longley, W. H., 135, 151, 212

Loomis, F. B., 506

Lowie, Robert H., 74, 358

Lucas, F. A., Giant Mammals of the Sea, 63-65; Ernest W. Smith: In Memoriam, 139

Lucas, F. A., 152, 314, 324

IwuskK, GRAHAM, The Food Supply of Our Allies, 629-35

Lutz, F. E.,

McATEE, W. 141-47 McCormick, Frederick, 251 McGregor, J. Howard, 151, 152, 405 Mackenzie, George M., 248 McLean, George P., 57 B., Food Supply

70, 381, 401, 623 L., The Biting Powers of Ants,

MacMILLAN, DONALD of the Smith Sound Eskimos, 161—76; Scenes from the Eastern Arctic, 177—92

MacMillan, Donald B., 361

MacMullen, Charles W., 71

Manta, 71

Marsh, Professor, 452

Martinique, 458

Massachusetts Commission on Fisheries and Game, 280-282

Matausch, Ignaz, 246

Mathey, Alphonse, 152

Matilda Ziegler Magazine, The, 566—70

MarTruHew, W. D., The Mounted Skeleton of Moropus in the American Museum, 121—23; Skeletons of the Cuban Ground Sloth in the Havana and American Museums, 313; A For- tunate Collector, 389; A Tertiary Alligator, 505-6

Matthew, W. D., 70

Mayer, Alfred G., 135

“ates Edward L., 287, 289, 290, 292, 295, 296,

7

Mead, Charles W., 71

Mearns, Edgar A., 325

Megalocnus, 313

Members, 69, 151, 241, 313, 401, 508, 618, 726

Mendel, Gregor, 556-63

Men of the Old Stone Age, 511

Merriam, C. Hart, 325

Merriam, John C., 405

Meserole, Harriet, 286

Metropolitan Museum of Art, 624

Meyer, Max, 29

Middleton, Stanley G., 403

Miller, Leo E., 156, 325, 403, 495, 498, 510, 515, 663-69

Miller, W. F., 135

Mills, W. T., 511

Miner, Roy W., 246, 621, 731

Minerals That Are Helping to Win the War, 507-8

Mission, British, 618; French, 620

Mitchell, S. A., 727

Monkeys, notes on African, 671—83

Monk Seal of the Southern Pacific, The, 396—9

Monuments, China, 251-62

Mook, C. C., 70

Moore, Barrington, 70, 152, 415, 513

Morgan, J. P., 151, 154, 728

Morey, SyLvANUS GRISWOLD, The Guatemala Earthquake, 201-10

Morris, EArt H., Further Discoveries at the Aztec Ruin, 603-10

Morris, Earl H., 242, 351, 512, 621

Moscrip, Frances E., 622

Mounted Skeleton of Moropus in the American Museum, The, 121—23

Mueller, Herman, 246

Mural Painting, A New Type of, 149

Murpuy, ROBERT CUSHMAN, Photographs and Original Data of Bird Life of South Geor- gia, 463-72

Murphy, Robert Cushman, 70, 316

MUvuRRILL, WILLIAM A., The Tree of Saint Louis in the Forest of Fontainebleau, 305—7

Museo Nacional of Costa Rica, 248

Museu Nacional, 316

Museum Documents and Modern Costume, 286-97

Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, 509

Museum News Letter, 315

Museum Notes, 69—74, 151-56, 241-48, 313-16, 401-8, 508-16, 618-24, 726-32

Museum of the American Indian, 245

Mussel, fresh-water, 558-61

Mulagaulus, 731

My Life as a Naturalist, 321—50

Myomorphus, 313

Naiades, 73

Narrative of a Bird Quest in the Vicinity of Cape Horn, 5—16, 111-19

Narrative of a Cruise to Lake Okeechobee, 685-700

National Academy of Sciences, 270, 314; Asso- ciation of Audubon Societies, 408

Naturalist’s Notes on a Trip up the Orinoco, A, 383-88

Nature’s Magic, 48-54

Nelson, N. ©., 72, 242, 351, 355, 621

Nesting Habits of the African Hornbill, 271—77

New England tide pool group, 246

New Type of Mural Painting, 149

New York Academy of Sciences, 70, 153, 242, 246, 269, 315, 351, 355, 357, 404, 727; Aqua- rium, 155, 620; Botanical Garden, 316; Mineralogical Club, 151, 153, 246; Zodlogical Park, 70, 241; Zodlogical Society, 135, 404

Nicaragua Expedition, 155, 156

NICHOLS, JOHN T., Favorite Food Fishes, 66—69

Nichols, John T., 621, 731

Nichols, Hobart, 247

Noble, G. K., 155, 623

Notes on African Monkeys, 671-83

O’Connell, G., 498

Odell, Benjamin B., 304

Okeechobee, Narrative of a Cruise to Lake, 685— 700

Olds, Ruth Reeves, 286

Olsen, Chris E., 246

Olsen, George, 620

On the American Fuel Famine, 89-93

On the Planting of a Class Tree, 238-39

On the Use of the Diving Helmet in Submarine Biological Work, 135-38

Operti, Albert, 73

Origin and Evolution of Life, The, review, 193-99

Orinoco, a naturalist’s notes on a trip up the, 383-8

Ornithology and Photography, 101—9

Osborn, Fred, 326

Osborn, Henry Fairfield, 152, 193, 251, 313, 314, 322, 326, 390, 403, 404, 405, 509, 511, 527, 528. 619, 620, 726, 728

Osborn, Mrs. Henry Fairfield, 315

Our American Forest Engineers in France, 413-— 25

PALMER, T. S., The American Ornithologists’ Union, 473-83

PANCOAST, CHALMERS LOWELL, Last Dance of the Picuris, 309-11

Parsons, Mrs. Elsie Clews, 154

Peale, Titian Ramsay, 71, 156

Pearson, T. Gilbert, 408

Peary, Admiral Robert E., 152, 176, 572

Peary Arctic Club, 403

Pension board of the American Museum, report of, 248

Peters, William B., 73

Piers, Harry, 72

Pietro, C. S., 619

Pindar, George N., 248, 510

Pheasants, painting of, 246

Photography and Ornithology, 101-9

“Photosynthesis,” or Sugar and Starch Manufac- ture, 426-28

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Plans for the Second Thule Expedition to North Greenland, 393-5

Platinum Situation in the United The, 617-18

Poey Society, 313

Point of View on China, A, 263-68

Porsild, Morten P., 581-9

Position of Science in the Present War, 269—70

Pratt, Albert Houghton, 618

Prior, Sylverna, 286

Prudden, T. Mitchell, 74

Public Health Problems in Russia, 31—37

Pupin, M. I., Position of Science in the Present War, 269-70

Pyne, M. Taylor, 405

Quick Key to a Knowledge of Common Insects, 381-2

Racial Types in the Population of the United States, 429-46

Rainey, Paul J., 512

Rainsford, William 8., 73

RASMUSSEN, KNupb, Plans for the Second Thule Expedition to North Greenland, 393—5

Rasmussen, Knud, 390, 512

Raven, H. C., 731

Ravenel, William deC., 620

Red Cross, 315; American Museum Christmas Roll Call, 726; American Museum contribu- tion to, 407; and the antivivisectionists, 219— 25; Mission to Russia, 31

Reighard, J. E., 212

Research in Science, 553—64

Richardson, Jenness, 73

Richardson, W. B., 495, 498

Ricketts, L. D., 248

Ring, T. M., 498

Romaine, Charles L., 71

Rondon, Mariano da Silva, 403

Roosevelt, Kermit, 325, 350, 388

ROOSEVELT, THEODORE, Common Sense and Ani- mal Coloration, 211-18; My Life as a Naturalist, 321-50; A Faunal Naturalist in South America, 663—69

Roosevelt, Theodore, 403, 405

Royal, Irish Academy, 403; Straits branch of the, 71

Royal Society of London, 728

Russia, public health problems in, 31—37

Ryther, Martha, 622

States,

Asiatic Society,

SAFFORD, WILLIAM E., Nature’s Magic, 48—54

Sage, John H., 477, 478

Sage, Mrs. Russell, 478, 726

Sanger, Ralph, 511

Sargent, Charles Sprague, 241

Savage, M. F., 403

Schmidt, Karl P., 74, 316, 621

Schroth, Chris, 510, 727

Science, position of, in the present war, 269—70; research in, 553-64

Scientific Monthly, 730

Sea Lions of California, The, 227-37, 244; Stel- ler’s, 244

Seal, monk, of southern Pacific, 396-99; Laysan, 399-400

Sea otter spear, 315 Second Thule Expedition under Rasmussen, 390—

93

Seton, Ernest Thompson, 572

Shad, a new edible, 503-4; Ohio, 503

Shell fire, effect on human ear, 315

Shimotori, Show, 246

Skeletons of the Cuban Ground Sloth in the Ha- vana and American Museums, 313

Skiff, Wi. Vi, «28

SMALL, JOHN KUNKEL, Ferns of Tropical Florida, 127-34; Narrative of a Cruise to Lake Okee- chobee, 685—700

Smith, Ernest W., 139, 247

Smith Sound, Eskimos of, 161—76

Snethlage, Emilia, 477

Solar Eclipse, 510

Somme battle fields, 402

Spider webs, 74

Sepa, TASLaE, The Havasupai of Cataract Canon,

—4

Spier, Leslie, 70, 515, 621

Spinden, Herbert J., 315, 403

St. Kitts, 456

St. Lucia, 459

St. Thomas, 453

STARKS, EpwiN CHAPIN, The Sea Lions of Cali- fornia, 227-37

State Game Preserve and Sanctuary, 62

Stefansson Returned After Four Years of Arctic Exploration, 600-1

Stein, William, 389

Stejneger, Leonhard, 406, 621

Stoll, Frederick H., 139, 247

Stone, Witmer, 514

Story of the Red Sunflower, The, 39-47

Strader, Augustus R., 69

STRINGHAM, EMERSON, A New Edible 503—4

SuLLIvAN, L. R., Racial Types in the Population of the United States, 429-46

Sullivan, L. R., 405, 516

Sunflower, the story of the red, 39-47

Shad,

Tales from Birdland, 408

Taylor, Will S., 148, 149, 150

Tertiary Alligator, A, 505—6

Textile Exposition, Sixth National, 407

Thevenin, Armand, 514

THOMAS, ANN E., Note on the American Museum’s Work with the Blind, 572

Thomson, Albert, 122, 731

Thorndike, Edward L., 405

Thrushes, ant, opp. p. 498

Thule Expedition, Second, 390-3; Plans for, 393—5

Tiger, the blue, 373—80

Townsend, Charles H., 155, 620

Treadwell, A. L., 151

Tree, Liberty, 406; Planting of a Class, 238-39; of Saint Louis, 305—7

Trees, grove of fruit, 727

Tropical Research Station, 70

Trustees, meeting, 618

Turner, Jesse Franklin, 290

United States Bureau of Fisheries, 68, 73, 74, 245; Public Health Service, 516; Shipping Board, 511

Valeur, E. J.. 732

VAN Hisk, CHARLES R., The Coal Situation in the United States, 95-100; A League of Free Nations, 521—26

Van Hise, Charles R., 623, 730

Virgin Islands, 729

Vivisection and the War, 219-25

Walker, J. R., 316

Walls, Mary, 290

Wanamaker, John, 292, 293, 294

War, American Museum Service Roll, 510; and science, 730; blinded soldiers, 565-71; hos- pitality room, 727; hospital wards, 406; In- surance, Bureau of, 509; Italian relief fund, 622: minerals that are helping to win the, 507-8; position of science in present, 269— 70; Relief Association, 623; research, 516; weapons and armor, 624

War Time Diet, bulletin, 247

Water supply of New York City, 72

Wells, H. F., 506

Whale Hunting with Gun and Camera, review, 63—65

Whale meat luncheon, 152; as food, 408