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written by Reinhold Niebuhr, 1892-1971, in Reinhold Niebuhr Papers, 1907-1990, of United States. Library of Congress. Manuscript Division (District of Columbia) (1950) , 2 page(s)
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written by Reinhold Niebuhr, 1892-1971, in Reinhold Niebuhr Papers, 1907-1990, of United States. Library of Congress. Manuscript Division (District of Columbia) (1956) , 37 page(s)
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written by Reinhold Niebuhr, 1892-1971, in Reinhold Niebuhr Papers, 1907-1990, of United States. Library of Congress. Manuscript Division (District of Columbia) (1956) , 31 page(s)
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written by Reinhold Niebuhr, 1892-1971, in Reinhold Niebuhr Papers, 1907-1990, of United States. Library of Congress. Manuscript Division (District of Columbia) (1956) , 36 page(s)
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written by Reinhold Niebuhr, 1892-1971, in Reinhold Niebuhr Papers, 1907-1990, of United States. Library of Congress. Manuscript Division (District of Columbia) , 4 page(s)
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written by Reinhold Niebuhr, 1892-1971, in Reinhold Niebuhr Papers, 1907-1990, of United States. Library of Congress. Manuscript Division (District of Columbia) (21 August 1922) , 5 page(s)
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written by Reinhold Niebuhr, 1892-1971, in Reinhold Niebuhr Papers, 1907-1990, of United States. Library of Congress. Manuscript Division (District of Columbia) , 1 page(s)
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Analysis of Inter-Tribal Marriages, undated
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in Margaret Mead Papers and South Pacific Ethnographic Archives, 1838-1996, of United States. Library of Congress. Manuscript Division (N120: Omaha Indians, Folder 6: Mead and Fortune field trip, 1930. Postfield materials M. Mead. Basic work-up of raw materials) (District of Columbia) (1931) , 9 page(s)
Nine pages contain hand-written notes on marriages of Omaha Indians with members of other tribes, including mention of people of mixed blood, whether they live on or off the reservation, and pages of calculations. The last page contains a list of towns throughout the Midwest and West with associated institutions,...
in Margaret Mead Papers and South Pacific Ethnographic Archives, 1838-1996, of United States. Library of Congress. Manuscript Division (N120: Omaha Indians, Folder 6: Mead and Fortune field trip, 1930. Postfield materials M. Mead. Basic work-up of raw materials) (District of Columbia) (1931) , 9 page(s)
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Analysis of Verbs
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in Margaret Mead Papers and South Pacific Ethnographic Archives, 1838-1996, of United States. Library of Congress. Manuscript Division (N96: Papua New Guinea, Folder 5: New Guinea. Arapesh, Mundugumor, and Tchambuli. Mead and Fortune field trip, 1931-33. Field data. Arapesh Notes Linguistic #1) (District of Columbia) (1931) , 41 page(s)
Handwritten notes titled 'Analysis of Verbs' with a notation that reads 'imperfectly duplicating Reo's but kept for emergencies and because it may have some different examples in J.' Following are lists of verbs, transitive and intransitive forms, prefixing and suffixing, active, plural, etc. Mostly in an indigeno...
in Margaret Mead Papers and South Pacific Ethnographic Archives, 1838-1996, of United States. Library of Congress. Manuscript Division (N96: Papua New Guinea, Folder 5: New Guinea. Arapesh, Mundugumor, and Tchambuli. Mead and Fortune field trip, 1931-33. Field data. Arapesh Notes Linguistic #1) (District of Columbia) (1931) , 41 page(s)
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Analysis of Why Some Small Families of Means are Left to Themselves
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in Margaret Mead Papers and South Pacific Ethnographic Archives, 1838-1996, of United States. Library of Congress. Manuscript Division (N120: Omaha Indians, Folder 6: Mead and Fortune field trip, 1930. Postfield materials M. Mead. Basic work-up of raw materials) (District of Columbia) (1931) , 3 page(s)
Three typed pages give the reasons offered why people on the Omaha Indian Reservation don't mingle with certain wealthier families. Frequently noted are association with or attempts to live like white people or Christians.
in Margaret Mead Papers and South Pacific Ethnographic Archives, 1838-1996, of United States. Library of Congress. Manuscript Division (N120: Omaha Indians, Folder 6: Mead and Fortune field trip, 1930. Postfield materials M. Mead. Basic work-up of raw materials) (District of Columbia) (1931) , 3 page(s)
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