Special Collections and Archives

PAUL RADIN PAPERS

JOURNAL ARTICLES
[1909-1959]

Biographical Note/Scope and Content



Series Box Folder Folder Title
3-2 1 1 The Journal of American Folk-Lore, 22: (1909), including "Winnebago Tales,"; retold by Joseph Lamere (Winnebago), Solomon Long Tail (Winnebago); and Sam Blowsnake (Winnebago), 288-313
3-2 1 2 “The Ritual Significance of the Winnebago Medicine Dance,” retold by Wecgicega, The Journal of American Folk-Lore, 24:42: (1911): 149-208 [2 copies]
3-2 1 3 “On Ojibwa Work,” Reports from Anthropological Division, (1912): 448-506
3-2 1 4 “On Ojibwa Work,” Reports from Anthropological Division, (1913): 355-389
3-2 1 5 “Personal Reminiscences of a Winnebago Indian,” retold by Wecgicega, The Journal of American Folk-Lore, (1913): 396 pp. 6 ¼ x 10 inches [2 copies: 1 autographed]
3-2 1 6 "The Influence of the Whites on Winnebago Culture,” Proceedings of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin for 1913, 1914, 137-145
3-2 1 7 “A Sketch of the Peyote Cult of the Winnebago: A Study in Borrowing,” Journal of Religious Psychology, 1914, 22 pp.
3-2 1 8 “Religion of the North American Indians,” The Journal of American Folk-Lore, 27:106: 27:106: (1914): 335-373
3-2 1 9 “Folk-Tales from Oaxaca,” The Journal of American Folk-Lore, 28:110: (1915): 390-408 [2 copies]
3-2 1 10 “Ojibwa Myths and Tales,” The Journal of American Folk-Lore, (1915): 61-146
3-2 1 11 “A Semi-Historical Account of the War of the Winnebago and Foxes,” retold by Jasper Blowsnake, Proceeding of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin for 1913, (1915): 192-207
3-2 1 12 "Methods and Principles on the Relationship of Huave and Mixe,” American Anthropologist, 18:3: (1916): 411-421


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Series Box Folder Folder Title
3-2 1 13 "Ethnology and History,” University of California Chronicle, 22:2: (1918): 3-16
3-2 1 14 "The Relationship of Huave and Mixe,” Journal de la Societe des Americanistes, 11: (1919): 489-499
3-2 1 15 "Ojibwa Ethnological Chit-Chat,” American Anthropologist, 26: (1924): 491-530
3-2 2 1 "The Distribution and Phonetics of the Zapotec Dialects, A Preliminary Sketch,” Journal de la Societe des Americanistes, 1925, 27-76
3-2 2 2 "Ethnological Notes on the Ojibwa of Southeastern Ontario,” American Anthropologist, 30:4: (1928): 659-668 [2 copies: 1 + notes]
3-2 2 3 "History of Ethnological Theories,” American Anthropologist, 31:1: (1929): 9-33
3-2 2 4 "Huave Texts,” International Journal of American Linguistics, 1929, 56 pp. [2 copies]
3-2 2 5 "A Preliminary Sketch of the Zapotec Language,” Language, (1930): 64-85 [2 copies: 1 autographed and 1 + notes]
3-2 2 6 "The Thunderbird War Club, A Winnebago Tale [from Red Horn cycle],” The Journal of American Folk-Lore, 44: (1931):143-165 [2 copies: 1 + notes and 1 autographed]
3-2 2 7 "Mixe Texts,” Journal de la Societe des Americanistes, 25: (1933): 41-64 [2 copies: 2 autographed and 1 + notes]
3-2 2 8 "Notes on the Tlappanecan Language of Guerrero,” Internal Journal of American Linguistics, 8:1: (1933): 45-72
3-2 2 9 "Eskimo Archaeology and Somatology,” American Anthropologist, 36:2: (1934): 309-316


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Series Box Folder Folder Title
3-2 2 10 "The Method and Theory of Ethnology: An Answer to R.R. Marett’s Review,” American Anthropologist, 36:2: (1934): 315-316
3-2 2 11 "Economic Factors in Primitive Religion,” Science and Society, 1: (1937): 310-325
3-2 2 12 "The Classification of the Languages of Mexico,” Tlalocan, 1:3: (1944): 259-272 [2 copies: 2 autographed]
3-2 2 13 The Journal of American Folklore, 57: (1944), with “The Nature and Problems of Mexican Indian Mythology,” 26-36 [1 copy: autographed]
3-2 2 14 "Cuentos de Mitla,” Tlalocan, 1:1-3: (1945): 3-95 [1 copy: autographed]
3-2 2 15 "Journey of the Soul to Spiritland,” Circle, 5: (1945): 70-73
3-2 2 16 "An Annotated Bibliography of the Poems and Pamphlets of Fernandez de Lizardi (1824-1827)," American Historical Review, 26:2: (1946): 284-291 [2 copies: 2 + notes]
3-2 2 17 "Folktales of Japan as Told in California,” Journal of American Folklore, (1946): 289-308
3-2 2 18 "Japanese Ceremonies and Festivals in California,” Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, 2:2: (1946): 152-179
3-2 2 19 "Zapotec Texts: Dialect of Juchitan-Tehuano,” International Journal of American Linguistics,12:3: (1946): 152-172
3-2 2 20 "Review: The Handbook of South American Indians," Hispanic American Historical Review, 28:4: (1948): 537-540
3-2 2 21 "Winnebago Hero Cycles: A Study in Aboriginal Literature, International Journal of American Linguistics, 14:3: (1948): 1-108 [2 copies: 2 autographed]


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Series Box Folder Folder Title
3-2 2 22 "National Traits and Mythology,” The Kenyon Review, 14:2: (1952): 340-344.
3-2 2 23 "Robert H. Lowie, 1883-1957 [Lowie bibliography included],” American Anthropologist, 60:2: (1958): 358-375
3-2 2 24 "The Sacral Chief Among the American Indians,” Studies in the History of Religions, (1959): 83-97
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