The Beginning of Mathematics

W J McGee
American Anthropologist
New Series, Vol. 1, No. 4 (Oct., 1899), pp. 646-674
Published by: Wiley on behalf of the American Anthropological Association
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • The Number Concept, by L. L. Conant, 1896, p. 27
    • The Australian Race, by E. M. Curr, 1886, vol. I, p. 32.
  • 2
    The Aborigines of Tasmania, by H. Ling Roth, 1890, p. 147.
  • 3
    Ethnological Studies among the North- West-Central Queensland Aborigines, 1897, p. 2.
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    The Australian Race, op. cit., vol. I, pp. 339, 340.
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    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Powell (On Regimentation; 15th Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology, 1893-'94, 1897, p. cxvii and elsewhere),
    • Morris (Relation of the Pentagonal Dodecahedron . . . to Shamanism; Proceed- ings of the American Philosophical Society, vol. xxxvi, 1897, pp. 179-183)
    • Cushing (ibid., p. 185 and elsewhere).
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    The Native Tribes of Central Australia, by Baldwin Spencer and F. J. Gillin, 1899, p. 55.
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    Op. cit., p. 513.
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    Lumholtz mentions a definite "idea of the Trinity" among the southeastern Australians (Among Cannibals, 1889, p. 129).
  • 2
    Ethnological Studies, by Walter E. Roth, op. cit., p. 26.
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    Arte de la Lengua Toba, por el Padre Alonso Bircena . . . con Vocabularios . . . por Samuel A. Lafone Quevedo, Biblioteca Lin- gtiistica del Museo de la Plata, tomo II, 1898, p. 41
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    The Swastika, Rep. U. S. Nat. Museum for 1894, p. 767
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    Wild Animals I have Known, by Ernest Seton Thompson, 1898, pp. 72, 83.
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    Les Polyndsiens, vol. 11, 1881, p. 314
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    The Trend of Human Progress, Am. Anthrop. (N. S.), vol. I, 1899, p. 423.
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    Ethnological Studies, op. cit., p. 2.
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    Chinese Philosophy, by Paul Carus, 1898, p. 3 et seq.
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    Through Asia, by Sven Hedin, 1899, vol. II, p. 1132.
  • 2
    Chinese Philosophy, op. cit., p. 12.