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Certain Iroquois Tree Myths and Symbols

Arthur C. Parker
American Anthropologist
New Series, Vol. 14, No. 4 (Oct. - Dec., 1912), pp. 608-620
Published by: Wiley on behalf of the American Anthropological Association
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Notes and References

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    Colden, History of the Five Nations, reprint, p. 58, New York, 1866.
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    Lahontan, Voyages, vol. I, p. 42, London, 1735.
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    Connelley, W. E., Wyandot Folk Lore, Topeka, 1889.
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    Boyle, The Iroquois, in Archeological Report of Ontario for 1905, p. 147.
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    Journal of a Voyage to New York in 1679-80, by Jasper Dankers and Peter Slyter, translated in Trans. L. I. Hist. Soc., vol. I, 1867.
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    Brinton, Lenape and their Legends, p. 170, Philadelphia, 1885.
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    Lafitau, Mceurs des Sauvages Ameriquains, tome II, pl. 3, p. 43, Paris, 1724.
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    Speck, Frank G., Ethnology of the Yuchi Indians, Anthropological Papers of the University of Pennsylvania, vol. I, no. I, 1909.
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    Speck, F. G., Huron Moose Hair Embroidery, American Anthropologist, n. s., vol. 13, no. 1, p. 1
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    Hewitt, J. N. B., Iroquois Cosmology, 21st Ann. Rep. Bur. Am. Ethn., Washing- ton, 1903, part I, p. 151.
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    Speck, op. cit.