On an Ancient Human Footprint from Nicaragua

D. G. Brinton
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society
Vol. 24, No. 126 (Jul. - Dec., 1887), pp. 437-444
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/983095
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    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Letter of Dr. Flint, dated Jan. 7, 1884
    • American Antiquarian, March, 1884
    • 17th Report of the Peabody Museum for 1884, page 356
    • 18th Report of the same, 1885, page 414
    • Proceedings of the American Antiquarian So- ciety, 1884, p. 92
    • American Antiquarian, May, 1885
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Pablo Levy, Notas sobre la Republica de Nicaragua, pp. 83, 84 (Paris, 1873)
    • A. Schiffman, Una Idea sobre la Geolojia de Nicaragua, p. 125 (31anagua, 1873)
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    R. B. White, " Notes on the Aboriginal Races of the Northwestern Provinces of South America," in the Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain, February, 1884. p. 244
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    J. Park Harrison, " On the Relative Length of the First Three Toes of the Human Foot," in the Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain, February, 1884
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    Dr. Richard Andree, on " Fussspuren," in his Ethnographische Parallelen und Ver- gleiche, s.94 (Stuttgart, 1878)