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Subseries D: Jicarilla [subseries]:
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Social Organizations
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Centennial, 1982-1987
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M.E. Opler and L. Balsam report on conditions at Jicarilla Apache reservation
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Veronica Tiller Balsam Report
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Agriculture, corn
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Alien people and their influence
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Animals and Hunting (A-E)
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Animals and Hunting (F-Z)
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Bands and place names
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Bands and place names
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Birds
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Birds
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Childhood and child training
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Childhood and child training
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Childhood and youth in Jicarilla society
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Crime and Punishment
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Custom and Etiquette
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Dances and songs
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Death, burial, afterworld
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Dreams
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Dress and decoration
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Dwellings
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Economic Life (A-G)
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Economic Life (H-Z)
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Folk beliefs
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Food and drinks
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Food and drinks
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Games
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Hunting
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Insects
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Personal correspondence
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Personal correspondence
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Modern Period
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Muscular tremor and diagnostic signs
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Musical instruments
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Myths and tales
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Myths and tales (Blue Jay Cycle pages 1-201)
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Myth and tales (Blue Jay Cycle pages 202-352)
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Myths and tales (Blue Jay Cycles pages 353-519)
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Myths and tales (Hactcin and story telling)
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Myths and tales (War tales)
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Myths and tales (Harry Hoijer-Text I)
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Myths and tales (Harry Hoijer-Text II)
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Myths and tales (Harry Hoijer-Text III)
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Myths and tales (Harry Hoijer-Text IV)
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Myths and tales (Harry Hoijer-Text V)
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Myths and tales (Harry Hoijer-translations)
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Myths and tales (Father Berard Haile-Text)
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Myths and tales (Father Berard)
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Myths and Tales (Father Berard)
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Names
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Photographs
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Photographs
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Drawings and pictures
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Plants
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Plants
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Plants and their uses
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Plants and their uses
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Plants and their uses
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Religion (holiness rite)
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Religion (September 15th Ceremony)
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Religion (girl's puberty rite)
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Religion (Shamanism)
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Religion (Shamanism)
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Religion (Shrines, etc.)
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Religion (witchcraft)
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Rocks, paints, minerals, etc.
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Sickness, etc.
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Smoking and tobacco
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Social Organization
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Social Organization (Blood relatives)
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Social Organization
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Social Organization (Blood relatives)
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Social Organization (Blood relatives and affinal relatives)
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Social Organization (Blood relatives)
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Social Organization (Marriage Arrangements)
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Social Organization (Marriage)
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Social Organization (Itsa)
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Social Organization (Marriage)
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Social Organization (Marriage)
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Social Organization (Sex Life: Courtship and love magic)
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Social Organization (Sex life, pregnancy, childbirth, twining)
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Social Organization (Sex Life: Abnormal behavior and venereal disease)
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Social Organization (tribal endogamy)
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Time, months, seasons
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War and raid
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Weapons
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Woodlore and campcraft
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Field notebooks
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Field notebooks
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Field notebooks
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Field notebooks
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Field notebooks
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Field notebooks
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Field notebooks
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Field notebooks
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Field notebooks
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Field notebooks
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Field notebooks
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Field notebooks
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Field notebooks
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Field notebooks
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Field notebooks
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Field notebooks
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Field notebooks