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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PERUVIAN EXPEDITIONS OF YALE UNIVERSITY AND THE
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY

THOMAS BARBOUR:

Reptiles Collected by Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1912. Proceedings of Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, LXV, 505-507, September, 1913. I pl.

(With G. K. NOBLE:)

Amphibians and Reptiles from Southern Peru Collected by Peruvian Expedition of 1914-1915. Proceedings of U.S. National Museum, LVIII, 609-620, 1921.

HIRAM BINGHAM:

The Ruins of Choqquequirau. American Anthropologist, XII, 505-525, October, 1910. Illus., 4 pl., map.

Across South America. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1911, xvi, 405 pp., plates, maps, plans, 8.

Preliminary Report of the Yale Peruvian Expedition. Bulletin of American Geographical Society, XLIV, 20-26, January, 1912. The Ascent of Coropuna. Harper’s Magazine, CXXIV, 489-502, March, 1912. Illus.

Vitcos, The Last Inca Capital. Proceedings of American Antiquarian Society, XXII, N.S., 135-196. April, 1912. Illus., plans. The Discovery of Pre-Historic Human Remains near Cuzco, Peru. American Journal of Science, XXXIII, No. 196, 297-305, April, 1912. Illus., maps.

A Search for the Last Inca Capital. Harper’s Magazine, CXXV, 696-705, October, 1912. Illus.

The Discovery of Machu Picchu. Ibid., CXXVI, 709-719, April, 1913. Illus.

In the Wonderland of Peru. National Geographic Magazine, XXIV, 387-573, April, 1913. Illus., maps, plans.

The Investigation of Pre-Historic Human Remains Found near Cuzco in 1911. American Journal of Science, XXXVI, No. 211, 1-2, July, 1913.

The Ruins of Espiritu Pampa, Peru. American Anthropologist, xvi, No. 2, 185-199. April-June, 1914. Illus., 1 pl., map. Along the Uncharted Pampaconas. Harper’s Magazine, CXXIX, 452-463, August, 1914. Illus., map.

The Pampaconas River. The Geographical Journal, XLIV, 211214, August, 1914. 2 pl., map.

The Story of Machu Picchu. National Geographic Magazine, XXVII 172-217, February, 1915. Illus.

Types of Machu Picchu Pottery. American Anthropologist, xvii, 257-271, April-June, 1915. Illus., 1 pl.

The Inca Peoples and Their Culture. Proceedings of Nineteenth International Congress of Americanists, Washington, D.C., pp. 253-260, December, 1915.

Further Explorations in the Land of the Incas. National Geographic Magazine, XXIX, 43I-473, May, 1916. 1 Illus., 2 maps. Evidences of Symbolism in the Land of the Incas. The Builder, II, No. 12, 36I-366, December, 1916. Illus.

(With Dr. GEORGE S. JAMIESON:)

Lake Parinacochas and the Composition of its Water. American Journal of Science, XXXIV, 12-16, July, 1912. Illus.

ISAIAH BOWMAN:

The Geologic Relations of the Cuzco Remains. American Journal of Science, XXXIII, No. 196, 306-325, April, 1912. Illus. A Buried Wall at Cuzco and its Relation to the Question of a Pre-Inca Race. Ibid., XXXIV, No. 204, 497-509, December, 1912. Illus.

The Canon of the Urubamba. Bulletin of American Geographical Society, XLIV, 881-897, December, 1912. Illus., map.

The Andes of Southern Peru. Geographical Reconnaissance Along the Seventy-third Meridian, N.Y., Henry Holt, 1916. xi, 336 pp., plates, maps, plans.

LAWRENCE BRUNER:

Results of Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1911, Orthoptera (Acridiidae-Short Horned Locusts). Proceedings of U.S. National Museum, XLIV, 177-187, 1913.

Results of Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1911, Orthoptera (Addenda to the Acridiidae). Ibid., XLV, 585-586, 1913.

A. N. CAUDELL:

Results of Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1911, Orthoptera (Exclusive of Acridiidae). Proceedings of U.S. National Museum, XLIV, 347-357, 1913

RALPH V. CHAMBERLAIN:

Results of Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1911. The Arachnida. Bulletin of Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College, Lx, No. 6, I77-299, 1916. 25 pl.

FRANK M. CHAPMAN:

The Distribution of Bird Life in the Urubamba Valley of Peru. U.S. National Museum Bulletin 117, 138 pp., 192 1. 9 pl., map.

Descriptions of Proposed New Birds from Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, and Chile. Bulletin of American Museum of Natural History, XLI, Art. v, 323-333, September, 1919.

O. F. COOK:

Quichua Names of Sweet Potatoes. Journal of Washington Academy of Sciences, VI, No. 4, 86-90. 1916.

Agriculture and Native Vegetation in Peru. Ibid., VI, No. 10, 284-293, 1916. Illus.

Staircase Farms of the Ancients. National Geographic Magazine, XXIX, 474-534, May, 1916. Illus.

Foot-Plow Agriculture in Peru. Smithsonian Report for 1918, 487-491. 4 pl.

Domestication of Animals in Peru. Journal of Heredity, X, 176-181, April, 1919. Illus.

(With ALICE C. COOK:)

Polar Bear Cacti. Journal of Heredity, Washington, D.C., viii, 113-120, March, 1917. Illus.

WILLIAM H. DALL:

Some Landshells Collected by Dr. Hiram Bingham in Peru. Proceedings of U.S. National Museum, XXXVIII, 177-182, 1911. Illus.

Reports on Landshells Collected in Peru in 1911 by The Yale Expedition. Smithsonian Misc. Collections, LIX, No. 14, 12 pp., 1912.

HARRISON G. DYAR:

Results of Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1911. Lepidoptera. Proceedings of U.S. National Museum, XLV, 627-649, 1913.

GEORGE, F. EATON.

Report on the Remains of Man and Lower Animals from the Vicinity of Cuzco. American Journal of Science, XXXIII, No. 196, 325-333, April, 1912. Illus.

Vertebrate Remains in the Cuzco Gravels. Ibid., XXXVI, No. 211, 3-I4, July, 1913. Illus.

Vertebrate Fossils from Ayusbamba, Peru. Ibid., XXXVII, No. 218, 141-154, February, 1914- 3 pl.

The Collection of Osteological Material from Machu Picchu. Trans. Conn. Academy Arts and Sciences, v, 3-96, May, 1916. Illus., 39 pl., map.

WILLIAM G. ERVING, M.D.:

Medical Report of the Yale Peruvian Expedition. Yale Medical Journal, XVIII, 325-335, April, 1912. 6 pl.

ALEXANDER W. EVANS:

Hepaticae: Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1911. Trans. Conn. Academy Arts and Sciences, XVIII, 291-345, April, 1914.

HARRY B. FERRIS, M.D.:

The Indians of Cuzco and the Apurimac. Memoirs, American Anthropological Assoc., III, No. 2, 59-I48, 1916. 6o pl. Anthropological Studies on the Quichua and Machiganga Indians. Trans. Conn. Academy Arts and Sciences, XXV, I-92, April, 1921. 21 pl., map.

HARRY W. FOOTE: (With W. H. BUELL:) The Composition, Structure and Hardness of some Peruvian Bronze Axes. American Journal of Science, XXXIV, 128-132, August, 1912. 1 Illus.

HERBERT E. GREGORY:

The Gravels at Cuzco. American Journal of Science, XXXVI, No. 211, 15-29 July, 1913. Illus., map.

The La Paz Gorge. Ibid., XXXVI, 141-150, August, 1913. Illus. A Geographical Sketch of Titicaca, the Island of the Sun. Bulletin of American Geographical Society, XLV, 561-575, August,

1913. 4 pl., map. Geologic Sketch of Titicaca Island and Adjoining Areas. American Journal of Science, XXXVI, No. 213, 187-213, September, 1913. Illus., maps.

Geologic Reconnaissance of the Ayusbamba Fossil Beds. Ibid., XXXVII, No. 218, 125-140, February, 1914. Illus., map. The Rodadero; A Fault Plane of Unusual Aspect. Ibid., XXXVII, No. 220, 289-298, April, 1914. Illus.

A Geologic Reconnaissance of the Cuzco Valley. Ibid., XLI, No. 241, 1-100, January, 1916. Illus., maps.

OSGOOD HARDY:

Cuzco and Apurimac. Bulletin of American Geographical Society, XLVI, No. 7, 500-512, 1914. Illus., map.

The Indians of the Department of Cuzco. American Anthropologist, XXI, I-27, January-March, 1919. 9 pl.

GEORGE GRANT MACCURDY:

Surgery among the Ancient Peruvians. Art and Archaeology, VII, No. 9, 38I-394, December, 1918. Illus., plates.

A Remarkable Human Lower Jaw from Peru. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, v, No. I, 17-20, January-March, 1922. Plates.

SIR CLEMENTS MARKHAM:

Mr. Bingham in Vilcapampa, Geographical Journal, XXXVIII, No. 6, 590-591, December, 1911. 1 pl.

C. H. MATHEWSON:

A Metallographic Description of Some Ancient Peruvian

Bronzes from Machu Picchu. American Journal of Science, XL, No. 240, 525-602, December, 1915. Illus., plates.

P. R. MYERS:

Results of Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1911 -Addendum to the Hymenoptera-Ichneumonoidea. Proceedings of U.S. National Museum, XLVII, 361-362, 1914.

S. A. ROHWER:

Results of Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1911Hymenoptera, Superfamilies Vespoidea and Sphecoidea. Proceedings of U.S. National Museum, XLIV, 439-454, 1913.

LEONHARD STEJNEGER:

Results of Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1911. Batrachians and Reptiles. Proceedings of U.S. National Museum, XLV, 541-547, 1913.

OLDFIELD THOMAS:

Report on the Mammalia Collected by Mr. Edmund Heller during Peruvian Expedition of 1915. Proceedings of U.S. National Museum, LVIII, 217-249, 1920. 2 pl.

H. L. VIERECK:

Results of Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1911. Hymenoptera-Ichneumonoidea. Proceedings of U.S. National Museum, XLIV, 469-470, 1913.

R. S. WILLIAMS:

Peruvian Mosses. Bulletin of Torrey Botanical Club, XLIII, 323334, June, 1916. 4 pl.           

 


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