THE EXAMINATION, TREATMENT AND ANALYSIS OF A PAIR OF BOOTS FROM THE ALEUTIAN ISLANDS INCLUDING A NOTE ABOUT POSSIBLE PESTICIDE CONTAMINATION
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Ibid., p. 44.
Murie, p. 331.
Ibid., p. 332.
Turner, p. 35.
Burt, p. 56.
Hrdlicka, p. 102.
Webster, p. 217.
Nelson, p. 198.
Ray, p. 20.
Hough, p. 558.
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Clark, p. 64.
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