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Allen, Grace (1926) The families whence high intelligence springs. Eugenics Record Office Bulletin (25). p. 39.

Allen, Grace, Davenport, Charles Benedict (1926) Heredity of nasal brow. Eugenical News, 10. pp. 126-127.

Allen, Grace, Davenport, Charles Benedict (1926) A remarkable family of albinos. Eugenical News, 11. pp. 50-52.

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Banker, Howard James (March 1926) Age distribution in the grades as a measure of mentality. Journal of Educational Research, 13 (3). pp. 155-170.

Banker, Howard James (June 1929) Correlation studies of the student's ability index. Journal of Educational Research, 20 (1). pp. 31-37.

Banker, Howard James (1931) Distribution of school success in families. The Journal of Heredity, 22 (12). pp. 373-379.

Banker, Howard James (February 1925) Education and fecundity. The Journal of Heredity, 16 (2). pp. 57-59.

Banker, Howard James (November 1928) Genealogical correlations of student ability. The Journal of Heredity, 19 (11). pp. 503-508.

Banker, Howard James (1931) Mental age distribution in school progress. Journal of Educational Research, 23 (4). pp. 273-279.

Banker, Howard James (March 1927) The competitive factor in skewness. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 22. pp. 9-21.

Banker, Howard James (1923) The ideal family history. In: Scientific papers of the second International Congress of Eugenics : held at American Museum of Natural History, New York, September 22-28, 1921. Williams & Williams, Baltimore, pp. 306-311.

Banker, Howard James (1923) The learned blacksmith - an aristogenic type. In: Scientific papers of the second International Congress of Eugenics : held at American Museum of Natural History, New York, September 22-28, 1921. Williams & Williams, Baltimore, pp. 340-347.

Banker, Howard James (November 1928) The practical application of the student's ability index. Journal of Educational Research, !8 (4). pp. 282-289.

Banker, Howard James (October 1927) The significance of teachers' marks. Journal of Educational Research, 16 (3). pp. 159-171.

Banker, Howard James (May 1928) A student's ability index from teachers' marks. Journal of Educational Research, 17 (5). pp. 357-364.

Banker, Howard James (1932) The student's ability index in higher educational institutions. Journal of Educational Research, 26 (4). pp. 276-283.

Banker, Howard James (November 1923) A universal card system for family pedigrees. The Journal of Heredity, 14 (8). pp. 353-358.

Bates, Robert Wesley, Riddle, Oscar (1940) Annual variation in the crop-sac response to prolactin (Abstract). The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 140 (1). cxliii-iv.

Bates, Robert Wesley, Riddle, Oscar, Lahr, Ernest L. (June 1936) Racial variation in the crop-gland response of doves and pigeons to prolactin (Abstract). The American Journal of Physiology, 116 (1). pp. 7-8.

Bates, Robert Wesley, Riddle, Oscar, Lahr, Ernest L. (January 1935) The racial factor in the response to a hormone, prolactin (Abstract). The American Naturalist, 69 (720). pp. 55-56.

Benedict, Francis G., Steggerda, Inez D. (June 1936) The food of the present-day Maya indians of Yucatan. Discussion Paper. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C..

Blakeslee, Albert Francis (July 1935) Demonstration of differences between people in the sense of smell. The Scientific Monthly, 41 (1). pp. 72-84.

Blakeslee, Albert Francis (1930) Genetics at Storrs. In: Bulletin of the Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station: Dedication of Atwater Laboratory, June 12, 1930. Connecticut Agricultural College, Storrs, Connecticut, pp. 225-231.

Blakeslee, Albert Francis (1931) Genetics of sensory thresholds: taste for phenyl thio carbamide (abstract). Science, 74 (1928). p. 607.

Blakeslee, Albert Francis (May 1929) Honorary degrees and a suggested opportunity. Science, 69 (1796). pp. 574-576.

Blakeslee, Albert Francis (January 1942) Individuality and science. Science, 95 (2453). pp. 1-10.

Blakeslee, Albert Francis (1920) Sexuality in mucors. II. "Neutral" races. Science, 51 (1321). pp. 403-409.

Blakeslee, Albert Francis (1933) Some differences between people in taste and smell reactions. Eugenical News, 18 (3). p. 63.

Blakeslee, Albert Francis (May 1931) The genetic viewpoint. Science, 73 (1900). pp. 571-577.

Blakeslee, Albert Francis (April 1933) The work of Professor Hugo de Vries. The Scientific Monthly, 36 (4). pp. 378-380.

Blakeslee, Albert Francis, Avery, Amos G. (November 1940) A white-flowered race of Datura from aged seed which is genetically distinct from similar white races in nature (Abstract). Science, 92 (2393). p. 415.

Blakeslee, Albert Francis, Banker, Howard James (1930) Identical twins as biological controls in educational and other human problems. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 69 (6). pp. 379-384.

Blakeslee, Albert Francis, Bergner, Anna Dorothy, Avery, Amos G. (May 1936) A new method of synthesizing pure-breeding types with extra chromosomal material in Datura. The American Naturalist, 70 (728). pp. 255-257.

Blakeslee, Albert Francis, Salmon, M. R. (1931) Odor and taste blindness. Eugenical News, 16 (7). pp. 105-109.

Burks, Barbara S., Steggerda, Morris (1940) Potential marital selection in Negro college students. Sociology and Social Research, 24. pp. 433-441.

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Castle, William Ernest (April 1912) Are horns in sheep a sex-limited character? Science, 35 (902). pp. 574-575.

Cotton, Henry A. (August 1913) Some problems in the study of heredity in mental diseases. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington Eugenics Record Office, Cold Spring Harbor, NY.

Count, Earl W., Steggerda, Morris (January 1944) The comprehensive study of man. Journal of Higher Education, 15 (1). pp. 21-27.

Cummins, Harold, Millar, Ruth (1936) Finger prints in Maya indians. In: Measures of Men. Middle American Research Series, 7 . Tulane University Department of Middle American Research, New Orleans, pp. 105-126.

Cummins, Harold, Steggerda, Morris (April 1935) Finger prints in a Dutch family series. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 20 (1 and ). pp. 19-41.

Curti, Margaret Wooster, Marshall, Frances Botkin, Steggerda, Morris (October 1935) The Gesell schedules applied to one, two-, and three-year-old negro children of Jamaica, B. W. I. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 20 (2). pp. 125-156.

Curti, Margaret Wooster, Steggerda, Morris (October 1939) A preliminary report on the testing of young Maya children in Yucatan. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 28 (2). pp. 207-222.

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Davenport, Charles Benedict (January 1941) Account of my anthropometric work in institutions. American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 45 (3). pp. 343-345.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1930) Adolescent spurt in growth. The laws of life. Memorial Volume in honour of the 60th birthday of Prof. Dr. V. Ruzicka.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1930) Adolescent spurt in growth (Abstract). American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 14 (1). p. 85.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (January 1940) Analysis of variance applied to human genetics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 26 (1). pp. 1-3.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (September 1939) Analysis of variance applied to human genetics (Abstract). Science, 90 (2340). p. 406.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1932) Annual report of the Director, Department of Genetics of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C..

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1924) Annual report of the Director, Department of Genetics of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Year Book No. 23. pp. 23-51.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1928) Are there genetically based mental differences between the races? Science, 68 (1773). p. 628.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (May 1938) Bodily growth of babies during the first postnatal year. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (July 1923) Body build and its inheritance. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 9 (7). pp. 226-230.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1933) Body-build and its inheritance. Proceedings of the Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease, 14. pp. 21-27.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (February 1925) Body-build: Its development and inheritance. Eugenics Record Office Bulletin No. 24 (24). p. 42. ISSN 24

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1936) Causes of retarded and incomplete development. Carnegie Institute of Washington, pp. 208-214.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (August 1934) Child development from the standpoint of genetics. The Scientific Monthly, 39 (2). pp. 97-116.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (October 1921) Comparative social traits of various races. School and Society, 14 (356). pp. 344-348.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1926) Coordinates in anthropometry. Anthropologischer Anzeiger, 3 (2). pp. 30-32.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1928) Crime, heredity and environment. The Journal of Heredity, 19 (7). pp. 307-313.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (March 1940) Developmental curve of head height/ head length ratio and its inheritance. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 26. pp. 187-190.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (January 1929) Do races differ in mental capacity? Human Biology: An International Record of Research, 1 (1). pp. 70-89.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (April 1943) Dr. Storr's facial type of the feebleminded. American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 48 (4). pp. 339-344.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1938) Eugenics. How to Live: A Monthly Journal of Health and Hygiene, 20. Appendix 31.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1912) Eugenics and the physician. The New York Medical Journal .

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1913) Eugenics in its relations to social problems. Project Report. New York State Conference of Charities and Corrections.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1936) Eugenische forschung und ihre praftische unwendung in den Bereinigten Gtaaten. Der Crbarzt, 7 (97).

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1933) Evidences of man's ancestral history in the later development of the child. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 19 (8). pp. 783-787.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1933) Evidences of man's ancestral history in the later development of the child (Abstract). Science, 77 (2004). p. 520.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1930) Fluctuations in the rate of growth in the second decade. Davenport Collection.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (March 1938) Genetics of human inter-racial hybrids. Genetics of human inter-racial hybrids. pp. 34-36.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (September 1938) Growth lines in fossil pectens as indicators of past climates. Journal of Paleontology, 12 (5).

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1930) Hearing in children when both parents have otosclerosis. Transactions of the American Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Society.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1920) Height-weight index of build. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 3 (4). pp. 467-745.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1932) Heredity and disease. The Scientific Monthly, 34 (2). pp. 167-169.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1934) Heredity and eugenics in relation to medicine. In: The Oxford dictionary of medicine. Oxford University, pp. 501-520.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1928) Heredity and longevity. In: The Third Race Betterment Conference, Battle Creek, MI.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1923) Heredity factors in body build. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 20 (7). pp. 388-390.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (September 1920) Heredity of constitutional mental disorders. Psychological Bulletin, 17 (9). pp. 300-310.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (August 1926) Heredity of disease. JAMA: the journal of the American Medical Association, 87. pp. 664-667.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1920) Heredity of twin births. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 17. pp. 75-77.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (July 1913) Heredity, culpability, praiseworthiness, punishment and reward. Popular Science Monthly, 82 (3). pp. 33-39.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (October 1912) How did feeble-mindedness originate in the first instance? Training School Bulletin , 9 (6). pp. 87-90.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1934) How early in ontogeny do human racial characters show themselves? Zeitschrift für Morphologie und Anthropologie, 34. pp. 76-78.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (March 1926) Human development (Abstract). Eugenical News, 11 (3). p. 39.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (November 1926) Human growth curve. J Gen Physiol., 10 (2). pp. 205-216.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (April 1926) Human metamorphosis. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 9 (2). pp. 205-231.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (November 1912) Importance of heredity to the state. Quarterly, representing the Minnesota Educational, Philanthropic, Correctional, and Penal Institutions, 12 (2). pp. 23-51.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1931) Individual vs. mass studies in child growth. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 70 (4). pp. 381-389.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (May 1924) Influence of endocrines of heredity. In: American Association for the Study of the Feeble-Minded, Washington, D.C..

Davenport, Charles Benedict (March 1920) Influence of the male in the production of human twins. The American Naturalist, 54 (631). pp. 122-129.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (June 1913) Inheritance of some of the elements of hysteria. In: Chicago Medical Society.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1930) Intermarriage between races; a eugenic or dysgenic force? Discussion by Charles B. Davenport, A.Hrdlicka, L.I.Newman, M.J. Herskovits. Eugenics Review, 3 (2). pp. 58-61.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1929) Interracial tests of mental capacity. In: 9th International Congress of Psychol., Proceedings and Papers, Yale University, New Haven, CT.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1930) Light thrown by genetics on evolution and development. Scientific Monthly, 30 (4). pp. 307-314.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (January 1927) Measurement of men. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 10 (1). pp. 65-70.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1932) Mendelism in man. Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress of Genetics, 1 . Sixth International Congress of Genetics, pp. 135-140.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1912) The Nams. The Feeble-minded as country dwellers. The Survey, 27 (22). pp. 1844-1845.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (January 1925) Notes on physical anthropology of Australian aborigines and black-white hybrids. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 8 (1). pp. 73-94.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1932) On the need of checking in anthropometry. In: Scientific papers of the third International Congress of Eugenics. A Decade of Progress in Eugenics, 1932 . International Congress of Eugenics, pp. 45-46.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (June 1934) Ontogeny and phylogeny of man's appendages. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 20 (6). pp. 359-364.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (July 1940) Post-natal development of the head. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 83 (1). 1-215, with 5 plates.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (March 1941) Post-natal development of the head. The Scientific Monthly, 52 (3). pp. 197-202.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1932) Presidential address: The develoment of eugenics. In: Scientific Papers of the Third International Congress of Eugenics, 1932. International Congress of Eugenics, pp. 17-22.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1912) Proper care for the socially inadequate. Project Report. New York State Conference of Charities, Syracuse.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1928) Race crossing in Jamaica. The Scientific Monthly, 27 (3). pp. 225-238.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1930) Relation between physical and mental development. Eugenical News, 15 (6). pp. 79-81.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1936) Report on standardization committee. Technical Report. International Federation of Eugenic Organizations, London.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (October 1921) Research in eugenics. Science, 54 (1400). pp. 391-397.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1924) Review of Pearl's Medical Biometry and Statistics. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 19 (146). p. 264.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (August 1912) Review of Whetham's "Heredity and Society". Science, 36 (918). pp. 150-151.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (August 1923) Review: Eugenics, genetics and the family. Science, 58 (1495). pp. 143-144.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1928) Review: The American negro, a study in racial crossing. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 23 (163). p. 344.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (January 1926) Review: The Old Americans. Science, 63 (1619). pp. 47-48.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (November 1925) Review: The fruit of the family tree. How to Live: A Monthly Journal of Health and Hygiene, 8 (11). p. 3.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (August 1934) Science replies to Secretary Wallace's article: 'The scientist in an unscientific society'. Scientific American. p. 77.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1930) Sex linkage in man. Genetics, 15 (5). pp. 401-444.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (July 1912) Sex-limited inheritance in poultry. Journal of Experimental Zoology, 13 (1). pp. 1-18.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1930) Some criticisms of "Race Crossing in Jamaica". Science, 72 (1872). pp. 501-502.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (July 1937) Some principles of anthropometry. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 23 (1). pp. 91-99.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1912) Some social applications of modern principles of heredity. !5th International Congress on Hygiene and Demography, held at Washington, D.C., Sept. 23-28, 1912 . Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C..

Davenport, Charles Benedict (September 1929) Sono utili gli incroci di razza? In: Secondo Congresso Italiano di Genetica ed Eugenica, Rome.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (June 1913) State laws limiting marriage selection; Examined in the light of eugenics. Technical Report. Eugenics Office, Cold Spring Harbor, NY.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (August 1923) The University of Tennessee and Professor Schaeffer. Science, 58 (1492). p. 86.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (November 1935) Variation in proportions among mammals, with special reference to man. Journal of Mammalogy, 16 (4). pp. 291-296.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (November 1933) An alleged case of inheritance of acquired characters. The American Naturalist, 67 (713). pp. 549-548.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (September 1920) The best index of build. Quarterly Publications of the American Statistical Association, 17 (132). pp. 341-344.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (January 1933) The crural index. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 17 (3). pp. 333-353.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (September 1943) The development of the head. American Journal of Orthodontics and Oral Surgery, 29 (9). pp. 541-547.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (January 1945) The dietaries of primitive peoples. American Anthropologist, 47 (1). pp. 60-82.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (May 1923) The ecology of epilepsy. II. Racial and geographic distribution of epilepsy. Archives of Neurology & Psychiatry, 9. pp. 554-566.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (September 1912) The family-history book. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington Eugenics Record Office, Cold Spring Harbor, NY.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1939) The genetical basis of resemblance in the form of the nose. Technical Report. Geburtstag Otto Reches.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1912) The geography of man in relation to eugenics. Heredity and eugenics; a course of lectures summarizing recent advances in knowledge in variation, heredity, and evolution and its relation to plant, animal and human improvement and welfare . The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (April 1937) An improved technique for measuring head features. Growth, 1 (2).

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1935) The influence of economic conditions on the mixture of races. Zeitschrift für Rassenkunde, 1 (1). pp. 17-19.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (October 1933) The inheritance of disease. To what extent and in what circumstances are cancer, tuberculosis, goiter, and syphilis inheritable? Scientific American, 149 (4). pp. 162-164.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1912) The inheritance of physical and mental traits of man and their application to eugenics. Heredity and eugenics; a course of lectures summarizing recent advances in knowledge in variation, heredity, and evolution and its relation to plant, animal and human improvement and welfare . The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (December 1920) The mean stature of American males. Quarterly Publications of the American Statistical Association, 17 (132). pp. 484-487.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1930) The mechanism of organic evolution. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 20 (14). pp. 317-331.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (June 1926) The nature of hereditary mental defect. In: American Association for the Study of Feeble Mindedness, fiftieth annual session, Toronto, Canada.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (January 1912) The origin and control of mental defectiveness. Popular Science Monthly, 80 (1). pp. 87-90.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (September 1932) The relation between pathology and heredity. Eugenical News, 17 (5). pp. 105-109.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (November 1913) A reply to Dr. Heron's strictures. Science, 38 (987). pp. 773-774.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1926) The skin colors of the races of mankind. Natural History, 26 (1). pp. 44-49.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (March 1913) A suggested classification of writings on eugenics. Science, 397 (949). p. 370.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (February 1934) The thoracic index. Human Biology: A Record of Research, 6 (1). p. 23.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (February 1912) The trait book. Eugenics Record Office Bulletin, 6. p. 52.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (April 1923) The work of the Eugenics Record Office. Eugenics Review, 15 (1). pp. 313-315.

Davenport, Charles Benedict, Allen, Grace (May 1925) Family studies on mongoloid dwarfs. American Association for the study of the feeble minded, forty-ninth annual session.

Davenport, Charles Benedict, Craytor, Laura C. (June 1923) Comparative social traits of various races, second study. The Journal of Applied Psychology, 7 (2). pp. 127-134.

Davenport, Charles Benedict, Danielson, Florence H. (1913) Heredity of skin color in negro-white crosses. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C..

Davenport, Charles Benedict, Drager, William (1936) Growth curve of infants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 22 (11). pp. 639-645.

Davenport, Charles Benedict, Hunt, Harrison R., Shull, George Harrison (1929) Laws against cousin marriages; would eugenicists alter them? Eugenics , 2 (8). p. 22.

Davenport, Charles Benedict, Love, Albert Gallatin (January 1920) Defects found in drafted men, I. The Scientific Monthly, 10 (1). pp. 5-25.

Davenport, Charles Benedict, Love, Albert Gallatin (February 1920) Defects found in drafted men, II. The Scientific Monthly, 10 (2). pp. 125-141.

Davenport, Charles Benedict, Martin, Bertha Edith (June 1923) The deviation of idiot boys from normal boys in bodily proportions. In: American Association for the Study of the Feeble Minded, forty-seventh annual session, Detroit, MI.

Davenport, Charles Benedict, Milles, Bess Lloyd, Frink, Lillian B. (1933) The genetic factor in otosclerosis. Archives of Otolaryngology, 17. 135-170, 340.

Davenport, Charles Benedict, Minogue, Blanche M. (1930) The intelligence quotient and the physical quotient: Their fluctuation and intercorrelation. Human Biology: A Record of Research, 11 (4). pp. 473-507.

Davenport, Charles Benedict, Nelson, Louise A. (November 1925) Heredity and culture as factors in body build. Public Health Reports, 40 (48). pp. 2601-2605.

Davenport, Charles Benedict, Rahn, Otto, Maver, Mary Eugenie, Chalkley, Harold William, Pace, Donald Metcalf (1939) Growth. Annual Review of Physiology, 1. pp. 81-108.

Davenport, Charles Benedict, Ritzman, Ernest George (July 1926) Some wool characters and their inheritance. Discussion Paper. New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanical Arts, Durham, N.H..

Davenport, Charles Benedict, Steggerda, Morris (1928) Nasal breadth in negro x white crossing. Eugenical News, 13 (3). pp. 36-37.

Davenport, Charles Benedict, Steggerda, Morris, Drager, William (February 1934) Critical examination of physical anthropometry on the living. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 69 (6). pp. 265-284.

Demerec, Milislav (February 1938) Hereditary effects of X-ray radiation. Radiology, 30 (2). pp. 212-220.

Demerec, Milislav (August 1935) Woods Hole summer meeting of the Genetics Society of America. The Collecting Net, 10 (9). 261, 264-5.

Demerec, Milislav (1934) The gene and its role in ontogeny. In: Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology II, Cold Spring Harbor, NY.

Detlefsen, John Adolph (1912) The fertility of hybrids in a mammalian species-cross. American Breeders Magazine, 3. pp. 261-265.

Dobzhansky, Theodosius Grigorievich, Wallace, Bruce (1954) The problem of adaptive differences in human populations. American Journal of Human Genetics, 6. pp. 199-207.

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Estabrook, Arthur Howard (1926) Blood seeking environment. Presidential address; Eugenics Research Association 1926. Eugenical News, 11 (8). p. 106.

Estabrook, Arthur Howard (1924) Education in Appalachia. The Survey . p. 238.

Estabrook, Arthur Howard (1926) Eugenical notes on the settlement of Oregon. Eugenical News, 10. p. 52.

Estabrook, Arthur Howard (1925) Geographical features of a southern mountain county in relation to the types of people inhabiting the various areas. Eugenical News, 10. pp. 106-109.

Estabrook, Arthur Howard (1928) The Merrills. Eugenics Review, 1 (3). p. 29.

Estabrook, Arthur Howard (1929) Poor relief in Kentucky. Social Service Review, 3 (2). p. 224.

Estabrook, Arthur Howard (1925) The Southern Highlands. Eugenical News, 10. pp. 5-8.

Estabrook, Arthur Howard (1924) Triple crosses in the South: Indian-negro-white. Eugenical News, 9. pp. 58-59.

Estabrook, Arthur Howard (1928) A family with birthmarks (Nevus Spilus) for five generations. Eugenical News, 13 (7). p. 90.

Estabrook, Arthur Howard (1929) The populations of the Ozarks. Mountain Life and Work, 5 (1). p. 2.

Estabrook, Arthur Howard, Davenport, Charles Benedict (August 1912) The Nam family. A study in cacogenics. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington , Cold Spring Harbor, NY.

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Goodale, Hubert Dana (March 1913) Castration in relation to the secondary sexual characters of brown leghorns. The American Naturalist, 47 (555). pp. 159-169.

Goodale, Hubert Dana, Morgan, Thomas Hunt (June 1913) Heredity of tricolor in guinea-pigs. The American Naturalist, 47 (558). pp. 321-348.

Gould, Alice (1927) The longevity of grandparents. Eugenical News, 12 (12). 166-171; 175.

Green, Charles V. (1928) Birth and death rates of the feeble minded. Eugenics Record Office Bulletin (26). p. 5.

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Harris, James Arthur (October 1913) On the calculation of intra-class and inter-class coefficients of correlation from class moments when the number of possible combinations is large. Biometrika, 9 (3 and ). pp. 446-472.

Harris, James Arthur (November 1912) A simple demonstration of the action of natural selection. Science, 36 (934). pp. 712-715.

Harris, James Arthur, Govaerts, Albert (July 1922) Note on assortative mating in man with respect to head size and head form. The American Naturalist, 56 (645). pp. 381-383.

Harris, Reginald Gordon (March 1922) Eugenics in South America. Eugenical News, 7 (3). pp. 17-42.

Harris, Reginald Gordon (September 1923) Negro art as an indication of racial development. Eugenical News, 8 (9). 82-83,85.

Harris, Reginald Gordon (January 1926) The San Blas Indians. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 9 (1). pp. 17-61.

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Kemp, Tage (1933) Inheritance of a sporadic goiter. Human Biology; An International Record of Research, 5 (3). p. 480.

Kinder, E., Steggerda, Morris (July 1936) A study of results secured through use of the Goodenough drawing scale with children of different racial groups. In: Proceedings of the Meeting of the International Federation of Eugenics Organizations, Holland.

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Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (1932) Account of the Third International Eugenics Congress and Exhibit. Eugenical News.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (1928) American history in terms of human migration. Working Paper. Government Printing Office.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (1923) Analysis of America's modern melting pot. Sixty-Seventh Congress, Third Session, Sixty- (Serial). pp. 725-831.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (April 1921) Biological aspects of immigration. House of Representatives Committee on Immigration and Naturalization,, Sixty-. pp. 3-26.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (1922) Classification standards to be followed in preparing data for the schedule "Racial and diagnostic records of inmates of state institutions". Government Printing Office, pp. 1-11.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (July 1922) Deportation systems of the several states. Eugenical News, 7 (7). pp. 88-89.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (July 1921) Dice-casting and pedigree selection. Experiments which picture mathematically close analogies between dice-casting and certain breeding phenomena. Genetics, 6 (4). pp. 384-398.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (1929) Die Entwicklung der gesetzlichen rassenhygienischen Sterilisierung in den Vereinigten Staaten. Archiv für Rassen- und Gesellschaftsbiologie, 21 (3). pp. 253-262.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (1926) Eugenical Sterilization. Historical, legal, and statistical review of eugenical sterilization in the United States. American Eugenics Society, New Haven, CT.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (March 1912) Eugenics. The Nature Study Review, 8 (3). pp. 110-113.

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Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (January 1913) The Eugenics Record Office at the end of twenty-seven months work. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington Eugenics Record Office, Cold Spring Harbor, New York.

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Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (1924) Europe as an emigrant-exporting continent and the United States as an immigrant-receiving nation. Congressional Record (Serial). pp. 1231-1437.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (1936) Further studies on the historical and legal development of eugenical sterilization in the United States. American Association on Mental Deficiency, 41. pp. 96-110.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (November 1935) How to use the specific formula of heredity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 21 (11). pp. 611-616.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (January 1921) National eugenics in Germany. Eugenics Review.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (March 1934) Racing capacity in the thoroughbred horse. Part 1: The measure of racing capacity. The Scientific Monthly, 38 (3). pp. 210-222.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (April 1934) Racing capacity in the thoroughbred horse. Part 2: The inheritance of racing capacity. The Scientific Monthly, 38 (4). pp. 310-321.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (March 1926) Report of paper by Dr. H. H. Laughlin on "Present status of eugenical sterilization". Eugenical News, 11 (3). pp. 40-41.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (July 1913) Report of the first twenty-seven months' work of the eugenics record office. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington Eugenics Record Office, Cold Spring Harbor, NY.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (1935) Researches in Pan American population history. Zeitschrift für Rassenkunde, 1 (2).

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (December 1939) Researches in eugenics and heredity. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C..

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (1913) Studies of the committee on sterilization: scope of the committee's work. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington Eugenics Record Office.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (1937) The codification and analysis of the immigration-control law of each of the several countries of Pan America as expressed by their respective (a) national constitutions, (b) statute laws, (c) international treaties, and (d) administrative regulations, as of January 1, 1936. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C..

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (February 1937) The coefficient of prediction-accuracy. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 23 (2). pp. 60-71.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (1936) The coil-spring properties of chromosomes. Their common structural, mechanical and mathematical attributes. Genetica, 18 (5/6). pp. 126-145.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (July 1923) The consequences of immigration. Eugenical News, 8 (7). pp. 69-70.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (1928) The eugenical aspects of deportation. Working Paper. Government Printing Office.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (June 1926) The eugenical sterilization of the feeble-minded. In: Proceedings of the Fiftieth Annual Session of the American Association for the Study of the Feeble-Minded, Toronto, Canada.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (August 1933) The general formula of heredity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 19 (8). pp. 787-801.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (January 1912) The inheritance of color in short horn cattle II. The American Naturalist, 46 (541). pp. 5-28.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (1930) The legal status of eugenical sterilization. Supplement to the Annual Report of the Municipal Court of Chicago for the year 1929.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (April 1927) The legalization of voluntary eugenical sterilization. Eugenics Review, 19 (1). pp. 12-18.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (November 1935) The probability-resultant. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 21 (11). pp. 601-610.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (February 1929) The progress of American eugenics. Eugenics, 2 (2).

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (April 1934) A report of the special committee on immigration and alien insane submitting a study on immigration-control. Project Report. New York Chamber of Commerce, New York.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (May 1939) A report of the special committee on immigration and naturalizing submitting a research on conquest by immigration. Project Report. New York Chamber of Commerce, New York.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (February 1922) The science and practical application of eugenics. The Journal of Heredity, 13 (2). pp. 93-96.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (July 1921) The socially inadequate: how shall we designate and sort them? American Journal of Sociology, 27 (1). pp. 54-70.

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Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (1937) The survey of the human resources of Connecticut: 1937. Project Report. State of Connecticut.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (September 1936) The trends in modern genetics. The Scientific Monthly, 43 (3). pp. 244-251.

Little, Clarence Cook (May 1922) The relation between research in human heredity and experimental genetics. The Scientific Monthly, 14 (5). pp. 401-415.

Little, Clarence Cook (1922) The second international congress of eugenics. Eugenics Review, 13 (4). p. 511.

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March, Anne W., Davenport, Charles Benedict (July 1925) The normal interval between human births. Eugenical News, 10 (7). pp. 86-88.

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Nabours, Robert K. (1930) Hybrid emergence. Eugenical News, 15 (7). p. 102.

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Riddle, Oscar (October 1938) Biology teachers begin to pull together. The American Biology Teacher, 1 (1). pp. 1-4.

Riddle, Oscar (May 1933) Book Review: Endocrinology and Eugenics. The Journal of Heredity, 24 (5). p. 179.

Riddle, Oscar (April 1938) Educational darkness and luminous research. Science, 87 (2261). pp. 375-380.

Riddle, Oscar (March 1941) Endocrine aspects of the physiology of reproduction. Annual Review of Physiology, 3. pp. 573-616.

Riddle, Oscar (1931) Factors involved in the development of sex and secondary sexual characteristics. Physiological Reviews, 11 (1). pp. 63-106.

Riddle, Oscar (July 1937) Glands and growth. Carnegie Institution of Washington News Service Bulletin, 4 (16). pp. 143-148.

Riddle, Oscar (1931) Man's control of his own development. The Scientific Monthly, 33 (6). pp. 555-558.

Riddle, Oscar (1931) New data on the relation of metabolism to sex. In: Proceedings of the Second International Congress for Sex Research, London, 1930. Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh, Great Britain.

Riddle, Oscar (1941) Preliminary impressions and facts from a questionnaire on secondary school biology. The American Biology Teacher, 3 (5). pp. 151-159.

Riddle, Oscar (1943) Should euthanasia be made lawful? I. The viewpoint of a biologist. In: Society for Medical Jurisprudence.

Riddle, Oscar (April 1941) Symposium: Desirable contributions of science in general education to the democratic way of life. Science Education, 25 (4). pp. 184-186.

Riddle, Oscar (1938) The changing organism. In: Cooperation in research/ by staff members and research associates, the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication No. 501, 501 . Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C., pp. 259-273.

Riddle, Oscar (January 1936) The confusion of tongues (continued). Science, 83 (2143). pp. 69-74.

Riddle, Oscar (January 1936) The confusion of tongues. Science, 83 (2142). pp. 41-45.

Riddle, Oscar (January 1928) The control of heredity. In: Third Race Betterment Conference.

Riddle, Oscar (May 1937) A national association of biology teachers. The Teaching Biologist , 6 (8). 3 p..

Riddle, Oscar (April 1937) The relative claims of natural science and of social studies to a core place in the secondary school curriculum. A.For natural science. Science Education, 21 (2). pp. 65-71.

Riddle, Oscar, Burns, Frances H. (1931) A conditioned emetic reflex in the pigeon. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 28 (9). pp. 979-981.

Riddle, Oscar, Charles, Donald R., Cauthen, George E. (1932) Relative growth in large and small races of pigeons. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 29 (9). pp. 1216-1220.

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Seibert, Henri Cleret, Steggerda, Morris (November 1944) Age and hair-form. Change in size and shape of Maya head-hair with age. The Journal of Heredity, 35 (11). pp. 345-347.

Seibert, Henri Cleret, Steggerda, Morris (August 1942) The size and shape of human head hair along its shaft. The Journal of Heredity, 33 (8). pp. 302-304.

Steggerda, Inez D., Steggerda, Morris, Lane, Mary Steele (1936) A racial study of palmar dermatoglyphics with special reference to the Maya indians of Yucatan. In: Measures of Men. Tulane University Department of Middle American Research, New Orleans, pp. 133-194.

Steggerda, Morris (March 1945) Anthropometry and the eruption time of teeth. Journal of the American Dental Association, 32. pp. 339-342.

Steggerda, Morris (1932) Anthropometry of adult Maya Indians: a study of their physical and physiological characteristics. Documentation. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C..

Steggerda, Morris (1941) Anthropometry of the living. Manuscript.

Steggerda, Morris (July 1944) Brief Communications: "Stone gongs" or "Ringing stones". American Anthropologist, 46 (3). p. 421.

Steggerda, Morris (July 1944) Brief Communications: Animal traps and snares used by the Maya indians of Yucatan, Mexico. American Anthropologist, 46 (2). pp. 269-272.

Steggerda, Morris (July 1944) Brief Communications: Hairdressing as practised by the Maya women of Yucatan, Mexico. American Anthropologist, 46 (3). pp. 420-421.

Steggerda, Morris (February 1932) Cephalic index among North American Indians. Eugenical News, 17 (2). p. 35.

Steggerda, Morris (November 1941) Change in hair color with age. The Journal of Heredity, 32 (11). pp. 402-403.

Steggerda, Morris (June 1944) Charles Benedict Davenport (1866-1944); The man and his contributions to physical anthropology. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2 (2). pp. 167-185.

Steggerda, Morris (November 1940) Cross sections of human hair from four racial groups. The Journal of Heredity, 31 (11). pp. 474-476.

Steggerda, Morris (1939) Diary of Martiniano Dzib of Piste, Yucatan, 1937-1939. unpublished (Bullet). p. 42. (Unpublished)

Steggerda, Morris (March 1944) Dr. Charles B. Davenport and his contributions to eugenics. Eugenical News, 29 (1). pp. 3-10.

Steggerda, Morris (1932) Facts learned from a family history study. Eugenical News, 17 (4). p. 97.

Steggerda, Morris (May 1941) Form discrimination test as given to Navajo, Negro, and white school children. Human Biology: A Record of Research, 13 (2). pp. 239-246.

Steggerda, Morris (January 1928) Hereditary Nystagmus. Eugenical News, 13 (1). p. 7.

Steggerda, Morris (1931) Lack of scholastic interest. Eugenical News, 16 (1). p. 9.

Steggerda, Morris (1938) Maize and the Maya. Carnegie Institution of Washington News Service Bulletin School Edition, 4 (26). pp. 219-224.

Steggerda, Morris (1938) The Maya Indians of Yucatan, Mexico. L'Europe Medicale. pp. 8-12.

Steggerda, Morris (1938) The Maya Indians of Yucatan. Carnegie Institution of Washington 531, 501. pp. 567-584.

Steggerda, Morris (October 1936) The McAdory art test applied to Navaho indian children. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 22 (2). pp. 283-285.

Steggerda, Morris (February 1928) Negro-white hybrids in Jamaica, B.W.I. Eugenical News, 13 (2). pp. 21-23.

Steggerda, Morris (1940) One Maya Indian's knowledge of nature. U. S. Government Printing Office, pp. 91-92.

Steggerda, Morris (1944) Physical and physiological characteristics of the Maya Indians of Yucatan, Mexico. Carnegie Institution of Washington. pp. 1-27.

Steggerda, Morris (July 1928) Physical development of negro-white hybrids in Jamaica, British West Indies. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 12 (1). pp. 121-138.

Steggerda, Morris (January 1932) Physical measurements on Dutch men and women. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 16 (3). pp. 309-337.

Steggerda, Morris (March 1940) Physical measurements on Negro, Navajo and White girls of college age. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 26 (1). pp. 417-431.

Steggerda, Morris (1940) Racial Psychometry. In: International Federation of Eugenics Organizations.

Steggerda, Morris (September 1934) Racial psychometry (Abstract). Eugenical News, 19 (5). pp. 132-133.

Steggerda, Morris (1939) Rating scale for determining some psychological characteristics and social customs of American Indians. unpublished. p. 6. (Unpublished)

Steggerda, Morris (1931) Results of physiological tests given to Maya Indians in Yucatan, Mexico. Eugenical News, 16 (9,12).

Steggerda, Morris (1931) Results of psychological tests given to Maya Indians in Yucatan. Eugenical News, 16 (8). pp. 120-125.

Steggerda, Morris (1928) Review: A Dutch settlement in Michigan. Eugenical News, 13 (12). p. 154.

Steggerda, Morris (1932) Sexual dimorphism in three races of mankind. Eugenical News, 17 (5). pp. 109-111.

Steggerda, Morris (April 1942) Significance of racial factors in physical measurements of normal or defective children. American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 46 (4).

Steggerda, Morris (December 1935) Some eugenical aspects of the indians of Piste, Yucatan. Science, 82 (2139). p. 616.

Steggerda, Morris (1931) Some psychological tests used in studies of race crossing. Eugenical News, 16 (2). pp. 25-26.

Steggerda, Morris (1934) Some results of a family history study. In: A decade of progress in eugenics: scientific papers of the third International Congress of Eugenics held at American Museum of Natural History, New York, August 21-23,1932. Eugenics Congress.

Steggerda, Morris (March 1943) Stature of South American Indians. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 1 (1). pp. 5-20.

Steggerda, Morris (January 1932) Statures of North American Indians. Eugenical News, 17 (1). p. 1.

Steggerda, Morris (November 1938) Temples of worship in Yucatan, Mexico. The Calvin Forum, 4 (4). pp. 84-86.

Steggerda, Morris (December 1937) Testing races for the threshold of taste, with PTC. The Journal of Heredity, 28 (9). pp. 309-310.

Steggerda, Morris (September 1933) Testing the psychology of races. Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life. pp. 274-275.

Steggerda, Morris (1943) A description of thirty towns in Yucatan, Mexico. Anthropological papers / Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology ; no. 30 (30). U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C..

Steggerda, Morris (1931) A family of mechanics. Eugenical News, 16 (4). pp. 58-59.

Steggerda, Morris (June 1928) A family of negro teachers. Eugenical News, 13 (6). p. 80.

Steggerda, Morris (1931) The inheritance of bronchial trouble. Eugenical News, 16 (2). pp. 26-28.

Steggerda, Morris (1930) The inheritance of eye-color. Eugenical News.

Steggerda, Morris (1931) The inheritance of hair form. Eugenical News, 16 (4). pp. 56-57.

Steggerda, Morris (1930) The inheritance of thin skin. Eugenical News.

Steggerda, Morris (November 1936) A longitudinal study of development to determine racial differences. In: Proceedings of the second meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development.

Steggerda, Morris (1936) A physical and physiological description of adult Maya indians from Yucatan. In: Measures of Men. Middle American Research Series, 7 . Tulane University Department of Middle American Research, New Orleans, pp. 17-19.

Steggerda, Morris (1935) A population study of a Maya village. Umschau und Fortschritte. p. 208.

Steggerda, Morris (September 1944) A small city's children in 1900. The Journal of Educational Sociology, 18 (1). pp. 39-44.

Steggerda, Morris, Bate, Ruth C. (December 1939) Anthropology and human genetics. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C..

Steggerda, Morris, Benedict, Francis G. (1932) Metabolism in Yucatan: A study of the Maya Indian. The American Journal of Physiology, 100 (2). pp. 274-284.

Steggerda, Morris, Benedict, Francis G. (July 1928) The basal metabolism of some browns and blacks in Jamaica. The American Journal of Physiology, 85 (3). pp. 621-633.

Steggerda, Morris, Cheney, Helen, Ruby, Mary A., Copeland, Elizabeth A., Mount, Margaret C., Steele, Mary D. (September 1930) Student researches in human heredity. Eugenical News, 15 (9). pp. 134-136.

Steggerda, Morris, Cranston, Harriet (December 1935) Anthropology and human genetics. Documentation. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C..

Steggerda, Morris, Cranston, Harriet (December 1936) Anthropology and human genetics. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C..

Steggerda, Morris, Cranston, Harriet (December 1937) Anthropology and human genetics. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C..

Steggerda, Morris, Densen, Paul (June 1936) Height, weight, and age tables for homogeneous groups with particular reference to Navaho indians and Dutch whites. Child Development, 7 (2). pp. 115-120.

Steggerda, Morris, Eckardt, Ruth Bate (December 1940) Anthropology and human genetics. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington D.C..

Steggerda, Morris, Eckardt, Ruth Bate (March 1941) Navajo foods and their preparation. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 17 (3). pp. 217-225.

Steggerda, Morris, Grant, Mary Elizabeth (December 1938) Anthropology and human genetics. Technical Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C..

Steggerda, Morris, Hill, Thomas J. (June 1942) Eruption time of teeth among Whites, Negros, and Indians. American Journal of Orthodontics and Oral Surgery, 28 (6). pp. 361-370.

Steggerda, Morris, Hill, Thomas J. (September 1935) Incidence of dental caries among Maya and Navajo indians. Journal of Dental Research, 15 (5). pp. 233-242.

Steggerda, Morris, Korsch, Barbara (January 1943) Remedies for diseases as prescribed by Maya Indian herb-doctors. Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 13 (1). pp. 54-82.

Steggerda, Morris, Macomber, Eileen (1939) Mental and social characteristics of Maya and Navajo Indians as evidenced by a psychological rating scale. The Journal of Social Psychology , 10. pp. 51-59.

Steggerda, Morris, Macomber, Eileen (October 1938) A revision of the McAdory art test applied to American Indians, Dutch whites and college graduates. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 26 (2). pp. 349-353.

Steggerda, Morris, Millar, Ruth (1936) Finger lengths of the Maya indians as compared with negroes and whites. In: Measures of Men. Middle American Research Series, 7 . Tulane University Department of Middle American Research, New Orleans, pp. 85-100.

Steggerda, Morris, Petty, Christine Evans (October 1942) Body measurements on 100 Negro males from Tuskegee Institute. Research Quarterly, 13 (3 Q-32).

Steggerda, Morris, Petty, Christine Evans (October 1940) An anthropometric study of negro and white college women. Research Quarterly, 11 (3 Q-27). pp. 110-116.

Steggerda, Morris, Seibert, Henri Cleret (December 1941) Anthropology and human genetics. Annual Report of the Director of the Department of Genetics, Carnegie Institution of Washington Year Book No. 40, 1940-1941. pp. 250-254.

Steggerda, Morris, Seibert, Henri Cleret (September 1941) Size and shape of head hair from six racial groups. The Journal of Heredity, 32 (9). pp. 315-318.

Steggerda, Morris, Shaffer, Catherine (December 1942) Anthropology and human genetics. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Cold Spring Harbor.

Steggerda, Morris, Wheeler, Hilda H. (December 1943) Anthropology and human genetics. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Cold Spring Harbor.

Steggerda, Morris, Wheeler, Hilda H. (December 1944) Anthropology and human genetics. Annual Report of the Director of the Department of Genetics, Carnegie Institution of Washington Year Book No. 43, 1943-1944. pp. 151-153.

Steggerda, Morris, Wolff, G. (1943) Female-male index of body build in Negroes and whites: an interpretation of anatomical sex differences. Human Biology: An International Record of Research, 15. pp. 127-152.

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