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Adirondacks, New York State Forest Preserves in

the, 84-103

African monkey groups, 222-26
Alabama, scenes, 192, 200-201
Altar of Liberty, New York, 154
American Museum public lecture hall, 505
American textiles, costumes, and mechanical proc.

esses, 631-54

Animal painting and sculpture, 460-69

Aquiculture, studies in, 478-88

Arctic scenes, 77-83

Army intelligence tests, 671-78

Assyrian sculpture, examples of, 448-58
Baker, city of, 250-51; United States Naval Ob-

servatory station at, 263

Bees, 416-20

Belgium, Her Majesty, Queen of, 746
Bird Photographs of unusual distinction, 583-97
Birds, Gulf Coast, 40-43; of Louisiana, 44-72;

knot, 74–75; four-footed hoactzin, 162-68;
of the Gaspé sanctuaries, 374-81; stormy
petrels, 340; whale, 360; on the Hawaiian

reservation, 382-95; pelicans, 734

Bison, American, 333, 552-65

Bonaventure cliffs, 372

Bourlon Wood, 725

British Guiana, scenes in, 714-22
Buffalo Park, Wainwright, Alberta, 554-55
Burroughs, John, scenes about home, 570–82
Camouflage for ships, 359
Catskills, New York State Preserve in, 84-103
Chiriquian pottery, 144-50
Cinema photographs, of chick embryo, 443-45; of

hydroid, 447
College of Fisheries, University of Washington,

368-69
Colorado Rockies, flora of, 170-81
CroMagnon frieze of six horses, 450; painting

of Celtic horse, 450
Desert life group in Brooklyn Museum, 123
Diagrams, of intellectual tests of Negro recruits,

680-84; Pygmy stature, 688; Pygmy distri.

bution, 690; stature of man, 695
Drawing and notes by Alexander Wilson, 366
Eclipse, total solar, of 1918, 244-71
Elk horns of Lewis and Clark Expedition, 408
Elm tree, Honor Grove, 747
Fisher, G. Clyde, addressing school children, 505
Florida Everglades, 194, 196
Food exhibit for family of five, 336–39
Food values, diagrams of, 338-39
Forest, European devastated, 98
Forest fire sentinel, 334
Forest preserves of New York, 84-103
Frog. Nicaragua, 346
Gaspé bird sanctuaries, views of, 374–81
Georgia, scenes, 195, 197-99, 203
Grand Cañon, model in American Museum, 498-99
Greenland, plant life of Northwest, 272-91
Groups in American Museum, African monkey,

222-26; blue shark, 353; timber wolves, 237

Gulf coast, birds of, 40-43

Hawaiian reservation, views of, 382-95

Hoactzin, 162-68

Honor Grove, map of, 747

Human culture, diagrams. 134–35. 138-39

Human head, evolution of. 422-25

Hy'a boulengeri, 346; haunt of, 346

Indian peace medal, 113

Indians, Poh-we-ka of the Tewa, 357

Klamath Lake Reservation, 734

Knot, eggs of, 74; on nest, 74; with chick, 75

Lewis and Clark, memorial bronze, 404

Liguus jasciatus, shells of, 664

Llewellyn Glacier, British Columbia, 611-20

Louisiana, birds, 44-56, 57-72

Map, Adirondack forest preserves, 87; distribu-

tion of Pygmy and short races of man, 690;

Gaspé bird sanctuaries, 373; path of total

eclipse of sun, 1918, 248-49; physiographic

diagram of the western theater of the World

War, 518; Porto Rico, 528; "Save the Red

woods," 604; distribution of the Pygmy and

short races of man, 690; Honor Grore, 747

Marine camouflage, 359

Mastodon jawbones, 407

Medal presented to H, R. H. Prince of Wales, 748

Microphotograph of a hydroid, 447

Monkeys, chain myth, 216-17, 220; Museum

groups of, 222-26

Museo Nacional de Chile, Santiago, 121

Mustangs of the Plains, 106-7

Nature's mobilization, 206-8; diagram showing

succession of five species, 209

Nicaragua, frog, 346; scene, 346

Notre Dame, portals of, opp. p. 367

Panama, scenes, 308-321

Peking, armistice scenes, 229-32

Peru, scenes, 185--89

Plant life of Northwest Greenland, 272-91

Porto Rico, scenes in, 522-39

Portraits, Boulenger, G. A., 566; Brewster, Wil-

liam, 738; Camp, Charles L., 354; Ekblaw,

W. Elmer, 273; Garman, Samuel, 730; Her-

mann, Adam, 741; Lucas, Frederic A., 130;

Nelson, Edward W., 330; Poh-we-ka, 357;

Roosevelt, Theodore, 4, 26.

of, 31;

Yerkes, R. M., 670
Pottery, Chiriquian, 144-50
Puget Sound Biological Station, 500
Pygmy, jaws, 694; group in American Museum,

696; photographs of, 698-713; skulls, 686
Redwoods of California, 598-613, 737; map, 604
Roosevelt, Quentin, 31; grave of, 32
Roosevelt, Theodore, 4-34; sons of, 31; sculptures

of the late, 510, 543-51; Wild Life Forest
Experiment Station, 727, 729; memorial

fag, 744
Sailing crafts, 213-14
Seasonal faunal and floral rotation in Illinois,

206-9

Selborne, England, 569

Sequoias, 598-613, 737

Shark, blue, 353

Skulls of Negroid Pygmies, 686

Snail shells, 664

Snow crystals, 436-40

Southeastern United States scenic features, 192-

203

Sun, total eclipse of, 244-71

Textile Exhibition, 631-54

Trees, at timber-line, 426–35; Sequoias, 598-613,

737

University of Washington, 368-69, 500

Wasp, African, 343-44

Wild Life Forest Experiment Station at Syracuse,

727, 729

Wilson, Alexander, 396; notes and drawings by,

366

Wolves. timber, habitat group, 237

World War, famous strategic positions, 517-21

Zoological Sculpture, 448-77

sons

The American Museum of Natural History

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Second Vice President
J. P. MORGAN

Secretary
ADRIAN ISELIN

President

HENRY FAIRFIELD OSBORN
First Vice-President
CLEVELAND II. DODGE

Treasurer
HENRY P. DAVISON

THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK
THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK

THE PRESIDENT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PARKS
GEORGE F. BAKER

MADISON GRANT FREDERICK F. BREWSTER

WILLIAM AVERELL HARRIMAN R. FULTON CUTTING

ARCHER M. HUNTINGTON THOMAS DEWITT CUYLER

ARTHUR CURTISS JAMES
HENRY C. FRICK

WALTER B. JAMES
A. D. JUILLIARD

CHARLES LANIER
OGDEN Mills
PERCY R. PEXE
JOHN B. TREVOR
FELIX M. WARBURG

Director FREDERIC A. LUCAS

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS

Assistant Treasurer
THE UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY

OF NEW YORK

Assistant Secretary GEORGE H. SHERWOOD

SCIENTIFIC STAFF
FREDERIC A. LUCAS, Sc.D., Director

Geology and Invertebrate Paleontology
EDMUND OTIS HOVEY, Ph.D., Curator
CHESTER A. REEDS, Ph.D., Assoc. Curator
[Invertebrate Palæontology ]

Mineralogy
HERBERT P. WHITLOCK, Curator

IVoods and Forestry
MARY CYNTHIA DICKERSON, B.S., Curator

Invertebrate Zoology
W. M. WHEELER, Ph.D., Honorary Curator
HENRY E. CRAMPTON, Ph.D., Curator
Roy W. MINER, B., Assoc. Curator
FRANK E. Lutz, Ph.D., Assoc. Curator
A. J. MITCHLER, Assistant
WILLARD G. VAN NAME, Ph.D., Assistant
FRANK E. WATSON, B.S., Assistant

l'ertebrate Palæontology
HENRY FAIRFIELD OSBORN, LL.D., D.Sc.,

Honorary Curator
W. D. MATTHEW, Ph.D., Curator
WALTER GRANGER, Assoc. Curator (Mammals]
BARNUM BROWN, A.B., Assoc. Curator [Reptiles)
WILLIAM K. GREGORY, Ph.D., Assoc. in Palæon.
tology

Anthropology
CLARK WISSLER, Ph.D., Curator
PLINY E. GODDARD, Ph.D., Curator Ethnology
ROBERT H. LOWIE, Ph.D., Assoc. Curator
HERBERT J. SPINDEN, Ph.D., Asst. Curator
N. C. NELSON, M.L., Asst. Curator
CHARLES W. MEAD, Asst. Curator
Louis R. SULLIVAN, A.M., Asst. Curator
LESLIE SPIER, B.S., Assistant

Anatomy and Physiology
RALPH W. TOWER, Ph.D., Curator
CHARLES F. HERM, Assistant

Public Health
CHARLES-EDWARD A, WINSLOW, M.A., D.P.H.,

Curator
THOMAS A. HULL, Ph.D., Assistant

Ichthyology and Herpetology
BASHFORD DEAN, Ph.D., Honorary Curator
JOHN T. NICHOLS, A.B., Asst. Cur. Recent Fishes
MARY CYNTHIA DICKERSON, B.S., Assoc. Curator
Herpetology

Mammalogy and Ornithology
J. A. ALLEN, Ph.D., Curator
FRANK M. CHAPMAN, Sc.D., Curator Ornithology
Roy C. ANDREWS, A.M., Assoc. Cur. Mammalogy
W. DEW. MILLER, Assoc. Curator Ornithology
H. E. ANTHONY, B.S., Assistant, Mammalogy
HERBERT LANG, Assistant, Mammalogy
JAMES P. CHAPIN, A.B., A.M., Assistant,

Ornithology
LEO E. MILLER, Assistant, Ornithology

Public Education
GEORGE H. SHERWOOD, A.M., Curator
G. CLYDE FISHER, Ph.D., Assoc. Curator
ANN E. THOMAS, Ph.B., Assistant

Books and Publications
RALPH W. TOWER, Ph.D., Curator
IDA RICHARDSON HOOD, A.B., Asst. Librarian

Research Associates M. D. C. CRAWFORD, Textiles, Anthropology

GEORGE F, Kunz, Ph.D., Mineralogy W. ELMER EKBLAW, A.M., A.B., Geology

CHARLES W. LENG, B.S., Coleoptera ALESSANDRO FABBRI, Physiology

J. HOWARD MCGREGOR, Ph.D., Anthropology GEO. BIRD GRINNELL, Ph.D., Ethnology

A. L. TREADWELL, Ph.D., Annulata

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VOLUME XIX CONTENTS FOR JANUARY

NUMBER 1

Frontispiece, Portrait of Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919), at his home at

Oyster Bay...

4

Copyrighted photograph by Underwood and Underwood

Theodore Roosevelt..

..JOHN BURROUGHS 5

A memorial and an appreciation

Theodore Roosevelt, Naturalist...

HENRY FAIRFIELD OSBORN 9

His affiliation with the American Museum of Natural History

Roosevelt- The Friend of Man..

.. ROBERT E. PEARY 11

Roosevelt and Africa...

. Carl E. AKELEY 12

Reminiscences of big game hunting with Roosevelt

Personal Glimpses of Theodore Roosevelt.

DAVID STARR JORDAN 15

Roosevelt, the Man of Abundant Life...

..GIFFORD PINCHOT 17

A Series of Photographs Suggestive of the Varied Achievements and Inter-

ests of Theodore Roosevelt - Explorer, Faunal Naturalist, Soldier,

Statesman, Writer, and Friend of Man...

19

Has Progressive Evolution Come to an End?.... . EDWIN GRANT CONKLIN 35

The future may hold no race of super-men, but it is likely to present a super-state and a

super-civilization

Wild Life Conservation Along the Gulf Coast. ......T. GILBERT PEARSON 41

The progress of bird protection among the southern states through the work of the National

Association of Audubon Societies, federal and state government action, and the interest of

individuals

Observations on the Water Birds of Louisiana... . ALFRED M. BAILEY 45

With illustrations of terns, pelicans, skimmers, herons, ducks, and geese, from photographs by

A. M. Bailey and others

Series of Duotone Reproductions Showing the Protected

Bird Life of Our Louisiana Coast..

. ALFRED M. BAILEY

“Four Years in the White North," A Review.. HERBERT L. BRIDGMAN 73

With illustrations from the book reviewed

Forest Conservation in New York...

...GEORGE D. PRATT 85

The state owns and protects about half of its vital forest land, maintaining a thoroughly

organized forest service

Illustrated with photographs of scenes in the Adirondacks

Wild Horses of the Plains...

.JAMES H. Cook 104

Tales of the mustangs by a famous Indian scout

Photographs of a descendant of the mustangs by Harold J. Cook

Primitive Ideas on Numbers and Systems of

Measurement...

ROBERT H. LOWIE 110

An Indian Peace Medal.

CLARK WISSLER 113

A relic of the Lewis and Clark Expedition dug up in Idaho

With a photograph of the medal

"Billy the Boy Naturalist”: A Review..

.G. CLYDE FISHER 115

The true story of a naturalist's boyhood in Virginia

Review of Captain Dugmore's “Adventures in Beaver

Stream Camp”

..JOHN T. NICHOLS 115

Sight Conservation Classes in New York Schools.....FRANCES E. MOSCRIP 116

Notes

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