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American Anthropological Association.
August 29, 30, 31, 105.

A meeting of the American Anthropological Association will be held in San Francisco, August 2 to 31, 1905. The sessions of the first day, Tuesday, August 2, will be held at the Museum of the Department of Anthropology of the University of California, at the Affiliated Colleges. The sessions of the second day, Wednesday, August 30, will be held at the California Academy of Sciences. The sessions of the third day, Thursday, August 31, will be held at the University of California, Berkeley.

For Friday, September 1, an excursion for members of the Association has been provided by private invitation. Excursions are also being arranged for following days, which will be announced later. The stay of the Association in San Francisco will be followed by a trip to the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition in Portland.

The headquarters of the Association, where mail will be received for members and arrangements made for their accommodations, will be the Museum of the Department of Anthropology at the Affiliated Colleges. The telephone number is Park 510. On arrival members will please register and indicate the excursions they will take part in.

           PAPERS TO BE READ.
1. MR. CHARLES HILL-TOUT, Ethnological Survey of Canada:
Heterogeneity of the Culture of the Selish Tribes.

2. DR. C. HART MERRIAM, Chief of the Biological Survey, Washington, D. C.:
The Aboriginal Indian Population of California.

3. DR. C. HRDLICKA, Assistant Curator, Physical Anthropology, U.S. National Museum:
A Contribution to the Physical Anthropology of California.

4. DR. R.B. DIXON, Harvard University:
The Mythology of the Shasta-Achomawi Indians of California.

5. MR. CHARLES F. LUMMIS, Secretary of the Southwest Society, Los Angeles, of the Archaeological Institute of America:
Old Indian and Spanish Folk Songs of the Southwest. Illustrated with phonograph records.

6. MISS CONSTANCE GODDARD DUBOIS, Waterbury, Connecticut:
Mission Indian Religious Myhts. Illustrated with phonograph records.

7. MR. H. BROWN, Yuma, Curator of the Museum, University of Arizona:
Title to be announced.
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