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[[preprinted]] UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM UNDER DIRECTION OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION WASHINGTON [[/preprinted]] the arts of life because the former, refusing to receive flocks from the Spaniards, have continued their career as blood-thirsty savages down to the present moment. On the other hand, the Navajo, accepting flocks of sheep from the Spanish explorers, have learned the value of personal and tribal property and have changed their mode of life and industry altogether in accordance with the new state of affairs. Around the Gulf of Cal ^[[ifornia]] are the Piman and Yuman stocks and these, owing to their homogeneous environment, furnish little material for the student of comparative ethnology.