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" In the early struggle for existence, the advantages accruing from a permanent kinship group, both in resisting aggression and in securing a food supply, could not fail to have been perceived; and, if the people were to become homogeneous and the practice... "
Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science - Page 330
by American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1898
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1898
...spirit world. Office of the Totem in the <rens. — In the early struggle for existence, the ndvantages accruing from a permanent kinship group, both in resisting...and won for his followers success and plenty. From a stndy of the minutiae of the customs and ceremonies within the gens, it is apparent that their underlying...
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Import of the Totem

Alice Cunningham Fletcher - 1897 - 12 lehte
...kindred, and not wander as they passed into the spirit world. Office- of the Totem in tin; Ituns. — In the early struggle for existence, the advantages...rite of the vision, furnished this expedient, — a drvice which could be understood and accepted by all, — the concrete sign of the vision, the totem...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1898
...be at once recognized by their kindred, and not wander as they passed into the spirit world. Ojftr.K of the Totem in the. Gens. — In the early struggle...followers success and plenty. From a study of the minutiie of the customs and ceremonies within the gens, it is apparent that their underlying purpose...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1898
...kindred, and not wander as they passed into the spirit world. Office of the Totem in the Hens. — In the early struggle for existence, the advantages...followers success and plenty. From a study of the minutise of the customs und ceremonies within the gens, it is apparent that their underlying purpose...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1898
...spirit world. Office of the Totem in the (rfiis. — In the early struggle for existence, the ndvantages accruing from a permanent kinship group, both in resisting...accepted by all, — the concrete sign of the vision, tlie totem of the Leader, he whose abilities and prowess evinced supernatural favor, and won for his...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

1898
...tail to have been perceived; and, if the people were to become homogeneous and the practice ot'exogomy continue, some expedient must have been devised by...followers success and plenty. From a study of the minutiae of the customs and ceremonies within the gens, it is apparent that their underlying purpose...
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The American Naturalist

1898
...homogeneous and the practice of exogamy continue, some expedient must have been devised by which the permanent groups could be maintained and kinship lines...the rite of the vision, furnished this expedient." " Social growth depended upon the establishment of distinct groups, and the one power adequate for...
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The American Naturalist, 32. köide,1. osa

1898
...homogeneous and the practice of exogamy continue, some expedient must have been devised by which the permanent groups could be maintained and kinship lines...the rite of the vision, furnished this expedient." " Social growth depended upon the establishment of distinct groups, and the one power adequate for...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1898
...must have been devised l>y which permanent groups could be maintained, and kinship lines t>e dofined. The common belief of the people, kept virile by the...rite of the vision, furnished this expedient, — a dovici which could be understood and accepted by all, — the concrete sign of the vision, the totem...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1898
...permanent kinship group, both in resisting aggression and in securing a food supply, could not tail to have been perceived; and, if the people were to...followers success and plenty. From a study of the minuti;e of the customs and ceremonies within the gens, it is apparent that their underlying purpose...
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