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BULLETIN

Vol. 1 (1). Muttkowski, R.A. 1910. Catalog of the Odonta of North America. 
Vol. 1 (2). Starr, F. 1911. Lolo objects in the Public Museum, Milwaukee. 
Vol. 1 (3). Graenicher, S. 1911. Bees of northern Wisconsin. 
Vol. 1 (4). Barrett, S.A. 1911. The Dream Dance of the Chippewa and Menominee Indians of northern Wisconsin. 
Vol. 2 (1). Barrett, S.A. 1911. The Washo Indians. 
Vol. 2 (2). Speck, F.G. 1910 Decorative art and basketry of the Cherokee. 
Vol. 2 (3). Skinner, A. 1925. Notes on Mahikan ethnology. 
Vol. 2 (4). Barrett, S.A., E.W. Gifford. 1933. Miwok material culture. 
Vol. 3 (1). Barrett, S.A., E.W. Hawkes. 1919. The Kratz Creek mound group: A study in Wisconsin Indian mounds. 
Vol. 3 (2). Jeske, J.A. 1927. The Grand River mound group and camp site. 
Vol. 3 (3). McKern, W.C. 1928. The Neale and McClaughry mound groups. 
Vol. 3 (4). McKern, W.C. 1930. The Kletzien and Nitschke mound group. 
Vol. 4 (1). Smith, H.H. 1923. Ethnobotany of the Menominee Indians. 
Vol. 4 (2). Smith, H.H. 1928. Ethnobotany of the Meskwaki Indians. 
Vol. 4 (3). Smith, H.H. 1932. Ethnobotany of the Ojibwe Indians. 
Vol. 5 (1). Skinner, A. 1923. Observations of the ethnology of the Sauk Indians, Part 1. 
Vol. 5 (2). Skinner, A. 1925. Observations of the ethnology of the Sauk Indians, Part 2: War customs. 
Vol. 5 (3). Skinner, A. 1925. Observations of the ethnology of the Sauk Indians, Part 3: Notes on material culture. 
Vol. 5 (4). Skinner, A. 1926. Ethnobotany of the Ioway Indians. 
Vol. 6 (1). Skinner, A. 1924. The Mascoutens or Prairie Potawatomi Indians, Part 1: Social life and ceremonies. 
Vol. 6 (2). Skinner, A. 1926. The Mascoutens or Prairie Potawatomi Indians, Part 2: Notes on material culture. 
Vol. 6 (3). Skinner, A. 1927. The Mascoutens or Prairie Potawatomi Indians, Part 3: Mythology and folklore. 
Vol. 7 (1). Smith, H. H. 1933. Ethnobotany of the Forest Potawatomi Indians. 
Vol. 7 (2). Hanson, H.P. 1933 The tamarack bogs of the driftless area of Wisconsin. 
Vol. 7 (3). Rhodes, J.W. 1933. The ecological comparison of two Wisconsin peat bogs. 
Vol. 8 (1). Pope, T.E.B., W.E. Dickinson. 1928. The amphibians and reptiles of Wisconsin. 
Vol. 8 (2). Dickinson, W.E. 1932. The craneflies of Wisconsin. 
Vol. 8 (3). Dickinson, W.E. 1944. The mosquitoes of Wisconsin. 
Vol. 8 (4). MacArthur, K. 1948. The louse flies of Wisconsin and adjacent states (Diptera, Hippobosoidae). 
Vol. 9 (1). Metschl, J. 1928. The Rudolph J. Nunnemacher collection of projectile arms, Part 1: Log arms. 
Vol. 9 (2). Metschl, J. 1928. The Rudolph J. Nunnemacher collection of projectile arms, Part 2: Short arms. 
Vol. 10 (1). West, G.A. 1928, 1929. Copper; its mining and use by the aborigines of the Lake Superior region: report of the McDonald-Masse Isle Royal expedition. 
Vol. 10 (2). Mackern, W.C. 1931 A Wisconsin variant of the Hopewell culture. 
Vol. 10 (3). Fisher, A.K., H.W. Kuhn, G.C. Adami. 1931. The dental pathology of the prehistoric Indians of Wisconsin. 
Vol. 10 (4). West, George A. 1932. Exceptional prehistoric copper implements. 
Vol. 10 (5). Barrett, S.A., A. Skinner. 1932. Certain mounds and village sites of Shawano and Oconto counties, Wisconsin. 
Vol. 11 (1). Pohl, E.R. 1932. The Devonian of Wisconsin, part 1, Lanellibranchiata. 
Vol. 12 (1). Ulrich, E.O., C.E. Resser. 1930 The Cambrian of the upper Mississippi valley: Part 1: Trilobita: Dikelocephalinae and ocoeolinae. 
Vol. 12 (2). Ulrich, E.O., C.E. Resser. 1933 The Cambrian of the upper Mississippi valley: Part 2: Trilobita: Saukinae. 
Vol. 12 (3). Ruedemann, R. 1933. The Cambrian of the upper Mississippi valley: Part 3: Trilobita: Graptolitoidea. 
Vol. 13. Barrett, S.A. 1933. Ancient Aztalan. 
Vol. 14 (1). Fuller, A.M. 1933. Studies on the flora of Wisconsin: Part 1: The orchids; Orchidaceae. 
Vol. 15. Barrett, S.A. 1933. Pomo myths. 
Vol. 16 (1). Mash, P. 1933. The excavation of Ross Mound Group 1. 
Vol. 16 (2). Cooper, L.R. 1933. The Red Cedar River variant of the Wisconsin Hopewell culture. 
Vol. 16 (3). McKern, W.C. 1945. Preliminary report on the Upper Mississippi phase in Wisconsin. 
Vol. 17 (1). West, G.A. 1934 Tobacco, pipes and smoking customs of the American Indians. 
Vol. 18 (1). Wolff, E.G. 1945. Ballard rifles in the Henry J. Nunnemacher collection. 
Vol. 19 (1). Ritzenthaler, R.E. 1950. The Oneida of Wisconsin. 
Vol. 19 (2). Ritzenthaler, R.E. 1950. The building of a Chippewa birchbark canoe. 
Vol. 19 (3). Ritzenthaler, R.E. 1953. The Potawatomi Indians of Wisconsin. 
Vol. 19 (4). Ritzenthaler, R.E. 1954. Chippewa's prepccupation with health. 
Vol. 20 (1). Barrett, S.A. 1952. Material aspects of Pomo culture: Part 1. 
Vol. 20 (2). Barrett, S.A. 1952. Material aspects of Pomo culture: Part 2. 


CONTRIBUTIONS IN ANTHROPOLOGY AND HISTORY

1. de Borheygi, S.R. 1980. The Pre-Columbian ballgame--a pan-Mesoamerican tradition.
2. Howard, J.H. 1982. Cut-outs: native American art.
3. Adams, B., R. Jaeschke. 1984. The Koptos lions.
4. Miller, R. 1985. Flintknapping and arrowhead manufacture at Tell Hadidi, Syria.
5. Otto, S. 1994. Catalog of the Milwaukee Public Museum’s Wisconsin Indian photographs (computer file).
6. Bosworth, T.T., J.R. Hayes. 1996. Whistling wings, whittled ducks & wetlands.
7. Lupton, C., A. Muchka, J. Luedtke, G. Ulrich. 2000. Ivory: ideals of beauty/ideas of power: The Milwaukee Public Museum ivory collection.


CONTRIBUTIONS IN BIOLOGY AND GEOLOGY

1. Henderson, R.W. 1974. Resources partitioning among the snakes of the University of Kansas Natural History Reservation: A preliminary analysis.
2. Hoevera, L.G., R.W. Henderson. 1974. Additions to the herpetofauna of Belize (British Honduras).
3. Briggs, J.L. 1975. Control of the circadian rhythm of locomotion in the rough-skinned newt, Taricha granulosa.
4. Dixon, J.R., P. Soini. 1975. The reptiles of the Upper Amazon Basin, Iquitos region, Peru: Part 1: Lizards and amphisbaenians.
5. Henderson, R.W., L.G. Hoevers. 1975. A checklist and key to the amphibians and reptiles of Belize, Central America.
6. West, R.M. 1976. The North American Phenecodontidae (Mammalia; Condylarthra).
7. West, R.M. 1976. Paleontology and geology of the Bridger Formation, southern Green Basin, southestern Wyoming. Part 1: History of field work and geologic setting.
8. Young, A.M. and D. Stein. 1976. Studies on the evolutionary biology of the neotropical nymphalid butterfly, Anartia fatima, in Costa Rica.
9. Henderson, R.W. 1976. A new anole (Reptilia: Iguanidae) from Great Corn Island, Caibbean Nicaragua.
10. Mac Briar, W.N., D. Stevenson. 1976. Dispersal and survival in the bank swallow (Riparia riparia) in southeastern Wisconsin.
11. Fitch, H.S., R.W. Henderson. 1976. Age and sex differences in the ctenosaur (Ctenosaura similis).
12. Dixon, J.R., R.W. Henderson. 1977. The reptiles of the Upper Amazon Basin, Iquitos region, Peru.  Part 2: Crocodilians, turtles and snakes.
13. Fitch, H.S., R.W. Henderson. 1977. Age and sex differences, reproduction, and conservation of Iguana iguana.
14. Krishtalka, L. and R.M. West. 1977. Paleontology and geology of the Bridger Formation, southern Green River Basin, southwestern Wyoming. Part 2: The Bridgerian insectivore, Entomolestes grangeri.
15. Teller, S., D. Bardack. 1977. Post-glacial fishes from a Lake Michigan drainage in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
16. Hussain, S.T., J. Munthe, R.M. West, J.R. Lukacs. 1977. The Daud Khel local fauna: A preliminary report on a Neogene vertebrate assemblage from the Trans-Idus Siwaliks, Pakistan.
17. Henderson, R.W. P. Soina, J.R. Dixon. 1978. On the seasonal incidence of tropical snakes.
18. Carpenter, C.C. 1978. Comparative display behavior in the genus Sceloporus (Iguanidae).
19. Webb, R.G. 1978. A review of the Mexican snake Themnophis cytrpsis postremus Smith with comments on Thomnophis vicinus Smith.
20. Fitch, H.S. 1978. Two new anoles (Reptilia: Iguanidae) from Oaxace with comments on other Mexican species.
21. Villa, J. 1979. Synopsis of the biology of the Middle American highland frog Rana maculata Brocchi.
22. Henderson, R.W., J.R. Dixon, P. Soina. 1979. Resource partitioning in Amazonian snake communities.
23. Munthe, J., S.T. Hussian, J.R. Lukacs, R.M. West, S.M. Ibrahim Shah. 1979. Neogene stratigraphy of the Daud Khel area, Mianwali District, Pakistan.
24. Nickerson, M.A., G.J. Jesmok, J.G. Bater. 1979. A serological investigation of three western populations of ducky calamanders, genus Desmognathus, with comment on the establishment of the population on Crowley's Ridge.
25. West, R.M. 1979. Paleontology and geology of the Bridger Formation, southern Green River Basin, southwestern Wyoming. Part 3: Notes on Hyopsodus.
26. West, R.M., J.R. Lukas. 1979. Geology and vertebrate-fossil localities, Tertiary continental rocks, Kala-Chitta Hills, Attock District, Pakistan.
27. Krishtalka, L., R.M. West. 1979. Paleontology and geology of the Bridger Formation, southern Green River Basin, southwestern Wyoming. Part 4: The Geolabididae (Mammalia: Insectivora).
28. Budge, David R., P.M. Sheehan. 1980. The Upper Odovician through Middle Silurian of the Eastern Great Basin. Part 1: Introduction Historical perspective and stratigraphic synthesis.
29. Budge, David R., P.M. Sheehan. 1980. The Upper Odovician through Middle Silurian of the Eastern Great Basin. Part 2: Lithologic descriptions.
30. Sheehan, P.M. 1980. The Late Ordovician and Silurian of the Eastern Great Basin. Part 3. Brachiopods of the Tony Grove Lake Member of the Laketown Dolomite.
31. Dixon, J.R. 1980. The neotropical colubrid snake genus Liohia. Part 1: The generic concept.
32. Henderson, R.W., M.H. Binder, R.A. Sajdak, J.A. Bunday. 1980. Aggregating behavior and exploitation of subterranean habitat by gravid eastern milksnakes Lampropetis t. triangulum.
33. West, R.M. 1980. A minute new species of Dorcatherium (Tragulidae: Mammalia) from the Chinji formation near Daud Khel, Miawall District, Pakistan.
34. Munthe, J. 1980. Rodents of the Miocene Daud Khel local fauna, Mianwali District, Pakistan. Part 1. Sciuidae, Gliridae, Ctenodactglidae and Rhicomyide.
35. Sivon, P.S. 1980. Stratigraphy and paleontology of the Maquoketa Group (Upper Ordovician) at Wequiock Creek, eastern Wisconsin.
36. Sajdak, R.A., M.A. Nickerson, R.W. Henderson, M. Moffett. 1980. Notes on the movements of Basiliscuss plumifrons (Sauria: Iguanidae) in Costa Rica.
37. Henderson, R.W., M.H. Binder. 1980. The ecology and behavior of vine snakes (Ahaetulla, Oxybelis, Thelototnis, Uromacer): a review.
38. Munthe, J., R.M. West 1980. Insectivora of the Micocene Daud Khel fauna, Mianwali District, Pakistan.
39. Munthe, J. 1980. Catalog of fossil types and figured specimens in the Milwaukee Public Museum.
40. Young, A.M. 1980. Seasonal adult emergence of cicadas (Homoptera: Cicadidae) in northwestern Costa Rica.
41. Levenson, J.B. 1981. The southern-mesic forest of southwestern Wisconsin: species composition and community structure.
42. Wilson, L.D., J.R. Meyer. 1981. Systematics of the Calamarina group of the Colubrid snake genus Tantilla.
43. West, R.M. 1981. Geology and paleontology of the Bridger Formation, southern Green River Basin, southwestern Wyoming. Part 5. Herpagolestes macrocephalus and comments on structure, function, and diversity of middle Eocene to early Oligocene large Mesonychids.
44. Noonan, G.R. 1981. South American species of the subgenus Anistosarsus Chaudoir (genus Notiobia Perty; Carabidae: Coleoptera). Part I. Taxonomy and natural history.
45. Noonan, G.R. 1981. South American species of the subgenus Anistosarsus Chaudoir (genus Notiobia Perty; Carabidae: Coleoptera). Part II. Evolution and biogeography.
46. West, R.M., J.H. Hutchison. 1981. Geology and paleontology of the Bridger formation, southern Green Basin, southwestern Wyoming. Part 6. The fauna and correlation of Bridger E.
47. Schwartz, A. 1981. Variation in Hispaniolan Anolia olssoni Schmidt (Reptilla: Sauria: Iguanidae).
48. Tuttle, M.D., S.J. Kern. 1981. Bats and public health.
49. Schwartz, A., R.W. Henderson. 1981. Anolis cybotes (Repdtilia: Iguanidae): The Eastern Hispaniolan population.
50. Sheehan, P.M. 1982. The Late Ordovician and Silurian of the Eastern Creek Basin. Part 4. Lake Llandovery and Wenlock brachiopods.
51. Sepkoski, J.J. 1982. A compendium of fossil marine families.
52. Wilson, L.D. 1982. A review of the colubrid snakes of the genus Tantilla of Central America.
53. Peck, J.H. 1982. Ferns and fern allies of the driftless areas of Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
54. La Marca, E. 1983. A new frog of the genus Atelopus (Anura: Bufonide) from a Venezuelan cloud forest.
55. Villa, J. 1984. Biology of a neotropical glass frog, Centrolenella Fleischmann (Boettger) with special reference to its frogfly associates.
56. West, R.M. 1984. Paleontology and geology of the Bridger Formulation, southern Green River Basin, southwestern Wyoming. Part 7. Survey of Bridgerian artiodactyla, including description of a skull and partial skeleton of Antiacodon pygmaeus.
57. Fitch, H.S., R.A. Seigal 1984. Ecological and taxonomic notes on Nicaraguan anoles.
58. Noonan, G.R. 1984. Type specimens in the insect collections of the Milwaukee Public Museum.
59. Villa, J. 1984. The venomous snakes of Nicaragua: a synopsis.
60. Lynch, J.D. 1984. New frogs (Leptodactylidae: Eleutherodactylus) from cloud forest of the Northern Cordillera Oriental, Columbia.
61. Pandolfi, J.M. 1985. Late Ordovician and Silurian of the eastern Great Basin. Part 5. Colonial corals from the Ely Springs Dolomite.
62. Schwartz, A., O. Garrido. 1985. The Cuban lizards of the genus Sphaerodactylus (Sauria: Gekkonidae).
63. Gali, F. 1985. Five new species of Calisto (Lepidoptera: Satyridae) from Hispaniola.
64. Noonan, G. 1985. Classification and names of the Selenophori Group (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Harpalini) and of the nine genera and subgenera placed in incerta sedis within Harpalina.
65. Noonan, G. 1985. Reconstucted phylogeny and zoogeography of the genera and subenera of the selenophori group (Insecta: Coleoptera: Carabidae: Harpalini: Harpalinia).
66. Wilson, L.D. 1986. Distributional and taxonomic comments on some members of the Honduran herpetofauna.
67. Sexton, O.J. et al. 1986. Field studies of breeding spotted salamanders, Ambystoma maculatum, in eastern Missouri.
68. Wilson, L.D. 1987. A resume of the colubrid snakes of the genus Tantilla of South America.
69. Carpenter, R.M., Pandolfi, J.M., P.M. Sheehan. 1986. The late Ordovian and Silurian of the Eastern Great Basin. Part 6. The Upper Ordovician carbonate ramp.
70. Sheehan, P.M. 1986. Late Ordovian and Silurian of the Eastern Great Basin. Part 7. Late Ordovician and Silurian carbonate-platform margin near Bovine and Lion Mountains, northwestern Utah.
71. Michaud, E.J., J.R. Dixon. 1987. Taxonomic revision of the Liophis lineatus complex (Reptila: Colubridae) of Central and South America.
72. McCranie, J.R., L.D. Wilson. 1987. The biogeography of the herpetofauna of the pine-oak woodlands of the Sierra Madre Occidental of Mexico.
73. Schwartz, A. 1987. The butterflies of the Lower Florida Keys.
74. Schwartz, A., R.W. Henderson. 1988. West Indian amphibians and reptiles: a checklist. 
75. Iverson, J.B. 1988. Neural bone patterns and phylogeny of the turtles of the subfamily Kinosterninae.
76. Johnson, J.D. 1989. A biogeographic analysis of the herpetofauna of northwestern nuclear Central America.
77. Hedges, S.B., R. Thomas. 1989. Supplement to West Indian amphibians and reptiles: a checklist
78. Schwartz, A. 1989. A review of the cybotoid anoles (Reptila: Sauria: Iguanidae) from Hispaniola.
79. Lynch, J.D. 1989. Intrageneric relationships of mainland Eleutherodactylus (Leptodactylidae) 1. A review of the frogs assigned to the Eleutherodactylus discoidalis species group.
80. Gonzalez, F.L. 1991. New species of Calisto (Lepidoptera: Satyridae) of the lyceia complex on Hispaniola
81. Schwartz, A. 1991. New species of Calisto (Lepidoptera: Satyridae) from the Corillera Central, Republica Dominicana
82. Sumpter, P., J.J. Meyer. 1991. Catalog of fossil type and figured specimens in the Milwaukee Public Museum
83. Sepkoski, J.J. 1992. Compendium of fossil marine animal families
84. Hughes, N.C. 1993. Distribution, taphonomy and functional morphology of the Upper Cambrian trilibite Dikelocephalus
85. Hobbs, H.H. 1993. Trophic relationships of North American freshwater crayfishes and shrimps
86. Watkins, R. 1993. Silurian of the Great Lakes Region. Part 1 : Wenlock Rhipidium community and conodont fauna frm Limestone Mountain, Michigan
87. Watkins, R. 1994. Silurain of the Great Lakes Region. Part 2: Paleontology of the Upper Llandovery Brabdon Bridge Formation, Walworth County, Wisconsin
88. Labandeira, C.C. 1994. Compendium of fossil insect families
89. Noonan, G.R. 1996. Classification, cladistics, and natural history of species of the subgenus Anisodactylus Dejean (Insecta: Coleoptera: Carabide: Harpalini: Anisodactylus)
90. Harris, M.T. 1996. Silurian of the Great Lakes Region. Part 3: Llandovery strata of the Door Peninsula, Wisconsin
91. Hughes, N.C. 1997. Stratigraphy and sedimentology of the St. Lawrence Formation, Upper Cambrian of the Northern Mississippi Valley
92. Watkins, R. 1999. Silurian of the Great Lakes Region. Part 4: Llandovery (Aeronian) brachiopods of the Burnt Bluff Group, northeastern Wisconsin and northern Michigan
93. Ferge, L.A, G.J. Balogh. 2000. Checklist of Wisconsin moths: superfamilies Drepanoidea, Geometroides, Mimallonoidea, Bombycoidea, Sphingoidea and Noctuoidea
94. Jass, J.P., B. Klausmeier. 2000. Atlas and bibliography of the first state and country records for Anostracans (Crustacea, Branchiopoda) of the contiguous United States
95. Jass, J.P., B. Klausmeier. 2001. Terrestrial isopod (Crustacea: Isopoda) atlas for Canada, Alaska and the contiguous United States
96. Austin, G.T. 2001. New Hesperiidae (Lepidoptera) from Costa Rica
97. Jass, J.P., B. Klausmeier. 2002. Minnesota and Wisconsin fairy shrimps (Crustacea: Branchiopoda: Anostraca) including information on other species of the Midwest. 
98. Anthony, N.M, et al. 2003. Small mammal community composition in native dry and wet prairies of southern Wisconsin
99. Jass, J.P. 2004. Distribution of gastropods in Wisconsin.
100. Jass, J.P., B. Klausmeier. 2004. Terrestrial isopod (Crustacea: Isopodia) atlas for Mexico.
101. Greeney, H.F. 2004. Fallen flower bracts of the stilt-root palm Iriartea deltoidea (Palmae: Iriaeteeae) as phytotelmata habitats in a lowland Ecuadorian rainforest. 
102. DeVries, P.J., B.C. Cabral, C.M. Penz. 2004. Early stages of Apodemia paucipuncta (Riodinidae): myrmecophily, a new caterpillar ant-organ and consequences for classification 
103. Watkins, R., P.S. Mayer, P.J. Coorough. 2007. Silurian of the Great Lakes Region. Part 5: Sedimentology and paleontology of the Silurian Waubakee Formation, Milwaukee and Ozaukee Counties, Wisconsin 


CATALOG SERIES

1. Luedtke, J. 1982. The Nunnemacher collection.


MPM OCCASIONAL PAPERS: NATURAL HISTORY

1. Neidhofer, J.R., S.K. Ong, C.K. Yu. 1968. Contributions to the lepidoptera.
2. Ludwig, G.M., C.R. Morden. 1970. The ecology of the northern mottled sculpin.


MPM POPULAR SCIENCE HANDBOOK SERIES

1. Fuller, A.M. 1947. Saving Wisconsin wildflowers.
2. Dickinson, W.E. 1949. Field guide to the lizards and snakes of Wisconsin.
3. Wolff, E.R. 1950. Revolver classification: laboratory textbook of firearms identification for collectors and students.
4. Ritzenthaler, R.E. 1953. Prehistoric Indians of Wisconsin.
4.2 Ritzenthaler, R.E. 1967. Prehistoric Indians of Wisconsin, revised ed.
4.3 Ritzenthaler, R.E. 1979. Prehistoric Indians of Wisconsin, 2nd revised ed.
5. Bascom, W.R., P. Begauer. 1953. Handbook of West African art.
6. Douglass, J.M. 1954. The Indians in Wisconsin’s history.
7. Hunt, W.B. 1957. Kachina dolls.
8. Dickinson, W.E. 1960. Handbook of Wisconsin fishes.
9. Wolff, E.G. 1961. Guns: the story behind the Nunnemacher collection.
10. Dickinson, W.E. Amphibians and turtles of Wisconsin.
11. Ritzenthaler, R.E. 1967. A guide to Wisconsin Indian projectile point types.
12. Ebner, J.A. 1970. Butterflies of Wisconsin.
13. Frankowiak, R. 1972. Fun with fish: a hobby guide for fishermen.


PRIMITIVE ART SERIES

1. Ritzenthaler, R.E. 1961. The Miller Collection of Sioux Indian Drawings.
2. Mochon, M.J., R.E. Ritzenthaler (ed). 1966. Masks of the northwest coast.
3. Ritzenthaler, R.E. 1969. Iroquois false-face masks.
4. Schwartz, N.B.A. 1969. Mambilla: Art and material culture.


PUBLICATIONS IN ANTHROPOLOGY

1. Ritzenthaler, R.E. 1954. Native money of Palau.
2. Ritzenthaler, R.E., F,A. Peterson. 1956. The Mexican Kickapoo Indians.
3. Rowe, C.W. 1956. The effegy mound culture of Wisconsin.
4. Slotkin, J.S. 1957. The Menomini powpow: A study in cultural decay.
5. Niehoff, A. 1959. Factory workers in India.
6. Niehoff, A., J. Niehoff. 1960. East Indians in the West Indies.
7. Callender, C. 1960. Social organization of the Central Algonkian Indians.
8. Ritzenthaler, R.E., P. Ritzenthaler. 1962. Cameroons village: An ethnography of the Bafut.
9. McKern, W.C. 1963. The Clam River focus.
10. Gebauer, P. 1964. Spider divination in the Cameroons.
11. Parsons, L.A. 1967. Bilbao, Guatemala: An archaeological study of the Pacific coast and Cotzumalhuapa region, vol. 1.
12. Parsons, L.A. 1969. Bilbao, Guatemala: An archaeological study of the Pacific coast and Cotzumalhuapa region, vol. 2.


PUBLICATIONS IN ANTHROPOLOGY AND HISTORY

1. Kehoe, Thomas F. 1973. Thr Gull Lake: A prehistoric bison drive site in Southwestern Saskatchewan.
2. Parsons, Lee A. 1974. Pre-Columbia America: The art or archaeology of South, Central, and Middle America.
3. Bloomfield, Leonard edited by Charles F. Hackett. 1975. Menomini lexicon.
4. Dornemann, Rudolph H. 1983. The archaeology of the Transjordan in the Bronze and Iron Age.


PUBLICATIONS IN BIOLOGY AND GEOLOGY

1. Nickerson, M.A., C.E. Mays. 1973. The hellbenders: North American “giant salamanders”.
2. Williams, K.L. 1978. Systematics and natural history of the American milk snake, Lampropeltis triangulum.
3. Clark, T.W. 1977. Ecology and ethology of the white-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys leucurus).
4. Varkey, A. 1979. Comparative cranial myology of North American natricine snakes.
5. Dibben, M.J. 1980. The chemosystematics of the lichen genus Pertusaria in North America north of Mexico.
6. Wilson, L.D., J.R. Meyer. 1982. The snakes of Honduras.
7. Parker, W.S., W.S. Brown. 1980. Comparative ecology of two colubrid snakes, Masticophis t. taeniatus and Pituophis melanoleucus deserticola, in Northern Utah.
8. Taylor, W.C. 1984. Arkansas ferns and fern allies.


MPM PUBLICATIONS IN BOTANY

1. Greene, H.C., J.T. Curtis. 1955. A bibliography of Wisconsin vegetation.
2. Kruschke, E.P. 1955. The hawthorns of Wisconsin, part 1.
3. Kruschke, E.P. 1965. Contributions to the taxonomy of Crataegus.


MPM PUBLICATIONS IN GEOLOGY

1. Emielity, J.G. 1963. Silurian triblobites of southeastern Wisconsin: a guide for fossil collectors.


MPM PUBLICATIONS IN ORNITHOLOGY

1. Buss, I.O., H.M. Mattison. 1955. A half century of change in bird populations of the lower Chippewa River, Wisconsin.


MPM PUBLICATIONS IN HISTORY

1. Wolff, E.G. 1958. Air guns.
2. Wolff, E.G. 1961. The Nye-Terry-Greene breech-loader complex.
3. Beihoff, N.J. 1961. Ivory sculpture through the ages.
4. Perrin, R.W.E. 1962. Historic Wisconsin buildings: a survey in pioneer architecture, 1835-1870.
4.2 Perrin, R.W.E. 1981. Historic Wisconsin buildings: a survey in pioneer architecture, 1835-1870, 2nd ed.
5. Wolff, E.G. 1963. Air gun batteries.
6. Wolff, E.G. 1964. Wyatt Atkinson, riflesmith.
7. Herrl, G. 1965. The Carl P. Dietz collection of typewriters.
8. Wolff, E.G. 1967. The Scheiffel and Kunitomo air guns.
9. Perrin, R.W.E. 1968. Milwaukee landmarks: an American architectural heritage, 1859-1950.


MPM PUBLICATIONS IN MUSEOLOGY

1. de Borhegyi, S.F., E.A. Dodson. 1960. Bibliography of museums and museum work, 1900-1960.
2. de Borhegyi, S.F., E.A. Dodson, I.A.Hanson. 1961. Bibliography of museums and museum work, 1900-1960: supplementary volume.
3. de Borhegyi, S.F., I.A. Hanson. 1968. The museum visitor: selected essays and surveys of visitor reaction to exhibits in the Milwaukee Public Museum.
4. Perrin, R.W.E. 1975. Outdoor museums.
5. Schultz, M. 1977. The Urban habitat: the city and beyond.
6. Lurie, N.O. 1979. Not built in a day.
7. Osgood, C. 1979. Anthropology in museums of Canada and the United States.


MPM SPECIAL PUBLICATIONS IN ANTHROPOLOGY AND HISTORY

1. Sidoff, P.G. 1974. Art of the Congo: function and form in masks and figures.
2. Sidoff, P.G. 1977. Shrunken heads and tales of spirits.
3. Hoke, D. (ed). 1982. The history and sociology of technology: proceedings of the twenty-fourth annual meeting of the Society for the History of Technology, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, October 14-17, 1981.


MPM SPECIAL PUBLICATIONS IN BIOLOGY AND GEOLOGY

1. Czajka, A.F., M.A. Nickerson. 1974. State laws regulating the collecting of reptiles and amphibians in the fifty United States.
2. West, R.E. 1977. Paleontology and plate tectonics: with special reference to the history of the Atlantic Ocean:  Proceedings of a symposium presented at the North American Paleontological Convention II, Lawrence, Kansas, August 9, 1977.
3. Brown, L.E., D. Moll. 1979. Status of the nearly extinct Illinois mud turtle (Kinosternon flavescens spooneri Smith 1951) with recommendations for its conservation.
4. Henderson, R.W., A. Schwartz. 1984. A guide to the identification of the amphibians and reptiles of Hispaniola.
5. Hobbs, H.H., J.P. Jass. 1988. The crayfishes and shrimp of Wisconsin (Cambaridae, Palaemonidae)