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New Numbers/ Kinsources

(Kinsources)

Project: Binford foragers, Ethnoatlas and Kinsources

The idea here is for Giorgio Gosti, Woodrow Denham, Doug White, and Duran Bell to collaborate on questions about the kinship and marriage networks of foragers to see if larger cohesive marriage networks account for "fractal unit" differences between 4-6 as described in Marcus J. Hamilton et al., 2007. Denham coded many of the genealogies. Kinsources has the network data. [Topical_publications:_Douglas_R._White#White_et_al._papers Doug White has various articles on kinship networks] and pajek network analysis as well as Puck software and Repast kinship and R simulations.

123 columns are gathering, hunting, fishing as defined my Murdock
   EAtlas
        Kinsources
Original list: 10 are good
na- Agta 
na- Alyawarra  
235 Nb05 Eyak 1890 Alaska Eyak
055 Na22 NU05 Igluligmiut1949: Ban Island (EA: Cmnty of Iglulik1960)
046 Na03 NU19 Copper Inuit
         n.a. Hadza: (pending approval from the coder) 
820 Aa01 AF01 !Kung:
046 Na23 NU02 Labrador Inuit
237 Na43 NU09 Netsilik Inuit
172 Na12 NU13 Nunamiut1885 Inuit (1885 1900 1960) 
532 Id03 n.a. Tiwi (code from book)
    Vedda (too acculturated) 
In Kinsources and book: 10 are good counting 1 Ojibwa and Semang
631 Aa05 AF02 Mbuti
235 Na15 ND04 Dogrib
064 Na44 NU03 Takamiut Inuit
145 Na20 ND06 Kutchin
541 Nd48 ND09 Paiute-Gosiute
316 Id13 AU05/06 1941/8 Winindiljaugwa (Groote Eylandt)
028 Na24 NU01 Angmagsalik Inuit
334 Nd46 ND11 Agaiduka Shoshone1880 (J. Steward)
343 Na   ND08 Ojibwa1949 (J. Garth Taylor ethnography) 
    Na   ND07 Ojibwa (Edward Rogers ethnography)
433 Ej03 AS04 Semang (Schebesta) 
532 Nd   AU03 Mimuyt (same region/type as Id02 Murngin?)
         AU04 Ngatatjara (Binford)
         NU04 Belcher Island Inuit (M. Freeman) 
N=18 have Ethnographic Atlas 
(8 are Inuit NU; taking three):
16+ more or less independent cultures deleting 5 Inuit


Five numbers adding to 10 are for
col 1 Gathering
col 2 Hunting 
col 3 Fishing
BOEHM - In Supernatural Sanctioning
Boehm - in list of 80 coded
18 cases of foragers in Kinsources plus one possible case with two different dates
Rose, Frederick G. G. 1960. Classification of Kin, Age Structure and Marriage amongst the Groote Eylandt Aborigines: A Study in Method and a Theory of Australian Kinship. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag.
  • GCBS NU10 03700 BOEHM Na03 Copper Eskimo (SCCS 124) 1915-1922 (Kinsources) Rasmussen, Knud. 1932. Intellectual Culture of the Copper Eskimo. Report of the Fifth Thule Expedition 1921-1924, vol. 9. Copenhagen: Gyldendalske Boghandel.
Damas, David. 1969. Band Societies. National Museum of Canada Bulletin 228.
  • GCBS NU13 03700 Na2 Tareumiut (Kinsources) Burch, Ernest S., Jr. (1975) Eskimo Kinsmen: Changing Family Relationships in Northwest Alaska. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co. Atlas Code SCCS culture/society code. Na2 a different group (Atlas Tareumiut a bit further north)
  • GCBS NU13 17200 Boehm Na12 Nunamiut 1950 (Kinsources) Burch, Ernest S., Jr. (1975) Eskimo Kinsmen: Changing Family Relationships in Northwest Alaska. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co.
Spencer, Robert F. (1959), The North Alaskan Eskimo: A Study in Ecology and Society. Washington, DC: Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 171.
David Damas, Fr. J. M. Trebaol Igluligmiut 1949 NU06 Na22 Canadian Inuit, Melville Peninsula + Baffin Island in 1949; 334 cases, 1 census. (Kinsources) Damas, David (1963) Igluligmiut kinship and local groupings: A structural approach. Ottawa: National Museum of Canada Bulletin 196, plus unpublished Genealogical, demographic and census data for the Iglulik Inuit of the Central Canadian Arctic recorded by Fr. J. M. Trebaol in 1949 in possession of Woodrow Denham.
Dene Dogrib 1959 (Kinsources) Helm, June and Nancy O. Lurie. 1961. The Subsistence economy of the Dogrib Indians of Lac la Matre District of the Northwest Territories. Ottawa: Northern Coordination and Research Center, Department of Northern Affairs and Natural Resources.
Helm, June. 1965. Bilaterality in the socio-territorial organization of the Arctic Drainage Dene. Ethnology 4(4):361-85.
Kutchin 1947 (Kinsources) Slobodin, Richard (1969) Band organization of the Peel River Kutchin. Ottawa: National Museum of Canada , Bulletin 179.
  • GCBS NU02 04600 Boehm Na23 Labrador Eskimo 1776 (Kinsources) Taylor, Garth J. 1974. based on data from J. L. Beck. 1777.. Labrador Eskimo settlements of the Early Contact Period. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, Publications in Ethnology 9.
  • GCBS NU01 02800 Boehm E. Greenland? Na24 Angmagsalik 1884 (Kinsources) Hansen, J. 1914. In Thalbitzer, William, ed. The Ammassalik Eskimo; being contributions to the ethnology of the East Greenland natives, v. 1. The ethnological and anthropological results of G. Holm's Expedition in 1883-85 and G. Amdrup's Expedition in 1898-1900 as presented in various papers by G. Holm, Søren Hansen, H. Rink, J. Hansen (Hansêrak), Johan Petersen and William Thalbitzer. Copenhagen: B. Luno, 1914.
  • GCBS NU09 23700 BOEHM Na43 Netsilik 1922 (Kinsources) Rasmussen, Knud. 1931. The Netsilik Eskimo: social life and spiritual culture. Report of the Fifth Thule Expedition 1921-1924, vol. 8(1-2). Copenhagen: Gyldendalske Boghandel.
Damas, David (1969) Band Societies. National Museum of Canada Bulletin 228, plus unpublished data in possession of Woodrow Denham.
  • GCBS NU03 06400 Na44 Taqagmiut "Quebec Inuit/Ungava Peninsula" 1927/1964 (Kinsources) (Takamiut) Book owned by Doug 12:08, 9 March 2011 (PST) Nelson H. H. Graburn. 1964. Eskimo Kinship Terminology. Otta: Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources. http://www.jstor.org/pss/3772793 CORRECT CORRESPONDENCE of Na44 and NU03
  • Na23 Labrador Eskimo (Sukinninmiut) wrt Koksoagmiut is 1890, Hawkes M. W. 1916, Turner, L.M. 1894. UNCLEAR WHETHER THIS IS GROUP IN BINFORD OR NU03 Na44 Graburn
  • GCBS ND10 23500 Nb05 Eyak (SCCS 130) 1960 (Kinsources) Birket-Smith, Kaj and Frederica de Laguna. 1938. The Eyak Indians of Copper River Delta, Alaska. Copenhagen: Levin and Munksgaard.
Federica de Laguna and Kaj Birket-Smith. 1976. Eyak Indians of the Copper River Delta, Alaska.
  • GCBS ND10 33400 Nd32 Panamint Shoshone 1860-1890 Lemhi River. (Kinsources) Steward, Julian, H. 1938. Basin-Plateau Aboriginal Socio-Political Groups. Washington, DC: Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 120. Binford #195.
  • GCBS ND09 54100 GCBS 1880 Nd30 Owens Valley Paiute or Eastern Mono Paiute]] 1860-1890 (Kinsources) In, Steward, Julian, H. 1938. Basin-Plateau Aboriginal Socio-Political Groups. Washington, DC: Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 120. Binford 202.
(Kinsources) 1880 Northern Paiute (Wadadokado),, Deep Springs Valley, CA, and Fish Lake Valley, NV; 139 cases, 2 censuses.

THESE TWO NOT IN DENHAM's GCBS

  • 33400 Nd46 Agaiduka Shoshone 1860 Lemhi River. (Kinsources) Steward, Julian, H. 1938. Basin-Plateau Aboriginal Socio-Political Groups. Washington, DC: Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 120.
  • 54100 Nd48 Gosiute Paiute 1860 Deep Creek (Kinsources) In, Steward, Julian, H. 1938. Basin-Plateau Aboriginal Socio-Political Groups. Washington, DC: Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 120.
(Kinsources) 1880 Northern Paiute (Wadadokado), Deep Springs Valley, CA, and Fish Lake Valley, NV; 139 cases, 2 censuses.
  • Patricia Roberts Clark. Tribal Names of the Americas: Spelling Variants and Alternative Forms, Cross-Referenced
Wadadokado = Northern Paiute (Google eBook)
Two cases 90% forager, one not in Kinsources
AS02 81010 Eg01 Chenchu 1940 (Kinsources)  
AS01 22301 Ec07 Ainu (SCCS 118) 1980 (Kinsources) 
.... 41500 Nb04 Yurok (SCCS 136- not in Kinsources

Old Numbers/ Kinsources

http://kinsource.net/csac/wiki/kinsrc/download/KinSources/Ainu/GCBSManualREADFIRST.pdf

n.a. Id03 Tiwi Jane Goodale's book has the Genealogies
AF01 Aa01 !Kung (SCCS 2) 1952 (Kinsources) Old EA number Book owned by Doug 09:12, 17 July 2010 (PDT)
AF02 Aa05 Mbuti (SCCS 13) 1957 (Kinsources) Old EA number  
Ac06 Ndembu 1930 (NOT IN KINSOURCES YET) Old EA number
Ac07 Yao 1920 (NOT IN KINSOURCES YET) Old EA number  Book owned by Doug 09:12, 17 July 2010 (PDT)
Ad06 Nyakyusa 1931 (SCCS 8) (Kinsources) Old EA number Book owned by Doug 09:12, 17 July 2010 (PDT) 
Ca02 Somali (SCCS 36) SCCS 1900 EA 1950 (NOT IN KINSOURCES YET) Old EA number
Cc13 Udalen Tuareg 1920 (Kinsources) Old EA number
EU01 Cg04 Lapps (SCCS 52) 1951 (Kinsources) Old EA number Book owned by Doug 09:12, 17 July 2010 (PDT)
AS01 Ec07 Ainu 1980 (Kinsources) Old EA number
AS02 Eg01 Chenchu 1940 (Kinsources) Old EA number
AS04 Eh04 Vedda (SCCS 80) 1905 (Kinsources) Old EA number
Eh06 Sinhalese Pul Eliya 1950 (Kinsources) Old EA number Book owned by Doug 09:12, 17 July 2010 (PDT)
AS03 Ej03 Semang (SCCS 77) 1924/1950 (Kinsources) Old EA number
AU05 Id13 Groote Islandt Wanindiljaugwa 1941 (Kinsources) Old EA number
If02 Chuuk 1949 (SCCS 109) (Kinsources) Old EA number (Truk) Book owned by Doug 09:12, 17 July 2010)
Ig09 Manus 1929 (Kinsources) Old EA number
Ii02 Tikopia 1930 (NOT IN KINSOURCES YET)
NU10 Na03 Copper Eskimo 1915-1922 (SCCS 124) (Kinsources) Old EA number
NU13 Na02 Tareumiut    (Kinsources) Old EA number  a different group
NU13 Na12 Nunamiut    (Kinsources) Old EA number
NU06 Na13 Baffinland 1922 (Kinsources) Old EA number
ND05 Na15 Dogrib 1959 (Kinsources) Old EA number
ND06 Na20 Kutchin 1947 (Kinsources) Old EA number
NU05 Na22 Iglulik 1920 (Kinsources) Old EA number
NU02 Na23 Labrador Eskimo 1776 (Kinsources) Old EA number
NU01 Na24 Angmagsalik 1884 (Kinsources) Old EA number
NU09 Na43 Netsilik 1922 (Kinsources) Old EA number
NU03 Na44 Taqagmiut 1927/64(Kinsources) Old EA number
ND10 Nb05 Eyak (SCCS 130) 1960 (Kinsources) Old EA number
Nb04 Yurok - not in Kinsources
ND10 Nd46 Agaiduka 1860 (Kinsources) Old EA number
ND09 Nd not Gosiute Shoshone 1880 (Kinsources) Old EA number. Native Americans, Northern Paiute, Deep Springs Valley, CA, 
and Fish Lake Valley, NV, 1880; 139 cases, 2 censuses. In, Steward, Julian, H. (1938) Basin-Plateau Aboriginal Socio-Political
Groups. Washington, DC: Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 120.
Nf03 Omaha 1880 (SCCS 143) (Kinsources) Old EA number
Ng07 Natchez 1700 (SCCS 146) (Kinsources) Old EA number

Concordance

Timothy J. O'Leary. 1969. Concordance of the Ethnographic Atlas with the Outline of World Cultures. Cross-Cultural Research 4: 165-186.

SCCS

SCCS societies - books in UCI library

Ih3 Pentecost (SCCS 101)

Original Murdock publication by installments

drwhite4 k...0 http://www.jstor.org/action/showPublication?journalCode=ethnology

all issues of Ethnology except the last five years

Ethnology issues and society numbers in the ethnographic atlas - abstracts
Expansion of the Ethnographic Atlas and SCCS
1962
1.1 1 1-100 EA#1
1.2 2 101- EA#2
1.3 3 201- EA#3
1.4 4 301- EA#4
1963
2.1 5 301- EA#5 http://www.jstor.org/stable/3772972
2.2 6 401- EA#6 http://www.jstor.org/stable/3772822
2.3 7 456- EA#7
2.4 8 458- EA#8
1964
3.1 9 484- EA#9
3.2 10 523- EA#10
3.3 11 610- EA#11
3.4 12 629- EA#12
1965
4.1 13 636- EA#13
4.2 14 668- EA#14
4.3 15 635,698-702- EA#15
4.4 16 703- EA#16
1966
5.1 17 726- EA#17
5.2 18 839- EA#18
5.3 19 916- EA#19 http://www.jstor.org/stable/3772775
5.4 20 1088- EA#20 http://www.jstor.org/stable/3772723
1967
6.1 21 1105- EA#21 http://www.jstor.org/stable/3772740
6.2 22 1133- EA#22 
Ethnographic Atlas: A Summary (pp. 109-236)
6.4 23 1171- EA#23 http://www.jstor.org/stable/3772833
1968
7.1 24 1185-1241 EA#23 http://www.jstor.org/stable/3772813  -- http://www.jstor.org/stable/i290940
7.2 25 1245-1251 EA#25 http://www.jstor.org/stable/3772749
7.3 26 1252-1264 EA#26 http://www.jstor.org/stable/3772897 Addenda and corrigenda partly received from correspondents but largely compiled from researches of the  Cross-Cultural Cumulative Coding Center.
1969
8.4 1253-1255 SCCS Murdock and White 1968 Standard Cross Cultural Sample. 
1970
9.2 Kin Term Patterns and Their Distribution
9.3 Subsistence Economy and Supportive Practices: Cross-Cultural Codes 1
1971
10.1 27 1256-1264 EA#27 Ethnographic Atlas: Largely cases from the Cross-Cultural Cumulative Coding Center
10.2
10.3 359-368  Cross-Sex Patterns of Kin Behavior
10.4 Infancy and Early Childhood: Cross-Cultural Codes 2 
1972
11.4 Political Organization: Cross-Cultural Codes 4 (pp. 436-464)  
1973
12.2 Factors in the Division of Labor by Sex: A Cross-Cultural Analysis (pp. 203-225) 
1974
13.1 Path Analysis: Some Anthropological Examples (pp. 105-128)  Kenneth Hadden and Billie DeWalt Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3773130 DOI: 10.2307/3773130
1976
15.1 Traits Inculcated in Childhood: Cross-Cultural Codes 5 (pp. 83-106)  
15.2 Conflicting Loyalties Theory: A Cross-Cultural Test (pp. 201-210)  
15.4 Cross-Cultural Codes on Twenty Sexual Attitudes and Practices(pp. 409-429)  
1977
16.2 Agents and Techniques for Child Training: Cross-Cultural Codes 6 (pp. 191-230) 
1978
17.2 Cross-Cultural Codes Dealing with the Relative Status of Women(pp. 211-237) 
17.4 World Distribution of Theories of Illness (pp. 449-470)  
17.4 Myths about Hunter-Gatherers Carol Ember
1979
18.1 Exogamy and Peace Relations of Social Units: A Cross-Cultural Test(pp. 85-99)  
18.2 Adolescent Initiation Ceremonies: A Cross-Cultural Code(pp. 199-210)   
1980
19.228?  Ethnographic Atlas XXVIII (pp. 245-263) Herbert Barry III
19.2 28 1265-1267 XXVIII Paperback – January 1, 1980 Adds three new societies what complete the codes for the 186 societies of the SCCS: Abkhaz, Jaliut Marshallese, Mbau Fijians. Table 1 has an alphabetized list of 1,267 societies in the EA. EA#28 Part 2 Herb Barry, with an alphabetical list (and subgroup names) of all societies in the Ethnographic Atlas. same list as part 1, which was misprinted.
1980 29 1268-1294 Ethnographic Atlas XXVIII: Part 2 (pp. 367-385)  Herbert Barry III
2001
2004
43.1 EA#30  Societies 1268-1294: Peoples of Siberia and Easternmost Europe. Dmitri M. Bondarenko, Alexander Kazankov, Daria Khaltourina, Andrey Korotayev.
2006
44.3 EA#31 Peoples of Easternmost Europe. Dmitri M. Bondarenko, Alexander Kazankov, Daria Khaltourina, Andrey Korotayev.




















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Expanded Ethnographic Atlas

Ethnographic Atlas XXVII Vol. 10, No. 1, Jan., 1971   http://www.jstor.org/discover/10.2307/3772803?uid=3739256&uid=2129&uid=2&uid=70&uid=4&sid=21102659093297
Ethnographic Atlas XXVIII Vol. 19, No. 2, Apr., 1980 http://www.jstor.org/discover/10.2307/3773274?uid=3739256&uid=2129&uid=2&uid=70&uid=4&sid=21102659093297
Ethnographic Atlas XXVIII Part 2 Vol. 19, No. 3, Jul., 1980 http://www.jstor.org/discover/10.2307/3773338?uid=3739256&uid=2129&uid=2&uid=70&uid=4&sid=21102659093297
42.4 ??? 29 [EA#29] Ethnographic Atlas XXIX pp. 367-386? Or is this XXX miscited? Ethnology 19:367-86
43.1 30 [EA#30] http://www.jstor.org/pss/3773857 Ethnographic Atlas XXX pp. 83-92 Peoples of Siberia.
43.1 30 1268-1277 2004 EA#30 Peoples of Siberia.
Korotayev, Andrey, Alexander Kazankov, Svetlana Borinskaya, Daria Khaltourina and Dmitri Bondarenko. 2004.
Ethnographic Atlas XXX: Peoples of Siberia. Ethnology 43:83–92.
44.3 31 [EA#31] http://www.jstor.org/stable/3774059 Ethnographic Atlas XXXI pp. 83-92 Peoples of Easternmost Europe.
Ethnographic Atlas XXXI Ethnology 44:pp. 261-289 --- http://www.researchgate.net/publication/220038680_Ethnographic_Atlas_XXXI_Peoples_of_Easternmost_Eurasia -- http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki//pdf/EuropeEAtlasXXXI.pdf
Andrej Korotayev, Alexander Kazankov, Svetlana Borinskaya, Daria Khaltourina, Dmitri Bondarenko. pp. 83-92.
44.3 31 1278-1294 2005 EA#31 Peoples of Easternmost Europe. 
Dmitri Bondarenko, Alexander Kazankov, Daria Khaltourina, Andrej Korotayev. pp. 261-289

Post-1965 Ethnographies

Selection of post-1965 Ethnographies

  • These should exclude regions of the 186-region SCCS with 1945-1965 ethnographies

Electronic versions of the Atlas and SCCS

Spss EthnographicAtlas as Revised and republished by World Cultures electronic journal.

Rdata format version of Ethnographic Atlas

This is an R-ready version of Pat Gray's SPSS version listed above. Some additional variables have been added from GIS sources, and weight matrices are provided for network lag modeling. The zip folder contains the following files:

  1. linguistic proximity matrix EAxxll.Rdata (contains one object: a matrix called "xll")
  2. geographical proximity matrix EAxxdd.Rdata (contains one object: a matrix called "xdd")
  3. Ethnographic Atlas dataframe with most variables as numeric EAx.Rdata (contains one object: a dataframe called "EAx")
  4. Ethnographic Atlas dataframe with most variables as factors EAxfactors.Rdata (contains one object: a dataframe called "EAxfactors")
  5. list of variables and descriptions in *.csv format EAvariables.csv
  6. draft codebook for the dataframe "EAx" EAcodebook.docx
  7. R script showing how the codebook and proximity matrices were constructed EA01.R

--Anthon.Eff 10:09, 20 April 2012 (PDT)

Codebook and corrections

                                  http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/worldcul/Codebook4EthnoAtlas.pdf

Kinsource in EA and SCCS - repeats

Aa1 !Kung (SCCS 2) 
Aa5 Mbuti (SCCS 13) 
Ac7 Yao 
Ad6 Nyakyusa (SCCS 8) 
Ca2 Somali (SCCS 36)
Cc13 Udalen 
Cg4 Lapps (SCCS 52) 
Ec7 Ainu 
Eg1 Chenchu 
Eh4 Vedda 
Eh6 Sinhalese 
Ej3 Semang (SCCS 77) 
If2 Chuuk (SCCS 100) 
Ig9 Manus 
Na2 Maori 
Na3 Copper Eskimo (SCCS 124) 
Na12 Nunamiut 
Na13 Baffinland 
Na15 Dogrib 
Na20 Kutchin 
Na22 Iglulik 
Na23 Labrador Eskimo 
Na24 Angmagsalik 
Na43 Netsilik 
Na44 Taqagmiut 
Nb5 Yurok (SCCS 130) 
Nd46 Agaiduka 
Ne48 Gosiute 
Nf3 Omaha (SCCS 143) 
Ng7 Natchez (SCCS 146) 

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