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Some no. combined.
Chiefly in Spanish with some English.
Vols. 1 (1941)-13 (1953). 1 v.; vols. 1 (1941)-40 (1980). 3 v. (Also indexes Anuario indigenista, Boletín indigenista (Mexico City, Mexico), and Noticias indigenistas de América).
Has supplement: Boletín indigenista (Mexico City, Mexico), 1941-1961; Anuario indigenista, 1962-1989 (issued also in English as Indianist yearbook, 1962); Anuario indigenista (Inter-American Indian Institute : 1990), 1990-<1997>.
Ceased in print format. Continued by: América indígena (CD-ROM) and: América indígena (Online).
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