There is plenty of ethnographic literature about inner cities that refers to what used to be called “corner men.”
As such, they also provide a kind of ethnographic record of tensions and conflicts in a society.
My ethnographic and experimental work confirmed this again and again.
Most ethnographic accounts (see n. 79) above list the use of eagle down.
Its skull now displays its beauties at the ethnographic Museum at Rome.
There is also a great deal of random information in the ethnographic and historical literature.
On Sundays, you see, it is at the same hour as the ethnographic!
For the Central Wappo there is a paucity of ethnographic data.
Kumliens remarks on this subject, as well as on other ethnographic subjects, are not trustworthy.
Decide about it, ye that are learned in the ethnographic distinctions of our race—but heaven defend us from the Bourbonnaises!