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Balfour, H.1904. 'Presidential Address: The Relationship of Museums to
the Study of Anthropology'. JAI 34  10-19, Museums Journal vol 3 June 1904 pp 396-408.
1893. Notes on the Arrangement of the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford.
Barrett, J. et al. 1991. Landscape, monuments and society: The prehistory of Cranborne Chase. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Blackwood, B. 1970a. The Classification of Artifacts in the Pitt Rivers Museum Oxford. Occasional Papers on Technology, no. 11. Oxford: Pitt Rivers Museum.
1970b. The Origin and Development of the Pitt Rivers Museum. Offprinted from Occasional Papers on Technology, no. 11, Oxford: Pitt Rivers Museum.
Bowden, M. 1991. Pitt Rivers - The life and archaeological work of Lt. General Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt Rivers DCL FRS FSA. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Buxton, L.H. Dudley. 1929. The Pitt Rivers Museum Farnham.. The Farnham Museum, Dorset.
Caygill, M. and J. Cherry (eds.).1997. A.W. Franks. London: British Museum Press.
Chapman, W.R. 1981. 'Ethnology in the Museum'. Vols. I & II. Unpublished D.Phil. thesis. Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford
1984. 'Pitt Rivers and his collection, 1874 - 1883: The chronicle of a gift horse'. In B.A.L. Cranstone and S. Seidenberg (eds.),The General's Gift - A celebration of the Pitt Rivers Museum Centenary 1884-1984. Oxford: Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford Occasional Paper.
1985. 'Arranging Ethnology'. In G. Stocking (ed.),Objects and Others. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, History of Anthropology Series.
1989. 'The organisational context in the history of archaeology - Pitt Rivers and other British archaeologists in the 1860s'. Antiquaries Journal 69: 23-42.
1991. 'Like a Game of Dominoes: Augustus Pitt Rivers and the Typological Museum Idea'. In S. Pearce (ed.), Museum Economics and the Community, Vol. 2. London: Athlone, New Research in Museum Studies.
Cooper, A.T.P. 1977. 'Cranborne Chase and General Pitt Rivers.' In N. Byles (ed.),The Dorset Year Book 1977. Weymouth: Society of Dorset Men.
Cranstone, B.A.L. and S. Seidenberg. 1984. The General's Gift - A celebration of the Pitt Rivers Museum Centenary 1884-1984. Oxford: Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford Occasional Paper.
Fox, A.H.L. (Pitt Rivers). 1867 - 1868. 'Primitive Warfare', Parts I - III. JRUSI 11 : 612-43; JRUSI 12 : 399-439; andJRUSI 13 : 509-39.
1874a. 'On the principles of classification adopted in the arrangement of his anthropological collection now exhibited in the Bethnal Green Museum'. JAI 4: 293-308.
1874b. Catalogue of the Anthropological Collection lent by Colonel Lane Fox for exhibition in the Bethnal Green branch of the South Kensington Museum, June 1874. Parts I and II. London: Science and Art Department of the Committee of Council on Education, HMSO. (Re-issued 1879).
1874c. 'On Early Modes of Navigation'. JAI 4: 399-435.
1875. 'On the Evolution of Culture'. JAI 7: 357-89
1876. 'Presidential Address to the Anthropological Institute'.
JAI 5: 468-88.
1877. 'Presidential Address to the Anthropological Institute'.
JAI 6: 491-510.
1878. 'Observations on Mr Man's collection of Andamanese and Nicobarese objects'. JAI 7: 434-51.
1883. On the development and distribution of primitive locks and keys: illustrated by specimens in the Pitt Rivers Collection.. London: Chatto and Windus.
1891. 'Typological Museums, as exemplified by the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford and his provincial museum in Farnham Dorset.' Journal of the Society of Arts 40: 115-22
1906. (ed. J.L Myers, introduction by Henry Balfour).The Evolution of Culture and other essays . Oxford: Clarendon Press.
Gray, H. St.G. 1905. 'A Memoir of Lt-General Pitt-Rivers' [sic] in Excavations in Cranborne Chase. Vol V. Somerset, privately published.
1906. 'Lt General Pitt Rivers.' In Memoirs of Old Wiltshire. London: Bemrose and Sons.
Haddon, A.C. 1900. 'Pitt Rivers.' Obituary Notice. Nature 42: 59-60.
Hudson, K. 1987. Museums of Influence. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Hutton, J.H. 1944. 'The Presidential Address: The Place of Material Culture in the Study of Anthropology.' JRAI 74: 1-6.
King, J.C.H. 1997. 'Franks and Ethnography.' In M. Caygill & J. Cherry (eds.), A.W. Franks. London: British Museum Press.
Kuklick, H. 1991. The Savage Within: The Social History of British Anthropology 1885-1945. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Mack, J. 1997. 'Antiquities and the Public: the expanding Museum 1851 - 1896.' In M. Caygill & J. Cherry (eds.), A.W. Franks. London: British Museum Press.
Mallet, CE. 1924-7 (3 Vols.). A History of the University of Oxford . London: Methuen.
Man, E.H. nd. The Arts of the Andamanese and Nicobarese. London.
nd. The Nicobar Islands and Their People. Guildford: RAI and Billing & Sons.
1882. 'On the Andamanese and Nicobarese objects presented to Major General Pitt Rivers FRS.' JAI 11: 268-94.
Myres, J.L. 1953. 'Memories of the Pitt Rivers Museum.' In Oxford University Anthropological Society, Anthropology in Oxford: The Proceedings of the 500th meeting of the OUAS.
Nature [no named author]. 1880. 'General Pitt Rivers' (Lane Fox) Anthropological collection.' 22 - 23 September 1880, pp 489 - 493 & 511 - 514.
Oxford University Anthropology Society. 1953. Anthropology in Oxford : The Proceedings of the 500th meeting of the OUAS, February 1953.
Pearce, S.M. 1991. Museum Economics and the Community, Vol. 2. London: Athlone, New Research in Museum Studies.
1992. Museums, Objects and Collections: A Cultural Study. Leicester: Leicester University Press.
1995. On Collecting: An investigation in the European tradition. London: Routledge.
Penniman, T.K. 1965/1974. A Hundred Years of Anthropology. London: William Morrow.
1946. 'General Pitt Rivers.' Man 46: 70 - 71.
1953. 'A Note on the Beginning of Anthropology in Oxford.' In Oxford University Anthropological Society, Anthropology in Oxford: The Proceedings of the 500th meeting of the OUAS,
1953. 'The Pitt Rivers Museum.' Museum Journal 52: 243-46.
Petch, A. (ed.). 1997.Collectors: Collecting for the Pitt Rivers Museum. Oxford: Pitt Rivers Museum.
1997.The Early History of Lieutenant-General Pitt Rivers' Collection and the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford. Oxford: Pitt Rivers Museum.
1998. '"Man as he was and Man as he is": General Pitt Rivers' collections.' Journal of the History of Collections.
Pitt Rivers, M.A. 1995. A Short Guide to the Larmer Grounds Rushmore. (Privately printed).
Stocking, G. 1968. Race Culture and Evolution: Essays on the History of Anthropology. New York:
1971.''What's in a name: the origins of the RAI (1837-1871).' Man ns, 6: 369 - 90.
1983. Observers Observed: Essays on Ethnographic Fieldwork. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.
1985. Objects and Others: Essays on Museums and Material Culture. (Vol. 3 in the History of Anthropology series). Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.
1987. Victorian Anthropology. London:
1995. After Tylor. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press
Thompson, M.W. 1977. General Pitt Rivers: Evolution and Archaeology in the Nineteenth Century. Bradford-on-Avon: Moonraker Press.
Tylor, E.B. 1883. Dictionary of National Biography entry on Pitt Rivers. University Gazette, January 1883 page 4, and 6 February1883 p 294.
Urry, J. 1973. 'Notes and Queries on Anthropology and the development of field methods in British anthropology 1870 - 1920.' In Proceedings of the RAI , pp 45-57.
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