Published: July 2006
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Bibliography

Jurmain, Robert, and others. Introduction to Physical Anthropology, 10th edition. Thomson Wadsworth, 2005.

Klein, Richard G. The Human Career, University of Chicago Press, 1999.

Langdon, John H. The Human Strategy: An Evolutionary Perspective on Human Anatomy. Oxford University Press, 2005.

Stanford, Craig. Upright: The Evolutionary Key to Becoming Human. Houghton Mifflin Company, 2003

Stringer, Chris, and Peter Andrews The Complete World of Human Evolution. Thames and Hudson, 2005

Walker, Alan, and Pat Shipman. The Wisdom of the Bones: In Search of Human Origins. Vintage Books, 1996.

White, Tim D., and Pieter A. Folkens. The Human Bone Manual. Elsevier Academic Press, 2005.

Zimmer, Carl. mithsonian Intimate Guide to Human Origins. Smithsonian Books, 2005.

NGS Resources

Fischman, Josh. "Family Ties: Dmanisi Find" National Geographic (April 2005), 16-27.

Morwood, Mike. "The People Time Forgot: Flores Find" National Geographic (April 2005), 2-15.

Quammen, David "Was Darwin Wrong?" National Geographic (November 2004), 2-35.

Gore, Rick. "Georgian Skull" National Geographic (August 2002).

Gore, Rick. "The Dawn of Humans: Who Were the First Americans?" National Geographic (December 2000), 40-67.

Gore, Rick. "The Dawn of Humans: People Like Us." National Geographic (July 2000), 90-117.

Keyser, Andre."The Dawn of Humans: New Finds in South Africa." National Geographic (May 2000), 76-83.

Berger, Lee R. In the Footsteps of Eve: The Mystery of Human Origins. National Geographic Books, 2000.

Berger, Lee R. "The Dawn of Humans: Redrawing Our Family Tree." National Geographic (August 1998), 90-9.

Gore, Rick. "The Most Ancient Americans." National Geographic (October 1997), 92-9.

Gore, Rick. "The Dawn of Humans: Tracking the First of Our Kind." National Geographic (September 1997), 92-9.

Gore, Rick. "The Dawn of Humans: The First Europeans." National Geographic (July 1997), 96-113.

Gore, Rick. "The Dawn of Humans: Expanding Worlds." National Geographic (May 1997), 84-109.

Gore, Rick. "The Dawn of Humans: The First Steps." National Geographic (February 1997), 72-99.

Johanson, Donald C. "The Dawn of Humans: Face-to-Face with Lucy's Family." National Geographic (March 1996), 96-117.

Gore, Rick. "The Dawn of Humans: Neanderthals." National Geographic (January 1996), 2-35.

Leakey, Meave. "The Dawn of Humans: The Farthest Horizon." National Geographic (September 1995), 38-51

Weaver, Kenneth. "The Search for Our Ancestors: Stones, Bones, and Early Man." National Geographic (November 1985), 560-623.

Green, Michael. "Adventure in Indonesia." National Geographic World (January 1984), 3-9.

Morton, W. Brown "Indonesia Rescues Ancient Borobudur." National Geographic (January 1983), 126-42.