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Special Publication No. 2
Human Osteology: A Laboratory and Field Manual
5th edition (spiral bound)
William M. Bass (2005) 
Revised 5th edition of the classic field and laboratory manual of the human skeleton by a reknowned forensic anthropologist and founder of the "Human Body Farm." Covers all 206 bones of the human adult body.
Remains a favorite reference and text for identifying human skeletal remains and for providing estimations of age, sex, stature or height, and race. A library and personal bookshelf must for those in the fields of archaeology, bioanthropology, physical anthropology, beginning human osteology and human anatomy, and forensic science. Highly demanded, affordable text used at colleges and universities throughout the world.
Contains 203 illustrations and 64 tables, appendices, references, and index (xviii + 366 pp).
Special Publication No. 3
B. Miles Gilbert (1990) 
This large-format volume is a valuable reference for mammalogists, vertebrate zoologists, conservationists, archaeologists, and archaeozoologists or zooarchaeologists.
Also provides information for identifying different ungulates (horse, bison, elk, deer, antelope, sheep, and goats) and canids (wolves, dogs, coyotes, and foxes), and for aging most large mammals based on teeth.
Contains range maps, biographical sketches of species, and over 250 pages of bone illustrations (427 pp).
New Edition scheduled for release Summer 2017
Special Publication No. 4
B. Miles Gilbert, L. D. Martin, and H. G. Savage (1996) 
Please note, this volume is currently out of print. The companion volume to Mammalian Osteology, this osteology of North American birds contains sections on avian osteoarchaeology, skeletal differences separating male/female and wild/domestic turkeys, and keys to separating families by elements. (252 pp.)