• The linguistic and ethnological position of the Nambicuára Indians. American Anthropologist, N. S., XXIII, Lancaster 1921, pp.471-477.

Com argumentação sumamente deficiente, o autor ousa concluir o seguinte: "…we may say that the physical habitus of the Nambicuára, their manners and customs, their material 'Kulturbesitz', and especially their language, place them near the Caribe-aruác family." (p. 477).
Segundo Loukotka ("Linguas indigenas do Brasil", p. 153), aquêles índios mato-grossenses formam uma família lingüística própria "com vestígios de Kamakan".

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