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Rigsby, B. J. (1999) Aboriginal people, spirituality and the traditional ownership of land. International Journal of Social Economics, 27 7/8/9: 963-973. 698  
Rigsby, B J (2006) Custom and Tradition: Innovation and Invention. Macquarie Law journal, 6 Customes in Common: 113-138. 47  
Rigsby, B. J. (1999). Genealogies, kinship and local group composition: Old Yintjingga (Port Stewart) in the late 1920s. In J. D. Finlayson, B. Rigsby and H. Bek (Ed.), Connections in Native Title: Genealogies, Kinship and Groups (pp. 107-123) Canberra: Cen. for Aboriginal Economic Policy Res., ANU. 43  
Rigsby, B. J. and Peterson, N. (2005). Introduction. In B. Rigsby and N. Peterson (Ed.), Donald Thomson. The Man and Scholar (pp. 1-16) Canberra: The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia. 35  
Finlayson, J. D., Rigsby, B. J. and Bek, H. (1999). Introduction. In J. D. Finlayson, B. Rigsby and H. Bek (Ed.), Connections in Native Title: Genealogies, Kinship and Groups (pp. 1-13) Australian National University, Canberra: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research. 26  
Hafner, D. A., Rigsby, B. J. and Allen, L. (2007) Museums and memory as agents of social change. The International Journal of the Humanities, 5 6: 87-94. 107  
Hafner, Diane, Rigsby, Bruce, Allen, Lindy, Wilmot, Simon and Wrench, Rosemary (2007). Museums and memory as agents of social change. In: Proceedings of: The Fifth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities. The Fifth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, Paris, France, (). 17-20 July 2007. 79  
Rigsby, Bruce and Hafner, Diane (2011). Place and property at Yintjingga/ Port Stewart under Aboriginal law and Oueensland law. In Brett Baker, Ilana Mushin, Mark Harvey and Rod Gardner (Ed.), Indigenous language and social identity: Papers in honour of Michael Walsh (pp. 33-44) Canberra, ACT, Australia: Pacific Linguistics. 206 9
Rigsby, Bruce and Finley, Michael (2009) Priest rapids: Places, people, and names.. Journal of Northwest Anthropology, 43 1: 57-86. 47  
Rigsby, B. J. (1999) Review of C.M. Hann, ed., Property Relations. Renewing the Anthropological Tradition. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 5 2: 324-325. doi:10.2307/2660745 79   0 0
Rigsby, B. J. (1999) Review of Sam D. Gill, Storytracking. Texts, Stories, and Histories in Central Australia. Journal of Anthropological Research, 55 2: 324-325. 57  
Rigsby, Bruce (2010). Social theory, expert evidence and the Yorta Yorta rights appeal decision. In Louis Knafla and Haijo Westra (Ed.), Aboriginal title and indigenous peoples: Canada, Australia, and New Zealand (pp. 53-84) Vancouver, BC, Canada: UBC Press. 74 10
Rigsby, B. J. (2005). The Languages of Eastern Cape York Peninsula and Linguistic Anthropology. In B. Rigsby and N. Peterson (Ed.), Donald Thomson. The Man and Scholar (pp. 129-142) Canberra, ACT, Australia: The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia. 109 3
Rigsby, Bruce (2010). The origin and history of the name 'Sahaptin'. In Virginia Beaert and Sharon Hargus (Ed.), Ichishkíin Sínwit: Yakama/Yakima Sahaptin Dictionary (pp. xviii-xxi) Toppenish, WA, U.S.A.: Heritage University; University of Washington Press. 26  
Rigsby, Bruce (2010). The origin and history of the name Yakama/Yakima. In Virginia Beavert and Sharon Hargus (Ed.), Ichishkíin Sínwit: Yakama/Yakima Sahaptin Dictionary (pp. xxii-xxxiv) Toppenish, WA, U.S.A.: Heritage University; University of Washington Press. 38  
Rigsby, Bruce (2000) The potlatch papers: A colonial case history, by Christopher Bracken. Anthropological Forum, 10 1: 110-112. doi:10.1080/00664670050006767 50   0
Rigsby, B. J. (2008). The Stevens Treaties, Indian Claims Commission docket 264, and the Ancient One known as Kennewick Man. In Alexander Harmon (Ed.), The power of promises: Rethinking Indian treaties in the Pacific Northwest Hardback ed. (pp. 244-276) Seattle, WA, U.S.A.: University of Washington Press. 117 4