Seligman, Charles Gabriel

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Charles Gabriel Seligman (1873-1940), ethnologist, was part of A.C. Haddon's Cambridge anthropological expedition to the Torres Strait and Borneo in 1898. He led an anthropological expedition to New Guinea in 1904, and in 1906 was asked by the Ceylon government to make an ethnological study of the Veddas. Seligman was Professor of Ethnology in London University, 1913-34, and President of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 1923-25.

From the guide to the Charles Seligman: Ethnological Notes, c.1910-1940, (Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives)

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Andaman Islands
Borneo
Africa
New Guinea
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South America
Customs and traditions
Social anthropology
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Papua New Guinea
North America
Ethnology
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