E. Adamson Hoebel Papers 1925-1993
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Franz Boas was an American anthropologist, studied the Eskimo and Northwest Coast Indians, and held positions at Columbia University and the American Museum of Natural History. From the description of Field notebooks and physical anthropological data, 1889-1897, n.d. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 86138565 American anthropologist Franz Boas studied the Eskimo and Northwest Coast Indians and held positions at Columbia University and the Americ...
Cora Alice Du Bois, an anthropologist, was one of the first female tenured professors at Harvard. She was a prominent figure in the culture and personality movement within American anthropology, and her fieldwork was among the Wintu in California, the community of Atimelang on the island of Alor in Indonesia, and Bhubaneswar, India. Du Bois was born October 26, 1903 in Brooklyn, New York. Her family lived in St. Quentin, France and Perth Amboy, New Jersey. Her father died when she was eightee...
From 1942 to 1946, Edward H. Spicer, Anthropology professor at the University of Arizona, was Head of the Community Analysis Section of the War Relocation Authority, in Washington, D.C. From the description of United States War Relocation Authority collection, 1942-1947. (University of Arizona). WorldCat record id: 29305373 Biography / Administrative History On February 19, 1942 President Roosevelt signed Executive Order ...
The interest of Karen Daniels Petersen (born ca. 1910) in Native Americans was sparked during childhood by her grandfather Asa W. Daniels and her great uncle Jared W. Daniels, who had come to Minnesota in the 1850s as U.S. government physicians to the Dakota Indians. In the 1950s Petersen began purchasing traditional Ojibwe crafts from residents of northern Minnesota reservations for resale through St. Paul churches. She collected and researched Indian artifacts for the Science Museum of Minneso...
American anthropologist. From the description of Letter 1968 June 12. (Denver Public Library). WorldCat record id: 38156541 Anthropologist. From the description of Collection re Margaret Mead, 1978-1979. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71131863 Anthropologist, author, and educator. From the description of Margaret Mead papers and South Pacific Ethnographic Archives, 1838-1996 (bulk 1911-1978). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71068917 M...
William Nelson Fenton is an anthropologist and ethnologist specializing in Iroquoian studies. From the description of Papers relating to Indian affairs, 1709-1797. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122439907 From the guide to the George Chalmers papers relating to Indian affairs, 1750-1775, 1750-1775, (American Philosophical Society) William N. Fenton is an anthropologist specializing in Iroquois studies. He has published many papers, rev...
Professor of anthropology. Born in Buffalo, N.Y. on May 16, 1907, Opler received a B.A. in sociology from the University of Buffalo in 1929, an M.A. in anthropology there in 1930, and a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in 1933. He served as an assistant anthropologist with the Bureau of Indian Affairs from 1936-1937. He taught sociology at Reed College in Oregon from 1937-1938, then served as assistant professor of anthropology at Claremont College in California from...
Sociologist. From the description of Reminiscences of Morris Janowitz: oral history, 1984. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122481748 Morris Janowitz was born on October 22nd, 1919 (Died November 7th, 1988), and grew up in Paterson, New Jersey. After graduating from Eastside High School and New York University with a Journalism degree, Morris entered the service in 1943. There he was commissioned by the Office of Strategic Services while wit...
Maurice B. Visscher, B.S. (1922) Hope College (Holland, MI), Ph.D. (1925), M.D. (1931) University of Minnesota. Appointed as professor and head of the department of physiology at the University of Minnesota in 1936. Member of the United States National Academy of Sciences, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the American Philosophical Society, president of the American Physiological Society, the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, the International Organization of Medical S...
Adams earned his Harvard AM in 1960 and his PhD in 1963. From the description of The significant traits of the main developmental stages of neolithic culture in Mesopotamia and Egypt / Richard E. Adams. December 9, 1959. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 228513113 ...
Secretary of the American Sociological Society. From the description of Correspondence with Johan Thorsten Sellin, 1933-1935. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 235045731 ...
Epithet: of Add MS 43000 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000678.0x0002bc John Moore was born in Massachusetts and moved to Talladega, Alabama. Although he was educated as a doctor, he entered the mercantile business in Alabama. He lost all his property in 1855 and moved to Texas. From the guide to the John Moore papers, 1837-1866, (Manuscripts and Archives) Epithet: Alderman of Queenhithe a...
Biography / Administrative History Production Agency: Voices International. Production partner, WDR, Westdeutscher Rundfunk, Cologne, Germany. Co-Producers - Everett Frost and Faith Wilding, Director - Everett Frost, Recording and Production Engineers: Audio Engineering Associates, Pasadena: Wes Dooley, Sarah Beebe, Pitt Kinsolving. Peter Sutheim, David Rapkin, Stephen Erickson. Major funding for the project was provided by the National Endow...
Fred Eggan was born in Seattle, Washington on September 12, 1906. His parents, Alfred J. and Olive Smith Eggan, later relocated to Lake Forest, Illinois, a north suburb of Chicago. In 1923 Eggan came to the University of Chicago as an undergraduate and continued on to earn an M.A. in psychology with a minor in anthropology in 1928. His master's thesis was entitled "An Experimental Study of Attitudes toward Race and Nationality." From 1928 to 1930 he taught psychology, so...
Daniel J. Gelo is Professor of Anthropology, Division of Behavioral and Cultural Sciences and Department of Anthropology at the University of Texas at San Antonio, and since 2004 has served as dean of UTSA’s College of Liberal and Fine Arts (COLFA). Gelo joined the faculty at UTSA in 1988 after receiving his Ph.D. in Anthropology from Rutgers University and has written extensively on the expressive and religious culture of American Indians of the Southern Plains and Texas. His publications inclu...
Edward Adamson Hoebel was an anthropologist and educator best known for his work in primitive law, particularly with the legal systems of the Cheyenne, Comanche, Pueblo, and Shoshoni Indians. From the description of Papers, 1925-1993. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122608882 E. Adamson Hoebel, B.A. (1928) University of Wisconsin, M.A. (1930) New York University, Ph.D. Columbia University. Was a widely recognized cultural anthropologist known fo...
Weston La Barre (1911-1996) was an anthropology professor at Duke University from 1946 to 1977. Prior to coming to Duke, La Barre worked in military intelligence in the U.S. Navy during World War II. From the description of Weston La Barre papers, 1930-1996. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 57757579 Ashley Montagu, born Israel Ehrenberg on June 28, 1905, was a British-American anthropologist, specializing in the areas of race and gender issues, as ...
Biography John Derek Freeman was born in Wellington, New Zealand, on August 16, 1916. He earned a B.A. (1939) from Victoria University, a M.Phil. (1948) from University of London, and a Ph.D. (1953) from Cambridge University. He was a professor at Australian National University, then emeritus professor and research fellow at the University's Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies. After completing the B.A., Freeman became a ...