Elisabeth Tooker Papers 1945-1994

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Elisabeth Tooker Papers 1945-1994

An anthropologist and student of Native American cultures, Elisabeth Tooker devoted a long career, much of it as a professor at Temple University, to study of the culture and ethnohistory of the Iroquois Indians of New York State. The Tooker Papers is arranged in six series, and contain her correspondence, subject files, research notes, and both published and unpublished papers.

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