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American Philosophical Society
Library of Lewis Henry Morgan and Mary Elizabeth Morgan (Transactions 84-6 & 84-7)
Thomas R. Trautmann & Karl Sanford Kabelac
Transactions 84 No. 6 & 7
Lewis Henry Morgan (1818-1881) was America’s leading ethnologist in his day, & his scholarship played a role of exceptional importance during the critical period of the 1860s-1880s when anthropology was beginning to crystalize as a specialized field of research. Contents of this vol.: Lewis Henry Morgan & His Library; Morgan’s Life & Works; The Library & Its Contents; Analysis of the Collection; Explanation of the Inventory, Catalogue, & Register; Bibliography of Morgan’s Publications; The Inventory; The Catalogue; & Register of the Morgan Papers. Illus.
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