American Ethnological Society
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The American Ethnological Society is the oldest professional anthropological association in the United States.
- written works: "Proceedings of the 1960 Annual Spring Meeting", "Essays on the Verbal & Visual Arts", "Cultural stability and cultural change", "Constitution and list of officers", "American anthropology, the early years"
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by Robert H. Winthrop
American Ethnological Society, Proceedings (I967):3-20.
Pioneering Lives From Ancient Times to the Mid-20th Century by Marilyn Ogilvie, Joy Harvey
Smith, Matilda Honors and memberships: American Ethnological Society, secretarytreasurer, vice-president, president, and editor; Royal Anthropological Institute, honorary secretary (1956). Died 1961. When Marian Smith was three years old ...
by Andrew Wiget
American Ethnological Society Publication 2. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1909. ——, and Morris Swadesh. Nootka Texts: Tales and Ethnological Narratives with Grammatical Notes and Lexical Materials. Philadelphia: Linguistic Society of America, 1939.
by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen
American Electroencephalographic Society; American Electroplaters Society; American Entomological Society; American Epidemiological Society; American Epilepsy Society; American Equilibration Society; American Ethnological Society; ...
by Josephine Paterek
" American Ethnological Society Monographs 1 947 1 1 .
Second Edition by Kenneth T. Jackson, Lisa Keller, Nancy Flood
James Bradley American Ethnological Society. Oldest professional anthropological organization in the United States. It was formed in New York City in 1842 by a group including Albert Gallatin, who was also its first president. Weakened by ...
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