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Anthropology

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 543 Collections and/or Records:

Anthropology--Europe, Russia, 1960-1969

 File
Identifier: M060.01.0001.0009
Overview Clippings, offprints
Dates: 1960-1969

Anthropology--General, 1913-1964

 File
Identifier: M060.01.0001.0010
Overview Clippings, offprints
Dates: 1913-1964

Anthropology--South and Central America, Mexico, 1941-1967

 File
Identifier: M060.01.0001.0011
Overview Clippings, offprints
Dates: 1941-1967

Anthropology--Southwestern Indians, 1927-1962

 File
Identifier: M060.01.0001.0012
Overview Offprints
Dates: 1927-1962

Anthropology--United States, not Southwest, 1888-1971

 File
Identifier: M060.01.0001.0013
Overview Clippings, offprints
Dates: 1888-1971

Anthropology and psychology; anthropology theory, 1950-1958

 File
Identifier: M060.02.0011.0021
Overview Magazine articles, notes, correspondence
Dates: 1950-1958

Apocrypha-New English Bible: book notes, 1901-1975

 File
Identifier: M020.03.0003.0087
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles on cross-world communications, together with information on American archaeological sites. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.
Dates: 1901-1975

'Arabs Discover America Before Columbus” by Prof. M. D. W. Jeffreys, from Muslim Digest, September, 1953: book notes and copies; Mu-Lan Pci - A Case for Pre-Columbian Transatlantic Travel by Arab Ships, by Hui-Lin Li.: book notes; Arts and Architecture of Ancient America by George Kiblev: book notes; and notes on other books on Mayan topics, 1901-1975

 File
Identifier: M020.03.0003.0029
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles on cross-world communications, together with information on American archaeological sites. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.
Dates: 1901-1975