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After nearly half a century's work to establish the field of American physical anthropology, Dr. Ales Hrdlicka1 died quietly in his home in Washington, D.C. on September 5, 1943. A leading public intellectual, Hrdlicka had been the director of physical anthropology at the Smithsonian Institute for forty years. He was an original proponent of the Bering Strait theory of migration, at the time a controversial position arguing that the first humans in the Americas migrated from Asia across a landdoi:10.7916/d8pn9cmt fatcat:vaxjjea6dbatpat3jbqy5eisnq