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Physical Anthropology: Its scope and aims; its history and present status in America
American Journal of Physical Anthropology
AMERICA There is no natural line of demarkation that would separate the older from the more recent history of Physical Anthropology in this country, and it is even impossible to draw any artificial line. The division here adopted, into the history of the branch connected with workers who are no more with us and that connected with workers still living, is quite arbitrary and merely for the purpose of facilitating discussion. The writer would fain have left the task of recording the recentdoi:10.1002/ajpa.1330010301 fatcat:77rdxkqbcbhaviumzbt4kimezm