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1877 – Born in Urenui, New Zealand on October. 1892 – He moved with his father to the Wairarapa. 1896 – He started attending Te Aute College, a school that produced many M ori leaders of the time. 1899 – He was named dux and passed a medical examination, entitling him to attend the University ..

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1837 – He was born in Thornbury, Pennsylvania on the 13th of May. 1858 – He graduate from Yale University, Brinton studied at Jefferson Medical College for two years and spent the next travelling in Europe.          – He continued his studies at Paris and Heidelberg. 1862-1865 – During the American Civil War, he ..

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1824 – He was born on the 28th of June. 1859 – He founded Paris Anthropology Society. 1861 – He studying connection between aphasia and brain lesions, discovered localization of articulate speech in region of left frontal brain (Broca’s area 1st known localization of brain function) 1871 – He wrote 5-volume memoirs "Memoirs of Anthropology". ..

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1865 – Born on April 27th in Ovruch, Russia. Russian anthropologist whose study of the Chukchi people of northeastern Siberia ranks among the classic works of ethnography.          – Founder of the Institute of the Northern Peoples in Leningrad, which did important applied anthropological work, particularly in documenting indigenous Siberian languages, and creating and ..

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US (German-born) anthropologist and ethnologist   1858 – Franz Boas was born on the 9th of July in Minden, Westphalia.   1881 – Boas received his doctorate in physics from the university at Kiel.   1883 – He went to Baffin Island to conduct geographic research on the impact of the physical environment on native ..

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1853 – Born on the 23rd of April in Paris, France.   Worked as records clerk in a police department.   1882 – Presented a criminal identification system known as anthropometry for law enforcement.   1884 – The system was quickly adopted widely by American and British police forces.   1899 – Witnessed for the ..

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US anthropologist and popularizer of anthropology   1887 – Born on the 6th of June in New York.   1909 – Graduated at Vassar College.   1919 – She entered graduate studies at Columbia University and studying under Franz Boas.   1923 – Received her PhD and joining the faculty in Columbia University.   1934 ..

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1863 – Daisy May Bates was born 16th of October in Tipperary, Ireland. 1884-1885 – Arrived in Australia and worked as a governess in Berry, New South Wales. 1894-1899 – Worked on the Review of Reviews in London and gaining expertise in journalism. 1899-1900 – She was at the Trappist mission, Beagle Bay, north of ..

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1815 – Johann Jakob Bachofen was born in Basel, Switzerland.   1838 – Studied law and ancient sciences in Berlin and Göttingen. He finished his studies with a voluminous doctoral thesis.   1840 – Became professor for Roman law, judge of his home town and got a political position.   1861 – Wrote the book ..

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