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Anthropology Exhibit

Smithsonian Institution Archives
Anthropology exhibit of the Chilkat Indian group at the National Museum of Natural History.

Anthropology Exhibit

Smithsonian Institution Archives
Anthropology exhibit of the Tehuelche Indians of Patagonia at the National Museum of Natural History.

Cultural Anthropology

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Front cover depicts, on yellow ground, an image of a Native American woman grooming a Native American child in an elliptical dark green border. Surrounding the image is the title "CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY," printed in dark green. Below the title is the phrase, "THIRD EDITION," followed by the name of the author, "Marvin Harris." Printed at the top of the spine is the author's last name followed by the title and "3E." At the bottom of the spine is the Harper Collins colophon. Printed on the back cover is a summary of the book followed by information on the author. Dispersed through the book cover are small orange anthropological symbols.

Anthropology Exhibit

Smithsonian Institution Archives
Exhibit screen featuring a variety of spears for display at the United States National Museum.

Anthropology and Multiculturalism

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Putting Anthropology Into Schools

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Anthropology as a Career

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The Art of Anthropology

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Anthropology Hall, USNM

Smithsonian Archives - History Div
See 1930s image, neg. #27069, for a close-up of the front exhibit case of just the diorama of the Samoan Indian group.

This print is reproduced in USNM Bulletin 80, Plate 19, following page 114. There are many other photographs of the National Museum of Natural History in this location, as well as throughout RU79, Box 9.

A sepia image is available under Neg. #SIA2009-2193.

Anthropology Hall in the new United States National Museum, now the National Museum of Natural History. The Anthropology Hall contains many exhibit cases with artifacts in them. The front exhibit case, which was part of the Polynesian ethnology exhibit, shows a life group of indigenous people of the Samoan Indian group with native artifacts.

Department of Anthropology: Anthropology Conservation Laboratory

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The laboratory gives professional care to collections; prepares collections for exhibit and loan; and implements preventive conservation projects. Describes the scope of work, recent projects, and biographies of staff.

Anthropology Conservation Lab Volunteers

Smithsonian Archives - History Div
In this photo, volunteers from the Anthropology Conservation Lab in the National Museum of Natural History gather for an event in the Great Hall of the Smithsonian Institution Building, the "Castle".

Pottery Exhibit, Anthropology Hall

Smithsonian Archives - History Div
Anthropology Hall in the United States National Museum, now the National Museum of Natural History. Exhibit cases line both sides of the hall and are filled with baskets and pottery including some from New Mexico.

Anthropology Exhibit, Snake Dance

Smithsonian Archives - History Div
An exhibition of the Hopi Snake Dancers of Arizona. This life group contains nine dancers. The exhibit is part of the Anthropology Exhibit in the United States National Museum, now known as the National Museum of Natural History.

Anthropology Teacher Resources

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A list of free teacher resources put out by the NMNH Department of Anthropology. Includes issues of Anthronotes (publication for educators), leaflets, bibliographies, and teacher packets on a variety of topics within anthropology.

Joseph Brown in Anthropology Laboratory

Smithsonian Archives - History Div
Featured in TORCH, November 1982

Museum Specialist Joseph Brown in the National Museum of Natural History Anthropology Processing Laboratory sitting behind a table full of skulls, October 1, 1982.

Centennial Exposition, Anthropology Exhibits

Smithsonian Archives - History Div
Smithsonian exhibit of anthropological and other artifacts in the United States Government Building at the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia. The Smithsonian coordinated all of the U.S. Government exhibits and prepared a display on its activities and collections for the exposition.

Anthropology Hall, U.S. National Museum

Smithsonian Archives - History Div
Exhibit cases displaying pottery and other archaeological objects in the Anthropology Hall in the United States National Museum, now known as the National Museum of Natural History.

Anthropology Exhibit, U.S. National Museum

Smithsonian Archives - History Div
Image of a figure, dressed in a ceremonial costume consisting of a deer head and hide, used in a diorama of Yosemite National Park. The diorama is part of the Anthropology Exhibit in the United States National Museum, now the National Museum of Natural History.

Anthropology Exhibit, Natural History Museum

Smithsonian Archives - History Div
See Neg. # SIA2007-0073 and 43354 for a later exhibit of the Navaho.

This attached image was scanned from the original black and white negative located, 8 w x 10 h, in Accession 11-009.

A group of Navaho Indians are depicted as silversmiths demonstrating their craft as part of the Anthropology Exhibit in the United States National Museum's Natural History Building, now the National Museum of Natural History.

Anthropology: Summer Fieldwork Opportunities

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Leaflet suggesting ways in which teachers, students, and the general public can become personally involved in the field of anthropology through field schools and research organizations.

Staff of Anthropology Conservation Lab

Smithsonian Archives - History Div
Featured in the Torch, November 1977

National Museum of Natural History's Anthropology Conservation Laboratory's Supervisor Bethune Gibson (center) with Conservator Carolyn Rose (left) and volunteer Edith Deitz (right) looking at an artifact in the laboratory.

Anthropology Explored: Teacher's Guide

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This teacher's guide accompanies Anthropology Explored, a collection of 36 essays written in an easy-to-read style by some of the world's leading anthropologists. The chapters trace the emergence of humans, discuss early settlements, and explore the diversity of past and present cultures. Includes chapter summaries, discussion questions, essay questions, and a glossary.
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