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United States National Museum, Physical Anthropology Corridor

Smithsonian Institution Archives
Also known as 24049

United States National Museum, Anthropology Hall

Smithsonian Institution Archives
Also known as 22192

Anthropology Exhibit, Khmer Culture, National Museum of Natural History

Smithsonian Archives - History Div
"Cambodia: The Khmer Culture" exhibit in the "Pacific and Asian Cultures" exhibit in the National Museum of Natural History. The case contains various tools and baskets. The exhibit opened in 1962.

Anthropology Hall in the New U.S. National Museum, 1910

Smithsonian Archives - History Div
The original negative number is 22191, but that negative is not on file. There are several other photographs of this exhibit hall in this location.

Anthropology Hall in the new United States National Museum, now the National Museum of Natural History. Several exhibit cases with life groups are visible with various Asiatic peoples represented.

Principles of anthropology and biology / by Thomas Hughes

Smithsonian Libraries
Reprint of the author's "Four lectures on anthropology and biology", 1889.

Also available online.

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Anthropology Teaching Activities: Beanbag Population Genetics

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access
Two teaching activities which use beans to experimentally show concepts of genetic drift and natural selection. Includes a glossary of terms.

Anthropology Teaching Activities: Random Strategies in Archeology

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access
Several activities designed to introduce the principles of archeology, the importance of material culture, and techniques and questions of archeology. Also includes suggested speakers in the Washington, DC area.

Anthropology Teaching Activities: Relative Dating in Archeology

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access
Classroom activities focus on stratigraphy and seriation, dating techniques used by archaeologists to establish a relative chronology. Includes several suggested activities and recommendations for further reading.

Anthropology Teaching Activities: Archeology in the Classroom

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access
Two student activities explore the relationship between material remains and activities in different areas. Students look at trash from around the school or objects hidden in a sandbox to simulate how archaeologists learn about a people from the objects they leave behind.

Life Groups on Display in Anthropology Hall, U.S. National Museum

Smithsonian Archives - History Div
The original negative number is 26507, but that negative has been lost.

Several exhibit cases of life groups showing various Asian cultures in the Anthropology Hall in the United States National Museum, now the National Museum of Natural History. There are also exhibit cases of pottery and ceramics.

Arts and Cultural Anthropology Exhibit, Smithsonian Institution Building

Smithsonian Archives - History Div
Original negative number is 41328.

Arts and Cultural Anthropology Exhibit in the Smithsonian Castle. There is a large display case in the foreground, paintings are hung along the exhibit walls, and the windows of the Castle can be seen behind the exhibit space.

Arctic Region Life Group, Anthropology Exhibit, U.S. National Museum

Smithsonian Archives - History Div
The original negative number is 24875, but that negative has been lost. This life group was moved to a more modern display in negative number MNH-035. This life group is still on exhibit today (6/22/1999).

Anthropology Exhibit in the United States National Museum building, now known as the National Museum of Natural History, of an "Arctic Region" life group. There are five individuals gathered around a sled with several sled dogs. In the foreground of the case there is a dead seal that one of the individuals has just trapped.

Anthropology Teaching Activities: Teaching Ethnicity through Expressive Style

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access
Two-part activity. Introduces the anthropological concept of enculturation. Students understand expressive style and how it can reflect culture and ethnicity.
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