Anthropology As a Science and as a Branch of University Education in the United States
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Anthropology As a Science and as a Branch of University Education in the United States

By Daniel G. (Daniel Garrison) Brinton
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  • ANTHROPOLOGY: AS A SCIENCE AND AS A BRANCH OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES.
    • PREFATORY NOTE.
    • ANTHROPOLOGY, AS A SCIENCE, AND As a Branch of University Education.
      • What Anthropology Is.
      • The Value of Anthropology.
      • Societies and Schools for the Study of Anthropology.
      • Subdivisions of Anthropology.
      • Means of Practical Instruction.
    • What Anthropology Is.
    • The Value of Anthropology.
    • Societies and Schools for the Study of Anthropology.
    • Subdivisions of Anthropology.
    • Means of Practical Instruction.
    • General Scheme for Instruction in Anthropology.
      • SYNOPSIS OF LECTURE COURSE.
        • PRINCIPAL SUBDIVISIONS.
        • I.—Somatology.
        • II.—Ethnology.
        • III.—Ethnography.
        • IV.—Archæology.
      • PRINCIPAL SUBDIVISIONS.
      • I.—Somatology.
      • II.—Ethnology.
      • III.—Ethnography.
      • IV.—Archæology.
      • LABORATORY WORK.
      • LIBRARY WORK.
      • FIELD WORK.
      • TEXT-BOOKS.
    • SYNOPSIS OF LECTURE COURSE.
      • PRINCIPAL SUBDIVISIONS.
      • I.—Somatology.
      • II.—Ethnology.
      • III.—Ethnography.
      • IV.—Archæology.
    • PRINCIPAL SUBDIVISIONS.
    • I.—Somatology.
    • II.—Ethnology.
    • III.—Ethnography.
    • IV.—Archæology.
    • LABORATORY WORK.
    • LIBRARY WORK.
    • FIELD WORK.
    • TEXT-BOOKS.
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