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Anthropology at the British Association

Nature volume 85, pages 2224 (03 November 1910) | Download Citation

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THE Anthropological Section at the Sheffield meeting was presided over by Mr. W. Crooke, whose works dealing with the ethnology of India are well known and highly valued by all anthropologists. His address has already appeared in NATURE (September 29) and need not be alluded to here, except to refer to the tribute that was paid to the work of Dr. Tylor, who has so lately resigned his professorship at Oxford, and who presided over the department (as it then was) of anthropology at the last Sheffield meeting, held thirty-one years ago.

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