Anthropology—Old and New*


    WHEN we look back to the times in which Dr. Beddoe lived and worked and note the doings of the men who were searching into the beginnings of the British people, we see that we owe more to him than to any other anthropologist of the Victorian epoch. It was he who laid our present knowledge upon a sure basis. He set out in his youth to find an answer to an age-old query: Of what race or races are we British?

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    Anthropology—Old and New*. Nature 126, 420–421 (1930).

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