2 edition of Biographical memoir of Frederic Ward Putnam, 1839-1915 found in the catalog.
Biographical memoir of Frederic Ward Putnam, 1839-1915
Alfred M. Tozzer
|Statement||by William Trelease. Presented to the Academy at the annual meeting, 1933.|
|Series||National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) Biographical memoirs,, vol. XVI--4th memoir, Biographical memoirs (National Academy of Sciences (U.S.)),, v. 16, 4th memoir.|
|LC Classifications||GN21.P87 T6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., p. 125-153.|
|Number of Pages||153|
|LC Control Number||40011511|
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Biographical Memoirs, National Acade my of Sciences [pp. contain a complete bibliography of Kroeber by Ann J. Gibson and John H. Rowe]. Alfred Kroeber. New York: Columbia University Press. Tozzer, Alfred M. Biographical Memoir of Frederic Ward Putnam, Biographical Mem oirs, National Academy of Sciences Biographical Memoirs: V Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Theophil Mitchell Pumpelly, Raphael Pupin, Michael Idvorsky 23 Putnam, Frederic Ward R Ransome, Frederic Leslie 70 Ranson, Stephen Walker 97 Raper, John Robert Reeside, John Bernard, Tr.
Frederic Ward Putnam at the World's Fair. Curtis M. Hinsley. Until the close of the Fair Chicago will be the centre of the United States, the only place at present where brains can be turned into money. — Kate Field to Phoebe Hearst, Aug F.W. Putnam is the author of The Serpent Mound of Ohio ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Selected Archaeological Papers of Fre /5(9).
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TOZZER To have been, almost literally, the founder of a new branch of knowledge in America is, in itself, no small honor, and when to this is added the prime force behind anthropology for almost fifty years, the record is indeed unusual.
From an ancestry dating back to John Putnam who migrated. Putnam anniversary volume: anthropological essays presented to Frederic Ward Putnam in honor of his seventieth birthday, Ap (Book) Frederick [i.e.
Frederic] Ward Putnam, an appreciation by Edward Sylvester Morse (Book). Frederic Ward Putnam () was one of the earliest anthropologists in the United States. He founded anthropology programs, and worked to establish museum collections in anthropology.
He directed some of the first field expeditions in the Americas, including sites in Maine, Massachusetts, Ohio, Wisconsin, Kentucky, New Jersey, and California. Frederic Ward Putnam (16 Biographical memoir of Frederic Ward Putnam - Salem, Massachusetts – 14 AugustCambridge, Massachusetts) was an American naturalist and anthropologist.
Putnam was born and raised in Salem, Massachusetts. He became curator of ornithology at the Essex Institute in Salem in  That year he published List of the Birds of Essex County.
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Presented to the Academy at the annual meeting, p. front. (port.) 23 cm. National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) Biographical memoirs, vol XVI-4th memoir Bibliography. Frederick Ward Putnam, – an appreciation, read at the annual meeting of the trustees of the Peaboody Museum of Salem and reprinted from the Historical collections of the Essex Institute, volume LII.
Pamphlets in American history, Biography B Salem, MA: Essex Institute. OCLC Putnam, F.W. (25 August ). "Biographical memoir of Frederic Ward Putnam, –". In William Trelease (ed.) (PDF online reproduction at the NAS). Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences.
vol. XVI – 4th Memoir. Presented to the Academy at the annual meeting, Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences. – OCLC ISSN Frederic Ward Putnam. Naturalhistoriker och paleoantropolog, professor i amerikansk arkeologi och etnologi vid Harvard University samt curator (sist Honorary Director) för Peabody-museet i Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Utländsk korresponderande ledamot. It is safe to say that the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology would not be what it is today - a premier research facility with outstanding collections - without Frederic Ward Putnam.
A multi-faceted and energetic man (see the chronology below for a selected list of his many and varied appointments), he was appointed the Harvard College. Biographical Memoirs: V Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Pupin, Michael Idvorsky 23 INDEX Putnam, Frederic Ward 52 R Ransome, Frederic Leslie 70 Ranson, Stephen Walker 97 Raper, John Robert Reeside, John Bernard, Jr.
Reid, Harry Fielding 1. stone implements." InPutnam published an account of "Archaeological Dr. Frederic Ward Putnam () explorations at Madisonville, Ohio," which was subsequently reprinted in several different publications. The next year, Putnam began a series of lectures to acquire funds for archaeological research in America.
Among these lectures were. Frederic Ward Putnam () Aviation Edit. Carleton Putnam (c), aviator, activist & author George Haven Putnam (), publisher, author, explorer Art Edit. Brenda Putnam (), sculptor Carleton Putnam (c), aviator, activist & author George Haven Putnam (), book entrepreneur & publishing family member.
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