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Title A laboratory for anthropology : science and romanticism in the American Southwest, 1846-1930 / Don Fowler.
Imprint Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, c2000.

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 Main Stacks  GN17.3.S67 F68 2000    AVAILABLE
Edition 1st ed.
Description xiii, 497 p. : ill., maps ; 27 cm.
Note "University of Arizona Southwest Center book"--T.p. verso.
"Published in cooperation with the University of Arizona Southwest Center."
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references (p. 412-469) and index.
Subject Anthropology -- Southwest, New -- History.
Ethnological expeditions -- Southwest, New -- History.
Indians of North America -- Southwest, New -- Public opinion.
Anthropology in popular culture -- Southwest, New.
Indians in popular culture -- Southwest, New.
Public opinion -- Southwest, New.
Southwest, New -- Discovery and exploration.
Southwest, New -- Description and travel.
Contents Documenting the Southwest, 1540-1846 -- The topographical engineers in the Southwest -- Legends and ruins, 1846-1859 -- Army ethnographic observations, 1846-1860 -- The great surveys -- The Bureau of Ethnology : organizing anthropological research in America -- The Bureau and the Southwest -- Cushing, Matthews, Bourke, and compatriots -- Washington Matthews -- Bourke, Keam, and Stephen -- The Mindeleff Brothers -- The Bureau after Powell -- The Hemenway Expedition -- Jesse Walter Fewkes : from ichthyologist to ethnologist -- Bandelier, Bancroft, and Bolton -- The Wetherills and Nordenskiold -- World's fairs, museums, and modern anthropology -- Universities, museums, and anthropology -- Building a new American anthropology -- The western scholar-entrepreneurs -- Building a new American anthropology -- Byron Cummings -- Edgar Lee Hewett -- A "new archaeology" in the Southwest -- Expanding the new archaeology -- A.V. Kidder and Southwestern archaeology -- Ethnography in the Southwest -- Inventing the Southwest, 1890-1930 -- Literary and pictorial ethnography -- New institutions, new directions -- Epilogue.
Other Author University of Arizona. Southwest Center.