Haddon, the head hunter : a short sketch of the life of A. C. Haddon,

Quiggin, A Hingston

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First Edition. Sunned spine with paper paste on label with couple of chips to label. Previous owner name inked on front free page and dated Oxford, Oct 1, 1953. Previous owner was Elizabeth Colson, Emeritus Professor, University of California, Berkeley. Dr. Colson is best known for her ongoing fieldwork with the Gwembe Tonga of Zambia, which began in 1956 through the Rhodes-Livingstone Institute as a controlled study of the social change caused by forced resettlement. No other markings in book. A.C. Haddon (1855-1940). Dr. Haddon's chief publications were : " "Evolution in Art" (1895), "The Study of Man" (1898), "Head-hunters, Black, White and Brown" (1901), "The Races of Man" (1909) and a second edition, entirely rewritten in 1924, and "The Wanderings of People" (1911). Bookseller Inventory #

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Publication Date: 1942
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