|Statement||Prepared by John E. Hunter for the Committee on Anthropological Research in Museums of the American Anthropological Assoc. and the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 120 p.|
|Number of Pages||120|
Ethnological museums and collections -- United States. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Ethnological museums and collections; Ethnology -- United Stat. Cite this Record. Inventory of Ethnological Collections in Museums of the United States and Canada Amer. Anthr. Assoc. / Wenner-Gren Found. for Anthro. Inventory of Ethnological Collections in Museums of the United States and Canada John E. Hunter Anthropology 1 Journal of Museum Education: Digital Technology in Japanese Museums Musuem Education Roundtable Journal 1 KU Museums and Departments: Historical Notes Reference 1 KU Museums and Departments: Historical Notes Fiscal Years. Box 4 Miscellaneous Collections Management Information, ca. FF1 Background Information on Various Early Collections FF2 Old Cataloging Systems & Collections Codes FF3 Obsolete Forms FF4 Missouri Historical Society Collections FF5 Inventory of Ethnological Collections,
Chapter 5 The Museum Computer Network in context David Vance Computers and museums: the United States experience This is a history of the beginnings - the first two decades - of the use of computer systems to manage, inventory and index public collections in the United States. The Museum Computer Network (MCN) is the story's protagonist, often Cited by: 2. Inventory of Ethnological Collections of the United States and Canada. New York: Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research. References. Annual Report for the American Museum of Natural History for the year New York: American Museum of . Hunter, John E. Inventory of Ethnological Collections in Museums of the United States and Canada. Photo available. np. The Committee on Anthropological Research in Museums of The American Anthropological Association. 92 pps. 4to. Soft cover. First edition. Important reference work. Fine copy. Berlin's Ethnological Museum: The California Indian Collection. California objects outside the United States was undertaken by. major museums were establishing their collections and the.
The American Bookseller's Complete Reference Trade List, and Alphabetical Catalogue of Books Published in This Country, With the Publishers' and Authors' Names and Prices Arranged in Classes for Quick and Convenient Reference (with an article on copyright by Washburn; Claremont, NH: S. Ide, ), ed. by Alexander Vietts Blake, contrib. by Peter T. Washburn . The Official Museum Directory - United States and Canada. National Publishing Register Co. Inc. The American Association of Museums, Directory of Canadian Museums, Canadian Museums Association, Ottawa, The entrie whic sh follow are based on information received from Museums and Museum Departments for publicatio n in this Guide. The immense cultural patrimony of Italy, including that country’s extensive museum systems, have long overshadowed a number of historically significant nineteenth-century ethnographic collections from non-western peoples. 1 Within this extensive network, most Italian regions and provinces have so-called ethnographic museums (musei etnografici) focusing on Italy’s own . Ethnohistory is the study of cultures and indigenous peoples' customs by examining historical records as well as other sources of information on their lives and history. It is also the study of the history of various ethnic groups that may or may not still exist. The term is most commonly used in writing about the history of the Americas.. Ethnohistory uses both historical and ethnographic.