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The Remarkable History of Edgar Lee Hewett's Ph.D. Dissertation

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Richard B. Woodbury

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Hewett's career was notable for many things. including effective support of the 1906 Antiquities Act [United States], first director of the School of American Archaeology (later, School of American Research) in Santa Fe in 1907, first director of the Museum of New Mexico in 1909, professor of anthropology at State Teachers College, San Diego, in 1922, head of the new department of archaeology and anthropology at the University of New Mexico in 1927, and head of the anthropology department at the University of Southern California. 1932. Douglas W. Schwartz has described Hewett's career as "characterized by great energy and intelligence directed to a series of activities, but each to be superseded by the next as new interest arose...
Keywords: Edgar Lee Hewett 
How to Cite: Woodbury, R.B., (1994). The Remarkable History of Edgar Lee Hewett's Ph.D. Dissertation. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology. 4(1), pp.2–4. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/bha.04102
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Published on 01 May 1994.
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