National Geographic : 1896 Jan
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE THE American Anthropologist. The only American magazine devoted to the science of Anthropology in all of its branches is THE AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST, published at the National Capital. This journal has just begun its ninth year of in creasing usefulness. Instead of being issued quarterly at Three Dollars a year, as formerly, it will hereafter be published monthly at Two Dollars per annum, but the number of pages comprising the volume will not be diminished. No magazine ever published on the Western continent is such a storehouse of authentic information concerning ARCHEOLOGY, ETHNOL OGY, FOLK-LORE, TECHNOLOGY, SOCIOLOGY, HISTORY, SOMATOLOGY, PSYCHOLOGY, PHILOSOPHY, and PHILOLOGY. Its contributions to our knowledge of these subjects, especially in so far as they relate to the American Indians, past and present, are of world-wide authority. Its contributors are America's foremost scholars. Is your name on the subscription list of the ANTHROPOLOGIST? If not, it should be. No one interested in anthropology in any of its branches can afford to be without it. Subscribe today; the new volume begins with the January number. A bibliography of the anthropologic literature of the world is one of its features. Handsomely Printed-Abundantly Illustrated. Published Monthly-Two Dollars a Year. Volume IX Begins with January, 1896. ADDRESS: THE AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST, 1804 Columbia Road, Washington, D. 0.
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