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(1883) A Brief Account of the More Important Public Collections of American Archaelogy in the United States

(1883) A Brief Account of the More Important Public Collections of American Archaelogy in the United States

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1883 - Henry Phillips, 1838-1895
1883 - Henry Phillips, 1838-1895

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BANCROFT
LIBRARY
THE
LIBRARY
OF
THE
UNIVERSITY
OF
CALIFORNIA
 
Curator
of
the
Peabody
Museum
of
American
Archteology
and
Ethnology,
CAMBRIDGE,
MASS.
SKETCH
OF
HON.
LEWIS
H.
MORGAN
BY
Fl
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PUTNAM.
[FKOM
THE
PKOCBEDINGS
OF
THE
AMERICAN
ACADEMY
OF
ARTS
AND
SCIENCES,
VOL.
XVII.,
MAY,
J882.]
LEWIS
HENRY
MORGAN,
LL.D.
THE
HON.
LEWIS
H.
MORGAN
was
made
a
Fellow
ofthe
Academy
in
1868.
His
parents
were
of
old
New
England
stock,
and
of
this
he
often
spoke
with
feelingsof
satisfaction.
His
father
was
descended
from
James
Morgan,
who
settled
near
Boston
in
1646,
and
his
motherfrom
John
Steele,
who
had
a
home
near
Cambridge
in
1641.
At
the
time
of
his
birth,
Nov.
21,
1818)'
his
parents
resided
in
the
village
of
Aurora,
in
Caynga
County,
N.
Y.
He
had
the
advantage
of
an
excellent
preliminary
education,
and
was
graduated
at
Union
Col
lege
in
1840.
He
afterwards
studied
law,
and
was
admitted
to
the
bar.
Making
his
home
at
Rochester,
N.
Y.,
his
zeal
and
honesty
soon
secured
him
a
large
and
profitable
practice
in
his
profession.
In
busi
ness
he
was
associated
with
his
classmate,
Judge
George
H.
Danforth.In
1855
he
became
interested
in
theprojected
railroad
from
Mar-
quette
to
theiron
region
on
thesouth
shore
of
Lake
Superior,
and
in
the
development
of
the
iron
mines.
The
management
of
these
enter-
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