J. C. H. King

Jonathan C. H. King, a visual anthropologist, spent 40 years as a curator in the Department of Ethnography (later the Department of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas) at the British Museum. In 2012 he was named the first Von Hügel Fellow at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge. He is the author of Arctic Hunters and coauthor of Aspects of Early North American Metallurgy.

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Cover: First Peoples, First Contacts: Native Peoples of North AmericaFirst Peoples, First Contacts: Native Peoples of North AmericaKing, J. C. H.PAPERBACK07/30/1999$26.50
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