- Special thanks go to Tom Bacig for help in
developing this and other web pages.
- Thanks go to Wayne Neighbors, Ph.D., J.D., for helping with the images
on this page.
- Hand ax, frontispiece: ". . .The first published illustration of a
hand ax. . . . (Hearne's  edition of Leland's Collectanea
1:1xiv). This implement is described in the Sloane Catalogue: 'No.
246. A British weapon [sic.] found, with elephant's tooth,
opposite to Black Mary's, near Grayes Inn Lane' (as quoted in J. Evans
1897: 581.) (right) The same hand ax reproduced [but not included here] as
a woodcut in J. Evans, Ancient Stone Implements 1897: Fig. 451. .
. ." (Frank Hole and Robert F. Heizer, An Introduction to Prehistoric
Archeology, 3rd ed., New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1973, p.
- Charles Darwin's 1837 sketch,
frontispiece: ". . . Darwin's first diagram of an evolutionary tree from
his 'First Notebook on Transmutation of Species' (1837)." (Frank E.
Poirier, An Introduction to Physical Anthropology and the
Archaeological Record, Minneapolis, MN: Burgess, 1982, p. 31.)
- "Fossil Skulls!" is from the Electronic
Newspaper and is copyright © 1998 by The
American Museum of Natural History.
- Appendix B, "Anthropology and the Interrelation of Its Parts,"
comes from E. Adamson Hoebel, Anthropology: The Study of Man, 4th
ed., (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1972), p. 14.
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