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Collecting among the Menomini: Cultural Assault in Twentieth-Century Wisconsin

David R. M. Beck
American Indian Quarterly
Vol. 34, No. 2 (Spring 2010), pp. 157-193
DOI: 10.5250/amerindiquar.34.2.157
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5250/amerindiquar.34.2.157
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Abstract We do not want to have any disagreement with the American Museum people and yet we can not let them skin the state without making all possible effort to get ahead of them where it can be done. . . . I presume if they get wind of you they will try to jump ahead of where you are working in order to get fi rst pickings. Henry L. Ward, director of the Milwaukee Public Museum, to Samuel A. Barrett, curator of anthropology, July 12, 1910

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