|Periodical:||Anthropological Review [LAS]|
Anthropological Review, The.
Journal of the Anthropological Society of London.
1863—1870 Monthly, then quarterly
London, England. Publisher: Trubner and Co.
Corporate author: Anthropological Society of London / Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland1/1, May 1863-8/29, April 1870. 13s. 6d.
This was the journal of the Anthropological Society of London founded by James Hunt and Richard Francis Burton in a revolt from the politics of the Ethnological Society. The journal was largely devoted to learned reports on current interests in cranioscopy and the like and is included here because of the regular contributions by Burton, A.R. Wallace, and C. Carter Blake and occasional investigations of spiritualism. American Museum of Natural History; NY Academy of Medicine; etc.
|Issues:||Anthropological Review V1 1863|
|Anthropological Review V2 1864|
|Anthropological Review V3 1865|
|Anthropological Review V4 1866|
|Anthropological Review V5 1867|
|Anthropological Review V6 1868|
|Anthropological Review V7 1869|
|Anthropological Review V8 1870|