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Fowler, Don D.


FOWLER, Don D. American, b. 1936. Genres: Anthropology/Ethnology, History, Photography. Career: University of Nevada, Reno, Assistant Professor, 1964-67, Associate Research Professor, 1968-72, Research Professor of Anthropology, 1972-78, Mamie Kleberg Professor of Anthropology and Historic Preservation, 1978-. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, Research Associate, 1970-. Society for American Archaeology, President, 1985-87. Publications: In a Sacred Manner We Live: Edward S. Curtis's Photographs of North American Indians, 1972; Myself in the Water: J.K. Hillers' Photographs 1871-1900, 1989; A Laboratory for Anthropology, Science and Romanticism in American Southwest, 1846-1930, 2000. EDITOR/CO-EDITOR: Down the Colorado: John Wesley Powell's Diary of the First Trip through the Grand Canyon, 1969; Photographed All the Best Scenery: Jack Hiller's Diary of the Powell Expedition, 1972; Anthropology of the Desert West: Essays in Honor of Jesse P. Jennings, 1986; American Archaeology Past & Future, 1986; H. Stansbury's Exploration of the Valley of the Great Salt Lake, 1988; Others Knowing Others: Perspectives on Ethnographic Careers, 1994; Philadelphia and the Development of Americanist Archaeology, 2003. Address: Historic Preservation Program, University of Nevada, Reno, NV 89557, U.S.A.

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