Gateways: Exploring the Legacy of the Jesup North Pacific Expedition, 1897-1902 by Igor Krupnik and William W. Fitzhugh
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The Jesup North Pacific Expedition led by Franz Boas, the first landmark research project of the Division of Anthropology, turned out to be one of the most scientifically important anthropological investigations ever mounted. Conceived and directed by Franz Boas, the expedition was financed by Museum president Morris K. Jesup. The Expedition explored the relationships among the people of Siberia, Alaska, and the Northwest coast of Canada.