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From 1949 to 1954, Dr. Frederica Annis de Leo de Laguna, then Chair of Sociology and Anthropology, Bryn Mawr College, recorded from our Yakutat elders the history and culture of the Yakutat Tlingit. This paper describes the other side of Freddy, as an adopted clan member who was fascinated with...
Most readers of Arctic Anthropology know a great deal about Frederica de Laguna's contributions to the many branches of anthropology, but fewer know much about her life-long relationship with Bryn Mawr College. Bryn Mawr was, in turn, her home, school, college, editor, employer, base...
Catharine McClellan, one of Freddy's first students and her close colleague and friend, asked that we include this article in the volume. It first appeared in American Ethnologist 16(4): 766â785. Permission to reprint this article was provided by Catharine McClellan and...
In the mid 1970s Frederica de Laguna was invited to Yukon Island by the author and some colleagues. They planned to excavate house pits found close to the sites Freddy had investigated when on Yukon Island in the 1930s, and they proposed that Freddy join the crew. She accepted the invitation,...
Four episodes when Frederica de Laguna's life and mine intersected are shared here to highlight selected aspects of her character and her contribution to northern studies. These personal events illustrate her intellectual inspiration in my life and provide insight into the much larger...
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