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An Introduction to Polynesian Anthropology

Field Work in Hawaiian Archaeology

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Field Work in Hawaiian Archaeology

To give students in anthropology an opportunity for field work, Bishop Museum from time to time attached a mainland student to the Museum staff as assistant ethnologist and assigned him to study the archaeology of one of the Hawaiian Islands. The appointments made and the fields of study in archaeology are as follows:
1920HaleakalaKenneth P. Emory, B.A., Dartmouth (Occasional Papers, VII, 11, 1921)
1921-22LanaiKenneth P. Emory (Bulletin 12, 1924)
1924Nihoa, NeckerKenneth P. Emory, promoted from assistant ethnologist to ethnologist (Bulletin 53, 1928)
1928KauaiWendell C. Bennett, Ph.B., Chicago (Bulletin 80, 1931)
1928Maui (west)Winslow M. Walker, M.A., California (manuscript)
1929OahuJ. Gilbert McAllister, B.A., Texas (Bulletin 104, 1933)
KahoolaweJ. Gilbert McAllister; study made from Museum specimens (Bulletin 115, 1933)
1931HawaiiAlfred E. Hudson, Ph.B., Yale (manuscript)
1937MolokaiSouthwick Phelps, graduate student, Yale (manuscript)