Edward Palmer (1829-1911) was born in Norfolkshire, England, but became known for his field work in the United States as a
field naturalist, ethnobotony, and archaeology of the Southwest and Mexico. This collection of papers includes hand-written
manuscripts, research notes, and newspaper clippings from 1869-1910.
Edward Palmer (1829-1911) was born in Norfolkshire, England, but became known for his field work in the United States. A field
naturalist primarily in ethnobotany, Palmer is noted also for real contributions in ethnological and archaeological materials
collected in the Southwest and Mexico beginning in 1865.
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