Charles Walter Wagley (1913–1991), a Boasian-trained American anthropologist, Indigenist, and Brazilianist, is considered a pioneer in Amazonian ethnology and race/ethnic studies in the Americas.

Biography and Major Works

Charles Wagley grew up in Bonham, Texas, and Kansas City in a poor ...

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