Charles Gabriel Seligman (1873–1940) was a dedicated field-worker par excellence who laid the foundations of scientific ethnology in eastern New Guinea and Southern Sudan. By the early 1920s, he had conducted exploratory fieldwork in more locations than any other British anthropologist, ...

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