Anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History

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25 Dec. 2010
Anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History
One of the most informative and entertaining ways to learn about anthropology is to visit a great museum. The American Museum of Natural History in New York City is world famous for its educational exhibits that combine history, science and nature in a diverse and visitor-friendly atmosphere. The Museum has exhibits that can teach people not only about themselves, but other types of people from history and from different areas of the world.
1. The Teddy Roosevelt Statue
The statue of former United States President Teddy Roosevelt shows the figure as a sportsman and as an explorer. He has beside him a Native American...
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..... Museum of Natural History is one such place and is considered one of the preeminent educational institutions of its kind.
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