The Growth of Toronto Children.pdf

The Growth of Toronto Children

Franz Boas

This early work by Franz Boas was originally published in 1898 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. The Growth of Toronto Children is an anthropological study on the development of children in relation to their birth order. Franz Boas was born on July 9th 1958, in Minden, Westphalia. Even though Boas had a passion the natural sciences, he enrolled at the University at Kiel as an undergraduate in Physics. Boas completed his degree with a dissertation on the optical properties of water, before continuing his studies and receiving his doctorate in 1881. Boas became a professor of Anthropology at Columbia University in 1899 and founded the first Ph.D program in anthropology in America. He was also a leading figure in the creation of the American Anthropological Association (AAA). Franz Boas had a long career and a great impact on many areas of study. He died on 21st December 1942.

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