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Forensic Anthro Test

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Thomas Dwight Father of forensic anthropology. Anatomist at Harvard, wrote "Identification of the Human Skeleton: A Medicolegal Study". Formative period
Dr George Parkman Murdered by John Webster over borrowing of money. Body was found in latrine (false teeth and burnt skull). Formative period
Holmes and Wyman Harvard anatomy professors that determined remains to be Parkman's-5'10", white, 50-60 years old. Formative period
John Webster Man who killed George Parkman, killed him after Parkman confronted him about selling his minerals (which were used for mortgage). Formative period
Aldoph and Louisa Luetgert Owners of sausage factory, Aldoph killed Louisa and placed body in sausage vat. Formative period
George Dorsey Assistant curator at Field Museum, Harvard trained anthropologist, 2nd person to earn Ph.D. in anthropology in US. Examine Leutgert case bones-found 4 bones (metacarpal, head of rib, phalanx, sesamoid). Methods criticized. Formative period
Ales Hrdlicka Curator of Physical Anthropology, Smithsonian Institute. Consultant for FBI, founding editor of American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Formative Period
Wilton Marion Krogman Wrote "Guide to the Human Skeleton in Forensic Medicine", which started consolidation period. Also wrote book The Human Skeleton in Forensic Medicine, which was first book published for forensic anthropology, even though he never used that term
T Dale Stewart Curator of Physical Anthropology at Smithsonian after Hrdlicka. Wrote Essentials of Forensic Anthropology-first book that popularized term. Also consultant with FBI. Consolidation period
JPAC consolidation period
Clyde Snow Known for human rights missions. Worked with Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team to investigate genocide. Helped form Physical Anthropology section of American Academy of Forensic Sciences along with Kerely. Modern Period
Ellis Kerely Formed Physical Anthropology Section of American Academy of Forensic Sciences along with Clyde Snow. Modern Period
William Bass Set up 1st body farm at the University of Tennessee. Wrote first field and lab manual: Human Osteology-A Lab and Field Manual. Modern Period
Patricia Cornwell Fiction author who coined the term body farm. Modern Period
William Maples Established CA Pound Human ID Lab at UF, under contract by JPAC. Investigated elephant man, Romanov family, President Taylor, Gainseville murders. Modern Period
Anthony Falsetti Next director after William Maples at UF. Modern Period
Michael Warren Current director of CA Pound Lab at UF. Modern Period
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