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Haddons History of Anthropology (1910) has been the first effort of this kind to give an outline of the developments in the discipline up to that period. The 1934 edition, which has been followed here was completely revised by Haddon. For Haddon, the scope of anthropology is spread in three major subdivisions: Human Biology, Cultural Anthropology (Ethnology) and Ethnography. This book has these three main sections which are again distributed into altogether nine chapters. The sections or parts deal with nature and definition of anthropology, voyagers and philosophers, professionalization and history from within the discipline. This celebrated and pioneering work of anthropology is being published for greater readership of the present generations to keep them abreast of the very foundational ideas in the discipline of anthropology. The book brings before us many of the information that are useful even today. Printed Pages: 145.