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Lectures from: Dr. Kenneth Weiss and Dr. Graham Thomas. Anthropology/Biology 460. Dr. Jeffrey Kurland. Anthropology 021. Dr. Dean Snow. Anthropology 002 The Matson Museum of Anthropology (University Park, PA) was also utilized.

In addition one article from the Science Times section in the New York Times was used and referenced briefly; however this article could not be found in preparation of this paper.

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