Derek Freeman in Upolu, Samoa, 1946, with the Samoan talking chief Magele frontispiece
First Photograph Section following page 90
Portrait bust of Franz Boas by Jacob Epstein, sculpted in New York City in 1927, the year during which Franz Boas stated that he was "completely satisfied" with Margaret Mead's report to the U.S. National Research Council on "the adolescent girl in Samoa"
Ruth Benedict circa 1924
Luther Cressman, who married Margaret Mead in Buckingham, Pennsylvania, on September 3, 1923
Reo Fortune, who married Margaret Mead in Auckland, New Zealand, on October 8, 1928
Margaret Mead, with Reo Fortune's mother, Hetty
Bernice P. Bishop Museum, as it was in 1925 when visited by Margaret Mead on her way to Samoa
Herbert E. Gregory, director of the Bernice R. Bishop Museum
Edward Craighill Handy, senior ethnologist at the Bishop Museum
The so-called Sadie Thompson Hotel, Pago Pago, Tutuila, American Samoa, where Margaret Mead lived and worked in 1925
Admiral Robert E. Coontz, commander in chief of the United States Pacific Fleet
The Tuamotu concept of the cosmos
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Publication information: Book title: The Fateful Hoaxing of Margaret Mead:A Historical Analysis of Her Samoan Research. Contributors: Derek Freeman - Author. Publisher: Westview Press. Place of publication: Boulder, CO. Publication year: 1999. Page number: vii.
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