WILD MEN: Ishi and Kroeber in the Wilderness of Modern America
When Ishi, "the last wild Indian," came out of hiding in August 1911, he was quickly whisked away by train to San Francisco to meet Alfred Kroeber, one of the fathers of American anthropology. When they came face to face, it was a momentous event, and the friendship that developed is chronicled here. Photos.
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