Anthropology Museum, University of Winnipeg
The Anthropology Museum is part of the Anthropology Department at the University of Winnipeg. The museum maintains collections in ethnology, archaeology, primatology and hominid osteology. The museum supports research, teaching and public service functions.
The Anthropology Museum collections can be grouped into three main areas: ethnology, archaeology and physical anthropology. Ethnology collections focus on Algonquian, Asian, African and South Pacific items. The archaeological collections are Manitoba-based and include large collections from southeastern Manitoba and includes material from archaeological field schools and research and donations from local collectors. Physical Anthropology material includes fossil primate and hominid cast collections and modern primate, human skeletal and cast collections.
Approximate number of objects in the collections: 500,000
Archival information includes field notes, maps, unpublished reports and catalogue records for the archaeological collections.
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Prints and Drawings •
Household Objects or Domestic Technology
Religious or Liturgical Objects
Toys and Games
Plants and Animals (Biological Collections)
Zoology : Vertebrates : Fish (Pisces) : Reptiles (Reptilia) : Birds (Aves) : Mammals (Mammalia)
Earth Science and Geological Collections
Services & Activities
Archival Records •
Classes or Workshops
Special Needs Facilities
: Wheelchair access
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