Jacobs Research Funds

THIS GRANT PROGRAM supports anthropological research (socio-cultural or linguistic in content) on the indigenous peoples of Canada, Mexico, and mainland United States, including Alaska, with a focus on the Pacific Northwest.

Grants are given for work on problems in: language, social organization, political organization, religion, mythology, music, other arts, psychology and folk science. To apply for a Jacobs Research Fund Grant, complete the Application Form. Application forms and further information can be found at www.jacobsgrants.org. Deadline for receipt of proposals is February 15.

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Research Associate, Melville Jacobs, and Annie Peterson (Coos Tribe)
with recording equipment.
Charleston, Oregon, 1934

Gift of William R. Seaburg, Whatcom Museum 1998.41.7

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