The New Student's Reference Work/Tylor, Edward B.

Tylor, Edward B., D. C. L., a distinguished English scholar, and professor of anthropology at the University of Oxford, was born at London, Oct. 2, 1832, and educated at the Friends' School, Grove House, Twickenham. In 1856 he took a scientific journey through Mexico, and has written Anahuac, Mexico and the Mexicans; Researches into the Early History of Mankind; Primitive Culture; and Anthropology.