Marian E. White Anthropology Research Museum

Marian E. White Anthropology Research Museum Collections of North American archaeology including ceramics, lithic and bone artifacts, in addition to a modest collection of ethnographic materials.

12/08/2017

Happy Holidays one and all! If you'd like a gift for that special (or not-so-special) someone, look no further than the Department of Anthropology Library, just on the other side of the second floor from the Marian E. White! They have classic ethnographies, seminal archaeological texts, and that one missing volume of a periodical almost guaranteed to maybe fill that gap in someone's collection! Stop by, say hi and pick if a free gift today!

(The Marian E. White Museum will be open during normal operating hours during finals week. If you would like to view the public gallery during January Intercession, please contact the Department of Anthropology to make sure the Totem Pole Room is open on the day you wish to visit. As always, researchers please contact the curating registrar directly.)

Untitled Album
10/22/2015

Untitled Album

10/22/2015

Come check out our four newly added Western New York exhibits as well as a new Pottery of the American Southwest display.

Marian E. White Anthropology Research Museum's cover photo
10/22/2015

Marian E. White Anthropology Research Museum's cover photo

Marian E. White Anthropology Research Museum
10/22/2015

Marian E. White Anthropology Research Museum

Address

251 MFAC, University At Buffalo
Buffalo, NY
14260

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 16:30
Tuesday 09:00 - 16:30
Wednesday 09:00 - 16:30
Thursday 09:00 - 16:30
Friday 09:00 - 16:30

Telephone

(716) 645-0398

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Very familiar with Marian E Whites papers on Erie Indians and various sites in upstate New York. I am wondering if there are online sources on her papers. I am also very interested in the Attiwandaronk (Neutral) and Erie and Wenro peoples. Mainly because I have Huron Indian ancestors that have Neutral, Erie, and Wenro in their tribe. The Senecas did "disperse" the above nations but many escaped and lived among others. Especially the Huron and the Seneca and Mohawk had adopted them into their tribe. There is so much fascinating history about all of them.