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Marie Wormington in 1968. ) Anomalously, the Society's very first president, in 1935, was Arthur C. Parker, who was one-quarter Seneca Iroquois. Parker had been New York State's first full-time archaeologist since 1906, and by 1935 was the distinguished director of the Rochester Museum. He also founded and guided the New York State Archaeological Association (Hertzberg 1971:5255). Excepting Parker, not only leadership but also membership in the Society for American Archaeology, as in the Archaeological Institute of America, derived predominantly from Protestant Europe.
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