By Nancy J. Parezo
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Louis position. ”18 Holmes took McGee’s letter to Rathbun who accepted it the following day. His position was abolished; the investigation ceased and the charges were immediately dropped. Despite his Washington travails, McGee was nationally renowned in 1903. He had been awarded an honorary doctorate (lld) by Grinnell College, Iowa, in 1901, and thereafter referred to himself as “Dr. ” But it was a tenuous grasp at prestige. McGee’s personal life also began to fall apart. Anita blamed him for the scandal, which had shamed her, and for not living up to her expectations.
In “The Beginning of Agriculture,” “The Beginning of Zooculture,” and “The Trend of Human Progress” he outlined a theory of domestication. These papers were important steps in the development of the evolutionary theory that he brought to fruition at the St. 7 Fight for Control of the Bureau of American Ethnology In his insightful history of Smithsonian anthropology, Curtis Hinsley argues that McGee’s driving ambition, dedication, loyalty, independence, bureaucratic skills, and political malleability served him well in his rapid rise in gov- WJ McGee and the Science of Man | 39 ernment service.
Anita was a driving force in McGee’s career and helped orchestrate his rise in Washington. She was also a well-known intellectual in her own right. With McGee’s encouragement and support she earned an md from Columbian [George Washington] University’s School of Medicine in 1892 and did postgraduate work in gynecology at Johns Hopkins University. She became one of the ﬁrst women to practice medicine in Virginia and Maryland but soon switched to research and building organizations. She had remarkable skills for working Washington politicians.
Anthropology Goes to the Fair: The 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition by Nancy J. Parezo