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Neil Gordon Munro (1863–1942) was a Scottish physician and anthropologist. Resident in Japan for almost fifty years, he was notable as an early archaeologist and one of the first Westerners to study the Ainu people of Hokkaido.

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by Munro, Neil Gordon, 1863-1942
Yokohama : [Printed by the Box of curios printing and publishing co.], 1904
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