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7 EXPEDITIONS [[underline]] California. [[/underline]] During his visits to California, the Director was enabled to add valuable specimens to the Museum's collections from the Channel Islands, as well as a comprehensive number of artifacts through his excavations in Orange County, in that State. [[underline]] Vermont. [[/underline]] Work was continued in excavating the burial site on the shore of Lake Champlain, in Addison County, begun in 1933. As before, it was under the direction of Mr. Godfrey J. Olsen, with again the generous help of Mr. Stephen H. P. Pell. [[underline]] Mexico. [[/underline]] The ethnology collected by Mr. David W. Amram, Jr. in Chiapas, mentioned in the last annual report, contained many specimens unique to the Museum's collections. Mr. Donald B. Cordry left for Mexico on February 23rd to collect ethnology from various tribes of northern Mexico, such as the Huichols and he Tarahumare. [[underline]] Ecuador. [[/underline]] The expedition to eastern Ecuador under the direction of Captain E. Erskine Loch has not returned, due to his decision to make a detailed exploration of the Ssabella Indian country.
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