Albert B. Reagan

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Albert B. Reagan
Albert B. Reagan, computer drawing taken from Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters Proceedings 16 (1939), published on US Geological Survey website.
Albert B. Reagan, computer drawing taken from Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters Proceedings 16 (1939), published on US Geological Survey website.
Born1871
Died1936
OccupationAnthropologist, Professor, Writer
LanguageEnglish
NationalityUS
GenreHistory, Anthropology
SubjectNative American peoples and customs

Professor Albert B. Reagan (1871–1936) was an American author and historian of Native American history. He was professor of anthropology at Brigham Young University and documented Native American customs and folklore in New Mexico, Arizona, Minnesota, Colorado, Washington, and Utah, for tribes that include the Jemez people, Navajo people, Ojibwe people, Quileute people, and Ute people.

His extensive notes and research are kept in the L. Tom Perry Special Collections at Brigham Young University.

He published a book, Don Diego, through the Alice Harriman Company in New York in 1914.

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