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Exhibit Timeline

The timeline below lists the items in this exhibit in chronological order.

1876
The Descent of Man by Charles Darwin
1889
Natural Inheritance by Francis Galton
1909
The Problem of Practical Eugenics by Karl Pearson
1910
American Breeders Magazine begins publication
The Jukes by Robert Dugdale
1911
Gina Lombroso's English translation of Criminal Man by Cesare Lombroso (first published in 1876)
Heredity in Relation to Eugenics by Charles Davenport
1912
First International Congress on Eugenics
The Kallikak Family by Henry Goddard
1913
The Science of Human Behavior by Maurice Parmelee
1914
Eugenics: Twelve University Lectures
1915
American Breeders Magazine becomes Journal of Heredity
The Social Problem by Charles Ellwood
1916
Eugenical News begins publication
The Jukes in 1915 by Arthur Estabrook
Poverty and Social Progress by Maurice Parmelee
1917
Principles of Anthropology and Sociology in their Relations to Criminal Procedure by Maurice Parmelee
1918
Criminology by Maurice Parmelee
1920
Defects found in Drafted Men by Charles Davenport
1923
Second International Congress on Eugenics
1925
Possible applications of mental tests to social theory and practice by Carl Terence Pihlblad
1926
Eugenical Sterilization: 1926 by Harry Laughlin
Mongrel Virginians by Arthur Estabrook
1928
Eugenical Aspects of Deportation by Harry Laughlin
1929
Race Crossing in Jamaica by Charles Davenport
1934
Third International Congress on Eugenics
Report of the Special committee on immigration and alien insane...with a statement by Harry Laughlin
1938
Twenty-eight Years of Sterilization in California by Paul Popenoe

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