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Marshall Howard Saville

Marshall Howard Saville (1867–1935) was an American archaeologist, born in Rockport, Massachusetts. He studied anthropology at Harvard (1889–94), engaged in field work under F. W. Putnam, and made important discoveries among the mound builders in southern Ohio. After 1903 he was professor of American archæology at Columbia University. He also became director of an important private museum in New York, the Museum of the American Indian (Heye Foundation). Dr. Saville conducted many explorations to various places such as Yucatan, Honduras, Mexico, Ecuador and Colombia.

Saville was a founding member of


  • Mexican and Central American Archaeological Projects - Electronic articles published by the Division of Anthropology, American Museum of Natural History.
  • Works by Marshall Howard Saville at Project Gutenberg
  • Works by or about Marshall Howard Saville at Internet Archive

External links

  1. ^ "About the Club: A Gathering Place". The Explorers Club: Promoting Exploration and Field Sciences Since 1904.  

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