Madison Grant


Born
in New York City, New York, The United States
November 10, 1865

Died
May 30, 1937

Genre

Influences


Madison Grant was a lawyer, historian, racial theorist and anthropologist, known primarily for his work as a conservationist and eugenicist, notably contributing to the "Nordic migration theory" and the concept of a "master race."

Grant played an active role in wildlife and environment preservation as well in diverse philanthropic organizations, and was an staunch supporter of immigration restriction and anti-miscegenation laws.


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The Conquest of a Continent

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The Caribou

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The Rocky Mountain Goat

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