John Otis Brew

John Otis Brew, born March 28, 1906, was an American Southwest archaeologist that not only conducted extensive archaeological research, but was also a director at the Peabody Museum at Harvard University. Many of his publications are still used today by archaeologists that conduct their work in the American Southwest. J.O. Brew was a titan in the world of archaeology for his attempts to "preserve our archaeological heritage". On March 19, 1988, John Otis Brew died from congestive heart failure in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Read more about John Otis Brew:  Early Life and Academic Career, Archaeological Involvement and The Peabody Museum, Personal Life

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