J. V. (Jacob Vradenberg) Brower (1844-1905) was an ethnologist and explorer. At the request of Southwest Museum director Frederick
Webb Hodge, J. V. Brower composed this autobiographical sketch in 1902. This is a photostatic copy made by the Huntingon Free
Library and Reading Room, New York City in 1932.
J. V. (Jacob Vradenberg) Brower (1844-1905) was an ethnologist and explorer.
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