Anthropoligical view of John Davis - Explorer
During the 16th Century - there was no such thing as an explorer which simply had one task. Every captain had other motives in mind which could be plunder, colonization, or even to explore and give an anthropological look at what really happened. These explorers are comparable to present day anthropologists because some of them kept excellent records of native people, their habits and even learned bits of their language. An explorer had to know these things in order to survive - something John Davis was quite capable of during his second voyage in 1586.
To begin to call John Davis an anth…
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