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Thomas, Cyrus 1825- Ethnologist; born in Kingsport, Tenn., July 27, 1825; was admitted to the bar and practised till 1865; became assistant on the United States geological and geographical surveys of Territories in 1869; accepted the chair of Natural Sciences at the Southern Illinois Normal University in 1873; appointed archaeologist to the United States Bureau of Ethnology in 1882. He is the author of The Cherokees and Shawnees in pre-columbian times; Mound explorations of the Bureau of Ethnology; Prehistoric works East of the Rocky Mountains; Introduction to American Archceology, etc.