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Helen Codere, 91; anthropologist studied Rwanda, Pacific Northwest

HELEN CODERE HELEN CODERE
By Gloria Negri
Globe Staff / July 5, 2009

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Helen Frances Codere showed her independent spirit and interest in how others live while growing up in St. Paul. A teenager who had read Henry David Thoreau’s “Walden; or, Life in the Woods,’’ she told her father she would like to live alone in a cabin in their woods, as Thoreau had done at Walden Pond. (Full article: 1096 words)

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