Anyone heard of the "Anthropological Journal of Canada"?

It was supposedly the quarterly bulletin of the "Anthropological Association of Canada", and was published from the 1950s to the early 80s. There's very little about it on the net, except some bound copies for sale, and some quotes by Creationist websites. Both the "Journal" and the... show more It was supposedly the quarterly bulletin of the "Anthropological Association of Canada", and was published from the 1950s to the early 80s. There's very little about it on the net, except some bound copies for sale, and some quotes by Creationist websites.

Both the "Journal" and the "Association" were founded by Thomas E. Lee, who I gather was in dispute with more mainstream anthropologists in Canada (represented by the Canadian Anthropological Society) over the dating of the Sheguiandah artifacts.

Was it a credible journal, or more an exercise in self-vindication by Lee, and later his son? Do any professional or academic anthropologists recall it?
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