- Also known as
Jonathan C H King
primary name: King, Jonathan C H
other name: King, Jonathan Colin Harmsworth
other name: King, Jonathan
- individual; curator; British; Male
- Life dates
- Assistant Keeper, Department of Ethnography 1975-2005. Keeper Department of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas 2005-2010, Keeper of Anthropology 2010-2012. Cambridge, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology from 2012 (Von Hugel Fellow).
- Blood and Land: the story of Native North America, Penguin Books, 2017.
First peoples, first contacts: Native peoples of North America. JCH King, Harvard University Press 1999.
Imaging the Arctic, JCH King and H Lidchi, UBC Press 1998.
Portrait masks from the northwest coast of America, JCH King, Thames and Hudson 1979.
Tradition in Native American Art, JCH King, in The arts of the North American Indian: Native traditions in evolution, 65-92, 1986.
New evidence for the contents of the Leverian Museum, JCH King, Journal of the History of Collections 8 (2), 167-186, 1996.
Artificial Curiosities from the Northwest Coast of America: Native American Artefacts in the British Museum Collected on the 3rd Voyage of Captain James Cook and Acquired Through Sir Joseph Banks. JCH King, British Museum Publications, 1981.
Provenance: twelve collectors of ethnographic art in England 1760-1990. H Waterfield, JCH King. Paul Holberton Pub, 2009.
North American ethnography in the collection of Sir Hans Sloane. JCH King in The Origins of Museums: The Cabinet of Curiosities in Sixteenth-and ... 1985.
Thunderbird and Lightning: Indian Life in Northeastern North America, 1600-1900, JCH King, London: Published for the Trustees of the British Museum by British Museum ...1982.
Smoking Pipes of the North American Indian. JCH King, Published for the Trustees of the British Museum by British Museum Publications, 1977.
Franks and ethnography, JCH King in AW Franks: Nineteenth Century Collecting and the British Museum, London ... 1997.
Ethnographic collections: collecting in the context of Sloane's catalogue of "Miscellanies", JCH King, 1994.
Woodlands artifacts from the studio of Benjamin West, 1738-1820, JCH King, American Indian art magazine 17 (1), 34-47, 1991.
A Century of Indian Shows: Canadian and United States Exhibitions in London, 1825-1925. JCH King. European Review of Native American Studies 5 (1), 35-42. 1991.
Arctic Clothing of North America-Alaska, Canada, Greenland, JCH King, McGill-Queen's Press-MQUP, 2005.
Writing biographies: A northern Plains war record robe at the British Museum, JCH King, American Indian art magazine 26 (3), 72-77. 2001.