|Birth Day||November 21, 1818|
|Birth Place||Auroa, NY|
|Age||201 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Dec 17, 1881 (age 63)|
Remembered best for his pioneering anthropological research on social structure and relationships, Morgan proposed the notion that matrilineal (rather than patriarchal) social organization was the first domestic structure in human history.
He graduated from Union College in Schenectady, New York, in 1840.
His marriage to Mary Elizabeth Steele resulted in children named Lemuel, Mary, and Helen.
He influenced the work of his famous contemporary and fellow social theorist Karl Marx.