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For at least the 19271928 academic year, Indiana Jones taught at a small, private New England college in the United States of America on the recommendation of Marcus Brody.

By May 1928, Jones was in his second year at the college but had become popular enough to have amassed a waiting list for his classes as well as having three quarters of his students being female at a time when ninety percent of archaeologists were male (much to the amusement and derision of his colleagues).

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