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The place in nature of the Tasmanian Aboriginal as deduced from a study of his calvaria. Part 2, His relation to the Australian Aboriginal / by Richard J.A. Berry and A.W.D. Robertson
Bib ID 1855814
Format BookBook
Author
Berry, R. J. A. (Richard James Arthur), 1867-1962
 
Description Edinburgh : Robert Grant & Son, 1914 
p. [144]-189, [1] folded leaf : ill. ; 26 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Tables.

Reprint from the Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Session 1913-1914, Vol. 34. Part 2 (No. 12)

Bibliography: p. 187-189.

FERG/1697 copy Digital master available National Library of Australia

Subjects Aboriginal Tasmanians -- Craniology.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Craniology.  |  Aboriginal Tasmanians -- Anthropometry.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Anthropometry.
Other authors/contributors Robertson, A. W. D

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