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Catalogue of human crania in the United States National Museum collections : [third section] Australians, Tasmanians, South African Bushmen, Hottentots, and negro
Bib ID 833557
Format BookBook
Author
Hrdlička, Alěs, 1869-1943
 
Description Wash. : Govt. Pr., 1928 
140 p. : tables ; 25 cm. 
Series

United States National Museum. Proceedings ; v.71, art 24, 1928

Notes

Cover title.

The first and second sections of this catalogue were published in the Proceedings of the United States National Museum, v.63, art. 12, 1924, and v.69, art.5, 1957.

Subjects Craniology -- Australia.  |  Craniology -- Africa.  |  Craniology -- Melanesia.  |  Blacks -- Craniology.  |  Craniology -- Catalogues and collections.

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