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The mental characteristics of primitive man, as exemplified by the Australian Aborigines

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The mental characteristics of primitive man, as exemplified by the Australian Aborigines
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The mental characteristics of primitive man, as exemplified by the Australian Aborigines
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Ingenuity exemplified by well-sinking, drawing and paintings, system of marriage restrictions; moral character - lack of chastity, abortion, infanticide, care of blind etc., children; ill-treatment of women; influence of old women; claims Aborigines not degenerated from higher civilization; discussion of paper by W.C. Dendy, R. King, A. Lane Fox
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1835-1910
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Wake, C. Staniland
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The mental characteristics of primitive man, as exemplified by the Australian Aborigines
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https://aiatsis.gov.au/sites/default/files/catalogue_resources/m0053786v1.pdf
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M0053786
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0077129
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The mental characteristics of primitive man, as exemplified by the Australian Aborigines
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https://aiatsis.gov.au/sites/default/files/catalogue_resources/m0053786v1.pdf
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Control code
M0053786
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0077129

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