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ANNOTATED LIST OF MAMMALS
ECOLOGIC COMMUNITIES OF SOUTHEASTERN ARIZONA
THE COLORS OF DESERT MAMMALS IN RELATION TO THE COLORS OF THE SOILS
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JSTOR: Variability in Race Hybrids
... 2.89 2.72 2.60 2.59 .43 -.14 .29 .13 z 6 cb Davenport and M. Steggerda, Race Crossing in Jamaica (Publications, Carnegie Institution of Washington, No. ...
Geneticists Biology Crossing
to Race Crossing in Jamaica, and. Davenport. challenged that belief. He. further declared that he and Steggerda. never. claimed. that browns were a deg- ...
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Geneticists and Race
AMER. ZOOL., 26:857-887 (1986). Geneticists and Race. 1. WILLIAM B. PROVINE. Department ofhistory and Division of Biological Sciences, ...
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Susan Y. Najita - History, Trauma, and the Discursive Construction ...
Charles B. Davenport, in Race Crossing in Jamaica (1929), concluded that while blacks were of an inferior mental capacity to whites, browns or hybrids were ...
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Charles B. Davenport Papers, American Philosophical Society
Davenport's 1929 work, Race Crossing in Jamaica (1929), coauthored with Morris Steggerda, represented the apogee of his influence. ...
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