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" In describing the Chilians, MOLINA says, "Their complexion, like that of the other American nations, is of a reddish brown, but it is of a clearer hue, and readily changes to white. A tribe, who dwell in the province of Baroa, are of a clear white and... "
The Geographical, Natural and Civil History of Chili: The civil history of Chili - Page 4
by Giovanni Ignazio Molina, Alonso de Ercilla y Ziga, Richard Alsop, William Hayley - 1809
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Lectures on Physiology, Zoology, and the Natural History of Man: Delivered ...

Sir William Lawrence - Anthropology - 1819 - 579 pages
...had imagined to be their universal distinctive mark J." In describing the Chilians, MOLINA says, " Their complexion, like that of the other American...red, without any intermixture of the copper colour .* The most accurate observers, in various parts of the continent, have particularly noticed the...
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Lectures on physiology, zoology, and the natural history of man: delivered ...

Sir William Lawrence - Anthropology - 1822 - 500 pages
...which 1 had imagined to be their universal distinctive mark,"J In describing the Chilians, MOLINA says, "Their complexion, like that of the other American...clear white and red, without any intermixture of the coppercolour.'^ The most accurate observers, in various parts of the continent, have particularly noticed...
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Lectures on physiology, zoology, and the natural history of man: delivered ...

Sir William Lawrence - Anthropology - 1823 - 496 pages
...I had imagined to be their universal distinctive mark ||." In describing the Chilians, MOLINA says, "Their complexion, like that of the other American nations, is of a red* " If the Chaymas," say* HUHBOLDT, " and in general all the natives of South America and New Spain,...
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Lectures on physiology, zoology, and the natural history of man: delivered ...

Sir William Lawrence - Anthropology - 1828 - 495 pages
...I had imagined to bu their universal distinctive mark."| In describing the Chilians, MOLINA says, " Their complexion, like that of the other American...changes to white. A tribe who dwell in the province of Uaroa are of a clear white and red, without any intermixture of the copper-color.|| The most accurate...
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The Naturalist, Volumes 1-2

1831
...which I had imagined to be their universal distinctive mark.' In describing the Chilians, Molina says, their complexion, like that of the other American nations, is of a rcdish brown, but it is of a clearer hue, and readily changes to white. A tribe who dwell in the province...
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The Naturalist: Containing Treatises on Natural History, Chemistry ..., Volume 1

Natural history - 1831
...the Chilians, Molina says, their complexion, like that of the other American nations, is of a redish brown, but it is of a clearer hue, and readily changes...white and red, without any intermixture of the copper color. The most accurate observers, in various ports of the continent, have particularly noticed the...
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A natural history of quadrupeds, and other mammiferous animals

William Charles L. Martin - Nature - 1840
...different from that of Europeans, but with a pale dull cast. Molino says, respecting the Chilians, " their complexion, like that of the other American nations, is of a reddish brown, but of a clearer hue, and readily changes to white. A tribe, who dwell in the province of Baroa, are of...
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Researches Into the Physical History of Mankind, Volume 5

James Cowles Prichard - Anthropology - 1847
...description of the Chilians, gives the following account. " A tribe who dwell in the province of Boroa are of a clear white and red, without any intermixture of the copper colour." " A3 they differ in no respect from the other Chilians, this variety may be owing to some peculiar...
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Lectures on Comparative Anatomy, Physiology, Zoology, and the Natural ...

Sir William Lawrence - Anatomy, Comparative - 1848 - 396 pages
...I had imagined to be their universal distinctive mark." In describing the Chilians, MOLINA says, "Their complexion, like that of the other American...red, without any intermixture of the copper colour." || The most accurate observers, in various parts of the continent, have particularly noticed the imperfect...
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