Oxford University Press, 1974 - Race - 625 pages
Chapter on the physical features (mostly skeletal) of Aborigines which the author used to differentiate what he terms the Australids as a separate racial group; other briefer references to Aborigines.
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From Neanderthal man to the philosophers of
A skull of Neanderthal man with part of a skull of a modern Europid a Frenchman for comparison
Johann Friedrich Blumenbach
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ability adult Africa already ancestors animals appear Australids authors belonging body bones called cause century certain chapter characters civilization closely colour considerable considered culture described detail developed distinct distinguished effect ethnic taxa European Europids evidence evolution example existence expressed extended face fact figure follows genes genetic give given head human hybrids idea important instance interesting Jews kind known latter less living lower male marked mean mentioned natural nearly Negrids Negroes nose occur organs origin particular persons physical population possible present primitive probably problem produced published races referred regarded region remarks represented resemblance respect result seems seen selection sense separate shown side similar single skin skull species subrace suggest supposed taxon term tests tion tribes typical usually various whole wide writings