The Origin of Races
World survey of racial origins; p.94-103; The archaic society of the Tiwi; general description of economic life, Melville & Bathurst Islands, division of labour in food gathering, hunting & fishiing, provision of food for future parents-in-law, marriage rules summarized, effects of polygyny discussed; p.100-103; Population size among food gatherers (estimates for Australian tribes), systems of mating (monogamy or polygyny), longevity of fossil men (age/sex ration of Tiwi noted); p.406411; Fossil man in Australia, means of entry via land bridge, discussion of Keilor, Talgai & Cohuna skulls, comparison with other races.
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