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" Undoubtedly (to my thinking) most " fairy " myths arose from the contemplation of the mysterious habits of dwarf troglodyte races lingering on still in the crannies, caverns, forests, and mountains of Europe after the invasion of neolithic man. "
Shakespeare and the Supernatural: A Brief Study of Folklore, Superstition ... - Page 14
by Margaret Lucy, William Jaggard - 1905 - 36 pages
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The Uganda Protectorate: An Attempt to Give Some Description of ..., Volume 2

Sir Harry Hamilton Johnston - Africa - 1902
...like the Veddah, the Australian, the Dravidian, the Ainu, than the Bushman or Congo Pygmy. Undoubtedly (to my thinking) most " fairy " myths arose from the contemplation of the mysterious habits of dwarf troglodyte races lingering on still in the crannies, caverns, forests, and mountains of Europe after...
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The Uganda protectorate: an attempt to give some description of the physical ...

Sir Harry Hamilton Johnston - African languages - 1902
...like the Veddah, the Australian, the Dravidian, the Ainu, than the Bushman or Congo Pygmy. Undoubtedly (to my thinking) most " fairy " myths arose from the contemplation of the mysterious habits of dwarf troglodyte races lingering on still in the crannies, caverns, forests, and mountains of Europe after...
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Annual Report

Smithsonian Institution - Science - 1903
...like the Veddah, the Australian, the Dravidian. the Ainu than the Bushman or Congo pygmy. Undoubtedly (to my thinking) most " fairy" myths arose from the contemplation of the. mysterious habits of dwarf troglodyte races lingering on still in the crannies, caverns, foreste, and mountains of Europe after...
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Report of the Board of Regents, Part 1

Discoveries in science - 1903
...the Australian, the Dravidian, the Ainu than the Bushman or Congo pygmy. Undoubtedly (to my'thinking) most "fairy" myths arose from the contemplation of the mysterious habits of dwarf troglodyte races lingering on still in the crannies, caverns, forests, and mountains of Europe after...
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The Antiquary, Volume 42

Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson - Archaeology - 1906
...too much to assume that the negro species ever inhabited Europe," but adds that undoubtedly to his thinking " most fairy myths arose from the contemplation of the mysterious habits of dwarf troglodyte races lingering on still in the crannies, caverns, forests, and mountains of Europe after...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution: 1902

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1903
...like the Veddah, the Australian, the Dravidian, the Ainu than the Bushman or Congo pyguiy. Undoubtedly (to my thinking) most " fairy'' myths arose from the contemplation of the mysterious habits of dwarf troglodyte races lingering on still in the crannies, caverns, forests, and mountains of Europe after...
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Strange and Secret Peoples : Fairies and Victorian Consciousness: Fairies ...

Stern College for Women Carole G. Silver Professor of English - Social Science - 1998 - 288 pages
...Eritannica. The African Pygmies were the same as the "dwarf troglodyte races lingering on in the . . . caverns, forests, and mountains of Europe after the invasion of neolithic man," said Sir Harry Johnston (p. 516). Guy Burrows had "no doubt that at one time they flourished on the...
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Report of the Board of Regents, Part 1

Discoveries in science - 1903
...thinking) most " fairy" myths arose from the contemplation of the mysterious habits of dwarf troglodyte races lingering on still in the crannies, caverns,...mountains of Europe after the invasion of neolithic man. But we must not too widely assume that these extinct pygmy races were negroes. They might well have...
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