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" Europeans • for the greater part of the inhabitants are negroes, of which there are many tribes. Some of these are intelligent, and live tolerably well, but the greater part are either in a savage or a barbarous state. 4. The climate being warm they... "
Peter Parley's Universal history, on the basis of geography - Page 100
by Peter Parley (pseud.), Elizabeth Manning Hawthorne - 1869
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Crossley's Comprehensive class book

John Thomas Crossley - 1845
...than any other portion of the globe. Many parts of the interior have never been visited by Europeans. The greater part of the inhabitants are negroes, of...but the greater part are either in a " savage or a 3 barbarons state. The climate being warm, they need little shelter or clothing. Their houses are therefore...
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The revised lesson book for standard i (iii-vi) of the revised code of the ...

Revised lesson book - 1864
...than any other portion of the globe. Many parts of the interior have never been visited by Europeans. The greater part of the inhabitants are negroes, of...but the greater part are either in a ' savage or a 3 barbarous state. The climate being warm, they need little shelter 01 clothing. Their houses are therefore...
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The Freedman's Third Reader

Readers and speakers - 1866 - 264 pages
...visited by Europeans. The greater part of the inhabitants are either in a savage or a barbarous state. 3. The climate being warm, they need little shelter or clothing. Their houses are therefore poor mud huts, or slight tenements made of leaves or branches of trees. Their dress is often but a single...
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Parley's Common School History of the World: A Pictorial History of the ...

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - World history - 1870 - 360 pages
...other grand division of the globe. Many portions of the interior have never been visited by Europeans. The greater part of the inhabitants are negroes, of...well, but the greater part are either in a savage or barbarous state. 4. The climate being warm, they need little shelter or clothing. Their houses are...
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Peter Parley's Universal history, on the basis of geography

Peter Parley (pseud.), Elizabeth Manning Hawthorne - 1871
...Lesseps, and recently opened, which reduces the voyage to our Eastern possessions very materially. 3. Africa is less known than any other portion of...Their dress is often but a single piece of cloth tied round the waist. 5. Beside the negroes, there ure several other races of Africans. The inhabitants...
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Peter Parley's Universal History on the Basis of Geography

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - World history - 1886 - 718 pages
...there are many tribes. Some of these are intelligent, and live tolerably well, but the greater part are in a savage or a barbarous state. 4. The climate being...shelter or clothing. Their houses are therefore poor mud huts, or slight tenements made of leaves or branches of trees. Their dress is often but a single...
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