Anthropology: Race, Language, Culture, Psychology, Prehistory, Volume 1
What anthropology is about; Man's place in nature; Fossil man; Living races; Problems of race difference; Language; The nature of culture; Patterns; Culture processes; Culture change; Some histories of inventions: the interplay of factors; Culture growths and spreads; Story of the alphabet; Distributions; Cultural psychology; The beginnings of human civilization; Later prehistory and ethnology in the old world; American prehistory and ethnology; Retrospect and prospect.
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WHAT ANTHROPOLOGY IS ABOUT
MANS PLACE IN NATURE
FOUR FAMILY TREES
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Acheulian actual Africa Ainu alphabet American ancient animals anthropology apes Asia Aurignacian Australoid basic become bones bronze Bronze Age called Caucasian century chimpanzee China Chinese Christian civilization Cro-Magnon culture definitely diffusion distinct early East Egypt Egyptian elements English Eskimo Europe European evidence fact factors Farther India flake fossil French function Greek habits heredity Hindu Hohokam human Indians individuals Indo-European influence instance invention Japanese language later Latin less linguistic living Magdalenian Maya means Mediterranean Mesolithic Mesopotamia modern Mongoloid Mousterian nations native Neandertal Negritos Negro Negroid Neolithic North organic origin pattern perhaps period Pithecanthropus Pleistocene population pottery primitive probably psychological race racial region religion remains Roman seems Semitic similar skull social society Solutrean sound South South America specific speech spread stone style tend thousand tion traits tribes Upper Palaeolithic western whole wholly words writing