Habitat, economy and society; a geographical introduction to ethnology, by C. Daryll Forde.


[5th ed.].. New York, Dutton [1963] .

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Subjects Anthropology.
Ethnology.
Primitive societies.
Series Dutton paperback ; D-110.
Description xv, 500 p. ill. 20 cm.
Notes Bibliography: p. 473-490.
Contents pt. 1 -- Food gatherers -- The Semang and Sakai: collectors in the Malayan forests -- The Bushmen: hunters in the Kalahari Desert -- The Paiute: collectors in the Great Basin -- The Blackfoot: buffalo hunters of the North American Plains -- The Nootka, Kwakiutl and other fishing peoples of British Columbia -- The Yukaghir: reindeer hunters in the Siberian Tundra -- The Eskimo: seal and caribou hunters in Arctic America -- pt. 2 -- Cultivators -- The Boro of the western Amazon forest -- The Yoruba and Boloki: hoe cultivators in the African forests -- Oceanians: peoples of the eastern Solomons and the Society Islands -- The Hopi and Yuma: flood farmers in the North American desert -- Cochin: and Indian state on the Malabar Coast -- pt. 3 -- Pastoral Nomads -- The Masai: cattle herders on the East African plateau -- The Ruwala Badawin: camel breeders of Northern Arabia -- The Kazak, Kirghiz and Kalamuck: horse and sheep herders of Central Asia -- The Northern Tungus and other reindeer herders of Siberia -- pt. 4 -- Habitat and economy -- Food-gathering economies -- Digging stick, hoe and plough cultivation -- Pastoralism -- Cultivated plants and the development of agriculture -- The domestication and utilization of animals -- Conclusion.
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(OCoLC)1078259
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