Our primitive contemporaries, by George Peter Murdock.


New York, The Macmillan Company, 1934.

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Subjects Ethonology.
Homme primitif.
Primitive societies.
Société primitive.
Description xxii, 614 pages illustrations, color plates 21 cm
Copyright Date 1934.
Notes Maps on lining-papers.
Bibliography at end of each chapter.
Also issued online.
Contents chapter 1. The Tasmanians -- chapter 2. The Aranda of central Australia -- chapter 3. The Samoans -- chapter 4. The Semang of the Malay Peninsula -- chapter 5. The Todas of southern India -- chapter 6. The Kazaks of central Asia -- chapter 7. The Ainus of northern Japan -- chapter 8. The Polar Eskomos -- chapter 9. The Haidas of British Columbia -- chapter 10. The Crows of the Western Plains -- chapter 11. The Iroquois of northern New York -- chapter 12. The Hopi of Arizona -- chapter 13. The Aztecs of Mexico -- chapter 14. The Incas of Peru -- chapter 15. The Witotos of northwestern Amazonia -- chapter 16. The Nama Hottentots of southwest Africa -- chapter 17. The Ganda of Uganda -- chapter 18. The Dahomeans of west Africa.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)479092
(OCoLC)ocm00479092
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WorldCat Identities Murdock, George Peter, 1897-1985.
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