The American aborigines, their origin and antiquity; a collection of papers by ten authors, assembled and edited by Diamond Jenness; published for presentation at the fifth Pacific Science Congress, Canada, 1933.

; Pacific Science Congress (5th : 1933 : Victoria and Vancouver, B.C.)
[Toronto] The University of Toronto Press, 1933.

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Other Authors Pacific Science Congress (5th : 1933 : Victoria and Vancouver, B.C.)
Subjects Human beings -- Migrations.
Indians -- Origin.
Indians of North America -- Antiquities.
Indians of South America -- Antiquities.
Description 396 p. illus. (maps) 24 cm.
Notes "References": p. 307-311.
Contents Quaternary geology of North America in relation to the migration of man, by W.A. Johnston.--Pleistocene vertebrates and their bearing on the problem of human antiquity in North America, by A.S. Romer.--The antiquity of man in America in the light of archæology, by N.C. Nelson.--Racial types in America and their relations to Old World types, by E.A. Hooton.--Ethnological diversity in America and its significance, by Clark Wissler.--Origin of civilizations in Central America and Mexico, by H.J. Spinden.--Origin of the Indian civilizations in South America, by Erland Nordenskiöld.--Contacts with America across the Southern Pacific, by R.B. Dixon.--Relationships between North-west America and North-east Asia, by Franz Boas.--The problem of the Eskimo, by Diamond Jenness.
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