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Title Laws affecting Civilized and Savage Life
Author(s) Bartle Frere, Sir H
Section Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007
Date 1882
Document Type Printed Book
Publisher Anthropological Institute
Library Cambridge University Library
Region North America, Africa, South America, Europe, South Asia, Central America and the Caribbean
Names Sir H. Bartle Frere
Places United States of America, USA, Southern States (p314), East Africa (p314), Egypt (p318), South Africa (pp314, 322), Latin America, Brazil (p314), West Indies (p314), India (p314), Greece (p318)
Topics dealings of colonists with indigenous people, indigenous tribes of India, Hinduism (p314), Hindu sculpture, painting (p314), inter-racial marriage, intermarriage (pp315-316), concubinage (p316), polygamy (p323), village industries (p315), conquering civilizations (pp318-319), Roman occupation (pp319-321), observations of African indigenous people (pp322-325), language, appearance, customs, health, disease, measles (p325), smallpox (p325), sexually transmitted disease, venereal disease (p325), alcohol (pp325, 342), labourers (p345), slaves (p346), education (p347), emigration (p350), laws affecting relations between colonists and indigenous people (pp351-352)
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