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Title Our Race and its Origin
Section Section IV: Religion & Empire
Date 1867
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication Auckland
Publisher Geo T. Chapman
Region Australasia, South America, Central America and the Caribbean, South Asia, Africa, Middle East
Names Reverend Richard Taylor, Captain Cook (p23), Samuel Marsden (p24)
Places New Zealand (pp16, 23, 26, 27), Australia (pp24, 26), Tasmania (pp24, 26), Mexico (p23), Peru (p23), Easter Island (p23), Sandwich Islands (p23), Society Isles (p23), Asia, India (pp24-28), Egypt (pp24-25, 31, 33), Arabia (pp25-26), Syria (p26), Polynesia (p27), Greece (pp28, 33)
Topics anthropology, observations of indigenous people, characteristics, appearance, Esquimaux (pp17, 24-25), intermarriage (p17), indigenous customs (p19), Maori (pp19, 23, 29-31), conflict (p30) Chinese foot binding (p19), ancestry, receding civilization, loss of tradition, emigration (p25), language (pp27-28), manners (p27), abolition (p29)