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Title The Races of Men: a Philosophical Enquiry into the Influence of Race over the Destinies of Nations
Author(s) Knox, Robert
Section Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007
Date 1862
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication London
Publisher Henry Renshaw
Library Cambridge University Library
Reference V.20.24
Names Robert Knox
Topics chapters, "History of the Saxon or Scandinavian Race" (pp39-75), "Physiological Laws regulating Human Life" (pp76-145), "History of the Gipsy, Copt, and Jew" (pp146-177), "Of the Coptic, Jewish, and Phoenician Races" (pp178-214), "The dark Races of men" (pp215-317), "History of the Celtic Race" (pp318-338), "Who are the Germans?" (pp339-350), "The Slavonian Race" (pp351-361), "Of the Sarmatian Race" (pp362-369), "Question of Dominancy-England" (pp370-379), "Some Remarks on Jewish Chronology" (pp380-394), "On Human Hybridité" (pp481-507), "On Some Ancient Forms of Civilization" (pp508-531), "Africa: its Past, Present, and probable Future" (pp532-562), "On the Present Phasis of Ethnology" (pp563-587)
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