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" behalf of the institution indicate, he says, " that there exist to-day over large parts of eastern Siberia and in Mongolia, Tibet, and other regions in that part of the world numerous remains which now form constituent parts of more modern tribes or nations,... "
Nature - Page 138
edited by - 1915
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Report of the Secretary and the Financial Report of the Executive Committee ...

Smithsonian Institution - 1910 - 592 pages
...lies the secret of the origin of the American Indian. Investigations thus far made by Dr. Hrdlicka in behalf of the Institution indicate, he says, " that...population (related in origin, perhaps, with the latest paleolithic European), which were physically identical with, and in all probability gave rise to, the...
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Iowa Journal of History, Volume 11

Iowa - 1913 - 726 pages
...evidence with due respect to other possible views, the writer feels justified in advancing the opinion that there exist to-day over large parts of eastern...population (related in origin perhaps with the latest paleolithic European), which was physically identical with and in all probability gave rise to the...
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Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, Volume 60

Science - 1913 - 662 pages
...evidence with due respect to other possible views, the writer feels justified in advancing the opinion that there exist to-day over large parts of eastern...population (related in origin perhaps with the latest paleolithic European), which was physically identical with and in all probability gave rise to the...
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Three New Species of Pipunculidae (Diptera) from Panama

John Russell Malloch - Diptera - 1913 - 602 pages
...evidence with due respect to other possible views, the writer feels justified in advancing the opinion that there exist to-day over large parts of eastern...population (related in origin perhaps with the latest paleolithic European), which was physically identical with and in all probability gave rise to the...
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Transactions of the Canadian Institute

Canadian Institute (1849-1914) - Science - 1913 - 288 pages
...one of the concluding paragraphs. "The writer", he says, "feels justified in advancing the opinion that there exist to-day over large parts of eastern...population (related in origin perhaps with the latest paleolithic European), which was physically identical with, and in all probability gave rise to, the...
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Archaeological Investigations in the Aleutian Islands

Waldemar Jochelson - Social Science - 1925 - 246 pages
...and Northern Mongolia. Based on these observations, Doctor Hrdlicka advanced the following opinion: " There exist to-day over large parts of Eastern Siberia,...population (related in origin perhaps with the latest Palaeolithic European), which was physically identical with and in all probability gave rise to the...
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Archaeological Investigations in the Aleutian Islands

Waldemar Jochelson - Social Science - 1925 - 228 pages
...and Northern Mongolia. Based on these observations, Doctor Hrdlicka advanced the following opinion: " There exist to-day over large parts of Eastern Siberia,...population (related in origin perhaps with the latest Palaeolithic European), which was physically identical with and in all probability gave rise to the...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian ..., Volume 68, Issue 1

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - Discoveries in science - 1914 - 1008 pages
...evidence with due respect to other possible views, the writer feels justified in advancing the opinion that there exist to-day over large parts of eastern...population (related in origin, perhaps, with the latest paleolithic European), which was physically Identical with and in all probability gave rise to the...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - Discoveries in science - 1915 - 940 pages
...American Indian. Investigations thus far made by Dr. Hrdlicka in behalf of the Institution indicate, he " that there exist to-day over large parts of eastern...population (related in origin, perhaps, with the latest paleolithic European), which were physically identical with, and in all probability gave rise to, the...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1915 - 934 pages
...behalf of the Institution indicate, he " that there exist to-day over large parts of eastern Siberia and Mongolia, Tibet, and other regions in that part of...population (related in origin, perhaps, with the latest paleolithic European), which were physically identical with, and in all probability gave rise to, the...
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