Pygmies and Papuans
The Stone Age To-day in Dutch New Guinea
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Pygmies and Papuans The Stone Age To-day in Dutch New Guinea

By A. F. R. Wollaston
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Table of Contents
  • PYGMIES & PAPUANS THE STONE AGE TO-DAY IN DUTCH NEW GUINEA
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
  • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
  • COLOURED ILLUSTRATIONS
  • MAPS
  • INTRODUCTION
  • CHAPTER I
  • CHAPTER II
  • CHAPTER III
  • CHAPTER IV
  • CHAPTER V
  • CHAPTER VI
  • CHAPTER VII
  • CHAPTER VIII
  • CHAPTER IX
  • CHAPTER X
  • CHAPTER XI
  • CHAPTER XII
  • CHAPTER XIII
  • CHAPTER XIV
  • CHAPTER XV
  • CHAPTER XVI
  • CHAPTER XVII
  • CHAPTER XVIII
  • APPENDIX A
    • TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBER OF SPECIES COLLECTED AND THE FAMILIES TO WHICH THEY BELONG
    • FAMILY CORVIDAÆ—CROWS.
    • FAMILY PARADISEIDÆ—BIRDS-OF-PARADISE AND BOWER-BIRDS.
    • FAMILY EULABETIDÆ—TREE-STARLINGS.
    • FAMILY DICRURIDÆ—DRONGOS.
    • FAMILY ORIOLIDÆ—ORIOLES.
    • FAMILY PLOCEIDÆ—WEAVER-BIRDS.
    • FAMILY MOTACILLIDÆ—WAGTAILS.
    • FAMILY MELIPHAGIDÆ—HONEY-EATERS.
    • FAMILY NECTARINIIDÆ—SUN-BIRDS.
    • FAMILY DICÆIDÆ—FLOWER-PECKERS.
    • FAMILY ZOSTEROPIDÆ—WHITE-EYES.
    • FAMILY LANIIDÆ—SHRIKES.
    • FAMILY PRIONOPIDÆ—WOOD-SHRIKES.
    • FAMILY ARTAMIDÆ—SWALLOW-SHRIKES.
    • FAMILY TIMELIIDÆ—BABBLERS.
    • FAMILY CAMPOPHAGIDÆ—CUCKOO-SHRIKES.
    • FAMILY MUSCICAPIDÆ—FLYCATCHERS.
    • FAMILY HIRUNDINIDÆ—SWALLOWS.
    • FAMILY PITTIDÆ—PITTAS OR ANT-THRUSHES.
    • FAMILY CUCULIDÆ—CUCKOOS.
    • FAMILY CYPSELIDÆ—SWIFTS.
    • FAMILIES CAPRIMULGIDÆ AND PODARGIDÆ—NIGHTJARS AND FROG-MOUTHS.
    • FAMILY BUCEROTIDÆ—HORNBILLS.
    • FAMILY MEROPIDÆ—BEE-EATERS.
    • FAMILY CORACIIDÆ—ROLLERS.
    • FAMILY ALCEDINIDÆ—KINGFISHERS.
    • FAMILIES PSITTACIDÆ AND LORIIDÆ—PARROTS AND LORIES.
    • FAMILIES BUBONIDÆ AND STRIGIDÆ—WOOD-OWLS AND BARN-OWLS.
    • FAMILY FALCONIDÆ—EAGLES AND HAWKS.
    • FAMILY PHALACROCORACIDÆ—CORMORANTS.
    • FAMILY ANATIDÆ—DUCKS.
    • FAMILY IBIDIDÆ—IBISES.
    • FAMILY ARDEIDÆ—HERONS.
    • FAMILIES ŒDICNEMIDÆ, CHARADRIIDÆ AND LARIDÆ—STONE-PLOVERS, PLOVERS, AND GULLS.
    • FAMILY RALLIDÆ—RAILS.
    • FAMILY COLUMBIDÆ—PIGEONS.
    • FAMILY MEGAPODIIDÆ—MEGAPODES OR MOUND-BUILDERS.
    • FAMILY CASUARIIDÆ—CASSOWARIES.
    • LIST OF THE PRINCIPAL PAPERS RELATING TO THE BIRDS OF NEW GUINEA, INCLUDING THE KEI AND ARU ISLANDS.
  • APPENDIX B
    • THE PYGMY QUESTION
    • SHORT BIBLIOGRAPHY.
  • APPENDIX C
    • I. INTRODUCTION
    • II. CLASSIFICATION OF THE LANGUAGES.
      • NORTH COAST AND ISLANDS (INCLUDING EAST AND SOUTH SHORE OF GEELVINK BAY).
      • SOUTH COAST.
    • NORTH COAST AND ISLANDS (INCLUDING EAST AND SOUTH SHORE OF GEELVINK BAY).
    • SOUTH COAST.
    • III. COMPARATIVE NOTES ON THE ANGADI-MIMIKA GROUP OF LANGUAGES.
    • IV. MALAYAN INFLUENCE ON THE SOUTH COAST OF NETHERLANDS NEW GUINEA.
    • V. A COMPARATIVE VOCABULARY OF LANGUAGES IN THE NORTH EAST AND SOUTH EAST OF NETHERLANDS NEW GUINEA AND OF BRITISH NEW GUINEA WEST OF THE FLY RIVER.
    • COMPARATIVE VOCABULARY.
    • COMPARATIVE VOCABULARY, NUMERALS.
  • INDEX
  • FOOTNOTES:
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