The ethnology of Eastern Asia ; The ethnology of South Eastern Asia

The ethnology of the Indian Archipelago and Eastern Asia has African and Asiatic characteristics. The first study tries to show the linguistic and physiological links. The second study describes the physical characteristics of the region and ethnic movements throughout time in Southeastern Asia.

 

Title
The ethnology of Eastern Asia ; The ethnology of South Eastern Asia
Creator
Logan, James Richardson
Subject
Ethnic Communities
Ethnology--East Asia
Ethnology--Southeast Asia
People and communities
Genealogy
Heritage and Culture
Publisher
Printed at the Mission Press, [1850?]
Digital Description
application/pdf, 6694 KB, 50 p.
Table of Contents
The ethnology of Eastern Asia: Sect. 1. Introductory remarks on the ethnological importance of the languages of E. Asia, the isolation of the tonic group, and its relation to the Tartarian and other harmonic languages
Sect. 2. Ethnic regions of Eastern Asia; the races inhabiting them; their general physiological pecularities; and their fundamental connection in physiological and mental character, languages and customs. The ethnology of South Eastern Asia: Sect. 1. General physical characteristics of the region
Sect. 2. Inner, Outer or Oceanic Divisions. Their influence on ethnic movements in different eras. The present distribution of the races inhabiting them. Influence of the region on physical and mental character and civilisation. Intermixture with surrounding races
Sect. 3. Ethnic boundaries of the S.E. Asian races.
All Rights Reserved. National Library Board Singapore 2006.

 

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