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Man, Past and Present

by Alfred Court, A.H. Keane, A. Hingston Quiggin Haddon

This is an ambitious book on the history of mankind, with a focus on races. Originally published 1899 by Keane, this book has been revised and largely re-written by Quiggin and Haddon.

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