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Expeditions into Central Australia, vol 2

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Published: 1841
Language: English
Wordcount: 135,503 / 392 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 76
LoC Category: G
Downloads: 332
mnybks.net#: 2528
Genre: Travel
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GES HE LABOURS UNDER IN HIS RELATIONS WITH EUROPEANS--AGGRESSIONS AND INJURIES ON THE PART OF THE LATTER IN GREAT DEGREE EXTENUATE HIS CRIMES

CHAPTER II.

PHYSICAL APPEARANCE--DRESS--CHARACTER--HABITS OF LIFE--MEETINGS OF TRIBES--WARS--DANCES--SONGS

CHAPTER III.

FOOD--HOW PROCURED--HOW PREPARED--LIMITATION AS TO AGE, etc.

CHAPTER IV.

PROPERTY IN LAND--DWELLINGS--WEAPONS--IMPLEMENTS--GOVERNMENT--CUSTOMS--SOCIAL RELATIONS--MARRIAGE--NOMENCLATURE

CHAPTER V.

CEREMONIES AND SUPERSTITIONS--FORMS OF BURIAL--MOURNING CUSTOMS--RELIGIOUS IDEAS--EMPIRICS, etc.

CHAPTER VI.

NUMBERS--DISEASES--CAUSE OF LIMITED POPULATION--CRIMES AGAINST EUROPEANS

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