The Human Race
by Louis Figuier
Publisher: D. Appleton & co. 1872
Number of pages: 548
The different races which originate in one species, the primitive type having been modified by the operation of climate, food, soil, intermixture and local customs, differ, it must be admitted, to a marvellous extent, in their outward appearance, colour and physiognomy...
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