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Ay be represented by the Negrillosthe Ainus the Esuimaux and the LappsStanley's short book provides an interesting window into the thoughts of a th century explorer of the African continentAbout the author Sir Henry Morton Stanleywas a journalist and explorer who was famous for his exploration of central Africa and his search for missionary and explorer David Livingstone Upon finding Livingstone Stanley reportedly asked Dr Livingstone I presume Stanley is also known for his search for the source of the Nile his pioneering work that enabled the occupation of the Congo Basin region by King Leopold II of Belgium and his command of the Emin Pasha Relief Expedition He was knighted in.

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Origin of the Negro Race 1900'Origin of the Negro ePUB #180 the Negro Race' cites the work of Victorian naturalists ethnographers and linguists The Lost White Tribe On the sculptures of Egyptian monuments on Origin of PDFEPUBthe face of the Sphynx in the features of the most ancient mummies and in those of Egyptian wooden and stone statues I see the Afro of the Negro PDFEPUB #194 Asiatic type Henry Morton StanleyIn all my travels I have seen nothing so wonderful than this that in whatever disguise I found man something in him seems to justify the belief that 'we are all the children of one Father' So concludes Henry Morton Stanley in his short page work Origin of the Negro Race published in Stanley describes.

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Origin of the Negro Race (1900) Summary ß 108 ✓ [PDF / Epub] ✅ Origin of the Negro Race (1900) By Henry Morton Stanley – Eyltransferservices.co.uk 'Origin of the Negro Race' cites the work of Victorian naturalists ethnographers and linguists The Lost White Tribe 2016On the sculptures of Egyptian monuments on the face of tThe ancient Egyptians as people are commonly called Turanians and they have been variously described as 'dusky dark black black skinned and their hair as varying from coarse straight black hair' to 'curly' 'crinkly' and 'woolly'Noting other early black civilizations Stanley writes that on the Asiatic continent there are still abundant evidences of the color of early man In the Dravidian Hill tribes in Eastern Assam the Malacca peninsula Perak Cochin China the Andaman Sandal and Nicobar Islands we find from a host of authorities that it was black and that some of the people had decidedly woolly hair others kinky or frizzly hair others straight and coal black A still earlier man m.