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VI.--Influence of Commerce on the Local Distribution of Nations.
Cod Fishery. Fur-bearing Animals. Spices. Logwood. Slave
Trade. Tin. Amber.
VII.-Marriage and Paternal Authority. Age of Marriage. Unchastity.
Polygamy. Polyandry. Incest. Wife Stealing. Purchase of Brides.
Hetarism. Terms expressive of Relationship. Gyneocracy. Heirship of
VIII.-Social Germs. Vendetta. Weregild. Ideas of Property. Dignity
of Chiefs. Slavery. Caste. Nobility.
IX.—Religious Impulses in Uncivilized Nations. Man's Need of Causality.
Stone Worship. Tree Worship. Animal Worship. Worship of Water, the
Sun, and the Forces of Nature. Idea of Immortality. Ancestor Worship.
Trial by Ordeal.
Sorcery as the Cause of Death. Trial
Prayer. Sacrifice. Brahma and the
XI.-Buddhism. Vedântâ and Sânkhja. Life of Buddha. Nirvana.
XII.-Dualistic Religions. Good and Evil Powers. Zoroaster. Ormuzd
and Ahriman. Resurrection of the Dead. Morality.
XIII.-Monotheism of Israel. Polytheistic Rudiments. Former Crudeness
of the Conception of the Deity. Appearance of the Prophets. Moral Order
of the World. Contempt for Sacrifice. Lofty Conception of the Deity.
Enlightenment in Exile.
XIV.-Doctrines of Christianity. Doctrine of Preëxistence in the Old
Testament. Benign Providence. The Lord's Prayer. Morality. Christianity
XV.-Islâm. Mohammed. The Koran. Monotheistic Purism. Moral
Laws. Doctrine of Election. Extension.
XVI.-The Zone of the Founders of Religions. Terrors of Nature.
Influence of Food. Influence of the Desert.
Physical Characters. Language. Abode. Implements. Mental Endow-
ments. Customs. Causes of their Extinction.
I.—The Malay Race. Geographical Distribution of the Polynesians. Im-
plements, Customs, and Mental Endowments of the Polynesian Malays.
Asiatic Malays (Sundanese, Tagals, Bisaya, True Malays, Javanese, Batta,
Dyaks, Macassarenes, Bugis). Micronesians. Inhabitants of Madagascar
and Formosa. Physical Characters.
II.-Southern Asiatics with Monosyllabic Languages. Races in Thibet and the
Himalayas. Burmese. Siamese. Laos. Annamites. Chinese. Chinese
III.-Coreans and Japanese. Linguistic Characters.
IV.-Mongoloid Nations in the North of the Old World. Ural-Altaic
Race. (a) Tungus Branch. (6) Mongolian Branch (Eastern Mongolian,
Kalmuck, Buriat, Hazara). (c) Turkish Branch (Uighur, Uzbek, Osmanli,
Yakut, Turcoman, Nogay, Basian, Kumuk, Karakalpak, Kirghiz). (d) Finnish
Branch, Ugrian Division (Ostiak, Voguls, Magyar). Bulgarian Division.
Permian Division. True Finnish Division (Suomi, Lapps). (e) Samoyed
VI.-The Tribes of Behring's Straits. Physical Characters. (a) Kamtskadals.
(b) Koriak and Tshuktshi. (c) Namollo and Eskimo. (d) Aleutian.
(e) Thlinkite and Vancouver Tribes.
VII.—Aborigines of America. Migration from Asia by way of Behring's
Straits. Mongoloid Racial Characters. Linguistic Relation to the Altaic
Type. Mongolian Customs. Comparison of the New and the Old World.
(a) The Hunting Tribes in the Northern Continent (Kenay and Athabask,
Algonkin, Iroquois, Dahcota, South-eastern and South-western Group).
(b) South American Hunting Tribes (Tupi, Guaycuru, Gês, Cren, Ara-
wak, Carib). Comparison of Northern and Southern Hunting Tribes.
Moundbuilders. Copper Mines. De Sotos' Military Expedition. (c) The
Civilized Nations of North America (Sonora Languages. Cibola, Pueblo,
Nahualtec, Maya, Quiché.) The Civilized Nations of South America
(Chibcha, Quichua, Yunca, Araucanian, Patagonian). Indigenous Origin
of American Culture. Comparison of the Civilizations of the Northern and
Physical Characters. Dwarf Nations. Hottentot Language. Hottentot
Physical Characters. I. - Bantu Negroes. Suaheli, Betchuana, Kaffirs,
Inland Tribes, Bunda Nations, Congo Negroes.
II.-Soudan Negroes. (Ibo, Nuffi, Ewhe, Otshi). Ivory and Pepper Coast.
Mandingo. Joloffer. Sererer. Fulbe. Sourhay. Hausa. Kanuri. Téda
(Tibbu) not Negroes. Bagrimma. Maba. Nile Tribes. Fundi. Nobah.
Africa as a Residence. Civilization of the Bantu and Soudan Negroes.
1.-Hamite. Physical Characters. (a) Berber, Guanch, Shellah, Tuareg,
Téda. (b) Ancient Egyptians. (c) East African Hamite (Berabra, Bedsha,
Shukurieh, Kababish, Hassanieh, Dankali, Galla, Somali, Wakuafi, Masai).
Civilization of Ancient Egypt.
II.-Semite. Physical Characters. Ethnography of the Bible. (a) Northern
Semite (Aramaic, Hebrew, Canaanite, Assyrian, and Babylonian). Position
of the Akkadian or Sumerian. (b) Southern Semite; a Northern Arab,
B Southern Arab, Abyssinian. Chaldean Civilization. Religion of the
IV. The Indo-European Race. (a) Asiatic, Sanscrit Nations (Neo-
Indian Languages, Siah Pôsh, Gipsy). Erânian (Persian, Kurd, Armenian,
Osset, Tadshik). Afghan. (6) European. a Northern European. Letto-
Slavonian (Lett, Slavonian.) Germanic Nations (Scandinavian, Goth,
Teuton). B Southern European, Greek, Albanian, Latin (Portuguese,
Spanish, Catalonian, Provençal, Northern French, Alpine Dialects, Fur-
lanian, Roumanian). Celtic. Original Abode of Indo-Europeans. Europe
as a Place of Abode.