Analytical and Critical Bibliography of the Tribes of Tierra del Fuego and Adjacent Territory

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CONTENTS
Page
Introduction1
Scope of the present work1
General division of tribes2
Yahgans2
Names2
Territory3
Present condition4
Alacaluf5
Names5
Territory6
Linguistic evidence10
Glossary12
Somatological evidence29
Cultural evidence29
Chonos30
Names and territory30
Language34
Somatology41
Culture43
Present condition of the Chonos and Alacaluf46
Onas48
Names48
Territory49
Shílk'nam-Mánekenkn relations49
Ona-Tehuelche relations52
Present condition56
Past and future of Fuegian investigations59
Early writers and explorers to 180059
History of investigation60
Future of Fuegian and Chonoan investigation63
Author bibliography65
Subject bibliography137
Orientation137
Bibliographies137
Ethnological maps137
Environment137
Somatology138
Anatomy138
Anatomy, physiology, pathology140
Expression of the emomtions140
Languages141
Lexical sources141
Grammatical sources144
Texts144
General remarks144

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  • Title Page i
  • Letter of Transmittal iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Analytical and Critical Bibliography of the Tribes of Tierra Del Fuego and Adjacent Territory 1
  • Past and Future of Fuegian Investigations 59
  • Author Bibliography 65
  • Subject Bibliography 137
  • Index of Subjects 229
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