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" Cuba, or anywhere in his natural state, is quite as likely to squat on his hams as to stand on his feet. Thus, an anatomist with the negro and ourang-outang before him, after a careful comparison, would say, perhaps, that nature herself had been puzzled... "
A Manual of Physiology and of the Principles of Disease - Page 35
by Edward Dillon Mapother - 1864 - 567 pages
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Negroes and Negro "slavery:": The First an Inferior Race; the Latter Its ...

John H. Van Evrie - African Americans - 1861 - 339 pages
...or anywhere in his natural state, is quite as likely to squat on his hams as to stand on his feet. Thus, an anatomist with the negro and ourang-outang...inclination to the form and attitude of each other. 5 CHAPTER VII. THE HAIK . NEXT to color, there is nothing so palpable to the sense as the hair, or...
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On the Negro's Place in Nature

James Hunt - African Americans - 1863 - 60 pages
...animal functions, render the Negro head radically and widely different from that of the white man. Thus an anatomist, with the Negro and ourang-outang...inclination to the form and attitude of each other." Dr. Louis Biichnerf has drawn a most graphic picture of some of the physical characters of the Negro...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 81

1864
...be becoming lor me to utter or you to hear. " Thus, an anatomist, with the negro and ountng-outang before him, after a careful comparison, would say,...inclination to the form and attitude of each other." And this is put before the unsuspecting public, without comment or qualification, us the verdict of...
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White Supremacy and Negro Subordination ; Or, Negroes a Subordinate Race ...

John H. Van Evrie - African Americans - 1868 - 399 pages
...or anywhere in his natural state, is quite as likely to squat on his hams as to stand on his feet. Thus, an anatomist with the negro and ourang-outang...inclination to the form and attitude of each other. 6 CHAPTER VII. THE HAIK . NEXT to color, there is nothing so palpable to the sense as the hair, or...
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Memoirs Read Before the Anthropological Society of London, Volume 1

Anthropology - 1865
...animal functions, render the Negro head radically and widely different from that of the white man. Thus an anatomist, with the Negro and ourang-outang...inclination to the form and attitude of each other." Dr. Louis Buchnerf has drawn a most graphic picture of » On Negroes and Negro Slavery, p. 93-4-7....
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White Supremacy and Negro Subordination; Or, Negroes a Subordinate Race, and ...

John H. Van Evrie - African Americans - 1870 - 399 pages
...or anywhere in his natural Etate, is quite as likely to squat on his hams as to stand on his feet. Thus, an anatomist with the negro and ourang-outang...where to place them, and had finally compromised the mattor by giving them an exactly equal inclination to the form and attitude of each other. 5 CHAPTER...
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Anti-abolition Tracts and Anti-Black Stereotypes

John David Smith - Social Science - 1993 - 438 pages
...with the negro, the lowest in the human Gent«, and an anatomist would say that Nature had apparently been puzzled where to place them, and had finally compromised the matter by giving an exactly equal inclination lo the form and attitude of each other. THE НИВ. Next to the color...
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