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" So long as physiologists continued to believe that Man had not existed on the earth above six thousand years, they might, with good reason, withhold their assent from the doctrine of a unity of origin of so many distinct races; but the difficulty becomes... "
Harper's Magazine - Page 129
1863
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The Races of the Old World: A Manual of Ethnology

Charles Loring Brace - Ethnology - 1863 - 540 pages
...long as physiologists continued to believe that man had not existed on the earth above six thousand years, they might, with good reason, withhold their...temperature, or food, or danger, or ways of living." (Lyell, Ant. of Man, p. 383.) So, again, we find the Mexicans in their comparatively cool districts,...
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The geological evidences of the antiquity of man

sir Charles Lyell (bart.) - 1863
...long as physiologists continued to believe that man had not existed on the earth above six thousand years, they might, with good reason, withhold their...the lapse of time during which different communities ma}' have spread slowly, and become isolated, each exposed for ages to a peculiar set of conditions,...
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The Races of the Old World: A Manual of Ethnology

Charles Loring Brace - Ethnology - 1863 - 540 pages
...long as physiologists continued to believe that man had not existed on the earth above six thousand years, they might, with good reason, withhold their...assent from the doctrine of a unity of origin of so It may be thought that on this view we do not make enough of the direct effect of climate in forming...
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A Manual of Ethnology: Or, The Races of the Old World

Charles Loring Brace - Ethnology - 1869 - 428 pages
...long as physiologists continued to believe that man had not existed on the earth above six thousand years, they might, with good reason, withhold their...temperature, or food, or danger, or ways of living." (Lyell, Ant. of Man, p. 386.) So, again, we find the Mexicans in their comparatively cool districts,...
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Scribners Monthly, Volume 2

Literature - 1871
...long as physiologists continued to believe' that man had not existed on the earth above six thousand years, they might, with good reason, withhold their assent from the doctrine of. a unity 6f origin of so many distinct races." f Which alternative shall we adopt — reject the Mosaic chronology,...
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Pre-historic Races of the United States of America

John Wells Foster - Mound-builders - 1874 - 415 pages
...Charles, " as physiologists continue to believe that men had not existed on the earth above six thousand years, they might, with good reason, withhold their...temperature, or food, or danger, or ways of living. The law of the geometrical rate of the increase of population, which causes it always to press hard...
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Science and Scripture; or, The work of redemption in its relation to the ...

Rev. James BRODIE - 1875 - 271 pages
...long as physiologists continued to believe that man had not existed on the earth above six thousand years, they might, with good reason, withhold their...doctrine of a unity of origin of so many distinct races.' He afterwards speaks of tribes in a primitive state of barbarism being kept in ' complete isolation...
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The Doctrine of Sacred Scripture: A Critical, Historical, and ..., Volume 1

George Trumbull Ladd - Bible - 1883
...long as physiologists continued to believe that man had not existed upon the earth above six thousand years, they might, with good reason, withhold their...doctrine of a unity of origin of so many distinct races." 1 The view of this author is undoubtedly the one prevalent among those competent to form an opinion.2...
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Pre-historic Races of the United States of America

John Wells Foster - Mound-builders - 1887 - 399 pages
...physiologists continue to believe that men had not existed on the earth above six thousand j"ears, they might, with good reason, withhold their assent...temperature, or food, or danger, or ways of living. The law of the geometrical rate of the increase of population, which causes it always to press hard...
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The Geological Evidence of Man

Charles Lyell - Science - 2005 - 432 pages
...long as physiologists continued to believe that Man had not existed on the earth above six thousand years, they might with good reason withhold their...temperature, or food, or danger, or ways of living. The law of the geometrical rate of the increase of population which causes it always to press hard...
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