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Volume 1, 1868

I. Physiological.

1. Individual.
1.

Colour.

2.

Height: shape.

3.

Physiognomy: head.

4.

Hair.

5.

Health: constitution: teeth.

6.

Sensorial faculties.

7.

Puberty: natural selection: number of children.

8.

Malformations: albinos.

9.

Diseases.

2. Social.
10.

Ordinary habits: of men: of women.

11.

Modes of obtaining subsistence:food plentiful.

(1).

Fishing.

(2).

Bird snaring, etc.

(3).

Cultivations.

(4).

Wild fruits and vegetable substances.

12.

Division of Labour.

13.

Architecture.

14.

Canoe-building.

15.

Manufactures—

(1).

Textile.

(2).

Implements of Agriculture and of War: tools and various vessels.

(3).

Stone Implements and Mechanical appliances.

16.

Ornaments: Musical Instruments: Carvings.

17.

Barter, etc.

18.

Ordinary Events—

(1).

Birth, etc.

(2).

Betrothal.

(3).

“Naming.”

(4).

Tattooing, etc.

(5).

Marriage.

(6).

Polygamy and Divorce.

(7).

Death: lamentations: burial.

(8).

Exhumation: cleaning of bones: desecration.

19.

Distinctions of Rank.

(1).

Free.

(2).

Slave.

20.

Property.

(1).

Private right.

(i).

Definite.

(ii).

Indefinite.

(iii).

Inheritance.

(iv).

Succession.

(v).

Usufructuary.

(vi).

Peculiar.

(2).

Common.

21.

Treatment of diseases: Surgery: Poisoning.

22.

Acquired habits.

23.

Drinks.

24.

Masticatories.

25.

Fondness for Children, and Pets.

26.

Games and Diversions.