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Ethnological Studies


Ethnological Studies:


Examine a living indigenous culture and its typical habitation.
Choose from one of the following types of cultures, classified according to the manner in which they procure their food:
a) game-hunters (picking, hunting, fishing)
b) tillage-farmers (digging, hacking)
c) husbandry-farmers (ploughing)
d) herdsmen.




Ethnological Studies
Description (pdf)

Asia
- Hakka People - China (pdf)
- Meau - China
- Lao-Farmers - Thailand
- Talebabad - North-Thailand
- Ainu - Hokkaido Island, Japan (pdf)
- Traditional Dwelling House - Japan (pdf)

Oceania
- Marind Amin- New Guinea
- Papua and their Treehouses - New Guinea
- Kaowerabeedij - New Guinea
- Mbowamb - Irian / New Guinea
- Kurelu - New Guinea
- Mountain Papuas - New Guinea
- Melanesians Arable Farmers - New Guinea (pdf)

Africa
- Berbers North Africa
- Fra-Fra - People -.West Africa
- Massai - East Africa
- Kargaru - Tansania
- Shilluk - North-East Africa

North America
- Eskimo - Greenland
- Copper- Eskimo - Canada
- Inuit - Greenland

Central America
- Wai - Wai - Indians - British-Guiana
- Pueblo - Indians - New Mexico (pdf)

South America

- Jivaro - Indians - Ecuador
- Waika - Indians - Venezuela

 

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