Farrand speaks of physical, linguistic, geographic, and cultural criteria, the first two the more exact, the latter more convenient and sometimes the only feasible bases.
Hodge (1906); Farrand, Basis of Am.
(See Farrand, chap. xviii.) The study of mechanics involves materials, tools, processes and products.
(Morgan, Houses and House Life; Farrand, p. 2 86.) Stone-working was universal in America.
(New York, 1905); Paul Ehrenreich, Die Volkerstdmme Brasiliens (Berlin, 1892); Anthropologische Studien fiber die Urbewohner Brasiliens (Berlin, 1897); Livingston Farrand, The American Nation: A History, vol.
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