Man, Edward Horace. On the aboriginal inhabitants of the Andaman Islands

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Appendix A. Alphabet For Writing The South Andaman Language . 1

Appendix B. List Of Objects Made And Used By The Andamanese. 1

Appendix D

Appendix F. Specimen Of The South Andaman Language

Appendix G. The Seven Forms Of The Possessive Pronouns In Relation To Parts Of The Body (human And Animal).

Appendix I. List Of Terms Indicating Various Degrees Of Relationship

Appendix K

Appendix L. List Of Some Of The Trees And Plants In The Andaman Jungles.

Additional Notes .

Appendix M.

Index.

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On The Language Of The South Andaman Island.

Alphabet For Writing The South Andaman And Nicobar Languages.

Prefixes Illustrated Cited As No. 1, 2, Ete.

The Seven Forms Of The Possessive Pronouns In Relation To Parts Of The Human Body ( Cited As Cl . 1, 2, Etc. ) Class 1. Sing. Ab , Pl. At .

Class 2. Sing. Ar , Pl. Ar[unknown]at .

Class 3. Sing. Â[unknown]kà , Pl. Ak[unknown]at .

Class 4. Sing. Ig , Pl. It[unknown]ig , Contracted To I. It[unknown]i With The Words Marked[unknown].

Class 6. Sing. [unknown]ot , Pl. [unknown]o[unknown]tot .

Class 7. Sing. And Pl. Ô[unknown]to .

Examples . ( Cited As Om. 1, 2, Etc. )

First Letter To Jam[unknown]bu. Cited By The Simple Numbers Of The Senlences .

Second Letter To Jam[unknown]bu The Sentences Are Numbered In Continuation Of The Former.

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Title: On the aboriginal inhabitants of the Andaman Islands

Published By: London: The Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1932. xxxii, 256 p., 17 plates: ill., map

By line: Edward Horace Man

HRAF Publication Information: New Haven, Conn.: HRAF, 1995. Computer File

Culture: Andamans (AZ02)

Subjects: Culture summary (105);

Abstract: Originally published in 1885, this work is a basic study of the Andaman islanders. Written by a government official who was in charge of public homes for the natives, the book covers most aspects of their material and non-material culture, as well as the physical anthropology of the people. There is an additional article in the rear of the book, 'Report of researches into the language of the south Andaman Island,' written by Alexandr J. Ellis, using the materials of E.H. Man and R.C. Temple. This article was originally published in the 'Transactions of the Philological Society,' 1882-3-4, pp. 44-73. HRAF has repaginated these pages as 225-256.

Document Number: 2

Document ID: az02-002

Document Type: Monograph

Language: English

Note: Includes index

Field Date: 1869-1880

Evaluation: Government Official--5

Analyst: James Leary

Coverage Date: not specified

Coverage Place: Andaman Islands, India

LCSH: Andamanese (Indic people)

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