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  1. Eskimo of Labrador
  2. Eskimo woman of Greenland
  3. Apache
  4. Navaho
  5. Koskimo woman, Vancouver
  6. Cheyenne
  7. Mandan
  8. Ute
  9. Blackfoot
  10. Woman Moki chief
  11. Nez Percé
  12. Wichita woman
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This is a scanned image (300 dpi high-contrast JPEG) of a page from an old book, The New Student's Reference Work, 5 volumes, Chicago, 1914 (edited by Chandler B. Beach (1839-1928), A.M., associate editor Frank Morton McMurry (1862-1936), Ph.D.), scanned by User:LA2 in October 2005. This work is in the public domain because of its age: it was published in the United States before 1920. Scanned images are named Image:LA2-NSRW-1-0001.jpg and counting upwards.

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