On the negro's place in nature

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Place of publication: London
Collation: viii, 60 p. ; 21 cm.
Notes: From the library of Moncure Conway. Pencilled inscription on title page: 'Handed over to me by T.H.H. M.D.C.' In ink on title page: 'T.H. Huxley Esq. With the best respect of the author.' Marginal annotations in ink, some partially cut from page. Read before the Anthropological Society of London, Nov. 17th, 1863. "His paper on 'The Negro's Place in Nature', first read at the British Association meeting at Newcastle,1863, attracted much attention, as it defended the subjection and even slavery of the negro, and supported belief in the plurality of human species". [Extracted from DND entry]. Includes bibliographical references. Printed by T. Richards, 37 Great Queen Street.


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Hunt, James, “On the negro's place in nature,” Humanist Library and Archives Digital Collections, accessed November 18, 2019, https://conwayhallcollections.omeka.net/items/show/780.

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