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" The conclusions of the writers with regard to the evidence thus far furnished are that it fails to establish the claim that in South America there have been brought forth thus far tangible traces of either geologically ancient man himself or of any precursors... "
Land Mammals in the Western Hemisphere - Page 589
by William Berryman Scott - 1913 - 693 lehte
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Bulletin, 52. number

1912
...clearly recognized as due to gnawing rodents or to other nonhuman agencies or as of doubtful origin. The conclusions of the writers with regard to the...that it fails to establish the claim that in South 21535"— Bull. 52—12 25 385 America there have been brought forth thus far tangible traces of either...
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Early Man in South America

Aleđ Hrdlička, William Henry Holmes, Bailey Willis, Frederic Eugene Wright, Clarence Norman Fenner - 1912 - 405 lehte
...clearly recognized as due to gnawing rodents or to other nonhuman agencies or as of doubtful origin. The conclusions of the writers with regard to the...traces of either geologically ancient man himself or of any precursors of the human race. This should not be taken as a categorical denial of the existence...
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The American Journal of Science

John Rodgers - 1912
...as a consequence of these weaknesses must completely collapse when subjected to searching criticism. It fails to establish the claim that in South America...traces of either geologically ancient man himself or of any precursors of the human race.* The position is maintained, and should be maintained, it seems,...
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Early Man in South America

Aleđ Hrdlička, William Henry Holmes, Bailey Willis, Frederic Eugene Wright, Clarence Norman Fenner - 1912 - 405 lehte
...clearly recognized as due to gnawing rodents or to other nonhuman agencies or as of doubtful origin. The conclusions of the writers with regard to the...that it fails to establish the claim that in South . 21535°— Bull. 52—12 25 385 America there have been brought forth thus far tangible traces of...
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Following the conquistadores ...

John Augustine Zahm - 1916
...fabulous antiquity of man in South America, Mr. Hrdlifka declares that the evidence thus far furnished "fails to establish the claim that in South America there have been brought forth thus far any tangible traces of either geologically ancient man himself or of any precursors of the human race."...
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Through South America's Southland: With an Account of the Roosevelt ...

John Augustine Zahm - 1916 - 526 lehte
...fabulous antiquity of man in South America, Mr. HrdliEka declares that the evidence thus far furnished "fails to establish the claim that in South America there have been brought forth thus far any tangible traces of either geologically ancient man himself or of any precursors of the human race....
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Through South America's Southland: With an Account of the Roosevelt ...

John Augustine Zahm - 1916 - 526 lehte
...fabulous antiquity of man in South America, Mr. Hrdlicka declares that the evidence thus far furnished "fails to establish the claim that in South America there have been brought forth thus far any tangible traces of either geologically ancient man himself or of any precursors of the human race."...
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Handbook of aboriginal American antiquities, 60. number,1. osa

William Henry Holmes - 1919 - 380 lehte
...clearly recognized as due to gnawing rodents or to other nonhuman agencies or as of doubtful origin. The conclusions of the writers with regard to the...traces of either geologically ancient man himself or of any precursors of the human race. This should not be taken as a categorical denial of the existence...
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man past and present

...The conclusions of WH Holmes, Bailey Willis, FE Wright and CN Fenner, who collaborated with Hrdlicka, with regard to the evidence thus far furnished, are...traces of either geologically ancient man himself or of any precursors of the human race." 2 Hrdlicka is careful to add, however, " This should not be taken...
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