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When Peoples Meet: models of biological interaction between aboriginal foragers and their neighbours during the Holocene
Sex, Ethnicity and the Colonial Frontier
The role of physical anthropology in the study of African history
An Osteological Analysis of the Protohistoric Populations of the Northern Cape and Western Orange Free State, South Africa  - 625 pages
Morris PhD Thesis   1984
Morris PhD Thesis   1984
Correspondence about glass beads found with Riet River and Kakamas skeletons
When Peoples Meet: models of biological interaction between aboriginal foragers and their neighbours during the Holocene
Sex, Ethnicity and the Colonial Frontier
The role of physical anthropology in the study of African history
Correspondence about glass beads found with Riet River and Kakamas skeletons
An Osteological Analysis of the Protohistoric Populations of the Northern Cape and Western Orange Free State, South Africa
Morris PhD Thesis   1984
Morris PhD Thesis   1984
When Peoples Meet: models of biological interaction between aboriginal foragers and their neighbours during the Holocene
Sex, Ethnicity and the Colonial Frontier
The role of physical anthropology in the study of African history

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