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The Dwarfs of Mount Atlas: Collected Papers on the Curious Anthropology of Robert Grant Haliburton epub ebook

Author: Robert Grant Haliburton
Category: Occult & Paranormal
Language: English
Publisher: Coachwhip Publications (November 23, 2009)
Pages: 238 pages
ISBN: 1930585969
ISBN13: 978-1930585966
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The Dwarfs of Mount Atlas: Collected Papers on the Curious Anthropology of Robert Grant Haliburton.

Survivals of Prehistoric Races in Mount Atlas and Pyrenees (1892) (Pamphlet). The Dwarfs of Mount Atlas: Collected Papers on the Curious Anthropology of Robert Grant Haliburton.

Robert Grant Haliburton spent his last years proposing the existence of a distinctive tribal group of small stature within the Atlas Mountains and vicinity. These curious tales disappeared (or at least were never investigated fully) after Haliburton died, but Robert Grant Haliburton spent his last years proposing the existence of a distinctive tribal group of small stature within the Atlas Mountains and vicinity

Canadian lawyer Robert Grant Haliburton spent his last years collecting folklore relating to an alleged pygmy group in the Atlas Mountains and vicinity

Canadian lawyer Robert Grant Haliburton spent his last years collecting folklore relating to an alleged pygmy group in the Atlas Mountains and vicinity. This collection brings together the various papers he published on the subject, including letters to scientific journals (and those by his critics). Whether taken as a cautionary tale for those who investigate strange Canadian lawyer Robert Grant Haliburton spent his last years collecting folklore relating to an alleged pygmy group in the Atlas Mountains and vicinity.

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Canadian lawyer Robert Grant Haliburton spent his last years collecting folklore relating to an alleged pygmy group in the Atlas Mountains and vicinity. More . Book rate: 1 downloads. Intercolonial Trade Our Only Safeguard Against Disunion. Author: Robert Grant HaliburtonPublisher: Printed by . E. Book rate: 0 downloads.

Chad Arment’s Coachwhip Publication has published The Dwarfs of Mount Atlas: Collected Papers on the Curious Anthropology of Robert Grant Haliburton. Haliburton proposed the existence of a small-statured tribe in the Atlas Mountain range, using legends, stories, and eyewitness sightings to support his theories. Sadly, after he died, his theories disappeared without any further proof or disproof, notes Arment. Congratulations to Arment for the publishing of this fine source material regarding an important anthropological question.

Among the nonhuman creatures that peopled rural Europe in the Middle Ages - the fairies, elves, dwarfs, trolls, and kobolds - there were beneficent female spirits who patronized those households that treated them well.

2009, Robert Grant Haliburton, The Dwarfs of Mount Atlas: Collected Papers on the Curious Anthropology of Robert Grant Haliburton, page 75, Movers, in the first chapter of his Phönizier, says that that group of deities.

2009, Robert Grant Haliburton, The Dwarfs of Mount Atlas: Collected Papers on the Curious Anthropology of Robert Grant Haliburton, page 75, Movers, in the first chapter of his Phönizier, says that that group of deities called Dactyls, Cabiri, Corybantes, and Cyclopes, were similar to those old Germanic divinities now known as Kobolds. German folklore) A mischievous elf or goblin, or one connected (and helpful) to a family or household.

Robert Grant Haliburton spent his last years proposing the existence of a distinctive tribal group of small stature within the Atlas Mountains and vicinity. He collected local stories and eyewitness accounts of this "dwarf people," debated critics, and published theories. These curious tales disappeared (or at least were never investigated fully) after Haliburton died, but he left an anthropological legacy that serves as a cautionary tale (or perhaps a starting point for future investigation).
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