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Image Caption:

A Boviander of British Guiana; Quarter Negro, three-quarter Amerindian.

In:

The Negro in the New World / by Sir Harry H. Johnston ; with one illustration in colour by the author and 390 black and white illustrations by the author and others ; maps by Mr. J. W. Addison. (published [1910])

Published Date:

[1910]

Library Division:

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture / General Research and Reference Division

Description:

xxix, 499, [1] p. incl. illus, plates, maps. col. front., 2 fold. maps. 27 cm.

Item/Page/Plate Number:

330

Specific Material Type:

Prints

Subject(s):

Guyana

Additional Name(s):

Johnston, Harry Hamilton, Sir, 1858-1927 -- Author

Collection Guide:

Africana & Black History

Digital Image ID:

1228992

Digital Record ID:

575032

NYPL Call Number:

Sc 326.97-J (Johnston, H. Negro in the New World. New York: 1910)

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