Australian New Guinea : a geographical survey
Australian New Guinea forms part of the screen of islands which are collectively known as Melanesia (from the Greek term meaning "Black Isl ands·' ). Extending from Fiji in the east to an uncertain boundary to the west of New Guinea, the lielanesian islands represent a land area of about 360,000 square miles. Their population of three to four million persons, although derived from varied racial stock, is fairly homogeneous and consists mostly of a primitive, dark-skinned, fuzzy-haired...[Show more]
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