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CONTENTS.
No. of SUBJECT or PHOTOGRAPH.|TRIBES, CASTE, &c.|LOCALITY.*

437-8.|IRULA MEN|NEELGERRY HILLS.

437-8.|IRULA WOMEN|NEELGERRY HILLS.

439-40.|BADAGA MEN.  Hindoos|NEELGERRY HILLS.

439-40.|BADAGA WOMEN.  Hindoos|NEELGERRY HILLS.

441-2.|YENADIES.  Forest Tribe|CHINGLEPUT.

443.|VEGETABLE AND FRUIT SELLERS.  Hindoos|MADRAS.

444.|GRASSCUTTERS.  Hindoos|MADRAS.

445.|TAILORS.  Hindoos|MADRAS.

446.|CARPENTERS.  Hindoos|MADRAS.

447.|BARBER.  Hindoo|MADRAS.

448.|BLACKSMITHS.  Hindoos|MADRAS.

449.|MALLEES.  Hindoos|MADRAS.

450.|CHUMARS.  Hindoos|MADRAS.

451.|GHORAWALLA.  Hindoos|MADRAS.

452.|POLAYERS.  Slave Caste|TRAVANCORE.

453.|SHANAR CHRISTIANS.  Primitive Tribe|TRAVANCORE.

454.|BEDUR, OR VEDDAR.  Primitive Tribe|MYSORE AND SOUTHERN INDIA.

455.|KHONDS.  Primitive Hill Tribe|KATTACK.

456-7.|KHONDS IN WAR DRESS|KHONDISTAN.

458.|A JACOON AND HIS WIFE|MALAY PENINSULA.

459.|BAWEEANS.  Coolies, or Labourers|SINGAPOOR.

460.|BUGIS|SINGAPOOR.

461.|MALAY WOMEN|SINGAPOOR.

462.|PURRIKHET.  Chief of the Kooki Tribe|CHITTAGONG.

463-4.|BURMAN|LOWER PROVINCES.

463-4.|GROUP OF BURMESE|LOWER PROVINCES.

465.|TALAING|BURMAH AND PEGU.

466.|KARENS|BURMAH.

467.|GROUP OF CHRISTIANS--KARENS|BURMAH.

468.|MUGH|ARRACAN.

[Footnote: * Under this heading, locality does not always show the place or even the district of birth, though it does so when possible.  The text will explain the difficulty which occurs in certain cases.]

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