The Construction of Man's Family Tree

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    IN this little book, Sir Arthur Keith reviews and summarises the attempts which have been made to construct a family tree for man. He begins with Haeckel, and after restating his own position, discusses recent controversy on the position of the anthropoids.

    The Construction of Man's Family Tree.

    By Sir Arthur Keith. (The Forum Series, No. 18.) Pp. vi + 54. (London: Watts and Co., 1934.) Cloth, 1s. net; paper, 7d. net.

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    The Construction of Man's Family Tree . Nature 134, 124 (1934). https://doi.org/10.1038/134124d0

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