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375. TUCKWELL, Mrs. G. M.: The State and its Children. London, 1894.

376. TYLOR E. B.: Wild Men and Beast Children. _Anthrop. Rev_.
(London). Vol. I. (1863), pp. 21-32.

377. TYLOR, E. B.: Remarks on the Geographical Distribution of Games.
_Journ. Anthr. Inst._ (London). Vol. IX. (1879), pp. 23-30.

378. VOSTROVSKY, CLARA: A Study of Children's Imaginary Companions.
_Education_ (Boston). Vol. XV. (1895), pp. 393-398.

379. WHITTIER, J. G.: Child-Life. A Collection of Poems. Edited by J. G.
Whittier. Boston, n.d. xii, 263 pp. Gr. 8vo.

380. WHITTIER, J. G.: Child-Life in Prose. Boston, n.d.

381. WIEDEMANN, A.: Kinderehe bei den alten AEgyptern. _Am
Ur-Quell_. VI. Bd. (1895), S. 3-4.

382. WIGGIN, KATE D.: Children's Eights. A Book of Nursery Logic. Boston
and New York, 1893. 235 pp. 16mo.

383. Wild Babies. _Harper's Monthly_ (New York). Vol. LVII. (1878),
pp. 829-838.

384. WILTSE, SARAH E.: The Place of the Story in Early Education, and
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385. WINTERNITZ, M.: Das Kind bei den Juden. _Am Ur-Quell_. II. Bd.
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386. WOSSIDLO, R.: Volksthumliches aus Mecklenburg. De Jung [Pro-
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387. YODER, A. H.: The Study of the Boyhood of Great Men. _Pedag.
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Following is a subject-index of titles under Section B:--

Abandoned children, 28.
Abnormal man, 188, 197, 303.
Adolescence, 196.
Adoption, 280.
Age of consent, 180.
American Indians, 211, 222, 223, 226, 227, 239, 267, 302, 306, 816, 358,
383.
Animals, 276, 372.
Animal-reared children, 183, 376.
"April fool," 324.
Arabia, 289.
Art and poetry, 320.
Assyria, 290.

Babylonia, 290.
Birth-customs, etc., 241, 311, 316, 354.
Birth-myths, 343, 366.
Bogies, 203, 275.
Boys of Bible, 304.
Boyhood of genius, 387.
Brittany, 299.
Brooklyn, 212.

California, 184.
Ceremonial, 235, 279, 361.
Character, 216, 319.
Child and race, 182.
Child-god, 344.
Child and state, 312, 375.
Child as--witness, 334.
Childhood in literature, 346-350.
Child-criminal, 307.
Child-life, 178, 180 a, 184, 189, 197, 209, 221, 225, 227, 246, 266,
283, 283 a, 325, 326, 329, 333, 342, 353, 363, 374, 383, 385.
Child-marriages, 234, 317, 338 a, 367, 381.
Child-psychology, 252, 259, 301, 305, 310, 336, 365, 371.
Children of New Testament, 360.
Child-study, 254, 378.
Chirography, 240.
Christ, 285.
Christmas, 190, 207, 261, 315, 339, 370.
Cradles, 306.

Defectives and delinquents, 197, 314, 368, 369.
Deformations, 229, 331.
Diminutives, 202, 219.
Dolls, 226.

Education, 257, 288-298.
Egypt, 179, 288, 381.
England, 243, 349.

Fairy-tales, stories, 192, 245, 258, 302, 356, 384.
Folk-lore, 246, 284, 321, 355.
Fosterage, 357.
France, 219.

Games and songs, 181, 186, 187, 198, 199, 212, 213, 217, 222, 233, 242,
243, 260, 265, 267, 269, 277, 313, 330, 332 a, 377.
Genius, 178, 300, 387.
Germany, 315, 354, 366, 370, 386.
Girlhood, 178, 228, 282.
Greece, 296-7, 346.

Hair-cutting, 280.
Hygiene, 210, 330.
Hungary, 277.

Imitation, 260.
India, 183, 248, 290, 309.
Infanticide, 218.
Infant-prodigies, 304, 345.
Insects, 340.
Ireland, 243.

Japan, 180 a, 189, 245.
Jews, 298, 342, 361 a, 385.
Justice, 271, 323, 341.

Kabylia, 299.
Kaspar Hauser, 208, 309.

Language, 193, 200, 201, 205, 206, 249, 250, 257, 262, 263, 275, 281,
332, 372, 373.
Lies, 253.
Loyalty Is., 241.
Lullabies, 362.

Measurements, 237, 244, 299.
Medicine, 322.
Mental evolution, 182, 194, 211, 338.
Miracles, 179.
Morals, 179.
Mother and child, 268.

Nature, 264.
New England, 221.
New York, 197.

Paris, 209.
Persia, 291.
Phoenicians, 290.
Physical education, 327, 328.
Physiognomy, 204.
Poetry for and about children, 176, 177, 195, 224, 226 a, 230, 247, 336a,
337, 359, 379.
Proverbs, 220, 386.
Public life, 232.
Puberty, 214.

Regeneration, 214.
Religion, 184 a, 231, 253, 358.
Rights, 215, 382.
Rome, 297, 312, 346.
Russia, 327, 328, 330.
Sacrifice, 218, 228, 278,
Savagery, 273.
Scotland, 243.
Servia, 279.
Secret languages, 206, 281.
Sicily, 321, 322, 323.
Silesia, 284.
Slavonic, 218, 280.
Sociology, 270, 272, 255, 378.
Stork, 198 a.
Studentdom, 185, 364.
Swallow, 198.

Twins, 223.

United States, 180.

Voice, 238.

Washington, D.C., 181.
Weighing, 236, 238.
Wild children, 335.

Younger son, 351.

C. GENERAL.

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INDEX I.

AUTHORITIES AND WRITERS CITED OR REFERRED TO.

Aber.
Adams.
Addy.
Aeschylus.
Alcibiades.
D'Alviella.
Amelineau.
_American Anthropologist_.
_American Notes and Queries_.
_Am Urdhs-Srunnen_.
_Am Ur-Quell_.
Andersen.
Andran.
Angas.
Anstey.
_Apocrypha_.
Apuleius.
_Arabian Nights_.
_Arena_.
Aristotle.
Arnim (v.).
Aston.
Auerbach.
D'Aunoy.

Bachofen.
Bacon.
Baegert.
Bagehot.
Ball.
Ballou.
Bancroft.
Barbosa.
Baring-Gould.
Barrie.
Barrington.
Bartels.
Bastian.
Baumbach.
Beauchamp.
Beckler.
Beecher.
Beethoven.
Bergen.
Berendt.
_Bible_.
Black.
Blake.
Boas.
Bodin.
Boceder.
Boileau.
Bolton (H. C.).
Bolton (T. L.).
Bosman.
Bourke.
Brainerd.
Bramhall.
Brand.
Brewer (J. C.).
Brewer (W. H.).
Bridges.
Bridgman.
Brinton.
Brown.
Browning (E. B.).
Browning (R.).
Buddha.
Burchard.
Burns.
Burton.
Buschmann.
Busk.
Byron.

Calderon.
Callaway.
Carlyle.
Carove.
Carstens.
Carstensen.
Castren.
_Catholic World_.
Catlin.
Cato.
Catullus.
G. F. P.
Celsus.
_Century Dictionary_.
_Century Magazine_.
Champlain.
Chamberlain (A. F.).
Chamberlain (B. H.).
Chamisso.
Chantimpre (de).
Chapman.
Chatelain.
Chaucer.
Cherubina.
Cherubini.
Chervin.
Chrisman.
Cicero.
Clark.
Clemens.
Cleveland.
Clodd.
Clot-Bey.
Clouston.
Codriugton.
Coleridge (H.).
Coleridge (S. T.).
Collins.
Confucius.
Connor.
Constantine.
Cornelia.
Cowper.
Crashaw.
Crawford.
Culin.
Cuoq.
_Current Literature_.
Cushing.
Czaky.

Daniels.
Danneil.
Dante.
Dargun.
Darmesteter (Mrs.).
Darwin (C.).
Darwin (E.).
David.
Dawson.
Day.
De Gubernatis.
De Meung.
Deneus.
De Quincey.
Desaivre.
De Vere.
_Dialect Notes_.
Dickens.
Dio Cassius.
Diocletian.
Dirksen.
Disraeli.
Doddridge.
Dodge.
Donaldson.
Dorsey.
Douglas.
Dreyling.
Drummoud.
Dryden.
Duncan.
Du Vair.
Dyer.

Earle.
Earwaker.
Eastman.
Ebers.
Eells.
Eibler.
Eichhorn.
Ellis (A. B.).
Ellis (H.).
Ellis (W.).
Emerson (Mrs. E. E.).
Emerson (R. W.).
Engelhus.
Engels.
Eotvos.
Epictetus.
Erman.
Estienne.
Euripides.
Eyre.

Falkner.
Farrar.
Fay.
Feilberg.
Fenelon.
Ferguson.
Feuerbach.
Fewkes.
Fischer, 20.
Fletcher (Miss A. C.).
Fleteher (R.).
_Folk-Lore Journal_.
Folkard.
Ford.
Franck.
Frankel.
Franklin.
Fraser.
Frazer.
Friend.
Froebel.
Fruit.
Fuller.
Furnivall.

Gaidoz.
Garbe.
Garnett.
Gatsehet.
Gerarde.
Gibbs.
Gill.
Girard-Teulon.
Gladstone.
Goethe.
Goltz.
Goldsmith.
Gomme (Miss A.).
Gomme (L.).
Gore.
Gould.
Gray.
Gregoire.
Gregor.
Griffis.
Grimm (J.).
Grinnell.
Groth.
Guerin.
Guppy.

Haas.
Haberlandt.
Hale.
Haliburton.
Hall (Bishop).
Hall (G. S.).
Halleck.
Handel.
Hanoteau.
Han Wan-Rung.
Hare.
Harley.
Harrison.
Hartland.
Hartmann von Aue.
Haskell.
Hawthorne.
Hazlitt.
Held (v.).
Henderson.
Henne am Rhyn.
Heraclitus.
Herbert.
Herder.
Herodotus.
Herrick.
Hesso.
Heywood.
Hiawatha.
Higginson.
_Hitopadesa_.
Hofler.
Hoffman.
Holmes.
Holty.
Homer.
Hopf.
Horace.
Hose.
Howitt.
Hubner.
Hughes.
Hugo.
Humphrey.
Hun.
Hunt.

Immermann.
Im Thurn.
Irving.
Isaiah.

Jean Paul (Richter).
Jesus.
Job.
Joel.
Johnson (G. E.).
Johnson (J. H.).
Johnson (S.).
_Journal of American_.
_Folk-Lore_.
_Journ. of Anthrop. Inst._
Joubert.
Justinian.
Juvenal.

Kane.
Kant.
Keble.
Klemm.
Kluge.
Knortz.
_Koran_.
Krauss.
Kulischer.
La Bruyere.
Lacretelle.
Laflteau.
Lallemand.
Lander.
Landor.
Lang.
Langdale.
La Rochefoucauld.
Lebbe.
Legge.
Leland.
Le Play.
Lescarbot.
Lessing.
Letourneau.
Lippert.
Livy.
Locke.
Lombroso (C.).
Lombroso (P.).
Longstaff.
Longfellow.
Lope de Vega.
Loubens.
Lowell.
Lubben.
Lubbock.
Luke, (St.).
Lumholtz.
Lummis.
Luther.
Lycurgus.
Lytton.

Maaler.
Macaulay.
MacCauley.
Macdonald.
MacKay.
Mackenzie.
Maclean.
_Macmillan's Magazine_.
Madden.
Mahomet.
Mahoudeau.
Maikhallovskii.
Maine.
Mallery.
Man.
Manouvrier.
Mantegazza.
Manu.
Marco Polo.
Martinengo-Cesaresco.
Martins (v.).
Marvell.
Mason.
Matthew (St.).
Matthews.
Maundeville.
Maximus.
McGee.
McLennan.
Menander.
Mercer.
Metastasio.
Meung (de).
Meyer.
Michelet.
Miklucho-Maclay.
Miles.
Miller (J.).
Miller (W.).
Milman.
Milton.
Mirabeau.
Moisset.
Mommsen.
Mone.
Montaigne.
Monteiro.
Montesinos.
Mooney.
Morgan.
Morley.
Mozart.
Mullenhoff.
Muller (F. Max).
Muller (J. G.).
Murdoch.

Napoleon.
Nelson.
Newell.
Niebuhr.
Norton.
Novalis.

Opitz.
Orientalist.
Ortwein.
Ossian.
Ovid.

Paul (St.).
Pechuel-Loesche.
Peckham.
Penn.
Percival.
Perdrizet.
Perrault.
Peschel.
Petronius Arbiter.
Pfeffel.
Phaedrus.
Philo.
_Philosophical Magazine_.
Pindar.
Pistorius.
Pitre'.
Plato.
Pliny (Elder).
Pliny (Younger).
Ploss.
Plutarch.
Pokrovski.
Polle.
Polydore Virgil.
Pope.
Popular Science Monthly.
Porter.
Post.
Pott.
Powell.
Powers.
Praed.
Preyer.
Procopius.
Proctor.
_Psychological Review_.
_Public Opinion_.
Puttenham.
Pythagoras.

_Quarterly Review_.

Rabelais.
Rademacher.
_Raghuvansa_.
Ralston.
Rameses.
Rand.
Rau.
Rauber.
Reclus.
Riccardi.
Ricnter (see Jean Paul).
Riggs.
Rink.
Robinson.
Rockhill.
Romanes.
Roscommon.
Rousseau.
Ruckert.
Ruskin.
Russell.

Sangermano.
Sartori.
Scaliger.
Schallenberger.
Schambaeh.
Schell.
Schiller.
Schlagintweit.
Schlegel.
Schomburgk.
Schopenhauer.
Schottel.
Schultze.
Schurtz.
Scott (C. N.).
Scott (W.).
Scudder.
Sebillot.
Sembrzycki.
Sessions.
Shakespeare.
Shelley.
Shenstone.
Shirley.
Sibree.
Sidney.
Simons.
Simrock.
Simson.
Skeat.
Sleeman.
Smith (E.).
Smith (J.).
Smith (R.).
Smith (S. F.).
Socrates.
Soest (v.).
Solomon.
Solon.
Sophocles.
Southey.
Spencer.
Spenser.
Spurgeon.
Squier.
Stanton.
Starr.
Stead.
Steel.
Steineu (v. den).
Stevenson.
St. Francis.
Stoddard.
St. Pierre.
Strack.
Strype.
Sully.
Sundermann.
Svetchin.
Swainson.
Sweeny.
Swinburne (A. C.).
Swinburne (Judge).
"Sylvanus Urban."
Symonds.

Tacitus.
_Talmud_.
Tarde.
Tasso.
Temple.
Tennyson.
Terence.
Thales.
Theal.
Theocritus.
Thiele.
Thom.
Thomson.
Thoreau.
Tillaux.
Tilte.
Tigri.
Tobler.
_Toldoth Jesu_.
_Tora_.
Tracy.
Treichel.
Trumbull (H. C.).
Turner.
Turner (G.).
Turner (L. N.).
Tylor.

Uhland.
Valentinian.
Valerius.
Vambery.
Vance.
Vaughan.
_Vedas_.
Vere (de).
Verney.
Virgil.
Vogelweide.
Volliner.
Vossius.

Wallace.
Wallaschek.
Warton.
Warren.
Watson.
Weber.
Webster.
Wedgwood.
Weigand.
Weil.
West.
Westermarck.
Whittier.
Wiedemann.
Wieland.
Wiltse.
Winternitz.
_World Almanac_.
Wordsworth.
Wulfila.

Xenophon.
Xenophanes.

Yarrow.
Young.

Zacharia.
Zanetti.
Zendrini.
Ziller.
Zimmermann.
Zmigrodzki.
Zoroaster.

INDEX II.

PLACES, PEOPLES, TRIBES, LANGUAGES, ETC.

Abipones.
Abu-Zabel.
Accadians.
Achomawi.
Afghan.
Africa.
Ainu (Ainos).
Alabama.
Alarsk.
Alaska.
Albania.
Albany.
Alemanian.
Alfurus.
Algeria.
Algonkian (Algonquin).
Alleghanies.
Alsace.
Altai.
Altmark.
Amazulu.
Ambamba.
Amboina.
America.
Anahuac.
Andalusia.
Andaman Islands.
Angola.
Angoy.
Anjou.
Annam (Annamites).
Apaches.
Arabia (Arabs).
Aramaan.
Arapahos.
Ararat, Mt.
Araucanians.
Arawak.
Arcadia.
Ardennes.
Arekuna.
Argentine.
Arizona.
Armenia (Armenian).
Aryan.
Ashanti.
Asia.
Asia Minor.
Assyria.
Aston.
Athens.
Aurora.
Australia (Australians).
Austria.
Aveyron.
Aztecs (see Nahuatl, Mexico).

Badagas.
Baden.
Baffin Land.
Bajansi.
Bakairi.
Bakulai.
Balanta.
Bale.
Bamberg.
Bambuk.
Bampton.
Banians.
Banks Islands.
Basques.
Basutos.
Battas.
Bavaria.
Bayreuth.
Bechuanas.
Bedouins.
Beit-Bidel.
Belford.
Belgium.
Bengal (Bengalese).
Berg.
Bern.
Berwickshire.
Beverly.
Bielefeld.
Bilqula (Bella Coola).
Blackfoot (Blackfeet).
Boeotia.
Bohemia.
Bologna.
Bomba.
Bomma.
Bonyhad.
Borneo.
Bornoo (Bornu).
Bosnia.
Boston.
Boxley.
Brabant.
Brahmans.
Brazil.
Bremen.
Brerton.
Breslau.
British Columbia.
Brittany (Breton).
Brooklyn.
Buckinghamshire.
Buddhists.
Bulgaria.
Burgundians.
Burma (Burmese).
Buru.
Buryats (Buriats).
Byzantium.

Caddos.
Cakchiquels.
Calabar.
Calabria.
California.
Cambridge.
Canada.
Canary Islands.
Canterbury.
Cape Breton.
Cape York.
Caribs.
Carinthia.
Camatic.
Carthage.
Castilian.
Catloltq.
Cuyuse.
Celebes.
Celts (Celtic).
Central America.
Ceylon.
Chalons.
Champagne.
Cbarlbury.
Cherokees.
Chester.
Chetimachus.
Chiapas.
Chibchas.
Chickasaws.
Chilli.
China (Chinese).
Chinantec.
Chinchas.
Chinook.
Chippeway (Ojibwa).
Chiquito.
Choctaw.
Cholona.
Clonmel.
Coconino.
Colchester.
Colhuacan.
Comanches.
Colne.
Cologne.
Congo.
Connecticut.
Coomassie.
Coptic.
Cornwall (Cornish).
Cossacks.
Cotas.
Cracow.
Cree.
Creeks.
Crete.
Cronstadt.
Cumberland.
Czechs.
Czernowitz.

Dakotas.
Damaras.
Damascus.
Dardistan.
Darfur.
Darien.
Deeping.
Delaware.
Delawares.
Denmark (Danish).
Devonshire.
Dieyerie.
Ditmarsh.
Dnieper.
Dodona.
Donegal.
Doracho.
Dravidian.
Dutch.
Dvina.
Dyaks.

East Indies.
Egypt (Egyptian).
Elberfeld.
Elbing.
England (English).
Ermeland.
Erzgebirge.
Eskimo (Esquimaux).
Essenes.
Essex.
Esthonia (Esthonian).
Eton.
Etruscan.
Euphrates.
Europe.
Ewe.
Eynsham.

Feddringen.
Fernando Po.
Fiji.
Finland (Finns).
Flat Heads.
Florence.
Florida.
Fohr.
France (French).
Franconia.
Franks.
Friburg.
Frisian.
Fuegians.
Fulas.

Gaelic.
Galibi.
Galicia.
Ganges.
Gauls.
Geneva.
Genoa.
Georgia.
Gerbstadt.
Germany (German).
Gilolo.
Glastonhnry.
Gloucester.
Godstowe.
Gothic (Goths).
Gottingen.
Greece (Greek).
Greenland.
Grodno.
Gualalas.
Guarani.
Guarayo.
Guatemala.
Guiana.
Guinea.
Gujurat.
Gypsies.

Hackney.
Haddenham.
Haidas.
Hameln.
Hanafi.
Hanover.
Hare Indians.
Harz.
Havel.
Hawaii (Hawaiian).
Hebrews (Jews).
Heide.
Heliopolis.
Hellene.
Herefordshire.
Hervey Islands.
Hesse.
Heston.
Heton.
Hichitis.
Hidatsa.
High-Coquetdale.
Himalayas.
Hindus (Hindoos).
Holland.
Honduras.
Hopi.
Hottentots.
Houghton.
Hovas.
Hungary (Hungarian).
Huns.
Huntingdonshire.
Hupas.
Hurous.

Iceland (Icelandic).
India.
Indians, American (see also various tribal names).
Indo-Iranian.
Innspruck.
Iowa.
Ipurucoto.
Ireland (Irish).
Iroquois.
Ishogo.
Isleta.
Islington.
Italy (Italian).

Jamaica.
Japan (Japanese).
Jasmund.
Java.
Jericho.
Jews (see Hebrews).
Jivaro.

Kabinapek.
Kabylia (Kabyles).
Kaffirs (Kafirs).
Kalispelm.
Kallundborg.
Kalmucks.
Kammin.
Kamtschatka.
Kansa.
Kansas.
Karaibi.
Karankawa.
Karok.
Kato Pomo.
Kei Islands.
Kent.
Kentucky.
Kherson.
Khonds.
Khyens.
Kiche (Quiche).
Kilkenny.
Kingsmill Islands.
Kingston.
Klamath.
Knutsford.
Kolosh.
Kols (Kolhs).
Konigsberg.
Konow.
Kootenays.
Korosi.
Kwakiutl.

Labrador.
Lambeth.
Laon.
Lapps.
Latin (Roman).
Latuka.
Leipzig.
Lewis.
Liberia.
Libya.
Liege.
Lille.
Lincolnshire.
Lithuania.
Loango.
Loire.
London.
Louisiana.
Lourdes.
Low German.
Lowland Scotch.
Luneburg.
Lusatia.
Lycia.

Madagascar.
Magyars.
Maine.
Makusi (Macusi).
Malabar.
Malay.
Malaysia.
Mandans.
Mandingos.
Mangaia.
Mansfeld.
Maoris.
Mark.
Marquesas Islands.
Marutse.
Maryland.
Massachusetts.
Mataria.
Matchlapi.
Maya.
Mazatec.
Mecklenburg.
Meesow.
Meiderich.
Melanesia.
Menomoni.
Mesopotamia.
Messenia.
Mexico (Mexican).
Miao-tse.
Micmacs.
Micronesia.
Milan.
Minahassers.
Mincopies.
Mingrelia.
Mississagas.
Mississippi.
Miwok.
Moabites.
Modocs (Modok).
Mohaves.
Mohammedans (Moslems).
Moki (Moqui).
Moluccas.
Monbuttu (Monboddo).
Mongols.
Montenegro.
Monte Pulciano.
Moors.
Moravians.
Moree.
Moslems (Muslim, Mussulmans).
Mosquito.
Mota.
Mpongwe.
Mull.
Munda Kols.
Mundombe.
Murs.
Muskogees.
Mussulmans.
Muzo.
Nah'ane.
Nahuatl (Aztec).
Nairs.
Namaqua.
Naples.
Navajos (Navahos).
Negritos.
Neo-Latin (Romance).
Netherlands.
Neuchatel.
Neu-Stettin.
Newcastle-on-Tyne.
New England.
New Guinea.
New Hampshire.
New Hebrides.
New Jersey.
New Mexico.
New York.
New Zealand.
Nias.
Nicaragua.
Nile.
Nilgiris (Neilgherries).
Nipissings.
Nishinam.
Niskwalli.
Nootkas.
Normandy.
North Carolina.
Northumberland.
Norway (Norwegian).
Norwich.
Nova Scotia.
Ntlakyapamuq.
Nubia.
Nurnberg.

Ojibwa (see Chippeway).
Okanak-en.
Oldenburg.
Omagua.
Omahas.
Oraibi.
Oranienburg.
Oregon.
Oriental.
Ossetic.
Ostiaks.
Otranto.
Oude.
Ovaherero.
Oxfordshire.

Padam.
Padua.
Palestine.
Pali.
Pampas.
Panjab (Punjab).
Papuans.
Paraguay.
Parsees.
Patwin.
Pawnees.
Peake River.
Pelew Islands.
Pennsylvania.
Penobscots.
Pentlate.
Persia (Persian).
Peru (Peruvian).
Philadelphia.
Philippine Islands.
Phoenicia.
Phrygia.
Piutes.
Plattdeutsch.
Podolia.
Poitou.
Poland.
Polynesia.
Pomerania.
Porno.
Ponkas.
Pontmain.
Pontoise.
Portugal (Portuguese).
Prussia.
Pt. Barrow.
Pudu-vayal.
Pueblos Indians.
Puharies.
Pyrenees.

Quedlmburg.
Queen Charlotte Islands.
Queensland.
Queres.
Quiches (Kiches).

Rackow.
Rapstede.
Rarotonga.
Reddies.
Rees.
Regenwald.
Rhode Island.
Rio Grande.
Rio Nunez.
Ripon.
Rome (Roman).
Rotherham.
Roumania.
Rugen.
Russia (Russian).

Sahaptin.
Sahara.
Sakalavas.
Salisbury.
Salish.
Salzburg.
Samoa.
Samoyeds.
Sandeh.
Sanskrit.
Santals.
Sappendelf.
Saracens.
Sarcees.
Saxony.
Scandinavian.
Sehaffhausen.
Schleswig-Holstein.
Scotland (Scotch).
Seminoles.
Semites (Semitic).
Semnoues.
Senegambia.
Servia (Servian).
Seville.
Shasta.
Shawnees.
Shekiani.
Shropshire.
Shushwaps.
Sia.
Siam.
Siberia.
Sicily (Sicilian).
Sierra Leone.
Silesia.
Silt.
Siouan (Sioux).
Slavonian (Slavonic).
Snanaimuq.
Society Islands.
Soissons.
Soleure.
Sollinger Wald.
Solomon Islands.
Somali.
Songi.
Songish.
Soudan.
South America.
South Carolina.
Spain (Spanish).
Spanish-American.
Sparta.
Stapelholm.
Steiermark.
St. Ives.
St. Petersburg.
Strassburg.
Suevi.
Sunderland.
Suru.
Susu.
Sumatra.
Swabia.
Sweden (Swedish).
Switzerland (Swiss).
Syriac.

Tacana.
Tafllet.
Tagals.
Tahiti.
Tamil.
Tamanako.
Tarahumari.
Tartars.
Tasmanians.
Teda.
Tehua.
Telugu.
Teton.
Teutonic.
Texas.
Thames.
Thuringia.
Tiber.
Tibet.
Tierra del Fuego.
Tigris.
Timbuktu (Timbuctoo).
Tinne.
Tiszla-Eszlar.
Tlingit.
Todas.
Tondern.
Tonga.
Tongatabu.
Tonkawe'.
Tonningstedt.
Tonquin.
Transylvania.

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