Miscellaneous papers relating to Aborigines, ca. 1839-1871 - Page 77
The native addressed should be asked to tell,-his name,-those of his-
also his age and height, so that an idea may be formed of his ability to compare and define duration of time, number, and measurement ; also the name of the Country or District in which his tribe lives, and of those by which it is bounded, with names of rivers, creeks, hills, plains, valleys, and names of adjoining tribes. An explanation of the meaning of any of these names when possible.
|Old Man||Old Woman|
|Young Man||Young Woman|