RECORD:Darwin, C. R. and Emma Darwin. Humboldt, Personal narrative IV: 515--522, 416. CUL-DAR85.A72 Transcribed by John van Wyhe (Darwin Online, http://darwin-online.org.uk/)
REVISION HISTORY: Transcribed and edited by John van Wyhe 3.2011. RN1
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p. 515 the Chica pain is so dear that a man works for a fortnight to get enougoh to paint himself red.2
p 518. On the tendency to exaggerate each nation's peculiarity.
p 522. Fertile imagination shewn in painting themselves.
p 466. Great attention in the Caribees in painting themselves Great importance attached to the calf of the leg
2 Humboldt 1819-29, vol. 4, p. 515.
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