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Arik Moran
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Typescript of unpublished anthropological study (dated c1930s?) by Sir Herbert William Emerson (1881-1962), Indian Civil Service, Punjab 1905-38, Governor of Punjab 1933-38, on religion and custom in the western Himalaya, chiefly relating to the Indian States of Mandi and Bashahr.
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The work is a typescript of an unpublished anthropological study preserved in the British Library (ref Mss Eur E321). It consists of approximately 500 pages (about 178,000 words) with the author's corrections entered in writing, and is also available in microfiche form.
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The British Library: Asia, Pacific & Africa Collections
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