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In the older, Miocene, portion we find Sivapithecus, an ape which Pilgrim considers as more nearly resembling man than any other genus of anthropoids, while Gregory speaks of it as belonging to the anthropoid line.12 Somewhat later, in late Pliocene or early Pleistocene, there was living not far away, in Java, a far more renowned form, Pithecanthropus erectus, Du Bois, Pg 16 which seems to stand almost exactly midway between higher apes and man. ...From this region routes of migration radiated in all directions, all the more open because of the elevation of land which lasted through Upper Pliocene and early Pleistocene times.14 Sumatra and Java then formed an extension of the Malay Peninsula, reaching more than 1,000 miles into the Indian Ocean; while the Orang seems to have been able to reach Borneo somewhat earlier.
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Of lectures: Lecture 3; 2 - Harp of a Thousand Strings; 3 - The Evolution of the Human Nervous System; 4 - The Constitution of the Child; 5 - The Child Entering School; 7 - The Boy and Girl in the Grammar Grades; 8 - The Boy and Girl in the High School (2 copies) ...Of lectures and speeches: Why We Should Give our Children Physical Training; Present Needs in Education (newspaper clipping); The School and Outdoors; The Place of Physical Training in the Public Schools; Conformity to the Environment (notes); Education for Power and Efficiency; The Girl in the Grammar School (address, 2 copies); Girl and Boy in Grammar Grade; fragment of a lecture (4 pages); Last Senior Chapel Address, 1916; Speech - The Whence and Whither of Man (2 copies); Speech on the founding of Amherst College