An Illustrated Record of Voyages, Travels, and Adventures in All Parts of the Globe William Ainsworth ... and half-starved forms, and the disproportionate size of their limbs and head are strongly exemplified in the illustration at page 288. ... Wherever they intend to pass the night they kindle a fire, and place a slip of bark or a trough to windward for shelter. \Vhen a number are together they raise a common fence to the windward, and this is commonly called a native camp, as seen in theanbsp;...
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