Walter William Skeat (anthropologist)

Walter William Skeat ( 14 October 1866 – 24 July 1953) was an English anthropologist. He made a name for himself mainly with his pioneering investigations into, and writings on, the ethnography of the Malay Peninsula. Provided by Wikipedia
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...Skeat, Walter William, 1866-1953. Sakei tribes in Selangor....
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...Skeat, Walter William, 1866-1953. Fables & folk-tales from an eastern forest....
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...Skeat, Walter William, 1866-1953. Past at our doors....
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...Skeat, Walter William, 1866-1953. Past at our doors; or, The old in the new around us....
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...Skeat, Walter William, 1866-1953. Malay magic....
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...Skeat, Walter William, 1866-1953. Pagan races of the Malay Peninsula....
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