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The Patterns in Thumb and Finger Marks: On Their Arrangement into Naturally Distinct Classes, the Permanence of the Papillary Ridges That Make Them, and the Resemblance of Their Classes to Ordinary Genera. [Abstract]

Francis Galton
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London
Vol. 48 (1890), pp. 455-457
Published by: Royal Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/115016
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The Patterns in Thumb and Finger Marks: On Their Arrangement into Naturally Distinct Classes, the Permanence of the Papillary Ridges That Make Them, and the Resemblance of Their Classes to Ordinary Genera. [Abstract]
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