3 edition of growth of Toronto children found in the catalog.
growth of Toronto children
|Statement||By Franz Boas.|
|LC Classifications||LB3425.C2 T6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 1541-1599 ;|
|Number of Pages||1599|
|LC Control Number||15002553|
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The growth of Toronto children by Franz Boas; 4 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Children, Growth, Statistics, Child development, Anthropometry, Croissance, Enfants, Statistiques; Places: Toronto, Ontario. 'The Growth of Toronto Children' is an anthropological study on the development of children in relation to their birth order.
Franz Boas was born on July 9thin Minden, Westphalia. Even though Boas had a passion the natural sciences, he enrolled at the University at Kiel as an undergraduate in Physics.
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