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Unformatted text preview: Andamans (the South, Middle, and North Andaman Islands) and several adjacent smaller islands. They were at war with the elusive Jarawa, a small group that numbered at one time as many as 600, a group that lived in the dense western forest of South Andaman. Seven hundred or so Onge tribal members lived on Little Andaman, a sizable island farther south, and a hundred Sentinelese lived on the eighteen square miles of North Sentinel off to the west. Radcliffe-Brown was the first university trained anthropologist to do fieldwork anywhere. He did not live with the natives; instead he interviewed residents at the Andaman Homes by means of interpreters. (50). Talk of death P. 64...
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