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Svenska: Asiatiska folk

1. Tsjuktsjer. (Chukchi people)
2. Kamtsjadal. (Itelmens or Kamchadal)
3. Aino. (Ainu people)
4. Giljakiska. (Nivkh people or Gilyak)
5. Samojed. (Samoyedic peoples)
6. Ostjak. (Ostyak peoples)
7. Tatar. (Tatars)
8. Kirgis. (Kyrgyz people)
9. Burjät. (Buryats)
10. Kalmuckiska. (Kalmyk people)
11. Tungus. (Tungusic peoples)
12. Golder. (Nanai people, formerly known as Golds or Samagir)
13, 14. Japan och japanska. (Japanese people or Yamato people)
15. Korean. (Koreans)
16. Lao. (Lao people)
17. Kines. (Chinese people)
18. Negrito. (Negrito peoples)
19. Bataviska. (Betawi people, named after Batavia, Dutch East Indies)
20. Javan. (Javanese people)
21. Sundanska. (Sundanese people)
22. Bata (Sumatra). (Batak people)
23. Dajak (Borneo). (Dayak people)
24. Inföding på Celebes. (Indigenous people of Sulawesi or Celebes)
25. Georgiska. (Georgian people)
26. Tsjerkess. (Adyghe people or Circassians)
27. Kabardin. (Kabarday or Kabardin people)
28. Arab. (Arab people)
29. Jude. (Jews)
30. Vedda (på Ceylon). (Vedda people)
31. Singales. (Sinhalese people)
32. Indier. (Indian people)
33. Perser. (Persian people)
34. Belutsjer. (Baloch people)

35. Kosack. (Cossacks)
Source Nordisk familjebok (1904), vol.2, Asiatiska folk [1] (the colour version is available in this zip-archive).
Nordisk Familjebok has credited the image to Bibliographisches Institut, Leipzig.
Author G. Mützel
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