The Tribes of Burma/Bibliographical notes/Salons

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THE SALONS.[edit]

References :

ANDERSON = "The Sellings of the Malay Archipelago." J.Anderson, London, 1890.

CARRAPIETT =" The Salons. " (Ethnographical Survey of India, Burma, No. 2.) W. J. S. Carrapiett, Rangoon, 1909.
Serial
No.
Head. Brief description. Authority. Page.
1 2 3 4 5
1 Present habitat. Mergui Archipelago ... Anderson ... ...
Carrapiett ... ...
Burma Census Report, 1891, Vol. I.
1, 8
1
209
2 Origin ... Traditions of and theories as to origin. Carrapiett ... ...
Burma Census Report, 1891, Vol. I.
3, 19
211
3 Allied tribes Sea Jakun of Malay Peninsula. Carrapiett. (Prefaratory Note.)  
4 Language and dialects. Belongs to Malay family Has affinities with Malay and with Mon Khmer languages. British Burma Gazetteer, Vol. I.
Burma Census Report, 1901, Part I.
Anderson ... ...
Carrapiett ... ...
Burma Census Report. 1891, Vol. I.
189
91
36
4, 19
169
5 Religion ... Primitive form of animism ; nat festivals; idea ot deity, etc. British Burma Gazetteer, Vol. I.
Anderson ... ...
Carrapiett ...
Burma Census Report, 1891, Vol. I.
190
15, 18
11
210
6 Birth ceremonies. Naming of child ; confinement, etc. Anderson ... ...
Carrapiett ... ...
29
10
7 Magic and witchcraft. Propitiation of nats ... Carrapiett ... ...
Anderson ... ...
11
30
8 Marriage customs and ceremonies. Consent of parents. No regular ceremony. Anderson ... ...
Carrapiett ... ...
28
8
9 Death and burial ceremonies. Abandonment of dying persons ; exposure of body, etc. Anderson ... ...
Carrapiett ... ...
31
10
10 Clothing Ordinarily only loin cloth of scant dimensions. Anderson ... ...
Carrapiett ... ...
10
18
11 Games and amusements. described Dance Anderson ... ... 17
12 Hunting and fishing. Hunting dogs. Fishing; sea-slugs, etc. ; harpooning of devil fish ; collection of honey. British Burma Gazetteer, Vol. I.
Carrapiett ... ...
Anderson ... ...
Burma Census Report, 1891, Vol. I.
19
9, 13
20, 23, 27
210
13 Agriculture ... A little practised by land Salons. Anderson ... ...
Carrapiett ... ...
12
20
14 Habitations ... Live in their boats. Houses of land Salons described. Boats. British Burma Gazetteer, Vol. I.
Carrapiett ... ...
Anderson ... ...
Burma Census Report, 1891, Vol. I.
191
7, 9
11, 18
210
15 Trade ... Trade with Chinese; sea-slugs, etc., exchanged for civilized commodities. British Burma Gazetteer, Vol. I.
Anderson ... ...
Carrapiett ... ...
Burma Census Report, 1891, Vol. I.
191
21
15
210
16 Mediums of exchange. Sea-slugs, snails, rice, cooking-pots, etc., mats. Anderson ... ...
Cairapiett ... ...
28
15
17 Implements ... Fish spears, baskets, etc. Anderson ... ...
Carrapiett ... ...
12
13, 14
18 Arithmetic Primitive idea of numbers. Carrapiett ... ... 17
19 Medicine ... Medicines unknown; scaly skin-disease common. Anderson ... ...
Carrapiett ... ...
Burma Census Report, 1891, Vol. I.
29
10
209
20 Food ... Fish, oysters, honey, rice Carrapiett ... ...
Anderson ... ...
9
22
21 Miscellaneous, folklore, etc. Origin of the world Carrapiett ... ... 11
22 Anthropome-tric data. Cephalic and nasal indices. Carrapiett ... ... 26