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CONTENTS:- Introduction; Part I; The Pleistocene of Burma; 1. Geographical Elements of the Region; 2. Geological Observations in the Irrawaddy Basin; 3. Observations in the Northern Shan Highlands; 4. The Pleistocene History of Burma in Reltions to that of Neighboring Regions; 5. The Cyclic Nature of Pleistocene Stratigraphy; Part II; The Stone Age of Burma; Introduction; Acknowledgements; 1. The Palaeolithic Period; 2. The Neolithic Period; 3. Reconnaissance in the Southern Shan States; Bibliography of Part I & II; Supplementary Reports; Part III; Pleistocene Vertebrates Collected in Burma; Introduction; 1. The Pleistocene Fossil Beds of Burma; 2. Collecting Localities in the Pleistocene of Burma; 3. The Pleistocene Vertebrate Founas of Burma; 4. Post-Pleistocene Fossils; 5. Fossils of Unknown Age; 6. Relationships and Correlation of the Fleistocene Mammalian Faunas of Burma; Bibliography of Part III; Part IV; Fresh-Water Shells from Cave Deposits in the Southern Shan States; Localities; Description of Shells; Bibliography of Part IV; Part V; Pleistocene Geology and Early Man in Java; Review of the Discoveries; Summary of the Data Bearing on the Investigations in Central Java; The Beginning of the Pleistocene in Java; The Lower Pleistocene Site of Modjokerto in Eastern Java; The Middle Pleistocene Sites of Pithecanthropus in Central Java; The Upper Pleistocene Terraces and the Age of Solo Man; The Stratigraphic Position of the Palaeolithic Cultures of Java; The Sangiran Industry; The Ngandong Bone Industry; The Early Palaeollithic of Patjitan; Summary of Prehistoric Migrations to Java; Bibliography of Part V.