These diminutive little specimens ol an antique race (supposed to be) are on exhibition in this city, at the rooms of the Curioso, 629 Broadway. These curious specimens of the human race, described on page 133, Vol. 7 of the Scientific American, and the opinion of Horace Greeley of them maybe found on page 184, same volume. Whether the Aztec children, which are on exhibition here, belong to a race nearly extinct, or are merely Indian dwarfs from Central America, is immaterial, —they ) re great curiosities and well worth seeing.
This article was originally published with the title "The Aztec Children" in Scientific American 8, 38, 298 (June 1853)