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6677 Westropp (H. M.) Pre-Historic tion of the Old and New World.
Phases, or Introductory Essays on Pre- ous illustrations. 2 vols. 8vo. London,
Historic Archæology. Illustrated. 8vo. 1876.
pp. 202.
London, 1872.
6678 Wheelock (Rev. Eleazar). Brief
Narrative of the Indian Charity-School in
Lebanon, Connecticut. 12mo. pp. 64, pa-
per. London, 1767.
6679 Whipple (Lieut. A. W.) Ewbank
(Thos.) and Turner (Wm. W.) Report on
the Indian Tribes. Fine tinted plates and
wood cuts. 4to. pp. 127, half bound.
Washington, 1855.
3 00
6680 White (Henry). Indian Battles.
With Incidents in the Early History of
New England. Containing Narratives of
Captivities and Escapes, and the Habits,
Customs, and Traits of Character peculiar
to the Indian Race. 12mo. pp. 428. New
York [1859].
2 00
6681 Whitfield (Henry). A Further
Discovery of the Present State of the
Indians in New England. 4to. pp. 46,
uncut. London, 1651. Reprinted, New
York, 1865.

2.50 6691 Winchell (Alexander). Pre-Adam-
ites; or, a Demonstration of the Existence
of Men before Adam; together with a
study of their Condition, Antiquity, Racial
Affinities, and Progressive Dispersion over
the Earth. With Charts and other Illus
trations. 8vo. pp. 500. Chicago, 1880. 3 50


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6684 Another copy. Large paper, sewed, uncut. (Only 50 copies printed.) 2.00

6692 Withers (Alexander S.) Chronicles of Border Warfare; or, a History of the Settlement by the Whites of Northwestern Virginia, and of the Indian Wars and Massacres in that section of the State. With Reflections, Anecdotes, etc. 16mo. pp. 319, sheep, stained. Clarksburg, Va., 1831.


6693 Worsley (Israel). A View of the American Indians. Their General Character, Customs, Language, Public Festivals, Religious Rites, and Traditions. 12mo. pp. 185, boards, uncut. London, 1828.


6694 Another copy. Half morocco. 275 6695 Wyman (Jeffries). Fresh-water Shell Mounds of the St. John's River, Florida. 9 plates. Imp. 8vo. pp. 94, paper. Salem, 1875.


6696 Young (Edward J.) Oration, 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Green Hill. King Philip's War. 8vo. pp. 35. Boston, 1876.


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6697 Arrawack. The Acts of the Apos 6685 Whittlesey (Chas.) Major Glad-tles in the Arrawack Tongue. By Rev. T. wyn and the Indian Girl. A Romance in Shultz. 18mo. pp. 119. New York, History. Small 4to. pp. 4, paper. n. P. 1850. n. d.


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6688 Williamson (Peter). French and Indian Cruelty exemplified in the Life of Peter Williamson, who was carried off from Aberdeen in his infancy and sold as a slave in Pennsylvania. Containing his Adventures in North America, Captivity among the Indians, etc. 12mo. pp. 147, by Daniel G. Brinton. 8vo. pp. 279. Philacalf. Edinburgh, 1762. 3 00 delphia, 1882.

6689 Another edition. 12mo. pp. 103. York, 1757. 2 50 6690 Wilson (Daniel). Pre-Historic Man. Researches into the Origin and Civiliza


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New Testament. Edited by Daniel G. Brinton. 818, roan. New York, 1881. 8vo. pp. 146. Philadelphia, 1883. 2.50 Wright (Allen). Chahta 6704 IV. A Migration Legend of the Leksikon. A Choctaw in English DefiniCreek Indians, with a Linguistic, Historic, tion. 12mo. pp. 311. St. Louis, 1880. 1 25 and Ethnographic Introduction by Albert 6720 Clark (W. P.) The Indian Sign S. Gatschet. 8vo. pp. 251. Philadelphia, Language, with Brief Explanatory Notes of 3 00 the Gestures taught Deaf Mutes in our In. stitutions for their Instruction, and a Description of some of the Peculiar Laws, Customs, Myths, Superstitions, Ways of Living, Code of Peace, and War Signals, of our Aborigines. Map. 8vo. pp. 443. Philadelphia, 1885.


6705 V. The Lenape and their Legends, with the Complete Text and Symbols of the Walum Olum. A New Translation and Inquiry into its Authenticity. By Daniel G. Brinton. 8vo. pp. 262. Philadelphia, 3 00


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6708 On the Language and Ethnological Position of the Xinca Indians of Guatamala. 8vo. pp. 9. 1884.


6709 Cakchiquel Language of Guatemala. Grammar of. Translated with an Introduction and Additions, by Dr. D. G. Brinton. Map. 8vo. pp. 72, boards. Philaphia, 1885.


6710 Catechism. Q. Jeamooltoowhwee Uhkaghcendwaukunul wauk Nurhkootauseakeal, etc. 18mo. pp. 16, paper. Toronto, 1852.


3 50

6721 Clarke (Hyde). Researches in Prehistoric and Protohistoric Comparative Philology, Mythology and Archæology, in connection with the Origin of Culture in America, and the Accad and Sumerian Families. 8vo. pp. 74, half calf, extra. London, 1875. 2.50

6722 Cree. Howse (Joseph). A Grammar of the Cree Language; with which is combined an Analysis of the Chippeway Dialect. 8vo. pp. 324. London, 1844. 3 50


Lacombe. (Le Rev. Pere Alb.) Dictionnaire de la Langue des Cris. 8vo. PP. 713+Grammaire de la Language des Cris. pp. 190, paper. Montreal, 1874. 5 00 6724 The New Testament in the Cree Language. By Right Rev. John Horden. 12mo. pp. 425, sheep. London, 1876. 1 25

6725 Watkins (Rev. E. A.) A Dictionary of the Cree Language as Spoken by 6711 Charencey (H. de). Recherches the Indians of the Hudson's Bay Compasur le Codex Troano. 8vo. pp. 15. Paris, nies Territories. Square 18mo. pp. 460. 1876. London, 1865.

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6717 The Choctaw Spelling Book. 6732 The Testament. Translated by
pp. 107, half bound. Richmond, S. R. Riggs. 12mo., roan.
New York,
25 1874.

n. d.


6733 pp. 222. 6734 Riggs (A. L.) The Word Book. Appendix. 8vo. pp. 644+36. Part 2. EngA Pictorial Primer. 12mo. pp. 49. New lish-Kalispel. pp. 456, paper. St. Ignatius. 40 1877-8-9. York, 1881.

Odowan. Hymns. 24mo. ary of the Kalispel or Flat-head Indian 40 Language. Part I. Kalispel-English with New York, 1881.


6735 Williamson (John P.) Pictorial Reader. 12mo. pp. 80. New York, 40 6736 The Pilgrim's Progress. Translated by S. R. Riggs. 18mo. pp. 264. New 40 York.


6737 Guyot. Elementary Geography. Translated into Dakota by S. R. and A. L. Riggs. Small 4to. New York, 100 6738 Delaware. The History of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Comprehending all that the Four Evangelists have recorded concerning him. By Rev. Samuel Lieberkuhn. Translated into the Delaware Indian Language by the Rev. David Zeisberger. 12mo. pp. 222, new half morocco, gilt top. New York, 1821.


6738A Another copy. Paper. 6739 Delaware. The Three Epistles Translated into the of the Apostle John. Delaware Indian, by C. F. Deacke. 18mo. 100 pp. 21, boards. New York, 1818.

6740 Delaware. Zeisberger (Rev. David). A Grammar of the Language of the Lenni Lenape or Delaware Indians. Translated from the German Manuscript by Peter S. Duponceau. 4to. From (Transactions American Philosophical Society, vol. 3). pp. 65 to 250. Philadelphia, 1816.

5 00

6741 Domenech (Abbe). Manuscrit Pictographique Americain, Precede d'une Notice sur L'Ideographie nes Peaux-Rouges. 228 plates, many of them colored. Paris, 8vo. pp. 119, half morocco, uncut. 1860.


6742 Eliot (John). The Indian Primer; or, The Way of Training up of an Indian Tribe in the good knowledge of God, 1669, to which is prefixed the Indian Covenanting Confession. Reprinted from the Originals in the Library of the University of Edinburgh. With an Introduction, by John Small. 12mo. Fac-similie page. pp. 54. InReprint not paged. Edintroduction. 3 00 burgh, 1880. 6743 Ellis (Robert). Peruvia Scythica. The Quichua Language of Peru. 8vo. pp. 3 00 219. London, 1875. 6744 Etudes Philologiques sur quelques Langues Sauvages de l'Amerique. Par N. O. Ancien Missionnaire. 8vo. pp. 160, paper. Montreal, 1866. 6745 Flat-head. Giorda (J.)

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6746 Hidatsa. Ethnography and Philology of the Hidatsa Indians. Grammar, pp. 89-121. Dictionary, pp. 125–239. 8vo. PP. 239. Washington, 1877.


6747 Iroquoise. Cuoq (J. A.) Lexique de la Langue Iroquoise, avec Notes Appendix et Additamenta. 8vo. pp. 238, paper. Montreal, 1882.

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6751 Ludewig (Hermann E.) The Lit-
erature of American Aboriginal Languages.
With Additions and Corrections, by Prof.
Edited by Nicholas
Wm. W. Turner.
Trubner. 8vo. pp. 258. Lon., 1858. 4 00

6752 Mallery (Garrick). Introduction
to the Study of Sign Language among the
North American Indians, as illustrating the
Gesture Speech of Mankind. Wood-cuts.
4to. pp. 72. Washington, 1880.


6755 Mexico. Notice sur quelques Famillis de Langues du Mexique, par H. De Charencey. 8vo. pp. 39, paper. Havre, 1870.

1 25

6754 Mexico. Pimentel (D. Francisco). Cuadro Descriptivo y Comparativo de las Lenguas Indigenas de Mexico. 8vo. pp. 430, paper. Mexico, 1865.


6755 Muskokee. The Gospels, and some of the Epistles. 12mo. pp. 572, roan. New York, 1875.


6756 Ojibway. Baraga (Rt. Rev. Bishop). A Theoretical and Practical Grammar of the Otchipwe Language. pp. 422. With a Dictionary of the Otchipwe Language explained in English. 12mo. pp. 301, paper. Montreal, 1878.

5 00


6757 Ojibway. New Testament. 12mo. Diction- pp. 771. Toronto, 1874.




6758 Ojibway. New Testament. pp. 717, roan. New York, 1875. 6759 Ojibway. Prayer Book. pp. 643. London, n. d.

12mo. 6772 8 ARROYO DE LA CUESTA (Rev. Fe75 lipe). A Vocabulary or Phrase Book of 12mo. the Mutsin Language of Alta California. 1 75 pp. 96. 1862.


6760 Ojibway. Wilson (Rev. 6773 9 MAILLARD (Abbé). Grammar of F.) The Ojibway Language. A Manual the Mikmaque Language of Nova Scotia. for Missionaries. 1. Grammar. 2. Dia- Edited by Rev. Joseph M. Bellenger. 4to. logue and Exercises. 3. Dictionary. Sq. pp. 101, paper. 1864. 18mo. pp. 412. Toronto, n. d.

5 00 2.50 6774 10 BRUYAS (Rev. James). Radical Words of the Mohawk Language, with their Derivatives. 4to. pp. 123, paper. 1862.

6761 Otiogwatokenti tontaterihonniennita nongwehogon. 18mo. pp. 12, paper, n. p., n. d.


3 00

6775 11 GIBBS (George). Alphabetical Vocabularies of the Clallam and Lummi. 4to. pp. 40, paper. 1863.

3 00

6762 Powell (J. W.) Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages, with Words, Phrases and Sentences to be collected. 4to. pp. 104. Wash., 1877. 100 6776 12 GIBBS (George). A Dictionary 6763 The same. Second edition with of the Chinook Jargon, or Trade Lancharts. 4to. pp. 228. Wash., 1880. 300 guage of Oregon. 4to. pp. xiv. + 44, pa6764 Shea (John Gilmary). Library of per. 1863. American Linguistics. A complete set, unbound and uncut. 15 vols. 75 00 ***We have duplicate copies of each of the volumes, priced separately :

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6767 3 SMITH (Buckingham). A Grammatical Sketch of the Heve Language, translated from an unpublished Spanish Manuscript. 4to. pp. 26, paper. 1861.


6777 13 GIBBS (George). Alphabetical Vocabulary of the Chinook Language. pp. 23, 1863.

6778 Series 2, No. 1. MATTHEWS (Washington). Grammar and Dictionary of the Language of the Hidatsa (Minnetarees, Grosventres of the Missouri) with an introductory sketch of the Tribe. pp. 148. 1873.

6779 Series 2, No. 2. MATTHEWS (Washington). Hidatsa (Minnetaree) English Dictionary. pp. 149-169. 1874.

A copy of Nos. 1 and 2, 2d Series, royal 9.00


6780 Six Nations. Prayers for Families. Translated into the Language of the Six Nations by Eleazer Williams. 8vo. pp. 16, paper. Albany, 1816.


6781 Thomas (Cyrus). A Study of the Manuscript Troano; with an Introduction by Dr. D. G. Brinton. Colored plates, and woodcuts. 4to. pp. 237, paper. Washington, 1883.

2.00 6768 4 ARROYO DE LA CUESTA (Rev. Felipe). Grammar of the Mutsun Language, spoken at the Mission of San Juan Bautista, Alta California. 4to. pp. 48, paper. 1861. 3 00 6769 5 SMITH (Buckingham). Grammar 3.00 of the Pima or Nevome, a Language of 6782 Tolmie (W. F.) and Dawson (G. Sonora, from a Manuscript of the Seventeenth Century, pp. 62. + Doctrina Chris- M.) Comparative Vocabularies of the Intiana y Confesionario en Lengua Nevomedian Tribes of British Columbia, with a O sea la Pima, propia de Sonora. pp. 32 map illustrating distribution. 8vo. pp. 131,


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6783 Trumbull (J. Hammond). Indian Names of Places, etc., in and on the Borders of Connecticut, with Interpretations of some of them. 8vo. pp. 93. Hartford,



6784 Tutelo Tribe and Language. By Horatio Hale. Map and Portrait. 8vo pp. 3 00 47, paper. Philadelphia, 1885.



6785 Academy of Science of St. Louis,
Transactions: Vol. I.-Nos. 1, 2, and 3.
Plates. 8vo. St. Louis, 1857-59.

Vol. 2, No. 1.

3 00


6785A The same. 8vo. St. Louis, 1863. 6786 Agassiz (Louis). Contributions to the Natural History of the United States. Monogram 1: Essay on Classification. North American Testudinata, Embryology of the Turtle. Vols. 1 and 2. 27 plates. 8 00 4to. Boston, 1857. Lectures on 8vo. pp. 104.

6787 Agassiz (Louis). Comparative Embryology. Boston, 1849.

Map and 21 plates.


4to. pp. 695. Washington, 1885.
6799 Allan (Joel A.) History of the
American Bison. Bison Americanus. 8vo.
PP. 443 to 587. Washington, 1877.
6800 Allen (Joel A.) History of North
American Pinnipeds; a Monograph of
Walruses, Sea-Lions, Sea-Bears, and Seals
of North America. Wood-cuts. 8vo. pp.
785 Washington, 1880.


6801 American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Memoirs. Vol. 1. Plates. 4to. Pp. 568, old sheep. Boston, 1785.

1 50

6802 American Association for Advancement of Science. 7th and 8th Meet

ings, 1853-4. Each, 50

6788 Alabama. Toumey (M.) Second Biennial Report on the Geology of Alabama. Map. 8vo. pp. 292. Montgomery, 5 00 Mohr (Charles). Economic Geology of Alabama. 8vo. pp. 16. n. p.,



n. d.


6790 Smith (Eugene A.) Geological Survey of Alabama. Report of Progress for 1874. 8vo. pp. 139. Montgomery, 1875. 6791 The same, for 1875. 220. Montgomery, 1876. 6792 The same, for 1876. 101. Montgomery, 1877.


6803 American Geographical and Statistical Society Bulletin. Vol. 2, for 1856. 8vo. pp. 273. New York, 1857.


6804 American Journal of Science and Arts. A number of old volumes and parts can be supplied.

6805 American Oriental Society Journal. Vol. 1, No. 1. 8vo. pp. 78. Boston,


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6806 American Philosophical Society.
150 Transactions. Vols. 1, 2, and 3. 4to.
Half bound. Philadelphia, 1789-93. 6 00
8vo. pp.
1750 6807 Anderson (N. J.) Synopsis of
North American Willows. 8vo. pp. 32.
150 Cambridge, 1858.

8vo. pp. 6793 The same, for 1877 and 1878. 4 colored maps. 8vo. pp. 139. Montgom2 00 ery, 1879. 6794 The same, for 1881 and 1882. Embracing an Account of the Agricultural features of the State. 8 maps. 8vo. pp. 615. Montgomery, 1883.

250 6795 Smith (Eugene A.) List of the Ores and Minerals of Industrial Im


6808 Andrews (Israel D.) Report on the Trade and Commerce of the British North American Colonies, and upon the Trade of the Great Lakes and Rivers, and Notices of the Internal Improvement in each State, of the Gulf of Mexico, and the Straits of Florida, and a paper on the Cotton Crop of the United States. 8vo. pp. 851, with atlas. Washington, 1854.


6809 Annals of the Lyceum of Natural
Vol. 5. 8vo.
History of New York.

portance occurring in Alabama. 8vo. PP: 11. Montgomery, 1884.

6796 Alaska. Cruise of the Revenue Steamer "Corwin" in Alaska and the Notes North-west Arctic Ocean, in 1881. and Memoranda: Medical and Anthropological, Botanical and Ornithological. plates (4 of birds, colored). Washington, 1883.



New York, 1852.


6810 Annals of Science. Conducted
by Hamilton L. Smith. Nos. 1-5, 10-14,
14 parts.
and January to April, 1854.
Cleveland, 1852-54.


6811 Archæological Society of Wash-
4to. pp. 120.
Vols. 1, 2, and 3.
ington. Transactions.
3 50
8vo. paper. Washington, 1882-6.

Elliott (Henry W.) A Monograph of the Seal Islands of Alaska. 2 maps and 29 plates. 4to. pp. 176. ington, 1882.

6812 Arkansas.


375 Owen (D. D.) First Report of a Geological Reconnoissance of Wash- the Northern Counties of Arkansas, made 500 during the years 1857 and 1858. Plates. 6798 Ray (Lieut. P. H.) Report of 8vo. pp. 256. Little Rock, 1858. the International Polar Expedition to Point Barrow, Alaska. With Ethnological Sketch of the Natives of Point Barrow, including Vocabulary, etc., and Reports on

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