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2 maps, and Peters. Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 567. Boston, 1881.

By Col. Garrick Mallory, etc.
53 fine plates, some colored, and 307 wood-
cuts. Imp. 8vo. pp. 603. Washington,
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6320 Catlin (George). Illustrations of the Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians. With Letters and Notes written during eight years' travel and adventure among the wildest and most remarkable Tribes now Existing. 360 engravings. 2 vols. Royal 8vo. London, 1857. 8.00

6312 The same. Second Annual Report, 1880-81. Containing Zuni Fetiches, by F. H. Cushing; Myths of the Iroquois, by E. A. Smith; Animal Carvings from the Mounds, by H. W. Henshaw; Navajo Silversmiths, by W. Matthews; Art in Shell of the Ancient Americans, by W. H. 6321 Another edition. 2 vols. Royal 8vo. Holmes; Catalogues of the Collections half morocco. London, 1851. 10 00 made in New Mexico and Arizona, in 1879 and 1880, by J. Stevenson. 77 fine plates, 6322 Catlin (George). Notes of Eight some colored. 714 wood-cuts, and 2 maps. Years' Travels and Residence in Europe Imp. 8vo. pp. 477. Washington, 1883. 5 ̊00, with his North American Indian Collection. Illustrated. 2 vols. 8vo. half morocco. London, 1848.

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6323 Catlin (George). Religious Ceremony, and other Customs of

the Mandans. 13 colored illustrations. Royal 8vo. pp. 52. Phila.. 1867. 4 50

6324 Century of Dishonor. A Sketch of the United States Government's Dealings with some of the Indian Tribes. By H. H. [Helen Hunt Jackson.] 12mo. pp. 457. New York, 1881. 1 50

6313 The same. Third Annual Report, 1881-82. Containing Notes on Maya and Mexican Manuscripts, by C. Thomas; On Marks, Labrets, etc., by W. H. Dall; Omaha Sociology, by J. O. Dorsey; Navajo Weavers, by Dr. W. Matthews; Pre-Historic Textile Fabrics, by W. H. Holmes; Catalogue of Collections made in 1881, by W. H. Holmes: Catalogue of Collections made in New Mexico and Arizona in 1881, by J. Stevenson. 45 fine plates, some colored, and 200 wood-cuts, Imp. 8vo. pp. 606. 6325 Charency (H. de). Le Mythe de Washington, 1884. Votan, Etude sur les Origines Asiatiques 6314 Butler (James). Pre-Historic Wis- de la Civilization Americaine. consin. Westphalian Medal, 1648. Five 144, paper. Alencon, 1874. heliotype plates. 8vo. pp. 31, paper. 6326 Cherokee Nation, Laws of, passed during the Years 1839-1867. Compiled by the Authority of the National Council. 8vo. pp. 208 (one leaf of contents torn), sheep. St. Louis, 1868.

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6315 Carli (M. le Comte J. R) Lettres
Americaines, dans lesquelles ou examine
l'Origine l'Etat Civil, Politique, les Science,
les Moeurs, les Usages des anciens Habitans
de l'Amerique, etc. Avec des Observations
and Additions du Traducteur [Jean Bapt.
Lefebure Villebrune]. 2 vols. 8vo., old
n. d.
calf. Paris, 1788.
3 50

8vo. pp. 2.00


6327 Cherokees. Relations between the Cherokees and the Government of the United States. 8vo. pp. 15. n. p.,

25 6328 Cherokee Indians. Memorial to Congress, June 18, 1831. 8vo. pp. 8. 25

6329 Cherry (P. P.) The Grave Creek Mound. Its History and its Inscribed Stone, with its Vindication. With a Cut of the Stone. 8vo. pp. 14, paper. Wads

6316 Carr (L.) The Mounds of the Mississippi Valley, Historically Considered. 4to. pp. 107, paper. Cincinnati, 1883. 1 50 6317 Carr (L.) and Shaler (N. S.) On the Pre-Historic Remains of Kentucky. 7 plates. 4to. pp. 31, paper. Cincinnati, worth, 1877. 1884.


2.50 6330 Chickasaw Nation. Contitution 12mo. pp. 76. Tishomingo


6318 Carrington (Mrs.) Ab-sa-ra-ka. and Laws. Land of Massacre. Being the Experience City, 1857. of an Officer's Wife on the Plains. With 6331 Church (Benjamin). The History an outline of Indian Operations and Con- of King Philip's War. With Introduction ferences, from 1865 to 1878. By Col. H. B. and Notes by Henry Martyn Dexter. 2 Carrington. Maps and illustrations. 12mo. vols. Small 4to. boards, uncut. Maps. pp. 378. Philadelphia, 1879. 150 Boston, 1867.

6319 Carson (Kit). Pioneer Life and Frontier Adventures. An Authentic Record of the Romantic Life and Daring Exploits of Kit Carson and his Companions, from his own Narrative. By D. C.


6332 Church (Thomas). The History of the Great Indian War of 1675 and 1676, commonly called Philip's War. Also, the Old French aud Indian Wars, from 1689 to 1704. 8vo. pp. 360. Hartford, 1854. 2 25

6333 Another edition. n. d.

6334 Another edition. 1843.

Robert Clarke & Co., Cincinnati.

8vo. New York, 6348 Crows. Report of the Commission 175 to Negotiate with the Crow Indians of MouExeter, tana Territory. Map. 8vo. pp. 49. Wash125 ington, 1873.


6335 Citizen of Nature (The) in a
Series of Letters from an American Indian
in London to his Friend at Home. [By
Henry Horne.] 12mo. pp. 238, half calf.
London, 1824.
6336 Colden (Calwallader). The History
1 25
of the Five Indian Nations of Canada,
which are dependent on the Province of
New York in America, and are the Barrier
between the English and French in that
Part of the World.
their Religion, Manners, Customs, Laws,
With Accounts of
etc. Map. 8vo. pp. 283, full bound. Lon-
don, 1747.
6337 Another edition. 8vo. pp. 40+17+14,
5 00
boards, uncut. New York, 1866.
6338 Coleson (Miss Ann). Narrative of
her Captivity among the Sioux Indians,
her Terrible Sufferings and Providential
Escape. Illustrated.
8vo. pp. 70, paper.
Philadelphia. 1864.

75 1 25

6339 Another copy. Half bound.
6340 Colton (George H.) Tecumseh; or

the West Thirty Years Since.
312, boards, New York, 1842.

6341 Another copy.

8vo. pp. 80,

12mo. pp. 1 25 London, 1843. paper. 6342 Conant (A. J.) Footprints of Van1 00 ished Races in the Mississippi Valley; being an Account of some of the Monuments and Relics of Prehistoric Races Scattered over its Surface. their Origin and Uses. 113 engravings. 8vo. With Suggestions as to pp. 122. St. Louis, 1879. 1 50



cient History of the Six Nations. of the Foundation of the Great Island 6349 Cusick (David). Sketches of An(North America). Account of the Early A Tale the Kingdom of the Five Nations. 4 Plates. Settlers of North America, and Origin of 8vo. pp. 35. Lockport, 1848.

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on the Plains; or, Personal Experiences with the Indians. 8vo. pp. 256. New York, 6350 Custer (Gen. George A.) My Life 1881.


6351 Dall (W. H.) On the remains of later Prehistoric Man, obtained from Caves in the Catherina Archipelago, Alaska Territory, and especially from the Caves of the Aleutian Islands. 10 plates. 4to. pp. 40, paper. Washington, 1878. 6352 Davis (A.) Antiquities of America. 2.00 The First Inhabitants of Central America, etc. Lectures. 8vo. pp 32, paper. Boston, 1848. 50

6353 Davis (J.) Captain Smith and Princess Pocahontas. An Indian Tale. Philadelphia,

16mo. 1817.


90, boards.

their Modern Representatives. An Attempt
6354 Dawson (J. W.) Fossil Men and
1 25
to Illustrate the Characters and Conditions
of Pre-Historic Men in Europe, by those
of the American Races.
London, 1880.
12mo. pp. 350.

in New England. 4to. pp. 32, half morocco.
6355 Day-Breaking (The), if not the
Sun-Rising of the Gospel with the Indians
London, 1647.
Reprinted, New York,
Large paper, sewed,

6356 Another copy.


6357 Day-Spring in the Far West:
America. By M. E. J. Map and 24 Illus-
Sketches of Mission Work in North-West
trations. 12mo. pp. 215. London, 1875. 1 80
6358 De Forest (John W.) History of
est known period to 1850.
the Indians of Connecticut, from the earli-
Hartford, 1851.
12mo. pp. 509.

6343 Copway (George). The Life, History, and Travels of Ka-ge-ga-gah-bowh, a Young Indian Chief of the Ojebwa Nation, etc. 18mo. pp. 158. Philadelphia, 6344 Another edition. 8vo. pp. 224. Albany. 1 00 1847. 6345 Copway (George). The Traditional 1 50 History and Characteristic Sketches of the Ojibway Nation. 1850. 12mo. pp. 266. Boston, 6346 Cremony (John C.) Life Among 150 the Apaches. 12mo. pp. 322. San Francisco, 1868. 6347 Croghan (Col. George). Journal 2 25 Who was sent, after the Peace of 1763, by the Government to Explore the Country adjacent to the Ohio River, and to conciliate the Indian Nations who had hitherto acted with the French. 8vo. pp. 38, paper, uncut. (One hundred copies pri- Illustrated. vately printed. Burlington, N. J.) 1 00 1851.


Early Settlement and Indian Wars of West
Virginia. Embracing an Account of the
6359 De Hass (Willis). History of the
various Expeditions in the West previous
of Zane, McCulloch, Wetzel and others.
1795. Also, Biographical Sketches
Svo. pp.

416. Wheeling,

perience among the Red Men of the Great
West; their Social Life, Religion, Habits,
Traits, Customs, etc. 8vo. pp. 653. New
York, 1883.

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6372 Donnelly (Ignatius). Atlantis; The Antediluvian World. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. 490. New York, 1882. 2 00 6373 D'Orbigny (Alcide). L'Homme Americain (de Amerique Meridionale) consideree sous ses Rapports. Physiologiques et Moraux. 2 vols. 8vo., boards. Paris, 1839. 4 25

6360 Delafield (John). An Inquiry into the Origin of the Antiquities of America. With an Appendix, containing Notes and a View of the Causes of the Superiority of the Men of the Northern over those of the Southern Hemisphere. By James Lakey. Colored plates and long folding plate. 4to. pp. 142. New York, 1839. 10 00 6361 Delessert (Eward). Les Indiens de la Baie d'Hudson. 16mo. pp. 273, paper. Paris, 1861. 1 50 6362 Del Rio (Don Antonio). Description of the Ruins of an Ancient City, dis- 6374 Dorman (Rushton M.) The Origin covered near Palenque, in the Kingdom of of Primitive Superstitions and their DevelGuatemala, in Spanish America. Trans-opment into the Worship of Spirits, and lated from the original Manscript Report of the Doctrine of Spiritual Agency among Captain don Antonio Del Rio. Followed the Aborigines of America.

Four colored


by Theatro Critico Americano, or a Critical plates and 21 wood-cuts. 8vo. pp. 398. Investigation into the History of the Amer- Philadelphia, 1881. icans. By Paul F. Cabrera. Plates. 4to. pp 128. London, 1822. 7 50

6375 Drake (Benj.) Life of Tecumseh and of his Brother, the Prophet. With an Historical Sketch of the Shawanoe Indians. 12mo. pp. 235. Cin., 1841. 1 50


6363 De Smet (P. J.) Letters and Sketches, with a Narrative of a Year's Residence among the Indian Tribes of the 6376 Drake (Francis S. Editor). Rocky Mountains. Plates. 16mo. PP. Indian Tribes of the United States; their 252, half calf, neat. Phila., 1843. 3.00 History, Antiquities, Customs, Religion, 6364 De Smet (P. J.) New Indian Arts, Language, Traditions, Oral Legends Sketches. 16mo. pp. 175. New York, and Myths. Illustrated with 100 fine en75 gravings on steel, some colored. 2 vols. Western Mis-Royal 4to., half morocco. Philadelphia,



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6365 De Smet (P. J.) sions and Missionaries. A Series of Let- 1884. ters. Portrait. 12mo. pp. 532. New York, 6377 Drake (Samuel G.) The Aborigi1881. 200 nal Races of North America; comprising 6366 Dobrizhoffer (Martin). An Ac- Biographical Sketches of Eminent Indicount of the Abipones, an Equestrian Peo-viduals, and an Historical Account of the ple of Paraguay. Translated from the different Tribes, with a Dissertation on Latin. 3 vols. 8vo., half bound. London, their Origin, Antiquities, Manners and Cus6 00 toms. Revised, with valuable additions by 6367 Doddridge (Joseph). Notes on the Prof. H. L. Williams, 8vo. pp. 787. New Settlement and Indian Wars of the West- York, 1880. ern Parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania, from the year 1763 to 1783. Together with a View of the State of Society and Manners of the First Settlers of the Western Country. 16mo. pp. 316, sheep. Wellsburgh, Va., 1824. Title page mended. 5 00 6368 Another edition. With a Memoir of the Author by his Daughter. Edited by Alfred Williams. 12mo. pp. 400. Albany, 1876. 150

6378 Drake (S. G.) Old Indian Chronicle. Being a Collection of Exceeding Rare Tracts, written and published in the Time of King Philip's War, by Persons residing in the Country. To which are now added an Introduction and Notes. Small 4to. pp. 333. Boston, 1867. 4.00

6379 Dunn (J. P., Jr.) Massacres of the Mountains. A History of the Indian Wars in the Far West. Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 784. New York, 1886. 3 75 6380 Eastburn (Rev. Jas. W.) Yamoden, the Wars of King Philip, in six 12mo. pp. 340. New York,

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6369 Doddridge (Joseph). Logan, the Last of the Race of Shikellemus, Chief of the Cayuga Nation. To which is added the a Tale of Dialogue of the Backwoodsman and the Cantos. Dandy. Reprinted from the Virginia edi- 1820. tion of 1823. 4to. pp. 76, sewed, uncut, 1 50 rubricated title. Cincinnati, 1868. The 6381 Eastman (Mrs. Mary H.) American Illus6370 Another copy. Aboriginal Portfolio. Half morocco. 2 25 trated by I. Eastman, U. S. A. 26 fine 6371 Dodge (Richard I.) Our Wild In- steel engravings. 4to. pp. 84. Philadeldians. Thirty-three Years Personal Ex-phia, 1853. 4 50

Christian Frederic Post, by whose negotiations, among the Indians on the Ohio, they were withdrawn from the Interest of the French, and thereupon abandoned the Fort and Country. [By Chas. Thompson]. Map. Small 8vo. pp. 184, half morocco. London, 1759.

6382 Eastman (Mrs. Mary H.) Chicora, and other Regions of the Conquerors and the Conquered. [Indians.] Numerous fine steel engravings. Royal 8vo. pp. 126. Philadelphia, 1854. 4 00 6383 Eastman (Mrs. Mary H.) Dahcotah; or, Life and Legends of the Sioux 10 00 around Fort Snelling. Illustrated. 12mo. 6395 Events in Indian History. Beginpp. 268. New York, 1849. 200 ning with an Account of the Origin of the 6384 Eaton (John). Are the Indians American Indians and Early Settlements in Dying Out? Preliminary Observations re- North America, and embracing concise Bilating to Indian Civilization and Educa-ographies of the Principal Chiefs, etc. tion. 8vo. pp. 42, paper. Washington, With Narratives and Captivities. [By 25 Mr. Wimer.] Numerous folding plates. 8vo. pp. 633, sheep. Phila., 1842.


6385 Eells (Rev. Myron). History of Indian Missions on the Pacific Coast, Oregon, Washington and Idaho. 12mo. pp. 270. Philadelphia, 1882. 1 25 6386 Eggleston (Edward) and Seelye (Lillie E.). Brant and Red Jacket. Including an Account of the Early Wars of the Six Nations and the Border Warfare of the Revolution. Map. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. 370. New York, 1879. 1 00

6387 Eggleston (Edward) and Seelye (Lillie E.). Pocahontas. Including an Account of the Early Settlement of Virginia and of the Adventures of Captain John Smith. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. 310. New York, 1879. 1 00 6388 Eggleston (Edward) and Seelye (Lillie E.) Tecumseh and the Shawnee Prophet. Including Sketches of George Rogers Clark, Simon Kenton, Wm. Henry Harrison, and many others famous in the Frontier Wars of Tecumseh's Time. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. 332. N. Y., 1878.. 1 00 6389 Eggleston (George C.) Red Eagle and the Wars with the Creek Indians of Alabama. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. 346.

New York, 1878.

6 00 6396 Everett (Edward). Speech on the Bill for Removing the Indians. 8vo. pp. 46, paper. Boston, 1830.


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6400 Finley (J. B.) History of the Wyandot Mission at Upper Sandusky, Ohio, under the direction of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 12mo. pp. 432. Cincin1 00 nati, 1840.


Wy-Indians; or, Personal Recollections and 6401 Finley (J. B.) Life among the

6390 Elliott (Rev. Chas.) Indian Missionary Reminiscences, principally of the 18mo. pp. 216. New York,

andot Nation.

Historical Incidents illustrative of the Indian Life and Character. Portrait. 12mo. pp. 548. Cincinnati, 1868.


6402 Fletcher (Robert.) On Prehistoric Trephining and Cranial Amulets. 4to. pp. 32. Washington, 1882.

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1850. 1.00 6391 Ellis (Edward S.) Camp Fire and Wigwam. 12mo. pp. 388. Philadelphia, 1885. 1 00 6392 Ellis (George B.) The Red Man and the White Man in North America, from its Discovery to the Present Time. 8vo. pp. 642. Boston, 1882. 3 50 6393 Emerson (Ellen R.) 'Indian Myths; or, Legends, Traditions, and Symbols of the Aborigines of America. Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 677. Boston, 1884. 5 00 6394 Enquiry into the Causes of the Alienation of the Delaware and Shawnee Indians from the British Interest. To- 6404 Force (M. F.) gether with the Remarkable Journal of of the Indians of Ohio. To what Race did

6403 Flint (Timothy.) Indian Wars of the West. Containing Biographical Sketches of those Pioneers who headed the Western Settlers in repelling the Attacks of the Savages. Together with a View of the Character, Manners, Monuments, and Antiquities of the Western Indians. 12mo. PP. 240. Cincinnati, 1833.

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Some Early Notices

the Mound Builders belong? paper. Cincinnati, 1879.

8vo. pp. 75, tral America, and on the Western Coast of 50 South America. 8 plates. 4to. pp. 90, paper. Washington, 1878. 250

6405 Foster (J. W.) Pre-Historic Races of the United States of America. 8vo. pp. 415. Chicago, 1878. 3 00 6406 Frost (John). Illustrated Historical Sketches of the Indians. Exhibiting their Manners and Customs on the Battlefield and the Wigwams. 12mo. pp. 400. New York, 1857.

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6407 Frost (John). Indian Battles, Captivities, and Adventures, from the Earl iest Period. 12mo. pp. 408. New York. 1857. 1 75

6408 Further Manifestation (A) of the Progress of the Gospel among the Indians in New England, 1659. Reprinted, New York, 1865. 4to. pp. 21, sewed, uncut. 2 00 6409 Gardiner (Capt. A. F.) A Visit to the Indians on the Frontiers of Chili. 12mo. pp. 195, boards. Lon., 1841. 125 6410 Gardiner (Lieut. Lion). A History of the Pequot War; or, a Relation of the War between the Powerful Nation of Pequot Indians, once inhabiting the Coast of New England, and the English Inhabitants in 1688. 4to. pp. 36, boards. uncut. Cincinnati, 1860. 1 00 6411 Gibbs (George). Notes on the Tinneh or Chepewyan Indians of British and Russian America. 1. The Eastern Tinneh, by Bernard R. Ross. 2. The Loucheaux Indians; by Wm. L. Hardesty. 3. The Kutchin Tribes; by Strachan Jones. Woodcuts. 8vo. pp. 25, paper. Washing25 6412 Giles (John). Memoirs of the Odd Adventures, Strange Deliverances, etc., in the Captivity of. Commander of the Garrison on St. George River, Maine. Written by Himself. Svo. pp. 64, paper, uncut. Cincinnati, 1869.

ton, 1866.


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6417 Haldeman (S. T.) On a Polychrome Bead from Florida. 2 wood cuts. 8vo. pp. 6, paper. Washington, 1878. 10 6418 Hale (Horatio). Indian Migrations, as Evidenced by Language. 8vo. pp. 27, paper. Chicago, 1883.


6419 Halket (John). Historical Notes Respecting the Indians of North America; with Remarks on the Attempts made to Convert and Civilize them. 8vo. pp. 408. London, 1825. 2 50

6420 Hall. Narrative of the Capture and Providential Escape of Misses Frances and Almira Hall, Two Respectable Young Women, who was Taken Prisoners by the Savages near Indian Creek, Ill. Likewise is added the interesting Narrative of the Captivity of Philip Brigdon, a Kentuckian, Plate. Svo. pp. 24, paper. 1833. 1 50 6421 Hall (James). The Wilderness and the War-path. 12mo. pp. 174, paper. New York, 1846.



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6423 Harvey (Henry). History of the Shawnee Indians, from the year 1681 to 1854, inclusive. Portrait. 16mo. pp. 316. Cincinnati, 1855. 250

6424 Hathaway (Benj.) The League of the Iroquois, and other Legends. From the Indian Muse. Portrait. 12mo. pp. 316. Chicago, 1882. 1750

6425 Haven (Samuel F.) Archeology of the United States; or, Sketches, Historical and Bibliographical, of the Progress of Information and Opinion respecting the Vestiges of Antiquities in the United States. 4to. pp. 168, paper. Washington,


4 50 6426 Heard (I. V. D.) History of the Sioux War and Massacre in 1862 and 1863. Portraits and illustrations. 12mo. pp. 354. New York, 1864. 1 50

6427 Heckewelder (John). An Account of the History, Manners, and Customs of the Indian Nations who once inhabited 8vo. pp. iv.+347, of Transactions of the Pennsylvania and the Neighboring States. American Philosophical Society. Phila6 00 1 50 delphia, 1819.

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6416 Habel (S.) The Sculptures of Santa Lucie Cosumalwhuapa, in Guatemala; with an Account of Travels in Cen

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