Biography and History of the Indians of North America;: Comprising a General Account of Them, and Details in the Lives of All the Most Distinguished Chiefs, and Others, who Have Been Noted, Among the Various Indian Nations Upon the Continent. Also, a History of Their Wars; Their Manners and Customs; and the Most Celebrated Speeches of Their Orators, from Their First Being Known to Europeans to the Present Time. Likewise Exhibiting an Analysis of the Most Distinguished, as Well as Absurd Authors, who Have Written Upon the Great Question of the First Peopling of America. : [Six Lines from Bryant]
O.L. Perkins, 56 Cornhill, and Hilliard, Gray & Company, 1834 - Indians of North America - 540 pages
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