The history 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 [electronic resource] : with particular accounts of their religion, manners, customs, laws, and forms of government; their several battles and treaties with the European nations; their wars with the other Indians; and a true account of the present state of our trade with them : in which are shewn, the great advantage of their trade and alliance to the British nation, and the intrigues and attempts of the French to engage them from us; a subject nearly concerning all our American plantations, and highly meriting the attention of the British nation at this juncture / by the Honourable Cadwallader Colden, Esq; one of his Majesty's Counsel, and surveyor-general of New-York ; to which are added, accounts of the several other nations of Indians in North-America, their numbers, strength, &c. and the treaties which have been lately made with them.
|Main Author:||Colden, Cadwallader, 1688-1776.|
London : Printed for Lockyer Davis ..., J. Wren ..., and J. Ward ..., 1755.
The third edition.
New York (Etat) > Histoire > ca 1600-1775 (Période coloniale).
Canada > History > Jusqu'à 1763 (Nouvelle-France).
New York (State) > History > Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
Canada > History > To 1763 (New France).
Part of a CIHM set. For individual microfiches in this set see CIHM microfiche nos. 33249-33251.
"In two volumes."
0665332505 (v. 1)
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