Catalog Record: The Indian tribes of the upper Mississippi valley and region of the Great Lakes | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The Indian tribes of the upper Mississippi valley and region of the Great Lakes / as described by Nicolas Perrot, French commandant in the Northwest ; Bacquevile de la Potherie, French royal commissioner to Canada ; Morrell Marston, American Army officer ; and Thomas Forsyth, United States agent at Fort Armstrong, translated, edited, annotated and with bibliography and index by Emma Helen Blair.

Main Author: Blair, Emma Helen, 1851-1911.
Related Names: Robertson, Gertrude M. , Radin, Paul 1883-1959., Perrot, Nicolas 1644-1718., Marston, Morrell 1785-1831., Forsyth, Thomas 1771-1833., Bacqueville de La Potherie, Claude-Charles 1663-1736.
Language(s): English
Published: Cleveland, O. : Arthur H. Clark Co., 1911-1912.
Subjects: Indians of North America.
Indians of North America > Northwestern States.
Indians of North America > Northwest, Old.
United States > Northwestern States.
United States > Northwest, Old.
Note: Reprint of the 1911 edition.
"Doctor Paul Radin ... revised the proffs for the second half of volume II.
Physical Description: 2 volumes : illustrations ; 25 cm
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