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The American Indians. Their history, condition and prospects, from original notes and manuscripts. By Henry R. Schoolcraft. Together with an appendix, containing thrilling narratives, daring exploits, etc.

Main Author: Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe, 1793-1864.
Language(s): English
Published: Rochester, Wanzer, Foot and co. [Buffalo, printed] 1851.
Edition: New rev. ed.
Subjects: Indians of North America.
Note: Originally issued, 1844-45, in eight numbers with paper covers bearing title: Onéota, or The red race of America ... Afterwards issued under various titles: The red race of America; The Indian in his wigwam; The American Indians; Western scenes and reminiscences ... cf. Sabin.
Physical Description: 495 p. incl. front., illus. pl., port. 24 cm.
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