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INDIANS. 170. Penhallow (Saml.) History of the Wars of New England with the Eastern Indians; or, A Narrative of their continued Perfidy and Cruelty, 1713–26. 4to, boards, uncut, as issued (one joint cracked).
Cinn. 1859 One of the few copies issued with the rubricated title. Containing the Appendix with “Lovewell's Fight,” Gardener's “Pequot Wars," The Gospel in New England," which is lacking
in the ordinary issue. This reprint is scarce. 171. Report of the Colorado River of the West, 1857–58. By Lieut. Jos. C. Ives. Full-page engravings and colored plates of Indians. 4to, cloth (portion of back missing).
Wash. 1861 172. Arctic Researches and Life among the Esquimaux, 1860–62. By C. F. Hall. Numerous illusts. 8vo, half morocco.
N. Y. 1865 173. — An Essay towards an Indian Bibliography. A Catalogue of Books relating to the History, Antiquities, etc., etc., of the American Indians. By Thos. W. Field. With (valuable] Notes. 8vo, cloth and label, uncut. Scarce.
N. Y. 1873 174. Wigwam and Warpath; or, The Royal Chief in Chains. By Hon. A. B. Meacham. Numerous illusts. Thick 8vo, cloth.
Bost. 1875 175. L'Origine Touranienne des Americains TupisCaribes et des Egyptiens; et Notice d'une Emigration en Amerique. . . plusieurs siècles avant Notre Ere. 8vo, paper.
Vienne, 1876 176. Tribes of California (with their Customs, Vocabularies, etc., etc.). By Stephen Powers. Illust. Thick 4to, cloth. (Con. to N. A. Ethnology, Vol. 3.) Wash. 1877
177. First Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. By J. W. Powell. Numerous illusts., some colored. Royal 8vo, cloth.
Wash. 1881 Mythology of the North American Indians, Central American
Picture Writing, Sign Language among the Indians, etc. 178. - Second Annual Report. Numerous illusts., some colored. Royal 8vo, cloth.
Wash. 1883 Myths of the Iroquois, Art in Shell of the Ancient Americans, Animal Carvings from the Mounds of the Mississippi Valley,
etc. 179. Another copy of the Second Annual Report. Cloth.
INDIANS. 180. — Third Annual Report. Numerous illusts., some colored. Royal 8vo, cloth.
Wash. 1884 Masks, Labrets, and certain Aboriginal Customs; Prehistoric Textile Fabrics of the United States; Omaha Sociology, etc.,
etc. 181. Another copy of the Third Annual Report. Cloth (one page torn).
Wash. 1884 182. — Fourth Annual Report. Numerous illusts., some colored. Royal 8vo, cloth.
Wash. 1886 Pictographs of the North American Indians, Pottery of the Ancient Pueblos, Ancient Pottery of the Mississippi Valley,
etc., etc. 183. - Another copy of the Fourth Annual Report. Paper (lacks back cover and one page torn). Wash. 1886
184. Fifth Annual Report. Numerous illusts., some colored. Royal 8vo, cloth.
Wash. 1887 The Cherokee Indians, The Mountain Chant, A Navajo Cere
mony, The Seminole Indians of Florida, etc., etc. 185. Sixth Annual Report. Numerous illusts. Royal 8vo, cloth.
Wash. 1888 Ancient Art of the Province of Chiriqui, Osage Traditions,
The Study of the Maya Codices, etc., etc. 186. Another copy of the sixth annual report. Cloth.
Wash. 1888 187. Seventh Annual Report. Numerous illusts., some colored. Royal 8vo, cloth.
Wash. 1891 Indian Linguistic Families of America, North of Mexico,
The Sacred Formulas of the Cherokees, etc., etc. 188. Another copy of the seventh annual report. Cloth.
Wash. 1891 189. Eighth Annual Report. Numerous illusts., some colored. Royal 8vo, cloth.
Wash. 1891 Ceremonial of the Hasjelti Dailjis and Mythical Sand Painting of the Navajo Indians, A Study of Pueblo Architecture,
etc., etc, 190. Another copy of the eighth annual report. Cloth.
Wash. 1891 191. Ninth Annual Report. Numerous illusts., some colored. Royal 8vo, cloth.
Wash. 1892 The Medicine Men of the Apache, Ethnological Results of
the Point Barrow Expedition, etc., etc. 192. Another copy of the ninth annual report. Cloth.
Wash. 1893 195. Eleventh Annual Report. Numerous illusts., some colored. Royal 8vo, cloth.
Wash. 1894 Ethnology of the Ungava District, A Study of Siouan Cults,
etc., etc. 196. Twelth Annual Report. Numerous illusts. Royal 8vo, cloth.
Wash. 1894 Report of the Mound Explorations of the Bureau of Ethnol
ogy (in Illinois, Kentucky, Florida, Alabama, Arkansas, etc.), 197. Another copy of the twelfth annual report. Cloth (loose in covers).
Wash. 1894 198. Thirteenth Annual Report. Numerous illusts. Royal 8vo, cloth.
Wash. 1896 Stone Art, Prehistoric Art of the Eastern United States,
Omaha Dwellings, Furniture and Implements, etc., etc. 199. Another copy of the thirteenth annual report. Cloth.
Wash. 1896 200. Another copy of the thirteenth annual report. Cloth.
Wash. 1896 201. Fourteenth Annual Report. Numerous illusts. 2 vols. royal 8vo, cloth.
Wash. 1836 The Menomini Indians, The Coronado Expedition, 1540-43, The Ghost-Dance Religion (with the Songs of the Arapaho,
the Comanche, etc., etc.). 202. Fifteenth Annual Report. Numerous illusts, some large folding. Royal 8vo, cloth.
Wash. 1897 Stone Implements of the Potomac Chesapeake Tidewater
Province, the Siouan Indians, etc., etc. 203. Sixteenth Annual Report. Numerous illusts. Royal Svo, cloth.
Wash. 1897 Day Symbols of the Maya Year, Tusayan Snake Ceremonies,
Primitive Trephining in Peru, etc., etc. 204. Houses and House-Life of the American Aborigines. By Lewis H. Morgan. Colored front. and numerous illusts. 4to, cloth. (Con. to N. A. Ethnology, Vol. 4.) Scarce.
Wash. 1881 205. Observations on Cup-Shaped and other Lapidarian Sculptures in the Old World and in America, by Charles Rau; also On Prehistoric Trephining and Cranial Amulets, by Robert Fletcher; and another Contribution. Ilust. 4to, cloth. (Con. to N. A. Ethnology, Vol. 5.)
INDIANS. 206. - A Tour through the Southern and Western Territories of the United States, the Floridas and the Countries of the Creek Nations, etc. By John Pape. With index. 8vo, cloth, uncut. Richmond, 1792.
Reprinted for C. L. Woodward: N. Y. 1888 207. The Use of Gold and other Metals among the Ancient Inhabitants of Chiriqui, Isthmus of Darien. By W. H. Homes. Illusts. Royal 8vo, paper.
Wash. 1887 208. The Indian Names of Boston and their Meaning. By Eben Norton Horsford. With facsimiles of Win sor's, John Smith's and Montanus's maps, etc. 4to, paper, uncut, pp. 26. Large Paper copy. Cambridge, Mass., 1886
209. The Klamath Indians of Southwestern Oregon. Vol. 2, Pt. 2, of Con. to N. A. Ethnology (containing complete the Dictionary of the Klamath Language, both ways). By Albert S. Gatschet. 4to, cloth.
Wash. 1890 210. — The Cegiha Language (Myths, Stories, Letters, etc., etc.). By James Owen Dorsey. 4to, cloth (Con. to N. A. Ethnology, Vol. 6.)
Wash. 1890 211. Another copy of the same.
212. Omaha and Ponka Letters. By James Owen Dorsey. 8vo, paper, pp. 127.
Wash. 1891 213. Etnologia Centro-Americana Apuntes Para un Libro Sobre los Aborigines De Costa Rica. Por Manuel M. De Peralta. Royal 8vo, paper.
Madrid, 1893 214. - The Myths of the New World. Symbolism and Mythology of the Red Race of America. By D. G. Brinton. Post 8vo, cloth.
Phil. 1896 215. The Battle Fields of the Maumee Valley: a collection of Historical Addresses (on the Methods of Indian Warfare, Settlement of the Northwest, etc.). Edited by Marcus Benjamin. Illust. 8vo, cloth. (Auto. pres. copy from the editor.)
Wash. 1896 216. - Garacontie (the Sun that advances). Original typed Prize Essay, with the Author's MS. corrections and additions. 20 pp. 4to, unbound.
Interesting study of the greatest Iroquois of his epoch (16601675).
217. IRVING (WASHINGTON). A. L. S., 1 p. small 4to, 1845, to G. P. Putnam, written when Minister to Spain, on letter-head of the Legation, regarding the transfer of the body of Mr. Bacon to America.
IRVING (WASHINGTON). 218. -The Life and Letters of Washington Irving. By his nephew, Pierre M. Irving. With fine portraits, some on India paper, and other illusts. 3 vols. 4to, cloth, gilt tops, uncut. Only 300 copies printed.
N. Y. 1883 219. One Hundreth Anniversary of his Birth at Tarrytown, Apl., 1883 (with letter by Whittier and addresses by D. G. Mitchell, etc.) Portraits and views. Square 8vo, cloth.
N. Y. 1884 220. ISTHMUS OF PANAMA (THE). By Chas. T. Bidwell. Colored front. 8vo, cloth (back somewhat damaged).
Lond. 1865 221. JACKSON (ANDREW). D. S., 1 p. 8vo, Mch. 11, 1813, issuing 60 rations.
222. Monument to the Memory of Jackson. By B. M. Dusenbery. Fine portrait. 12mo, sheep (some pp. spotted).
Nashua, 1846 223. JAY (JOHN). 2 D. S. Albany, July and Feb., 1799. One a particularly fine signature. (As 2 pieces.)
224. JESUP (GEN. THOS. S.) A. L. S., 2 pp. folio, 1836, written just after he assumed command of the Army in the Creek nation, to Gov. Clay of Ala. Interesting letter regarding the difficulty of moving the Indians.
225. JOHNSTON (FRANCIS—Col. in the Revolution and Lawyer). A. L. S., 1 p. small 4to, Phil. 1791, regarding the claim of a wounded soldier.
226. JUDSON (ADONIRAM). The Life of Judson. By E. Judson. Portraits. Post 8vo, cloth.
N. Y. 1883 227. KALAKUA. King of the Sandwich Islands. Signature.
228. KENT FAMILY. Genealogies of the different Families bearing the name of Kent in the U. S., with their possible English Ancestry, 1295-1898. By L. V. Briggs. Plate of arms. 8vo, half morocco, uncut. Bost. 1898
229. KENT (JAMES-Chancellor of N. Y.). L. S. 1 p. 4to, Albany, 1826, letter of recommendation.
230. KING (RUFUS). The Life and Correspondence of Rufus King. Edited by Charles R. King. Portraits. 3 vols. (Vols. 2, 3, and 4 only). 8vo, half roan (rubbed). Limited edition.
N. Y. 1895 231. KIP FAMILY. History and Genealogy of the Kip Eamily. Excerpt from the above “Abstract." Kip's mansion as frontispiece. Royal 8vo, wrappers. (9 copies.)
N. Y. 1894