By Frederick S. Dellenbaugh
New York & London   G. P. Putnam's Sons
10" by 6.5" ix, 487 pp
A comparative study of North-American Indian life, their customs, habits and writings on the theory of the ethnic unity of the race.
By Frederick S. Dellenbaugh

1900 The North-Americans of Yesterday

New York & London   G. P. Putnam's Sons
10" by 6.5" ix, 487 pp
A comparative study of North-American Indian life, their customs, habits and writings on the theory of the ethnic unity of the race.
£49.99
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Illustrated

With over 350 illustrations and an appendix giving details of the tribes that existed. Includes details and photographs of tribes North-American tribal carvings, models and sculptures.

Condition

In a full green cloth binding. Externally, sound with wear to extremities, and a failed front hinge. Internally, firmly bound with a number of unclipped pages. There is a copperplate inscription to the front free endpaper reading 'Frederick R. Sharne New York, May 10, 1933'. Otherwise very bright and clean.

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