New York: D Appleton, 1873.
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Light cock, light rub, light tone, owner's signature, later owner's emboss, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover.; Wright Howes; edited by William E Hartley III; Wright Howes The Final Edition of USiana: A Descriptive Bibliography; J 188. Richard A Hand; A Bookman's Guide to the Indians of the Americas; J94. "Our object has been, from the earliest and most authentic sources of information at command, to convey a correct impression of the location, characteristics, form of government, social relations, manufactures, domestic economy, diversions, and customs of the Southern Indians, at the time of primal contact between them and the Europeans. This introductory part of the work is followed by an examination of tumuli, earthworks, and various relics obtained from burial-mounds, gathered amid refuse-piles, found in ancient graves, and picked up in cultivated fields and on the sties of old villages and fishing-reosrts. Whenever these could be interpreted in the light of early recorded observations, or were capable of explanation by customs not obsolete at the dawn of the historic period, the authorities relied upon have been carefully noted." - Preface. Detailed account of the known history, culture and material culture of Southern native americans, particularly in Georgia, by the Civil War era mayor of Savannah, a member of the American Antiquarian Society. ; xvi, 532 pages.
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