London, 1855. xii,248,[24, ads]pp. 12mo. 20th-century tan cloth, black spine titles. Mild toning. Very good. Second British edition, after the first American edition with a different title published in 1847. The author was a chief of the Ojibway Nation, and herein gives a history of his people, especially their religious beliefs, traditions, and customs. Also his travels to Buffalo, Prairie du Chien, etc. Prints the text of his address before the Pennsylvania legislature in favor of giving Indians a permanent home between Nebraska and Minnesota territories. In this he followed the Rev. Peter Jones, who was half Ojibway. HOWES C770. (Inventory #: WRCAM50940)
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