AN ACCOUNT OF THE LIVES AND HAPPY DEATHS OF SOME INDIANS DECEASED: ON THE ALLEGHENY, CATTARAUGUS AND CORN PLANTER RESERVATIONS
by [Native Americans]
Philadelphia, 1899. 38pp. Original printed wrappers. Small chip to bottom edge of front cover, light edge wear. Internally clean. Very good. A rare collection of accounts of the passing away of Native Americans in Pennsylvania and New York. Printed by the Committee for the Civilization and Improvement of the Indians, an organization related to the Society of Friends. Rare, with only seven copies in OCLC. OCLC 21578100. (Inventory #: WRCAM49800)
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