Philadelphia: Published by the University [of Pennsylvania], 1909. Hardcover First edition thus 10.75" x 7.75". 263pp. Blue printed wrappers. Wrappers chipped at the spine tips, else VG+ condition. This volume includes the Native and translated versions of folk tales and myths of native Americans in the Siletz reservation in Oregon. Sapir's studies on the ethnology and linguistics of various Native American groups of the United States contributed greatly to the development of descriptive linguistics. (Inventory #: 26438)
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