The North American Indian Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States, the Dominion of Canada, and Alaska. Volume 18.
Curtis, Edward S. Edited by Frederick Webb Hodge.

New York: Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1970. 9.25" x 6". 253pp. Rust red and black cloth with gilt lettering. Near fine condition. Stated "Third reprinting 1980." These reprint editions are uncommon in commerce. With an introduction by Theodore Roosevelt. This volume describes "the more representative tribes of the Canadian province of Alberta." With much on the alphabet used in recording Indian terms, the Chipewyan, the Western Woods Cree, and the Sarsi. This volume also features much on tribal mythology, summaries of the tribes, and vocabularies of their languages. Hardback (Item ID: 18257)

$200.00

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