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Joseph Brant: Mohawk, Chalmers, Harvey and Ethel Brant Monture
1 Joseph Brant: Mohawk
Chalmers, Harvey and Ethel Brant Monture
East Lansing, Michigan Michigan State University Press 1955 First Hardcover Very Good+ good Jacket 
First edition in dust jacket. Clean rust brown cloth boards with gold lettering on spine. No fraying or wear-through. Binding is tight & square, no cracking. Pages and edges are clean, with some light browning to fixed endpapers,tiny previous owner name at top edge of front fixed endpaper. Frontispiece portrait of Joseph Brant. 364 pages. Dustjacket is price clipped, has fading to spine, chipping at top and bottom edges of spine, closed tears. Enclosed in new archival quality removable mylar cover. 022844

Price: 20.00 USD
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The Development of Central and Western New York - From the Arrival of the White Man to the Eve of the Civil War, Mau, Clayton
2 The Development of Central and Western New York - From the Arrival of the White Man to the Eve of the Civil War
Mau, Clayton
Dansville, NY Clayton Mau 1958 Revised Edition Hardcover Very Good+ Very Good+ Jacket Signed
Revised and Enlarged Edition, SIGNED by author in original unclipped jacket. Red cloth boards with gold lettering on cover and spine. A few tiny faint spots, otherwise clean, with no bumping or fraying. Binding is tight & square, no cracking. Pages and edges are clean, with clean map-illustrated endpapers (small previous owner name). Signed by the author on title page: "Clayton Mau". Illustrated. 466 pages with index. Dustjacket has light foxing, no chips or tears, not price clipped (5.75 on front inside flap). Enclosed in new archival quality removable mylar cover. Arranged in chornological order, these carefully edited source materials deal with the period from shortly after 1600, when the country was inhabited by the Iroquois Indians and when written records pertaining to the area first appeared, to 1860, the eve of the Civil War. 021918

Price: 50.00 USD
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Our Primitive Contemporaries, Murdock, George Peter
3 Our Primitive Contemporaries
Murdock, George Peter
New York MacMillan 1963 24th printing Hard Cover Very Good 
614 pgs. Very Good - Red cloth board with black & gold title box, gold lettering. Exceptionally clean & tight. Occasional underlining and notations alongside text. Owner's name inside. Slight speckling on top edges, other edges bright and clean, cover very clean. Color and black & white photos & illustrations. Chapters on the Tasmanians, Kazaks, Eskimos, Iroquois, Hopi,Samoans, Hottentots, and many more primitive peoples. Decorated endpapers. 8vo. Anthropology. 001662

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Dark Was the Wilderness, O'Grady, P.W. and Dorothy Dunn
4 Dark Was the Wilderness
O'Grady, P.W. and Dorothy Dunn
Milwaukee, Wisconsin Bruce Publishing Company 1945 First Hardcover Very Good+ Very Good+ Jacket 
First Edition in clean unclipped original dust jacket. Clean gray cloth boards with blue decoration (cross and feather) on cover, blue lettering on spine. No fading, bumping or wear. Binding is tight and square, hinges are sound - no cracking. Pages and edges are clean, with map-decorated endpapers; small previous owner return address label at top edge of front fixed endpaper. 278 pages. Clean dust jacket is not price clipped, has a few small edge chips, short closed edge tears. Enclosed in new archival quality removable mylar cover. A vivid historical novel realistically tells the story ofthe Christianizing of the Huron Indians and their unsuccessful struggles against extinction by the indomitable Iroquois. 026882

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