Item Detail

Item Number 5765
Title Thirty-Second Annual Report Of The Bureau Of American Ethnology To The Secretary Of The Smithsonian Institution 1910-1911
Author Hodge, F. W.
Condition VG/NONE
Publisher Government Printing Office
Place Published Washington, D. C.
Date Published 1918
Edition 1st Edition
Binding Hardcover; 1st Printing
Notes 1st edition/1st printing. Bound in dark green olive cloth with a gilt Indian head on the front and gilt printing on the spine, this volume is clean, straight & bright. It has a few ex-library markings, but nothing that detracts from the book. The back lower corner and spine ends are bumped, there are various rubs and a small snag on back edge, light foxing on end papers. This volume contains Seneca Fiction, Legends and Myths, collected by Jeremiah Curtin and J. N. B. Hewitt, edited by J. N. B. Hewitt. The Seneca (Place of the Stone) are a noted and influential tribe of the Iroquois.When first known, they occupied a region in central New York. Also included in this volume are the phonetic key to their language, medical notes and traditions. ; Ex-Lib; 11.5 x 8 inches; 819 pages
Keyword(s) F. W. Hodge,History,American Indians,Seneca Indians,Ethnology,Native Americans,Mythology,Legends,Indian Legends
Category(ies) Anthropology Archaeology Earth Sciences,Biographies Politics Government War,History Travel Exploration Places,Native Americans Americana Ethnic
Price $90.00