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(History) NARRATIVES OUTRAGES COMMITTED INDIANS Loudon 1808
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Loudon, Archibald; A Selection of Some of the Most Interesting Narratives of Outrages Committed by the Indians in Their Wars with the White People : Volume I; Carlisle PA: Press of A Loudon 1808. 1st Edition. xii, 5-355, [1] ad pages. Hardcover.
Military History - Indian Wars Native American Indian History Frontier and Pioneer Life Howes L479 Sabin 42165 Field 954 Streeter II 993 Indian Captivities - North America Americana French And Indian Wars Revolutionary War - United States Wyoming Massacre
Good. Well toned, tissue repairs to page edge chips with some minor text loss (missing text replaced in nearly all cases - see photos), rebacked spine with new red leather label and Japan tissue hinge repairs, prior owner's calling card attached to front paste-down, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover.
Volume One only, volume Two was issued in 1811 after the success of this volume. Subtitled: Also, An Account of their Manners, Customs, Traditions, Religious Sentiments, Mode of Warfare, Military Tactics, Discipline and Encampments, Treatment of Prisoners, &c, which are better Explained, and more Minutely Related, than has been heretofore done, by any other Author on that subject. Many of the Articles have never before appeared in print. The whole Compiled from the best Authorities. "the most famous book of Indian warfare" - The Thomas Winthrop Streeter Collection of Americana, Volume Two, 993. Wright Howes; edited by William E Hartley III; Wright Howes The Final Edition of USiana: A Descriptive Bibliography; L479. Joseph Sabin; A Dictionary of Books Relating to America; 42165. Thomas W Field; An Essay toward an Indian Bibliography : Being a Catalogue of Books relating to the History, Antiquities, Languages, Customs, Religion, Wars, Literature, and Origin of the American Indians, in the Library of Thomas W Field; 954. Full leather binding with modern spine and original boards. Worn and professionally repaired copy of this collection of Native American Indian captivity accounts, a highspot in any collection of Americana.
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Good. Well toned, tissue repairs to page edge chips with some minor text loss (missing text replaced in nearly all cases - see photos), rebacked spine with new red leather label and Japan tissue hinge repairs, prior owner's calling card attached to front paste-down, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover.
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6.75 x 4.25 x 1.25 in
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(History) NARRATIVES OUTRAGES COMMITTED INDIANS Loudon 1808

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Loudon, Archibald; A Selection of Some of the Most Interesting Narratives of Outrages Committed by the Indians in Their Wars with the White People : Volume I; Carlisle PA: Press of A Loudon 1808. 1st Edition. xii, 5-355, [1] ad pages. Hardcover.
Military History - Indian Wars Native American Indian History Frontier and Pioneer Life Howes L479 Sabin 42165 Field 954 Streeter II 993 Indian Captivities - North America Americana French And Indian Wars Revolutionary War - United States Wyoming Massacre
Good. Well toned, tissue repairs to page edge chips with some minor text loss (missing text replaced in nearly all cases - see photos), rebacked spine with new red leather label and Japan tissue hinge repairs, prior owner's calling card attached to front paste-down, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover.
Volume One only, volume Two was issued in 1811 after the success of this volume. Subtitled: Also, An Account of their Manners, Customs, Traditions, Religious Sentiments, Mode of Warfare, Military Tactics, Discipline and Encampments, Treatment of Prisoners, &c, which are better Explained, and more Minutely Related, than has been heretofore done, by any other Author on that subject. Many of the Articles have never before appeared in print. The whole Compiled from the best Authorities. "the most famous book of Indian warfare" - The Thomas Winthrop Streeter Collection of Americana, Volume Two, 993. Wright Howes; edited by William E Hartley III; Wright Howes The Final Edition of USiana: A Descriptive Bibliography; L479. Joseph Sabin; A Dictionary of Books Relating to America; 42165. Thomas W Field; An Essay toward an Indian Bibliography : Being a Catalogue of Books relating to the History, Antiquities, Languages, Customs, Religion, Wars, Literature, and Origin of the American Indians, in the Library of Thomas W Field; 954. Full leather binding with modern spine and original boards. Worn and professionally repaired copy of this collection of Native American Indian captivity accounts, a highspot in any collection of Americana.
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Good. Well toned, tissue repairs to page edge chips with some minor text loss (missing text replaced in nearly all cases - see photos), rebacked spine with new red leather label and Japan tissue hinge repairs, prior owner's calling card attached to front paste-down, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover.
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6.75 x 4.25 x 1.25 in
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