History of The New York State Iroquois Now Commonly Called the Six Nations New York State Museum Bulletin 78, Archeology 9

By: William M. Beauchamp

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Original 1905 Classic Green N.Y. State Museum Hardcover Binding 126-461 pp., [7] pp. 8vo. Includes Color Fold Out Map of First Nation Iroquois and Algonquin speaking people in pocket.Numerous Illustrations NOT a library copy NO writing. Some discoloration spots and one small ripple on boards and light shelf wear and rubs else Very Good.Raised bands and spine titling bright. Here the most sophisticated and centuries old fair minded political system in the Americas and its symbolic and metaphorical Longhouse system of fifty Council chiefs and Clan mothers is explored along with its wars and long history.Three Geese in Flight offering Books from the Land to the West since 1977 First Edition.

Title: History of The New York State Iroquois Now Commonly Called the Six Nations New York State Museum Bulletin 78, Archeology 9

Author Name: William M. Beauchamp

Categories: American Revolution / French & Indian War, Dutch and Colonial New York / New England / Virginia / French Quebec, Iroquois Longhouse Mohawk / Oneida / Onondaga / Cayuga / Tuscarora / Seneca and Cherokee, North American Folklore and Supernatural,

Edition: First American Edition

Publisher: Albany, University of the State of New York: 1905

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 11082

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