The North-Americans of Yesterday, A Comparative Study of North-American Indian Life, Customs, and Products, on the Theory of the Ethnic Unity of the Race. Frederick S. Dellenbaugh.

The North-Americans of Yesterday, A Comparative Study of North-American Indian Life, Customs, and Products, on the Theory of the Ethnic Unity of the Race

New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1906.

Hardcover. Good. Early reprint (first published 1901). xxvi, 487 pp, indexed, extensively illustrated, with hundreds of photographs of artifacts. Original pictorial cloth boards, bumped and frayed at the corners. Binding sound. Previous owner's notes on front free endpaper, small amount of underlining on about 25 pp. Includes chapters on languages and dialects, picture writing, basketry and pottery, textiles, sculpture, architecture, weapons, mining and metallurgy, music, agriculture, customs and ceremonies, mythology, organization and government.

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Price: $40.00

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