283pp., index, bibliography, 10 colour plates by way of George Catlin and eleven sketches by means of American Indian artists, one map. Illustrations comprise undergo claw necklace, Indian deerskin costume, Indian headdress, relationship scenes, buffalo hunt, maiden's ball video game, and so on. Contents through numerous natiave American individuals comprise An assault on a Flatboat by means of Peter Clarke - Wyandott; Boyhood education for the Warpath via Chiyesa - Sioux; The Peyote Cult via John Rave - Winnebago; Curing a Wounded Warriot through leader Plenty-Coups - Crow and masses else of tolerating curiosity.
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