The American Antiquarian. A Quarterly Journal Devoted to Early American History, Ethnolog and Archaeology. ONE VOLUME IN FOUR PARTS. AMERICAN INDIANS / ARCHAEOLOGY, Rev. Stephen D. Peet.

The American Antiquarian. A Quarterly Journal Devoted to Early American History, Ethnolog and Archaeology. ONE VOLUME IN FOUR PARTS.

Chicago. Jameson & Morse. 1879-1880.
FOUR ISSUES, Volume II numbers 1 to 4. Black and white maps and illustrations, 332pp, 9 1/4 x 6 inches, paper wrappers as issued (softbound). Light soiling to covers, tears to heads of two spines including 1/2 chip to head of one spine, interior in very good condition. Set of Volume II. No. 1, 2, 3, 4. Articles include: The National Museum of Mexico and the Sacrificial Stones, Alaska and Its Inhabitants, The Delaware Indians in Ohio, The Theogony of the Sioux, The Mound Builders (Illinois) with single page map, The Sign Language of the Indians of the Upper Missouri, in 1832, The Numeral Adjective in the Klamath Language of Southern Oregon etc. Item #41443

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