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Category: All Categories: American Indians: Indian Relations and Treaties
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1.
Boyd, Julian Parks, 1903-1980  
Dr. Franklin: Friend of the Indians

Publisher: Philadelphia, Franklin Institute, 1942.
p.311-330, 24 cm. Offprint from the Journal of the Franklin Institute, vol.234, No. 4, October, 1942. Stock# 37,019. Good/ offprint in covers.

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2.
Jackson, Helen Hunt (H. H. )  
Century of Dishonor, a : A Sketch of the United States Government's Dealings with Some of the Indian Tribes

Publisher: Barnes & Noble Books; N. Y. : 1994.
Very Good+ in Near Fine dust jacket Sixth Printing Hardcover 514 pages; 8vo (8.25") 21 cm; Brown boards, [xii] + 514 pages, 15 lengthy appendixes. ; History of the Trail of Tears and other atrocities committed by US government officials on Native Americans. Preface by Henry Benjamin Whipple, Episcopal Bishop of Minnesota. Introduction by the Rev. Julius Hawley Seelye, President of Amherst College. Originally published 1881, under the pseudonym H. H. ; This is a facsimile reprint edition 1994, 6th printing. Isbn 156619167X. ; Only a touch of shelfwear. Name penned on front endpaper, hidden under jacket flap.

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3.
LeDuc, William G.  
Treaty of Traverse des Sioux, July 23, 1851 : Republished 1924

Publisher: St. Peter Herald; St. Peter, Minn: 1924.
Very Good- Softcover 36 pages; 8vo (8.25") 21 cm; Stiff gray covers. Describes in detail negotiation and s*gning of treaty, with chapter on erection of monument in 1914. ; Commemorates historical treaty of Traverse des Sioux (named for largest trading post in Northwest) s*gned by Captain Richard Somers, accompanied by commissioner of Indian affairs Colonel Luke Lea. Treaty granted 30 million acres west of Mississippi River in return for $250, 000 in annual payments to Sisseton, Wahpeton, and Dakota (Sioux) tribes. This edition republished by Essler & Quane, proprietors of St. Peter Herald, 1924. ; Almost no wear. Exterior sunned. Pages browned from age but not brittle. Binding of two staples intact. Scarce.

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4.
McClelland, Robert and Others  
Communications from The Secretary of the Interior and The Commissioner of Indian Affairs to the Chairman of the Committee on Indian Affairs of the Senate. [Executive Document No. 34, 33d Congress, 1st Session]

Publisher: U.S. Department of the Interior Washington D.C. 1854.
A series of letters, primarily from Geo. W. Manypenny and Isaac L. Stevens, regarding territorial Indians (including Oregon, Washington, and New Mexico territories). The first letter from Manypenny (Feb 6, 1954) sets the tone: "Sir: I have the honor to state that, in my opinion, an enlightened forecast indicates that the present is a favorable time to institute and establish definite relations of amity with the wild tribes of Indians located within the territory of the United States, and with which such definite relations do not now exist. With many of the tribes in Oregon and Washington Territories, it appears to be absolutely necessary to speedily conclude treaties for the extinguishment of their claim to the lands now or recently occupied by them."…and so forth. The letters state types of trade goods and monetary value estimated to be necessary, and one letter suggests site for "relocation" with caveats on one that it had not yet been adequately explored for possible valuable mineral resources. Evidence suggests that this report was removed from a larger compilation, with sewing holes at the spine edge. Otherwise clean and complete. 4997 AM IND STUDIES First Edition Good (disbound) 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Indian Studies

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5.
McGregor, James H.  
Wounded Knee Massacre, the : From the Viewpoint of the Sioux

Publisher: Fenwyn Press; Rapid City, S. D. : 1972.
Very Good+ Seventh Edition Softcover 131 pages; 8vo (8.5") 23 cm; Red softcover, 131 pages, 17 b/w photos and illustrations. Several chapters include word-for-word testimony of survivors as recorded in the 1930s. ; Written by James H. McGregor, superintendent, US Indian School, retired. Copyright 1940. This is 7th edition (stated0 1972. ; Light edgewear. Rear cover rubbed. Oldprice in ballpoint on title page. No other marks. Binding tight and square.

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6.
Merrell, James H. (Hart), b. 1953.  
The Indians' New World. Catawbas and Their Neighbors from European Contact through the Era of Removal.

Publisher: Norton [c1989].
'In order to restore natives to their proper place in our historical consciousness, it might help to consider certain instructive similarities in the lives of all peoples occupying eastern North America during the colonial era. Exploring the Indians' new world is one way to begin that task.' xv, 381 p., index, 17 text figures (mostly facsimiles & maps), 21 cm.; VG+. 31259.

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7.
Peckham, Howard H.  
Life in Detroit under Pontiac's Siege : Lewis Cass Lecture Series, Number 16, 1964

Publisher: Wayne State University Press; Detroit: 1964.
Very Good+ Softcover 24 pages; 12mo (7.75") 20 cm; Stiff gray-green covers, [ix] + 24 pages, laid paper throughout. ; Lecture delivered 1963. Published for Detroit Historical Society by Wayne State University Press, 1964. Edited by Elvin T. Gidley. Foreword by Roscoe O. Bonisteel. Lectureship chair C. E. Frazer Clark. ; Covers, which extend beyond textblock, show minor edgewear. No other flaws. Quite scarce. ; Lewis Cass Lecture Series; Vol. 16

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8.
Thomas, C. A. (Cornelius Arnold), D.D., 1800-1889  
A Sermon Delivered Before The General Assembly Of The State Of Vermont, October 15, 1858. By C.A. Thomas, D.D. Of Brandon, Vt.
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Publisher: Montpelier: E. P. Walton, Printer. 1858.
15 p. After general sermonizing on moral fiber, Thomas turns (p. 12) to the Indians: "The aborigines of this country are not only neglected, but much abused" (four paragraphs) and (p. 13) "But while the condition of the Indian race may be a reproach to us as a nation, the condition of the African race must be regarded as a still greater reproach. American slavery, I am free to say, does violence to the spirit of the age, is opposed to our natural sense of justice, and contravenes some of the plainest precepts of Christianity." NUC 590:549 (NT0164291). Stock#OB056. VG in printed wrappers.

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