Some Account Of The Conduct Of The Religious Society of Friends Towards The Indian Tribes in the Settlement of the Colonies of East and West Jersey and Pennsylvania: With A Brief Narrative Of Their labours For The Civilization And Christian Instruction Of The Indians, From The Time Of Their Settlement In America, To The Year 1843. Published by the Aborigines' Committee of the Meeting for Sufferings
London: Edward Marsh, 1844. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo; pp; (iv), x, (ii) 12-247; frontispiece color map of Aboriginal America East of the Mississippi; the larger folding map is lacking; rebound in library brown buckram with a gilt lettered spine; Sabin, 86572. A clean bright rebound copy, lacking the second map else very good. Item #17608
Colonial American Indian Relations, Diplomacy, History.
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