Indian Sketches Taken During An Expedition To The Pawnee Tribes. John T. Irving.
Indian Sketches Taken During An Expedition To The Pawnee Tribes.
Indian Sketches Taken During An Expedition To The Pawnee Tribes.

Indian Sketches Taken During An Expedition To The Pawnee Tribes.

Philadelphia: Carey, Lea and Blanchard, 1835. First Edition. Original Cloth. 8vo., 2 Volumes. Very Good.

2 volumes. 272, 296pp. Light shelf wear, some foxing, mostly to endpapers and prelims. A very good copy. USianaI-79. Wagner-Camp #55; Wagner-Camp-Becker #55:1. "In 1833 John Irving and his uncle Washington Irving accompanied a government party under the charge of Commissioner Henry L. Ellsworth to the Otoe and Pawnee villages. There they witnessed the signing of a peace treaty and one of the last occurrences of the Pawnee's "Morning Star Sacrifice". " (WCB).

Price: $500.00

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