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).