Fine. No DJ as issued. "Aboriginal American Authors, " published by the Anthropologist Daniel G. Brinton in 1883, is a work that is particularly appropriate for our own times. The native American movement has stressed the need for history written from the Indian point of view. Interest in native American literature has become an important component in reinforcing a sense of identity among American Indians today. Brinton's work is a good summary of the better known traditional writings of Indians from many regions of the Western hemisphere. This bibliographical survey provides information on tribal histories that would be particularly useful for Indian Study Programs in the states of Oklahoma, New York and Wisconsin. Reprint of 1883 edition with a new introduction by anthropologist John Hobgood. Limited to 500 copies.
Good. Octavo. 22cm. Paper Covered Boards Hardcover. 1883. Ex-Library with the usual treatments. 63pp + (4) ads. Bound in gray paper on the boards with black lettering. Surfaces soiled, with chipping at the extremties. Hinges and textblock are sturdy. Â The pages are clean and intact. Offered by the Antiquarian, Rare, and Collectible department of Better World Books. Your purchase benefits global literacy programs. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
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