Traditions of De-Coo-Dah

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First published in 1852, Traditions of DE-COO-DAH is the only remembered work of American writer WILLIAM PIDGEON (1818-c.1870). Today, it is considered an amusing and telling example of the flaws and prejudices found in white researchers of the era, and has been called "a crazy masterpiece of pseudoscience." Pidgeon suggests that the various burial mounds found throughout North and South America are the work of an unknown civilization that lived in those areas prior to the American Indians. American Indian tribes could not ...

Traditions of de-Coo-Dah 2007, Cosimo Classics

ISBN-13: 9781602068421

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Traditions of De-Coo-Dah 2005, Hayriver Press

ISBN-13: 9780970398581

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