2 edition of Romance of Indian history, or, Thrilling incidents in the early settlement of America found in the catalog.
Romance of Indian history, or, Thrilling incidents in the early settlement of America
|Other titles||Thrilling incidents in the early settlement of America|
|Series||Redfield"s toy books. 4th ser -- no. 12, Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 72980|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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This man, in early Author: J. Chapman. Romance of Indian History, or, Thrilling incidents in the early settlement of America by Chapman, J. (John Gadsby), Pages: Get this from a library. Romance of Indian History, or, Thrilling incidents in the early settlement of America.
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New York: Kiggins & Kellogg, Publishers, no. & William Street, between John & Fulton, [ca. Romance of Indian history (OCoLC) Romance Of Indian History; Or,Thrilling Tales In The Early Settlement of America. Wraps Nd New York. by Chap Book. New York: Higgins & Kellogg, Nd.
Wraps. Orig. illustrated wrappers. Very good. 24 pages. 15 x 10 cm. Fourth Series, No. Illustrated with wood engravings. First chapter on the Mohawk Chief Kiodago And His Christian Wife.
The romance of Indian history, Thrilling incidents in the early settlement of America book, Thrilling incidents in the early settlement of America. By ill. (John Gadsby) Chapman and publisher. Kiggins & Kellogg.
Abstract. The book deals with the controversial history of early migrations to the Indian Subcontinent. His revelations based on our genetically traced past, ruffles not just the so-called protectors of a monolithic Indian culture, but also all forms of xenophobic theories /5().
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