Algic researches
Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
An edition of Algic researches (1839)

Algic researches

comprising inquiries respecting the mental characteristics of the North American Indians. First series. Indian tales and legends.

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An edition of Algic researches (1839)

Algic researches

comprising inquiries respecting the mental characteristics of the North American Indians. First series. Indian tales and legends.

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Language
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New-York

Edition Notes

No more published.

"The term Algic is "derived from the words Alleghany and Atlantic, in reference to the race of Indians anciently located in this geographical area."--v. 1, p. 12.

A later edition (Philadelphia, 1856), with some additions and omissions, was published under the title: The myth of Hiawatha.

Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich., University Microfilms n.d.

Series
American culture series -- 160.8.
Genre
Folklore.

The Physical Object

Pagination
2 v.

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL17492450M
OCLC/WorldCat
6836253

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