Indians of the Woodlands: From Prehistoric Times to 1725
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
xv+295 pages with maps, illustrations, bibliography and index. Royal octavo (9 1/4" x 6 1/2") issued in dark blue with gilt lettering to spine and vignette to front cover. Civilization of American Indian series volume 64. 1st edition.
A companion volume to Hyde's Indians of the High Plains: From the Prehistoric Period to the Coming of Europeans, this book deals with the Mound Builders and later Indians of the woodlands between the Hudson and the Mississippi rivers. From the archaeological evidence, Indian migration legends, and account of the early European explorers - some of whom were acquainted with these Indians as early as 1500 - the author has reconstructed the details of the daily lives of these people as well as their movements and migrations. There emerges a rich and colorful account of a much-neglected phase of Indian history.
Lite pencil marginalia through out, page ends foxed, jacket corners and spine ends rubbed else a very good copy in a better than very good jacket.
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