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The Indian tribes of North America : with biographical sketches and anecdotes of the principal chiefs

Autor: Thomas Loraine McKenney; James Hall; Frederick Webb Hodge; David I Bushnell
Editorial: Edinburgh : J. Grant, 1933-34.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Biografía : Inglés (eng) : A new ed.Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Género/Forma: Biography
History
Portraits
Formato físico adicional: Online version:
McKenney, Thomas Loraine, 1785-1859.
Indian tribes of North America.
Edinburgh, J. Grant, 1933-34
(OCoLC)609241254
Tipo de material: Biografía
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Thomas Loraine McKenney; James Hall; Frederick Webb Hodge; David I Bushnell
Número OCLC: 1535976
Notas: "Illustrated with 123 full-page plates in colour (chiefly from the Indian Gallery, formerly in the War Department at Washington), photogravure portraits, and two maps."
Plates accompanied by guard sheets, with descriptive letterpress.
Vol. 2 edited by Frederick Webb Hodge and David I. Bushnell, Jr.; v. 3 with an introduction by H.J. Braunholtz.
First edition, Philadelphia, 1836-44, published under title: History of the Indian tribes of North America.
"An essay on the history of the North American Indians, by James Hall": v. 3, p. 83-345.
Descripción: 3 volumes : portraits (some color), folded maps ; 24 cm
Contenido: v. 1. Introduction by Frederick Webb Hodge ; War dance ; Red Jacket, a Seneca war chief ; Kishkalwa, a Shawnee chief ; Mohongo, an Osage woman ; Shingaba W'Ossin, a Chippewa chief ; Pushmataha, a Choctaw warrior ; Tenskwantawaw or The prophet ; Eshtahumbah, [or] Sleepy Eyes, a Sioux chief ; Waapashaw, a Sioux chief ; Meetakoosega, [or] Pure Tobacco, a Chippeway warrior ; Weshcubb, [or] The Sweet, a Chippeway chief ; Little Crow, a Sioux chief ; Sequoyah, or George Guess, inventor of Cherokee alphabet ; Nawkaw, [or] Wood, a Winnebago chief ; Shaumonekusse, or L'Ietan, an Oto half chief ; Hatne Hudjihini, [or] The Eagle of Delight, wife of Shaumonekusse ; Quatawapea, or Colonel Lewis, a Shawnee chief ; Paytakootha, [or] Flying Clouds, a Shawnee warrior ; Kiontwogky, [or] Cornplanter, a Seneca chief ; Pashepahaw, [or] The Stabber, a Sauk chief ; Caatousee, a Chippeway ; Chippeway squaw and child ; Petelasharro, a Pawnee brave ; Choncape, or Big Kansas, an Oto chief ; Wanata, [or] The Charger, a Sioux chief ; Peahmuska, a Fox chief ; Catahecassa, [or] Black Hoof, a Shawnee chief ; A Chippeway mother and her child ; Okeemakequid, a Chippewa chief ; Waemboeshkaa, a Chippeway chief ; McIntosh, a Creek chief ; Ongpatonga, [or] The Big Elk, an Omaha chief ; Mahaskah, [or] White Cloud, an Iowa chief ; Rantchewaime, [or] Female Flying Pigeon, an Iowa woman ; Young Mahaskah, chief of the Iowas ; Nesouaquoit, [or] The Bear in the Forks of a Tree, a Fox chief ; Moanahonga, [or] Great Walker, an Iowa chief ; Shauhaunapotinia, [or] The Man Who Killed Three Sioux, an Iowa chief ; Tahehee, [or] "Dutch", a Cherokee chief ; Anacamegishca, [or] Foot Prints, a Chippeway ; Wabishkeepenas, [or] The White Pigeon, a Chippeway ; Tshusick, a Chippeway woman ; Major Ridge, a Cherokee chief ; Lappawinsoe, a Delaware chief ; Tishcohan, [or] He Who Never Blackens Himself, a Delaware chief ; Tokacou, [or] He That Inflicts the First Wound, a Yankton Sioux chief ; Moukaushka, [or] The Trembling Earth, a Yankton Sioux chief ; Shahaka, [or] The Big White, a Mandan chief. v. 2. Buffalo hunt --
Halpatter-Micco, or Billy Bowlegs, a Seminole chief ; Opothle-Yoholo, a Creek chief ; Yoholo Micco, a Creek chief ; Mistippee, son of Yoholo Micco ; Paddy Carr, a Creek interpreter ; Timpoochee Barnard, a Yuchi warrior ; Makataimeshekiakiah, or Black Hawk, a Saukie brave ; Kishkekosh, a Fox brave ; Wapella, chief of the Foxes ; Appanoose, a Sauk chief ; Taiomah, a Fox brave ; Notchimine, an Iowa chief ; Keokuk, chief of the Sauks and Foxes ; Neomonni, an Iowa chief ; Keesheswa, a Fox chief ; Tahrohon, an Iowa warrior ; Watchemonne, an Iowa chief ; Tustennuggee Emathla, a Creek chief ; Menawa, a Creek warrior ; Wabaunsee, a Pottawatomie chief ; Chittee-Yoholo, a Seminole chief ; Metea, a Pottawatomie chief ; Thayendanegea, or Brant, the great captain of the Six Nations ; Ahyouwaighs, chief of the Six Nations ; Neamathla, a Seminole chief ; Markomete, a Menominee brave ; Amisquam, a Winnebago brave ; Stumanu, a Flathead boy ; Le Soldat de Chene, an Osage chief ; Powasheek, a Fox chief ; Sharitarish, a Pawnee chief ; Wakaunhaka, a Winnebago chief ; Peskelechaco, a Pawnee chief ; Hoowanneka, a Winnebago chief ; Wakawn, a Winnebago chief ; Katawabeda, a Chippeway chief ; Foke Luste Hajo, a Seminole chief ; John Ridge, a Cherokee interpreter ; The Chippeway widow ; Micanopy, a Seminole chief ; Selocta, a Creek chief ; Kaipolequa, [or] White-Nosed Fox, a Sauk brave ; Osceola (Asseola), a Seminole leader ; Yaha-Hajo, a Seminole war chief ; Tooan Tuh (Dústú), [or] Spring Frog, a Cherokee chief ; Tshizunhaukau, a Winnebago warrior ; Wakechai, a Sauk chief ; Kanapima, an Ottawa chief ; Red Bird, a Winnebago warrior. v. 3. List of portraits ; The genuineness of the portrait of Pocahontas ; Introductory note / by H.J. Braunholtz ; History of the Indian tribes of North America ; The North American Indians / by James Hall. ; Maps. The localities of the Indian tribes of the United States in 1833 ; The United States showing Indian Reservations, 1906.
Otros títulos: History of the Indian tribes of North America.
Responsabilidad: Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall.

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