Early works to 1800
Long, J. (John), Indian trader.
John Long's voyages and travels.
Chicago : The Lakeside Press ; R.R. Donnelly & Sons Co., 1922
J Long, Indian trader.; Milo Milton Quaife
|注意：||Includes reduced facsimile of t.p. of original London edition of 1791, with title: Voyages and travels of an Indian interpreter and trader, describing the manners and customs of the North American Indians with an account of the posts situated on the river Saint Laurence, Lake Ontario, & c, to which is added, a vocabulary of the Chippeway language, names of furs and skins, in English and French, a list of words in the Iroquois, Mohegan, Shawanee, and Esquemeaux tongues, and a table, shewing the analogy between the Algonkin and Chippeway languages / by J. Long. London : printed for the author, 1791.
|描述：||xxx, 238 pages : 1 folded map ; 18 cm.|
|内容：||Historical introduction --
Preface to original edition --
Removal to America --
The village of Caughnawaga --
Concerning the Iroquois or Five Nations Indians --
Scalping and Indian warfare --
The Connecedaga or Rondaxe Indians --
From Montreal to Mackinac --
Removal to Lake Superior and adoption by the Chippewas --
The winter at Lac la Mort ; Encounter with the natives --
Further proceedings at Lac la Mort --
Return to Lake Superior --
Second winter among the Nipigon Indians --
Famine and cannibalism: observations upon the Hudson's Bay Company --
Indian customs and beliefs: return to Mackinac --
An escapade at Mackinac, and expedition to Prairie du Chien --
Expedition to the Saguenay Country --
Further vicissitudes of the author.
|叢書名：||Lakeside classics, v. 20.|
|責任：||edited with historical introduction and notes by Milo Milton Quaife.|