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Last Rambles Amongst The Indians Of The Rocky Mountains And The Andes; Selected Americana From Sabin's Dictionary Of Books Relating To America ; Fiches 40,997-41,001; Western Americana, Frontier History Of The Trans-Mississippi West, 1550-1900; 19th Century American Literature And History; Early Encounters In North America; Nineteenth Century American Literature On Microcards; Issue 484 Of Travels In The West And Southwest; American Autobiographies
D. Appleton and Company, 1868
Social Science; Ethnic Studies; Native American Studies; Andes; British Columbia; History / Native American; Indians; Indians of North America; Indians of South America; Rocky Mountains; Social Science / Ethnic Studies / Native American Studies; South America; United States
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First published in 1868, this is the second of two children's books recounting the experiences of the painter George Catlin (1796-1872) among the native populations of North and South America. Written in an anecdotal style, the book explores indigenous history and folklore as well as outlining Catlin's ethnographical theories.About the Author:
George Catlin (1796-1872) was the first, and perhaps the most famous, painter of Native Americans.
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