Title: Schoolcraft: The Literary Voyageur or ...
Publisher: [Lansing, MI:] Michigan State University, 1962
Publication Date: 1962
Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included
Edition: 1st Edition
xxvi + 193 p. Henry Rowe Schoolcraft was a famaous 19th Century Indian agent, explorer, writer, and student of Native American life and customs. In this book are published for the first time the contents of "The Literary Voyageur," subtitled "Muzzeniegun," a manuscript magazine produced by Schoolcraft in 1826-27. (Not all issues were located.) The magazine documented Indian legends, languages, superstitutions, history, etc. With reference notes. Red cloth cover, near fine; dust jacket bright but torn, wrinkled, etc. Bookseller Inventory # 2203HS
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