A View of the American Indians: Their General Character, Customs, Language, Public Festivals, Religious Rites, and Traditions : Shewing Them to be the Descendants of the Ten Tribes of Israel : the Language of Prophecy Concerning Them, and the Course by which They Travelled from Media Into America
author, and sold, 1828 - 185 pages
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