The Romantic Indian: The Christian Indian (reprint of the 1825 ed. published by Collins and Hannay, New York). Ingraham, J.H. Scarlet Feather (reprint of the 1845 ed. published by F. Gleason, Boston)
Representative selection of literary works illustrating the influence of Chateaubriand's & Rousseau's ideas in the early American writers' treatment of "the noble savage."
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