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  • The Indian races of North and South America. Comprising an account of the principal aboriginal races; a description of their national customs, mythology, and religious ceremonies, the history of their most powerful tribes, and of their most celebrated chiefs and warriors; their intercourse and wars with the European settlers; and a great variety of anecdote and description, illustrative of personal and national character. Including the late Sioux war and Indian massacres in Minnesota.
    By Charles De Wolf Brownell. Hartford, CT. Published in 1864.

  • Condition of the Indian tribes. Report of the joint special committee, appointed under joint resolution of March 3, 1865.

  • Indian and White In the History of the Northwest. Free online edition of this book published in 1922.

  • Narrative of the Journey of Col. Thomas Proctor, to the Indians of the North-West, 1791

  • History of the Indian tribes of Hudson's River: their origin, manners and customs, tribal and sub-tribal organizations, wars, treaties, etc., etc. Free online edition of this book by Edward Manning Ruttenber published in 1872.

  • Researching Your Aboriginal Ancestry at Library and Archives Canada : pdf version of a 36 page booklet published by Library and Archives Canada.

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    Cherokee

  • Articles published in the Cherokee Phoenix Newspaper, published by the Cherokee Nation. Volumes 1 and 2 (February 21, 1828 to April 14, 1830) are now online. Articles of a general nature or reprinted from other periodicals but having no direct relation to Cherokee or regional history are not included.


    Chinook

  • Chinook Texts by Franz Boas, U.S. Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin no. 20, 1894. The Chinook tribes inhabited the salmon-rich lower Columbia river area in the Northwest culture region, in what is now upper Oregon and lower Washington state. These unfiltered stories, translated by Franz Boas, one of the founders of modern Anthropology, reflect a rich storytelling tradition.


    Chippewa

  • History of the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Michigan. A grammar of their language, and personal and family history of the author. Free online editon of this book by Andrew J. Blackbird (Mack-aw-de-be-nessy) published in 1887.


    Cree

  • A grammar of the Cree language: With which is combined an analysis of the Chippeway [sic] dialect.. Digitized edition of this book by Joseph Howse published in 1844.

  • A grammar of the Cree language, as spoken by the Cree Indians of North America. Digitized edition of this book by John Horden published in London in 1881.

  • A lecture on the grammatical construction of the Cree language. Also, paradigms of the Cree verb, with its various conjugations, moods, tenses, inflections. By James Hunter. Published by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, London, 1875.

  • Petit manuel pour apprendre à lire la langue crise: Small manual to learn the reading in the Cree language. In Roman characters. Contains a vocabulary in French, English, and Cree in parallel columns. By Albert Lacombe. Published by C.O. Beauchemin & fils, Montreal, 1886.


    Creek

  • The Creek War of 1813 and 1814, by H. S. Halbert & T. H. Ball, published in 1895.

  • Memoirs or A Quick Glance at my various Travels and my Sojourn in the Creek Nation, by Louis LeClerc Milfort, Tastanegy or Great War Chief of the Creek Nation, and Brigadier-General in the Service of the French Republic. Written about 1802 and dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte


    Illinois

  • The last of the Illinois, and a sketch of the Pottawatomies. Free online editon of this book by John Dean Caton published in 1870.


    Malecite

  • An account of the customs and manners of the Micmakis and Maricheets savage nations, now dependent on the government of Cape- Breton : from an original French manuscript-letter, never published, written by a French abbot, who resided many years, in quality of missionary, among them : to which are annexed, several pieces, relative to the Savages, to Nova-Scotia, and to North-America in general. Free online edition of this book published in 1758


    Micmac

  • An account of the customs and manners of the Micmakis and Maricheets savage nations, now dependent on the government of Cape- Breton : from an original French manuscript-letter, never published, written by a French abbot, who resided many years, in quality of missionary, among them : to which are annexed, several pieces, relative to the Savages, to Nova-Scotia, and to North-America in general. Free online edition of this book published in 1758

  • A List of Micmac Names of Places, Rivers, Etc., in Nova Scotia. Digitized edition of this book by Elizabeth Frame published in 1892.


    Ojibwa

  • History of the Ojebway Indians : with especial reference to their conversion to Christianity, by Peter Jones, published in 1861.


    Ottawa

  • History of the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Michigan. A grammar of their language, and personal and family history of the author. Free online editon of this book by Andrew J. Blackbird (Mack-aw-de-be-nessy) published in 1887.


    Potawatomi

  • The last of the Illinois, and a sketch of the Pottawatomies. Free online editon of this book by John Dean Caton published in 1870.


    Saulteaux

  • Chief Peguis and his descendants. The story of the famous Chief Peguis and a band of Saulteaux who came from Sault Ste. Marie to the Red River country in the 1790s.


    Wampanoag

  • Indian History, Biography and Genealogy Pertaining to the Good Sachem Massasoit of the Wampanoag Tribe and his Descendants. By Ebenezer W. Peirce. Published in North Abington, Mass. by Zerviah Gould Mitchell in 1878





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