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Caswell Parker, Arthur
Parker, A. C
Parker, Arthur C.
Parker, Arthur Caswell
Fenton, William N. (1908-2005)
Fenton, William Nelson (1908-2005)
Handsome Lake, 1735 (1815)
Hirao, Keigo (1933-)
Moorehead, Warren King (1866-1939)
Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation
Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences
Skinner, Alanson (1886-1925)
Williams, Edward Higginson (1849-1933)
平尾, 圭吾 (1933-)
1834. Centennial almanac. 1934.
Algonkian occupation of New York., The
American Indian freemasonry.
amerika indian hau bukku
Amerika indian how bukku
analytical history of the seneca indians, an
archaeological history of new york, the
archeological history of New York, The
code of handsome lake, the seneca prophet, the
constitution of the five nations, the
contact period Seneca site situated at Factory Hollow, A
Excavations in an Erie Indian village, 1908.
Excavations in an Erie indian village and burial site at Ripley, Chautauqua co., NY
great Algonkin flint mines at Coxsackie, The
history of the seneca indians, the
Indian children of the eastern woodlands
Indian episodes of New York state; a drama-story of the empire state
indian how book, the
Iroquois uses of maize and other food plants. 1883 ed. A.C. Parker.
life of General Ely S. Parker, last grand sachem of the Iroquois and General Grant's military secretary, The
manual for history museums, A
Museum regulations; being a brief guide to the history and regulations of our museum
Myths and legends of the New York State Iroquois
new york history: sources and range of cooper's indian lore
New York Indian complex and how to solve it., The
Notes on the banner stone, with some inquiries as to its purpose
Parker on the Iroquois.
Red Jacket, last of the Seneca.
Red Jacket, Seneca chief
Red Streak of the Iroquois
report of the Susquehanna River Expedition sponsored in 1916 by the Museum of the American Indian, Heye foundation, A
Rumbling Wings and other Indian tales
Secrets of the temple: 1. The lost word. 2. The ineffable name. 3. The ark of the covenant
Seneca myths and folk tales. -
Skunny Wundy and other Indian tales
Skunny Wundy : Seneca Indian tales
Stone ornaments used by Indians in the United States and Canada; being a description of certain charm stones, gorgets, tubes, bird stones and problematical forms
The code of Handsome Lake, the Seneca prophet, ...