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    Samuel G. Drake; et al. Group of Six Books Related to Southeastern Native Americans. Various places: Various publishers, 1835-1957. Samuel G. Drake. Biography and History of the Indians of North America. Boston: J. Drake. 1835. Fourth edition. Octavo. Five volumes in one, individually paginated. Full calf with black and red gilt-stamped spine labels. Corners bumped and rubbed with boards showing, heavy edgewear, chipping to head and foot of spine with losses, rubbed and worn, joints just starting. Endpapers foxed and soiled, pencil notation to front free endpapers. Dampstaining, foxing, page 85-86 with 2 x 2-inch open tear affecting text, Plate eight (Book III, page 13) with 3.5 x 4-inch open tear affecting image, moderate edgewear with some chipping. Fair.

    [Together with]: Samuel G. Drake. Indian Captivities. Boston: Antiquarian Bookstore and Institute, 1839. First edition. 12mo. 360 pages. Decorated teal cloth stamped in blind and gilt. Corners bumped and rubbed, moderate edgewear, rebacked with portion of original spine laid down, spine sunned. Endpapers refreshed. Text block foxed, toned in margins. Good or better.

    [And]: James Mooney. The Siouan Tribes of the East. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1894. First edition. Signed and inscribed by the author to the front free endpaper recto, "With the regards of / James Mooney / July 6-95." Octavo. 100, [1, addenda] pages. Publisher's olive cloth with gilt-stamped spine. Corners just bumped, minor edgewear, head and foot of spine pushed and somewhat worn, minor soiling. Endpapers toned. Internally generally clean; small ink notation to title page, text block toned. Very good.

    [And]: Charles H. Coe. Red Patriots. The Story of the Seminoles. Cincinnati: Editor Publishing Co., 1898. Octavo. 290 pages. Publisher's pictorial teal cloth stamped in gilt and black. Corners bumped, moderate edgewear, head and foot of spine pushed and worn, rubbed. Lacking rear free endpapers. Internally generally clean; some gutters overextended, ink ownership to frontispiece recto, text block toned in margins, minor soiling. Very good.

    [And]: Soldiers of Florida in the Seminole Indian-Civil and Spanish-American Wars. Florida: Board of State Institutions, 1903. Octavo. 368 pages. Quarter-calf over marbled boards with red, gilt-stamped spine label. Corners bumped and rubbed, heavy edgewear, chipping to spine, rubbed and worn. Endpapers foxed, bookplate to rear pastedown, rear hinge starting. Text block toned in margins and somewhat foxed. Good or better.

    [And]: Horace Ridaught. Hell's Branch Office. No place: no publishers, 1957. Octavo. 240 pages. Pictorial brown cloth stamped in gilt. Minor edgewear. Internally clean; minor thumbsoiling, minor text block edgewear. Near fine.

    Howes D476, D477; Sabin 20874. From the A. D. Andrews Collection of Southern and Natural History

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