7 edition of Our Indian wards. found in the catalog.
Reprint of the 1880 ed.
|Statement||New foreword by Henry E. Fritz.|
|LC Classifications||E93 .M29 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxviii, 436, 7 p.|
|Number of Pages||436|
|LC Control Number||68054844|
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Of this work the author has been moved by a sincere desire to render service in the amelioration of the condition of our Indian population, now numbering about two hundred and seventy-five thousand by: 7. Our Indian wards by George Washington Manypenny,Robert Clarke & Co.
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Cincinnati. 26,pp. Original cloth. Head and toe of spine chipped, hinges tender, cloth bit discolored. Internally very good. Item #WRCAM Manypenny was the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and Chairman of the Sioux Commission, and although the early chapters of this work are devoted to congress with the Indians in the Northeast, the majority of the work is a history of Indian.
George Washington Manypenny () was the Director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs of the United States from to Manypenny was born in Uniontown, moved to Ohio in where he worked in the newspaper business and served as clerk of the circuit court based in Zanesville, Ohio.
His appointment as Indian Commissioner came during the administration of Franklin. Title:: Our Indian Wards: Author:: Manypenny, George Washington, Note: Cincinnati: R.
Clarke and Co., Link: multiple formats at OUR INDIAN WARDS. Manypenny, George W. Cincinnati, OH: Robert Clarke & Co., First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo (8vo). Very good condition. Item # xxvi, pages of text. Hardcover binding with minor fraying to the spine extremities and minor shelfwear; protected in archival mylar.
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From Our Indian Wards By George J. Maypenny Cincinnati: Robert Clarke & Co., in his book, refers to the pleasure of hunting as only an expert could.
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OUR BONES ARE SCATTERED The Cawnpore Massacres and the Indian Mutiny of By Andrew Ward. Illustrated. pp. New York: A John Macrae Book.