Discourse on the surviving remnant of the Indian race in the United States. by Job R. Tyson

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  • Indians, Treatment of -- United States. [from old catalog],
  • Cherokee Indians. [from old catalog]

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LC ClassificationsE93 .T99
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Pagination38 p.
Number of Pages38
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LC Control Number02015541

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