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James Bradley Finley, Life among the Indians; or, Personal reminiscences and historical incidents illustrative of Indian Life and character.
Gabriel Furman, Antiquities of Long Island. To which is added a bibliography by Henry Onderdonk, Jr.
James Greenwood, Curiosities of savage life.
Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, Ten years’ work for Indians at the Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute at Hampton, Virginia.
Adam Hodgson, Remarks during a journey through North America in the years 1819, 1820, and 1821, in a series of letters; with an appendix, containing an account of several of the Indian tribes, and the principal missionary stations, etc. Also a letter to M. Jean Baptiste Say, on the comparative expense of free and slave labor.
Thomas Jefferys, The natural and civil history of the French dominions in North and South America. Giving a particular account of the climate, soil, minerals, animals, vegetables, manufactures, trade, commerce and language, together with the religion, government, genius, character, manners and customs of the Indians and other inhabitants. Illustrated by maps and plans of the principal places.
Peter Williamson, The Life and curious adventures of Peter Williamson who was carried off from Aberdeen, and sold for a slave. Containing the history of the author’s surprising adventures in North America. His captivity among the Indians, and the manner of his escape. The customs, dress, etc. of the savages. Military operations in that quarter. A description of the British settlements, etc. With an account of the proceedings of the magistrates of Aberdeen against him on his return to Scotland; a brief history of his process against them before the Court of Session; and a short dissertation on kidnapping. To which is prefixed an essay on the illegality of kidnapping and the slave trade.
Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, in response to Senate resolution of February 28, 1891, forwarding report made by the Hampton Institute, regarding its returned Indian students.
Almon Wheeler Lauber, Indian slavery in colonial times within the present limits of the United States.
Woodbury Lowery, The Spanish settlements within the present limits of the United States, 1513-1561.
Alvar Nunez Cabeza De Vaca, The journey of Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca and his companions from Florida to the Pacific, 1528-1536; translated from his own narrative by Fanny Bandelier, together with the report of Father Marcos of Nizza and a letter from the viceroy Mendoza.
John Reed Swanton, The Indian tribes of North America.
U.S. Bureau of American Ethnology, Anthropological papers