|Statement||by Joseph François Lafitau ; edited and translated by William N. Fenton and Elizabeth L. Moore.|
|Series||The Publications of the Champlain Society ; 48-49, Publications of the Champlain Society ;, 48-49.|
|LC Classifications||E58 .L1613|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||76357744|
Customs of the American Indians Compared with the Customs of Primitive Times, 2 Volumes Hardcover – by Joseph Francois Lafitau,William N Fenton Elizabeth L. Moore (Author), Champlain Society Author: Father Joseph Francois Lafitau. Customs of the American Indians compared with the customs of primitive times, Volume 1 Publications ; Publications of the Champlain Society Customs of the American Indians Compared with the Customs of Primitive Times. Francis Jennings; Customs of the American Indians Compared with the Customs of Primitive Times. By Joseph Francois Lafitau. Trans, and ed. by William N. FentonCited by: Support Native artists and businesses by buying Native. Buy art, jewelry, clothing, and other items made by Native people and communities. Do not buy “Native” items that are not made my Native Americans and that are just taking advantage of Native culture .
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