The First Annual Report of the American Society for Promoting the Civilization and General Improvement of the Indian Tribes in the United States: Communicated to the Society, in the City of Washington, with the Documents in the Appendix, at Their Meeting, Feb. 6, 1824
American Society for Promoting the Civilization and General Improvement of the Indian Tribes within the United States, Jedidiah Morse
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