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Indigenous Peoples: Hartford Imprints

Books on the topic, published in Hartford, Connecticut

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An Essay on the Life of the Honorable Major-General Israel Putnam: Addressed to the State Society of the Cincinnati in Connecticut.

By: Humphreys, David, 1752-1818.

Call Number: HI 1788 HUMPHREYS

Publication Date: 1788


A History of the Copper Mines and Newgate Prison, at Granby, Conn: Also, of the Captivity of Daniel Hayes, of Granby, by the Indians, in 1707.

By: Phelps, Noah Amherst.

Call Number: HI 1845 PHELPS

Publication Date : 1845


Illustrated Historical Sketches of the Indians: Exhibiting Their Manners and Customs on the Battle Field and in the Wigwam. With Numerous Anecdotes and Speeches, From the Best Authorities.

By: Frost, John

Call Number: HI 1851 FROST

Publication Date: 1851


The History of the Great Indian War of 1675 and 1676, Commonly Called Philip’s War: Also, the Old French and Indian Wars, from 1689 to 1704.

By: Church, Benjamin.

Call Number: HI 1852 Church

Publication Date: 1852


The Indian Races of North and South America: Comprising an Account of the Principal Aboriginal Races ...

By: Brownell, Charles De Wolf

Call Number: HI 1856 BROWNELL

Publication Date: 1856


Our New West; Records of Travel Between the Mississippi River and the Pacific Ocean: Over the Plains-Over the Mountains-Through the Great Interior Basin-Over the Sierra Nevadas-to and Up and Down the Pacific Coast, with Details of the Wonderful Natural Scenery, Agriculture, Mines, Business, Social Life, Progress and Prospects of Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia; Including a Full Description of the Pacific Railroad; and of the Life of the Mormons, Indians, and Chinese.

By: Bowles, Samuel, 1826-1878.

Call Number: HI 1869 BOWLES

Publication Date: 1869


Kit Carson's Life and Adventures, From Facts Narrated by Himself, Embracing Events in the Life-Time of America's Greatest Hunter, Trapper, Scout and Guide, Including Vivid Accounts of the Every Day Life, Inner Character, and Peculiar Customs of all Indian Tribes of the Far West ... Also, an Accurate Description of the Country... Together with a Full and Complete History of the Modoc Indians and the Modoc war.

By: Peters, De Witt C.

Call Number: HI 1874 PETERS

Publication Date: 1873


Unwritten History: Life Amongst the Modocs.

By: Miller, Joaquin

Call Number: HI 1874 MILLER

Publication Date: 1874


Our Wild Indians; Thirty-Three Years' Personal Experience Among the Red Men of the Great West. A Popular Account of Their Social Life, Religion, Habits, Traits, Customs, Exploits, etc. With Thrilling Adventures and Experiences on the Great Plains and in the Mountains of Our Wide Frontier.

By: Dodge, Richard Irving

Call Number: HI 1882 DODGE

Publication Date: 1882


The Indians of the Housatonic and Naugatuck Valleys.

By: Orcutt, Samuel.

Call Number: HI 1882 Orcutt

Publication Date: 1882


Our Pioneer Heroes and Their Daring Deeds. The Lives and Famous Exploits of ... Hero Explorers, Renowned Frontier Fighters, and Celebrated Early Settlers of America, From the Earliest Times to the Present.

By: Kelsey, D. M.

Call Number: HI 1883 KELSEY

Publication Date: 1882-1883


Historical Sketch of the Connecticut Indian Association from 1881 to 1888.

By: Connecticut Indian Association.

Call Number: HI 1888 Connecticut

Publication Date: 1888


Twenty Years Among Our Savage Indians; a Record of Personal Experiences, Observations, and Adventures Among the Indians of the Wild West ...

By: Humfreville, J. Lee

Call Number: HI 1897 HUMFREVILLE

Publication Date: 1897


The Friendly Relations of the Indians and Early Dutch Settlers of the Upper Hudson: an Address at a Meeting of the Connecticut Society of the Order of the Founders and Patriots of America, Hartford, January 31, A.D. 1906.

By: Johnson, Edward Payson, 1850-

Call Number: HI 1906 JOHNSON

Publication Date: 1906


My Life and Experiences Among our Hostile Indians.

By: Howard, O. O. (Oliver Otis)

Call Number: HI 1907 HOWARD

Publication Date: 1907


The Church in Story and Pageant.

By: Hare, William Hobart, 1838-1909

Call Number: HI 1926 CHURCH

Publication Date: 1926


A Compendium of the Indian Wars in New England.

By: Trumbull, Benjamin, 1735-1820.

Call Number: HI 1926 TRUMBULL

Publication Date: 1926


Narrative of Titus King of Northampton, Mass., a Prisoner of the Indians in Canada, 1755-1758.

By: King, Titus, 1729?-1791.

Call Number: HI 1938 KING

Publication Date: 1938


The Farmington Papers

By: Gay Julius.

Call Number: HI 1929 Gay

Publication Date: 1929

Note: pages 217 – 237 Tunxis Indians


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