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Quintin Publications would be pleased to receive digital scans (300dpi - 600dpi [tiff, jpg, pdf, etc]) of any person, persons or events found in any title found on this page. At least one person must be identifiable in each photo and each photos must be in the Public Domain [not copyrighted], or the personal property of the submitter. The particular book and page number where this person (persons) may be found must be included with each photo. Genealogical Publications anticipates quite a large response to this request so please be patient if we do not quickly respond. Please email the digital scans (or mail them if there are many) to info@quintinpublications.com . Please put METIS PHOTOS in the subject heading so that we will download them without fear of a virus. Quintin Publications plans on publishing a photo CD ROM once we have enough photos to warrant such a product. Submitters of 5 or more different photos shall receive one free CD paying only the shipping cost. We need to have between at least 250 different photos before we can produce the CD. We shall include an index of the available photos on this website once we start receiving scans. Thank you in advance.... Bob Genealogical
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096545 Métis Families: A Genealogical Compendium . Compiled by Gail Morin . Quintin Publications, 2001, 6 Volumes (3,100 pages), 7x10" paper bound.  A genealogy of the half-breed families of fur traders and early settlers of the Upper Plains states, Pembina, the Red River settlement and Manitoba from 1780-1920. Settlers who migrated with Lord Selkirk are also listed. Sources for the families include records and indexes from the Charles Denney Papers, Clarence Kipling Collection, 1870 Manitoba Census, Saint-François-Xavier church 1834-1900, Saint-Boniface church before the fire and to 1875, Lebret, SK church, Duck Lake, SK church, Manitoba Scrip, 1885 Half-Breed Scrip and 1900 Scrip. View the Index to these books. 6 Books
$250.00
CD136
$84.95

French- Companion set to Gail Morin's Métis Families
Métis Families will give you the data. Now have the history - the photos - the background. Put some flesh on your ancestor's bones!!

French-Canadians of the West: A Biographical Dictionary of French-Canadians and French Métis of the Western United States and Canada by Peter J. Gagné.  Quintin Publications, 2000, 3 volumes (275 pages each), photos, indexed.  A 3-volume work, encompassing 649 biographies of French-Canadians and their Métis cousins who made their mark on the western United States and Canada. The author first translated Rev. Adrien-Gabriel Morice's Dictionnaire Généalogique des Canadiens et des Métis Français de l'Ouest, then complemented this groundbreaking tome with over a year's worth of additional research and information, including 60 photographs and illustrations. Includes explorers and guides, fur traders and entrepreneurs, Métis leaders and notables, founding fathers of several U.S. towns and cities and courageous pioneer priests and missionaries. Click here for a complete description .
"Two thumbs up. This is something of interest to all Métis and French-Canadians. We need more information like this - keep up the good work." - Russell P. Drolette, Vice President, Métis Nation of Montana
"Great historical content. Underscores the importance of our French-Canadian ancestors in the conquest of the West. These three volumes...will be a valuable addition to our collection."
- Doug Miller, President Southern California Genealogical Society
00-082 French-Canadians of the West: Volume 1 by Peter J. Gagné . 202 biographies, 275 pages, 22 photos, 7x10", hardbound in dust jacket. Index, footnotes, glossary. See biography list $34.95
00-083 French-Canadians of the West: Volume 2 by Peter J. Gagné . 226 biographies, 275 pages, 22 photos 7x10", hardbound in dust jacket. Index, footnotes, glossary. See biography list $34.95
00-084 French-Canadians of the West: Volume 3 by Peter J. Gagné . 221 biographies, 275 pages, 16 photos, 7x10", hardbound in dust jacket. Index, footnotes, glossary. See biography list $34.95
00-085 French-Canadians of the West: Complete 3-Volume Set by Peter J. Gagné . All 649 biographies, 60 photos & illustrations. Index, footnotes, glossary. See biography lists $93.95

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French-Canadians of the West: CD-ROM version by Peter J. Gagné . 649 biographies (all 3 printed volumes in one) 65 photos & illustrations - 5 bonus images. Index, footnotes, glossary - all fully cross-linked. See biography lists . $39.95
096547 The Manitoba Scrip . Edited by Gail Morin . An alphabetical listing and complete extraction of more than 6,700 applications for scrip for $160 or 160 acres given to all residents living in Manitoba on 15 July 1870. The Manitoba Scrip was issued to all Métis or Half-breeds and all original white settlers and their children. Application for the land scrip began June 1875 and continued until the early 1880's. Information on the application included: date and place of birth, name, husband's name and race or national origin of parents. The application was witnessed by two members of the community who knew the person. Occasionally a certificate of baptism, marriage and death was submitted for proof of those events. View the Index to this book. (1996). 369 pages, 8½x11", spiral bound. $40.00
03-500 1870 Manitoba Census  Edited by Gail Morin . Extract of the 1870 Census. Used for proof of residence to obtain Scrip. Seminal work. A must for genealogist.  (2003), approx 300 pages, 7" x 10". Softbound $36.95
097028 North-West Half-Breed Scrip . Edited by Gail Morin . Similar to Manitoba Scrip , only covers those petitioners living in Alberta and Saskatchewan. (1997), 287 pages, 8½x11" spiral bound. View the Index. $40.00
098260 1900 Scrip: Volume 1 Edited by Gail Morin . Extractions from the Scrip applications for Métis living outside Manitoba and born by December 31, 1885. The applications were taken between 1886 and 1906. First in a series: includes statements for Abbott through Boiley family members. 1998, about 300 pages, 7x10." $30.00
098260a 1900 Scrip: Volume 2 Same in scope as Volume 1, above. Bone through Cardinal families. $30.00
098301 Red River Settlement Censuses . Extracted and Edited by Gail Morin . An index to the censuses for the years 1827, 1828, 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833, 1835, 1838, 1840 and 1843. Also includes the enumeration for the Village of Grantown or White Horse Plains and the Swampy Indian Settlement and Saulteux Indian Settlement. 1998, 229 pages, 8½x11". $27.95
098318 Chippewa Half-Breeds of Lake Superior . Extracted and edited by Gail Morin . An alphabetized extraction of the applications for the Treaty with the Chippewa Indians of Lake Superior, and the Mississippi, concluded at La Pointe, Wisconsin, September 30, 1854. Many of the people applying were Canadian citizens from the Red River Settlement (Manitoba). They were generally denied the benefits of the treaty. Information includes: Name of applicant, date of application, Special agent or attorney, finding and evidence taken by the commission. 1998, 8½x11", 205 pages. Book
$26.95
CD44
$19.95
CD589 History of the Turtle Mountain Chippewa. John Hesketh.  (reprint from Collections of the State Historical Society, Volume V) Grand Forks, ND. 1923 70 pages $19.95
02-600 History of the Turtle Mountain Chippewa. John Hesketh.  (reprint from Collections of the State Historical Society, Volume V) Grand Forks, ND. 1923 70 pages facsimile reprint $20.00
00-021 Turtle Mountain Chippewa, Pembina Band. Annuity Payments: 1865, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, 1872, 1873, 1874. Turtle Mountain Census: 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1892 by Gail Morin . 2000, ii + 88 pages, 8½x11", spiral bound. $12.95
00-070 Turtle Mountain Chippewa, 1936 Annuity Rolls . by Gail Morin . 2000, 62 pp, 8.5" x 11", spiral bound $19.95
00-087 Turtle Mountain Chippewa, 1900 Census . by Gail Morin . 2000, 88 pp, 8.5" x 11", spiral bound $12.95
098258 Baptisms, Marriages and Burials of Saint Ignace Parish Willow Bunch, Saskatchewan 1882-1910 . Extracted and edited by Gail Morin . 1998, 97 pages, 8½x11". $11.95
099197 Leroy, North Dakota : St Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials. (1870-1932)  by Gail Morin .  2000, 347 pages, 8½x 11", spiral bound. $30.00
00-022 St. Joachim, Fort Auguste (Fort Edmonton), 1858-1890, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials by Gail Morin 2000. 99 pages, 8½x11" spiral bound. $12.95
History
096546 Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians: The Protest of the Ten-Cent Treaty, Filed by Their Representative and Attorney, John B. Bottineau . Edited by Gail Morin . This book includes extractions from the Congressional Record describing the 100-year history (1790-1890) of the Pembina Chippewa full-bloods and mixed-bloods and their appeal of a treaty ceding 10,000,000 acres of prime agricultural land valued at over $12,500,000 ($1.25 acre) for $1,000,000 (10 cents an acre). Indian names with their English translation are given for many of the Métis men. 1996, 166 pages, 7x10".

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CD97

The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents. Travels and Explorations of the Jesuit Missionaries in New France - 1610-1791. The Original French, Latin and Italian Texts, with English Translations and Notes; Illustrated by Portraits, Maps and Facsimiles.  Edited by Ruben Gold Thwaites, secretary of the Wisconsin Historical Society. 73 Volumes, approximately 21,000 pages. 1896. Burrows Brothers. Cleveland, Ohio.  2 CD-ROM set.

$129.95
097637 The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents: Travels and Explorations of the Jesuit Missionaries in North America (1610-1791). With an Introduction by Reuben Gold Thwaites. Selected and Edited by Edna Kenton. Originally published in 1925. This is a 1998 reprint. The story of travel and exploration by Jesuit Missionaries in North America between 1610-1791. The editor has done a wonderful job of modernizing the texts used by various Jesuit journalists of these periods. It makes for compelling reading. A find for students of early Canadian history.  527 pp. $39.95
CD129
Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico by Frederick Webb Hodge. USGPO 1906,Washington, DC, 2193 pages. This massive 2 volume work is the standard reference work for American Indian research. Listed alphabetically is virtually every tribe, band, group and location of every Indian group north of Mexico. All aspects of Indian life from food to tools to clothing etc. Indexed along with massive and useful bibliography $29.95

CD15

Handbook of Indians of Canada Published as an appendix to the Tenth Report of the Geographic Board of Canada, Sessional Paper No. 21a. 632 pages, 1912. ISBN:1-58211-054-9. Description below. $29.95

This handbook is an outgrowth of the need for a comprehensive work on the subject of Canadian Indians. Only tribes residing wholly, or in part, in Canada are treated in this publication. Its aim is to give a brief description of every linguistic stock, confederacy, tribe, sub tribe or tribal division, and settlement known to history or even to tradition, as well as the origin and derivation of every name treated whenever such is known, and to records under each every form of the name and every other appellation that could be learned. These synonyms, in alphabetic order, are assembled as cross-references in Appendix III.

The tribal description contains a brief account of the ethnic relations of the tribe, its history, its location at various periods, statistics of population, etc., are included. Accompanying each synonym (the earliest known date always being given) a reference to the authority is noted, and these references form practically a bibliography of the tribe for those who desire to pursue the subject further.

Hudson's Bay Records
The Following Titles were published by the Champlain Society
Many of these long out-of-print volumes contain content that is only published in this series. They are primary source materials for the research of the Canadian North, Fur Trade, Exploration, Metis and other First Nations. Most are introduced and edited by experts in their fields an contain much explanatory material along with numerous maps, charts and illustrations.

Note:  We are in the process of scanning this valuable resource and do not have all volumes available at this time. We will do these books in the order that we receive orders. We will contact you by e-mail to update you on the progress of your order. We are unable to provide an accurate price for multi-volume sets as we do not know the exact number of pages in each volume until we scan them. Our prices are solely based upon the number of images in each book so please give us a call and we will find out the exact number of pages so we can give you an accurate price. Only items marked with an * are ready for immediate delivery.

CD719-1
Volume 1: Journal of occurrences in the Athabasca department by George Simpson, 1820 and 1821, and report; edited by E. E. Rich ... with a foreword by Lord Tweedsmuir ... and an introduction by Chester Martin ..Toronto, The Champlain Society, 1938. 523 pages $23.95
HBS-1
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CD719-2
Volume 2: Colin Robertson's Correspondence book, September 1817 to September 1822 / Colin Robertson ; edited with an introduction by E. E. Rich ; assisted by R. Harvey Fleming. Toronto : The Champlain Society, 1939. 516 pages $23.95
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CD719-3
Volume 3: Minutes of Council : Northern department of Rupert land, 1821-31 / edited by R. Harvey Fleming ... With an introduction by H. A. Innis ... General editor, E. E. Rich. Toronto : The Champlain Society, 1940.  567 pages $23.95
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CD719-4
Volumes 4, 6, 7: The letters of John McLoughlin from Fort Vancouver to the governor and committee / edited by E. E. Rich ; with an introduction by W. Kaye Lamb.  Toronto : Published by the Champlain Society for the Hudson's Bay Record Society, 1941-1944. 3 Volumes $
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HBS-4
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CD719-5
Volume 5: Minutes of the Hudson's Bay Company, 1671-1674 / edited by E. E. Rich ... with an introduction by Sir John Clapham. 355 pages $20.95
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CD719-6
Volume 10: Part of dispatch from George Simpson, Esq., Governor of Rupert's Land, to the governor & committee of the Hudson's Bay Company, London, March 1, 1829. Continued and completed March 24 and June 5, 1829 / edited by E. E. Rich ; with an introduction by W. Stewart Wallace. Toronto : The Champlain Society, 1947. 329 pages $20.95
HBS-6
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CD719-7
Volume 11: Copy-book of letters outward &c : begins 29th May, 1680, ends 5 July, 1687 / edited by E. E. Rich, assisted by A.M. Johnson ; with an introduction by E. G. R. Taylor. Toronto : Published by the Champlain Society for the Hudson's Bay Record Company, 1948. 451 pages $23.95
HBS-7
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CD719-8
Volume 12: James Isham's observations on Hudson's Bay, 1743 : and notes and observations on a book entitled A voyage to Hudson's Bay in the Dobbs Galley, 1749 / edited with an introduction by E. E. Rich, assisted by A.M. Johnson ; with a foreword by the chairman. Toronto : Published by the Champlain Society for the Hudson's Bay Record Society, 1949. 467 pages $23.95
HBS-8
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The Following Titles were published as part of the Publications of the 
Hudson's Bay Record Society
CD719-9
Volume 13: Peter Skene Ogden's Snake Country journals, 1824-25 and 1825-26; / edited by E. E. Rich, assisted by A. M. Johnson; with an introduction. by Burt Brown Baker  London : Hudson's Bay Record Society, 1950 377 pages $20.95
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CD719-10
Volumes 14 and 15: Cumberland House journals and Inland journal, 1775-82, / edited by E. E. Rich, assisted by A.M. Johnson. With an introduction by Richard Glover. London : Hudson's Bay Record Society, 1951-52. 2 volumes $
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HBS-10
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CD719-11
Volume 16: Correspondence with the Hudson's Bay Company on Arctic exploration, 1844-1855; / edited by E. E. Rich, assisted by A.M. Johnson, with an introduction. by J. M. Wordie and R.J. Cyriax. London : Hudson's Bay Record Society, 1953.  506 pages $23.95
HBS-11
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CD719-12
Volume 17: Moose Fort journals, 1783-85 / edited by E. E. Rich ; assisted by A. M. Johnson ; with an introduction by G. P. de T. Glazebrook. London : Hudson's Bay Record Society, 1954. 422 pages  $23.95
HBS-12
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CD719-13
Volume 18: A journal of a voyage from Rocky Mountain portage in Peace River to the sources of Finlays Branch and north west ward in summer 1824. / Edited by E. E. Rich, assisted by A.M. Johnson, with an introduction. by R. M. Patterson. London : Hudson's Bay Record Society, 1955. 360 pages $21.95
HBS-13
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CD719-14
Volume 19: London correspondence inward, 1849-1852. / Edited by E. E. Rich, assisted by A.M. Johnson, with an introduction by W. L. Morton. London : Hudson's Bay Record Society, 1956. 415 pages $23.95
HBS-14
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CD719-15
Volume 20: Hudson's Bay copy book of letters, commissions, instructions outward, 1688-1696 / edited by E. E. Rich ; assisted by A.M. Johnson ; with an introduction by K. G. Davies. London : Hudson's Bay Record Society, 1957. 419 pages $23.95
HBS-15
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CD719-16
Volumes 21 and 22: The history of the Hudson's Bay Company, 1670-1870 / by E. E. Rich ; with a foreword by Winston Churchill.  London: Hudson's Bay Record Society, 1958-59. 2 volumes $
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CD719-17
Volume 23: Snake Country journal, 1826-27 / Peter Skene Ogden ; edited by K. G. Davies ; assisted by A. M. Johnson ; with an introduction by Dorothy O. Johansen. London : Hudson's Bay Record Society, 1961. 327 pages $23.95
HBS-17
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CD719-18
Volume 24: Northern Quebec and Labrador journals and correspondence, 1819-35. / Edited by K. G. Davies, assisted by A. M. Johnson. With an introduction by Glyndwr Williams. London : Hudson's Bay Record Society, 1963. 509 pages $23.95
HBS-18
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Off-Prints of the "Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada"

We are very pleased to present here many titles which rarely, if ever, are printed as separate titles. We were fortunate to gather most of this series on a book-buying trip to Canada. Each title has been reprinted in an edition of 25 copies only. We have no current plans to print more - please order accordingly. Where necessary, an explanation of the article appears in brackets. Please note: If the title is in French, the article is written in French.

097242 Indian Trade Silver by Marius Barbeau. 1940, 16 pages. $2.00
097280 The Pre-Selkirk Settlers of Old Assiniboia by Rev. Dr. George Bryce. 1918, 10 pages. $1.00
097325 Intrusive Ethnological Types in Rupert's Land. by Rev. Dr. George Bryce. 1903, 10 pages. $1.00
097331 The Lake of the Woods Tragedy . By Lawrence J. Burpee. 1903, 16 pages. $2.00
097313 The Origin of the Haidahs of the Queen Charlotte Islands . By John Campbell. 1897, 22 pages. $3.00
097333 Le Père Sébastien Rasles, Jésuite, Missionnaire Chez les Abénaquis 1657-1724 . By N.-E. Dionne. 1903, 18 pages. $3.00
097269 Ermatinger's York Factory Express Journal, Being a Record of Journeys Made Between Fort Vancouver and Hudson Bay in the Years 1827-1828 . By C.O. Ermatinger. 1912, 68 pages. $10.00
097340 Les Métis de l'Ouest Canadien by Donatien Fremont. 1948, 26 pages. $4.00
097283 An Organization of the Scientific Investigation of the Indian Place-Nomenclature of the Maritime Provinces of Canada by William F. Ganong, M.A./Ph.D. 1911, 15 pages. $2.00
097268 An Organization of the Scientific Investigation of the Indian Place Nomenclature of the Maritime Provinces of Canada by William F. Ganong, M.A./Ph.D. 1912, 22 pages. $3.00
097306 An Organization of the Scientific Investigation of the Indian Place-Nomenclature of the Maritime Provinces of Canada, Third Paper by William F. Ganong, M.A./Ph.D. 1913, 26 pages. $4.00
097358 Diary of Nicholas Garry, Deputy-Governor of the Hudson's Bay Company from 1822-1835: A Detailed Narrative of His Travels in the Northwest Territories [Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta] of British North America in 1821. by Nicholas Garry. With a portrait of Mr. Garry and other illustrations. 1900, 132 pages, 1 plate, numerous illustrations. $20.00
097368 The Orkneymen in Canada by John Murray Gibbon. 1950, 13 pages. $2.00
097314 Notes on the Cosmogony and History of the Squamish Indians of British Columbia by Charles Hill-Tout. 1897, 6 pages. $1.00
097232 The Origin of the Totem of the Aborigines of British Columbia by Charles Hill-Tout. 1901, 14 pages. $2.00
097254 A List of Trading Vessels in the Maritime Fur Trade, 1795-1804 by Judge F.W. Howay. 1931, 34 pages. $5.00
097320 The Overland Journey of the Argonauts of 1862 by Judge F.W. Howay. 1919, 19 pages. $3.00
097251 The Walpole Indian by Bert Hudgins. 1936, 10 pages. $1.00
097255 The Sekani Indians of British Columbia by D. Jenness. 1931, 16 pages. $2.00
097234 Hochelagans and Mohawks: A Link in Iroquois History by W.D. Lighthall. 1899, 14 pages. $2.00
097261 Nipawi, on the Saskatchewan River, and its Historic Sites. by Arthur S. Morton. 1944, 24 pages. $4.00
097257 Five Fur Trade Posts on the Lower Qu'Appelle River, 1787-1819 by Arthur S. Morton. 1941, 16 pages. $2.00
097264 The Posts of the Fur Traders on the Upper Assiniboine River by Arthur S. Morton. 1942, 18 pages. $3.00
097272 The Beginning of White Settlement in Northern Saskatchewan by Edmund H. Oliver. 1925, 48 pages. $7.00
097367 Monsieur Georges-Antoine Belcourt, Missionnaire à la Rivière-Rouge by M. le Juge L-A Prud'Homme. 1920, 42 pages. $6.00
097259 The Indian Stream Territory by R.L. Reid. 1940, 30 pages. $4.00
097262 Huron Place-Names on Lake Erie by Percy J. Robinson. 1946, 18 pages. $3.00
097360 The Red River Hunt by F.G. Roe. Métis buffalo hunting in the Red River Settlement area. 1935, 48 pages. $7.00
097282 Traditional History of the Confederacy of the Six Nations by Duncan C. Scott. 1911, 50 pages. $7.00
097347 Guerres des Iroquois, 1670-1673 by Benjamin Sulte. 1921, 12 pages. $2.00
097281 Les Français dans l'Ouest en 1671 by Benjamin Sulte. 1918, 32 pages. $5.00
097271 La Baie Verte et le Lac Supérieur, 1665 by Benjamin Sulte. 1912, 32 pages. $5.00
097311 Le Pays d'en Haut, 1670 by Benjamin Sulte. 1913, 30 pages. $4.00
097238 Sir Henry Lefroy's to the North-West in 1843-44 by W.S. Wallace. 1938, 30 pages. $4.00
097288 Place Names in the Rocky Mountains Between the 49th Parallel and the Athabasca River by James White. 1916, 34 pages. $5.00
American Indians
CD101
The Indians Tribes of North America by John R. Swanton. 1953, Government Printing Office, Washington. D.C., 732 pages, maps. Listing of all known tribes and bands found in the United States, and to a minor extent, Canada, Mexico and Central America. Much useful historical and geographical information is to be found. An extensive bibliography provides much valuable references to further ones research. This volume is a fine supplement to the previously published Indians North of Mexico which is found just above this entry. $19.95

CD102

Indian Captivity CD: Contains three volumes:
1) New England Captives Carried to Canada Between 1677 and 1760 During the French and Indian Wars by Emma Lewis Coleman, 2 vols, 1925, Portland, Maine.
2) True Stories of the New England Captives Carried to Canada During the Old French and Indian Wars by C. Alice Baker. 1897, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
3) Narratives of Captivity Among the Indians of North America , 2 vols., Newberry Library, Chicago, IL.
$29.95
097092 Canadian Iroquois and the Seven Years War by D. Peter MacLeod. 1996, Dundurn Press, Toronto, 247 pages, cloth bound, maps, illustrations, index. Highlights the participation of the Iroquois of Akwesasne, Kanesetake (Oka) Kahnawake and Oswegatchie in the Seven Years War. This book looks at the social and economic impact of the war on both men and women in Canadian Iroquois communities. It deals with each individual campaign as Amerindians and Frenchmen conducted "parallel warfare," each group holding to its particular military practices and aspirations. Since goals frequently conflicted, the war was as notable for cultural conflict with the French as for military engagements with the British. $ 29.95
097643 The Iroquois: A History of the Six nations of New York 1900 reprint, 122 pages. A concise history of the Iroquois nation, serving as an introduction to the Iroquois who played such an important role in the history of Canada. The book covers such topics as: the six nations, their origin, their name origin, their government, home, legends, Oneida Stone, games, contact with the early explorers, relations with other tribes, relationship with the English, their missionaries, their role in the Revolutionary War, Wyoming Massacre and other raids, Patriot invasion of the Onondaga Country, Samuel Kirkland, Sullivan's Campaign, Indian Raids and their reservations, including the St Regis Reservation, which straddles the US-Canadian border. $ 13.95

CD78

Seneca Fiction, Legends, and Myths  by Jeremiah Curtin et al.  Originally printed by USGPO, 1918 (2000 reprint). 819 pages.  Compilation of the legends and traditions of this Iroquois branch of Native Americans.  The content was gathered by the authors in 1883, 1886, and 1887 at the Cattaraugus Reservation near Versailles, N.Y.  This work, in part, represents the first serious attempt to record with satisfactory fullness, the folklore of the Senecas.  Included are the tales of fiction, legends, and myths.  Full indexing makes this valuable resource easy to use. CD-ROM version. $29.95

CD77

A Study of the Delaware Indian "Big House" Ceremony by Frank G. Speck. Originally printed by Pennsylvania. Historical Commission, 1931  192 pages.  Illustrated description of this sacred, elaborate, and important "Big House" ceremony.  It was periodically performed by the Delaware Indians to fulfill their obligations to their pantheon of spiritual forces.  Contains numerous illustrations and several full-color plates. $19.95

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