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84 pages; Original printed blue wrappers. Wrappers have light chipping at spine & edges,faint tide line about 1" from top edge of pages. OCLC: 3798120 This work takes issue with some political chicanery enacted regarding a treay between the Federal government and the Seneca Indians, involving Congress totally revising the terms of the treaty after it had been signed. Nathaniel T. Strong (1810-1872) was a hereditary Seneca chief. Strong, or Hon-Non-De-Uh (his original Seneca name), graduated from Yale and read law at a firm in Buffalo, N.Y. He made his home on the Cattaraugus Reservation of the Seneca Nation of Indians, formerly part of the Iroquois Confederacy, located in New York. Strong was employed as an interpreter by the US government; he witnessed and signed many documents and treaties in that capacity. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings.
Title: A Further Illustration of the CASE OF THE SENECA INDIANS in the State of New York, in a Review of a Pamphlet entitled "An Appeal to the Christian Community, &c. by Nathaniel T. Strong, A Chief of the Seneca Tribe."
Publisher: Philadelphia, Merrihew and Thompson: 1841
Book Condition: Very Good-
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 36990
Keywords: Seneca Indians Nathaniel T. Strong Native Americans Treaties with American Indians