Author:Strong, Nathaniel T. (A Chief of the Seneca Tribe)

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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."

By: Strong, Nathaniel T. (A Chief of the Seneca Tribe)

Price: $54.94

Publisher: Philadelphia, Merrihew and Thompson: 1841

Seller ID: 36990

Condition: Very Good-


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 Reservat... View more info