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James Adair

The history of the American Indians : particularly those nations adjoining to the Missis[s]ippi, East and West Florida, Georgia, South and North Carolina, and Virginia : containing an account of their origin, language, manners, religious and civil customs, laws, form of government, punishments, conduct in war and domestic life, their habits, diet, agriculture, manufactures, diseases and method of cure, and other particulars, sufficient to render it a complete Indian system : with observations on former historians, the conduct of our colony governors, superintendents, missionaries, &c. Also an appendix, containing a description of the Floridas, and the Missis[s]ippi lands, with their productions--the benefits of colonizing Georgiana, and civilizing the Indians--and the way to make all the colonies more valuable to the mother country : with a new map of the country referred to in the history / by James Adair, Esquire, a trader with the Indians and resident in their country for forty years.

London: Printed for Edward and Charles Dilly, in the Poultry, 1775.
The history of the American Indians : particularly those nations adjoining to the Missis[s]ippi, East and West Florida, Georgia, South and North Carolina, and Virginia : containing an account of their origin, language, manners, religious and civil customs, laws, form of government, punishments, conduct in war and domestic life, their habits, diet, agriculture, manufactures, diseases and method of cure, and other particulars, sufficient to render it a complete Indian system : with observations on former historians, the conduct of our colony governors, superintendents, missionaries, &c. Also an appendix, containing a description of the Floridas, and the Missis[s]ippi lands, with their productions--the benefits of colonizing Georgiana, and civilizing the Indians--and the way to make all the colonies more valuable to the mother country : with a new map of the country referred to in the history / by James Adair, Esquire, a trader with the Indians and resident in their country for forty years. Library Average
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Gulian Verplanck5/13/17905/24/1790Adairs hist America
Edward William Laight6/16/17906/28/1790Adairs America
Patrick Murdoch7/12/17907/15/1790Adairs hist America
Thomas Ludlow11/20/179011/26/1790Adairs Hist America
John Cozine1/10/17911/18/1791Adair hist America
Sidney Phoenix7/15/17917/20/1791Adairs hist America
Samuel Jones7/31/17918/4/1791Adairs His America
Joseph Winter12/19/17911/10/1792Adairs America
Bernard Hart3/20/17923/22/1792Adairs America
Henry Blakely3/31/17924/3/1792Adairs America
William Wilson10/3/180010/9/1800Adairs America
Benjamin J. Moore6/5/18016/6/1801Adairs Am Ind
Elbert Anderson10/11/180210/14/1802Adairs Am Indians
William Johnson12/27/180212/27/1802Adairs Hist. Am.
William Maxwell2/27/18042/28/1804Adairs Am Indians
John Youle7/8/18058/1/1805Adairs Am Indian
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