The Indian Tribes of North America

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SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION BUREAU OF AMERICAN ETHNOLOGY

BULLETIN 145


THE INDIAN TRIBES OF NORTH AMERICA

By

JOHN R. SWANTON

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION PRESS

CITY OF WASHINGTON

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction 1
  • Maine 13
  • New Hampshire 17
  • Vermont 18
  • Massachussetts 19
  • Rhode Island 27
  • Connecticut 29
  • New York 33
  • New Jersey 48
  • Pennsylvania 55
  • Delaware 57
  • Maryland and D.C. 57
  • Virginia 61
  • West Virginia 74
  • North Carolina 74
  • South Carolina 90
  • Georgia 104
  • Florida 120
  • Alabama 153
  • Mississippi 174
  • Louisiana *
  • Arkansas 195
  • Tennessee 212
  • Kentucky 215
  • Ohia 229
  • Indiana 230
  • Illinois 236
  • Michigan 240
  • Wisconsin 243
  • Minnesota 250
  • Minnesota 260
  • Iowa 265
  • Missouri 269
  • North Dakota 273
  • South Dakota 278
  • Nebraska 285
  • Kansas 292
  • Oklahoma 299
  • Texas 307
  • Texas 327
  • Arizona 349
  • Colorado 370
  • Utah 372
  • Nevada 375
  • Wyoming 384
  • Montana 387
  • Idaho 398
  • Washington 412
  • Oregon 451
  • California 478
  • Alaska 529
  • Canada 544
  • The West Indies 608
  • The West Indies 611
  • Bibliography 643
  • Index 683
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