* BLUE JUNIATA, THE. Oliver Ditson. Boston. 1844 Words and Melody by Mrs. M[arion] D[ix] Sullivan. arranged for the Piano Forte by E. L. White. Price 25 cts nett. Lith. Bufford & Co. [n. art.] 6 pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank. Plate Mark 1135.
Illustration: Indian girl at foot of lake holding beaded belt or ornament above head. Canoe at bank.
* CHIEFTAIN'S DAUGHTER, THE. Firth & Hall. New York. 1841 A Ballad. The Poetry by George P. Morris, Esq. by whom it is respectfully dedicated to Major General Winfield Scott, U. S. A. The Music composed by Henry Russell. Pr. 50 cts. nett. Lith. Fleetwood. Artist J. L. Morton. 6 pp., p. 2 blank., music on p. 6. Plate Mark 215-4.
Illustration: Pocahontas is untying Capt. John Smith's bonds, as he rests--uncomfortably--face down on a rock. Ye olde Indian executioner is holding a long sharp axe-like instrument, while Powhattan motions with left hand to wait.
* DEATH OF MINNEHAHA, THE. Oliver Ditson. Boston. [ca. 1856] Words from Longfellow New Poem. "Hiawatha" . Music by Ch. C. Converse. Figure 5 in 5 pointed star. Lith. J. H. Bufford. [n. art.] 6 pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank. Plate Mark 8422.
Illustration: Indian girl standing before rocky scene, bow in hand, arrows slung over her back. Feather in head covering. Dress seems to be for winter. Tepees in background.
* INDIAN AND HIS BRIDE, THE. Firth, Hall & Pond. New York. 1844 Words by George P. Morris, Esq. Music composed & respectfully dedicated to Hardy DeWees, M.D. by His Friend Francis H. Brown. Price 38 cts. nett. Lith. Thayer & Co. [n. art.] 8 pp., page 3 is incorrectly numbered 2 etc., pp. 2 and 8 blank.
Illustration: Indian with sort of African head-dress (maybe we're wrong) sitting under foot of tree with coy looking bride at his side. Both dressed in what looks to us like striped "trade cloth." Simple ornamental frame, rounded at top. Title in semicircular design above illustration.