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by Paul Kane

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Author:
Paul Kane
ISBN13:
978-0486290317
ISBN:
048629031X
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Publisher:
Dover Publications (July 9, 1996)
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Subcategory:
Americas
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1846 kb
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Rating:
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Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tp. Kane, Paul, 1810-1871. Includes appendix: Census of Indian tribes inhabiting the North-west coast of America, for the year 1846.

Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tp. Indians of North America, Indians of North America. London : Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, and Roberts.

Rare, important ethnological sourcebook that is also a riveting adventure story. Unsigned portrait of Paul Kane probably by Frederick A Verner Frontispiece PAGE. Portrait of Paul Kane as a young man probably by himself x. xlix. 1Encampment Among the Islands of Lake Huron. 5. 2Awbonwaishcum Second Chief of Ojibbeways.

Excellent book, well worth reading. Filled with first hand encounters of various Tribes on both sides of the Rockies. Also a fascinating travelogue. I can't imagine how tough these men had to be to survive. The snow, the heat, lack of food, portaging,climbing up treacherous cliffs in icy weather, not to mention mosquitos, black flies, and various much larger predators. So exciting that I wished I were there too. Paul Kane gives what seems to be an objective view of a fascinating time in our history.

Artist George Catlin having already chosen the Mississippi and Missouri valleys, Paul Kane resolved to keep more to the northward. The full narrative of his wanderings is set forth in his 1859 book "Wanderings of an Artist Among the Indians of North America," describing his 1845 tour from Toronto to Sault Ste. Marie and back, then from 1846-48 another much longer voyage from Toronto across the Rocky Mountains to Fort Vancouver and Fort Victoria.

Kane, Paul, 1810-1871. Book digitized by Google from the library of University of California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Wagner-Camp (4th e. You can read Wanderings of An Artist Among the Indians of North America : From Canada to Vancouver's Island And Oregon Through the Hudson's Bay Company's Territory And Back Again by Kane, Paul, 1810-1871 in our library for absolutely free. Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader.

In June 1841, Kane left America, sailing from New Orleans aboard a ship .

In June 1841, Kane left America, sailing from New Orleans aboard a ship bound for Marseilles in France, arriving there about three months later, and immediately made out for Italy. Kane hiked much of this journey, travelling on foot from Rome to Naples, as well as the Brenner Pass in Switzerland. He went on to Paris, then London. In his book Catlin argued that the cultures of Native Americans were disappearing and should be recorded before passing into oblivion  .

Paul Kane, who talked with Cassino 10 years later, says: Casanov selected the afflicted mother, notwithstanding she had during the .

Paul Kane, who talked with Cassino 10 years later, says: Casanov selected the afflicted mother, notwithstanding she had during the sickness of her son been one of the most assiduous and devoted of his attendants, and of his several wives she was the one he most loved; but it is the general belief of the Indians on the west side of the mountains . 225. lappuse - Wanderings of an Artist," being as 'ollows: - " About ten o'clock at night I strolled into the village, and on hearing a great noise in one of the lodges, I entered it, and found an old woman supporting one of the handsomest Indian girls I had ever seen. She was in a state of nudity.

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Professor of English Paul Kane. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.

Invaluable firsthand account of two journeys (1845–48) by Canadian artist through Northwest Territories of Canada and the U.S. Wealth of information on Indian life and customs, myths, hunting rituals, etc., interwoven with gripping accounts of incredible hardships: hostile tribes, lack of food, ferocious animals, much more. Rare, important ethnological sourcebook that is also a riveting adventure story. Introduction. 23 illus.
  • I like everything about the book. It is amazing. I traveled to Orange, Tx to view the Paul Kane exhibit.

  • Nice historic book of the Northwest before many settlements were here