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Title Some account of the North-America Indians; their genius, characters, customs, and dispositions, towards the French and English nations…
Author Smith, William (1727-1803)
Date
Document Type Printed Book
Names Yariza
Places Onandaga, Onandaga County, New York, United States
Keywords alcohol, custom, education, health, liquor, morality, peace, song, women, language, cultural institutions, war, French and Indian War, personal account
Theme Missionaries and Education; Observation, Representation and Cultural Encounters
Tribe / Nation
Culture Area Southeast, Northeast
Publisher Printed for R. Griffiths
Place of Publication London
Additional Information

FULL TITLE: Some account of the North-America Indians; their genius, characters, customs, and dispositions, towards the French and English nations. To which are added, Indian miscellanies, viz. 1. The speech of a Creek Indian against the immoderate use of spirituous liquors; delivered in a national assembly of the Creeks, upon the breaking out of the late war. 2. A letter from Yariza, an Indian maid of the royal line of the Mohawks, to the principal ladies of New-York. 3. Indian songs of peace. 4. An American fable. Collected by a learned and ingenious gentleman in the province of Pennsylvania

UNIFORM TITLE: The speech of a Creek-Indian against the immoderate use of spirituous liquors ... London, 1754.

Library The Newberry Library
Copyright The Newberry Library
Collection The Edward E. Ayer Collection
Reference VAULT Ayer 250 .S61 1754
Catalogue Link The Newberry Library Catalogue