INDIANS OF CANADA. Diamond Jenness.
INDIANS OF CANADA
INDIANS OF CANADA
INDIANS OF CANADA
INDIANS OF CANADA
INDIANS OF CANADA
INDIANS OF CANADA
INDIANS OF CANADA

INDIANS OF CANADA

Ottawa, Canada: National Museum of Canada Bulletin 65 Anthropological Series No. 15, 1963. Color and B&W photographs. Sixth Edition. Cloth. ASSOCIATION COPY once belonging to Professor Lee Braude, Sociologist at the University of Chicago, small 4to, burgundy cloth,with gold lettering on spine and front cover, Mylar-protected pictorial dust jacket (unclipped) with drawings of Indians & masks, colored frontispiece 6 plates plus 130 B&W glossy photographic illustrations, large fold-out map of "Aboriginal Populatio" in rear pouch, xii + 452 pages. 3 POUNDS 5 OUNCES. Fine / Very Good. Item #2869

Diamond Jenness, CC, FRCGS (1886, Wellington, New Zealand – 1969, Chelsea, Quebec, Canada) was one of Canada's greatest early scientists and a pioneer of Canadian anthropology. He was an expert on Copper Inuit/Eskimos and other native groups.--Wikipedia

SUPERIOR CONDITION ASSOCIATION COPY: tight, bright, clean--with a few wrinkles and a piece lost from the otherwise Very Good dust jacket. Crisp "As New" folded ethnographic map. Small ownership stamps on 3 front endpapers of LEE BRAUDE, a prominent Sociologist professor formerly on the staff of the University of Chicago.

Heavy book so any overseas' shipping costs are likely to be significant.

Price: $75.00

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