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A book of historic value, written by the assistant governor of New York tells much about Northeastern Indian customs, complicated relations of the five nations with historic accuracy and the details that sometimes can plunge one into horror.
v. 1. Joan of Kent. Anne of Warwick. Katharine of Aragon.--v. 2. Katharine of Aragon. Cont'd. Caroline of Anspach. Augusta of Saxe-Gotha.--v. 3. Augusta of Saxe-Gotha. Cont'd. Caroline of Brunswick
Cusick, D. David Cusick's sketches of ancient history of the Six nations.-Beauchamp, W. M. Notes on David Cusick's sketches of ancient history of the Six nations L.C. copy replaced by microfilm
CD-ROM Edition. Not a DVD, not an audio CD, no illustrations. Produced in a Microsoft Compatible Format for reading, printing or research. About this work: This little volume is a contribution to the comparative study of religions. It is an endeavor to present in a critically correct light some of the fundamental conceptions which are found in the native beliefs of the tribes of America. About the Author: Brinton was born in Thornbury Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. After graduating from Yale University in 1858, Brinton studied at Jefferson Medical College for two years and spent the next travelling in Europe. He continued his studies at Paris and Heidelberg. From 1862 to 1865, during the American Civil War, he was a surgeon in the Union army, acting during 1864-1865 as surgeon-in-charge of the U.S. Army general hospital at Quincy, Illinois. Brinton was sun-stroked at Missionary Ridge (Third Battle of Chattanooga) and was never again able to travel in very hot weathers. This handicap affected his career as an ethnologist. After the war, Brinton practiced medicine in West Chester, Pennsylvania for several years; was the editor of a weekly periodical, the Medical and Surgical Reporter, in Philadelphia from 1874 to 1887; became professor of ethnology and archaeology in the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia in 1884; and was professor of American linguistics and archaeology in the University of Pennsylvania from 1886 until his death.
Mrs. Leslie Carter in David Belasco's Du Barry, with portraits of Mrs. Carter by John Cecil Clay, together with portrait of David Belasco and numerous engravings of photos. and sketches in black and white
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. In vols. for 1973-1983 odd numbered vols. cover Molecular aspects, even numbered vols. cover Cellular aspects. These vols. are published concurrently with one no. of each vol. issued each month, e.g., v. 131, no. 1 (Jan. 1973) covers Molecular aspects, and v. 132, no. 1 (Jan. 1973) covers Cellular aspects Issued by the Bio-Chemical Dept., Johnston Laboratories, University of Liverpool, 1906-1912; by the Biochemical Society, 1913- SERBIB/SERLOC merged record ACQN: aq 94012491 KP1; QP501.B47 send to ASCD; vendor update, FRO; PR 9023056; published by the Johnston Laboratories, University of Liverpool 1906-1912;