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Traditions of De-coo-dah

Traditions of De-coo-dah

and antiquarian researches comprising extensive explorations, surveys ... the traditions of the last prophet of the Elk nation relative to their origin and use and the evidences of an ancient population more numerous than the present aborigines

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Published by H. Thayer in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Antiquities.,
  • America -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby William Pidgeon.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 56127.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination334 p.
    Number of Pages334
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16921585M
    ISBN 10066556127X

      The classic illustration of an "ancient American battlemound is from the Traditions of De-Coo-Dah by William Pidgeon (). Robert Silverberg, in his popular book The Mound Builders, described Pidgeons work as a crazy masterpiece of pseudoscience. Author Pidgeon, William. Title Traditions of De-Coo-Dah and Antiquarian Researches Full grey. pictorial cloth. First edition (Howes P, Sabin ). 70 engravings in text. Foxing throughout, the spine has been professionally relaid keeping all original gilt, corners slightly bumped, page .

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    Title:: Traditions of De-coo-dah and Antiquarian Researches: Author:: Pidgeon, William: Note: New York: H. Thayer, Link: multiple formats at   William Pidgeon's Traditions of De—coo—dah and Antiquarian Researches also discussed the Iowa effigy mounds, but his fanciful report is not reliable. Between and , the staff of the Bureau of American Ethnology examined prehistoric tumuli from Ohio to Missouri, but failed to mention any effigies.


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First published inTraditions of DE-COO-DAH is the only remembered work of American writer WILLIAM PIDGEON (c). Today, it is considered an amusing and telling example of the flaws and prejudices found in white researchers of the era, and has been called "a crazy masterpiece of pseudoscience."Price: $   First published inTraditions of DE-COO-DAH is the only remembered work of American writer WILLIAM PIDGEON (c).

Today, it is considered an amusing and telling example of the flaws and prejudices found in white researchers of the era, and has been called "a crazy masterpiece of ISBN: Originally published inTraditions of DE-COO-DAH is William Pidgeon's chronicle of befriending an Indian named De-coo-dah, last of the Elk Clan from Northern Iowa and Southwestern Wisconsin.

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First published inTraditions of DE-COO-DAH is the only remembered work of American writer WILLIAM PIDGEON (c). Today, it is considered an amusing and telling example of the flaws and prejudices found in white researchers of the era, and has been called "a crazy masterpiece of pseudoscience."Author: William Pidgeon.

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Traditions of De-Coo-Dah: And Antiquarian Researches: Comprising Extensive Explorations, Surveys, and Author: William Pidgeon. Originally published inTraditions of DE-COO-DAH is William Pidgeon's chronicle of befriending an Indian named De-coo-dah, last of the Elk Clan from Northern Iowa and Southwestern Wisconsin.

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