[London? : s.n.], 1891 (London : Reprinted by J.E. Garratt); 53 pages with full-text search [?]
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|Title||The Four kings of Canada : being a succinct account of the four Indian princes lately arrived from North America; with a particular description of their country, their strange and remarkable religion, feasts, marriages, burials, remedies for their sick, customs, manners, constitution, habits, sports, war, peace, policy, hunting, fishing, utensils belonging to the savages, with several other extraordinary things worthy observation, as to the natural or curious productions, beauty, or fertility of that part of the world.|
|Published||[London? : s.n.], 1891 (London : Reprinted by J.E. Garratt)|
Indians of North America.
Indiens d'Amérique -- Amérique du Nord.
America -- Description and travel.
Amérique -- Descriptions et voyages.
|Document source||Scanned from a CIHM microfiche of the original publication held by the National Library of Canada.|
"Enter'd in the Hall-Book of the Company of Stationers, persuant to Act of Parliament."
Facsim. of the 1710 ed., published by John Baker, London.
Title from title screen.
47 p. ; 20 cm.