Excavations in an Erie Indian Village and Burial Site at Ripley, Chautauqua, N.Y
Albany, NY State Education Dept., 1907. The New York State Museum Bulletin 117, Archeology 14; the record of the State Museum archaeological expedition of 1906. The first book by this Seneca writer, who studied at Harvard and the University of Rochester and for 20 years was the archaeologist at the New York State Museum, later going on to become the Director of the Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences for another 20 years. He was the co-founder, with Charles Eastman and others, of the Society for the American Indian and later the National Congress of American Indians. Parker also was the editor of the Quarterly Journal of the Society of American Indians and published numerous articles on Indian affairs in that journal and elsewhere. Tape-reinforced in three spots on the spine, where the wrappers had torn; overall, very good. [#003184] $45

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