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E History: United States (General) (Go to start of category)
E61 .C89 [Info] An Essay on the Propagation of the Gospel: In Which There Are Numerous Facts and Arguments Adduced to Prove That Many of the Indians in America Are Descended From the Ten Tribes (second edition; Philadelphia: J. Humphreys, 1801), by Charles Crawford (multiple formats at
E61 .D33 [Info] An Inquiry Into the Origin of the Antiquities of America (New York: J. C. Colt.; et al., 1839), by John Delafield, contrib. by James Lakey and Charles Pettit McIlvaine, illust. by James A. Cleveland
E61 .D33 [Info] An Inquiry Into the Origin of the Antiquities of America (Cincinnati: N. G. Burgess and Co., 1839), by John Delafield, contrib. by James Lakey and Charles Pettit McIlvaine, illust. by James A. Cleveland (multiple formats at
E61 .G88 [Info] On the Origin of the Native Races of America: A Dissertation By Hugo Grotius; A Treatise of Foreign Languages and Unknown Islands By Peter Albinus (1884), by Hugo Grotius and Peter Albinus, trans. by Edmund Goldsmid
E61 .H16 [Info] Indian Migrations, As Evidenced By Language: Comprising the Huron-Cherokee Stock, the Dakota Stock, the Algonkins, the Chahta-Muskoki Stock, the Moundbuilders, the Iberians (1883), by Horatio Hale (multiple formats at
E61 .H59 [Info] Government Supervision of Historic and Prehistoric Ruins (reprinted from Science; 1904), by Edgar L. Hewett
E61 .J52 [Info] The Ten Tribes of Israel: or, The True History of the North American Indians, Showing That They are the Descendants of These Ten Tribes (Springfield, OH: Houck and Smith, 1883), by Timothy R. Jenkins (page images at HathiTrust)
E61 .K94 [Info] The First Discovery of America, and Its Early Civilization (New York: Sheldon and Co., 1863), by F. Kruger, trans. by W. L. Wagener
E61 .M15 [Info] The Discovery of America By Christopher Columbus, and the Origin of the North American Indians (1836), by John McIntosh (multiple formats at
E61 .P37 [Info] Prehistoric America (5 volumes; Chicago: American Antiquarian Office, 1898-1905), by Stephen D. Peet
E61 .R127 [Info] The American Nations: or, Outlines of Their General History, Ancient and Modern (2 volumes; Philadelphia: C. S. Rafinesque, 1836), by C. S. Rafinesque
E61 .R21 [Info] Historical Researches on the Conquest of Peru, Mexico, Bogota, Natchez, and Talomeco, in the Thirteenth Century, by the Mongols, Accompanied with Elephants; and the Local Agreement of History and Tradition, With the Remains of Elephants and Mastodontes, Found in the New World (London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1827), by John Ranking
E61 .S74 1823 [Info] View of the Hebrews: Exhibiting the Destruction of Jerusalem; the Certain Restoration of Judah and Israel; the Present State of Judah and Israel; and an Address of the Prophet Isaiah Relative to Their Restoration (Poultney, VT: Smith and Shute, 1823), by Ethan Smith
E61 .S74 1825 [Info] View of the Hebrews: or The Tribes of Israel in America (second edition; Poultney, VT: Smith and Shute, 1825), by Ethan Smith
E61 .T51 1650 [Info] Iewes in America: or, Probabilities That the Americans Are of That Race; With the Removall of Some Contrary Reasonings, and Earnest Desires for Effectuall Endeavours to Make Them Christian (London: Printed by W. H. for T. Slater, 1650), by Thomas Thorowgood
E61 .W65 [Info] Major Powell's Inquiry, "Whence Came the American Indians?" An Answer: A Study in Comparative Ethnology, by James Wickersham (multiple formats at
E61 .Z59 [Info] Memoir on the European Colonization of America, in Ante-Historic Times (extract from the Proceedings of the American Ethnological Society, 1851), by Augustus Christian Adolf Zestermann, contrib. by E. G. Squier (multiple formats at
E73 .P53 1852 [Info] Traditions of De-coo-dah and Antiquarian Researches (New York: H. Thayer, 1858), by William Pidgeon (multiple formats at
E74 .G3 C2 [Info] Irene Mound Site, Chatham County, Georgia; With a Section on Physical Anthropology (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1941), by Joseph R. Caldwell and Catherine Josephine McCann, contrib. by Frederick S. Hulse
E74 .K3 W46 [Info] The Wright Mounds, Sites 6 and 7, Montgomery County, Kentucky (University of Kentucky Reports in Anthropology v5 #1; 1940), by William S. Webb, contrib. by William George Haag and Hans Theodore Edward Hertzberg (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
E74 .L8 F69 1940 [Info] Crooks Site: A Marksville Period Burial Mound in the La Salle Parish, Louisiana (New Orleans: Dept. of Conservation, Louisiana Geological survey, 1940), by James Alfred Ford and Gordon R. Willey (page images at HathiTrust)
E74 .O3 M7 [Info] Fort Ancient: The Great Prehistoric Earthwork of Warren County, Ohio (Teddington, Middlesex: Miss Millard, 1890), by Warren K. Moorehead (multiple formats at
E74 .O3 T5 [Info] The Problem of the Ohio Mounds, by Cyrus Thomas (Gutenberg text)
E75 [Info] Cherokee Phoenix (partial serial archives)
E75 .A39 [Info] Akwesasne Notes (partial serial archives)

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