Ethnological and philological essays...I. Probable origin of the American Indians. II. Question of the supposed lost tribes of Israel. III. The ancient languages of France and Spain. James Kennedy.
Ethnological and philological essays...I. Probable origin of the American Indians. II. Question of the supposed lost tribes of Israel. III. The ancient languages of France and Spain

Ethnological and philological essays...I. Probable origin of the American Indians. II. Question of the supposed lost tribes of Israel. III. The ancient languages of France and Spain

London: Hall and Virtue, 1855. First edition, slim 8vo, pp. 42, 57, 30; contemporary brown blind-tooled cloth (upper fore-edge a bit damp stained), upper cover lettered in gilt, yellow glazed endpapers; edges and spine slightly faded, small crack in the cloth along the front joint; textblock fine. The second section has separate title page. Scarce, with only 100 copies of this compilation published. "Probable origin of the American Indians" first read before the Ethnological Society, March 15th, 1854 (see Pilling, Proof-Sheets 2071), and appeared in print as "Probable origin of the American Indians with particular reference to that of the Caribs," London, 1854 (See Sabin 37400). Sabin 37399; Pilling, Proof-sheets 2072. Item #42066

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