Readings in Long Island Archaeology and Ethnohistory Volume III: The History and Archaeology of the Montauk Indians
(Americana - Native Americans - Archaeology - Montauk Indians)

Stony Brook New York: Suffolk County Archaeological Association, 1979. F (12) + 218 pages; U.S. Coast Survey map at front endpaper; illustrated in black and white, with facsimiles of pertinent lithographs and photographs. Includes much of interest concerning the early Native Americans of Long Island: History, Ethnohistorical Sources, Reconstructing Indian Culture on Long Island: Fisher's Study of the Montauk, Indian Fields Site, and more. Laid-in are several newspaper articles from the 1980s regarding the Montauk Indian tribe & history of the Native Americans on Long Island, including a review of this book by David G. Rattray, who cites the publication as "...the most important book ever to appear on the Montauk Indians..."Approx. 8 " x 11" size. Some edge, tips wear to illustrated paper wrap covers, rubbed. Contents clean and in very good condition. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 26120)


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