This a very interesting, informative book, the Indians of Texas in 1830 by Jean Louis Berlandier, edited and introduced by John C Ewers, copyright 1969, a Smithsonian Institute Press distribution...book is based on the documentation by Jean Louis Berlandier who went on a scientific exploration to Texas in 1828...he carefully recorded what he learned of the native tribes, their languages, beliefs, attitudes, dwellings, clothing, eating habits, educations, women's activities, hunting techniques, ware tactics, burial customs and much more..this valuable documentation, written in French, is now published in English for the first time...I took a photo of the brief summery of the book from the DJ(see 6th photo)...book is hard back with dust jacket...dust jacket displaying color wear, rubs, no tears...hard back cover is very clean, some light wear to the edges, spine is strong...book is complete, contains 209 pages...interior pages very nice, clean, I didn't note any tears, creasing or soiling....measures 10" X 7 3/4"wide...great book to add to your collection..
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