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OF THE FIVE Indian NATIONS CA NA DA,
Which are dependent On the Province of New-York in AMERICA,
AND Are the Barrier between the ENGLISH and French
in that part of the World.
. WITH Accounts of their Religion, Manners, Customs, Laws, and Forms of
Government; their several Battles and Treaties with the European Natons ; particular Relations of their several Wars with the other lodians ; and a true Account of the present Staie of our Trade with them.
in which are shewn The great Advantage of their Trade and Alliance to the British Nation,
and the Intrigues and Attempts of the French to engage them from us ; a Sabjeet nearly concerning all our American Plantations, and highly meriting the Confideration of the British Nation at this Juncture.
By ibe Honourable CADWAL LADER COLDEN, Ejq; One of his Majesty's Counsel, and Surveyor-General of New York,
To which are added, Accounts of the several other Nations of Indians in North-America, their
Nambers, Strength, c. and the Treaties which have been lately made with them. A Work highly entertaining to all, and particularly useful to the Persons who have any Trade or Concern in that Part of of the World.
233. f. 66.
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ne mouth where they mus!
here they must all pass to go
NS live with part of CANADA.
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