Book/Printed Material David Cusick's Sketches of ancient history of the Six Nations

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Title
David Cusick's Sketches of ancient history of the Six Nations: comprising, first, a tale of the foundation of the great island (now North America), the two infants born, and the creation of the universe. Second, a real account of the early settlers of North America, and their dissentions. Third, origin of the kingdom of the Five Nations, which was called a long house: the wars, fierce animals, &c.
Contributor Names
Cusick, David, -approximately 1840.
Created / Published
Tuscarora Village, Lewiston, Niagra Co., [Lockport. N.Y. : Cooley & Lothrop, printers], 1828.
Subject Headings
-  Iroquois Indians--History
-  Iroquois Indians--Folklore
-  Iroquois mythology
Notes
-  This copy has only two plates, of which one has title: "The flying head put to flight by a woman parching acorns." The other plate, without title in this edition, is called in the 3rd edition, Lockport, 1848, "Stonish giants."
-  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
-  LAC snh 2019-04-10 update (2 card)
Medium
36 p. : plates. ; 18 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
E99.I7 C87
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/rbfr.0003
Library of Congress Control Number
06003795
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https://lccn.loc.gov/06003795
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Chicago citation style:

Cusick, David, -Approximately 1840. David Cusick's Sketches of ancient history of the Six Nations: comprising, first, a tale of the foundation of the great island now North America, the two infants born, and the creation of the universe. Second, a real account of the early settlers of North America, and their dissentions. Third, origin of the kingdom of the Five Nations, which was called a long house: the wars, fierce animals, &c. [Tuscarora Village, Lewiston, Niagra Co., Lockport. N.Y.: Cooley & Lothrop, printers, 1828] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/06003795/.

APA citation style:

Cusick, D. (1828) David Cusick's Sketches of ancient history of the Six Nations: comprising, first, a tale of the foundation of the great island now North America, the two infants born, and the creation of the universe. Second, a real account of the early settlers of North America, and their dissentions. Third, origin of the kingdom of the Five Nations, which was called a long house: the wars, fierce animals, &c. [Tuscarora Village, Lewiston, Niagra Co., Lockport. N.Y.: Cooley & Lothrop, printers] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/06003795/.

MLA citation style:

Cusick, David, -Approximately 1840. David Cusick's Sketches of ancient history of the Six Nations: comprising, first, a tale of the foundation of the great island now North America, the two infants born, and the creation of the universe. Second, a real account of the early settlers of North America, and their dissentions. Third, origin of the kingdom of the Five Nations, which was called a long house: the wars, fierce animals, &c. [Tuscarora Village, Lewiston, Niagra Co., Lockport. N.Y.: Cooley & Lothrop, printers, 1828] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/06003795/>.

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