A descriptive catalogue of Catlin's Indian Gallery, containing portraits, landscapes, costumes, &c. / and representations of the manners and customs of the North American Indians / collected and painted entirely by Mr. Catlin, during seven years' travel amongst 48 tribes, mostly speaking different languages.
By: Catlin, George
Contributor(s): Bullock's MuseumLanguage: English Publisher: [London] : C. and J. Adlard, 1844?.Description: 48p. ; 20cm.
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"Exhibited for nearly three years, with great success, in the Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly, London. Admittance One Shilling." - Copy also has bound in: Manuscript note, apparently by Geo. Catlin; Catlin's letters and notes on the manners, customs and condition of the North-American Indians (4p.; 20cm. [London]: C. Adlard, n.d.); Opinions of the English and United States press on Catlin's North American Indian Museum. 24p.; 10 x 19cm. [London]: C. Adlard, n.d. (this is same as copy held in BL).