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SMITHSONIAN ETHNOLOGY BOOK ON CHIPPEWA MUSIC

Age: 1910

Size: 6” x 9 3/4”

Rating: 7

Comments: A small hardcover book entitled “Chippewa Music” from the Smithsonian Instutution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 45. It is published in Washington, Government Printing Office in 1910 and written by Frances Densmore. The book is an analysis of the Chippewa Indian songs from the land of pine trees, lakes and hills in northern Minnesota. It features photographs, songs and illustrations. Inititation songs, Ceremonial songs, War songs, songs connected with the cure of the sick and much more. It receives a rating of 7 for wear to the spine and binding. Interior pages are good. Some newspaper articles are included which are from the early 1900's which are relative to music or the book.

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