First edition. Two volumes. With the signatures of Andrew Norton (1786-1853) man of letters and Biblical scholar and C[harles] E[liot] Norton (1827-1908) author, editor and teacher in each volume (see DAB for both).
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1839. Illustrated with large folding map (bound upside down).
12mo, original burgundy cloth with printed paper spine labels. Spines and edges faded to brown, labels with rubbing and chipping, slight browing of some leaves.
"The term Algic was invented by Mr. Schoolcraft, to indicate the Algonquin race. He composed it from the first and final syllables of Allegheny and Atlantic ..". [Howes S180].