"All three of these works are standard references to the Iroquois Indians today. Indeed, the Six Nation Iroquois Indians regard these studies as classics and refer to them in order to learn or confirm present practices in the light of their own documented past. Recommended."—Library Journal
"Fenton has performed an important service for both anthropologists and the Iroquois in preserving materials which Parker had collected from living sources no longer available. Illustrated with the original line drawings, photo graphs, and artwork."—Choice
Arthur C. Parker, a renowned anthropologist, was born on the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation in western New York State. Throughout a prestigious career, he was affiliated with the American Museum of Natural History, the Peabody Museum at Harvard, the New York State Museum at Albany, and the Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences. He died in 1955.
Series: The Iroquois and Their Neighbors
6 x 9, 340 pages, 42 black and white illustrations, 1 maps