The Mississippi river traverses more degrees of latitude than any other river in America, and the remark might, perhaps, be extended to the habitable globe. ... So much for the river; and we will now devote two extracts to the dark inhabitants on its banks. ... South of the head of Leaf river. ... The most striking trait in their moral history is the institution of the Totem-a sign manual, by which the affiliation ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Literary Gazette|
|Author||:||William Jerdan, Lovell Reeve, John Mounteney Jephson, Shirley Brooks, William Ring Workman, Christmas (afterwards Noel-Fearn, Henry), Frederick Arnold, John Morley Morley (Viscount), Charles Wycliffe Goodwin|