Jackson, MS: Press of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History, 1927; 1929; 1932. First Edition. Cloth. 8vo. Publisher's cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Full-page and text illustrations and maps. Vol. I covers 1729-1740, 488 pp; Vol. II covers 1701-1729, 694 pp.; Vol. III covers 1704-1743, 812 pp.
All 3 volumes in very good condition. Ex-library with mark on spine, bookplate inside front cover, and card pocket on front free endpaper. Sticker residue on front covers.
This is a scarce complete set of archival records of interactions between indigenous Americans and European colonists in the first half of the 18th century. A very fascinating collection, which includes many illustrations, including folding facsimiles. Note that this set was reprinted in the 1980s and split across multiple additional volumes. This is a complete set of the first edition. Very good. Item #1784