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Paige, Charles L., b. 1859
The white Shoshoné [poem] / by Charles L Paige. - San Francisco, Ca. : The Bancroft co, 1890. - 38 p.

Palmer, William E

Memoir of the distinguished Mohawk Indian chief, sachem and warrior, Joseph Brant - Brantford, Ont. : C E Stewart. - 89 s.

Parker, Arthur Caswell, 1881-1955
Iroquois uses of maize and other food plants / by Arthur C Parker. - Albany : New York State Museum, 1910. - 119 s. - (Museum Bulletin ; 144)
  List of authorities quoted": p. 110-113

Parker, Arthur Caswell, 1881-1955
Snow-snake as played by the Seneca-Iroquois / by Arthur C Parker. - 20 s. : ill.
Särtryck ur American Anthroplogist april-june 1909. (Sid 250-256)

Francis Parkman
Doyle, John Andrew
The Historical Writings of Francis Parkman. In Essays on Various Subjects, John Murray, 1911.

Parkman, Francis
The pioneers of France in the New World. - 1867.

Parkman, Francis
The Jesuits in North America in the seventeenth century. - 1867.

Parkman, Francis
La Salle and the discovery of the great West. - 1888 (1869).

Parkman, Francis
The old regime in Canada. - 1874.

Parkman, Francis
Count Frontenac and New France under Louis XIV. - 1877.

Parkman, Francis
Half a century of conflict. - 1893. (Skrevs sist, kronologiskt här)

Parkman, Francis
Montcalm and Wolfe. - 1884.

Parkman, Francis
The conspiracy of Pontiac. - 1851.

Parkman, Francis
The conspiracy of Pontiac. - Vol 1 Vol 2

Pennsylvania Colonial Records

Perrot, Nicolas             Reste under 1660 och 1670-talen.
The indian tribes of the upper Mississippi valley and the great lakes / as decribed by Nicolas Perrot.... 1  2

Plog, Fred
Little Colorado Area
 [pdf]. - New Mexico : Albuquerque, 1981. - 164 s. : ill. - Cultural Resources Overview)

Pokagon, Simon 1830-1899      Potawatomi
Pokagon, Simon

O-gî-mäw-kwě mit-i-gwä-kî (Queen of the woods) 
: Also brief sketch of the Algaic language / by Chief Pokagon. - Hartford, Mich. : C H Engle, 1899. - 255 p. : ill.
   Biography of the chief by the publisher.

Pokagon, Simon 1830-1899
The red man's rebuke. - Hartford, Mich. : C. H.Engle, 1893. - 16 p. : ill.
Written partly in reaction to the occasion of the World's Columbian Exposition, held in Chicago, Ill., in 1893. - Brief obituary of Simon Pokagon, excerpted from an unidentified newspaper [ca. 1899], laminated on the inside back cover.

Pond, Samuel William, 1808-1891
Indian warfare in Minnesota. - Minnesota Historical Society, 1880. - 10 p.
   Sid. [129] - 138. - Daterad 1870.

Poole, Dewitt Clinton 
Among the Sioux of Dakota: Eighteen Months Experience as an Indian Agent / Captain D C Poole. - New York : Van Nostrand, 1881. - 234 p.

Posey, Alexander Lawrence
The poems of Alexander Lawrence Posey / Collected and arranged by Minnie H Posey ; with a memoir by William Elsey Connolly . - Topeka, Kan. : Crane Printers, 1910. - 192 p.
   Alex Posey, the Creek Indian Poet.

Post, Christian Frederick, 1710?-1785
The second journal of Christian Frederick Post. - London : Printed for J.Wilkie, 1759. - 67 p.
The journal extends from October 25, 1758, to January 10, 1759 The account of Post's first journey, July 15-September 20, 1758, is to be found in "An enquiry into the causes of the alienations of the Delaware and Shawanese Indians from the British interest..." by Charles Thomson, published in London in 1759. Both journals were reprinted in Rupp's "Early history of western Pennsylvania," 1846, app., p.75-126.

Post, Christian Frederick, 1710?-1785
Two journals of western tours / by Charles Frederick Post : One to the neighborhood of Fort Duquesne (July-September 1758) The other to the Ohio (October 1758-Januari 1759). - 1904. 
   Source: Proud’s history of Pennsylvania. - Philadelphia, 1798. Appendix.

Powers, Stephen
Tribes of California. - Washington : Departement of the Interior : Government printing office, 1877.  - 635 p. - (Contributions to North American Ethnology ; 3)

Powys, Llewelyn 1884-1939

Henry Hudson. - New York : Harper, 1928. - 213 p.

Prince, L. Bradford 1840-1922
Spanish Mission Churches of New Mexico. - Cedar Rapids, Ia : Torch press. - 1915. - 373 s. : ill.

Principall navigations… se Hakluyt

Prins, Harald E. L.
Asticou’s Island Domain : Wabanki peopls at Mount Desert Island 1500-2000.  / by Harald E. L Prins and Bunny Mc Bride. - Northeast Region Ethnography Program. - Boston, Ma. : 
  Vol 1. - (Även Letto padda).
  Vol 2. - 

Proud, Robert, 1728-1813
The history of Pennsylvania, in North America, from the original institution and settlement of that province, under the first proprietor and governor, William Penn, in 1681, till after the year 1742. - Philadelphia : Printed and sold by Z.Poulson. 

Vol 1. 1797. - 508 p.
Vol 2. - 1798. - 373 p. + Appendix 146 p.

Prowse, D. W. (Daniel Woodley)
A history of Newfoundland, from the English, colonial, and foreign records. - 2. revised and corrected ed. . - London : Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1896. - 634 p. : ill.
  1 ed. - 1895. - 742 p. : ill. - Bibliography s 666. - Index + supplement: Churches in New Foundland.

Purchas 1625 IV 147-151 innehåller nedanstående:
Archer, Gabriel
"The Relation of Captain Gosnold's Voyage to the North part of Virginia, begun the sixth-and twentieth of March, Anno 42 Elizabethae Reginae, 1602, and delivered by Gabriel Archer, a gentleman in the said voyage". - 1843. - (Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society. 3. 8: 72–81).

Putnam, F. W.
Pueblo Pottery. - [Artikel]. - 1881. -  5 s: ill. 
= Sid. 152-154 i:  The American Art Review ; 2. - 1881. -  JStor.

Putnam anniversary volume; anthropological essays presented to Frederic Ward Putnam in honor of his seventieth birthday, April 16, 1909. New York : Stechert, 1909. - 627 p.
   Franz Boas, chairman editorial committee. Innehåll:
Kroeber, A.L. The archaeology of California.--Fewkes, J.W. Ancient Zuni pottery.--Willoughby, C.C. Pottery of the New England Indians.--Mills, W.C. The Seip mound.--Mead, C.W. The fish in ancient Peruvian art.--Moorehead, W.K. A study of primitive culture in Ohio.--Saville, M.H. Cruciform structures of Mitla and vicinity.--Gordon, G.B. Conventionalism and realism in Maya art at Copan, with special reference to the treatment of the macaw.--Pepper, G.H. The exploration of a burial room in Pueblo Bonito, New Mexico.--Fletcher, A.C. Tribal structure: a study of the Omaha and cognate tribes.--Bowditch, C.P. The dates and numbers of pages 24 and 46 to 50 of the Dresden codex.--Tozzer, A.M. Notes on religious ceremonials of the Navaho.--Peabody, C. Certain quests and doles.--Nuttall, Z. A curious survival in Mexico of the use of the purpura shell-fish for dyeing.--Goddard, P.E. Gotal--a Mescalero Apache ceremony--Barrett, S.A. The Cayapa numeral system.--Hrdlička, A. Stature of Indians of the Southwest and of northern Mexico.--Boas, F. Notes on the Iroquois language.--Dixon, R.B. Outlines of Wintun grammar.--Swanton, J.R. A new Siouan dialect.--Smith, H.I. Primitive industries as a normal college course.--Dorsey, G.A. A visit to the German Solomon Islands.--Kittredge, G.L. The Pillars of Hercules and Chaucer's "Trophee."--Robinson, F.N. Notes on the Irish practice of fasting as a means of distraint.--Toy, C.H. Dusares.--Mead, F.H. Bibliography of Frederick Ward Putman (p. [601]-627)