The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 4, 1926 - The Poor Indian Has Few Rights


32 pages. Features: The Senator Nobody Knows - William E. Borah will not play politics; Our Soldiers and Reform of Court-Martial System - Ex-Noncommissioned Officer says that in the World War American Soldiers were tried by Court-Martial System of George III; Heroes of the Air Mail - they carry on every day of the year, through rain or fog, over mountains and treacherous valleys; Lo! The Poor Indian, A Citizen Who Has Few Rights; Did High Freight Rates Occasion the Discovery of America?; Henry Ford's Page - America is a challenge to other nations to put their social foundations at the bottom instead of the top; Editorials - anti-American forces arrayed against Hon. Albert Johnson, Farmer Butte discovers dinotherium in Ohio, gunplay in Pittsburgh; Exploring Where Paul Preached - notable architectural and art treasures unearthed on the site of ancient Antioch - photo-illustrated article; The Lobster is Supreme in the village of Cape Porpoise; Can Courage be Cultivated?; Chats with Office Callers; The Strange Transient Woman - A One-Act Play; I Read In the Papers; Can You Tell Me? Soiling to front cover near spine. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 4, 1926 - The Poor Indian Has Few Rights

Author Name: Benson, Alllan L.; Beckman, James W.; McConnell, Burt M.; Clark Marian Bruce; Adams, Randolph G.; Kelsey, Easton T.; Whiting, May B.; Masson, Thomas L.; Roof, Katherine Metcalf

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, Native Peoples,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Dearborn, Michigan, The Dearborn Publishing Co.: 1926

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 838G4921

Keywords: The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 4, 1926 - The Poor Indian Has Few Rights The Senator Nobody Knows - William E. Borah will not play politics; Our Soldiers and Reform of Court-Martial System - Ex-Noncommissioned Officer says that in the World War American Soldiers were tried by Court-Martial System of George III; Heroes of the Air Mail - they carry on every day of the year, through rain or fog, over mountains and treacherous valleys; Lo! The Poor Indian, A Citizen Who Has Few Rights; Did High Freight Rates Occasion the Discovery of America?; Henry Ford's Page - America is a challenge to other nations to put their social foundations at the bottom instead of the top; Editorials - anti-American forces arrayed against Hon. Albert Johnson, Farmer Butte discovers dinotherium in Ohio, gunplay in Pittsburgh; Exploring Where Paul Preached - notable architectural and art treasures unearthed on the site of ancient Antioch - photo-illustrated article; The Lobster is Supreme in the village of Cape Porpoise; Can Courage be Cultivated?; Chats with Office Callers; The Strange Transient Woman - A One-Act Play; I Read In the Papers; Can You Tell Me,