earliest and most concerted effort to bring together information
concerning the use of tobacco among the North American Indians,
McGuire's sought-after classic of American archaeology continues to
be studied and referenced.
received help on this monumental work from a veritable who's who of
archaeological legends: "Among those persons whom the
writer desires particularly to mention are Drs. William H. Holmes,
Otis T. Mason, Thomas Wilson, and Walter Hough, of the U. S.
National Museum; Maj. J. W. Powell, Mr. W J McGee, Dr. J. Walter
Fewkes, Mr. P. W. Hodge, and Mr. James Mooney, of the Bureau of
American Ethnology; Dr. E. A. Barber and Mr. Clarence B. Moore, of
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Mr. Stewart Culin and Dr. Max Uhle, of
the museum of the University of Pennsylvania; Mr. Andrew E.
Douglass, of New York; Mr. David Boyle, of Toronto, Canada; Rev. W.
M. Beauchamp, of Baldwinsville, New York; Col. Bennett H.1 Young, of
Louisville, Kentucky; Gen. A. L. Pridemore, of Lee County, Virginia;
Prof. John Robinson, of Salem, Massachusetts; Mr. Warren K.
Moorehead, of the Ohio State University; Capt. H. L. Scott, of the
U. S. Army, and Miss Alice Fletcher, of the Peabody Museum of
American Archaeology and Ethnology, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Also
my sincere thanks are due to Prof. P. H. Uhler and Col. William H.
Love, of Baltimore, Maryland, and Dr. Frank H. Knowlton and Mr.
Charles Schuchert, of Washington, D. C. "
x 10", 303 page, soft cover, facsimile reprint contains
239 illustrations and 5 plates (4 are maps of pipe locations) .