Les voyages du Sieur de Champlain Xaintongeois - The observations of Samuel de Champlain on natural history and the ethnography of the Indians he encountered appear in a volume that is richly illustrated with engravings and maps that are considered among the most accurate early examples of cartography of the New England coastline.  This rare volume by Champlain about his voyages was part of the collection of Thomas Streeter, an avid collector of Americana whom Brigham involved in the Society’s bibliographical work long before his election to membership and leadership of the Society as president of the Council. Samuel de Champlain, Les voyages du Sieur de Champlain Xaintongeois, capitain ordinaire pour le Roy en la marine..... Où, Journal très-fidele des observations faites és descouvertures de la Nouvelle France (Paris: Jean Berjon, au Cheval Volant, [1613]). Gift of Henry Schofield Streeter, 1991, in memory of his father, Thomas W. Streeter. [record]

The Amerian Antiquarian Society, 1812-2012 - A View at the Bicentennial
A Library So Rich in Material - Brigham, R.W.G. Vail, and Clifford Kenyon Shipton - 1927-1967