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Intruders Within: Pueblo Resistance To Spanish Rule And The Revolt Of 1680
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Intruders Within: Pueblo Resistance To Spanish Rule And The Revolt Of 1680

By Baldwin, Louis

New York: Franklin Watts. Hardcover. 1995. 1st Edition. 8vo 160pp . Fine in Fine DJ. B&W Illustrations. This book is written for young adult readers . The American Indian Experience .

$8.82

Come, Blackrobe: De Smet And The Indian Tragedy
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Come, Blackrobe: De Smet And The Indian Tragedy

By Killoren, John J

St. Louis, MO: Institute Of Jesuit Resource. Paperback. 2003. Reprint. 8vo 448pp . Very Good+ with no DJ. B&W Illustrations. Small, neat ink name on half title. Reprint of a book originally published in 1994. The Jesuit evangelist Peter John De Smet arrived in St. Louis in 1823. The author interweaves the life of the great Indian advocate with the story of America's expansion westward .

$17.64

Records Of The Moravians Among The Cherokees: Beginnings Of The Mission And Establishment Of The School: Volume 2, 1802-1805
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Records Of The Moravians Among The Cherokees: Beginnings Of The Mission And Establishment Of The School: Volume 2, 1802-1805

By Crews, C. Daniel, and Starbuck, Richard W, editors

Tahlequah, OK: Cherokee National Press. Hardcover. 2010. 1st Edition. 8vo 435pp . Fine in Very Good+ DJ. Signed by editor Starbuck on title page. This is Volume 2 only .

$70.56

Yourowquains, A Wyandot Indian Queen: The Story Of Caty Sage
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Yourowquains, A Wyandot Indian Queen: The Story Of Caty Sage

By Bland, Bill

Elk Creek, VA: Published By The Author. Hardcover. 1992. 1st Edition. 8vo 266pp . Fine in Fine DJ. B&W Illustrations. Inscribed by the author on front endpaper. Biography of Caty Sage, a white woman born in 1787 into a pioneer family who lived on Cripple Creek in Southwestern Virginia. Caty lived to be sixty-six, and all but the first five of those years she lived as a Wyandot Indian. As the wife of the head chief of the Wyandot nation she became a Wyandot Indian Queen .

$88.20

From Revivals to Removal: Jeremiah Evarts, the Cherokee Nation, and the Search for the Soul of America

By Andrew, John A

Athens: Univ. Of Georgia Press. Hardcover. 1992. 1st Edition. 8vo 434pp . Fine in Fine DJ. Evarts (1781-1831) was a missionary, reformer, and activist and was a central figure of neo-Calvinism in the early American republic. He is best remembered today as the stalwart opponent of Andrew Jackson's Indian policies--specifically the removal of Cherokees from the Southeast .

$29.40

The American Revolution in Indian Country: Crisis and Diversity in Native American Communities
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The American Revolution in Indian Country: Crisis and Diversity in Native American Communities

By Calloway, Colin G

New York: Cambridge Univ. Press. Hardcover. 1995. 1st Edition. 8vo 327pp . Fine in Fine DJ. Maps. Presents the first broad coverage of Indian experiences in the Revolution rather than of Indian participation as allies or enemies of contending parties .

$23.52

The Dispossession Of The American Indian, 1887-1934

By McDonnell, Janet A

Bloomington, IN: Indiana Univ. Press. Hardcover. 1991. 1st Edition. 8vo 163pp . Very Good in Fine DJ. B&W Photographs. Rear cover protruding edges have a slight bump .

$23.52

Notes From Indian Country: Volume I

By Giago, Tim

Pierre, SD: Keith Cochran. Hardcover. 1984. 1st Edition?. 8vo 423pp . Very Good in Good+ DJ. B&W Photographs. Bottom cover edges lightly shelfworn. DJ lightly worn and rear panel top edge has two tears with some associated wrinkling . A collection of the author's columns that appeared weekly in several daily and weekly newspapers in South Dakota, New Mexico and Colorado. The eleven chapters of the book include columns about communications, culture, education and athletics, government, health, humor, litigation, politics, rights, religion and people .

$14.70

Manual For The Peacemaker: An Iroquois Legend to Heal Self & Society
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Manual For The Peacemaker: An Iroquois Legend to Heal Self & Society

By Houston, Jean, and Rubin, Margaret

Wheaton, IL: Quest Books. Hardcover. 1995. 1st Edition. 8vo 177pp . Fine in Fine DJ. Mystery School Series: American Archetypes .

$11.76

Walleye Warriors: An Effective Allince Against Racism and for the Earth

By Whaley, Rick, and Bresette, Walter

Philadelphia: New Society Publishers. Softcover. 1994. 1st Edition?. 8vo 272pp . Fine with no DJ. B&W Illustrations. Signed by One Author. Signed by author Whaley on title page . Story of how a multi-race and class alliance of chippewa, local residents, and activists defused tense confrontations between the Indians and local fishermen and other white neighbors over the chippewa ancient subsistence fishing and hunting tradition protected by treaties .

$11.76

The End of the Dream and Other Stories
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The End of the Dream and Other Stories

By Neihardt, John G

Lincoln: Univ. Of Nebraska Press. Hardcover. 1991. Reprint. 8vo 115pp . Fine in Fine DJ. The nine stories in this volume appeared from 1901 to 1905 in the Overland Monthly and in The Lonesome Trail in 1907 .

$17.64

National Geographic on Indians of the Americas: A Color-Illustrated Record

By Stirling, Matthew W

Washington: National Geographic Soc.. Hardcover. 1955. 1st Edition. 8vo 431pp . Very Good in Very Good DJ. B&W and Color Illustrations .

$23.52

Where is the Eagle?

By Coffer, William E. (Koi Hosh)

New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold Co.. Hardcover. 1981. 1st Edition. 8vo 271pp . Very Good+ in Very Good+ DJ. B&W Illustrations Examines how the conflict between the white man and the American Indian has its roots in the way each relates to the natural world .

$20.58

Phoenix Rising No-Eyes Vision of the Changes to Come
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Phoenix Rising No-Eyes Vision of the Changes to Come

By Rain, Mary Summer

West Chester, PA: Whitford Press. Paperback. 1989. 7th Printing. 8vo 166pp . Fine with no DJ. Trade PB One page dogeared The second volume of a series. The author's relationship with No-Eyes, the Indian shaman, continues .

$4.70

Encyclopedia of North American Indians
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Encyclopedia of North American Indians

By Hoxie, Frederick E, Ed

Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.. Hardcover. 1996. 2nd Printing. 4to 756pp . Fine in Very Good DJ. B&W Illustrations DJ lightly rubbed Excellent reference work .

$35.28

The Theft of the Spirit: A Journey to Spiritual Healing with Native Americans

By Hammerschlag, Carl A

New York: Simon and Schuster. Hardcover. 1993. 1st Edition. 8vo 171pp . Fine in Fine DJ.

$11.76

The Life of Okah Tubbee

By Littlefield, Daniel F, Ed

Lincoln: Univ. Of Nebraska Press. Hardcover. 1988. 1st Edition. 8vo 159pp . Fine in Fine DJ. True story of a black man (born about 1810) who passed himself off as Tubbee, the long-lost son of a Choctaw Indian chief .

$17.64

Moccasin Paths

By Wakolee, Pat, and Wakolee, Art

Salt Lake City: Deseret Book Company. Hardcover. 1966. 1st Edition. 8vo 245pp . Fine in Very Good DJ. B&W Illustrations Inscribed by the authors A story that takes the reader back in time to the ways of the American Indian. It tells about how the Indians lived, what they believed in, their feelings toward life and their teachings and laws. Much of it is set in story form .

$17.64

In a Barren Land: American Indian Dispossession and Survival
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In a Barren Land: American Indian Dispossession and Survival

By Marks, Paula Mitchell

New York: William Morrow. Hardcover. 1998. 1st Edition. 8vo 451pp . Fine in Fine DJ. B&W Illustrations Remainder mark on bottom edges .

$23.52

Spirit Woman: The Diaries and Paintings of Bonita Wa Wa Calachaw Nunez

By Nunez, Bonita Wa Wa Calachaw

New York: Harper & Row. Hardcover. 1980. 1st Edition. 8vo 243pp . Very Good in Very Good DJ. B&W Illustrations Nunez (1888-1972) , an American Indian woman, was a feminist, lecturer on Indian rights, spiritualist, and self-taught artist .

$23.52

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