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Many Moons Ago

By Ferrin, Ida Davison

Palmer Lake, CO: The Filter Press. Very Good; Light cover soil, small pen mark on foreword page.. 1976. First Printing. Softcover. 0910584427 . iv, 52 pages. Black and white illustrations. Stories of the Arapaho Indians of the Wind River Reservation of Central Wyoming. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

$45.00

A Key Into the Language of Woodsplint Baskets
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A Key Into the Language of Woodsplint Baskets

By McMullen, Ann (editor) ; Handsman, Russell G. (editor)

Washington, CT: American Indian Archaeological Institute. Very Good. 1987. Softcover. 0936322047 . Many illustrations and photos. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 196 pages .

$20.00

The Six Nations of New York:  The 1892 United States Extra Census Bulletin
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The Six Nations of New York: The 1892 United States Extra Census Bulletin

Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1995. Reprint. Hardcover. 080143226X . Gray cloth binding. Introduction by Robert W. Venables. Xxvii, 89 pages, maps, photos. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall .

$23.00

League of the Iroquois
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League of the Iroquois

By Morgan, Lewis Henry

Secaucus, NJ: Citadel Press. Very Good. 1962. Reprint; Later Printing. Softcover. 0806509171 . xviii, 477 pages. Black and white illustrations and appendixes. A reprint edition of this classic study of an American Indian tribe originally published in the 1850s. .

$14.00

Taos Pueblo
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Taos Pueblo

By Wood, Nancy

NY: Alfred A. Knopf. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1989. First Edition. Hardcover. 0394560329 . Introduction by Vine Deloria, Jr. Orange cloth. xxv, 162pp, bibliography. Photographs and text documenting the history and culture of Taos Pueblo in northern New Mexico. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall .

$15.00

Myths and Legends of the New York Iroquois
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Myths and Legends of the New York Iroquois

Albany, NY: State Education Department. Very Good; Covers toned.. 1974. Reprint. Softcover. White pictorial softcover. Reprint of Museum Bulletin 125, originally published in 1908. Illustrations. ; 195 pages .

$15.00

The Indians of Texas in 1830
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The Indians of Texas in 1830

By Berlandier, Jean Louis; Ewers, John C. (editor)

Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Jacket price-clipped and rubbed.. 1969. 1st English Language Edition. Hardcover. 0874740819 . Edited and introduced by John C. Ewers. Translated by Patricia Reading Leclercq. Smithsonian Publication 4745. Maroon blindstamped cloth binding with titles stamped in gilt on spine. xi, 209 pp. Index, bibliography. Many illustrations and photos, including some in color. The first English language publication of the French botanists research and observations on Native American culture from his 1828 expedition into present-day Texas. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall .

$30.00

Life of Tecumseh, and of His Brother the Prophet;  With a Historical  Sketch of the Shawanoe Indians
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Life of Tecumseh, and of His Brother the Prophet; With a Historical Sketch of the Shawanoe Indians

By Drake, Benjamin

Cincinnati: E. Morgan & Co.. Good with no dust jacket; Bookplate on front pastedown, boards soiled and . worn, foxing and staining, splits at head of spine, spine cracked.. 1850. Later Edition. Hardcover. Original brown blindstamped cloth. iii-viii, 9-235pp. Two woodcut plates at rear depicting not Tecumseh, but Old Tippecanoe, Gen. William Henry Harrison, in Battle of the Thames, and Proctor demanding that Harrison surrender Fort Meigs. Ex-Baltimore IOOF-copy. Howes D-460, Sabin 20811. Short history of Shawnee Indians and biography of Shawnee and Indian Confederacy leader Tecumseh, who died at the Battle of the Thames. ; Ex-Library; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall .

$100.00

The Death and Rebirth of the Seneca
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The Death and Rebirth of the Seneca

By Wallace, Anthony F. C.

NY: Alfred A. Knopf. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Dampstain at top margins of front and . rear endpapers, some light finger soiling, jacket price-clipped and . edgeworn.. 1970. First Edition. Hardcover. Brown cloth binding. xiii, 384pp, index. Notes and references, bibliography, maps, illustrations. "This book about the greatest of the northeastern Indian tribes re-creates an extraordinary culture and narrates the epic story of the collapse and renascence of a people" (from front jacket flap). .

$17.00

Schoolcraft: the Literary Voyager or Muzzeniegun
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Schoolcraft: the Literary Voyager or Muzzeniegun

By Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe; Mason, Philip P. (editor)

Michigan State University Press. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Jacket toned and lightly soiled.. 1962. First Edition. Hardcover. Red cloth binding. xxvi, 193pp. Index, notes, frontispiece illustration. Illustrated endpapers. Edited and with an introduction by Philip P. Mason. Publication of the issues No. 1 - 15 of the manuscript publication of The Literary Voyager, by Henry Rowe Schoolcraft. This manuscript magazine of Schoolcraft's observations of Native American history and culture was originally produced in 1826-27. .

$30.00

Joseph Brant (Thayendanegea)
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Joseph Brant (Thayendanegea)

By Thomas, Howard

Prospect, NY: Prospect Books. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Gift inscription on front free . endpaper, jacket lightly rubbed.. 1973. First Printing. Hardcover. 0913710040 . A biography of the Mohawk Indian chief who befriended Sir William Johnson (who married Brant's sister Molly) and played a pivotal role with the British forces during the American Revolutionary War siege of Fort Stanwix, Battle of Oriskany and Cherry Valley massacre in upstate New York. Red cloth binding. ; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall; 176 pages .

$15.00

The Complete Book of Indian Crafts and Lore
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The Complete Book of Indian Crafts and Lore

By Hunt, W. Ben

NY: Golden Press. Very Good with no dust jacket; Boards lightly scuffed.. 1970. Later Printing. Hardcover. Pictorial boards. Many color illustrations. Index. A vintage book about how to make all kinds of Native American items, including beadwork, moccasins, tipis, pipes and bags, as well as information about music, games, dances, and names. ; Ex-Library; 104 pages .

$20.00

And Still the Waters Run
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And Still the Waters Run

By Debo, Angie

Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Foxing to edges of boards and jacket, . page tops and endpapers foxed, quarter-sized stain on fore-edge, jacket . toned.. 1940. First Edition. Hardcover. Gray cloth with green cloth spine stamped in silver. x, 417 pp. Bibliography, index, two maps. Uncommon first edition of this influential classic of Native American history. Documents how the state and federal government leaders forced the five civilized tribes (Seminoles, Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, and Creek) out of their homelands and then out of their lands in the Oklahoma Territory. The University of Oklahoma Press was pressured by local politicos to reject publication of the book, and it was subsequently published by Princeton University Press. .

$400.00

The Chauncey C. Nash Collection:  Contemporary Canadian Eskimo Art
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The Chauncey C. Nash Collection: Contemporary Canadian Eskimo Art

By Pool, Beekman H.

Boston: The Club of Odd Volumes. Very Good; Light soiling to covers.. 1964. Softcover. Pictorial softcover. Preface by J. O. Brew, Director of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. 11 pp of text, suggested reading, 24 plates, including some in color. Inscribed by Brew on the front free endpaper. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

$25.00

These Were the Sioux
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These Were the Sioux

By Sandoz, Mari

NY: Hastings House. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Jacket rubbed and price-clipped, . hinges tender, owner name embossed on rear flyleaf.. 1961. First Edition. Hardcover. Red decorative cloth binding. Illustrations by Sioux artists Kills Two and Bad Heart Bill. The author grew up in Nebraska and counted many Sioux Indians among her neighbors and friends. ; 118 pages .

$20.00

Indian Boyhood
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Indian Boyhood

By Eastman, Charles A.

Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page & Company. Very Good with no dust jacket; Spine title lightly faded, boards rubbed, . neat previous owner inscription on flyleaf.. 1916. Later Printing. Hardcover. Maroon cloth with titles in gold, front cover color illustration, top edge gilt. viii, 289 pages. Black and white illustrations. Author's memoir of his early life among the Dakota Sioux in the late 1800s. .

$30.00

The Mohicans of Stockbridge
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The Mohicans of Stockbridge

By Frazier, Patrick

Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press. Very Good; Covers scuffed.. 1992. Softcover. 0803268823 . xviii, 307 pp, index, illustrations, notes, sources. .

$10.00

Wampum Belts & Peace Trees:  George Morgan, Native Americans, and  Revolutionary Diplomacy
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Wampum Belts & Peace Trees: George Morgan, Native Americans, and Revolutionary Diplomacy

By Schaaf, Gregory

Golden, CO: Fulcrum Publishing. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Front jacket flap creased.. 1990. First Printing. Hardcover. 1555910645 . Gray paper boards quarter bound in maroon cloth. xxiv, 278 pages. Black and white photos, map, notes, and index. The story of the relationship between the American rebels and the Native Americans containing documentary information on the first United States-Indian peace treaty in 1776. .

$20.00

Plains Indian Raiders:  The Final Phases of Warfare from the Arkansas to  the Red River
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Plains Indian Raiders: The Final Phases of Warfare from the Arkansas to the Red River

By Nye, Wilbur Sturtevant

Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Foxing to edges, jacket chipped at . corners and spine.. 1968. First Edition. Hardcover. Black cloth binding. xx, 418 pp, index, maps, bibliography. Many photographs by William S. Soule. Historical account of the military subjugation of the Kiowas, Kiowa-Apaches, Comanches, Cheyennes, and Arapahoes in the 1860s-1880s and their removal to reservations in Indian Territory. .

$25.00

Journey to the People
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Journey to the People

By Clark, Ann Nolan

NY: Viking. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Jacket rubbed.. 1969. First Edition. Hardcover. A memoir about the Newbery Award winner's teaching career among the Suni, Navajo, Pueblo, and other tribes of the American Southwest. Clark also taught among the Dakota Sioux and indigenous people of Guatemala and Peru. ; 128 pages .

$20.00

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