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cover of Good Times: vol. 3, #46, Nov. 20, 1970: I Fought With the Viet Cong & Inside the Prison Strike

Good Times: vol. 3, #46, Nov. 20, 1970: I Fought With the Viet Cong & Inside the Prison Strike

by Good Times Commune, Dick Gaik, S/B Glick, Sandy Darlington, John Baldwin, Colin Campbell, Diane Di Prima, et al.

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1970
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San Francisco: Good Times Commune, 1970. Newspaper. 24p., folded tabloid underground newspaper, news, opinion, reports, actions, psychedelia, ads, illustrations, photos, lightly-worn and creased newsprint with address label on front page. Originally San Francisco Express Times. Cover photos of Mao as football quarterback: "Carry the Revolution to All Fields!" and a Native American from Alcatraz in full ceremonial… Read more
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cover of GCN: Gay Community News; the gay weekly; vol. 7, #47, June 21, 1980; Maurice Kenny; Gay Native American Poet

GCN: Gay Community News; the gay weekly; vol. 7, #47, June 21, 1980; Maurice Kenny; Gay Native American Poet

by Burns, Richard , Denise Sudell & Amy Hoffman, editors, Maurice Kenny, David Morris, Ann Maguire, Michael Glover, Joyce Levine, et al.

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Published
1980
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Boston: GCN, 1980. Newspaper. 20p. folded tabloid newspaper on newsprint, news, opinion, articles, events, ads, photos, services and resources, lightly worn & toned. Interview with Kenny. Also: Carter Supports Gay Rights Plank. Gay Cuban Refugees: Where Do They Go? Beatings at Somewhere. Margie Adams Sings for the ERA. Building the Lavender Left. Boston's LGBTQ newspaper which started in… Read more
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cover of Pierre Eugene Du Simitiere, His American Museum 200 Years After. An Exhibition at the Library Company of Philadelphia .. July to October 1985

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Philadelphia: the Library Company, 1985. Pamphlet. Unpaginated, about forty pages, profuse entries are keyboard-set and number-coded in sub-sets according to type of collection. Amidst the text find manuscript and pictorial facsimiles. Softbound as an 11x8.5 inch pamphlet; staples have rusted with a touch of migration, covers bear an inconspicuous crimp and a small rust seep, else immaculate. A good… Read more
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cover of Race, Discourse, and the Origin of the Americas; A New World View

Race, Discourse, and the Origin of the Americas; A New World View

by Hyatt, Vera Lawrence and Rex Nettleford, editors; Foreword by Robert McCormick Adams

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1995
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Washington and London: Smithsonian Institute Press, 1995. Hardcover. 302p., Hardcover in original dustjacket, 6.25x8 inches; some soiling on top edge, light shelfwear, else in good condition. Contributors include Sylvia Wynter, Antonio Benítez-Rojo, Maurice Bazin, Russell Thornton, and Ivan van Sertima.
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cover of Prepared by T.R. Young, Red Feather Institute, Colorado; Criticism/Self-Criticism. Some Questions and Issues for Socialist Social Scientists at the Friday Mornien Crientation and C/SC Workshop

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Colorado: Self-published by the author, 1976. Handbill. Single-sided 8.5x11 inch sheet; minor pen notation on back-side from a conference attendee, edges slightly curling and toned, else good. Discusses the discontent of the 1976 conference and its heavy emphasis on a crit/self-crit session.
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cover of There is No Word for Goodbye: page

There is No Word for Goodbye: page

by TallMountain, Mary

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Published
1981
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Marvin, SD: Blue Cloud Quarterly, 1981. Staplebound. [24p.], staplebound, 5.5x8.25 inches. Signed and inscribed on the title page. Staples rusted, else very good. TallMountain was born in 1918 in Alaska to mixed Russian, Native American, and Scottish-Irish heritage. She was adopted from her Athabascan village by a family in Oregon, and later moved to San Francisco. She went on… Read more
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cover of Working People in Alberta: A History

Working People in Alberta: A History

by Finkel, Alvin; with contributions by Jason Foster, Winston Gereluk, et al.

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Published
2012
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9781926836584
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Edmonton, AB: AU Press, Athabasca University, 2012. Paperback. xii, 345p., wraps, 10.5x9 inches landscape format, illus., very good condition. Includes a section on workers in Alberta's indigenous communities.
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cover of The Fancy Dancer

The Fancy Dancer

by Warren, Patricia Nell

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Published
1977
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9780553103878
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New York: Bantam Books, 1977. Paperback. 249p., first Bantam printing, very good mass-market paperback in pictorial wraps. Young 4003*. "Vidal Stump is a hellion, a drifter, a brawlung, motorcycling, Indian half-breed on the warpath. He's tough, proud and gay -
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cover of Earth First! The radical environmental journal; 30th Anniversary Edition, Volume 1

Earth First! The radical environmental journal; 30th Anniversary Edition, Volume 1

by Agumala, Nettle, Panagioti, Russ, and Sasha, editorial collective

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Published
2010
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Tucson, AZ: Earth First! Journal, 2010. Magazine. 104p., glossy wraps with newsprint pages, 8x10.5 inches, illus., very good condition. Articles on the history of Earth First!, the Green Scare, indigineous resistance, the animal liberation movement, and more.
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cover of Free Dacajeweiah!

Free Dacajeweiah!

by Dacajeweiah, [Hill, John] ; Governor Hugh L Carey, addressee

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Published
1976
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[Albany, NY]: n.pub, 1976. Postcard. Double-sided postcard, 5.75x3.5 inches; illustrated, slight rubbing on back, else in very good condition. Dacajeweiah, or John B. Hill, was a participant in the Attica uprising.
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cover of Brad Kahlhamer: Friendly Frontier

Brad Kahlhamer: Friendly Frontier

by Kahlhamer, Brad

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Published
1999
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New York: Deitch Projects, 1999. Paperback. [20p.], perfect bound exhibition catalog, 6x8.25 inches, very good. Illustrated profusely with Kahlhamer's art, including five fold-out pages. Kahlhamer was born in Tucson in 1956 to Native American parents but was adopted by a German American family shortly afterward, and raised in Wisconsin. He moved to New York City in the 1980s and… Read more
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cover of History of One Flag to fly over the United States of the World / United Peace World Empire Magna Carta

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Cape Cod, MA: the author, 1939. Pamphlet. A quite elaborately laid out, four-panel brochure, just over 9 inches wide and a full four feet tall when completely unfolded, then opening to reveal the text of the Magna Carta and additional material. Some minor stains, generally very good. Not found in OCLC, though there are so many conceivable ways to… Read more
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cover of A Legend from Crazy Horse Clan

A Legend from Crazy Horse Clan

by Big Crow, Moses Nelson (Eyo Hiktepi)

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Published
1987
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Chamberlain, SD: Tipi Press, 1987. Paperback. [33p.], paperback, 7.75x9.75 inches. Top right corner of cover creased, else very good. Children's book about a Lakota girl who gets separated from her family after a buffalo stampede.
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cover of Michael Coleman / Themes of the Hunt. May 1-31, 1985. Wunderlich & Company Inc

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New York: Wunderlich & Company, 1985. Pamphlet. 32p., profuse b&w and color reproductions (reproduced well) softbound in 9x9 inch diecut printed wraps, A fine copy in every respect, even the diecut is unmolested. Laid in find three standard leaves corner-stapled, a mimeo'd list of prices with holograph indicators of certain ones sold.
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cover of Indigenous woman; a publication of the indigenous women's network, volume I, number III

Indigenous woman; a publication of the indigenous women's network, volume I, number III

by Butler, Nilak, Lea Fousee, Marsha Gomez, Winona LaDuke, Inrgid Washinawatok-El Issa, et al, editors

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n.d.
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Lake Elmo, MN: Indigenous Woman's Network, n.d.. Magazine. 50p., 8.25x10.75 inch pictorial wraps; hptos., illus., cartoons, two price stickers on front wraps, wraps somewhat rubbed, wraps foxing.
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cover of MELUS: the journal of the Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States. Volume 34, no. 2, Summer 2009; Special Issue: Ethnicity and Ecocriticism

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Storrs, CT: University of Connecticut, 2009. Paperback. 213p., wraps, 6x9 inches, wraps shelfworn else very good condition. Articles and reviews on the works of Gloria Anzaldua, David Mas Masumoto, Leslie Marmon Silko, Craig Womack, and more.
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cover of MELUS: the journal of the Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States. Volume 6, Number 1, Spring 1979: Oppression and Ethnic Literature

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npl: Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States, 1979. Paperback. 96p., wraps, 6x9 inches, wraps lightly worn, spine and edges of rear wrap sunned, small chip on front wrap, else good condition. Articles on slave songs, the writings of Ralph Ellison, Phyllis Wheatley, and Langston Hughes, a bibliography of Native American Novels, and more.… Read more
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cover of The Loss Letters

The Loss Letters

by Tate, Bronwen; Holden, Ming

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Published
2011
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Palo Alto: Dusie, 2011. Sewn Binding. [43p.], sewn-bound chapbook, 5.75x8.75 inches. Small stain on top edge, else very good. Numbered 113 of 150. First printing. Only 3 copies found in OCLC as of June 2022. Tate is a citizen of the Chickasaw Nation, and teaches creative writing at the University of British Columbia. Holden co-founded and served as Editor-in-Chief… Read more
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cover of Red Buffalo, a Radical Journal of American Studies. Summer 1971

Red Buffalo, a Radical Journal of American Studies. Summer 1971

by Brover, Charles; Jefferson Davis; Hal Hamilton; John Mohawk; John Trimbur; editors

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Published
1971
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Buffalo, NY: State University of New York at Buffalo, 1971. Paperback. 118p. paperback journal, very good. First issue. This premier number is devoted to Native American issues. Includes an interview with Rarihokwats / Jerry Gambill, the editor of Akwesasne Notes.
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cover of These Were the Sioux

These Were the Sioux

by Sandoz, Mari

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Published
1961
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New York: Hastings House, 1961. Hardcover. 118p., note on the srt and artists, foreword, good first edition in red cloth boards with vignette and lightly-worn unclipped red dj.
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