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The Sausalito-Indian Navy
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The Sausalito-Indian Navy

By Bowen, Peter; Townes, Brooks

Peter Bowen and Brooks Townes, 1999. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). Very Good. Unmarked text. Photographs by Brooks Townes. First person accounts of events immediately leading to the invasion of Alcatraz in 1969 by the Alcatraz Indians and how that event played out. The Alcatraz occupation lasted until June, 1971.

$12.00

Powhoge: An Exhibition of Pottery and Paintings from a Family in San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico
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Powhoge: An Exhibition of Pottery and Paintings from a Family in San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico

By Center for the Arts of Indian America

Washington DC: Center for the Arts of Indian America, 1967. Booklet (Saddle Stitched). Good. Unmarked. Some bumps on cover. Catalog for an exhibition at the Center for the Arts of Indian America and the Institute of American Indian Arts. Illustrated in black and white. Photos by Laura Gilpin, short poetic texts by various writers, brief concluding note by Lloyd H. New. 20p.

$12.00

The Hopi Villages (The Ancient Province of Tusayan)
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The Hopi Villages (The Ancient Province of Tusayan)

By Powell, John Wesley

Filter Press, 1972. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). Very Good. Unmarked text. Glossary of Hopi towns. Extensively illustrated in B/W. 36p.

$12.00

Indians of New Mexico
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Indians of New Mexico

By Roberts, Kathaleen

New Mexico Commerce and Industry Department, nd. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). Very Good. Unmarked. Small corner crease on cover. Illustrated throughout. Map. Covers Acoma, Laguna, Cochiti, Santo Domingo, San Felipe, Santa Ana, Zia, Isleta, Sandia, Taos, Nambe, Tesuque, and more. Calendar of Indian Ceremonies in New Mexico. 24p. Measures 8x9 inches.

$12.00

Kachina Dolls: Cut and Color
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Kachina Dolls: Cut and Color

By Bischoff, Eugene H; Bischoff, Kay

Eukabi Publishers, 1952. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). Very Good. Unmarked. Twenty-one dolls to cut and color. One page introduction. A Kachina is a spirit being in the religious beliefs of the Pueblo people. Kachina rituals are practiced by the Hopi, Zuni, Hopi-Tewa and certain Keresan tribes.

$12.00

Oglala Women: Myth, Ritual, and Reality (Women in Culture and Society)
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Oglala Women: Myth, Ritual, and Reality (Women in Culture and Society)

By Powers, Marla N

University of Chicago Press, 1988. Paperback. Very Good. Unmarked text. Previous owner's stamp inside cover. Based on interviews and life histories collected over more than twenty-five years of study on the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota. Section of 35 photographic plates. Notes. References. Index. Measures 5.25x8.5 inches.

$12.00

Canadian Inuit Sculpture
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Canadian Inuit Sculpture

By Ministry of Indian Affairs and Northern Development

Ottawa: Ministry of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 1992. Booklet (Saddle Stitched). Very Good. Unmarked text. Black and white illustrations. 19p. Index. Map. Section on authenticity and a table of the Inuktitut Syllabic Writing System. Measures 8.5 inches square.

$12.00

This is Our Land
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This is Our Land

By Bourque, Jim

Northwest Territories Renewable Resources, 1986. Booklet (Saddle Stitched). Very Good. Unmarked booklet. Illustrated in color. 17p. Measures 6.75x10 inches. Presents the value of supporting anti-sealing and anti-fur boycotts and lobbies in light of their effects on other cultures which depend upon the harvest of animal and sea resources for their way of life.

$15.00

Indians of Southern California
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Indians of Southern California

By Underhill, Ruth

Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1941. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). Very Good. Unmarked. Illustrated with photographs and drawings by Velino Herrera. 73p. Measures 7.25x10 inches. Topics include music, family, sacred stories, history, and more. Bibliography. Section on Indian Life and Custom books.

$12.00

An Outline Dictionary of Maya Glyphs with a Concordance and Analysis of Their Relationships
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An Outline Dictionary of Maya Glyphs with a Concordance and Analysis of Their Relationships

By Gates, William

Dover, 1978. Paperback. Very Good. Unmarked. In this study of the hieroglyphs in 3 surviving Maya codices, the author has tabulated all character variants, worked out meanings, and has interrelated these meanings with Maya culture. About 3,000 symbols covered, all clearly drawn. Topics include day signs, month signs, calendric signs, animal figures, face signs, and more. Reference key table. 204p. 2 color plates inside cover. Illustrated throughout.

$12.00

Northwest Coast Indian Art: An Analysis of Form
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Northwest Coast Indian Art: An Analysis of Form

By Holm, Bill

University of Washington Press, 2001. Paperback. Very Good. Unmarked text. Thomas Burke Memorial Washington State Museum Monograph No. 1. Illustrated. 76 illustrations, line and photograph, look at the work of the Northwest Coast Indians. 115p. Topics range from the historical background to symbolism and realism. Bibliography.

$14.00

The Right to Be Indian
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The Right to Be Indian

By Schusky, Ernest Lester

American Indian Historical Society, 1970. Paperback. Good. Unmarked text. Bumped corners. Includes lain in membership application and letter on the society's programs. 67pp. Bibliography/References.

$12.00

Indians of Sequoia and Kings Canyon
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Indians of Sequoia and Kings Canyon

By Elasser, A. B

Sequoia Natural History Association, 1988. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). Very Good. Unmarked text. Topics range from the Archeological background to means of subsistence and customs. Bibliography. Illustrations and maps. 56p.

$12.00

Indian Doctor: Nature's Method of Curing and Preventing Disease According to the Indians
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Indian Doctor: Nature's Method of Curing and Preventing Disease According to the Indians

By Doane, Nancy Locke

Nancy Locke Doane, 1985. Paperback. Very Good. Unmarked. Illustrated. An example of how early pioneers handled their medical problems and are in no way to be construed for use as a substitute to modern medical techniques. Topics include poisons and treatments, receipts, and a botanic garden of herbs. 60p.

$12.00

Indian Villages of the Southwest
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Indian Villages of the Southwest

By Mays, Buddy

Chronicle Books, 1985. Paperback. Very Good. Unmarked text. Price crossed out on back cover. Well illustrated. A practical guide to the Pueblo Indian Villages of New Mexico and Arizona. Text and photographs by Buddy Mays. Includes the Hopi, Jemez, Laguna, San Felipe, San Juan, Taos, Zuni and others. Calendar of Indian dances and ceremonies open to the public. List of Indian pronunciations. Guide to Indian dances. Bibliography. 105p.

$12.00

Navaho Neighbors
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Navaho Neighbors

By Newcomb, Franc Johnson

University of Oklahoma Press, 1972. Paperback. Very Good. Unmarked text. An illustrated study of the everyday life of the Navahos early in the 20th century. Price sticker on cover. Index. 260p.

$12.00

This is a Hopi Kachina
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This is a Hopi Kachina

By Wright, Barton; Roat, Evelyn

The Museum of Northern Arizona, 1970. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). Very Good. Unmarked. Fourth printing. Illustrated throughout with color and black/white images. Maps. 29p. A Kachina is a spirit being in the religious beliefs of the Pueblo people. Kachina rituals are practiced by the Hopi, Zuni, Hopi-Tewa and certain Keresan tribes

$12.00

The Indians of Canada: A Survey
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The Indians of Canada: A Survey

By Rogers, Edward S

Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), 1970. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). Good. Unmarked. Bumped corners. 20p. Illustrated. Bibliography. One of a series of six guides to the Indians of Canada.

$12.00

Ray Manley's The Fine Art of Navajo Weaving
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Ray Manley's The Fine Art of Navajo Weaving

By Getzwiller, Steve

Sante Fe: Ray Manley, 1984. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). Very Good. Unmarked. Profusely illustrated. Reading list. 49p. Measures 9x12 inches. Also includes three loose items: a 7-page, stapled chronology of Navajo weaving, "Datsolalee: A Washoe Basketmaker's Leap from Anonymity by Ronald McCoy" (Antiques and Fine Art, no date), and a 26-page collection of articles on Navajo Weavings put together by Cristof's.

$14.00

The Blood Runs Like a River Through My Dreams
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The Blood Runs Like a River Through My Dreams

By Nasdijj

Houghton Mifflin, 2000. Hardcover. Very Good/very good. Unmarked text. Series of essays that cohere into a spiritual autobiography. This book tells what it is like to be Native American. Book Sense 76 pick. Unclipped dust jacket. 216p.

$12.00

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