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Maya Hieroglyphic Writing ;  An Introduction  Civilization of American  Indian  An Introduction
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Maya Hieroglyphic Writing ; An Introduction Civilization of American Indian An Introduction

By Thompson, J. Eric S.

University of Oklahoma Press. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1960. Hardcover. 0806104473 . hardcover; green cloth boards in the original dust jacket. Very Good condition In Very Good dust jacket in Clear protective cover. Previous owner's book plate. " Maya Hieroglyphic Writing: An Introduction " ; Civilization of American Indian .

$37.50

The Lone Indian
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The Lone Indian

By Callahan, Robert E.

Los Angeles, CA: Robert E. Callahan. Very Good in Good dust jacket. 1933. First Edition. Hardcover. Signed by Author . XX, 344 pp. Illustrations are sepia colored, primarily photographs. A nice copy in red cloth with black lettering on spine and front board, minimal wear includes light edge rub and bumped corner tips. Map endpages. Inscribed by the author in pencil on the dedication page, dated 1942. The dust jacket is worn and has been repaired with archival tape, it is not price clipped ($2.00). The text block edges are dust soiled. Callahan was a big part of the entertainment industry in California, silent film, theater and radio. He also created two successful American Indian theme parks. Callahan produced a number of syndicated radio programs during the Thirties which celebrated the Indian way of life, their contributions to the American West, and the beauty of Indian Culture. Callahan, was a big fan of Helen Hunt Jackson's book "Ramona." He authored the original Ramona Pageant, which is still held to this day in Hemet. ; 8vo .

$45.00

The Native Americans ;  An Illustrated History  An Illustrated History
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The Native Americans ; An Illustrated History An Illustrated History

By Thomas, David Hurst & Jay Miller & Richard White & Peter Nabokov & Jr. Alvin M. Josephy

Turner Pub. Very Good in Good dust jacket. 1993. Hardcover. 9781878685421 . First Printing. Hardcover in white boards Very Good unmarked in Good jacket Edge wear and small tares. Dust Jacket is in clear removable protective cover. " Spanning thousands of years, this comprehensive history of the diverse native American cultures ranges from the time when humans first set foot in America and provides incisive analyses of modern-day issues and problems. " ; 12 X 9.20 X 0.90 inches; 479 pp pages .

$7.50

Indian Nations of North America
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Indian Nations of North America

By Geographic, National & Rick Hill & Teri Frazier & George Horsecapture & Herman Viola

National Geographic. Very Good in Good dust jacket. 2010. Hardcover. 142620664X . Hardcover in orange cloth boards w gray cloth spine, in VG unmarked in G jacket with Protective cover. " Walk with the indigenous people who settled North America —and with their descendants, whose more than 500 tribes range from the Arctic Circle across the Great Plains and to the Eastern Seaboard. Lakota, Cherokee, Navajo, Haida: these groups and many others are profiled in engaging entries and portrayed in magnificent images and maps that authentically evoke each tribe's history and character. Organized into eight geographical regions, this encyclopedic reference gives fascinating details about key tribes within each area: their beliefs, sustenance, shelter, alliances, interaction with nature, historic events, and more. Learn about the spiritual and cultural traditions of Native Americans across the continent...investigate how and when each tribe came into contact with Europeans, and how their lives changed. " ; 10.87 X 9.53 X 1.26 inches; 384 pp pages .

$7.50

The Toughest Indian in the World
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The Toughest Indian in the World

By Alexie, Sherman

Atlantic Monthly Press. Good in Good dust jacket. 2000. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 0871138018 . First Edition, First Printing. Ex-Library Hardcover in Very Good unmarked in Very Good jacket with Protective cover. " A collection of stories about young Native Americans introduces a surprising cast of characters who live and love in two worlds, balancing their Indian heritage and traditions against the realities of the modern world. " ; Ex-Library; 8.30 X 5.70 X 1 inches; 238 pp pages .

$6.00

Tailholt Tales
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Tailholt Tales

By Latta, Frank F.

Santa Cruz, CA: Bear State Books. Near Fine. 1976. Hardcover. Pp. xx, 323; profusely illustrated with photographs. Latta's books on the Yokut Indians are regarded as some of the finest work on the native indigenous peoples of the San Joaquin Valley. Tailholt Tales, is a much expanded version of the Thomas Jefferson Mayfield, ("Uncle Jeff"), memoir (1936). A well-researched work of the San Joaquin Valley pioneer and his life with the Yokuts Indians. Mayfield, the youngest son of a settler on the Kern River, grew up in a Yokuts village, following the death of his mother. Green cloth with black design by Arizona artist Joe Rodriquez. Green end pages; minor wear to the ends and bumped corners. An exceptionally nice copy. ; 8vo .

$71.25

Tailholt Tales
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Tailholt Tales

By Latta, Frank F.

Santa Cruz, CA: Bear State Books. Near Fine. 1976. Hardcover. Pp. xx, 323; profusely illustrated with photographs. Latta's books on the Yokut Indians are regarded as some of the finest work on the native indigenous peoples of the San Joaquin Valley. Tailholt Tales, is a much expanded version of the Thomas Jefferson Mayfield, ("Uncle Jeff"), memoir (1936). A well-researched work of the San Joaquin Valley pioneer and his life with the Yokuts Indians. Mayfield, the youngest son of a settler on the Kern River, grew up in a Yokuts village, following the death of his mother. Green cloth with black design by Arizona artist Joe Rodriquez. Green end pages; minor wear to the ends and bumped corners. An exceptionally nice copy. ; 8vo .

$71.25

The Roll Call of the Iroquois Chiefs : A Study of a Mnemonic Cane from the  Six Nations Reserve (With Plates)
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The Roll Call of the Iroquois Chiefs : A Study of a Mnemonic Cane from the Six Nations Reserve (With Plates)

By Fenton, William

Washington: Smithsonian Institution. Very Good. 1950. First Edition. Softcover. Original brown paper wraps with black lettering. Pp iv, 73, + plates. Illust., folding charts and tables. Footnotes & Bibliography. Clean bright pages, some pages remain uncut. Title page has a short closed tear. Edges worn. Subject is The religious aspects of Iroquois Indians rites and ceremonies (use of) staffs (sticks, canes, etc.) This monograph sets the historical and cultural context for canes, specifically a condolence cane collected about 1920 from Six Nations of the Grand River. In this important work Fenton presents the list of Six Nations Chiefs as recorded on the condolence cane. He describes its function; and provides an interpretation of the pictographs on the cane. A foldout diagram of the cane is provided. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections Volume 111, Number 15. February 16, 1950. ; 8vo .

$18.75

Seminole Music : Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology  Bulletin 161
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Seminole Music : Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 161

By Densmore, Frances

Washington: Government Printing Office. Near Fine. 1956. Hardcover. Brown cloth with gilt spine title and Smithsonian seal embossed on the front panel. xxviii, 223 pp. [14 plates] with 43 b&w photographs; and frontispiece. Small 1" x 1/2" name plate inked out inside the cover, no other markings. Top edge soil, ends bumped. A nice copy. Frances Densmore was an American anthropologist and ethnographer. She devoted over 50 years of study and preservation of Native American music amassing a collection of thousands of song recordings, including 2400 transcribed songs In collaboration with the Bureau of American Ethnology of the Smithsonian. Densmore "aspired to prevent the misrepresentation of Indian music in the media and the underrepresentation of true Indian music in scientific inquiry, and she suggested that the two were linked." (Smithsonian Institute.) ; 8vo .

$15.00

Tapestries in Sand ;  The Spirit of Indian Sandpainting  The Spirit of  Indian Sandpainting
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Tapestries in Sand ; The Spirit of Indian Sandpainting The Spirit of Indian Sandpainting

By Villasenor, David

Naturegraph Publishers. Very Good. 1966. Softcover. 091101022X . Softcover with some edge wear a nice copy. ; 8.40 X 5.50 X 0.30 inches; 112 pp pages .

$6.00

Southwest Indian Craft Arts
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Southwest Indian Craft Arts

By Tanner, Clara Lee

Tucson, Arizona: University of Arizona Press. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1975. Sixth Printing.. Hardcover. 0816500835 . 6th printing. Bumped edge, faded jacket spine. Teal cloth with silver lettering on the spine and front cover with minimal edge wear, the dust jacket is corner clipped else fine in an archival cover; illustrated profusely with color and black and white photographs. Map. Contents: Culture Molds The Craft Arts; Baskets; Textiles; Pottery; Silver and Jewelry; Kachina Dolls and Carving; Minor Crafts (drums, flutes, glass bead work, etc.) The crafts, both traditional and new ideas of the Southwest tribes, covering materials, techniques, forms, styles, designs and design elements of various craft arts and their makers. "Indispensable to collectors of Indian crafts, anthropologists, museums and to all others interest in Indians of the Southwest." ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; [4], 1-206 pages .

$22.50

This Land, These Voices: A Different View of Arizona History in the Words  of Those Who Lived It.
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This Land, These Voices: A Different View of Arizona History in the Words of Those Who Lived It.

By Chanin, Abe & Mildred Chanin

Tucson, Arizona: Midbar Press. Very Good. 1988. Softcover. Signed by Author; 0873581644 . (1977) SIGNED by Author. Inscribed by both author's. Reading crease else a clean, straight copy. "To Edith and Lou with the best of wishes." Former owner's stamp on title page. ; 9.60 X 7 X 1.20 inches; 266 pp pages .

$13.50

Children of the People The Navaho Individual and His Development
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Children of the People The Navaho Individual and His Development

By Leighton, Dorothea M.D. and Clyde Kluckhohn Ph.D.

London: Harvard University. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1947. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 0674427866 . Tight in Very Good condition with jacket in Very Good condition light or moderate wear. In Mylar protective cover. "The aim of this study of the Navaho as an individual is to bring together all that is known about Navaho psychology or Navaho personality." ; 8vo.; 277 pp pages .

$18.75

Southwest Indian Craft Arts
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Southwest Indian Craft Arts

By Tanner, Clara Lee

Tucson, Arizona: University of Arizona Press. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 1975. Fifth Printing.. Hardcover. 0816500835 . Exceptionally nice copy, teal cloth with silver lettering on the spine and front cover with minimal edge wear, the dust jacket is corner clipped else fine in an archival cover; illustrated profusely with color and black and white photographs. Map. Contents: Culture Molds The Craft Arts; Baskets; Textiles; Pottery; Silver and Jewelry; Kachina Dolls and Carving; Minor Crafts (drums, flutes, glass bead work, etc.) The crafts, both traditional and new ideas of the Southwest tribes, covering materials, techniques, forms, styles, designs and design elements of various craft arts and their makers. "Indispensable to collectors of Indian crafts, anthropologists, museums and to all others interest in Indians of the Southwest." ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; [4], 1-206 pages .

$22.50

Our Angry Earth
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Our Angry Earth

By Asimov, Isaac & Frederik Pohl

New York: Tom Doherty Associates. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 1991. First Edition. Hardcover. Black paper w/silver lettering. Just about fine in like jacket. From the back "This book is not an opinion piece. It is a scientific survey of the situation that threatens us all, and if says what we can do to mitigate the situation" Isaac Asimov. "The one ecology book to read, if you've read no others...A wake call to the planet's citizens...a clear, compelling call for action now." Michael McCloskey, chairman of the Sierra Club. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; [vii], xii, [3], 4-323 pp. pages .

$22.50

Hopi and Hopi-Tewa Pottery: Volume 49, No. 3
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Hopi and Hopi-Tewa Pottery: Volume 49, No. 3

By N/A

Flagstaff, AZ: Museum of Northern Azrizona. Very Good+. 1977, 1993. First Edition. Softcover. fifth printing. Pictorial stiff wrap, very light edge wear, cover bright, no markings. Fully illustrated with photographs. Back cover offers Hopi Pottery identification outline and design. Bibliography. Laid in article: Memories of Maria - Maria Martinez Native American artist. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 32pp. pages .

$7.50

Harmony by Hand:  Art of the Southwest Indians Basketry, Weaving, Pottery
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Harmony by Hand: Art of the Southwest Indians Basketry, Weaving, Pottery

By Houlihan, Patrick; Jerold Collings; Sara Nestor; Jonathan Batkin

San Francisco: Chronicle Books. Near Fine. 1987. Softcover. 0877014264 . Stiff pictorial covers w/flap, price intact. Second printing. Clean throughout, light smudge on the cover's corner and tone on the edges. From the back: ...Masterpieces of each art form are collected here in reproduction, enhanced by expert discussion, historical photography, and images of the Southwest. Houlihan is known for preservation of Indian art and artifacts. Nestor is a writer and editor of Southwester culture publications; Batkin as the Curator of the Taylor Museum of the Colorado springs Fine Arts Center devoted much time to interpretation and comprehensive research on Pueblo pottery and textiles, Navajo Textiles and Athabaskan clothing and beadwork; Collins is an accomplished weaver and artist. Photography by Jerry Jacka. Produced and designed by McQuiston & Daughter, winners of national and international awards for graphic excellence. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 108pp. pages .

$33.75

Pueblo Stories & Storytellers
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Pueblo Stories & Storytellers

By Bahti, Mark

Tucson, Arizona: Rio Nuevo. Fine. 1996. First Edition. Softcover. Clean tight copy. "brings together images of the storyteller with Native American tales...each with the rough edges and compelling punch of a true folk tale that was told aloud long before it was ever written down. Besides pueblos from Taos to Hopi, Navajo traditions are also represented, including some pottery storytellers based on the Pueblo design. The photographs show the widest range of pottery storytellers possible" ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

$11.25

Eye on the Western Stars  A Native American, Her Man, Her Roots
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Eye on the Western Stars A Native American, Her Man, Her Roots

By Malecot, Andre

Santa Barbara: Fithian Press. Very Good. 1995. Softcover. 1564741133 . Clean bright unread copy. "To Julian Moody, with my heartfelt thanks for your help in the historical details of the prologue. Andre Malecot ". ; 0.52 x 8.51 x 5.54 Inches; 171 pages .

$7.50

A Most Desperate Situation  Frontier Adventures of a Young Scout,1858-1864
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A Most Desperate Situation Frontier Adventures of a Young Scout,1858-1864

By Cooper, Walter; Rick Newby & C. M. Russell

Helena, Montana: TwoDot. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 2000. Hardcover. 1560448911 . Bright purple cover w/gold title. Appears unread. Cooper (1843-1924), traveled west at a young age to seek fame and fortune. A story of incredible adventures, meetings of Kit Carson, collisions with Navajo, Comanche, Apaches and others as he scouted his path through the west from Michigan into the Southwest and finally up north to Montana. In 1913 he commissioned Charles M. Russell to provide art work for his manuscript which is just now being published along with eleven never before published Russell pen and inks, historical photos and Russell-Cooper correspondence. Remainder mark, else a beautiful, unread copy. Frontier and pioneer life --Montana, Frontier and pioneer life --West (U.S, Pioneers --Montana --Biography, Pioneers --West (U.S.) --Biography, Montana --Biography, West (U.S.) --Biography, Bozeman (Mont.) --Biography; Remainder; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 360 pages .

$11.25

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