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THE FARMER'S READY REFERENCE; OR HAND-BOOK OF DISEASES OF HORSES AND CATTLE
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THE FARMER'S READY REFERENCE; OR HAND-BOOK OF DISEASES OF HORSES AND CATTLE

By ORR, S.C

Manhattan, Kansas: S.C. Orr, V.S., 1896. Front cover gilt lettering remains bright. "A short and plain description of the ordinary diseases of horses and cattle, with simple, practical rules for their care and treatment. Divided into two parts-horses and cattle. A concise look at causes, symptoms, and treatment. 160pp. Quite a clean copy throughout. This is the only original edition presently for sale on the major internet book sites, all others are reprints-on-demand.. First Edition. Black Cloth. Moderate General Wear/No Jacket. Small Octavo.

$80.00

THE STORY OF THE CHEROKEES

By SMITH, DR. W.R.L

Cleveland, Tennessee1928: The Church of God Pub. House Eighteen chapters including manners and customs, pestilence and war, folk lore and religion, the Trail of Tears. Several illustrations. 229pp.. First Edition. Blue Cloth. Light Edge Wear./Glassine Protective Jacket.. Octavo.

$35.00

MAKE YOUR MARK

By WATSON, THOMAS M

Kansas City, Missouri: Kansas City Posse,Westerners, 1965. Lettered in gold on front cover. #30/250 copies signed by the author and Byron B. Wolfe, the illustrator. Illustrated throughout with cattle brands. Frontispiece showing a blacksmith and cowboy discussing a branding iron under construction. Printed by the Lowell Press. 27pp.. Limited Edition. Green Cloth. Minor Edge Wear/No Jacket. Octavo.

$40.00

THE BASKETRY BOOK, TWELVE LESSONS IN REED WEAVING

By BLANCHARD, MARY MILES

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons., 1928. Gilt basket on front cover. Spine faded, but lettering remains readable. Bookplate on front pastedown. A reprint of the 1914 first edition. Chapters on materials and tools, fundamentals, work-baskets, simple-handle baskets, flower baskets, candy baskets, Indian centres, oval baskets, a table or weaves, borders, and coils. Finely-illustrated with photographs and drawings in multi-color to help explain technique. . Reprint Edition.. Green Cloth. General Moderate Wear/No Jacket. Octavo.

$25.00

INDIAN SLEEP-MAN TALES

By ANDERSON, BERNICE G

Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, 1947. Minor chipping at top of jacket spine. Illustrated throughout, two full-page in color. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED by the author on the half-title. A total of 14 tales of Indian lore. 145pp.. Signed by Author. Fourth Printing. Cream Cloth. Nearly Fine/Minor Chipping.. Illus. by Sears Frank. Octavo.

$20.00

PULSE OF THE PUEBLO, PERSONAL GLIMPSES OF INDIAN LIFE

By SETON, JULIA M

Santa Fe, New Mexico: Seton Village Press, 1939. Dust jacket has repaired tear on front panel without paper loss. Spine extremities chipped. Chapters on the Pueblo, Hopi, Navaho, Cheyenne, Osage, Crow, Blackfeet, Sioux, Chipewyan, Chippewa, Omaha, and Tarahumari. Most of the stories were actual experiences of the author. "A step toward a better understanding, a more Christian approach to these folk whom we have often found to be more Christian than ourselvees".. First Edition.. Brown Cloth. Light Edge Wear./Spine Sunned.. Octavo.

$40.00

ARTS AND CRAFTS OF THE CHEROKEE

By LEFTWICH, RODNEY L

Cullowhee, North Carolina: Land-of-the-Sky Press, 1970. Front cover vignette and lettering in gilt. Illustrated throughout in black and white. Chapters on basketry, pottery, wood and stone crafts, beads and shells, weapon making, feathers, metal and leather crafts. 160pp.. First Edition.. Purple Cloth. Light Edge Wear/No Jacket. Octavo.

$15.00

THE INDIAN SIGN LANGUAGE, WITH BRIEF EXPLANATORY NOTES

By CLARK, W.P

San Jose, California: The Rosicrucuan Press, 1959. Yellow dust jacket lettered in red, portrait of Indian chief on front panel. Edges chipped, tape repair at top of spine. Sign language card on front pastedown. POW signal code placed in pencil by previous owner on front free endpaper. Owner's name in ink as well. Limited to 500 copies, this being #136. A limited reprinting of the 1885 edition of this fine work. Title-page continues, " of the gestures taught deaf-mutes in our institutions for their instruction, and a description of some of the peculiar laws, customs, myths, superstitions, ways of living, code of peace and war signals of our aborigines".. Reprint Edition.. Green Cloth. Light Edge Wear/Chipped Dust Jacket. Octavo.

$30.00