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One Hundred Million Acres
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One Hundred Million Acres

By Kickingbird, Kirke; Ducheneaux, Karen;

New York: Macmillan Publishing Company, 1973 240pp. Ex library with usual markings, attachments removed. Large discard stamps on inside front board and endpapers. Boards and text block have a slight bend. Tips and spine ends are bumped and rubbed. Boards have scotch tape at the edges. Lower edges of boards have some sunning. Top edge of text block has light dust staining. Jacket is price clipped. Edges of jacket have creases, light chipping and small pieces missing. Jacket has light sunning, light scuffs and light scratches. Text is unmarked. . Second Printing. Hardcover. Good Minus/Good Minus Jacket. Ex-Library.

$14.95

LORE: Spring, 1972. Volume 22, Number 2.
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LORE: Spring, 1972. Volume 22, Number 2.

By Starr, Kenneth;

Milwaukee, WI: MIlwaukee Public Museum, 1972 34pp. Pamphlet. Tips and spine ends are rubbed and lightly bumped. Rear wrap has very light small stains. Wraps have light edgewear. Text is unmarked.. First Printing. Paperback. Very Good.

$24.95

How Shall We Live Together? (The 1985 War Resisters League Calendar)
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How Shall We Live Together? (The 1985 War Resisters League Calendar)

By Griffin, Susan; Seattle, Chief; Paley, Grace;

New York, NY: War Resisters League, 1985 Unpaginated. Weekly calendar with artwork and quotes throughout. Foredge and lower edge of front wrap have light scratches, light rubbing and many small indentations. Tips and spine ends are bumped and creased. Wraps have light edgewear. Pages have light toning. Text is unmarked. . First Printing. Paperback. Good Plus/No Dust Jacket. Illus. by Brandt, Heidi.

$24.95

Menominee Lexicon: Milwaukee Public Museum Publications in Anthropoloy and History Number 3
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Menominee Lexicon: Milwaukee Public Museum Publications in Anthropoloy and History Number 3

By Bloomfield, Leonard; Hockett, Charles F.;

Milwaukee, WI: MIlwaukee Public Museum, 1975 289pp. Wraps have light stains and light foxing. Front wrap has a diagonal crease starting at the top edge. Former owner notation at top tip of front wrap. Tips and spine ends are bumped and rubbed. Lower tip of front wrap has a 1 inch tear. Edges of text block have light smudges. Front wrap is partially detached from the spine ends about 2 inches total. Rear wrap has a 2 inch crease at the lower edge. Text is unmarked. . First Printing. Paperback. Good.

$34.95

The Life on the Plains and Horrors of Indian Warfare: By a Corps of Competent Authors and Artists Being a Complete History of Indian life, Warfare and Adventure in America. Making Specially Prominent the Late Indian War.
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The Life on the Plains and Horrors of Indian Warfare: By a Corps of Competent Authors and Artists Being a Complete History of Indian life, Warfare and Adventure in America. Making Specially Prominent the Late Indian War.

By Various Authors

St. Louis, MO: Pease-taylor Publishing Co., 1891 592pp. Tips and spine ends are bumped and rubbed. Board edges are rubbed. Front board has scratches and light stains. Gilt spine titling is a bit faded. Spine has a light damp stain near the heel. Spine edges are rubbed. Rear board has scuffs and scratches. Front hinge is open. Page edges have light foxing and light toning not affecting the illustrations. Spine is shaken. Foredge of text block has many scratches. Lower edge of text block has scratches and small stains. Top edge of ten pages are bumped. Text is unmarked. . Revised Edition. Hardcover. Fair/No Dust Jacket. Illus. by Various Artists.

$299.95

The Back-Woodsmen or Tales of the Borders: A Collection of Historical and Authentic Accounts of Early Adventure among the Indians
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The Back-Woodsmen or Tales of the Borders: A Collection of Historical and Authentic Accounts of Early Adventure among the Indians

By Spooner, Walter W.

Cincinnati: Jones Brothers & Company, 1883 608pp. Tips and spine ends are bumped and heavily rubbed. Edges of both boards exhibit some shelf-wear. Spine is sunned and has air bubbles under the surface. Spine edges are fraying. Spine edges are rubbed. Edges of text block are heavily dust-stained. Spine and both boards have light scratches and scuffs. Rear board has some light soiling. Front hinge is open. Front endpapers and first few pages have small tears at spine heel. Inside of front board has small tears, damp staining, light foxing, and light soiling. Inside of front board has an ink bleed from former owner stamp on front endpaper. Front endpaper has a 1" diagonal tear at foredge and is missing a piece at top tip. Both front endpapers have former owner stamp. Frontis piece, title page, and copyright page are foxed, have soiling, and have many stains. Signature is open at copyright page. There are small tears at copyrigh page at preface page at threaded binding. Pages are toning, foxed, and have many small stains. Many pages have tiny tears and pinholes where threaded binding is holding the pages together. Rear hinge is open. Last page has former owner stamp near lower edge of text block. Inside of rear board is missing pieces at hinge. Last couple of pages are chipping and missing pieces at all edges. Some pages have light creases at lower tip. Spine is shaken and cocked. May have other flaws. Text is unmarked. . Hardcover. Poor/No Dust Jacket.

$74.95

Nine Indian Songs with Descriptive Notes By Thurlow Lieurance
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Nine Indian Songs with Descriptive Notes By Thurlow Lieurance

By V/A

Philadelphia: Theo. Presser Co., 1913 27pp. Sheet music including lyrics to 9 songs of assorted Native-American tribes. Tips and spine ends are bumped and rubbed. Both wraps are sunned. Edges of both wraps have many creases. Small tears and small holes on spine from threaded binding. 1 1/2" tear on front wrap at spine head. Edges of rear wrap have a few tears. Small piece missing at foredge of rear wrap. Small piece missing from rear wrap at spine head. Small piece missing from spine head. 1" piece missing from spine heel. Small stains on inside of front wrap and on first page at top edge from staple. Pages are toning. May have other flaws. Text is unmarked. . First Edition. Paperback. Fair.

$9.95

Decorative Art Of The Southwestern Indians: 290 Copyright-free Design Motifs For Artists And Craftsmen
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Decorative Art Of The Southwestern Indians: 290 Copyright-free Design Motifs For Artists And Craftsmen

By Sides, Dorothy Smith

New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1961 Unpaginated. Later printing of the 1961 Dover edition. Spine has spotting. Spine edges are rubbed. Tips and spine ends are lightly bumped and rubbed. Text is unmarked.. Later Printing. Paperback. Good Plus.

$12.95

As Long as the Rivers Shall Flow... 1974 Peace Calendar (Peace Calendar Volume 19)
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As Long as the Rivers Shall Flow... 1974 Peace Calendar (Peace Calendar Volume 19)

By McAuliffe, Dolores

New York: War Registers League, 1974 Unpaginated. January 1974 - January 1975. Tips and spine ends are bumped and rubbed. Edges of text block have light dust staining. Front wrap has light dents near spine from spiral binding. Rear wrap has light dents and small marks near spine from spiral binding. Inside of front wrap has many tiny, light stains. Top edges of many pages have creasing and very tiny tears. Pages havel light toning. Text is unmarked. . First Printing. Spiral Bound. Very Good Minus.

$11.95

Chippewa Music: Two Volumes In One: Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletins 45 and Bulletin 53
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Chippewa Music: Two Volumes In One: Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletins 45 and Bulletin 53

By Densmore, Frances

Minneapolis, MN: Ross & Haines, Inc., 1973 596pp. Edges of text block have light foxing. Rear board has a small warp. Spine ends are bumped. Front board has a slight bend. Inside boards and end papers have very light foxing. Dust jacket has light soiling. Flap folds have light foxing. Tips of flap folds have light chipping. Spine panel has light sunning and some light tiny stains. Text is unmarked. 0870180673. Two Volumes in One . Hardcover. Good Plus/Good Plus Jacket.

$19.95

Strong Hearts for God
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Strong Hearts for God

By Bucklin, Dorothy O.

Philadelphia: Judson Press, 1955 111pp. Ex-library with usual markings. Tips, edges and spine ends are bumped and rubbed. Creasing to front wrrap. Some smudging to wraps and several pages, and along the edges of the text block. Front hinge is weak. Text is clean and unmarked. . First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good Minus. Illus. by West, Richard. Ex-Church Library.

$7.95

Nishnabotna: Poems, Prose & Dramatic Scenes from the Natural and Oral History of Southwest Iowa
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Nishnabotna: Poems, Prose & Dramatic Scenes from the Natural and Oral History of Southwest Iowa

By Carey, Michael

Parkersburg, IA: Mid-Prairie Books, 1995 124pp. Boards are slightly bent. Top edge of rear panel of jacket. Lower tip of rear panel and rear flap are damp stained. Text is clean and unmarked. 0931209625. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good Plus/Good Plus Jacket.

$17.95

List of Cartographic Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs: Special Lists, Number 13.
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List of Cartographic Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs: Special Lists, Number 13.

By Kelsay, Laura E. (Compiler)

Washington, DC: The National Archives, 1954 126pp. Wraps are sunned with light foxing along the edges. Staples are rusty. Inside pages white. Rear wrap has a small stain near the top tip. Front wrap has many small spots. Text is clean and unmarked.. First Edition. Stapled Wrappers. Good Plus.

$12.95

Choctaw Definer: English with Choctaw Definition
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Choctaw Definer: English with Choctaw Definition

By Watkins, Ben

Nashville, TN: Southeastern Indian Antiquities Survey Inc, 1972 85pp. + index. Text is clean and white. Stain at spine edge about 2" wide and runs the length of spine affecting a portion of the title. Wraps have stains and soiling. Edges of text block has small stains. Top edge has light dust staining. Former owner embossed stamp on title page. Tips are lightly bumped. Text is unmarked.. Reprint Edition. Soft Cover. Good Minus.

$34.95

The Cheyenne in Plains Indian Trade Relations 1795-1840
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The Cheyenne in Plains Indian Trade Relations 1795-1840

By Jablow, Joseph

NY: J. J. Augustin, 1950 100pp. Sun fading to spine and top edge of front board. Spine ends are heavily rubbed. Tips are rubbed. Front board has a slight warp. Front board has a couple small light spots at the foredge. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Good/No Dust Jacket.

$8.95

Story of Oshkosh: His Tribe and Fellow Chiefs
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Story of Oshkosh: His Tribe and Fellow Chiefs

By Lawson, Publius V.

20pp. No publisher, no date. Wraps are sunfaded along the edges. Spine edge of front wrap has a light crease. Spine head is chipped. Lower tips are bumped. Text is clean and unmarked. . Soft Cover. Very Good.

$9.95