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How to Tell the Difference: A Guide to Evaluating Children's Books for Anti-Indian Bias, 2ND ED.
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How to Tell the Difference: A Guide to Evaluating Children's Books for Anti-Indian Bias, 2ND ED.

By Slapin, Beverly with Doris Seale & Rosemary Gonzales

Berkeley: Oyate, 2000. Large format, in original white pictorial wraps, 32 pages inside. Minor general wear, some at corners, with rubs and light spots to covers. Text well bound and unmarked. Staple binding.. Revised Edition. Paperback. Good. Illus. by John K. Fadden. Quarto.

$24.44

HUPA LANGUAGE DICTIONARY, Na:tinixwe Mixine:whe' (HOOPA)

By Golla, Victor and Ray Baldy, eds.; Hoopa Valley Tribal Concil

Hoopa, CA: Hoopa Valley Tribal Concil, 1996. Text well bound, unmarked, but with some corner wear, moderate splay at fore-corners and fore-edges of pages with some associated creasing. Else just minor general rubs to covers. RARE, and apparently out of print.. Second Edition. Paperback. Good. 4to - 9¾".

$60.00

From Sand Creek: Rising in This Heart Which Is Our America

By Ortiz, Simon J.

Oak Park, IL: Thunder's Mouth Press, 1981. Text is still good, well bound, unmarked. Covers show general wear, with rubs and a little staining, some corner wear.. First Paperback Edition. Paperback. Acceptable. Octavo.

$4.45

Natives of the Golden State: The California Indians

By Costo, Rupert and Jeannette Henry Costo

San Francisco, CA: The Indian Historian Press, 1995. Larger royal octavo format. Book is clean and well bound, with mild wear only, though with some sun-fading to the spine.. Paperback. Very Good. Octavo.

$78.95

MUSIC AND FRAGRANCE FOR HEALTH: A Treatise on Music Therapy and Aromatherapy by a Native American Healer

By Blue Eagle

Wendake, Canada: Blue Eagle Invocation, 2007. ISBN: 9782980803758, IN ENGLISH. Minor general wear, text well bound and unmarked. Metal spiral binding, 68 pages, color pictorial covers.. Paperback. Very Good. Octavo.

$14.00

Living in a Well-Ordered World: Indian People of Northwestern California

By Margolin, Malcolm

Berkeley, CA: Produced at the offices of Heyday Books, 1994. Large-format pamphlet, photo-illustrated, 16 pages. Covers the tribal groups of Del Note and Humboldt Counties: Tolowa, Yurok, Chilula, Wiyot, Hupa, and Karuk. Published for the 25th Anniversary of Redwood National Park. Soundly bound, some wear, splay and rubbing at corners and edges; text clean.. Paperback. Good. Quarto.

$21.50

A Storyteller's Nightmare / La Pesadilla de un Cuentero

By Vasquez, Arturo Munoz & Sonya Fe

Hoopa, CA: Vasquetzal Publishing, 2008. SIGNED by both the author and the artist, Sonya Fe. Bilingual in Spanish and English, nicely illustrated. Minor wear only: a light bump to lower spine corner, else like new. "These stories are really scary! What does a storyteller fear most? The answer lies in these four scary stories that take place in the streets of East Los Angeles, a ghost pueblo in New Mexico, and two remote pueblos in Mexico. Homer Delgado, a U.S. government agent, is charged with the investigation of unexplainable incidents. These secret government files are known as the 'Dos XX' Files.". Signed. First Edition, Signed. Hard Cover, Pictorial Boards. Fine/No Jacket, as published. Illus. by Sonya Fe. Oblong Quarto.

$9.95

A Storyteller's Nightmare / La Pesadilla de un Cuentero

By Vasquez, Arturo Munoz & Sonya Fe

Hoopa, CA: Vasquetzal Publishing, 2008. New copy, direct from author. SIGNED by Author. Bilingual in Spanish and English, nicely illustrated. "These stories are really scary! What does a storyteller fear most? The answer lies in these four scary stories that take place in the streets of East Los Angeles, a ghost pueblo in New Mexico, and two remote pueblos in Mexico. Homer Delgado, a U.S. government agent, is charged with the investigation of unexplainable incidents. These secret government files are known as the 'Dos XX' Files.". Signed. Signed by Author, Presumed 1st. Hard Cover, Pictorial Boards. New/No Jacket, as published. Illus. by Sonya Fe. Oblong Quarto.

$8.50

Summer at Yellow Singer's

By Bailey, Flora L. (Author), Ralph Ray (Illustrator)

New York: Macmillan Co., 1948. Usual library ownership and discard marks, original jacket cover art pasted to front board of original covers. Moderate general outer wear, only outer mark being a "J" near lower spine area. . First Edition, First Printing. Hard Cover. Ex-Library, else Good/No Jacket. Octavo.

$9.50

I LIVED WITH THE ESKIMOS

By Montague, Sydney R.

New York: Robert M. McBride & Company, 1939. Signature to the half title apparently from the author, appearing to read "S. R. Montague." General moderate shelfwear, with some aging to page paper, light fray at upper spine tips, a little fad to spine cloth color, small beverage ring to back cover.. Signed. SIGNED, First Edition. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. Octavo.

$9.75

Man-Animal Relationships in Pre-Columbian Central Mexico

By Starbuck, David Robert

Ann Arbor, MI: Xerox University Microfilms/Yale University, 1975. Clean and well bound, with minor wear only. Reproduces the author's doctoral thesis, with illustrations. Bound soundly in plain navy wraps, title label to front; 431 pages.. Bound Thesis. Soft Cover. Very Good.

$59.95

Running Deer Plays Hooky

By Vasquez, Arturo Munoz & Sonya Fe

Hoopa, CA: Vasquetzal Publishing, 2004. New copy, direct from author, but with slight hint of sunning to front cover. SIGNED by Author. Amazon customers note: the title is "Running Deer Plays Hooky." A story of Bigfoot/Tintah K'inwingxoya:n and a Native boy set in the Hoopa Valley of Humboldt County, Northern California.. Signed. SIGNED, First Edition. Hard Cover, Pictorial Boards. Near Fine/No Jacket, as published. Illus. by Sonya Fe. Oblong Quarto.

$9.75

Early Skeletons from Tranquillity, California: Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology Volume 2, Number 1 [Tranquility]

By Angel, J. Lawrence

Washington, D. C.: Smithsonian Press, 1966. Unmarked and well bound text, with some wear at corners and edges, some toning effects, prev. owner address sticker to first page.. First Edition. Soft Cover, Staplebound. Good. Quarto.

$7.25

Indian Tribes of Aboriginal America Selected Papers of the XXIXth International Congress of Americanists

By Tax, Sol, ed.; International Congress of Americanists

New York: Cooper Square Publishers, 1967. Usual library ownership and discard stamps, minor pocket remains to front endpaper, spine label. Clean and crisp, well bound text block. Hinges a touch shaken but still holding well. Covers show moderate shelf rubs.. Reprint Edition. Hard Cover. Ex-Library, else Good+/No Jacket.

$9.95

Coast Miwok of Marin

By Pace, Iva, ed.; Children of Tamalpais Valley School

San Rafael: Unicorn Printing, 1980. Clean and well bound text; mild wear, with slight wrinkle at binding margin, a little rust to staples. In original green pictorial wraps, 36 pages, illustrated; a general introduction, with bibliography.. Edition Unstated. Soft Cover, Staplebound. Good+. Octavo.

$10.00

The Scalp Hunters

By Coryell, Hubert Vansant

New York: Harcourt Brace and Co., 1936. With the front hinge weakened (endpaper splitting, but reinforcement mesh still holding well). Some bumping and moderate soiling to cloth, slight fade to spine. Page block sound; a few corner folded pages, a few light foxing spots. One page has a small chip from lower edge.. Later Printing. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Wilfred Jones.

$22.50

THE GREAT PLAINS EXPERIENCE: The Land and the People

By Gressley, Gene & Socolofsky, Homer eds.; John A. Brophy et al.

National Endowment for the Humanities Part of the multi-media course, "THE GREAT PLAINS EXPERIENCE: A Cultural History," this book stands on its own. Text VG, clean and well bound. Covers show moderate edgewear, a couple of creases, sunning about the spine. 160 pages, undated publication.. Edition Unstated. Soft Cover. Good+.

$17.50

Concise Maori Encyclopedia

By Reed, A. W.

Wellington: A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1964. Text clean, soundly bound. Moderate outer wear, with a light touch of aging to paper. Previous owner's name to flyleaf.. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

$10.50

THEOLOGY IN RED, WHITE, AND BLACK (Inscribed Copy)

By Reist, Benjamin A.

Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1975. Inscribed, "For LeRoy - Welcome to the stuggle!" and signed by the author, "Ben." Book shows minimal wear, tight with clean text; touch of dust spott ing to upper edge of pages. DJ looks good in lined, archival protector though it has some edgewear and some darkening and a little staining to the white paper; also a tiny chip at upper spine and a short, closed tear to lower extremity.. Signed. Edition Unstated (Inscribed Copy). Hard Cover. Very Good+/Very Good-.

$8.50

INDIANS OF WESTERN NORTH AMERICA (Science Series No. 19/Anthropology No. 1)

By Ariss, Robert

Los Angeles County Museum, 1955. Former booklet, bound in yellow pictorial library boards, with original front and back covers included. Besides usual library cards and stamps VG.. Apparent First. Pictorial Boards. Ex-Library/No Jacket.

$6.95

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