Published by Invermere, BC: Good Medicine Books, 1972., 1972
Unpaginated but 32pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches), photos. Only fair condition, worn and lightly soiled, inside and out. Corners rubbed, A tear at head of spine. But firmly bound, no markings. Not very pretty, but still quite readable. Printed on tan paper with brown ink and sepia-toned photos. includes "A tribal camp of the 1970's," "A night-time ceremony on the prairie," "Smohalla and his dreamer people," and "A story of life from the Sioux people.".
Seller Inventory # 24065
Published by Schiffer Publishing Company, 1986., 1997
96pp, (8.5 x 11 inches). map, color photos, b&w drawings, bibliography, index of carvers and of dolls. Very Good condition in wrappers (soft cover). Whole book is just faintly curved, and has a sort of chemical aroma. Otherwise everything is clean and tight, no bumps, tears or creases, no markings. Carving techniques, styles, mysticism and symbolism, legends, examples of frequently portrayed kachinas, et al. A Schiffer Book for Collectors.
Seller Inventory # 25656
Published by Tempe: Smith-Southwestern Inc, 1988., 1997
32pp, (7x10 inches). NF in illustrated stapled wrapps. Full color booklet, touristy. Indians, dress, dances, arts and crafts, prehistoric sites, the landscape.
Seller Inventory # 25772
Published by (no publishing information)
Promotional brochure. Single folded sheet, printed one side, (8.5 x 11 inches) when open. Fine condition, no tears or markings. Photo of the Indian artist who is of Yakima-Nez Perce descendence and enrolled with the Colville Confederated Tribes. Includes brief biography, list of shows, awards, list of four bibliographic entries.
Seller Inventory # 25842
Published by Chicago: Children's Press, 1989., 1989
2nd printing. 32pp, (8 x 9.5 inches), b&w photos. Near Fine in stapled wrappers (soft cover). Covers lightly worn and sunned, contents clean and crisp. Historical photos on every page, a young people's book, Cornerstones of Freedom series.
Seller Inventory # 7304
Published by Eau Claire: E,M,Hale & Co., 1961., 1961
1st Cadmus Edition. 96pp, (6x9 inches), b&w drawings by Louis F. Cary. Ex-Library with the usual pocket, stamping and labels. Hardcover/ no dust jacket. Illustrated library binding, covers lightly worn, corners rubbed through. The contents are clean and tight, no tears or creases, no markings to the text itself. Indian folk tales: how crane got his long legs, why ducks have flat feet, how frogs lost their tails, why animals are afraid of fire, how the cardinal got his red feathers, etc. Twenty two stories.
Seller Inventory # 19685
Published by Alexandria: Tine Life / Time Reading Program, 1980., 1980
Reprint (1941, 1965, & 1980). 322pp, (5.25 x 8 inches), b&w photos, b&w drawings by the author. A few tiny checkmarks and one sentence underlined in the foreword. Otherwise book is clean and furmly bound, no other markings, no tears or creases. The author was an aristocratic French artist, traveler, and journalist who lived with the Inuit (Eskimo) and shared their life in the Canadian Arctic.
Seller Inventory # 24954
Published by Estes Park: Vic Walker, Indian Trader, 1964., 1964
Later printing. 40pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches), illustrated by Paul Bringle. Near Fine condition in tan stapled wrappers (softcover). No creases, bumps, chips or tears. Contents clean and tight, no markings. Brief introduction to history and customs of the Navajo people.
Seller Inventory # 26121
Published by Platt & Munk Co., (1935)., 1935
Unpaginated but 12pp, (7 x 7.75 inches), color and b&w illustrations by Roger Vernam. Platt & Munk Book No.3300F. Only Good in stapled wrappers (softcover). Covers are lightly soiled and worn with corner creases. Spine is taped with clear tape. Corners of booklet are bumped. Pages look "handled" but are clean, no markings, tears or creases.
Seller Inventory # 19506
Published by NY: E.P.Dutton, 1971., 1971
1st edition stated. Ex-Library with pocket and stamping. Ownership markings crossed out with marker on edges and several pages. Hardcover in dust jacket. Page 64 scuffed at top edge, some fingerprints, but generally tight and clean, corners sharp. Just a reading copy, a mystery for young adult readers.
Seller Inventory # 14518
Published by NY: Kraus Reprints & Periodicals, 1985., 1985
Catalog. 32pp, (8.5x11 inches). NF in stapled wrappers (softcover), address label. Catalog of their publications: books and monographs, journals and microfiche. Useful as bibliographic resource.
Seller Inventory # 7231
Published by NY: David McKay, 1962., 1962
Reprint. 246pp, (5.5 x 8 inches), b&w illustrations, bibliography, index. Good condition/ no dust jacket. Hardcover, light wear, corners bumped just at the very tips. Owner's name and blindstamp, otherwise contents clean and tight, no markings to text. DJ flaps have been removed and pasted inside the covers, front and back. Appears to be the library binding, but NO signs of having been a library book.
Seller Inventory # 17980
Published by NY: The Viking Press, 1967., 1967
12th printing of the 1943 edition. 143pp, (6 x 8.5 inches). Ex-Library book in the library binding. Name of a school stamped on title page. No other markings, no pocket. Hardcover, no dust jacket. A little soft at spine ends, otherwise clean, tight, no tears or creases, no markings to text. The trading post, the hogan, the flock, night camp, gathering peaches, the sing, changing seasons, etc.
Seller Inventory # 22878
Published by Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1992., 1992
1st edition, 1st printing. 127pp, (5.75 x 8.25 inches). Near Fine in wrappers (softcover), spine and top of back cover sunned (faded), but no bumps, tears or creases. Contents crisp and tight, no markings. Collection of poems by this Pueblo Indian potter, with 30 color photos of her clay sculptures. Series: Sun Tracks, Vol.20.
Seller Inventory # 8418
Published by Jackson: University Press of Mississippi (Banner Books), 1995., 1995
1st thus. 278pp, (5.75 x 8.5 inches), b&w photos. VG+/no DJ. Hardcover, red cloth covers, gilt lettering, bright, crisp, tight, a few smudges on page edges. Barcode label on front endpaper, copyright page stamped "Library of Congress Copyright Office, Jan 22 1996" in red ink. Introduction by James A. Clifton, foreword by Irvin S. Cobb. Originally published in 1928, purported to be recollections of the author's Indian heritage, later proven to be fabrications.
Seller Inventory # 1007
Published by NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1992., 1992
1st edition. 429pp, (6 x 9.5 inches), map, b&w photos, chronology, notes, index. NF/NF, hardcover with dust jacket. One corner bumped, otherwise clean and tight, no tears or creases. Library of Congress Copyright Office stamp on copyright page, dated Mar 18, 1993, no other markings. History of the conflict and the government's role (via the Indian Relocation Commission).
Seller Inventory # 1333
Published by NY: Collier Books, 1971., 1971
1st Collier edition. 297pp, (4.25 x 7 inches), b&w photos. VG in wrappers (soft cover). Light edgewear, otherwise clean, tight, no spine creasing, no other creases, no tears or markings. Originally published by Sheridan House as "Indian Cavalcade or Life on the Old-Time Indian Reservations." New introduction by Ralph K. Andrist. Indians and reservations as they were at the turn of the century, based on personal experiences of the author.
Seller Inventory # 1345
Published by Platt & Munk Co., (1935)., 1935
Unpaginated but 12pp, (7 x 7.75 inches), color and b&w illustrations by Roger Vernam. Platt & Munk Book No.3300A. Good in stapled wrappers (softcover). Front cover has light vertical crease, back cover is lightly soiled, corners creased. Contents clean, no markings or creases.
Seller Inventory # 10166
Published by NY: St. Martin's Press, (1993)., 1993
1st edition. Uncorrected Advance Proofs. 263pp, (6x9 inches). VG+ in brown wrappers (softcover). One corner lightly creased, a light bump to bottom edge of back cover. Publication date noted in ink on first page, otherwise contents clean and tight, no reading crease to spine. "The mythological saga of Native America.".
Seller Inventory # 11215
Published by Cherokee Publications, 1993., 2002
Amanda Crowe. (illustrator). 20th printing of the 1956 edition. 32pp, (6x9 inches), Very Good condition in stapled wrappers (soft cover). covers very lightly worn, corners rubbed. Contents clean, firmly bound, no tears or creases, no markings. From the Nineteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology. Includes the John Burnett Version of the Cherokee Removal.
Seller Inventory # 24655
Published by Chaco Cultural National Historical Park / SW Parks & Monuments Assn., 1996., 1996
3rd printing. 12pp. (5.5 x 8.5 inches), map, b&w illustrations, bibliography. Good condition in stapled wrappers (soft cover). One page corner and front cover creased, looks a little handled. But clean and tight, no tears or chips, no markings. A self guided tour through the site.
Seller Inventory # 25255
Published by NY: New American Library/Meridian Classic, 1986., 1977
252pp, (4.25 x 7 inches), b&w photos, bibliography. Good condition in wrappers (soft cover).Date and ownership stamp on first page, two page corners turned down. Otherwise clean and bright, binding is sound, no interior markings. "The world beyond ours, the world around us, the world we live in now, the world we go to." Myths and legends from many tribes.
Seller Inventory # 25479
Published by Harcourt Brace & Company, 1993., 1990
63pp, (6.25 x 8.25 inches), b&w drawings by the author. Ex-Library, hard cover, no dust jacket. Library ownership stamps, spine label and a bookplate stating that the book was bought with grant money from the governor's book fund. Clean and, bright, no bumps, tears or creases, no markings to text. Binding is so tight, it appears unread.
Seller Inventory # 26030
Published by Amarillo: Baxter Lane Company, 1972., 1972
64pp, (5.25 x 8.25 inches), b&w drawings. Ex-Library with pocket, but no stamping, only a spine label. Soft covers are worn and lightly soiled, contents clean and tight, no tears or creases, no markings to text. Two page stories about 23 important Indian chiefs, warriors and leaders.
Seller Inventory # 20277
Published by Tucson: Treasure Chest Publications, 1988., 1988
48pp, (8.5 x 11 inches), color photos every page. Very Good condition in stapled illustrated wrappers (softcover). corners lightly worn, otherwise crisp, bright, no markings, no tears or creases. A collection of stories about storytelling, accompanied by color photos of storytelling dolls. Stories and pictures from Taos, Jemez, Santa Clara, Acoma, Cochiti, Zuni, and Hopi.
Seller Inventory # 24554
Published by Madison: Abraxas Press, 1975., 1975
Unpaginated, but 28pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches), b&w illustration. Only Good in orange stapled wrappers (soft cover). Front cover creased, light water stain, orange spot on title page. Contents crisp, no tears or creases, no markings. Poetry by a member of the Cahokian Nation.
Seller Inventory # 2322
Published by Athens: Ohio University Press / Swallow Press, 1981., 1981
4th printing of this edition. xiii, 175pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches), map, glossary.Very Good condition, soft cover. A bump to top rear corner, affects about 10 pages next to it. Otherwise clean, tight, crisp. No spine creasing, no other creases, no chips or tears, no markings.
Seller Inventory # 25235
Published by Phoenix: L.S. Publishing Ltd., 1978., 1978
54pp, (6x8 inches), b&w drawings by Ellen Mitten. VG in white illustrated wrappers (softcover). Front cover has two spots of marker ink where something is crossed out (largest the size of a dime), a little bump to the middle of the spine. Contents clean, crisp, tight, no tears or creases, no markings to text. A look at Arizona and New Mexico Indians, written for young people.
Seller Inventory # 7366
Published by NY: Atheneum, 1972., 1972
2nd printing. 66pp, 8vo, illustrated by Ingrid Fetz. VG+/VG. Hardcover with dust jacket. Ex-Library with the usual stamping. labels and pocket, but clean and tight otherwise. DJ nice inside mylar cover, but flap corners are all clipped, flaps glued to inside covers. Adventures of a young Indian girl at a pueblo on a mesa (Hopi? Zuni?).
Seller Inventory # 7432
Published by Taos: Medicine Bear Publishing, 1995., 1995
142pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches). NF in wrapps (softcover). A trace of rubbing to corners. Author explains what compelled him to carve a giant totem pole in the backwoods of Maine and take it to the Hopi people of Arizona. SIGNED by the author. Signed by Author.
Seller Inventory # 7445