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Ballantine, Betty (editor), & Ian Ballen.   THE NATIVE AMERICANS: AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY  
North Dighton: JG Press/World Publications, . 480 pages. Hardcover. 1572153032 1-57215-303-2. 449 illustrations (310 in color) tell the history of the people native to North America, before and after the coming of Europeans.
Fine/Near Fine. No wear, no marks. Dustjacket has small bruise at top front edge. # E1250. $14.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Berger, Guy, & Nancy Schiffer.   PUEBLO AND NAVAJO CONTEMPORARY POTTERY AND DIRECTORY OF ARTISTS, REVISED AND EXPANDED 2ND EDITION  
Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing, 2004. Revised ed. 161 pages. Paperback. 0764318969 0-7643-1896-9. Hundreds of color photos of pots and figures with relevant info and suggested price. 45 page biographical directory of artists. Index.
Fine/Wraps. No wear, no marks. # E1281. $16.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Berler, Beatrice.   CONQUEST OF MEXICO: A MODERN RENDERING OF WILLIAM H. PRESCOTT'S HISTORY  
San Antonio: Corona Publishing, 1988. 1st ed. 143 pages. Hardcover. 0931722691 0-931722-69-1. Modern abridgement of Prescott's classic work. Scarce in the harcover binding.
Fine/Near Fine. DJ has a short closed tear. # B2310. $12.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Braun, editor, Barbara.   ARTS OF THE AMAZON  
London: Thames & Hudson, 1995. 1st Am. ed. 128 pages. Paperback. 0500278245 0-500-27824-5. Contains 192 illustrations, 148 in color. Arts and crafts of the indigenous people of the Amazon region.
Fine/Wraps. Clean, tight, unmarked. No Wear. # B5699. $33.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Brown, Virginia Pounds.   THE GOLD DISC OF COOSA  
Huntsville, AL: Strode Publishers, 1975. 1st ed. 120 pages. Hardcover. 0873970853 0-87397-085-3. Story of Spanish explorer De Soto's encounters with the Native Americans of the Southeast in what became Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana in 1539-42. Map, b/w illustrations.
Fine/VG. Clean, tight, unmarked. Dustjacket spine a bit faded, price-clipped. # B5496. $9.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Budweg, Heinz.   ILHA DE MARAJO: CHUVA SOBRE OS CAMPOS  
Sao Paulo: H.B. Cultural Ltda., 1981. 1st ed. 42 pages. Hardcover. Twelve full page watercolors, pen/ink sketches on every page illustrate this praise of the island of Marajo at the mouth of the Amazon River. Full page map. Text in Portuguese, German, and English.
Near Fine/No Jacket. Clean, tight, unmarked. Black boards, silver titles. 12.5" X 18". # B2802. $59.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Carlson, Paul H.   THE PLAINS INDIANS: NUMBER 19 ELMA DILL RUSSELL SPENCER SERIES IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST  
College Station: Texas A & M, 1999. Reprint. 254 pages. Paperback. 0890968179 0-89096-817-9. Charts the evolution and growth of the Plains Indians through a period of constant change, 1750 to 1890.
Fine/Wraps. A new copy from our archives. # E1766. $10.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Chapp, editor, Belena S.   LAND OF ICE, HEARTS OF FIRE: INUIT ART AND CULTURE  
Newark: Univ. Delaware, 2003. 1st ed. 85 pages. Paperback. 1887421076 1-887421-07-6. Selected drawings, prints, and sculptures from the University Gallery Collection of Canadian Inuit Art, highlighting the Frederick and Lucy S. Herman Collection of Native American Art.
Near Fine/Wraps. Clean, tight, unmarked. Never read. # B4437. $31.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Coffin, Morse H.   THE BATTLE OF SAND CREEK  
Austin: Morrison, 1965. 1st ed. 40 pages. Hardcover. Edited, with introduction and notes by Alan W. Farley. 1/300 copies published on fine heavy stock by Morrison. Letters to the Colorado Sun detailing the fights against the Indians by the Third Colorado Volunteer Cavalry. B/w vintage photos of many of the named participants. Rose-tan cloth-covered boards with bright gilt titles on front and spine.
Fine/No Jacket. New old stock from our archives. New condition. # B9569. $80.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Cornplanter, Jesse J.   LEGENDS OF THE LONGHOUSE  
Ohsweken, ON: Iroqrafts, 1998. Reprint. 202 pages. Paperback. 0919645135 0-919645-13-5. Folklore and legends of the Seneca written by Cornplanter out of his fear they would be forgotten. Illustrated with his drawings. Includes biographical essay. First published in 1936.
Near Fine/Wraps. No wear, no marks. # E1335. $12.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Current, William.   PUEBLO ARCHITECTURE OF THE SOUTHWEST: A PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY  
Austin: Amon Carter / UTP, 1971. 97 pages. Hardcover. 0292701209 0-292-70120-9. Current's 65 stunning b/w photos of Indian ruins of the Four Corners region make this volume come to life. Text by Vince Scully.
Fine/Fine. New old stock from our archives. # A1083. $40.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Curtis, Edward S., & A.D. Coleman.   PORTRAITS FROM NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN LIFE  
Edison, NJ: BBS Publishing, 1972. Reprint. 176 pages. Hardcover. 1603760814 1-60376-081-4. More than eighty sepia-toned photos selected from a larger comprehensive work on all aspects of Indian life. Each plate has descriptive paragraph from Edward Curtis' own personal impressions. Introduction by A.D. Coleman about Curtis' work, and separate essay by T.C. McLuhan about Curtis' life. Large 17.5 x 14 inch landscape format.
Fine/Good+. Book tight, no name or marks, or wear. Dustjacket has 1.5" tear at lower front flap fold. # E1936. $45.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Dennis, Benjamin C.   GBANDES: A PEOPLE OF THE LIBERIAN HINTERLANDS  
Chicago: Nelson-Hall, 1972. 331 pages. Hardcover. 0911012508 0-911012-50-8. A study of the culture & life of a remote tribe in Liberia which has remained relatively untouched by modern changes.
VG/VG. Shelfwear. # A4476. $4.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Dockstader, Frederick J.   INDIAN ART IN AMERICA: THE ARTS AND CRAFTS OF THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN  
New York: Promontory Press, No Date. Reprint. 224 pages. Hardcover. 0883940086 0-88394-008-6. Nice study of pottery, baskets, clothing and objects of American Indians. 69 Color plates, 180 b/w illustratoins. Not dated, but 1973 or so.
Fine/VG. Minor edgewear to dj. # A6452. $16.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Donovan, Jim.   CUSTER AND THE LITTLE BIGHORN: THE MAN, THE MYSTERY, THE MYTH  
New York: Crestline, 2011. Reprint. 224 pages. Hardcover. 0785825894 0-7858-2589-4. Illustrated throughout, mostly b/w, this book examines the life of this complex man, and the batle which ended it. Bibliography and index. Custer battle-field maps on endpapers. Glossy pictorial boards with matching dustjacket.
Good+/VG. Clean, tight, no name or marks. Lower corners bruised. # E1377. $14.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Dorsey, R. Stephen.   GUNS OF THE WESTERN INDIAN WAR  
Eugene, OR: Collectors' Library, 1995. 1st ed. 220 pages. Paperback. 0963120859 0-9631208-5-9. The full story of the guns and ammunitions that made western history in last half of the nineteenth century.
Near Fine/Wraps. No marks, no reader crease. # E1352. $55.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
du Mont, John S.   CUSTER BATTLE GUNS (REVISED & ENLARGED EDITION 1988)  
Ft. Collins, CO: The Old Army Press, 1988. Revised ed. 113 pages. Hardcover. The revised and expanded 1988 edition, limited to 1,500 copies bound in one-quarter cloth over pictorial boards. History of the weapons carried by both sides at the Little Bighorn. Armory records, B/w photos and drawings throughout, indexed.
Near Fine/No Jacket. Clean, tight with minor scuffing at corners. # E1424. $120.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Euler, Robert C.   THE PAIUTE PEOPLE  
Phoenix: Indian Tribal Series, 1972. Limited ed. 106 pages. Paperback. Limited edition # 9285 of 15,000 numbered copies signed by the Tribal Chairman, Bill Tom. History of the tribe, b/w & color photos. Medal not included.
Near Fine/Wraps. Clean, tight, unmarked. No wear. Spine sunned. # A6735. $8.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Evans, Glen L., & T.N. Campbell.   INDIAN BASKETS  
Austin: Texas Memorial Museum, 1952. 1st ed. 71 pages. Paperback. History and sociology along with art of the people. B/w and color photos of examples from 24 North American groups.
VG/Wraps. Clean, tight, unmarked. Edges age-toned. # B5568. $13.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Ewers, John C.   ARTISTS OF THE OLD WEST  
Garden City: Doubleday, 1973. Revised ed. 240 pages. Hardcover. 0385044747 0-385-04474-7. Enlarged edition by Chanticleer Press of 1965 pictorial record of the pioneer artists who explored the plains & mountains of the trans- Mississippi, including Peale, Catlin, Miller & others. Nice.
Fine/No Jacket. # A2907. $9.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Exley, Jo Ella Powell.   FRONTIER BLOOD: THE SAGA OF THE PARKER FAMILY  
College Station: Texas A & M, 2001. 1st ed. 331 pages. Hardcover. 1585441368 1-58544-136-8. Follows the Parker clan as they migrated to Texas, Cynthia's Comanche captivity, her son Quanah's role as war chief and peace-maker. Endnotes, bibliography, and index.
New/New. A new copy. # E2152. $59.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Force, Roland W., & Maryanne Tefft Force.   THE AMERICAN INDIANS  
New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1991. Reprint. 126 pages. Paperback. 0791002802 0-7910-0280-2. From The Peoples of North America Series. Map, color and b/w illustrations. Introduction by Daniel Patrick Moynihan.
Near Fine/Wraps. No wear, no marks. # E1082. $7.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Freidel, David A.   ARCHAEOLOGY AT CERROS, BELIZE, CENTRAL AMERICA: VOLUME II: THE ARTIFACTS  
Dallas: SMU Press, 1989. 1st ed. 154 pages. Paperback. 087074285X 0-87074-285-X. Volume 2 of this series covering stone carvings, ceramic & pottery sherds, jewelry and bone decorations, etc. B/w drawings, tables of findings and the like. Indexed with bibliography.
Near Fine/Wraps. New copies with small publisher's stamp on front endpaper, else Fine. # E0545. $13.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Gard, Wayne.   RAWHIDE TEXAS  
Norman: Univ. Oklahoma, 1965. 1st ed. 236 pages. Hardcover. Social history of life on the Texas frontier.
Fine/No Jacket. # B5005. $13.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Gilpin, Laura.   THE ENDURING NAVAHO  
Austin: U.T. Press, 1968. 1st ed. 263 pages. Hardcover. First edition of 1968. Records in picture and word the old life and the relation of the people to their land, and reveals the strong character of the Navaho as they seek their place in the modern world. B/w and color photos throughout. Also included are five laid-in b/w photos of a Lutheran church, school, and hospital at Rock Point Mission taken in the 1960's.
Fine/VG. Slight wear at spine ends and tips of dustjacket, otherwise a lovely copy. # B4577. $68.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Goddard, Pliny Earle.   INDIANS OF THE SOUTHWEST (2ND ED. HANDBOOK SERIES, NO. 2)  
New York: Am. Museum Natural Hist., 1921. 2nd ed. 195 pages. Hardcover. 2nd edition of these early reports on archaeological findings in the southwest. Sharp B/w photos and illustrations which stand out on the coated photographic paper stock. Bibliography & index. This copy is REBOUND in heavy gray library cloth with white spine lettering.
X-Lib VG/No Jacket. An EX-LIBRARY copy, with pocket and stamps. Very clean and bright, a nice working copy. # B9195. $8.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Goldfein, Roanne P.   AMERICAN INDIAN ART MAGAZINE, WINTER 1992  
Scottsdale, AZ: Am. Indian Art Magazine, 199. 114 pages. Paperback. Articles on Kokopelli, Navajo sand paintings, Inuit "Coats of Eider" exibition, and artifacts of Benjamin West studio are included in this issue. Filled with color and B/w photos.
Fine/Wraps. Clean, tight, unmarked. No wear. # B5010. $7.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Goldfein, Roanne P.   AMERICAN INDIAN ART MAGAZINE, SUMMER 1991  
Scottsdale, AZ: Am. Indian Art Magazine, 199. 1st ed. 112 pages. Paperback. Articles on Wasco-style bead work, Museum Northern Arizona, Navajo wedge-weave textiles, early garments of the Alaskan coast are included in this issue. Filled with color and B/w photos.
Fine/Wraps. Clean, tight, unmarked. No wear. # B4568. $6.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Grant, Campbell.   CANYON DE CHELLY: ITS PEOPLE AND ROCK ART  
Tucson: Univ. Arizona, 2004. Reprint. 290 pages. Paperback. 0816505233 0-8165-0523-3. B/w photos, drawings, and maps. References and index. History of the canyon and its earliest dwellers.
Fine/Wraps. No wear, no marks. # E1268. $10.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Grisham, Noel.   A SERPENT FOR A DOVE (THE SUPPRESSION OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN)  
Austin: Pemberton Press, 1971. 168 pages. Hardcover. 0836300890 0-8363-0089-0. The plight of the American Indian, their treatment by the white man & other depredations are examined in a cultural context. B/w drawings, indexed.
VG/VG. Page edges foxed, dustjacket is price-clipped with light wear. # A0775. $10.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Harper, J. Russell.   PAUL KANE'S FRONTIER INCLUDING WANDERINGS OF AN ARTIST AMONG THE INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA  
Austin: Amon Carter / U.T. Press, 1971. 1st ed. 350 pages. Hardcover. 0292701101 0-292-70110-1. Fine biography of Kane and his work among the Indians in Canada and the Pacific Northwest. Stunning pencil skethces as well as full color reproductions. Well noted and indexed. 48 color plates, 204 b/w illustrations. Catalogue raisonne.
Near Fine/Fine. New, from our archives. Edges lightly foxed, else fine. Includes publisher's original shipping box. # E1924. $90.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Hill, Stephen.   KOKOPELLI CEREMONIES  
Santa Fe: Kiva Publishing, 1995. 1st ed. 64 pages. Paperback. 1885772068 1-885772-06-8. Discussion of the Kokopelli myths illustrated with drawings, maps, and paintings by Robert B. Montoya.
Near Fine/Wraps. Clean, tight, unmarked. # B5042. $6.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Hobbs, William Herbert.   THE EXPLORING ABOUT THE NORTH POLE OF THE WINDS  
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1930. 1st ed. 376 pages. Hardcover. Accounts of various Greenland and Arctic expeditions including those on the ships Morrissey, The Disko, The Walrus and Fulton, info on Eskimos, using sounding balloons, etc. 26 b/w photos, chapter decorations by the author.
Good+/No Jacket. Edges foxed, else VG. # A6504. $10.50     Inquire Now  
Hodge, Carle.   RUINS ALONG THE RIVER PHOTOGRAPHY BY GEORGE H.H. HUEY  
no place: SW Parks and Monuments, 1986. 1st ed. 48 pages. Paperback. 0911408681 0-911408-68-1. Color phots and essays on three western pre-historic sites: Montezuma Castle, Tuzigoot and Montezuma Well National Monuments.
Near Fine/Wraps. Clean, tight, unmarked, no edgewear. # B1620. $5.95     Inquire Now  
Horgan, Paul.   CONQUISTADORS IN NORTH AMERICAN HISTORY  
New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1972. Reprint. 303 pages. Hardcover. 0374128847 0-374-12884-7. From the voyage of Columbus to the Southwest this book follows the Conquistadors as they establish Spanish dominion over a large part of North America. Two different maps on endpapers.
VG/VG. Clean, tight, unmarked. There is a sticker ghost on the halftitle page. Dustjacket has small scuff at top corner and top of spine. # B9034. $14.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Huff, Sandy.   THE MAYAN CALENDAR MADE EASY  
Safety Harbor FL: Sandy Huff, 1984. 1st ed. 40 pages. Paperback. A simple, step-by-step guide to reading dates on stele, lintels, and other Mayan monuments.
Near Fine/Wraps. Clean, tight, unmarked. # B0921. $6.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Hungry Wolf, Adolf.   POW-WOW DANCER'S AND CRAFTER'S HANDBOOK  
Skookumchuck, BC: Canadian Caboose Press, 19. 1st ed. 144 pages. Paperback. 092069862X 0-920698-62-X. Drawings by Okan Hungry Wolf, b/w photos, and section of color photos. Drawings and directions for making many of the pieces of the clothng for the dances at Pow-Wow.
Fine/Wraps. No wear, no marks. # E1284. $13.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Hunter, J. Marvin.   BLOODY TRAIL IN TEXAS: SKETCHES AND NARRATIVES OF INDIAN RAIDS AND ATROCITIES ON OUR FRONTIER  
Bandera, TX: J. Marvin Hunter, 1931. 1st ed. 191 pages. Hardcover. The 1931 original pamphlet rebound in to red cloth boards with gilt titles. Original paper front cover present, but the rear paper cover was removed in binding. A collection of some of the best articles from Hunter's magazine, Frontier Times, telling of Indian raids and skirmishes along the western frontier of Texas.
VG/No Jacket. Harcover is fine, the original paper cover is VG with slight rubbing. Owner's embossed seal on free endpaper. Interior is very nice, no marks or signs of use. # E0501. $100.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Hunter, Jr., Wilson.   CANYON DE CHELLY: THE CONTINUING STORY  
Las Vegas: KC Publications, 2004. Revised ed. 48 pages. Paperback. 0887141455 0-88714-145-5. Color photos throughout. History and what to see at the National Monument. .
Fine/Wraps. Crisp, no wear or marks. # E1313. $6.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Institute of Texan Cultures, .   THE INDIAN TEXANS: THE TEXIANS AND THE TEXANS SEIES  
Austin: U.T. Press, 1970. 1st ed. Paperback. From the Institute of Texan Cultures series, the story of the first families of Texas. Touches on their cultures and development over the near 40,000 years people have been in Texas. Black cover.
Near Fine/Wraps. Clean, unmarked stapled booklet. Landscape format 8.5 X 11 inches. # B6791. $12.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Ixtlilxochitl, Fernando de Alva.   ALLY OF CORTES: ACCOUNT 13: OF THE COMING OF THE SPANIARDS AND THE BEGINNING OF THE EVANGELICAL LAW  
El Paso: Texas Western, 1969. 141 pages. Hardcover. 0874040159 0-87404-015-9. The first English translation (by D.K. Ballentine) of the violent entrusion of Spain into the Indian cultures of Latin America. This taken from 'Account 13: Of the coming of the Spaniards and the beginning of evangelical law.' A bloody account of the fighting between Mexicans, native tribes and Spaniards with their recruited Indian allies. This is not your grade-school history. Hetzog design. B/w drawings and illustrations.
Fine/Fine. New old stock from our archives. Perfect. # A3483. $38.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
James, H.L.   ACOMA: PEOPLE OF THE WHITE ROCK  
Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing, 1988. Revised ed. 92 pages. Paperback. 0887401333 0-88740-133-3. Introduction by Frank Waters, and snippets from Charles Lummis's 19th-century works about the Enchanted Rock, map, and modern color photos.
Fine/Wraps. No wear, no marks. # E1285. $8.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
James, John.   MY EXPERIENCE WITH INDIANS  
Austin: Gammel's Book Shop, 1925. 147 pages. Hardcover. Somewhat scarce first person account of life on the Texas frontier in Johnson & Wise counties in the 1860s-1870s, and in Oklahoma among the Choctaw in the 1880s. James became a teacher and taught Indians in territorial schools. Much on their customs & religion, and the author shows much respect for their lifestyle which he saw endangered by the White Man. B/w photos. Appendix with notable Indian speeches by Black Hawk and other leaders through history. SixGuns 1153; Graff 2192; Rader 2060; Burrs 213.
Near Fine/No Jacket. Nice copy, sharp, no names or marks. Balck cloth with gilt lettering. # B6952. $410.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Josephy, Alvin M.   NOW THAT THE BUFFALO'S GONE: A STUDY OF TODAY'S AMERICAN INDIANS  
Norman: Univ. Oklahoma, 1989. Reprint. 301 pages. Paperback. Study of the issues affecting Native Americans in modern times: Racis,land and mineral rights, fishing & hunting claims, sovereignty and self-determination.
Fine/Wraps. # B4150. $4.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
June, Caroline Silver.   FIFTY INDIAN LEGENDS  
Chicago: Albert Whitman & Co., 1932. Reprint. 128 pages. Hardcover. Indian folktales and myths written in a form for children to enjoy. Illustrated in b/w and shades of orange.
VG/No Jacket. Tight and square, owner name (no other marks). Silverfish nibbled on edges and top of spine. # E1795. $10.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Kosik, Fran.   NATIVE ROADS: THE COMPLETE MOTORING GUIDE TO THE NAVAJO AND HOPI NATIONS  
Tucson, AZ: Rio Nuevo Publishers, 1996. 1st ed. 292 pages. Paperback. 1887896163 1-887896-16-3. Self-guided tours featuring the history, geology and native cultures of Northern Arizona and New Mexico. B/w photos and maps of the routes.
Near Fine/Wraps. Crisp and bright. No wear, no marks. # E1340. $6.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
La Farge, Oliver.   A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN  
New York: Crown Publishers, 1956. 272 pages. Hardcover. History of the Indians of North America, from earliest inhabitants to present time, with 350 illustrations, including 16 pages in color.
VG/VG. Tight and square. No marks and only wear is lightly softened spine ends. Small stains on back of dustjacket, no tears or scuffs. # E1348. $8.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Lamb, Susan.   MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK: LIFE EARTH SKY  
Mariposa, CA: Sierra Press, 2002. Reprint. 48 pages. Paperback. 158071031X 1-58071-031-X. Beautiful color photos illustrate historical overview of the cliff-dwellings and the culures who built them.
Fine/Wraps. No wear, no marks. # E1343. $6.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Lambda Alpha - Wichita State, .   LAMBDA ALPHA JOURNAL, VOLUME 32, 2002  
Wichita, KS: Lambda Alpha Honor Soc., 2002. 80 pages. Paperback. Journal of the organization, with 5 articles: Teotihuacan Urban Design by Rosner; Migration Models for Clovis by Byrd; Human Rights & Rights on Female Genital Mutilation by Digan; Science, Politics and the Human Genome by Ramsey; Starving in Silence: Food Refusal as Social Protest by Yoder.
Fine/Wraps. Fine, with no marks. # B6927. $8.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Lane, Walter P.   ADVENTURES AND RECOLLECTIONS OF GENERAL WALTER P. LANE: A SAN JACINTO VETERAN, CONTAINING SKETCHES OF THE TEXAN, MEXICAN & LATE WARS  
Marshall, TX: News Messenger Pub Co., 1928. Reprint. 180 pages. Hardcover. Title continues: 'With several Indian fights thrown in.' The 1928 hardcover reprint of the scarce 1887 paperback edition, with additional biographical & historical info on Lane provided by his niece. Jenkins states the best edition, and he would later reprint this version himself. Jenkins states: "One of the best military memoirs, also a prime source on the period from the Texas Revolution through the Civil War." Bound in olive cloth, no text on spine. BTB 119-A.
VG/No Jacket. A very nice copy. Just a hint of rubbing, else Near Fine. # E0493. $120.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Lull, Robert W.   CIVIL WAR GENERAL AND INDIAN FIGHTER JAMES M. WILLIAMS: LEADER OF THE 1ST KANSAS COLORED VOLUNTEER INFANTRY & THE 8TH U.S. CAVALRY  
Denton: Univ. North Texas, 2013. 1st ed. 289 pages. Hardcover. 1574415026 1-57441-502-6. Excellent biography of General James Monroe Williams, a Negro officer serving in both the Civil War and in the Indian campaigns in the West. A few b/w photos & maps, bibliography and index.
VG/VG. An unsold copy with minor bruising to corners. # E0651. $14.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Martin, Howard N.   FOLKTALES OF THE ALABAMA-COUSHATTA INDIANS  
no place: Martin, 1946. 1st ed. 75 pages. Paperback. Martin started collecting these stories in 1935 from the oldest men and women in the tribes in order to preserve them.
VG/Wraps. Clean, solid, unmarked. No wear, but a little age darkened, with 1/4 inch stain on back cover. # B4550. $20.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Mason, Bernard S.   DANCES AND STORIES OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN  
New York: A.S. Barnes & Co., 1944. 269 pages. Hardcover. Photos by Paul Boris and others. Drawings by Frederic H. Koch. Diagrams of body movements and foot-step patterns.
VG/No Jacket. Clean, tight, unmarked save for PON. # B5119. $8.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
McDermott, editor, John Francis.   THE FRONTIER RE-EXAMINED  
Urbana: Univ. Illinois, 1967. 1st ed. 192 pages. Hardcover. Collection of thirteen papers which re-examine a wide range of events central to nineteenth century life. Much on the fur trade, western trails, myth and literature of the West. Sticker ghost on FEP.
Near Fine/Good+. Dj PC, foxed, not worn. Book crisp, tight, clean. No name or marks. # A1675. $12.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
McLuhan, T.C.   DREAM TRACKS: THE RAILROAD AND THE AMERICAN INDIAN 1890-1930  
New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1985. 1st Am. ed. 208 pages. Hardcover. 0810908352 0-8109-0835-2. Illustrated throughout in color and b/w with photographs from the William E. Kopplin Collection.
Fine/Fine. New old stock from our archives. # B7477. $15.75   View This Item  Inquire Now  
McReynolds, Edwin C.   THE SEMINOLES  
Norman: Univ. Oklahoma, 1985. Reprint. 400 pages. Paperback. 0806112557 0-8061-1255-7. From the Civilization of the American Indian Series. Fourth printing.
Fine/Wraps. Clean, tight, unmarked. Unread. # B5675. $11.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Minge, Ward Alan.   ACOMA: PUEBLO IN THE SKY, REVISED EDITION  
Albuquerque: Univ. New Mexico, 2002. Reprint. 145 pages. Paperback. 0826313019 0-8263-1301-9. History and culture of the Acoma people living at Sky City. B/w map, drawings, and photos and color photos. Appendices, notes, bibliography, and index.
Near Fine/Wraps. Tight, no wear or marks. # E1269. $12.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Morgan, William N.   PREHISTORIC ARCHITECTURE IN THE EASTERN UNITED STATES  
Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1980. 1st ed. 197 pages. Hardcover. 0262131609 0-262-13160-9. Initial examination of structures built thousands of years before Columbus. Illustrated with maps, drawings, and aerial photos. Comparable sites from other parts of the world are included.
VG/VG. Clean, tight, unmarked. Top is foxed. Dj light rubs at edges, corners. # B4609. $27.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Neill, Wilfred T.   FLORIDA'S SEMINOLE INDIANS  
St. Petersburg: Great Outdoors, 1956. 2nd ed. 128 pages. Paperback. 0820010189 0-8200-1018-9. History from formation, beginning in late eighteenth century, of the groups called Seminole. Four page bibliography. Print date not indicated, but it is a modern, post-1990 printing.
Near Fine/Wraps. Clean, tight, unmarked. No wear on book. # B5688. $5.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
New Mexico Magazine, .   INDIAN ARTS OF NEW MEXICO: POTTERY, JEWELRY, WEAVING, KACHINAS  
Santa Fe: New Mexico Magazine, 1975. 40 pages. Paperback. A collection of reprinted features from New Mexico Magazine, filled with color photos on every page.
Near Fine/Wraps. PON and "do not destroy" written on front cover, o/w unmarked. # B0126. $5.00     Inquire Now  
Parker, W.B.   THROUGH UNEXPLORED TEXAS: NOTES TAKEN DURING THE EXPEDITION COMMANDED BY CAPT. R.B. MARCY, USA  
Austin: Texas State Historical, 1990. Reprint. 242 pages. Hardcover. 0876110642 0-87611-064-2. Facsimile reprint of Parker's 1856 account of the Marcy expedition in the Summer and Fall of 1854. A lively and valuable narrative of frontier exploration. Ivory linen covered boards with black title on spine. Green and black dustjacket with wrap-around mountain view and title in orange block.
New/New. New copies. # E2154. $20.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Pearce, J.E.   TALES THAT DEAD MEN TELL: UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS BULLETIN, NO. 3537 OCTOBER 1, 1935  
Austin: U.T. Press, 1935. 1st ed. 118 pages. Paperback. Vol. I, No. 1 of Anthropology Papers of the University of Texas. 14 b/w photo illustrations. Stapled booklet.
VG/Wraps. Tight, no name or marks. Top 1 inch of front cover foxed. # B9376. $9.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Pemberton Press, .   GREAT SOUTH, THE NEW ROUTE TO THE GULF  
Austin: Pemberton Press, 1970. 30 pages. Paperback. Sepia-tone drawings on every page. Pamphlet is unpaginated, No author or date is given, but late 1960s or early 70s publication. A rather florid tale of the expansion of the railroads south and west, especially the MKT.
VG/Wraps. Tight, no wear. No name or marks. Cover is age-toned around edges. # B5547. $27.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Plummer, Rachael.   RACHAEL PLUMMER'S NARRATIVE OF TWENTY-ONE MONTHS SERVITUDE AS A PRISONER AMONG THE COMMANCHEE INDIANS (SP COMANCHE)  
Austin: Jenkins, 1977. Limited ed. 14 pages. Hardcover. SIGNED by William Reese, author of the introduction, and by Archibald Hanna, author of the preface. Number 400 of 400 copies. Photographic reproduction of 1838 original, only one known to exist. Plummer was captured at age 17 along with her 2-year old son and her cousins, Cynthia Ann Parker and John Richard Parker by raiding Comanches in 1836. Her narrative provides insight into Comanche life before persecution and expansionary pressures by Americans drove them further westward.
Fine/No Jacket. New old stock from our archives. # B9592. $375.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Potter, Mrs. W.R.   HISTORY OF MONTAGUE COUNTY  
St. Jo, TX: S.J.T. Printing, 1995. Reprint. 191 pages. Hardcover. REPRINT of the 1957 reprint of 1912 original. Tells much of Indian troubles on the frontier. Cracker Barrel #3372. Nicely bound in green cloth with gilt lettering. Small 5x7 inch format.
Near Fine/No Jacket. Gift inscription from local realtor on front endpaper welcoming owner to Montague County. Otherwise no signs of use. # B9138. $38.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Rickey, Don.   WAR IN THE WEST: THE INDIAN CAMPAIGNS  
Fort Collins, CO: Old Army Press, 1956. 37 pages. Paperback. Story of the Indian Wars lasting untill the early 1890s. Includes a page of bibliographic listings.
Fine/Wraps. No marks or wear. # B9079. $11.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Schaaf, Gregory.   AMERICAN INDIAN ART SERIES, VOLUME THREE: AMERICAN INDIAN TEXTILES-2,000 ARTIST BIOGRAPHIES  
Santa Fe: CIAC Press, 2001. 1st ed. 317 pages. Hardcover. 0966694848 0-9666948-4-8. 700 photos in color and b/w, bibliography.
Fine/Fine. No wear, no marks. # E1249. $30.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Schezen, Roberto photographs, .   VISIONS OF ANCIENT AMERICA  
New York: Rizzoli, 1990. 1st ed. 216 pages. Hardcover. 0847811786 0-8478-1178-6. Introduction by Ricardo Legorreta. Black and white photos by Roberto Schezen.
VG/VG. Clean, tight, unmarked. No visible wear. DJ a bit yellowed. # B3503. $9.25   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Shafer, Harry J.   ANCIENT TEXANS: ROCK ART & LIFEWAYS ALONG THE LOWER PECOS  
Austin: Texas Monthly, 1986. 1st ed. 247 pages. Hardcover. 0877190585 0-87719-058-5. Photographs by Jim Zintgraff. Story of the people who lived in the canyons of the Pecos and Devils rivers near the Rio Grande as long as nine thousand years ago. George Strickland illustrated the story of Moon's Band: A.D. 210, A Fictionalized Account. Essay on the geological evolution of the present landscape.
Fine/Fine. New old stock from our archives. # B9580. $95.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Shaw, George Everett.   ART OF GRACE AND PASSION: ANTIQUE AMERICAN INDIAN ART  
Aspen, CO: Aspen Art Museum, 1999. 1st ed. 108 pages. Hardcover. 0934324271 0-934324-27-1. Published in conjunction with an exhibition in Aspen in 1999-2000. Color photos of antique basketry, beadwork, carving, and pottery. Large 12 x 13.25 inch format.
Fine/Near Fine. Book has no wear or marks. Dustjacket has quarter-inch mended tear at top front, and slightly longer tear at top back with small associated wrinkle. # E1265. $30.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Sheehan, Sean, & David McAllister.   NATIVE AMERICANS: OVER 100 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS TO THINGS YOU WANT TO KNOW  
Bath UK: Parragon Publishing, 2000. 1st ed. 32 pages. Hardcover. 0752546481 0-7525-4648-1. Illustrated in color on every page with paintings and photos.
Fine/No Jacket. No wear, no marks. # E1095. $6.50   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Smart, Don, & Mary Joe Clendenin.   COMANCHE CAPTIVE: THE STORY OF JUANA CAVASOS  
Stephenville TX: Clendenin Books, 2003. 1st ed. 156 pages. Paperback. 0970148828 0-9701488-2-8. Historical fiction woven around the life of a real woman.
Near Fine/Wraps. No wear, no marks. # E1380. $9.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Spinka, Penina Keen.   PICTURE MAKER: A NOVEL  
New York: Dutton, 2002. Book Club ed. 464 pages. Hardcover. 0525946241 0-525-94624-1. American Indians, Inuit, and Norsemen all figure in this early epic.
Fine/Fine. Book Club Edition with no wear and no marks. # B9323. $5.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Stierlin, Henri.   THE CULTURAL HISTORY OF PRE-COLUMBIAN AMERICA  
London: Aurum Press Ltd., 1984. Reprint. 96 pages. Hardcover. 0906053692 0-906053-69-2. Fine color photos of sites in Mexico, Central America, and Peru. 12 x 9 inch format.
Near Fine/VG. Clean, tight, no name or marks. Dj has quarter-inch mended tear and associated wrinkle at spine top. # B8123. $16.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Stuart, Gene S.   AMERICA'S ANCIENT CITIES  
New York: National Geographic, 1988. Reprint. 200 pages. Hardcover. Color photos, paintings, and maps help to understand the lives of early inhabitants of the Americas. Leather-look binding.
Fine/Near Fine. Clean, tight, unmarked. No wear on book. # B7475. $5.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Taylor, Tobi.   AMERICAN INDIAN ART MAGAZINE VOLUME 35, NUMBER 1, WINTER 2009  
Scottsdale, Az: American Indian Art, Inc, 20. 1st ed. 96 pages. Paperback. Beautiful photos of weaving, jewelry, carving, basketry, and other crafts and arts. Essays about Cree dolls, vertically twined Plateau bags, the Hudson's Bay Collection in the Manitoba Museum, and Zacheriasand the Chicago Settee.
Fine/Wraps. No indication of previous use or handling. # B7354. $9.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Tehanetorens, (Ray Fadden).   TALES OF THE IROQUOIS VOLUMES I AND II  
Ohsweken, ON: Iroqrafts, 1998. Reprint. 174 pages. Paperback. 0919645232 0-919645-23-2. Two books in one include Key to Indian Pictographs and Tales of the Iroquois. B/w drawings and illustrations throughout.
Near Fine/Wraps. No wear, no marks. # E1334. $19.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Tekahionwake, (E. Pauline Johnson).   FLINT AND FEATHER: IROQUOIS REPRINTS  
Ohsweken, ON: Iroqrafts, 1997. Reprint. 77 pages. Paperback. 0919645267 0-919645-26-7. Born of Mohawk chief father and English mother, this lady gained celebrity throughout North America and England as a poet and performer. Poetry and biographical essay, b/w portrait frontis. Somewhat uncommon.
Near Fine/Wraps. No wear, no marks. # E1345. $12.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
U.S. Dept. of the Interior, .   FAMOUS INDIANS: A COLLECTION OF SHORT BIOGRAPHIES  
Washington D.C.: USGPO, 1966. Reprint. 47 pages. Paperback. Magazine-style format. Illustrated with portraits, Indian scenes, and a drawing of the Custer battlefield by a Souix survivor. On the front is an old USGPO price sticker for thirty-fice cents.
Fine/Wraps. Clean, tight, unmarked. # B4579. $10.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
various, .   THE BATTLES OF ADOBE WALLS AND LYMAN'S WAGON TRAIN 1874  
Canyon, Texas: Panhandle-Plains Historical, . 1st ed. 110 pages. Hardcover. Dark green leather-pattern cloth-covered boards with bright gilt titles on front and spine. Essays from various sources present perspectives on several Indian depredations on the Texas frontier. B/w photos and two maps of the Adobe Walls area. Index. Uncommon.
Near Fine/No Jacket. Tight, no wear, no marks. Edges have pale foxing. # E2115. $75.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Wheeler, William F.   EFE PYGMIES: ARCHERS OF THE AFRICAN RAIN FOREST  
New York: Rizzoli, 2000. 1st ed. Hardcover. 0847821625 0-8478-2162-5. Photographic essay on the Efe people of the Congo. Unpaginated. Black cloth with large paste-on photo of child on front and group on back. Large 11.25 x 14.25 inch format.
Fine/No Jacket. # B8801. $28.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Wherry, Joseph H.   INDIAN MASKS & MYTHS OF THE WEST  
New York: Bonanza, 1969. Reprint. 273 pages. Hardcover. Examines Indian myths of Creation, which in many ways are very similar to Western doctrine. 1st Bonanza reprint of Funk & Wagnalls. Lots of b/w photos. ISBN: 0-517-10456-3 in book.
VG/Fair. Dj back rubbed with 2 tears at bottom corners. Clean, tight, unread. # A1523. $6.75   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Whitfield County Historical, & Mrs. R.M..   OFFICIAL HISTORY OF WHITFIELD COUNTY, GEORGIA  
Georgia: Whitfield-Murray Hist., 1981. Reprint. 260 pages. Hardcover. Reprint of the 1936 edition. Well-organized history of Whitfield COunty which was commissioned in 1930 and published in 1936. B/w photos, much on Cherokees, Civil War and Reconstruction, schools, churches & social organizations, soldier rolls, census listings, etc. Extensively indexed. In navy blue cloth with gilt lettering.
Fine/No Jacket. A beautiful, unmarked copy. # B7100. $18.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  
Withers, Alexander Scott.   CHRONICLES OF BORDER WARFARE, OR A HISTORY OF THE SETTLEMENT BY WHITES OF NORTH-WESTERN VIRGINIA AND OF THE INDIAN WARS & MASSACRES  
Cincinnati: Stewart & Kidd Company, 1920. New Edition. 447 pages. Hardcover. This reprint is the 7th printing of the 1895 'New' edition, which was edited by Reuben Gold Thwaits from the 1831 original plus additional documents, sources and information gathered over many years by Dr. Lyman C. Draper. An excellent history of the early interactions of Whites into Indian lands in western Virginia. Well-noted and index. In black cloth with gilt lettering.
VG/No Jacket. Bit of foxing to endpapers, else a solid, unmarked VG+ copy. # E1935. $42.00   View This Item  Inquire Now  

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