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Horses and Bridles of the American Indian. Volume 2.

by Mike Cowdrey and Ned & Jody Martin

Hawk Hill Press, 2012. Dust jacket, oversize. $75.00

 

More than 500 color photographs and historic images help tell the history of the Indian bridle work, including beading work cloth decorations.

Contributions by Nakia Williamson-Cloud and Paul Raczka, with paintings by Winfield Coleman.



Revised August 23, 2014

* Denotes Southwest Books of the Year selection

  1. SOLD Aadland, Dan. Women and Warriors of the Plains: The Pioneer Photography of Julia E. Tuell. Foreword by Father Peter John Powell. A sensitive portrait of a woman who photographed the Cheyenne Indians. Contains examples of her work. Macmillan, 1996. Dust jacket. $29.95

  2. Aadland, Dan. Women and Warriors of the Plains: The Pioneer Photography of Julia E. Tuell. Foreword by Father Peter John Powell. A sensitive portrait of a woman who photographed the Cheyenne Indians. Contains examples of her work. Mountain Press, 2000. Soft cover. $18.00 *

  3. Abrams, George H. J. The Seneca People. Copy No. 5,813 of a limited 15,000 copies. Autographed by Tribal Chairman Robert Hoag. Indian Tribal Series, 1976. Stiff Blue Wraps. $15.00

  4. Ackerman, Robert E. The Kenaitze People. Copy No. 5,813 of a limited 15,000 copies. Autographed by Tribal Chairman George Miller, Jr. . Indian Tribal Series, 1975. Stiff Blue Wraps. $15.00

  5. Adam, Hans Christian. Edward Sheriff Curtis 1868-1952. This book shows the photographer's most impressive pictures and vividly details his journey through life. Trilingual edition. Taschen, 1999. Dust jacket, oversize. $50.00

  6. Adams, David Wallace. Education for Extinction: American Indians and the Boarding School Experience 1875-1928. The poignant story of American Indian children. 1st printing. University Press of Kansas, 1995. Dust jacket. $40.00

  7. Adams, David Wallace. Education for Extinction: American Indians and the Boarding School Experience 1875-1928. The poignant story of American Indian children. University Press of Kansas, 1995. Soft cover $17.95.

  8. Adamson, Joni. American Indian Literature, Environmental Justice, and Ecocriticism: The Middle Place. Explore the work of Sherman Alexie, Louise Erdrich, Jay Harjo, Simon Ortiz, Leslie Marmon Silko and others. University of Arizona Press, 2001. Soft cover. $19.95

  9. After the Buffalo Were Gone: The Louis Warren Hill, Sr., Collection of Indian Art. With essays on the culture and arts of the Blackfeet by Ann T. Walton, John C. Ewers, and Royal B. Hassrick. Northwest Area Foundation, 1985. Soft cover. $65.00

  10. African, Oceanic, and Pre-Columbian Art. Exhibition catalogue from the Sotheby Parke Bernet auction in October, 1974. Black and white photographs throughout. Wraps. $10.00

  11. Agnew, Brad. Fort Gibson: Terminal on the Trail of Tears. A history of the first (1824) and perhaps most significant U. S. military outpost in Indian Territory. University of Oklahoma Press, 1981. Dust jacket. $25.00 *

  12. Aguilar, George W. Sr. When the River Ran Wild!: Indian Traditions on the Mid-Columbia and the Warm Springs Reservation. Foreword by Jarold Ramsey. A personal memoir and tribal history of the Kiksht-speaking Eastern Chinookans who lived for centuries at Five Mile Rapids on the Columbia River. Oregon Historical Society Press, 2005. Soft cover. $22.50

  13. Alaska Geographic. Alaska's Native People. Large and colorful compilation of photos that explains just who and where are the many vastly differing "Native peoples" of Alaska. Alaska Geographic, 1979. Soft cover. $15.00

  14. Alexander, Hartley Burr. The Mythology of All Races. This tenth volume in a series of thirteen specializes in mythology of North America specifically covering a wide variety of Indian tribes. 33 plates throughout the book. Marshall Jones, 1937. Red cloth. $35.00

  15. Alexander, Hartley Burr.The World's Rim: Great Mysteries of the North American Indians. Foreword by Clyde Kluckhohn. 1st printing. University of Nebraska Press, 1953. Dust jacket with portions of top and bottom spine missing, wear on the edges $22.50

  16. Ali, Saleem H. Mining, the Environment, and Indigenous Development Conflicts. This book gets to the heart of resource conflicts and environmental impact assessment by asking why indigenous communities support environmental causes in some cases of mining development but not in others. This book presents four cases from the U.S. and Canada: the Navajos and Hopis with Peabody Coal in Arizona, and the Chippewas in Wisconsin. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $50.00

  17. All Roads are Good: Native Voices on Life and Culture. Weaves first person narratives, stunning illustrations and historic photographs celebrating American Indian culture and the contemporary landscape. Smithsonian Institution Press and National Museum of the American Indian, 1994. Dust jacket, oversize. $55.00

  18. SOLD Allen, Charles. Autobiography of Red Cloud War Leader of the Oglalas. Edited by R. Eli Paul. Written by Allen from Red Cloud's reminiscences told to him in the 1890s. Montana Historical Society Press, 1997. Soft cover. $15.95

  19. Allen, D. Totem Poles of the Northwest. Illustrated guide, detailing history and symbolism of the Totems from Washington, British Columbia and Alaska. Hancock House, 1977. Wraps. $5.00

  20. Allen, Paula Gunn. Grandmothers of the Light: A Medicine Woman's Sourcebook. Native American goddess traditions come alive - stories of wise women, shaman and spirit beings are beautifuly told and backed by strong scholarship. Beacon Press, 1991. Soft cover. $24.00

  21. Allen, Paula Gunn (editor). Song of the Turtle: American Indian Literature 1974-1994. 1st edition. A collection of American Indian literature that creates an eloquent cycle of story and self-exploration from the works of both major writers and emerging talents. Ballantine Books, 1996. Dust jacket. $25.00

  22. Always a People: Oral Histories of Contemporary Woodland Indians. Collected by Rita Kohn and W. Lynwood Montell, introduction by R. David Edmunds and oil portraits by Evelyn J. Ritter. Originally published in 1997, this volume tells the stories of forty individuals from seventeen different tribes, representing eleven nations. Indiana University Press, 2008. Soft cover. $24.95

  23. SOLD America is Indian Country: Opinions and Perspectives from Indian Country Today. Edited by Jose Barreiro and Tim Johnson. Discusses the biggest issues in both Indian and national public life. Fulcrum Publishing, 2005. Soft cover. $16.95

  24. SOLD American Indian Art. Sotheby public auction catalogue from July 1972. Wraps, $7.50

  25. American Indian Art. Thursday, October 26, 1978. Public auction catalog, final sale prices written in next to many items. Includes sheet listing sale results. Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc, 1978. Softcover. $12.50

  26. American Indian Art: Form and Tradition. Large exhibition catalogue organized by the Walker Art Center, Indian Art Association, and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Photos of a variety of differnt pieces of artwork. Soft cover. E.P. Dutton and Co., 1972. $25.00

  27. American Indian Artifact Price Guide No. 3: Northwest Coast Introduction. Illustrated guide with prices. American Indian Artifact Catalog Co. $10.00

  28. American Indian Crafts and Culture. May 1973, volume 7:5. Includes article on Wounded Knee by Russell Means, and Modern Blackfoot Woman's Dress by Michael Johnson. Wraps. $7.50

  29. American Indian Myths and Legends. Selected and edited by Richard Erdoes and Alfonso Ortiz. Stories from the many native tribes. 1st paperback edition. Pantheon, 1984. Soft cover, spine faded. $15.00 *

  30. American Indian Nonfiction: An Anthology of Writings, 1760-1930s. Edited by Bernd C. Peyer. Nearly seventy pieces by well-known writers that have not appeared in other collections, including personal letters, sermons, speeches, autobiographical sketches, humorous pieces, editorials and pamplets. University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Soft cover. $26.95

  31. American Indian Poetry: An Anthology of Songs and Chants. Edited by George W. Cronyn. Liveright Publishing. Soft cover. $5.00

  32. American Indian: Past and Present. Edited by Roger L. Nichols. Contains sixteen new contributions with 10 classic essays about American Indian heritage. University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. Soft cover. $39.95

  33. The American Indian Today. Edited by Stuart Levine and Nancy Oestreich Lurie. Contains chapters on the Eastern Cherokee, Houma, Nez Perce and the Prairie Potawatomi. 1st edition. Everett/Edwards, 1968. Decorated cloth. $8.00

  34. American Indians American Presidents: A History. Edited by Clifford E. Trafzer. Looks at the relationship between the Native Americans and the presidency. Illustrated. 1st edition. Smithsonian, 2009. Dust jacket, oversize. $29.95

  35. American Indians: Folk Tales & Legends. Edited with an introduction by Keith Cunningham. This collection of tales and stories allows the reader to learn more about the Native American culture. Folklore Society, 2001. Soft cover. $6.95

  36. American Scene. Volume 16. Number 1. This issue features articles on Horse Trappings, Hide Paintings, Curtis, and Arts of the Apsaroke. Thomas Gilcrease Institute, 1975. Wraps. $5.00

  37. And the Bead Goes On! Preface by Robert K. Liu, foreword by Wendy Weston-Ben and catalog essays by Stefani Salkeld. Exhibition catalog of Native American bead work, part of The Vision Persists: Native Folk Arts of the West. San Diego Museum of Man, 1995. Soft cover oversize. $22.00

  38. newbook cover SOLD Anderson, Gary Clayton. Ethnic Cleansing and the Indian: The Crime That Should Haunt America. How Anglo-American settlers and their governments committed crimes against Native Americans - but not genocide. University of Oklahoma Press, 2014. Dust jacket. $29.95 *

  39. SOLD Anderson, Gary Clayton. Little Crow: Spokesman for the Sioux. Compelling biography of a Sioux headman involved in the Dakota War of 1862. Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $25.00

  40. Anderson, Gary Clayton. Kinsmen of Another Kind: Dakota-White Relations in the Upper Missouri Valley, 1650-1862. 1st edition. The author shows how the Sioux concept of kinship entered into the tribe's complex social, economic, and political relationships with whites. University of Nebraska, 1984. Dust jacket. $20.00

  41. newAnderson, Jeffrey D. Arapaho Women's Quillwork: Motion, Life, and Creativity. Beautifully illustrated with more than 50 color and black-and-white images, this book is the first comprehensive examination of quillwork within Arapaho ritualized traditions. University of Oklahoma Press, 2013. Dust jacket. $39.95

  42. Anderson, Jeffrey D. One Hundred Years of Old Man Sage: An Arapaho Life. 1st edition. Story about an unforgettable Arapaho warrior who witnessed profound change in his community and was one of the last to see the Plains black with Buffalo. University of Nebraska, 2003. Dust jacket. $35.00

  43. Anderson, John A. Crying for a Vision: A Rosebud Sioux Trilogy 1886-1976. Photographs by Anderson, Eugene Buechel, and Don Doll. Foreword by Ben Black Bear, Jr. with an introduction by Herman Viola. Illustrated view of these Native people. Previous owner's inscription on back of title page. Morgan & Morgan, 1976. Soft cover oblong, $22.00

  44. SOLD Anderson, John A. The Sioux of the Rosebud: A History in Pictures. Photographs by the author, text by Henry W. Hamilton and Jean Tyree Hamilton. Interesting, informative and valuable for understanding Sioux culture. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1971. Dust jacket. $75.00

  45. Andersson, Rani-Henrik. The Lakota Ghost Dance of 1890. Uses for the first time some accounts of the Ghost Dance movement translated from Lakota. These Indian accounts along observations of Indian agents and the military provide a comprehensive study. University of Nebraska Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $50.00

  46. Andersson, Rani-Henrik. The Lakota Ghost Dance of 1890. Uses for the first time some accounts of the Ghost Dance movement translated from Lakota. These Indian accounts along observations of Indian agents and the military provide a comprehensive study. University of Nebraska Press, 2008. Soft cover. $35.00

  47. Andrews, Ralph W. Curtis' Western Indians. A photographic look at the Native American tribes of the Plains, Southwest and Northwest coast. Images by Edward S. Curtis. Bonanza Books, 1962. Dust jacket, oversize. $20.00

  48. Appleton, Le Roy H. American Indian Design & Decoration. Reprint of the most original and most powerful design art produced by the Native American Indians. Dover Publications, 1971. Soft cover, oversize showing wear, portion of clear plastic coming loose. $10.00

  49. Appleton, Le Roy H. Indian Art of the Americas. With color plates, the desings have been drawn and colored from the finest examples of Indian weaving, basketry, pottery, painting, etc. 1st edition. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1950. Dust jacket, with piece of spine missing at top and bottom. $50.00

  50. SOLD Archer, Jane. The First Fire: Stories of the Cherokee, Kickapoo, Kiowa, and Tigua. An entertaining blend of tribal legends and stories. Taylor Trade, 2005. Soft cover. $18.95

  51. Archuleta, Margaret L., Brenda J. Child, and K. Tsianina Lomawaima, eds. Away from Home: American Indian Boarding School Experiences, 1879-2000. Stories of the strategies of the experiences of Indian children at federal boarding schools. Heard Museum, 2000. Soft cover. $29.95

  52. Archuleta, Margaret and Dr. Rennard Strickland. Shared Visions: Native American Painters and Sculptors in the Twentieth Century. With essays by Joy L. Gritton and W. Jackson Rushing. Exhibition catalog held at the Heard Museum. New Press, 1993. Soft cover, oversize. $17.50 *

  53. Armstrong, William H. A Friend to God’s Poor: Edward Parmelee Smith. The first full-length biography of Smith, a Congregational minister from New England involved in social reform during the Civil War and later with Grant’s Peace Policy. 1st printing. University of Georgia Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $10.00

  54. Arneach, Lloyd. Long-Ago Stories of the Eastern Cherokee. A priceless and engaging collection of stories and legends - how the bear lost its long bushy tail and how the first strawberry came to be as well as accounts of the Trail of Tearsand of Sequoyah. Illustrated by Elizabeth Ellison. History Press, 2008. Soft cover. $14.99

  55. Arnold, James R. Jeff Davis's Own: Cavalry, Comanches and the Battle for the Texas Frontier. The men of the Second Cavalry went to Texas to fight Indian, and then they returned home to fight each other. John Wiley & Sons, 2000. Dust jacket. $30.00 *

  56. Art and the Native American: Perceptions, Reality, and Influences. Edited by Susan Scott. Papers in Art History from the Pennsylvania State University vol. X. Pennsylvania State University, 2002. Soft cover. $55.00

  57. Art of the Great Lakes Indians. An exhibition catalog organized by the Flint Institute of Arts, March 25 - July 1, 1973. Illustrated with text providing history and background of the Indians and the art. 1973. Soft cover. $50.00

  58. Art of the Huichol Indians. Edited by Kathleen Berrin. 140 illustrations depicting the late nineteenth century to present day art from this tribe living in the rugged mountain of the Sierra Madre. Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, 1978. Dust jacket. $75.00

  59. Art of the North American Indians: The Thaw Collection. Edited by Gilbert T. Vincent, Sherry Brydon, and Ralph T. Coe. Principal photography by John Bigelow Taylow. A comprehensive examination of native North American art collected by Eugene and Clare Thaw. Fenimore Art Museum, University of Washington Press, 2000. Dust jacket, oversize. $85.00

  60. Augusta, Mary. The Days of Augusta. Edited by Jean E. Speare. Photography by Robert Keziere. Portrayal of Mary Augusta Tappage's short story literature. Black and white photographs of Augusta in her later years. J.J. Douglas, 1977. Soft cover. $17.50

  61. Awakuni-Swetland, Mark. Dance Lodges of the Omaha People: Building from Memory. Introduction by Roger Welsch with a new afterword by the author. Drawing on the oral histories of forty Omaha elders collected in 1992, this book provides insights into how the lodges shaped Omaha cultural identity. University of Nebraska Press, 2008. Soft cover. $19.95

  62. Bad Heart Bull, Amon. A Pictographic History of the Oglala Sioux. Drawings by Bad Heart Bull, text by Helen H. Blish, introduction by Mari Sandoz. Detailed account of the drawings. University of Nebraska Press, 1967. Yellow and black cloth in Slipcase with paper label. $150.00

  63. Bailey, Garrick and Daniel C. Swan. Art of the Osage. Contributions by John W. Nunley and E. Sean StandingBear. This volume draws together more than two centuries' worth of Osage art, tracing the patterns of life and culture as they existed from contact to the present. Catalog for an exhibit. Saint Louis Art Museum, 2004. Dust jacket. $40.00

  64. Bailey, Paul. Ghost Dance Messiah. The Jack Wilson Story. The true story of Wovoka, the Paiute messiah, whose visions inspired the Indians to dreams of power, freedom, and peace but also led to bitter wars. Westernlore Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $27.50

  65. Baird, W. David. The Osage People. Copy No. 5,813 of a limited 15,000 copies. Autographed by Tribal Chief Sylvester Tinker. Indian Tribal Series, 1972. Stiff Blue Wraps. $15.00

  66. Baird, W. David. The Quapaw People. Copy No. 5,813 of a limited 15,000 copies. Autographed by Tribal Chairman Jess McKibben. Indian Tribal Series, 1975. Stiff Blue Wraps. $15.00

  67. Ballenger, Thomas Lee. The Development of Law and Legal Institutions Among the Cherokees. Introduction by Chad Smith, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. Provides a wealth of information on historic Cherokee law and judicial systems. Cherokee National Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $35.00

  68. Ballinger, Franchot. Living Sideways: Tricksters in American Indian Oral Traditions. The first full-length study of the diverse roles and dimensions of North American Indian tricksters. University of Oklahoma Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $32.95

  69. Bamert, Arnold. Africa: Tribal Art of Forest and Savanna. 1st edition. The author describes the precise regional, historical and cultural background of 210 art pieces illustrated in color. Thames and Hudson. 1980. Oversized with dust jacket and slipcase. $95.00

  70. Bancroft-Hunt, Norman. The Indians of the Great Plains. Text by Brancroft-Hunt, photographs by Werner Forman. Oversize format with photographs details the Plains Indian civilizations. Orbis Publishing, 1982. Dust jacket. $20.00

  71. Bancroft-Hunt, Norman. The Indians of the Great Plains. Text by Brancroft-Hunt, photographs by Werner Forman. Oversize format with photographs details the Plains Indian civilizations. University of Oklahoma Press, 1992. Soft cover. $15.00

  72. Bancroft-Hunt, Norman. Warriors - Warfare and the Native American Indian. A comprehensive study of the Native American Warrior, the ideal of the warrior and attitudes indigenous to warfare on the North American continent, complemented by superb photographs from American, Canadian and European mueseums. Salamandar Book, 1995. Dust jacket. $40.00

  73. SOLD Banks, Dennis with Richard Erdoes. Ojibwa Warrior: Dennis Banks and the Rise of the American Indian Movement. A honest and moving biography and retelling of events that read as a great campfire story. University of Oklahoma Press, 2004. Soft cover. $19.95

  74. SOLD Banner, Stuart. How the Indians Lost Their Land: Law and Power on the Frontier. The story of the complexities and contraditions of the long history of how Anglo-Americans justified the dispossession of Native Americans and the transfer of their land. Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $29.95

  75. SOLD Barnett, James F. The Natchez Indians: A History to 1735. The story of the Natchez Indians as revealed through accounts of Spanish, English, and French explorers,missionaries, soldiers, and colonists, and as revealed in the archaeological record. University Press of Mississippi, 2007. Dust jacket. $40.00

  76. SOLD Barry, John W. American Indian Pottery 2nd Edition: an identification and value guide. Over 400 full color plates will serve as a complete reference guide for the recently intrigued to the veteran collector. Books Americana, 1984. Dust jacket. $35.00

  77. Bataille, Gretchen M. Native American Women: A Biographical Dictionary. Garland Publishing, 1993. Casebound. $45.00

  78. Battey, Thomas C. The Life and Adventures of a Quaker Among the Indians. Story of a missionary who taught Caddo Indian children before moving to the Kiowa agency as a field agent. Corner House Publishers, 1972. Dust jacket. $25.00

  79. SOLD Baudin, Louis. Daily Life of the Incas. Well-researched and enthusiastically written. Dover. Soft cover. $7.95.

  80. Bauerle, Phenocia, ed. The Way of the Warrior: Stories of the Crow People.  Compiled and translated by Henry Old Coyote and Barney Old Coyote Jr. With vigor and insight, Crow elders tell their favorite stories of the exploits of memorable leaders from years past. University of Nebraska Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $24.95

  81. SOLD Baughman, Michael and Charlotte Hadella. Warm Springs Millennium: Voices from the Reservation. Story of the Native Americans and the land in north central Oregon. University of Texas Press, 2000. Soft cover. $16.95

  82. Baylor, Byrd. Before You Came This Way. Illustrated by Tom Bahti. Childrens book with illustrations of prehistoric Indian petroglyphs. Dutton, 1970. Dust jacket. $20.00

  83. Beaver Steals Fire: A Salish Coyote Story. Illustrated by Sam Sandoval. Story of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. Winner of the American Indian Youth Literature Award. University of Nebraska Press, 2005. Soft cover, oversize. $12.95

  84. Becher, Ronald. Massacre along the Medicine Road: A Social History of the Indian War of 1864 in Nebraska Territory. Story of the Cheyenne and Sioux warriors who launched a series of raids along the California-Oregon Trail. Caxton Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $32.95

  85. Beck, Paul N. Inkpaduta: Dakota Leader. Reassesses the life of this Santee Sioux leader who participated in Custer's defeat and the Spirit Lake Massacre. University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $24.95

  86. Becher, Ronald. Massacre along the Medicine Road: A Social History of the Indian War of 1864 in Nebraska Territory. Caxton Press, 1999. Soft cover. $22.95

  87. Bec, Tom. The Art of Edward S. Curtis: Photographs from The North American Indian. Over 100 images are representended in this volume. Images from the John Work Garrett Library, Johns Hopkins University. Chartwell Books, 1995. Dust jacket, oblong. $17.50

  88. Beckham, Stephen Dow. Requiem For a People: The Rogue Indians and the Frontiersmen. The history of the Indians of the Rogue country in southwestern Oregon, from their first contacts with white men to their removal of their survivors in 1856. University of Oklahoma Press, 1971. Soft cover. $20.00

  89. Becoming Brave: The Path of Native American Manhood. Introduction and captions by Laine Thom. A historic photographic essay on the culture and artifacts of Native American men. Chronicle Books, 1992. Dust jacket. $29.95

  90. Becoming Brave: The Path of Native American Manhood. Introduction and captions by Laine Thom. A historic photographic essay on the culture and artifacts of Native American men. Chronicle Books, 1992. Soft cover. $18.95

  91. Belden, Bauman L. Indian Peace Medals Issued in the United States 1789 - 1889. The authoritative history of the silver, bronze, pewter and copper medals issued by the American government and fur tradiing companies to promote peace and friendship with the American Indians. N. Flayderman & Co., 1966. Dust jacket. $100.00

  92. Benes, Rebecca C. Native American Picture Books of Change: The Art of Historic Children's Editions. With a foreword by Gloria Emerson. This is the story of the children's books of the last century beautifully illustrated by Native American artists. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $45.00

  93. Berghold, Reverend Alexander. The Indians' Revenge or Days of Horror: Some Appalling Events in the History of Sioux. Edited by Don Heinrich Tolzmann. Reprint of a classic chapter - the 1862 Sioux uprising in Minnesota known as the Dakota Conflict. Edinborough Press, 2007. Soft cover. $14.95

  94. Berthrong, Donald J. The Southern Cheyennes. Classic history of this great Plains tribe. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $24.95

  95. SOLD Betty, Gerald. Comanche Society: Before the Reservation. This account presents analyses of the formation of clans and the way they functioned across wide areas to produce cooperation and alliances. Drawing on obscure details buried in Spanish accounts of their time, Betty provides an interpretive gaze into the culture of the 18th and 19th century Comanches. Texas A&M University Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $39.95

  96. Betty, Gerald. Comanche Society: Before the Reservation. This account presents analyses of the formation of clans and the way they functioned across wide areas to produce cooperation and alliances. Drawing on obscure details buried in Spanish accounts of their time, Betty provides an interpretive gaze into the culture of the 18th and 19th century Comanches. Texas A&M University Press, 2002. Soft cover. $22.95 *

  97. Between Indian and White Worlds: The Cultural Broker. Edited by Margaret Connell Szasz. Provides a new understanding of countless intermediaries, such as arists, strudents, traders, authors, political figures and performers wo have bridged the divide between Indian and White from 1690 to the present. Signed by the editor. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $17.50

  98. Beyond the Reach of Time and Change: Native American Reflections on the Frank A. Rinehart Photograph Collection. Edited by Simon J. Ortiz. This book provides an unusual perspective on the collection, featuring one hundred images printed from the original negatives from the Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition in Omaha in 1898 - to be known as the Indian Congress. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $50.00

  99. Beyond the Reach of Time and Change: Native American Reflections on the Frank A. Rinehart Photograph Collection. Edited by Simon J. Ortiz. This book provides an unusual perspective on the collection, featuring one hundred images printed from the original negatives from the Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition in Omaha in 1898 - to be known as the Indian Congress. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Soft cover oversize. $24.95

  100. Bierhorst, John. The Way of the Earth: Native America and the Environment. Using Native testimony and texts to examine how Native Americans view and use natural resources. 1st edition. William Morrow, 1994. Dust jacket. $15.00

  101. Bill Reid and Beyond: Expanding on Modern Native Art. Edited by karen Duffek and Charlotte Townsend-Gault. A wide-ranging and thought-provoking collection of personal memoires and scholarly reappraisals on the career of the Haida artist Bill Reid. University of Washington Press, 2004. Dust jacket. 35.00

  102. Billingshurst, Jane. Grey Owl: The Many Faces of Archie Belaney. Foreword by Donald B. Smith. An illustrated biography of this legendary Canadian trapper. Kodansha International, 1999. Dust jacket. $22.00

  103. Bilosi, Thomas. Organizing the Lakota: The Political Economy of the New Deal on the Pine Ridge and Rosebud Reservations. 1st edition. This book considers the implementation of the Indian Reorganization Act in South Dakota from 1933 through 1945. University of Arizona, 1992. Dust jacket. $37.50

  104. Birchfield, D. L. How Choctaws Invented Civilization and Why Choctaws Will Conquer the World. A provocative book. University of New Mexico Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $24.95

  105. Black Elk. Black Elk Speaks: Being the Life Story of a Holy Man of the Ogala Sioux. As told through John G. Neihardt. Named as one of the ten best spiritual books of the twentieth century, Black Elk Speaks is the acclaimed story of Lakota visionary and healer Black Elk and his people. University of Nebraska, 1988. Red cloth. $45.00

  106. Black Elk. Black Elk Speaks: Being the Life Story of a Holy Man of the Ogala Sioux. As told through John G. Neihardt. Named as one of the ten best spiritual books of the twentieth century, Black Elk Speaks is the acclaimed story of Lakota visionary and healer Black Elk and his people. University of Nebraska, 2004. Soft cover. $14.95

  107. Black Elk. The Sacred Pipe: Black Elk's Account of the Seven Rites of the Ogala Sioux. Edited and illustrated by Vera Louise Drysdale. Originally recorded and edited by Joseph Epes Brown. Foreword by Arthur Amiotte. University of Oklahoma Press, 1995. Soft cover, oversize with minor wear. $16.95

  108. Black Elk, Wallace and William S. Lyon. Black Elk: The Sacred Ways of a Lakota. 1st edition. This engaging first-person account captures Wallace Black Elk's humor, charm, and worldview. Harper & Row, 1990. Dust jacket. $16.95

  109. Black Elk DeSersa, Esther et al. Black Elk Lives: Conversations with the Black Elk Family. 1st edition. Edited by Hilda Neihardt and Lori Utecht. These conversations offer an intimate look at life on the Pine Ridge Reservation and fresh perspectives on the religous, economic, and political opportunities and challenges facing the Lakota people in the twenty-first century. University of Nebraska, 2000. Dust jacket. $25.00

  110. SOLD Black Hawk. Life of Black Hawk. The autobiography, originally told to translator Antoine Leclair and published in 1834, tells of the Sauk and Fox Indians. Edited by Milo Milton Quaife. Dover. Soft cover. $6.95

  111. Blackhawk, Ned. Violence Over the Land: Indians and Empires in the Early American West. Focusing on the Great Basin region, a discussion on the Indian culture and impact of Euopean expansion. Uncorrected page proofs. Harvard University Press, 2006. Soft cover. $15.00

  112. Blaeser, Kimberly M. Gerald Vizenor: Writing in the Oral Tradition. 1st edition. Blaeser in this first book-length study of the most prolific Native American writer of twentieth century, lays the groundwork essential for understanding his complex work. University of Oklahoma Press, 1996. Dust jacket. $29.95

  113. Blaine, Martha Royce. The Pawnees: A Critical Biography. Published for the Newberry Library Center for the History of the American Indian Bibliographical Series this bibliography is in chronological order beginning with the French and Spanish colonial period when the Pawness were first discovered and recorded. Indiana University Press, 1980. Stiff wraps. $15.00

  114. Blake, Michael. Indian Yell. Author discusses the factors in volving twelve significant conflicts into a gripping narrative, illuminating the undercurrents of conflict between nations during America's westward expansion. Black and white illustrations throughout. Northland, 2006. Dust jacket. $21.95 *

  115. Boarding School Blues: Revisiting American Indian Educational Experiences. Edited and with an introduction by Clifford E. Trafzer, Jean A. Keller, and Lorene Sisquoc. First volume of essays ever to focus on the American Indian boarding school experience. University of Nebraska Press, 2006. Soft cover. $20.00

  116. Boas, Franz. The Central Eskimo. Introduction by Henry G. Collins. University of Nebraska Press, 1972. Soft cover. $8.50

  117. Boas, Franz. Primative Art. A 'must' reading for art historians and anthropologists, providing a definitive analysis of the fundamental traits of primitive art. Originally published in 1927 and reissued in 1955. Dover. Soft cover. $10.00

  118. Boehme, Sarah, E. et al. Powerful Images: Portrayal of Native America. 1st edition. Oversized book gives broad overview of traditional Plains and Southwest native art by Emma I. Hanson emphasizes the importance of religion and spirituality, ideal roles of men and women, and individual acheivements and aspirations. Museums West, 1998. Dust jacket. $50.00

  119. Boehme, Sarah, E. et al. Powerful Images: Portrayal of Native America. 1st edition. Museums West, 1998. Soft cover. $29.95

  120. Boesen, Victor and Florence Curtis Graybill. Edward S. Curtis: Photographer of the North American Indian. Biography of one of the great photographers and ethnologists. Illustrated with Curtis images and family pictures. 1st edition. Dodd, Mead, 1977. Dust jacket. $35.00

  121. Boissevain, Ethel. The Narragansett People. Copy No. 5,813 of a limited 15,000 copies. Autographed by Tribal Chief George Watson. Indian Tribal Series, 1975. Stiff Blue Wraps. $15.00

  122. Bolt, Christine. American Indian Policy and American Reform: Case Studies of the Campaign to Assimilate the American Indians. Examines key aspects of American Indian policy with topics including slavery, anthropology, education and urban Indians. Allen & Unwin, 1987. Dust jacket. $12.50

  123. Bordewich, Fergus M. Killling the White Man's Indian: Reinventing Native Americans at the End of the Twentieth Century. In-depth exploration of "Indian Country" that overturns the myths. 1st edition. Doubleday, 1996. Dust jacket. $15.00

  124. Boughter, Judith A. Betraying the Omaha Nation, 1790-1916. 1st edition. Boughter draws on national and regional rchives, government documents, private papers, ethnographic studies, and the testimony of many Omahas to present this in-depth account of the Omahas suffered and how little the government officials learned from their mistakes. University of Oklahoma Press, 1998. Dust jacket. $34.95

  125. SOLD Boyd, Doug. Mad Bear: Spirit, Healing, and the Sacred In the Life of a Native American Medicine Man. The story of a member of the Bear Clan of the Tuscarora Nation of the Six-Nation Iroquois Confederacy of the United States and Canada - a Native American rights-activist. Touchstone Book, 1994. Soft cover. $13.00

  126. Boyd, Maurice. Kiowa Voices: Ceremonial Dance, Rital and Song Volume I. Kiowa Historical and Research Society recorded the Kiowa cultural beliefs and values as preserved in ceremonial dances and song rituals, their legends and art. Illustrated with historic photographs and color plates 3rd printing. Texas Christian University Press, 1981. Dust jacket, oversize. $55.00

  127. Boyd, Maurice. Kiowa Voices: Myths, Legends and Folktales Volume II. Kiowa Historical and Research Society present their versions of the Saynday stories, many published for the first time. Historic photographs and contemporary drawings. 1st printing. Texas Christian University Press, 1983. Dust jacket, oversize. $55.00

  128. Boye, Alan. Holding Stone Hands: On the Trail of the Cheyenne Exodus. Boye provides a vivid, moving account of the Cheyennes' struggle to return to Montana and details the trek he and his Cheyenne companions made through four states and his growing understanding of why the Cheyenne's longing for their homeland was stronger than their desire to live. University of Nebraska, 1999. Dust jacket. $35.00

  129. SOLD Boyle, William Henry. William Henry Boyle's Personal Observations on the Conduct of the Modoc War. Edited by Richard H. Dillon. Limited to 300 copies. Early California Travels Series No. 48. Contains series announcement of final volumes, 1959. Dawson's Book Shop. $125.00

  130. Bradford, W. R. The Catawba Indians of South Carolina. Printed under the direction of the South Carolina Senate and distributed to members of the Senate and House Representatives. c. 1946. Gray wraps. $15.00

  131. Brandford, Joanne Segal. From the Tree Where The Bark Grows... North American Basket Treasures from the Peabody Museum, Harvard University. Catalogue depicting black and white illustrations with accompanying text of North American baskets. New England Foundation for the Arts, 1984. Wraps. $20.00

  132. SOLD Brandon, William. The Rise and Fall of North American Indians: From Prehistory through Geronimo. This account draws on many disciplines to trace the intricate history of New World peoples. Rowman & Littlefield Publishing, 2003. Dust jacket. $34.95

  133. Braund, Kathryn E. Holland. Deerskins & Duffels: Creek Indian Trade With Anglo-America, 1685-1815. 1st edition. This book documents the trading relationship between the Creek Indians in what is now the southeastern United States and the Anglo-American peoples who settled there. University of Nebraska, 1993. Dust jacket with minor wear. $50.00

  134. Bray, Kingsley M. Crazy Horse: A Lakota Life. Biography that corrects older, idealized accounts - and draws on a greater variety of sources than other recent biographies - to expose the real Sioux warrior. University of Oklahoma Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $34.95

  135. Bray, Kingsley M. Crazy Horse: A Lakota Life. Biography that corrects older, idealized accounts - and draws on a greater variety of sources than other recent biographies - to expose the real Sioux warrior. Advanced reader's copy. University of Oklahoma Press, 2006. Soft cover. $15.00

  136. Breaking Barriers: Perspectives on the Writing of Indian History. Edited by David L. Beaulieu. Results from workshops on the topic in conjunction wih the American Historical Association. Newberry Library, Center for the History of the American Indian. 1978. Wraps, stapled, oversize. $10.00

  137. Bright, William. Native American Placenames of the United States. A comprehensive, alphabetical lexicon that describes American placenames derived from Native languages. University of Oklahoma Press, 2005. Soft cover. $29.95

  138. Brill de Ramirez, Susan Berry. Contemporary American Indian Literature & the Oral Tradition. 1st edition. An introduction to conversive literary and scholarly strategies. University of Arizona, 1999. Blue cloth. $40.00

  139. Britten, Thomas A. The Lipan Apaches: People of Wind and Lightning. Story of this dominant tribe and their adaptation in Texas. University of New Mexico, 2011. Soft cover. $24.95

  140. Broder, Patricia Janis. Earth Songs, Moon Dreams: Paintings by American Indian Women. The book focuses on both traditional and modern art, offering a historical and stylistic overview of artwork belonging to fifty-seven tribes across the United States, Alaska, and Canada. St. Martin's Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $60.00 *

  141. Brody, J. J. Indian Painters & White Patrons. Examines Native American art as a passive response to White paternalism. Illustrated. University of New Mexico Press, 1971. Dust jacket with minor wear. $60.00

  142. SOLD Broker, Ignatia. Night Flying Woman: An Ojibway Narrative. 1st edition. The accounts of the lives of several generations of Ojibway people in Minnesota is much information about their history and culture. Previous owners name inscribed on front page. Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1983. Dust jacket. $40.00

  143. Brooks, Drex. Sweet Medicine: Sites of Indian Massacres, Battlefields and Treaties. Essay by Patricia Nelson Limerick, foreword by James Welch. Current photographs by Brooks at each site. Front endsheet has a tear. First edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1995. Dust jacket, oblong. $20.00

  144. Broome, Jeff. Dog Soldier Justice: the Ordeal of Susanna Alderdice in the Kansas Indian War. Foreword to this edition by John H. Monnett with a new preface by the author. Compelling story of the atrocities perpetrated upon Kansas settlers by roving bands of Indians, including the captivity and murder of Alderdice and her children in 1869. Originally printed in 2003. University of Nebraska Press, 2009. Soft cover. $19.95 *

  145. bury my heart Brown, Dee. Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West. The classic. Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee is Dee Brown's eloquent, meticulously documented account of the systematic destruction of the American Indian during the second half of the nineteenth century. A national bestseller in hardcover for more than a year after its initial publication, it has sold almost four million copies and has been translated into seventeen languages. Using council records, autobiographies, and firsthand descriptions, Brown allows great chiefs and warriors of the Dakota, Ute, Sioux, Cheyenne, and other tribes to tell us in their own words of the battles, massacres, and broken treaties that finally left them demoralized and defeated. A unique and disturbing narrative told with force and clarity, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee changed forever our vision of how the West was really won. 30th Anniversary Edition. Henry, Holt and Company, 2001. Soft cover. $16.00

  146. terpning SOLD Brown, Harley. Terpning: Tribute to the Plains People. With more than 120 full-color paintings, this volume is the most comprehensive collection of Howard Terpning's work to date. The text by fellow artist Harley Brown provides a unique artist's view of Terpning's oeuvre through discussions of his colors, composition, inspiration, and sheer talent. 1st edition. Greenwich Workshop, 2012. Dust jacket, oversize. $85.00

  147. Brown, Harry J. Injun Joe's Ghost: The Indian Mixed-Blood in American Writing. Examination of "mixed-blood" with issues of anthropology, U.S. Indian policy, popular fiction, myth, history and culture. University of Missouri Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $47.50

  148. SOLD Brown, John P. Old Frontiers: The Story of the Cherokee Indians from Earliest Times to the Date of Their Removal to the West, 1838. 1st edition. Discusses the struggle of the Cherokee to hold the land of their fathers against white encroachment. Southern Publishers, 1938. Blue cloth. $150.00

  149. SOLD Brown, Mark H. The Flight of the Nez Perce: A History of the Nez Perce War. 1st edition. The definitive work on the subject of the Nez Perce war of 1877. The author has used vast amounts of source material in the preparation of this book, including thousands of pages of official correspondence from the files of the Adjudant General of the Army, General Howard's letter books, and the files of the Lapwai Indian Agency. Previous owners bookplate front end sheet; name scribbled out. G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1967. Dust jacket. $55.00

  150. Brown, Michael F. Who Owns Native Culture? Documents the efforts of indigenous peoples to redefine heritage a protected resource. Harvard University Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $29.95

  151. SOLD Brown, Steve C. Sun Dogs & Eagle Down: The Indian Paintings of Bill Holm. Work of Holm, expert on Northwest Coast, Plateau, and Plains Indian art. Reproduction for forty-nine full color reproductions of his paintings of traditional Indian scences created from the 1950s to present. University of Washington Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $40.00

  152. Bruchac, Joseph. The Girl Who Married the Moon: Tales from Native North America.. Told by Joseph Bruchac and Gayle Ross. An imaginative collection of stories celebrating the female rite of passage. Fulcrum Publishing, 2006. Soft cover. $9.95

  153. SOLD Bruchac, Joseph. Our Stories Remember: American Indian History, Culture, and Values through Storytelling. An irresistible invitation from award-winning Native American author - to review different stories from Navajo, Cree, Sioux, Cherokee and others. Fulcrum Publishing, 2003. Soft cover. $16.95

  154. Bruchac, Joseph. Return of the Sun: Native American Tales from the Northeast Woodlands. Illustrated by Gary Carpenter. A collection of Native American folk tales. Previous owner's label on half title page. Crossing Press, 1990. Soft cover. $5.00

  155. Bruchac, Joseph. Roots of Survival: Native American Storytelling and the Sacred. The first major collection of Bruchac's writings about Native folklore and culture. 1st printing. Fulcrum, 1996. Dust jacket. $15.00

  156. Bruchac, Joseph. Survival This Way: Interviews with American Indian Poets. Sun Tracks Vol. 15. University of Arizona Press, 1987. Soft cover. $18.95

  157. Brumble, H. David III. American Indian Autobiography. With a new introduction by the author. Informative book on the nature and value of American Indian autobiographies. University of Nebraska Press, 2008. Softcover. $18.95

  158. Brumble, H. David III. An Annotated Bibliography of American Indian and Eskimo Autobiographies. Includes a list of editors, anthropolists, ghosts and amanuenses. 1st printing. University of Nebraska Press, 1981. Brown cloth. $15.00

  159. Buchwald, June and Harriet Smith. Children of Indian America. Young adult. Very brief overview of Indian children and their youth's experiences. Museum Storybook, 1968. Wraps. $10.00

  160. Bullchild, Percy. The Sun Came Down: The History of the World as My Blackfeet Elders Told It. Foreword to the Bison Books edition by Woody Kipp. The richest collection of Blackfeet legends to be found. University of Nebraska Press, 2005. Soft cover. $22.95

  161. Bunte, Pamela A. and Robert J. Franklin. From the Sands to the Mountain: Change and Persistence in a Southern Paiute Community. Study of the San Juan Southern Paiute Tribe provides a sociopolitical history ethnography of this community. University of Nebraska, 1987. Tan cloth. $20.00

  162. Burnham, Philip. Indian Country, God's Country: Native Americans and the National Parks. Traces the complex relationship between Native Amerians and the national parks. 1st printing. Island Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $28.00

  163. SOLD Burns, Louis F. Osage Indian: Customs and Myths. An excellent general study of the Osage with meticulous research. University of Alabama Press, 2005. Soft cover. $19.95

  164. Burt, Jesse and Robert B. Ferguson. Indians of the Southeast: Then and Now. Drawings by David S. Wilson. Provides a history of the Native Americans, their religion, languages, culture, food, games, and customs. Abingdon Press, 1973. Dust jacket with minor wear. $15.00

  165. Burt, Larry W. Tribalism in Crisis: Federal Indian Policy, 1953-1961. 1st edition. This study of federal Indian policy during the Eisenhower era is the first complete account of a particularly significant period in recent Native American history. University of New Mexico, 1982. Dust jacket. $27.50

  166. Burton, Jeffrey. Indian Territory and the United States, 1866-1906: Courts, Government, and the Movement for Oklahoma Statehood. 1st edition. Burton demonstrates how judicial reform, by extending the authority of the United States in Indian Territory, undermined the governments of the five republics until abolition of the tribal courts spelled the end of self-rule. University of Oklahoma Press, 1995. Dust jacket. $28.95

  167. Bush, Alfred L. and Lee Clark Mitchell. The Photograph and the American Indian. The first major book to present a comprehensive look at photographs of Indians by both Native and Anglo Americans from 1840 to the present. Photographers are among the well-known and unknown, from images taken in the studio to their native lands. Princeton University Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $50.00

  168. Bushnell, David I., Jr. Drawings by John Webber of Natives of the Northwest Coast of America, 1778. With twelve plates. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 80:10. Smithsonian, 1928. Original grap wraps, pages loose. $20.00

  169. Buttree, Julia M (Julia M. Seton). The Rhythm of the Redman: In Song, Dance, and Decoration. Introduction, art section and illustrtion by Ernest Thompson Seton. The author spent years among the Indians collecting materials to present numerous songs and dances. Two Boy Scout stamps on front end page. Ronald Press, 1930. Dust jacket has wear, tears. $30.00

  170. SOLD By Native Hands: Woven Treasures from the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art. Essays by various authors on Indian basketry in different regions of the world, including the Southwest and Northwest Coast. Illustrated with photographs of the artists and their work. Lauren Rogers Museum of Art, 2005. Dust jacket. $60.00

  171. Caduto, Michael J. Keepers of the Earth: Native American Stories and Environmental Activities for Children. Foreword by N. Scott Momaday. Illustrations by John Kahionhes Fadden and Carol Wood. Guide for helping Children love and care for the earth. Fulcrum Publishing, 1997. Soft cover. $21.95

  172. Cahill, Cathleen D. Federal Fathers and Mothers: A Social History of the United States Indian Service, 1869-1933. The first in-depth social history of the agency during the height of its assimilation efforts in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. University of North Carolina Press, 2011. Soft cover. $24.95

  173. Calloway, Colin G. The American Revolution in Indian Country: Crisis and Diversity in Native American Communities. Presents the first broad coverage of Indian experiences in the Revolution rather than of Indian participation as allies or enemies. Cambridge University Press, 1995. Dust jacket. $20.00 *

  174. Calloway, Colin G. Crown and Calumet: British-Indian Relations, 1783-1815. Summarizes the relationship between the British and Native Americans. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1987. Dust jacket. $22.50

  175. SOLD Calloway, Colin G. One Vast Winter Count: The Native American West Before Lewis and Clark. History of the American West Series. This magnificent, sweeping account traces the histories of the Native peoples of the American West from their arrival thousands of years ago to the early nineteenth century. Calloway depicts Indian country west of the Appalachians to the Pacific, with emphasis on conflict and change. 1st edition. University of Nebraska Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $39.95

  176. Calloway, Colin G. One Vast Winter Count: The Native American West Before Lewis and Clark. History of the American West Series. This magnificent, sweeping account traces the histories of the Native peoples of the American West from their arrival thousands of years ago to the early nineteenth century. Calloway depicts Indian country west of the Appalachians to the Pacific, with emphasis on conflict and change. University of Nebraska Press, 2003. Soft cover. $19.95

  177. SOLD Calloway, Colin G. The Shawnees and the War for America. An excellent survey of Shawnee history in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, which vividly illustrates the important role played by the Shawnee people in the history of both the Ohio Valley and the new American nation. Penguin Library of American Indian History. Viking, 2007. Dust jacket. $19.95

  178. Campbell, John Martin. North Alaska Chronicle: Notes from the End of Time: the Simon Paneak Drawings. A collaborative effortbetween Campbell, a member of the 1956 Yale North Alaska Expedition and Paneak, a Nunamiut tribesman. Presentation copy to Bob Euler signed by
    Campbell. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1998. Soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  179. SOLD Campbell, Maria. Halfbreed. The autobiography of a Metis from Canada, surviving the brutal realities of poverty and substance abuse in 1940s Saskatchewan, until she finds her way with the help of her Cree great-grandmother. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $10.95

  180. Captured by the Indians: 15 Firsthand Accounts, 1750 - 1870. Edited by Frederick Drimmer. Originally published as Scalps and Tomahawks. Stories of pioneers and settlers who lived through captivity with te Indians. Dover. Soft cover with wear. $6.95

  181. Caraway, Caren. Native American Designs. Provides designs used by Southwest, Eastern Woodland, Plains, Northwest, Southeastern Woodland - all that can used for creative projects. Stemmer House, 1985. Soft cover oversize. $27.95

  182. SOLD Caraway, Caren. Plains Indian Designs. Provides designs used by the Plains Indians. 2d edition. Stemmer House, 1993. Soft cover. $5.95

  183. Carlson, Paul H. The Plains Indians. Charts the evolution and growth of the Plains Indians from 1750 to 1890. Texas A&M University Press, 1998. Soft cover. $20.00

  184. Carney, Cary Michael. Native American Higher Education in the United States.  Reviews the historical development of higher education for the Native American community. Review copy of noted Western historian Dr. Robert Trennert with notes on separate sheet laid in. Transaction Publishers, 1999. Dust jacket. $25.00

  185. Carpenter, Edmund. Oh, What a Blow That Phantom Gave Me! 1st edition. Account of what electronic toys are doing to us. Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1973. Dust jacket. $25.00

  186. Carr, Harry. The West is Still Wild: Romance of the Present and the Past. Illustrations by Charles H. Owens. Chapters include stories on Navajo Country, Enchanted Mesa, Carlsbad Caverns, Santa Fe and Spanish Southwest. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Tan cloth with staining, paper labels on cover and spine. $30.00

  187. Carriker, Robert C. The Kalispel People. Copy No. 5,899 of a limited 15,000 copies. Autographed by Tribal Chief Louis Andrews. Indian Tribal Series, 1973. Stiff Blue Wraps with slight discoloration. $15.00

  188. Carriker, Robert C. Father Peter John DeSmet: Jesuit in the West. Biography of the missionary to the Sioux, Blackfeet, Flatheads, Kalispels, and Potawatomis. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1995. Dust jacket. $30.00

  189. Carroll, Al. Medicine Bags & Dog Tags: American Indian Veterans from Colonial Times to the Second Iraq War. The story of Native individuals whose military service has defended ancient homelands, perpetuated longstanding warrior traditions and promoted tribal survival and sovereignty. University of Nebraska Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $45.00

  190. Carstarphen, Meta G. and John P. Sanchez, editors. American Indians and the Mass Media. Collection of essays which explore Native experience and the mainstream media's impact on American Indian histories, cultures, and communities. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. Soft cover. $24.95

  191. Carter, Cecile Elkins. Caddo Indians: Where We Come From. A chronicle of the Caddo past in Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas and Oklahoma, using both archaeological data, oral histories and records left by French, Spanish and American explorers, missionaries, traders and government officials.1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1995. Dust jacket. $25.00

  192. Carter, Forrest. The Education of Little Tree: A True Story. Foreword by Rennard Strickland. The fictional biography of a Cherokee growing up. University of New Mexico Press, 1990. Dust jacket. $10.00

  193. Carter, Samuel, III. Cherokee Sunset A Nation Betrayed: A Narrative of Travail and Triumph, Persecution and Exile. Illustrated history of the Cherokee. Review copy of Dr. Robert Trennert, containing his pencil notations and markings. 1st edition. Doubleday, 1976. Dust jacket with wear. $20.00

  194. Cash, Joseph H. and Gerald W. Wolff. The Ottawa People. Copy No. 5,813 of a limited 15,000 copies. Autographed by Tribal Chief Lewis Barlow. Indian Tribal Series, 1976. Stiff Blue Wraps with slight discoloration. $15.00

  195. Cash, Joseph H. and Gerald W. Wolff. The Ponca People. Copy No. 1006 of a limited 15,000 copies. Autographed by Tribal Chair Felix Allen. Indian Tribal Series, 1975. Stiff Blue Wraps. $15.00

  196. Cash, Joseph H. The Potawatomi People (Citizen Band). Copy No. 1006 of a limited 15,000 copies. Autographed by Tribal Chair Gerald L. Peltier. Indian Tribal Series, 1976. Stiff Blue Wraps. $15.00

  197. SOLD Castile, George Pierre. Taking Charge: Native American Self-Determination and Federal Indian Policy, 1975 - 1993. An exploration of the Indian Self-Determination Act of 1975 and if it achieved its mission during the Carter, Reagan and first Bush administration. University of Arizona Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $35.00

  198. Chapman, Serle L., ed. We, The People: Of Earth and Elders vol. II. Photographed, edited and compiled by Chapman. Preface by Karen L. Testerman Foreword remarks by Presidednt William Jefferson Clinton. Chapters written by various Native American people. 1st edition. Mountain Press, 2001. Soft cover. $29.95

  199. Chebahtah, William & Nancy McGown Minor. Chevato: The Story of the Apache Warrior who Captured Herman Legmann. The oral history of the Lipan Apache warrior who captured the young Legmann from his Texas homestead and became his captor and his friend. Taken from the point of view on both the Apache and Comanche capture of children. University of Nebraska Press, 2007. Soft cover. $24.95

  200. SOLD The Cherokee Indian Nation: A Troubled History. Edited by Duane H. King. Traces the history and changing culture. Review copy previously owned by noted Western historian Dr. Robert Trennert, with his pencil notations, markings and additional sheet of notes. 1st edition. University of Tennessee Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $15.00

  201. SOLD Chicago & North-Western Railway Line. The Indian - The Northwest 1600 - 1900: The Red Man, the War Man, the White Man. Illustrated history of the native tribes and region. 1st edition. Previous owner' name along with information that the book was sent by W. M. Dodd, Ticket Agent for the railroad in 1901. Also numerous newspaper clippings from 1901-1907 about the book and Native Americans. Fold-out map at back of book. Chicago & North-Western Railway, 1901. Stiff pictorial wraps. $35.00

  202. Chicago & North-Western Railway Line. The Indian, The Northwest 1600 - 1900: The Red Man The War Man The White Man and the North Western Line. Wonderful tour guide with information on the Native Americans. Illustrated with color maps and fold out maps. Previous owner's name on first loose page. Chicago & North-Western Railway, 1901. Soft cover with full color decoration on cover, spine splitting. $22.50

  203. Chiefly Feasts: The Enduring Kwakiutl Potlatch. Edited by Aldona Jonaitis. Illustrated volume of the art made by the Kwakiutl Indians of northern Vancouver Island and the nhearby mainland, assessmbled in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century of the American Museum of Natural History by Franz Boas. University of Washington Press, 1991. Dust jacket, oversize. $45.00

  204. Chiefs & Generals: Nine Men Who Shaped the American West. Edited by Richard W. Etulain and Glenda Riley. Chapters on Chief Red Cloud, Victorio, Chief Joseph, O.O. Howard, Geronimo, George Crook, General George Custer, Ranald Mackenzie and Nelson A. Miles. Fulcrum Publishing, 2004. Soft cover. $17.95

  205. SOLD Chihuly, Dale. Chihuly's Pendletons: and their influence on his work. Beautiful color photographs of the Pendleton blankets and textiles that impaced Chihuly glass work. Included in this volume are selections of Chihuly's series of Blanket Cylinders. 1st edition. Portland Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $75.00

  206. Child, Brenda J. Boarding School Seasons: American Indian Families 1900-1940. Revealing look at the experiences at Indian boarding schools using new materials. Winner of the 1995 North American Indian Prose Award. University of Nebraska Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $20.00

  207. Chinquilla. The Old Indian's Almanac. A chronological account of treaties, land cessions, relations between the Native Americans and the United States government from 1550 to 1938. Includes extracts of reports from Sherman and Crook. Compiled and printed at the Indian Craft Museum, Jamaica, N.Y. Soft cover with rope tie. $25.00

  208. SOLD Choctaw Tales. Collected and annotated by Tom Mould. Discusses the tales, the folklore, folklife and the storytellers of the past and present. University Press of Mississippi, 2004. Brown cloth. $50.00

  209. Choctaw Tales. Collected and annotated by Tom Mould. Discusses the tales, the folklore, folklife and the storytellers of the past and present. University Press of Mississippi, 2004. Soft cover. $25.00

  210. SOLD Christopher, F.J. Basketry. How-to book includes basic instructions on the selection of materials, use of tools and equipment, care of tools and material, and the technical terms. Dover, 1952. Soft cover. $7.50

  211. A Circle of Nations: Voices and Visions of American Indians / North American Native Writers and Photographs. Foreword by Leslie Marmon Silko, introduction by Michael Dorris and edited by John Gattuso. A collection of writings and images that reflect contemporary Indian life. Beyond Words Publishing, 1993. Dust jacket. $30.00

  212. Claims for Depredation by Sioux Indians [To accompany bill H.R. no. 377]. Report by Mr.Windom from the Committee on Indian Affairs. Involving actions of the Sioux in 1862. Extract from 38th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives, Report No. 42. Printed April 4, 1864. Pages discolored. Wraps. $15.00

  213. Clark, Ian Christie. Indian and Eskimo Art of Canada. Illustrated by Dominque Darbois. Record of one of the most widely-acclaimed exhibitions of Indian and Eskimo art. Ryerson Press, 1971. Dust jacket. $35.00

  214. SOLD Clarkin, Thomas. Federal Indian Policy in the Kennedy and Johnson Administrations 1961-1969. This groundbreaking work is the first major study of the U.S. Indian policy duirng the landmark years of the Kennedy and Johnson presidencies. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $34.95

  215. SOLD Clements, William M. Oratory in Native North America. Examines in detail a wide range of source material representing cultures throughout North America, analyzing speeches made by Natives as recorded by whites. These texts are comprehensive documents that report not only the contexts of the speeches but the entirety of the delivery. University of Arizona Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $40.00

  216. Clendinnen, Inga. Azecs: An Interpretation. Dramatic analyses of the Aztec rituals. Cambridge, 1993. Soft cover with some wear. Special $10.00

  217. Clifton, James A. The Prairie People: Continuity and Change in Potawatomi Indian Culture 1665-1965. Specifically focuses on the Prairie Band of Potawatomi located near Topeka, Kansas. Review copy used by Dr. Robert Trennert with pencil notations and markings, includes separate sheet of notes. Regents Press of Kansas, 1977. Dust jacket. $20.00

  218. Cobb, Daniel M. Native Activism in Cold War America: The Struggle for Sovereignty. This is the first book-length study of American Indian political activism during its seminal years from the end of WWII to the late 1960s. University Press of Kansas, 2008. Dust jacket. $34.95

  219. Cody, Iron Eyes. Indian Talk: Hand Signals of the American Indians. Illustrated with photographs showing hand signals. Naturegraph Co., 1970. Soft cover rubbed on edges. $7.50

  220. Coel, Margaret. Wife of Moon. Compelling mystery fiction combing photographer Edward Curtis and his photographs. 1st edition. Berkley Prime Crime, 2004. Dust jacket. $22.95

  221. SOLD Cohen, Felix S. On the Drafting of Tribal Constitutions. Edited by David E. Wilkins with foreword by Lindsay G. Robertson. The best document which illustrates what the federal government was thing before the BIA began working with tribes to form governments under the Indian Reorganization Act. University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $34.95

  222. Cole, Douglas and Ira Chaikin. An Iron Hand Upon the People: The Law Against the Potlatch on the Northwest Coast. Drawing on previously unavailable primary source materials, the authors succeed in shedding new light on a crucial chapter in the history of native peoples. 1st edition. Douglas & McIntyre,1990. Dustjacket. $29.95

  223. Coleman, Michael C. American Indian Children at School, 1850-1930. Utilizes more than a hundred autobiographical accounts written by American Indians recalling their schooling in government and missionary institutions. 1st printing. University Press of Mississippi, 1993. Dust jacket. $40.00

  224. Coleman, Michael C. American Indians, the Irish, and Government Schooling: A Comparative Study. The first full comparison of American and British government attempts to assimilate “problem peoples” through mass elementary education. Review copy of noted Western historian Dr. Robert Trennert with his notes and review on separate sheets laid in the book. 1st printing. University of Nebraska Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $35.00

  225. Collier, John. The Indians of the Americas. The historical survey of the oldest inhabitants of the hemisphere with their past and future. Written by the former U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs. 1st edition. Norton, 1947. Dust jacket, worn with small pieces missing and tears. $15.00

  226. SOLD Colorado River Indian Tribes. Smoke Signals. Tribal newsletter, issue containing letters of 1870 Colorado River Reservation by Indian agents. Volume 19:2, August 15, 1974. Wraps. $10.00

  227. Coltelli, Laura. Winged Words: American Indian Writers Speak. 1st edition. The author interviews numerous Indian poets and novelists as they candidly discuss each of the major issues confronting current Indian writers. University of Nebraska, 1990. Dust jacket. $27.50

  228. SOLD Comanche Ethnography: Field Notes of E. Adamson Hoebel, Waldo R. Wedel, Gustav G. Carlson, and Robert H. Lowie. Compiled and edited by Thomas W. Kavanagh. In the summer of 1933, six anthropolgists met with eighteen Comanche elders in Oklahoma, to record the latter's reminiscences of traditional culture. This monumental volume makes available for the first time the largest archive of traditional cultural information on Comances gathered by anthropologists. University of Nebraska Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $55.00

  229. Confer, Clarissa W. The Cherokee Nation in the Civil War. A broad overview of the war as it affected the Cherokees - a social history of a people plunged into crisis - discussing how the Cherokee faced a devasting upheaval in the Civil War after just beginning to recover from the ordeal of removal. University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. Soft cover. $16.95

  230. Congdon-Martin, Douglas. Storytellers and Other Figurative Pottery. A extensive collection of over 400 ceramic pieces by almost 150 artists - shown in full color. Schiffer, 1990. Soft cover. $25.00

  231. Conley, Robert J. A Cherokee Encyclopedia. A quick reference to most things Cherokee, including people, customs, events and things. University of New Mexico Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $24.95

  232. Conley, Robert J. Cherokee Medicine Man: The Life and Work of a Modern-Day Healer. The in-depth description of a remarkable Cherokee medicine man and his practice. University of Oklahoma Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $19.95

  233. Conley, Robert J. Cherokee Nation: A History. The first history of the Cherokees to appear in over four decades, this is also the first to be endorsed by the tribe and written by a Cherokee. The survey begins with origin myths and legends and explores the relationships with other Indian groups and European missionaries and settlers, going on to discuss the forced migrations and Cherokee life today. University of New Mexico Press, 2005. Soft cover. $21.95

  234. SOLD Conley, Robert J. Cherokee Thoughts, Honest and Uncensored. In 26 essays laced with humor, understatement and even sarcasm, Conley takes on politics, culture, his people's history and what it means to be Cherokee. University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. Soft cover. $19.95

  235. SOLD Conn, Richard. Native American Art in the Denver Art Museum. This large catalogue demonstrates the chronological and geographic breadth of representation of American Indian arts and the high artistic quality of a large number of individual works. 500 photographs. Denver Art Museum, 1979. Soft cover. $50.00

  236. Contemporary Native American Cultural Issues. Edited by Duane Champagne. Provides a broad coverage of the many issues that face Native American individuals and nations today. AltaMira Press, 1999. Case bound. $65.00

  237. Contemporary Sioux Painting. Catalog for an exhibition organized by the Indian Arts and Crafts Board of the United States Department of the Interior. Tipi Shop, 1970. Soft cover, rubbed. $15.00

  238. Cook-Lynn. Anti-Indianism in Modern America: A Voice from Tatekeya's Earth. 1st edition. The author confronts the politics and policies of genocide that continue to destroy the land, livelihood, and culture of Native Americans.University of Illionois, 2001. Dust jacket. $26.95

  239. Coolidge, Dane and Mary R. The Last of the Seris: The Aboriginal Indians of Kino Bay, Sonora, Mexico. Reprint. Rio Grande Classics, 1973. $35.00

  240. Covarrubias. The Eagle, the Jaguar, and the Serpent: Indian Art of the Americas North America Aslaska, Canada, the United States. Contains color plates and black and white illustrations of the Indian art. 1st edition with some wear. Knopf, 1954. Dust jacket with minor wear. $80.00

  241. Covington, James W. The Seminoles of Florida. The most comprehesive account of the history of the Flordia Seminoles. University Press of Florida, 1993. Soft cover. $24.95

  242. Coward, John M. The Newspaper Indian: Native American Identity in the Press, 1820-1960. University of Illinois Press, 1999. Wraps. $18.95

  243. indian bridles Cowdrey, Mike and Ned & Jody Martin. Horses and Bridles of the American Indian. Volume 2. More than 500 color photographs and historic images help tell the history of the Indian bridle work, including beading work cloth decorations. Contributions by Nakia Williamson-Cloud and Paul Raczka, with paintings by Winfield Coleman. Hawk Hill Press, 2012. Dust jacket, oversize. $75.00

  244. Cowger, Thomas W. The National Congress of American Indians: The Founding Years. 1st edition. Cowger tells the story of the founding and critical first two decades of this important organization. University of Nebraska, 1999. Blue cloth. $50.00

  245. Cox, James H. Muting White Noise: Native American and European Novel Traditions. A discussion how Native authors have rewritten the storytelling traditions of conquest in order to liberate our imaginations from the colonial narrative. University of Oklahoma Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $29.95

  246. Cozzens, Peter, ed. Eyewitnesses to the Indian Wars 1865-1890: Volume two - The Wars for the Pacific Northwest. This is the second volume in a planned five volume series that will tell the saga of the military struggle for the American West in the words of the soldiers, noncombatants, and Native Americans who shaped it. This volume discusses the encounters between the army and Indians, including the Modoc War and the long and bloody Nez Perce campaign. 1st edition. Stackpole Books, 2002. Dust jacket. $49.95 *

  247. Cozzens, Peter, ed. Eyewitnesses to the Indian Wars 1865-1890: Volume three - Conquering the Southern Plains. This is the third volume in a planned five volume series that will tell the saga of the military struggle for the American West in the words of the soldiers, noncombatants, and Native Americans who shaped it. This volume brings a wealth of source material on the Southern Plains and Texas. 1st edition. Stackpole Books, 2003. Dust jacket. $54.95 *

  248. Cramer, Renee Ann. Cash, Color, and Colonialism: The Politics of Tribal Acknowledgment. Exploring the formal and informal struggles over acknowledgment, Cramer argues that we cannot fully understand the process until we under the contexts within which it operates. University of Oklahoma Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $24.95

  249. SOLD Crawford, Isabel. Kiowa: Story of a Blanket Indian Mission. 1st edition. Diary of a Baptist missionary working with the Kiowa tribe from 1896-1906. The female missionaries were called "Jesus women" by the Indians. Previous owner's name inscribed front end page. Fleming H. Revell, 1915. Red cloth. $45.00

  250. Creation's Journey: Native American Identity and Belief. Draws on the collections of the National Museum of the American Indian to retell stories of native life. Illustrated with color images of artifacts. Edited by Tom Hill and Richard Hill. 1st edition. Smithsonian, 1994. Dust jacket, oversize. $22.50

  251. Creation's Journey: Native American Identity and Belief. Draws on the collections of the National Museum of the American Indian to retell stories of native life. Edited by Tom Hill and Richard Hill. Smithsonian, 1994. Soft cover, oversize. $10.00

  252. Criminal Justice in Native America. Edited by Marianne O. Nielsen and Robert A. Silverman. Collection of essays written for this volume, detailing a contemporary overview of how the American criminal justice system impacts Native Americans on both sides of the law. University of Arizona Press, 2009. Soft cover. $34.95

  253. SOLD Crow Dog, Leonard and Richard Erdoes. Crow Dog: Four Generations of Sioux Medicine Men. Extraordinary and epic accounty of a Native American clan from a contemporary of Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse to leader of AIM at the second Wounded Knee. 1st edition. HarperCollins, 1995. Dust jacket. $35.00

  254. Crum, Stephen J. The Road on Which We Came: A History of the Western Shoshone. 1st edition. The first comprehensive history of the Great Basin Shoshone illustrates them as an active force in their own history, effectively adapting to a harsh physical environment, defending their territory in the nineteenth century, and working to modify or reject assimilationist policy in the present. University of Utah, 1994. Dust jacket. $30.00

  255. Culin, Stewart. Games of the North American Indians. Most complete work ever prepared on the games of the Native Americans. Reprint of 1902-03 BAE. Dover. Soft cover. $22.50

  256. Curtis, Edward S. The Image Taker: The Selected Stories and Photographs of Edward S. Curtis. Edited by Gerald Hausman and Bob Kapoun. Foreword by Joe Medicine Crow. Selected from Curtis' 20-volume masterwork, The North American Indian, this book features 181 photographs, rarely seen before in print, alongside the histories, myths, and legends of the 26 tribal nations portrayed. World Wisdom, 2009. Soft cover. $26.95

  257. Curtis, Edward S. In a Sacred Manner We Live: Photographs of the North American Indian. Introduction by commentary by Don D. Fowler. A superb representative selection of Curtis's photographs. Wethervane Books, 1972. Dust jacket. $27.50

  258. Curtis, Edward S. In the Land of the Head-Hunters. Written and illustrated with photographs by Curtis about the Northwest Indians. Indian Life and Indian Lore Series. Originally published in 1915. Tamarack Press, 1975. Soft cover. $10.00

  259. SOLD Curtis, Edward S. Indian Days of the Long Ago. Written and illustrated with photographs by Curtis about the Indians of the northern plains. Drawings by F. N. Wilson. Indian Life and Indian Lore Series. Originally published in 1915. Tamarack Press, 1975. Soft cover. $10.00

  260. Curtis, Edward Sherriff. The Many Faces of Edward Sherriff Curtis: Portraits and Stories from Native North America. Steadman Upham and Nat Zappia examine eighty of Curtis's portraits of Native Americans and discuss them in relation to other photographs and the period. The Gilcrease Museum, 2006. Dust jacket, oversize. $60.00

  261. Curtis, Edward S. Native Americans. A nice collection of his photographs reproduced in a handy book, multi-languages by Hans Christian Adam. Taschen. Stiff soft cover. $7.99

  262. Curtis, Edward S. The North American Indian: The Complete Portfolios. All of Curtis images in this one volume. Taschen. Stiff soft cover showing wear. $20.00

  263. SOLD Curtis, Edward S. The North American Indians. A Selection of Photographs by Edward S. Curtis. Text compiled with an introduction by Joseph Epes Brown. Previous owner's name on inside front cover. Aperture Book, 1972. Brown soft cover with Curtis photo. $17.50

  264. SOLD Curtis, Edward S. Portraits from North American Indian Life. Introductions by A. D. Coleman & T. C. McLuhan. Selected images from the photographer's work along with explanatory text. Published in Association with the American Museum of Natural History by Outerbridge & Lazard, 1972. Pictorial (Curtis image) paper on boards with black cloth spine. Oversize. $150.00

  265. Curtis, Edward S. Portraits from North American Indian Life. Introductions by A. D. Coleman & T. C. McLuhan. Selected images from the photographer's work along with explanatory text. A&W Visual Library, Promontory Press on spine and dj . Oblong, Dust jacket with tears. $30.00

  266. SOLD Curtis, Edward S. Portraits from North American Indian Life. Introductions by A. D. Coleman & T. C. McLuhan. Selected images from the photographer's work along with explanatory text. A&W Visual Library. Oblong, soft cover. $20.00

  267. Daily, David W. Battle for the BIA: G. E. E. Lindquist and the Missionary Crusade against John Collier. A compelling picture of Lindquist's crusade - a struggle bristling with personal animosity, political calculation, and religious zeal - as he promoted Native Christian leadership and sought to preserve Protestant influence in Indian Affairs. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $39.95

  268. Darcy McNickle's The Hungry Generations: The Evolution of a Novel. Edited by Birgit Hans. The story and early version of McNickle's groundbreaking and semi-autobiographical novel, The Surrounded. University of New Mexico Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $34.95

  269. SOLD Daugherty, Richard D. The Yakima People. Copy no. 5,813 of a limited 15,000. Autographed by Robert Jim, chairman of the Yakima Tribal Council. History of the people with black and white illustrations throughout. Indian Tribal Series, 1973. Stiff Blue Wraps. $15.00

  270. SOLD Davis, Barbara. Edward S. Curtis: the life and times of a shadow catcher. Biography of the famed photographer and examples of his work. Chronicle Books, 1985. Dust jacket. $75.00

  271. Day, Fine. My Cree People. Introduction by Adolph Hungry Wolf. Tribal Handbook Good Medicine vol. no. 9. Good Medicine Books, 1973. Green wraps. $10.00

  272. SOLD Dearborn, Frances R. How the Indians Lived. Illustrated by H. Boylston Dummer. Very informative account of how the Indians lived at home, hunted, made baskets, gathered food, made weapons, and so forth. Ex-library. Ginn and Company, 1927. Hardcover. $7.50

  273. Deerfoot,Chief R. The Life of the Cherokee Indian Evangelist (SeventeenYears Uncivilized. Contains the Sermon Save Life of Indian Chief, an interview between Chief Deerfoot and Elizabeth Wilde. Blue wraps. $30.00

  274. DeJong, David H. Promises of the Past: A History of Indian Education. Selections from goverment documents, court decisions, letters of BIA officials and eyewitness accounts trace the white man's effort to educate and assimilate Indians into the Euro-American culture. Review copy of noted Western historian, Dr. Robert Trennert with sheet of notes laid in. 1st printing. North American Press, 1993. Dust jacket. $20.00

  275. De Laguna, Frederica. The Story of a Tlingit Community: A Problem in the Relationship Between Archaeological Ethnological, and Historical Methods. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 172. GPO, 1960. Green cloth. $25.00

  276. SOLD Delaney, Robert W. The Southern Ute People. Copy no. 5,813 of a limited 15,000. Autographed by Leonard C. Burch, chairman of the Southern Ute Tribal Council. History of the people with black and white illustrations throughout. Indian Tribal Series, 1974. Stiff Blue Wraps. $15.00

  277. SOLD Deloria, Philip J. Indians in Unexpected Places. Revealing accounts of Indians doing unexpected things - singing opera, driving cars, acting in Hollywood - in ways that suggest new directions for American Indian history. University Press of Kansas, 2004. Dust jacket. $24.95

  278. Deloria, Vine, Jr. God is Red: A Native View of Religion. New foreword by Leslie Marmon Silko and George E. Tinker. 30th Anniversary Edition. Fulcrum, 2003. Soft cover. $21.95

  279. Deloria, Vine, Jr. ed. Of Utmost Good Faith. The case of the American Indian against the Federal Government as documented in treaties, speeches, judicial rulings, congressional bills and hearings from 1830 to the present. Definitive documentation of the significant encounters between the Indians and the government. 1st edition. Straight Arrow Books, 1971. Dust jacket with wear on the edges. $15.00

  280. Deloria, Vine, Jr. Red Earth, White Lies: Native Americans the Myth of Scientific Fact. Fulcrum Publishing, 1997. Soft cover. $16.95

  281. Deloria, Vine, Jr. We Talk, You Listen: New Tribes, New Turf. The thesis that America is under going change. 1st printing. Macmillan, 1970. Dust jacket. $25.00

  282. Deloria, Vine, Jr. We Talk, You Listen: New Tribes, New Turf. The thesis that America is under going change. New introduction by Suzan Shown Harjo. University of Nebraska Press, 2007. Soft cover. $19.95

  283. Deloria, Vine, Jr. The World We Used to Live In: Remembering the Powers of the Medicine Men. The final work of the great Native American scholar, takes us into the realm of the spiritual and reveals through eyewitness accounts the immense power of medicine men. Fulcrum Publishing, 2006. Soft cover. $16.95

  284. Delorme, Eugene P. Chief: The Life History of Eugene Delorme, Imprisoned Santee Sioux. Edited by Inez Cardozo-Freeman. A riveting account of an urban Sioux who has spent much of his life in prison. University of Nebraska, 1994. Dust jacket. $26.00

  285. Dempsey, Hugh A. Charcoal's World. This book is a classic example of Indian-white confrontation where the clash of two cultures is the result of neither completely understanding the other. Previous owner's inscription. Western Producer Prairie Books, 1978. $17.50

  286. Dempsey, Hugh A. Crowfoot: Chief of the Blackfeet. Written by an authority on the Blackfeet, this biography is concise and delightful. Volume 122 of The Civilization of American Indians Series. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $13.95

  287. Dempsey, Hugh A. Crowfoot: Chief of the Blackfeet. Written by an authority on the Blackfeet, this biography is concise and delightful. Volume 122 of The Civilization of American Indians Series. 2nd printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1974. Yellow cloth. $35.00

  288. Dempsey, Hugh A. History in Their Blood: The Indian Portraits of Nicholas de Grandmaison. Introduction by J. Russell Harper. From the collection in the Bank of Montreal. Limited edition. Signed by Scott Hean. Douglas & McIntyre, 1982. Red leather spine in cloth slipcase. $100.00

  289. Dempsy, Hugh A. Indian Tribes of Alberta. Glenbow-Alberta Institute, 1978. Good. Soft cover. $10.00

  290. Dempsy, Hugh A. Indian Tribes of Alberta. Glenbow Museum, 1986. Revised, expanded, and updated. Good. Soft cover. $10.00

  291. Dempsey, Hugh A. Red Crow Warrior Chief. Biography of this Canadian Siksika Indian from the Native American point of view. University of Nebraska Press, 1980. Dust jacket. $25.00

  292. SOLD Dempsey, Hugh A. The Vengeful Wife and Other Blackfoot Stories. A collection of stories about warfare, hunting, ceremonies, sexuality, the supernatural, and captivity, resulting from fifty years of interviewing tribal elders and sifting through archives. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $34.95

  293. Dempsey, L. James. Blackfoot War Art: Pictographs of the Reservation Period, 1880-2000. With 150 illustrations, Dempsey plumbs the breadth and depth of a warrior representational art to show how interrelated these experiences were among the Sikiska, Blood, and North and South Piegan tribes of the Blackfoot nation. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Dust jacket, oversize. $45.00 *

  294. Densmore, Frances. The American Indians and Their Music. Information on the songs and musical instruments. List of women on front endsheet. Revised edition. Womans Press, 1936. Red cloth. $32.50

  295. Devon, Marjorie, ed. Migrations: New Directions in Native American Art. The work of six Native American artists - Steven Deo, Tom Jones, Larry McNeil, Ryan Lee Smith, Star Wallowing Bull and Marie Watt - selected because they engage in contemporary art rather than the "traditional" work. Includes essays by art historians and critics. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Soft cover. $24.95

  296. D'Harcourt, Raoul. Textiles of Ancient Peru and Their Techniques. Edited by Grace G. Denny and Carolyn M. Osborne. Classic work on Peruvian textiles. University of Washington Press, 1977. Soft cover. $25.00

  297. Dillon, Richard H. North American Indian Wars. Chapters on the Conquistadores, colonial period, westward movement, Plains Indian fighting and Custer. Illustrated with photographs, drawings and paintings. Chartwell, 1993. Dust jacket, oversize. $15.00

  298. Dimensions of Native America: The Contact Zone. Exhibit curated by Jehanne Teilhet-Fisk and Robin Franklin Nigh. Preface by J. Anthony Paredes. Catalog with objects from Native Americans across the country. Illustrated. Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University, 1998. Soft cover. $20.00

  299. Dinter, Maarten Hesselt van. Native Designs from North America. Unique collection of native designs can be used for a variety of purposes, including print art, needle work and body decorations. Contains a CD-Rom. HvD Publishing, 2006. Soft cover oversize. $14.95

  300. Dixon, David. Never Come to Peace Again: Pontiac's Uprising and the Fate of the British Empire in North America. First complete account of Pontiac's Uprising to appear in nearly fifty years, a richly detailed account of the causes, conduct, and consequences of events that proved pivotal in American colonial history. Campaigns and Commanders series v. 7. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $34.95

  301. Dobyns, Henry F. Their Number Become Thinned: Native American Population Dynamics in Eastern North America. Analyzes the dynamics of Indian population trends from the appearance of first Europeans in 1492 until the present day. Includes an essay with WilliamR. Swagerty. University of Tennessee Press, 1983. Soft cover. $25.00

  302. Dockstader, Frederick J. Indian Art in America: The Arts and Crafts. Comprehensive presentation of the visual arts of the Indian, based upon the resources of the Heye Foundation. 4th printing, unrevised except for title change and additions to the bibliography. New York Graphic Society. Dust jacket has tears on top. $25.00

  303. Dockstader, Frederick J. Indian Art of the Americas. Exhibition catalog of a touring exhibit organized by the Museum of the American Indian. Laid in a card listing the Heard Museum Lectures including Dr. Dockstader speaking on Indian art on February 22, 1975. 1st edition. Heye Foundation, 1973. Decorative casebound. $25.00

  304. SOLD Dodge, Richard Irving. The Indian Territory Journals of Colonel Richard Irving Dodge. Edited by Wayne R. Kime. Dodge, a well-known chronicler of western history and an authority on Plains Indians, provides an important account of conditions in Indian Territory from 1878-1880, a period of rapid transition. The Cheyenne-Arapaho reservation was the center of Dodge's activity. University of Oklahoma Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $34.95

  305. SOLD Doll, Don, S.J. Vision Quest: Men, Women, and Sacred Sites of the Sioux Nation New York: (1994) First Edition $ 60.00

  306. newDorn, Edward. The Shoshoneans: The People of the Basin-Plateau. Expanded Edition. Photographs by Leroy Lucas. Edited by Matthew Hofer. Foreword by Simon J. Ortiz. First published almost fifty years ago and long out of print, The Shoshoneans is a classic American travelogue about the Great Basin and Plateau region and the people who inhabit it. University of New Mexico Press, 2013. Soft cover. $34.95

  307. Dorset 82: Cape Dorset Graphics Annual. Art from the Indigenous Natives from Canada. M. F. Feheley, 1982. Soft cover. $10.00

  308. Douglas Frederic H. & Rene D. Harnoncourt. Indian Art of the United States. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1941. 219 p. Dust Jacket. $45.00

  309. Dowd, Gregory Evans. A Spirited Resistance: The North American Indian Struggle for Unity, 1745-1815. Story of the early Indian movement to challenge Anglo-American expansionism, using ethnographic sources - focusing on te Delaware, Shawnee, Cherokee, and Creek. Erratum sheet laid in. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992. Dust jacket. $15.00

  310. Dowd, Gregory Evans. War Under Heaven: Pontiac, the Indian Nations & the British Empire. Dowd boldly reinterprets the causes and consequences of Pontiac's War. 1st edition. Johns Hopkins, 2002. Dust jacket. $32.00

  311. Drew, Leslie and Douglas Wilson. Argillite: Art of the Haida. An exhaustive study of the Haida carvers and the history of the Haida in relation to argillite carving. Hancock House Publishing, 1980. Dust jacket. $60.00

  312. SOLD Drinnon, Richard. White Savage: The Case of John Dunn Hunter. 1st edition. Was John Dunn Hunter who he says he was, a white man kidnapped as a child and raised to manhood by the Osage Indians? Or was he a hoax? an arrogant impostor who claimed knowledge of the Indian for enigmatic motives of self-aggrandizement? Drinnon argues the former. Schocken Books, 1972. Dust jacket. $25.00

  313. Dubin, Lois Sherr. Grand Procession: Contemporary Artistic Visions of American Indians. Items from the Diker Collection at the Denver Art Museum. Color illustrations with text decribing the culture of the Native Americans. Denver Art Museumn, 2010. Illustrated casebound. $100.00

  314. Dudley, Joseph Iron Eye. Choteau Creek: A Sioux Reminiscence. 1st edition. This moving story recreates with warmth and candor a childhood poor in material goods but overflowing with spiritual wealth. University of Nebraska Press, 1992. Dust jacket. $22.50

  315. Duncan, Kate C. Northern Athapaskan Art: A Beadwork Tradition. The first comprehensive study of the art of the Athapaskan people, including a history and illustrations of their work. University of Washington Press, 1989. Dust jacket. $125.00

  316. Dunn, Lt. Colonel William R. War Drum Echoes: A Narrative History of the Indian Wars in Colorado. Illustrated with maps and photographs. 1979. Orange soft cover. $17.50

  317. Duthu, N. Bruce. American Indians and the Law. Clear-sighted account that explains the landmark cases of Indian law of the past two centuries. Penguin Library of American Indian History. Viking, 2008. Dust jacket. $21.95

  318. Duvall, Deborah L. The Opossum's Tale: A Grandmother Story. Drawings by Murv Jacob. Cherokee folklore. University of Nebraska Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $15.95

  319. Dyck, Paul. Brule: The Sioux People of the Rosebud. In this unique photographic journal, the history of the Sioux people comes dramatically alive. Contains photographs by pioneer photographer John Anderson. Presentation copy signed by Dyck. Northland Press, 1985. Dust jacket, oversize. $200.00

  320. Dyck, Paul. Indians of the Overland Trail. Paintings by Dyck of the various Plains Indian tribes. Rosequist Galleries, c1958. Orange wraps, oblong. $25.00

  321. Eagle, Adam Fortunate. Pipestone: My Life in an Indian Boarding School. Written by a leader of the Indian takeover of Alcatraz Island in 1969, this story recounts his life at Pipestone between 1935-1945. University of Oklahoma Press, 2010. Soft cover. $19.95

  322. Eastman, Charles A. Indian Boyhood. Imperfect record of the author's boyish impressions and experiences up to the age of fifteen. Illustrations by E. L. Blumenschein. Previous owner's name erased on front endsheet. Little, Brown, and Company, 1918. Red cloth with pasted Indian image. $30.00

  323. Eastman, Charles A. Indian Boyhood. Imperfect record of the author's boyish impressions and experiences up to the age of fifteen among the Sioux. Introduction by Frederick W. Turnerr III. Fawcett, 1972. Mass market soft cover. $3.00

  324. Ebbott, Elizabeth. Indians in Minnesota. Edited by Judith Rosenblatt. Survey of the contemporary experience of Ojibway and Dakota Indians living in both reservation and urban settings throughout the state. Minor marking in the margins. University of Minnesota, 1985. Soft cover. $15.00

  325. Eckert, Allan W. A Sorrow In Our Heart: The Life of Tecumseh. Eckert tells the story of this great leader as it has never been told before. 1st edition. Presentation copy. Bantam Books, 1972. Dust jacket. $50.00

  326. Edmunds, R. David, ed. The New Warriors: Native American Leaders Since 1960. These modern warriors have led and inspired through their writing, faith, tireless activism, educational training, political savvy, legal expertise, and charisma. University of Nebraska Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $35.00

  327. Edmunds, R. David. The Otoe-Missouria People. Copy No. 5,813 of a limited 15,000 copies. Autographed by Tribal Chair Kenneth E. Black. Indian Tribal Series, 1976. Stiff Blue Wraps. $15.00

  328. Edmunds, R. David. The Shawnee Prophet. Describing the problems that faced Indian society in the early 1800's Edmunds shows why the Prophet's religous solutions to those problems were attractive to the tribesmen-how, in terms of their culture, they were logical and reasonable responses. 1st edition. University of Nebraska Press, 1983. Dust jacket. $20.00

  329. SOLD Egan, Timothy. Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher: The Epic Life and Immortal Photographs of Edward Curtis. A narrative account of the pioneering photographer's life-risking effort to document a disappearing North American Indian nation offers insight into the danger and resolve behind his venture, his elevation to an impassioned advocate and the posthumous discovery of his considerable achievements. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2012. Dust jacket. $28.00

  330. SOLD Egan, Timothy. Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher: The Epic Life and Immortal Photographs of Edward Curtis. A narrative account of the pioneering photographer's life-risking effort to document a disappearing North American Indian nation offers insight into the danger and resolve behind his venture, his elevation to an impassioned advocate and the posthumous discovery of his considerable achievements. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - Mariner, 2013. Soft cover. $15.95 *

  331. Ehle, John. Trail of Tears: The Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation. A stirring story using documents, official reports and other contemporary sources. Anchor Books, 1989. Soft cover with minor wear. $8.00 *

  332. Ekberg, Carl J. Stealing Indian Women: Native Slavery in the Illinois Country. Based almost entirely on original source documents, this is the first history of Indian slavery in the Mississippi Valley during the colonial era. University of Illinois Press, 2010. Soft cover. $25.00 *

  333. Ellis, Anita J. and Susan Labry Meyn. Rookwood and the American Indian: Masterpieces of American Art Pottery from the James J. Gardner Collection. Foreword by George P. Horse Capture, Sr. Remarkable exhibition catalog of the nation's premier private collection of Rookwood art pottery featuring American Indian portraiture. Photographs of the pottery and the artists. Cincinnati Art Museum, Ohio University Press, 2007. Soft cover oversize. $30.00

  334. Ellis, Clyde. A Dancing People: Powwow Culture on the Southern Plains. The first comprehrensive history of Southern Plains powwow culture using an interdisciplinary method, highly collaborative ethnography based on more than two decades of participation. University Press of Kansas, 2003. Dust jacket. $29.95

  335. Ellis, Clyde. To Change Them Forever: Indian Education at the Rainy Mountain Boarding School, 1893-1920. Story of the reservation boarding school on the Kiowa-Comanche-Apache Reservation in western Oklahoma and how the attempt at assimilation had its impact on the children who attended school. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1996. Dust jacket. $25.00

  336. SOLD Ely, Ben. Famous Indian Chiefs: 17 Portraits in Color. Oversize booklet containing paintings of significant Indian leaders with very brief biographical paragraph. Whitman Publishing, 1935. Oversize wraps with small tear on front cover and minor wear. $15.00

  337. Emmitt, Robert. The Last War Trail: The Utes and the Settlement of Colorado. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1954. Dust jacket. $40.00

  338. Emmitt, Robert. The Last War Trail: The Utes and the Settlement of Colorado. With a new introduction by Andrew Gulliford and afterword by Charles Wilkinson. University Press of Colorado, 2000. Soft cover. $24.95

  339. Encyclopedia of Native American Wars & Warfare. Edited by William B. Kessel and Robert Wooster. More than 600 extensively cross-referenced entries detail wars, battles, treaties, tribes, individuals, places, ceremonies, weaponry, and important concepts relative to American Indians. Checkmark Books, 2005. Soft cover oversize. $21.95

  340. Encyclopedia of the Great Plains Indians. Edited by David J. Wishart. Entries and photographs discussing the human landscape of the Great Plains. University of Nebraska Press, 2007. Soft cover. $24.95 *

  341. Ethridge, Robbie. Creek Country: The Creek Indians and Their World. The story of the human and natural environment of the Creeks in frontier Georgia, Missississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee. A compelling portrait of a culture in crisis, of its resilency and the forces that led it into conflict. University of North Carolina Press, 2003. Soft cover. $22.50

  342. SOLD Evans, W. McKee. To Die Game: The Story of the Lowry Band, Indian Guerrillas of Reconstruction. Facing hopeless odds, Henry Berry Lowry led a band of "true men" in a bloody guerrilla war against the Ku Klux Klan and the white political establishment of North Carolina in the decade after the Civil War. The Lumbee Indians still tell of the daring exploits of their heroic forebears. 1st edition. Louisiana State University Press, 1971. Dust jacket. $20.00

  343. Everett, Dianna. The Texas Cherokees: A People Between Two Fires, 1819-1840. A new interpretation of the Cherokee experience in Texas, including the adaptation to the new environment. Civilization of Amercan Indians Series. 1st edition. Univesity of Oklahoma Press, 1990. Dust jacket. $35.00

  344. Everett, Dianna. The Texas Cherokees: A People Between Two Fires, 1819-1840. A new interpretation of the Cherokee experience in Texas, including the adaptation to the new environment. Civilization of Amercan Indians Series. Univesity of Oklahoma Press, 1990. Soft cover. $19.95

  345. SOLD Ewers, John C. The Blackfeet: Raiders of the Northwestern Plains. The story of these Indians from the period of dog-travois transport to modern times, written in fascinating detail. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press. Dust jacket. $52.50

  346. Ewers, John C. The Blackfeet: Raiders of the Northwestern Plains. The story of these Indians from the period of dog-travois transport to modern times, written in fascinating detail. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $24.95

  347. Ewers, John. Plains Indian Art: The Pioneering Work of John C. Ewers. Edited by Jane Ewers Robinson, preface by Candace S. Greene and introduction by Evan M. Maurer. Vividly illustrated collection of Ewers's writings on Plains Indian art. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2011. Dust jacket. $39.95

  348. Ewers, John C. Plains Indian History and Culture: Essays on Continuity and Change. Foreword by William T. Hagan. An engaging collection of articles and essays, combining historical training and field work. Information drawn from interviews of Indian elders. University of Oklahoma Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $39.95

  349. SOLD Ewers, John C. Plains Indian Sculpture: A Traditional Art from America's Heartland. The first comprehensive look of the carvings created by the Plains Indians. Illustrated with examples of their work. Smithsonian Institution Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $75.00

  350. Ewers, John C. The Story of the Blackfeet. U.S. Dept. of the Interior. Division of Education. Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1944. Green decorated wraps. $15.00

  351. Exley, Jo Ella Powell. Frontier Blood: The Saga of the Parker Family. The gripping story of Cynthia Ann Parker and her son Quannah told in the context of the contentious Parker Clan. Drawn from a wealth of contemporary accounts, including several first-person stories. Texas A&M University Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $30.00

  352. Exley, Jo Ella Powell. Frontier Blood: The Saga of the Parker Family. The gripping story of Cynthia Ann Parker and her son Quannah told in the context of the contentious Parker Clan. Drawn from a wealth of contemporary accounts, including several first-person stories. Texas A&M University Press, 2009. Soft cover. $19.95

  353. Exposition of Indian Tribal Arts. Introduction to American Indian Art: To Accompany the First Exhibition of American Indian Art Selected Entirely with Consideration of Esthetic Value. Tipped in color plates. Two parts. Part II: Fine Art and the First Americans by Herbert J. Spinden. 1931. Soft cover, with edges showing wear on Part I. $100.00

  354. Eye of the Angel: Selections from the Derby Collection. Edited by David Wooley with essays by various scholars. Illustrated guide with text on the artifacts. White Star Press, 1990. Soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  355. Fahey, John. Saving the Reservation: Joe Garry and the Battle to Be Indian. The first Native American elected to the Idaho House and Senate, Garry constantly urged Indian tribes to hold onto their land, develop economic resources, and educate their young. University of Washington, 2001. Dust jacket. $26.95

  356. SOLD Falk, Randolph. Lelooska. Many beautifully illustrated photographs that give an intimate portrait of Northwest Indian culture through living art. 1st edition. Celestial Arts, 1976. $25.00

  357. Fane, Diana; Jacknis, Ira; Breen, Lise M. Objects of Myth and Memory: American Indian Art at the Brooklyn Museum. This book includes two interpretive essays on Stewart Culin's museum career as well as 250 individual entries illustrating and annotating his most important acquisitions. Brooklyn Museum and University of Washington Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $40.00

  358. Fane, Diana; Jacknis, Ira; Breen, Lise M. Objects of Myth and Memory: American Indian Art at the Brooklyn Museum. This book includes two interpretive essays on Stewart Culin's museum career as well as 250 individual entries illustrating and annotating his most important acquisitions. Brooklyn Museum and University of Washington Press, 1991. Soft cover. $20.00

  359. Farr, William E. Blackfoot Redemption: A Blood Indian's Story of Murder, Confinement, and Imperfect Justice. The riveting account of a Canadian Blackfoot known as Spopee and his unusual and haunting story. University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. $29.95

  360. SOLD Farr, William E. The Reservation Blackfeet, 1882-1945: A Photographic History of Cultural Survival. 1st edition. Foreword by James Welch. Oversized book with beautiful black and white photographs that provide a fascinating, moving montage of a people trying to adapt to a new way of life. Previous owners name inscribed front page. University of Washington Press, 1984. Dust jacket. $50.00

  361. Fawcett, David M. and Lee A. Callander. Native American Painting: Selections from the Museum of the American Indian. Exhibition catalog with paintings from tribes across the United States, including Navajo, Cheyenne, Shawnee and Zuni. 1982. Soft cover, oblong. $12.50

  362. Fazzini, Lillian Davids. Indians of America. Foreword by Dan Beard. Brief stories about Native Americans with 94 color pictures. Whitman Publishing Co., 1935. Brown leather with pictorial image pasted on front cover. $35.00

  363. Fazzini, Lillian Davids. Indians of America. Foreword by Dan Beard. Brief stories about Native Americans with 94 color pictures. Whitman Publishing Co., 1935. Soft cover. $10.00

  364. Fear-Segal, Jacqueline. White Man's Club: Schools, Race, and the Struggle of Indian Acculturation. Schools for Native children are examined within the broad framework of race relations in the United States. This challenges previous studies for overemphasizing the reformers' overtly optimistic assessment of the Indians' capacity for assimilation and contends that a racial agenda existed. University of Nebraska Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $55.00

  365. Feder, Norman. American Indian Art. A study of the whole range of artistic expression of the North American Indian from pottery and silverwork to wooden masks to beadwork and basketry. Harry N. Abrams. Dust jacket. $75.00

  366. Feder, Norman. American Indian Art. A study of the whole range of artistic expression of the North American Indian from pottery and silverwork to wooden masks to beadwork and basketry. New shorter edition. New American Library, 1973. Soft cover, oversize. $10.00

  367. Feder, Norman. Two Hundred Years of North American Indian Art. Splendid, concise introduction to the creative achievements of the Native Americans. Illustrated. Praeger Publishers, 1971. Dust jacket. $32.50

  368. Feder, Norman. Two Hundred Years of North American Indian Art. Splendid, concise introduction to the creative achievements of the Native Americans. Illustrated. Praeger Publishers, 1971. Soft cover. $17.50

  369. Fedullo, Mick Light of the Feather: Pathways through Contemporary Indian America. 1st edition. New York, 1992. $22.00

  370. Feest, Christian F. and R. David Edmunds. Indians and a Changing Frontier: The Art of George Winter. Catalog of the George Winter Collection located at the Tippecanoe County Historical Association, Lafayette, Indiana, compiled by Sarah E. Cooke and Rachel B. Ramadhyani. 1st edition. Indiana Historical Society, 1993. Dust jacket. $40.00

  371. Feest, Christian F. Native Arts of North America. Covering the whole continent, a study of the historic and aesthetic crafts of the Native Americans. Thames and Hudson, 1994. Soft cover. $22.50

  372. SOLD Fehrenbach, T.R. Comanches: The Destruction of a People. Story of the most powerful of American Indian tribes who rode into modern history in a headlong collision with Western civlization. De Capo, 1994. Soft cover. $17.95

  373. new Fenn, Elizabeth A. Encounters at the Heart of the World: A History of th Mandan People. Innovative and illuminating book which reorients early American history toward the geographic center of the continent, looking at the Mandan villages and their trading centers in America. 1st edition. Hill and Wang, 2014. Dust jacket. $$35.00 *

  374. Feraca, Stephen E. Wakinyan: Lakota Religion in the Twentieth Century. Excellent overview of the Lakota religion. University of Nebraska Press, 2001. Soft cover. $12.00

  375. Fichter,George S. How to Build an Indian Canoe. How to built and design a Canadian Native American canoe, including materials and how the Indians used to do it. David McKay, 1977. Brown leatherette. $15.00

  376. Fielder, Mildred. Sioux Indian Leaders. Biographical sketches with photographs on the significant Sious leades including Crazy Horse, Spoted Tail, Gall, Red Cloud, Chauncey Yellow Robe and Ben Reifel. 1st edition. Superior Publishing, 1975. Dust jacket, oversize. $20.00

  377. Fine-Dare, Kathleen S. Grave Injustice: The American Indian Repatriation Movement and NAGPRA. University of Nebraska Press, 2002. Cloth. $60.00

  378. First American Art: The Charles and Valerie Diker Collection of American Indian Art. Edited by Bruce Bernstein and Gerald McMaster. This volume accompanies a major exhibition of more than 200 magnificent Native American objects. Color photographs and detailed descriptions. 1st edition. University of Washington Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $60.00

  379. Fitz, Brewster E. Silko: Writing Storyteller and Medicine Woman. Fitz explores the complex dynamic between the spoken story and the written word in this examination of the essays and interviews of Leslie Marmon Silko. University of Oklahoma Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $34.95 *

  380. SOLD Fitzgerald, David. Chickasaw: Unconquered and Unconquerable. Photography by Fitzgerald, essays by Jeanne Barbour, Amanda Cobb and Linda Hogan. Introduction by Bill Anoatubby. Images show the land and the people. Chickasaw Press, 2006. Dust jacket, oversize. $34.95

  381. Fixico, Donald L. Indian Resilience and Rebuilding: Indigenous Natios in the Modern American West. This illuminating and comprehensive analysis of Native nation's resilience in the twentieth century demonstrates how Native Americans reinvented themselves, rebuilt their nations, and ultimately became major forces in the United States. University of Arizona Press, 2013. Soft cover.

  382. SOLD Fixico, Donald L. Termination and Relocation: Federal Indian Policy, 1945-1960. Examines the government policy of integrating the Indian population with mainstream America from the end of the Roosevelt era to the beginning of the Kennedy administration. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $40.00

  383. SOLD Fleming, Paula Richardson. Native American Photography at the Smithsonian: The Shindler Catalogue. This book of hauntingly beautiful Native American portraits reflects the tragic history of the Cheyenne, Sioux, Pawnee, Cherokee, and other groups whose leaders traveled to Washington in the mid-nineteenth century to negotiate treaties with the federal government. As compelling as the famous Curtis photographs, these unique images provide a close-up, unromanticized record of Indian life. Smithsonian Books, 2003. Dust jacket. $39.95

  384. Fleming, Paula Richardson and Judith Luckey. The North American Indians in Early Photographs. The three hundred magnificent photographs from the Smithsonian Institution offer a unique record of the Native Americans. Inscription on front endsheet from Cynthia Bennett to Frank McCarthy. From the McCarthy research library. Dorset Press, 1988. Dust jacket with wear. $15.00

  385. Fletcher, Bob. Through the Land of the Shining Mountains. Informational brochure that describes the history of Montana and the Native Americans. Contains photographs and illustrations by Irvin Shope. Montana State Highway Commission, c. 1930s. Wraps. $22.50

  386. Flood, Renee Sansom Lost Bird of Wounded Knee: Spirit of the Lakota New York (1995) First Edition $ 25.00

  387. Folklore of the North American Indians: An Annotated Bibliography. Compiled by Judith C. Ullom. Illustrated folk tales from across North America, Eskimo to the Southwest to the Central Woodland and Southeast. Library of Congress, 1969. Yellow decorated cloth. $18.50

  388. Folk-Tales of the Coast Salish. Collected and edited by Thelma Adamson. With a new introduction by William R. Seaburg and Laurel Sercombe. First published in 1934, this collection of tales was one of the first recorded by women of the tribes of the Pacific Northwest. University of Nebraska Press, 2009. Soft cover. $25.00

  389. SOLD Fontana, Bernard L. The Material World of the Tarahumara. Photographs by Helga Teiwes. Illustrated history of the implements and material culture of this Mexican tribe. Arizona State Museum, 1979. Soft cover. $25.00

  390. SOLD Foreman, Grant. The Five Civilized Tribes: Cherokee, Chickasaw, Chocktaw, Creek, Seminole. The classic study. University of Oklahoma Press, 1972. Dust jacket. $35.00

  391. Foreman, Grant. The Five Civilized Tribes: Cherokee, Chickasaw, Chocktaw, Creek, Seminole. The classic study. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $19.95

  392. Foreman, Grant. Indian Removal: The Emigration of the Five Civilized Tribes of Indians. Story of the Government's relocation of the Five Civilized Tribes. Third printing of the new edition. Former library copy with little evidence except erased top edge of book and disturbed back endsheet where something was once pasted. University of Oklahoma Press, 1966. Dust jacket. $40.00

  393. Foreman, Grant. Indian Removal. Foreword by Angie Debo. Originally published in 1932, discussing the forcible uprooting and expulsion of the Five Civilized Tribes. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $19.95

  394. Foreman, Grant. The Last Trek of the Indians. A poignant tale of how Indians left their hunting grounds, their loved forests, streams, and the graves of their fathers, for the state of Oklahoma. Previous owner's book plate and stamps on front pages. University of Chicago, 1946. Dust jacket with tear on spine. $60.00

  395. foreman quanah Foreman, Paul. Quanah: The Serpent Eagle. Biography of the Comanche warrior. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1983. Soft cover. $12.50

  396. SOLD Foster, Morris W. Being Comanche: A Social History of an American Indian Community. 1st edition. Foster has written the first study of Comanche history that identifies continuities in their intracommunity organization from the initial period of European contact to the present day. University of Arizona Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $35.00

  397. Four Masterworks of American Indian Literature: Quetzalcoatl, The Ritual of Condolence, Cuceb, the Night Chant. Edited by John Bierhorst. Comparing epic poetry tradition to Amerind literature, including a discussion on the Navajo Night Chant. University of Arizona Press, 1984. Soft cover. $15.95

  398. Fowler, Loretta. Wives and Husbands: Gender and Age in Southern Arapaho History. Examines the Araphao gender system and its tranformations by considering the partnerships between, rathern than focusing on comparisons of women and men. University of Oklahoma Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $39.95

  399. Franco, Jere' Bishop. Crossing the Pond: The Native American Effort in World War II. Chronicles the Native American effort, both overseas in the military and on the homefront. War and the Southwest Series No. 7. University of North Texas Pess, 1999. Dust jacket. $29.95

  400. SOLD Frank, Andrew K. Creeks and Southerners: Biculturalism on the Early American Frontier. Examines the families created by the hundreds of intermarriages between Creek Indian women and European American men in the southeastern United States during the eighteenth and early nineteenth century. University of Nebraska Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $49.95

  401. Fred E. Miller: Photographer of The Crows. Assembled by Nancy Fields O'Connor. All pages are present, but one page was torn out and is loose. University of Montana/Carnan VidFilm Inc, 1985. Soft cover. $45.00

  402. SOLD Freeman, Edwina. Robert Freeman Etchings: 1977-1987. Beautiful, detailed southwest etchings. A&L Litho, 1988. Wraps. $15.00

  403. Freeman, John, comp. A Guide to Manscrips Relating to the American Indian in the Library of the American Philosophical Society. American Philosophical Society, 1980. Dust jacket. $20.00

  404. Freeman, Robert. For Indians Only. Cartoons by the artist. Signed by Freeman. 1971. White soft cover. $12.50

  405. Freeman, Robert. For Indians Only. Cartoons by the artist. Contains an original of an Indian head, signed by Freeman. 1971. White soft cover. $150.00

  406. SOLD Freuchen, Peter. Peter Freuchen's Book of the Eskimos. Edited and with a preface by Dagmar Freuchen. Detailed look at the Eskimo. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. 2nd printing. World, 1961. Blue cloth with discoloration and tear at top of spine. $6.00

  407. Friedman, Barry. Chasing Rainbows: Collecting American Indian Trade & Camp Blankets. With assistance from James H. Collins and Gary Diamond. Photographs by Gary Diamond. An indispensable reference for collectors of Indian blankets and a look at the textile industry, Indian traders and American Indians. 1st edition. Signed by the author. Bulfinch Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $50.00

  408. Frink, Lisa, et al, ed. Many Faces of Gender: Roles and Relationships Through Time in Indigenous Northern Communities. An interdisciplinary volume that addresses the dearth in descriptions and analyses of gender roles and relationships in Native societies. The contributors challenge the widespread notion that Native women's and men's roles are frozen in time. University Press of Colorado, 2002. Dust jacket. $45.00

  409. Fuchs, Estelle and Robert J. Havinghurst. To Live on this Earth: American Indian Education.  Introduction by Margaret Connell Szasz. One of the most important studies on American Indian education which was originally published in 1972.  The introduction brings the book up to date.  Dr. Robert Trennert’s name on front endsheet. University of New Mexico Press, 1983. Soft cover with minor wear. $5.00

  410. Fundaburk Emma Lila and Mary Douglass Foreman, eds. Sun Circles and Human Hands: The Southeastern Indians - Art and Industry. A book of pictures with descriptions by colonial writers and well-known authorities. It carefully depicts the art, techniques of craftsmanship and life of Southeastern Indians. Emma Lila Fundaburk, 1957. Dust jacket. $30.00

  411. Furst, Peter T. and Jill L. Furst. North American Indian Art. Oversized with hundreds of colorful illustrations of all types of art from a wide variety of different regions. Rizzoli, 1982. Dust jacket. $35.00

  412. Furst, Peter T. and Jill L. Furst. North American Indian Art. Oversized with hundreds of colorful illustrations of all types of art from a wide variety of different regions. Rizzoli, 1982. Soft cover. $20.00

  413. Furst, Peter T. Rock Crystals & Peyote Dreams: Explorations in the Huichol Universe. A study of Mexico's traditional Indians located in the Sierra Madre Occidental. University of Utah Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $45.00

  414. Gagnon, Gregory O. Culture and Customs of the Sioux Indians. A well-balanced hisory and overview of Dakota and Lakota Sioxans. University of Nebraska Press, 2012. Soft cover $19.95

  415. Galinier, Jacques. The World Below: Body and Cosmos in Otomi Indian Ritual. Translated by Phyllis Aronoff and Howard Scott. Studies both traditional Otomi cosmology and colonial and contemporary Catholic rituals to illustrate the complexity of continuity and change in Mesoamerican religious ideology and practice. University Press of Colorado, 2004. Soft cover. $34.95

  416. Gallay, Alan. The Indian Slave Trade: The Rise of the English Empire in the American South 1670-1717. First to focus on the traffic in Indian slaves in the American South; an essential book for scholars of early American and Native American history. Winner of the 2003 Bancroft Prize for a distinguished work in American History. Yale University Press, 2002. Soft cover. $12.50

  417. Garfield, Viola E. and Paul S. Wingert. The Tsimshian Indians and Their Arts. Paperback shows pictures of various art pieces and gives descriptions. University of Washington Press, 1973. Soft cover. $12.50

  418. Garfield, Viola E. and Linn A. Forrest. The Wolf and the Raven: Totem Poles of Southeastern Alaska. Illustrated guide. University of Washington Press, 1973. Soft cover. $8.00

  419. Garland, Hamlin. The Book of the American Indian. With illustrations by Frederic Remington. Stories written between 1890-1905, capturing Garland's vision of the spirit of the Native American in transition, based upon ten years of visits to the reservations. 1st edition. Inscription signed by the author, "A Study of the American Indian from the Artist point of View. Hamlin Garland." Harper & Brothers, 1923. Paper label of Indian by Remington on front of brown boards. $175.00

  420. Garland, Hamlin. The Book of the American Indian. Edited by Keith Newlin with illustrations by Frederic Remington. Stories written between 1890-1905, capturing Garland's vision of the spirit of the Native American in transition, based upon ten years of visits to the reservations. University of Nebraska Press, 2005. Soft cover. $17.95

  421. Gay, Jane. With the Nez Perces: Alice Fletcher in the Field, 1889-92. Edited with an introduction by Frederick E. Hoxie and Joan T. Mark. The author describes her encounters with feuding agents, hostile white squatters, and a Nez Perce tribe when she accompanied anthropologist Alice Fletcher who was appointed by the government to "civilize" the nation's Indians. University of Nebraska, 1981. $30.00

  422. Genetin-Pilawa, C. Joseph. Crooked Paths to Allotment: The Fight over Federal Indian Policy after the Civil War. Examines the contests over Indian policy from Reconstruction through the Gilded Age, and reveals the contingent state of American settler colonialism. University of North Carolina Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $39.95

  423. The George G. Frelinghuysen Collection of American Indian Art. Sotheby Parke Bernet Sale Catalog, June 6, 1976. Illustrated with explanatory text of the items. Soft cover. $20.00

  424. SOLD Gibson, Arrell M. The Chickasaws. The first full length history of the Chickasaw Nation. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1971. Previous owner's bookplate on inside front cover. Dust jacket with minor wear. $35.00

  425. Gibson, A. M. The Kickapoos: Lords of the Middle Border. History of the tribes culture and the wars they fought to preserve it. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1963. Dust jacket. $45.00

  426. Gidley, M. With One Sky Above Us: Life on an Indian Reservation at the Turn of the Century. 1st edition. Photographs by U.S. Indian Agency Physician, Dr. Edward H. Latham. Gidley discovered Latham photos while doing research at the University of Washington and has resulted in this coherent view of a critical and little understood period in American histiry, a time when Native Americans were threatened with extinction. University of Washington Press, 1985. Soft cover. $15.00

  427. Gidley, Mick, editor and introduction. Edward S. Curtis and the North American Indian Project in the Field. An intimate and informative glimpse of Curtis and his associates as they undertook their work in the early decades of the twentieth century. Curtis's project became the largest anthripological enterprise undertaken in this country and yielded his monumental work. Gidley draws on a wide array of unpublished or uncollected reminiscences, reports, letters, field notes and articles. 1st edition. University of Nebraska Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $49.95

  428. Gidley, Mick, editor and introduction. Edward S. Curtis and the North American Indian Project in the Field. An intimate and informative glimpse of Curtis and his associates as they undertook their work in the early decades of the twentieth century. Curtis's project became the largest anthripological enterprise undertaken in this country and yielded his monumental work. Gidley draws on a wide array of unpublished or uncollected reminiscences, reports, letters, field notes and articles. 1st edition. University of Nebraska Press, 2003. Soft cover. $25.00 *

  429. Gifford, Barry, editor. Selected Writings of Edward S. Curtis: The Portable Curtis. Excerpts from Volumes I-XX of The North American Indian. Foreward by Theodore Roosevelt. Creative Arts Book Company, 1976. Soft cover. $15.00

  430. Gilbert, Bil. God Gave Us This Country: Tekamthi and the First American Civil War. Panoramic view of the struggle in the Old Northwest between the settlers and Tecumseh and the Shawnee. 1st printing. Atheneum, 1989. Dust jacket. $20.00

  431. Gilbert, Joan. The Trail of Tears Across Missouri. Provides an overview of the Cherokees' life in the Southeast and the events leading up to their exile, the mass exodus is traced. Missouri Heritage Readers Series. University of Missouri Press, 1996. Soft cover. $13.95

  432. Gilbert, Neil. The Saffron Walden Scalplock Shirt and Related Aspects of Plains Indian Material Culture. Art work by Richard Hook. Illustrated with photographs of the shirt and discussion on the symbols and culture. Englisher Westerners, 2003. Wraps. $15.00

  433. Gilley, Brian Joseph. Becoming Two-Spirit: Gay Identity and Social Acceptance in Indian Country. Information on the Two-Spirit man - homosexual - in Native American culture. University of Nebraska Press, 2006. Soft cover. $16.96

  434. Glen, Laurel. The Art of Native North America. Gorgeous color pictorial of all the differnt art forms form the tribes throughout North America. 1st edition. Dust jacket. Laurel Glen Publishing, 1997. $20.00

  435. Goble, Paul. The Boy and His Mud Horses and Other Stories from the Tipi. A collection of 27 traditional stories from different Native American tribes, including the Pawnee, Cheyenne, Blackfoot, and Lakota. Also includes a foreword by Albert White Hat, Sr., a nationally respected Lakota leader and linguist. World Widsom, 2010. Dust jacket. $14.95

  436. Goddard, Pliny Earle. Indians of the Northwest Coast. American Museum of Natural History Handbook Series No. 10. Illustrated guide with fold out map. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. American Museum Press, 1924. $15.00

  437. Gold, Douglas. A Schoolmaster with the Blackfeet Indians. Account of life on a Montana reservation. 1st edition. Caxton Printers, 1963. Orange cloth. $35.00

  438. The Golden Picture Book of Red Indians. With four color plates and sixty photographs. Published in the United Kingdom, a book for young children with a distorted view of North American Indians. Interesting photographs, many from Keystone. Ward, Lock & Co., c. 1930s. Cloth spine with gold paper covers and a "chief in head dress" on the cover. $20.00

  439. Goodchild, Peter. Survival Skills of the North American Indians. Presents detailed information on how the Native Americans stayed alive before European contact. 1st edition. Chicago Review Press, 1984. Dust jacket. $16.94

  440. Goodhue, Horace R. Indian Bead-Weaving Patterns: Chain-Weaving Designs, Bead Loom Weaving and Bead Embroidery -- An Illustrated "How-To" Guide. Bead-Craft, 1989. Revised and Expanded. Writen for beginning and advanced beaders, this book contains over 200 instructional illustrations and photographs of 47 bead-work pieces. New. Soft cover. $12.95

  441. SOLD Grafe, Steve L. Peoples of the Plateau: The Indian Photographs of Lee Moorhouse, 1898-1915. Foreword by Paula Richardson Fleming. Captures the lives of the Pacific Northwest Indians at the turn of the twentieth century and at a turning point in their own history. University of Oklahoma Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $39.95

  442. grafe peoples Grafe, Steve L. Peoples of the Plateau: The Indian Photographs of Lee Moorhouse, 1898-1915. Foreword by Paula Richardson Fleming. Captures the lives of the Pacific Northwest Indians at the turn of the twentieth century and at a turning point in their own history. University of Oklahoma Press, 2005. Soft cover. $29.95

  443. Grandmother, Grandfather, and Old Wolf: Tamanwit Ku Sukat and Traditional Native American Narratives from the Columbia Plateau. Edited by Clifford E. Trafzer. Offers the voices of several American Indian tellers who share their stories. Michigan State University Press, 1998. Soft cover. $22.95

  444. SOLD Graybill, Andrew. The Red and the White: A Family Saga of the American West. Story of the Marias Massacre is told in this three-generation history of native-white intermarriage with the Clarke family and the Piegan tribe. 1st printing. Liveright, 2013. Dust jacket. $28.95

  445. Graybill, Florence Curtis and Victor Boesen. Edward Sheriff Curtis: Visions of a Vanishing Race. The classic photographic record of Native American life by one of America's greatest photographs. Contains 175 images as well as a biography of Curtis's life and work. University of New Mexico Press. Soft cover, oversize. $29.95 *

  446. grayson creek Grayson, G. W. Creek Warrior for the Confederacy: The Autobiography of Chief G. W. Grayson. Edited by David W. Baird. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1988. $35.00

  447. SOLD Green, Michael D. The Politics of Indian Removal: Creek Government and Society in Crisis. Shows how the efforts of the Creek Nation to avoid removal strengthened the authority of the National Council and made it a more powerful central governing body. 1st printing. University of Nebraska Press, 1982. $50.00

  448. Green, Rayna. Women in American Indian Society. A study of a misrepresented, if not entirely neglected, by mainstream scholars - a discussion of native women and their roles in society. Chelsea House, 1992. Soft cover. $8.95

  449. Green, Richard. A Warrior I Have Been: Plains Indian Cultures in Transition. The Richard Green Collection of Plains Indian Art. With An Introduction by Michael G. Johnson. Written Heritage, 2004. Soft cover. $29.95

  450. Green, Richard. Chickasaw Lives: Volume One Exploration in Tribal History. A selection of articles and essays that explain how the Chickasaw survived government removal. Chickasaw Press, 2007. Dust jacket, oblong. $24.95

  451. Green, Richard. Chickasaw Lives: Volume Three Stetches of Past and Present. A selection of articles about tribal lagacy and history. Chickasaw Press, 2010. Dust jacket, oblong. $20.00

  452. Greene, Candace S. One Hundred Summers: A Kiowa Calendar Record. The Kiowa recorded their history in pictorial calendars; this volume presents a recently discovered calendar created by Silver Horn, covering the period from 1828 to 1928. University of Nebraska Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $39.95

  453. Greene, Candace S. Silver Horn: Master Illustrator of the Kiowas. The story of a Kiowa artist (1860 - 1940) and his work. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press. 2001. Dust jacket. $59.95

  454. Greene, Jerome A. Beyond Bear's Paw: The Nez Perce Indians in Canada. With thorough scholarship and perceptive insights the tragic story of the Canadian exiles from the Nez Perce War of 1877 is told. University of Oklahoma Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $24.95

  455. SOLD Greene, Jerome A. Nez Perce Summer, 1877: The U.S. Army and the Nee-Me-Poo Crisis. 1st edition. This book tells the story of a people's epic struggle to survive spiritually, culturally, and physically in the face of unrelenting miltary force. Written by one of the foremost experts in frontier militray history and reviewed by members of the Nez Perce tribe, Nez Perce Summer, 1877 examines the successive armed encounters between U.S. Army troopsand a desperate body of Indians that occured during the long summer of 1877. Montana Historical Society, 2000. Dust jacket. $49.95

  456. Greenwald, Emily. Reconfiguring the Reservation: The Nez Perces, Jicarilla Apaches, and the Dawes Act. The story about Indian agency, negotiation, and resistance to an imposed federal policy. Analyzing allotment locations, shapes, and spatial relationships, Greenwald reveals why the legislation failed to turn Indians into farmers or dissolve tribal ties. First edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $29.95

  457. Grimes, John R., et al. Uncommon Legacies: Native American Art from the Peabody Essex Museum. Filled with color images. University of Washington Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $60.00

  458. SOLD Grinev, Andrei Val'Terovich. The Tlingit Indians in Russian America, 1741-1867. Translated by Richard L. Bland & Katerina G. Solovjova.  A picture of traditional Tlingit society before contact with Europeans and then analyzes interactions between the Tlingit and newcomers - an examination of the changes that occurred. University of Nebraska Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $55.00

  459. Grinnell, George Bird. Blackfoot Lodge Tales: The Story of a Prairie People. First published in 1892, this is a classic history based on personal knowledge of the three tribes of the Blackfoot nation. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $14.95

  460. Grinnell, George Bird. The Cheyenne Indians: Their History and Ways of Life. 2 volumes. Photographs by Elizabeth C. Grinnell and Mrs. J. E. Tuell. Classic reprint. From the collection of the Western artist Harvey Johnson. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover with some wear. $35.00

  461. Grinnell, George Bird. The Fighting Cheyennes. First published in 1915, this book is a compelling account of the Cheyennes and their many wars with neighboring tribes on the Western plains and with the white settlers who pushed West. Classic work at warfare in the American West. 1st Oklahoma edition. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. University of Oklahoma Press. Dust jacket with some wear. $45.00

  462. Grinnell, George Bird. The Fighting Cheyennes. First published in 1915, this book is a compelling account of the Cheyennes and their many wars with neighboring tribes on the Western plains and with the white settlers who pushed West. Classic work at warfare in the American West. Reprint. University of Oklahoma Press. Dust jacket. $25.00

  463. Grinnell, George Bird. The Fighting Cheyennes. First published in 1915, this book is a compelling account of the Cheyennes and their many wars with neighboring tribes on the Western plains and with the white settlers who pushed West. Classic work at warfare in the American West. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $24.95

  464. Growing Up Native American: An Anthology. Edited with an introduction by Patricia Riley, foreword by Inex Hernandez. 22 Native American writers from the ninteenth century to the 1990s, write in fiction and essay about childhood. Among the authors are Black Elk, Leslie Marmon Silko, N. Scott Momaday, Louis Owens, Luther Standing Bear. 1st edition. Previous owner's inscription on front endsheet. William Morrow, 1993. Dust jacket. $17.50

  465. Grutman, Jewel and Gay Matthaei. The Ledgerbook of Thomas Blue Eagle. Illustrations by Adam Cvijanovic. Fiction accountg of a young Sioux describing his life on the Plains and at Carlisle School. Made to look like a journal using a ledgerbook - with illustrations. Lickle Publishing, 1997. Green decorated cloth with paper label. $20.00

  466. SOLD Gulbrandsen, Don. Edward S. Curtis: Visions of the First Americans. A tribute to the photographer, his work, but above all to the Native Americans he photographed. Chartwell Books, Inc. 2010. Dust jacket, oversized. $25.00

  467. SOLD Gwydir, Major Rickard D. Recollections from the Colville Indian Agency, 1886-1889. Recollections and narratives collected and retold by a U.S. Indian Agent from the 1880's, offer a unique perspective on Northwest Washington Indian history. Arther H. Clark, 2001. Navy Blue cloth. $28.50

  468. Gwynne, S. C. Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and Fall of the Comanches, the Most Powerful Indian Tribe in American History. A vivid historical account of the forty-year battle between Comanche and white settlers for control of the American West, centering on Quanah Parker. Scribner, 2010. Dust jacket. $27.50 *

  469. Gwynne, S. C. Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and Fall of the Comanches, the Most Powerful Indian Tribe in American History. A vivid historical account of the forty-year battle between Comanche and white settlers for control of the American West, centering on Quanah Parker. Scribner, 2011. Soft cover. $16.00 *

  470. Hagan, William T. American Indians. In this bibliographic essay, Hagan surveys research on the subject of Indian-white relations and offers suggestions for further reading. 3rd edition. University of Chicago Press, 1993. Soft cover. $16.00

  471. Hagan, William T. Taking Indian Lands: The Cherokee (Jerome) Commission, 1889-1893. Formed to negotiate the purchase of huge areas of land from the Cherokees, Pawnees, Cheyennes, etc, the Commission set the stage of U.S. - Indian relations up to this day. . Dust jacket. $39.95

  472. SOLD Hagan, William T. Quanah Parker, Comanche Chief. The author does much to separate the man from the myth and put this Comanche leader in a proper historical perspective. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1993. Dust jacket. $25.00

  473. Hagan, William T. Quanah Parker, Comanche Chief. The author does much to separate the man from the myth and put this Comanche leader in a proper historical perspective. University of Oklahoma Press. Softcover. $19.95

  474. Hagan, William T. United States - Comanche Relations: The Reservation Years. The best history of the period between 1867-1906 which transformed the Comanches from proud Native Americans into apathetic wards. University of Oklahoma Press, 1990. Soft cover. $16.95

  475. Hague, Harlan. "Guides for the Pathfinders: The Indian Contribution to Exploration of the American West." Article in the Pacific Historian, Fall 1982. Soft cover. $5.00

  476. Haines, Aubrey L. The Battle of the Big Hole: The Story of the Landmark Battle of the 1877 Nez Perce War. Describing events that occurred during the five month running battle, this is a study of the heartbreaking futility of the Indian wars. TwoDot, 2007. Soft cover. $12.95

  477. Haines, Francis. The Nez Perces: Tribesmen of the Columbia Plateau. Classic history which combines excitement with historical accuracy. 2nd printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1972. Dust jacket, sunning on spine. $30.00

  478. SOLD Haines, Francis. The Plains Indians: Their Origins, Migrations, and Cultural Development. 1st edition. A new interpretation of the history of the Plains Indians - discussing the migrations of the tribes and encounters with the Europeans. Thomas Y. Crowell Co., 1976. Dust jacket. $25.00

  479. Haley, James L. The Buffalo War: The History of the Red River Indian Uprising of 1874. State House Press, 1998. Dust jacket. $24.95

  480. The Hall of the North American Indian: Change and Continuity. Photographs by Hillel S. Burger, ethnographic annotation by Ian W. Brown, edited by Barbara Isaac. Foreword by C. C. Lamberg-Karlovsky. Illustrated exhibit catalog with accompanying text. Peabody Museum Press, 1900. Soft cover. $30.00

  481. Hamalainen, Pekka. The Comanche Empire. A groundbreaking history of the rise and decline of the vast and imposing Comanche empire. 2009 Winner of the Bancroft Prize. Published in Association with the William P. Clements Center for Southwest Studies, Southern Methodist University, Yale University Press, 2008. Soft cover. $25.00 *

  482. Hampton, Bruce. Children of Grace: The Nez Perce War of 1877. 1st edition. Drawing upon original documents - letters, diaries, manuscripts and previously overlooked oral histories - the author recreates a stunning historical narrative portrait of the Nez Perce Indians. Henry Holt, 1994. Dust jacket. $27.50

  483. Handbook of North American Indian vol. 4: History of Indian - White Relations Smithsonian Institution, 1988. Gray cloth. $45.00

  484. Handbook of North American Indian vol. 5: Arctic. Smithsonian Institution, 1985. Gray cloth. $55.00

  485. Handbook of North American Indian vol. 6: Subarctic. Smithsonian Institution, 1981. Gray cloth. $80.00

  486. Handbook of North American Indian vol. 7: Northwest Coast. Smithsonian Institution, 1990. Gray cloth. $80.00

  487. Handbook of North American Indian vol. 11: Great Basin. Smithsonian Institution, 1986. Gray cloth. $75.00

  488. Handbook of North American Indian vol. 12: Plateau. Smithsonian Institution, 1998. Gray cloth. $61.00

  489. Handbook of North American Indian vol. 15: Northeast. Smithsonian Institution, 1978. Gray cloth. $80.00

  490. Hansen, Emma I. Memory and Vision: Arts, Cultures, and Lives of Plains Indian People. A comprehensive examination of the environments and historic forces that forged the cultures of Native Americans and a celebration of their ongoing presence. Filled with historic images and current photographs of Indian arts and crafts. Buffalo Bill Historical Center, 2007. Oversize, dust jacket. $65.00

  491. Harrington, M. R. The Iroquois Trail: Dickon Among the Onondagas and Senecas. A Story of Amercan Indian Life in Colonial Times. Illustrations by Don Perceval. Rutgers University Press, 1965. Dust jacket. $15.00

  492. Harris, LaDonna. LaDonna Harris: A Comanche Life. Edited by H. Henrietta Stockel. University of Nebraska Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $30.00

  493. Harrod, Howard L. Renewing the World: Plains Indian Relgion and Morality. 1st edition. The author's comparative study of Blackfoot, Cheyenne, Crow, and Arapaho religous experiences offers insight into thesse symbolic universes. University of Arizona, 1987. Dust jacket. $24.95

  494. Harston, J. Emmor. Comanche Land. The Indians' first hand report of what occurred, written by a man who spoke the Comanche language and often lived among them. 2nd printing. Naylor Co., 1963. Dust jacket. $75.00

  495. Hart, Thomas. The Ancient Spirituality of the Modern Maya. Weaves together the stories and experiences of those who practice Maya spirituality today, based on the relationship between God, the World, and the Ancestors. University of New Mexico Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $39.95

  496. Hassrick, Royal B. The Sioux: Life and Customs of a Warrior Society. In collaboration with Dorothy Maxwell and Cile M. Bach. Provides a description of the ways of the people and their customs from their own point of view. Black marking on front endsheet. 2nd printing, Civilization of the American Indian Series vol. 72. University of Oklahoma Press, 1967. Dust jacket. Copy with minor wear. $30.00

  497. Hassrick, Royal B. The Sioux: Life and Customs of a Warrior Society. In collaboration with Dorothy Maxwell and Cile M. Bach. Provides a description of the ways of the people and their customs from their own point of view. Civilization of the American Indian Series vol. 72. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $24.95

  498. Hatch, Thom. Black Kettle: The Cheyenne Chief Who Sought Peace but Found War. This is the first biography of one of the most intriguing figures in the history of the American West. It traces the life of Black Kettle from the days of his youth through his elevation to the chief of the Cheyenne. John Wiley & Son, 2004. Pictorial casebound $32.50

  499. Hau, Kóla! : the Plains Indian collection of the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology. Prepared by Barbara A. Hail. Exhibit catalog with essays on the Plains culture,; contains text with illustrations of artifacts and items from the collection. Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, 1980. Soft cover, oversize, discoloration on the bottom cover. $35.00

  500. Hauptman, Laurence M. and L. Gordon McLester III. Chief Daniel Bread and the Oneida Nation of Indians of Wisconsin. Bread played a key role in establishing the Oneida Indians' prescence in Wisconsin; the authors challenge the long-held views about Eleazer Williams' leadership of the Oneidas and show that Bread was the person who defended tribal interests. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $29.95

  501. Hauptman, Laurence M. and L. Gordon McLester III, eds. The Oneida Indians in the Age of Allotment, 1860 - 1920. The first comprehensive study of the Oneidas and the impact of the Dawes General Allotment Act of 1887. University of Oklahoma Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $34.95

  502. SOLD Hauptman, Laurence M. Tribes & Tribulations: Misconceptions About American Indians and Their Histories. 1st edition. In the nine essays in this volume, the author draws on twenty-five years of teaching American Indian historyand presents examples of some commonly held but erroneous views on Indian-white relations. University of New Mexico, 1995. Dust jacket. $37.50

  503. Hayes, Ernestine. Blonde Indian: An Alaska Native Memoir. Autobiography that traces the life of the author from childhood to adulthood as a member of the Tlingit community. University of Arizona Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $32.95

  504. Healy, Donald T. and Peter J. Orenski. Native American Flags. Foreword by Carl Waldman. Flags of the Native peoples of the United States proudly display symbols of tribal traditions, art, and culture. This book presents an encyclopedic look at the flags and histories of the 183 tribes. Revised edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2003. Soft cover. $16.95

  505. Heaton, John W. The Shoshone - Bannocks: Culture and Commerce at Fort Hall, 1870 - 1940. This case study challenges the view that Indians were ill suited to market-based pursuits and enchances our understanding of cultural persistence within broader sweep of historical change. University Press of Kansas, 2005. Dust jacket. $39.95

  506. Hebard, Grace Raymond. Washakie: Chief of the Shoshones. Introduction by Richard O. Clemmer. Offers an engaging view of Washakie’s long life and the early history of Shoshone-occupied land - embracing present-day Wyoming and parts of Montana, Idaho, and Utah. University of Nebraska Press, 1995. Soft cover. $19.95

  507. Henri, Florette. The Southern Indians and Benjamin Hawkins 1796-1816. A biography of Hawkins, former Senator from North Carolina, sent by President Washington as the chief U. S. agent to the Indian Tribes in the Southeast. This history of two crucial decades tells in authentic detail of the lives of the people, Native, European, and Black, in or on the edge of Indian country. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $50.00

  508. Henriksson, Markku. The Indian on Capitol Hill: Indian Legislation and the United States Congress, 1862-1907. A full-length study of Congress's Indian policy. Signed by the author. SHS, 1988. Soft cover. $19.95

  509. SOLD Herbst, Toby and Joel Kopp. The Flag in American Indian Art. Celebrates the artistic creativity and skilled handwork as they adapted their traditional cultures to a changing environment. New York State Historical Association, 1993. Soft cover. $50.00

  510. Herring, Joseph B. The Enduring Indians of Kansas: A Century and a Half of Acculturation. A compelling story, detailing the struggles of people against corporate, religious and bureaucratic forces, making careful and deliverate choses. University Press of Kansas, 1990. Soft cover. $12.95

  511. SOLD Heski, Thomas M. "Icastinyanka Cikala Hanzi" The Little Shadow Catcher: D.F. Barry, Celebrated Photographer of Famous Indians. Less a biography than a slice of history, this book presets the interplay of frontier and civilization during the late 1800s. Superior Publishing, 1978. Dust cover. $45.00

  512. Hester, James and Rance Hood. Rance Hood: Mystic Painter. Foreword by John R. Rohner, introduction by Joan Frederick. The story of this Comanche artist - contains becautiful color illustrations of his art work. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $39.95

  513. SOLD Hightower-Langston, Donna. The Native American World. The author has captured the dramatic history and vibrant cultural traditions of the Native American people in one authoritative, accessible volume. Over 300 entries covering major tribes, languages, prominent individuals, and important historical events. More than 100 illustrations, including period photos, line drawings, and portraits. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2003. Dust jacket. $40.00

  514. Highwater, Jamake. Fodor's Indian America. Illustrated compendium of places to stay and sights to see. Illustraed by Asa Battles. David McKay Co., 1975. Dust jacket with limited wear. $10.95

  515. Highwater, Jamake. Shadow Show: An Autobiographical Insinuation. The author's memories of interviews, meetings, and writings of famous artis ts such as Anais Nin, Dalton Trumbo, Jodorowsky, Tennessee Williams and others. 1st printing. Alfred Van Der Marck Editions, 1986. Dust jacket. $27.50

  516. Highwater, Jamake. Song from the Earth: American Indian Painting. A chronology, bibliography, and directory of collections of Indian painting make this book a valuable reference. Includes color and black and while illustrations. 1st edition. New York Graphic Society, 1976. Dust jacket. $35.00

  517. Hill, Ruth Beebe. Hanta Yo. Historical fiction of a Dakota tribe; a multigenerational saga which reveals for the first time an American Indian culture from the inside. Based on a document recorded on tanned hide by a member of the Mahto band of the Teton Sioux. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Doubleday & Co., 1979. Dust jacket. $55.00

  518. Hill, Sarah H. Weaving New Worlds: Southeastern Cherokee Women and Their Basketry. Examines the history of Cherokee women by examining changes in their basketry. 1st printing. University of North Carolina Press, 1997. Soft cover with minor wear. $22.95 *

  519. SOLD Hinman, Eleanor H. The Eleanor H. Hinman Interviews on the Life and Death of Crazy Horse. Edited by John M. Carroll, illustrated by Lorence Bjorklund, with a new foreword by Eleanor H. Hinman. Includes an original drawing by Bjoklund. Limited edition, copy 'L' of 26 specially bound. Signed by Hinman, Carroll, and Bjorklund. Gary Owen Press, 1976. Leather quarter binding w/ hand-made marble paper covered boards. $700.00

  520. Hirschfelder, Arlene Native American Almanac: A Portrait of Native America Today New York (1993) First Edition $25.00

  521. A History of Utah's American Indians. 1st edition. Edited by Forrest S. Cuch. Chapters on each of the Ute's six tribes look at origin stories, religion, politics, education, folkways, family life, social activities, economic issues, and important events. Utah Division of Indian Affairs, 2000. Dust jacket. $24.95

  522. Hitchcock, Ethan Allen. A Traveler in Indian Territory: The Journal of Ethan Allen Hitchcock. Edited and annotated by Grant Foreman with a foreword by Michael D. Green. Originally published in 1930, this is compiled from his nine personal diaries of his travels and observations among the Cherokee, Creek, Seminole, Chickasaw and Choctow Indians in 1841. American Exploration and Travel Series, no. 75. 1st paperback printing by University of Oklahoma Press, 1996. Soft cover. $21.95

  523. Hittman, Michael. Corbett Mack : The Life of a Northern Paiute. The story of Corbett Mack is an uncompromising account of a harsh life that was typical of an entire generation of Paiute. Born out of the turmoil and humilation of an Indian boarding school, troubled by opiate addiction, and bound to constant labor in the fields, he nonetheless made his life meaningful through the perserverance of Paiute cultural traditions. University of Nebraska, 1996. Yellow cloth. $45.00

  524. Hoebel, E. Adamson. The Cheyennes: Indians of the Great Plains. Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1960. Soft cover. $15.00

  525. Hoig, Stan. The Peace Chiefs of the Cheyennes. Foreword by Boyce D. Timmons. A detailed study of the Cheyenne Chiefs involved in the peace process; filled with photographs and eye witness observations. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1980. Dust jacket. $35.00 *

  526. Hoig, Stan. The Peace Chiefs of the Cheyennes. Foreword by Boyce D. Timmons. A detailed study of the Cheyenne Chiefs involved in the peace process; filled with photographs and eye witness observations. Winner of the 1980 Western Writers of America "Golden Spur: award for the best Western non-fiction. University of Oklahoma Press, 1990. Soft cover. $19.95 *

  527. SOLD Hoig, Stan. People of the Sacred Arrows: The Southern Cheyenne Today. 1st edition. Illustrated with photographs and old prints. Hoig has chosen to tell the Cheyenne story revealed to him by the people today, as well as from historical research. Cobblehill Books, 1992. $15.00

  528. Hoig, Stan. Tribal Wars of the Southern Plains. 1st edition. A comprehensive account of Indian conflicts in the area between the Platte River and the Rio Grande, from the first written reports of Spanish in the sixteenth century through 1875. University of Oklahoma Press, 1993. Dust jacket. $20.00

  529. Hoig, Stan. White Man's Paper Trail: Grand Councils and Treaty-Making on the Central Plains. 1st edition. A history of the federal government's attempts to peacefully negotiate treaties with the Central Plains tribes from the early 1800s until 1871 when Congress stopped treat-making. University Press of Colorado, 2006. Soft cover. $24.95

  530. Holder, Preston. The Hoe and the Horse on the Plains: A Study of Cultural Development among North American Indians. The study centers on farming and hunting from horseback among the Great Plains Indians. 1st edition. University of Nebrasa Press, 1970. Dust jacket with minor wear. $25.00 *

  531. Holder, Preston. The Hoe and the Horse on the Plains: A Study of Cultural Development among North American Indians. The study centers on farming and hunting from horseback among the Great Plains Indians. 1st Landmark Edition printing. University of Nebrasa Press, 1991. Green cloth with slight discoloration spot on front cover. $25.00 *

  532. Holder, Preston. The Hoe and the Horse on the Plains: A Study of Cultural Development among North American Indians. The study centers on farming and hunting from horseback among the Great Plains Indians. University of Nebrasa Press, 1974. Soft cover with minor wear. $8.95*

  533. SOLD Hollihan, Tony. Great Chiefs volume I. Biographical chapters on Sitting Bull, Chief Joseph, Quanah Parker, Red Cloud, Sequoyah and Louis Riel. Includes sources. Folklore Publishing, 2002. Soft cover. $10.95

  534. Holloway, Brian. Interpreting the Legacy: John Neihardt and Black Elk Speaks. 1st edition. The author makes a convincing case that Neihardt quite conciously attempted to use his literary craftsmanship to provide the reader with direct and immediate access to the teachings of the Ogala elder. University Press of Colorado, 2003. Dust jacket. $27.95

  535. Hollihan, Tony. Great Chiefs volume II. Biographical chapters on Geronimo, Crazy Horse, Plenty Coup, Tecumseh, Wovoka and Crowfoot. Includes sources. Folklore Publishing, 2002. Soft cover. $10.95

  536. Holm, Bill. The Box of Daylight: Northwest Coast Indian Art. Oversized catalogue depicting works from the Seattle Art Museum exhibit from September '83 to January '84. University of Washington Press. Soft cover. $45.00

  537. Holm, Bill. Northwest Coast Indian Art: An Analysis of Form. A classic study that reviews a particular aboriginal art style illustrated so the reader will understand the differences in form. University of Washington Press, 1970. Soft cover. $17.95

  538. SOLD Holm, Bill. Spirit and Ancestor: A Century of Northwest Coast Indian Art at the Burke Museum. Catalog of 100 treasures, a major contribution to the Northwest Coast art history and ethnography, providing a description of the pieces and information on the culture. University of Washington Press, 1987. Soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  539. SOLD Holm, Tom. The Great Confusion in Indian Affairs: Native Americans & Whites in the Progressive Era. Discussion of cultural assimilation. 1st edition. University of Texas Press, 2005. Blue boards and white cloth spine. $50.00

  540. Holt, Marilyn Irvin. Indian Orphanages. 1st edition. The first book to focus exclusively on this subject, Marilyn Holt's study interweaves Indian history, educational history, family history, and child welfare policy to tell the story of Indian orphanages within the larger context of the orphan asylum in America. University Press of Kansas, 2001. Dust jacket. $35.00 *

  541. Holt, Ronald L. Beneath These Red Cliffs: An Ethnohistory of the Utah Paiutes. 1st edition. A scholarly examination of the Paiute experience of being forced into "shantytowns" where their life was marginal but were removed from federal jurisdiction in the 1950s. It traces the long process of the reabsorption of the group back into federal protection. University of New Mexico, 1992. White cloth. $17.50

  542. Honore, Pierre. In Quest of the White God. Account of the ancient civilizations o the Maya, Aztec, Inca and othr pre-Columbian Indian societies, but als an examination of their mysterious heritage. 1st American edition. Putnam, 1964. Dust jacket. $12.50

  543. Hook, Jason. American Indian Warrior Chiefs: Tecumseh, Crazy Horse, Chief Joseph, Geronimo. Plates by Richard Hook. Illustrated biographies on these Native American warriors. Firebird Books, 1991. Soft cover oversize. $14.95

  544. Hook, Jason. Chief Joseph: Guardian of the Nez Perce. Plates by Richard Hook. Young readers biography of this Chief. Firebird Books, 1989 Decorated cloth. $12.00

  545. Hooker, Forrestine C. Star: The Story of an Indian Pony. Foreword by Lieut. General Nelson A. Miles. Story of a heroic pony during the Indian wars and Quanah Parker, Comanche Chief. Hooker was the daughter of noted Indian fighter General C. L. Cooper, who was stationed in the Southwest. Jacket painting by Charles Livingston Bull. Young Moderns Bookshelf. Sun Dial Press, 1922. Dust jacket. $18.50

  546. Hoover, Herbert T. The Chitimacha People. Copy No. 5,899 of a limited 15,000 copies. Autographed by Tribal Chair Leroy M. Burgess. Indian Tribal Series, 1975. Stiff Blue Wraps. $15.00

  547. Hopkins, Sarah Winnemucca. Life Among the Piutes: Their Wrongs and Claims. Edited by Mrs. Horace Mann. With a new foreword by Catherine S. Fowler. An autobiographical work detailing Winnemucca's life and plight of the Paiute Indians. Originally published in 1883, this is a facsimile reprint. University of Nevada Press, 1994. Soft cover. $15.95

  548. Horan, James D. The McKenney-Hall Portrait Gallery of American Indians. A rare fusion of art and history combing over 125 color portraits as they were painted over one hundred years ago. Crown, 1972. Dust jacket, over size. $50.00

  549. Horse Capture, George P. Powwow. Exhibit catalog of Indian culture. Buffalo Bill Historical Center, 1989. Soft cover oblong. $15.00

  550. Horsman, Reginald. Expansion and American Indian Policy, 1783-1812. Copy previously owned by noted Western historian Dr. Robert Trennert with his pencil markings and notations. Michigan State University Press, 1967. Dust jacket with wear and smal tears. $12.50

  551. Hosmer, Brian C. American Indians in the Marketplace: Persistence and Innovation among the Menominees and Metlakatlans, 1870 - 1920. Insightful study of the Native Americans in Wisconsin and British Columbia that demonstrates how each community used economic development to maintain its cultural identity, integrity and independence. University Press of Kansas, 1999. Soft cover. $19.95

  552. Hothem, Lar. North American Indian artifacts : a collector's identification and value guide. Filled with great photographs and illustrations. 1st edition. Books Americana, 1978. Soft cover with minor wear. $15.00

  553. Houston, James. Confessions of an Igloo Dweller: Memories of the Old Arctic. Autobiographical narrative of the old days in the Arctic. Houghton Mifflin, 1995. Dust jacket. $24.95

  554. Houston, James. Eagle Mask: A West Coast Indian Tale. 1st edition. Fictional short story about a Skemshan prince and his trials of endurance, the rituals, amd the celebrations that marked the coming of age of this future chieftain. Murray Printing Company, 1966. Dust jacket clipped. $25.00

  555. Houston, James. Eagle Song. An Indian Saga based on true events at the Nootkan village on the Canadian Pacific coast. 1st edition. Harcout Brace, 1983. Dust jacket. $15.95

  556. Houston, James. Ghost Paddle: A Northwest Coast Indian Tale. Illustrated by the author. A young adult tale captured in moving text and drawings. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1972. Dust jacket. $10.00

  557. Houston, James. River Runner: A Tale of Hardship and Bravery. 1st edition. Illustrations by the author. Young adult fictional story about a fifteen-year-old and his young Indian friend and their journey to set up a fur-trading outpost on Ghost lake. Atheneum, 1979. Dust jacket. $27.50

  558. Houston, James. The White Dawn: An Eskimo Saga. This outstanding narrative, blending adventure and romance with authenticity and profound meaning makes a singular contribution to our literature. 1st edition. Harcourt Brace, 1971. Dust jacket. $10.00

  559. SOLD The Hover Collection of Karuk Baskets. Catalogue from the Clarke Memorial Museum. Black and white photos of Lee Hover's immense collection. Soft cover. 3" area of bottom part of front cover peeled away. Clarke Memorial Museum, 1985. $45.00

  560. How Can One Sell the Air? Chief Seattle's Vision. Revised edition. Foreword by Marilyn Jones. An impassioned plea to respect life - provides both versions of the message. Native Voices, 2005. Soft cover. $9.95

  561. Howard, Helen Addison. Saga of Chief Joseph. In a completely revised edition of the former volume, the great Nez Perce emerges in the photographic reality of an objective and modern interpretation. Caxton, 1971. Dust jacket with wear on edges. $45.00

  562. SOLD Howard, Helen Addison. Saga of Chief Joseph. In a completely revised edition of the former volume, the great Nez Perce emerges in the photographic reality of an objective and modern interpretation. University of Nebraska Press, 1978. Soft cover. $19.95

  563. SOLD Howard, James H. and Victoria Lindsay Levine. Choctaw: Music and Dance. 1st edition. This book discusses all aspects of the Choctaw dances and songs performed today by dance troupes in Mississippi and Oklahoma. University of Oklahoma Press, 1990. Dust jacket. $30.00

  564. Howard, James H. The Ponca Tribe. Introduction by Donald N. Brown, new introduction by Judi M. Gaiashikibos. The most complete account of the Ponca Indians who inhabited the upper central plains. 2d edition. University of Nebraska Press, 2010. Soft cover. $17.95

  565. Howard, Joseph Kinsey. Strange Empire: A Narrative of the Northwest. Story of the Great Plains and the Metis Indians. 1st edition. William Morrow, 1952. Black cloth with rubbing and wear on the corners. $15.00 *

  566. Hoxie, Frederick E. A Final Promise: The Campaign to Assimilate the Indians, 1880-1920. A study of Indian-white relations that seeks to define issues and motives, and place economic, political, and social interaction into perspective. University of Nebraska Press, 1984. Black Cloth. $35.00

  567. Hoxie, Frederick E. A Final Promise: The Campaign to Assimilate the Indians, 1880-1920. With a new preface by the author. A study of Indian-white relations that seeks to define issues and motives, and place economic, political, and social interaction into perspective. University of Nebraska Press, 2001. Soft cover. $24.00

  568. Hoxie, Frederick E. Parading Through History: The Making of the Crow Nation in America 1805-1933. 1st edition. This volume provides a history of the Crow Indians that demonstrates the link between their nineteenth-century nomadic life and their modern existence. Cambridge University, 1995. Dust jacket. $12.50

  569. Hume, Annette Ross. Life at the Kiowa, Comanche, and Wichita Agency: The Photographs of Annette Ross Hume. Written by Kristina L. Southwell and John R. Lovette. An illuminating biography of Hume, focusing on her life in Anadarko and the development of her photographic skills. The photographs are presented in chronological order. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $34.95

  570. Humfreville, J. Lee. Twenty Years Among Our Hostile Indians. New introduction by Edwin Sweeney. A Civil War veteran with the 9th U.S. Cavalry, the Buffalo Soldiers, in 1866. He resigned his commission after eight years' service on the Southern Plains. In this beautifully illustrated work, he offers his observations on all aspects of Plains Indian life. Frontier Classics Series. Stackpole Books, 2002. Soft cover. $19.95

  571. SOLD Hungry Wolf, Adolf. Good Medicine: Companion Issue. No. 2 in the series. Good Medicine Books, 1971. Wraps. $12.50

  572. SOLD Hungry Wolf, Adolf. Good Medicine: Tipi Life. No. 5 in the series. Good Medicine Books, 1972. Wraps. $7.00

  573. SOLD Hungry Wolf, Adolf. Good Medicine: Traditional Dress Issue: Knowledge and Methods of Old-Time Clothings. No. 3 in the series. Good Medicine Books, 1971. Wraps. $12.50

  574. Hungry Wolf, Adolf. Good Medicine in Glacier National Park. No. 4 in the series. Inspirational photos and stories from the days of the Blackfoot people. Good Medicine Books, 1971. Good. Wraps. $7.50

  575. Hungry Wolf, Adolf and Beverly. Shadows of the Buffalo: A Family Odyssey Among the Indians. 1st edition. An Odyssey in search of a deeply spiritual culture that has maintained its harmony with nature for millennia. Wiliam Morrow & Co, 1983. Dust jacket. $16.95

  576. SOLD Hungry Wolf, Adolf. The Tipi: Traditional Native American Shelter. This amazing collection of vintage photographs and historical texts presents an overall view of tipi life among the various Native peoples of the North American continent. Native Voices, 2006. Soft cover. $17.95

  577. Hunt, Ben. Ben Hunt's Big Indiancraft Book. Filled with instructions and illustrations on making Native American crafts. Bruce Publishing. Orange decorated cloth. $22.00

  578. SOLD Hunt, David Native Indian Wild Game, Fish & Wild Foods Cookbook: Recipes from North American Native Cooks. Lancaster, Pa.: (1992) First Edition $24.95

  579. Hunt, W. Ben and J. F. "Buck" Burshears. American Indian Beadwork. Includes directions for beading stiches, making a loom, photographs of actual Indian beadwork and color patterns. Collier Books, 1971. Soft cover. $13.00

  580. Hyde, George E. The Pawnee Indians. Foreword by Savoie Lottinville. Comprehensive work on the Pawnee, using firsthand accounts, oral history and other evidence. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $24.95

  581. Hyde, George E. Rangers and Regulars. Edition limited to 500 copies. Tells about the Spanish, Mexican, and American military action against the the mounted tribes of the southern plains, particularly the Comanches. F.J. Heer Printing Co., 1952. Dust jacket. $50.00

  582. Hyde, George A. A Sioux Chronicle. Story of the Sioux during the last quarter of the nineteen century. 2nd printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1980. Dust jacket. $35.00

  583. Hyde, George E. Spotted Tail's Folk: A History of the Brule Sioux. Foreword by Harry H. Anderson. A solid contribution to Sioux-American history, Civilization of the American Indian Series #57. 1st edition. Previous owner's stamp on front endsheet, Historical Archaeology Research Library. University of Oklahoma Press, 1961. Dust jacket with wear on edges and rubbing on cover.. $50.00

  584. Hyde, George E. Spotted Tail's Folk: A History of the Brule Sioux. Foreword by Harry H. Anderson. A solid contribution to Sioux-American history, reissued with minor changes and corrections and many additional illustrations. Civilization of the American Indian Series #57. New edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1976. Soft cover. $29.95

  585. Images of Sport in Early Canada. Compiled by Nancy J. Dunbar. Text in English and French. A montage of images found in the arts and crafts of Canada that reflect aspects of the games and pastimes which have long held the interest of Canadians. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal, PQ, Canada, 1976. Soft cover. $30.00

  586. In Beauty I Walk: The Literary Roots of Native American Writing. Edited by Jarold Ramsey and Lori Burlingame. The first anthology to offer generous selections of both oral/traditional textsand works by the first generation of Native American writers, such as Charles Eastman, Francis LaFlesche, Zitkala-Sa and D'Arcy McNickle. University of New Mexico Press, 2008. Soft cover. $27.95

  587. Indian Art Traditions of the Northwest Coast. Edited by Roy L. Carlson. Based on papers of a symposium on the prehistory of the Northwest Coast Indian art. Archaeology Press. Soft cover, oversize. $20.00

  588. SOLD Indian Basketry of Western North America. From the collection of the Bowers Museum, Santa Ana, California. Detailed look at basketry with black and white and color illustrations and photos. Soft cover. Bowers Musuem, 1977. $50.00

  589. Indian Conquistadors: Indigenous Allies in the Conquest of Mesoamerica. Edited by Laura E. Matthew and Michel R. Oudijk. Essays on the Indians of Mexico and Central America and the relationship with the Spanish. University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Tan cloth. $45.00

  590. The Indian Historian, Volume 1, Number 2. American Indian Historical Society, Spring, 1968. Brown wraps. $3.00

  591. Indian Legends Told by Iron Eyes and Birdie Parker Cody. Different stories from various tribes, including Pueblo, Omaha, Cherokee and Cheyenne. Great for younger readers to learn the Native legends. Illustrated. Northeworthy Co., 1980. Wraps, oversize. $10.00

  592. Indian Life: The Magazine of the Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial (40:1). Issue contains articles about Indians of Yesterday and Today plus some short features. Artists featured include Maria Martinez, Robert Chee, and Pablita Velarde. Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial Association, 1961. Wraps, some rubbing on back cover. $5.00

  593. Indian Life: Transforming an American Myth. Edited and with an introduction by William W. Savage, Jr. Sets forth the white man's varying views and representations of the Native Americans he confronted as he crossed the American continent. Companion volume to Cowboy Life: Reconstructing an American Myth. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1977. Dust jacket. $20.00

  594. Indian Lives: Essays on Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Native American Leaders. 1st edition. Edited by L.G. Moses and Raymond Wilson. In this collection of biographical studies of eight American Indians, we see they lived in a world of great complexity that has challenged, sustained, and sometimes destroyed them. 1st edition. University of New Mexico, 1985. Dust jacket. $25.00

  595. Indian Self-Rule: First-Hand Accounts of Indian-White Relations from Roosevelt to Reagan. Edited by Kenneth R. Philip. Foreword by Alvin M. Josephy, Jr. and E. Richard Hart. Discusses the topics, the people and weighing of solutions. Institute of the American West, 1986. Dust jacket. $12.50

  596. Indian Slavery in Colonial America. Edited and with an introduction by Alan Gallay. A collection of essays that examines the complicated dynamics of Indian enslavement: How and why Indians became both slaves of the Europeans and the suppliers of slavery's victims. University of Nebraska Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $60.00 *

  597. Indian-White Relations: A Persistent Paradox. Edited by Jane F. Smith and Robert M. Kvasnicka. A collection of edited papers and commentaries presented at a National Archives Research conference in 1972. Contributors include William T. Hagan, Donald Berthrong, Bob Utley, Robert Athearn and Angie Debo. Howard University Press, 1976. Dust jacket. $10.00

  598. Indians of the North Pacific Coast. Edited by Tom McFeat. A many faceted examination of the cultures of the Tlinglit, Haida, Tsimshian, Nootka, and Salish people along the Canadian border and Alaska. University of Washington Press, 1967. Dust jacket. $20.00

  599. Indians Yesterday and Today: Information Pamphlet. Prepared by the United States Indian Service. Text and photographs about U.S. tribes. BIA, 1950. Decorated soft cover. $15.00

  600. Into the Fray: The Eiteljorg Fellowship for Native American Fine Art, 2005. Edited by James Nottage. Oversize catalog with colorful photographs and chapters written by various authors. Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art with University of Washington press, 2005. Soft cover. $23.50

  601. Inverarity, Robert Bruce. Art of the Northwest Coast Indians. A comphrensive guide with illustrations of Northwest Coast Indian art. University of California Press, 1971. Orange soft cover. $22.50

  602. Iverson, Peter. "We are Still Here": American Indians in the Twentieth Century. Discussing the Native Americans and their ability to survive today. American History Series. Harlan Davidson, 1998. Red soft cover. $17.50

  603. Ipellie, Alootook with David MacDonald. The Inuit Thought of It: Amazing Arctic Innovations. Illustrated examples of the history and artifacts of these Native Americans. Annick Press, 2007. Pictorial casebound oversize. $19.95

  604. Jackson, John C. The Piikani Blackfeet: A Culture Under Siege. Provides a rare, honest look at the Piikani people, their history and culture. Mountain Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $30.00

  605. Jacobs, Wilbur R. The Fata Confrontation: Historical Studies of American Indians, Environment, and Historians. Introdution by Albert L. Hurtado. Ten essays on Indians, the environment, and frontier historiography. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1996. $50.00

  606. SOLD Jacobson, Daniel , et al. Alabama-Coushatta (Creek) Indians. Includes Indian Claims Commission; Land Claims cases; Map. +3 reports: Alabama-Coushatta Indians (Jacobson); Documents on the Alabama and Coushatta Tribes of Texas (Martin) and the History of Polk County, Texas. Garland, 1974. Green cloth. $40.00

  607. SOLD James, Cheewa. Modoc: The Tribe That Wouldn't Die. History of the Modoc people, including the 1873 California /Oregon War and the exiled Modocs in Oklahoma. Naturegraph, 2008. Soft cover. $19.95

  608. James, George Wharton. Indian Basketry. Pioneering study and a valuable source book on American Indian basketry. Second edition, revised and enlarged. Previous owners name on front endsheets. Privately printed, 1902. Green cloth with piece missing at top of spine. $37.50

  609. James, George Wharton. Indian Basketry. Pioneering study first printed in 1901, is a valuable source book on American Indian basketry. Reprint of the 4th, 1909 edition. Dover. Soft cover. $12.95

  610. James, George Wharton. Indian Basketry & How to Make Baskets. Oversized hard cover. Third edition with nearly 600 illustrations educating the reader on the art of basket making. Rio Grande Press. Creme pictorial cloth. $50.00

  611. SOLD James, George Wharton. What the White Race May Learn from the Indian. 1st edition. Aninteresting work describing the real life of the Indian, by an eminent authority on the subject. This book is the outgrowth of twenty-five years' experience with the Indian and sets forth many of their traits and customs which might profitably be adopted by the white race. Front cover of dust jacket separated along with other tears and creases. Forbes & Co., 1908. Dust jacket. $100.00

  612. James, Thomas. Three Years Among the Indians and Mexicans. Introduction by A. P. Nasatir. A lively reminiscences of Western life by a young man who joined the fur traders and later crossed the Great Plains to Santa Fe. Reprint of the 1846 edition. University of Nebraska Press, 1st printing Bison Books. Soft cover. $10.00

  613. Jefferson, James and Robert W. Delaney and Gregory C. Thompson. TheSouthern Utes: A Tribal History. Edited by Floyd A. O'Neil. Previous price in ink on front endsheet. Southern Ute Tribe, 1972. Blue cloth. $15.00

  614. SOLD Jenness, Diamond. The People of the Twilight. History of the Eskimos of the Coronation Gulf region on the Arctic coast of Canada. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. University of Chicaco Press, 1959. Soft cover, showing wear. $6.00

  615. Jensen, Vickie. Totem Pole Carving: Bringing a Log to Life. Describes and illustrates with photographs the creating of a totem pole. Douglas & McIntyre, 1999. Soft cover. $24.95

  616. Johnson, Bobby H. The Coushatta People. Copy No. 5813 of a limited 15,000 copies. Autographed by tribal chairman Ernest Sickey. Indian tribal series, 1976. Stiff blue wraps with stains on cover. $15.00

  617. Johnson, Jean B. The Opata: An Inland Tribe of Sonora. University of New Mexico Publications in Anthropology No. 6. University of New Mexico Press, 1950. Gray wraps. $18.50

  618. SOLD Johnson, Michael and Jonathan Smith. The Tribes of the Sioux Nation. This remarkably detailed text outlines the history, social organization, religion and material culture of the Santee, Yankton, and Teton Sioux. Osprey Men-At-Arms 344. Osprey, 2000. Soft cover. $15.95

  619. SOLD Johnson, Michael. Encyclopedia of Native Tribes of North America. Color plates by Richard Hook. A new edition, revised and expanded with color plates. Firefly Books, 2007. Dust jacket oversized. $49.95

  620. SOLD Johnston, Franklin R. The Lost Field Notes of Franklin R. Johnston's Life and Work Among the American Indians. Johnston was an adventurer with a passion for archaeology - he interviewed Geronimo just before the Apache chief's death in 1909. First Glance Books, 1997. Dust jacket. $45.00

  621. Jonaitis, Aldona. Art of the Northwest Coast. Comprehensive survey of the Native arts of the Pacific Northwest Coast, from prehistoric times to the present. Incorporates the region's social history. University of Washington Press, 2006. Soft cover. $26.95

  622. SOLD Jonaitis, Aldona. From the Land of the Totem Poles: The Northwest Coast Indian Art Collection at the American Museum of Natural History. Nearly 100 color plates in the book and numerous historical photographs from the Museum's archive recall a bygone era and are a tribute to the stunning artworks of the North Pacific region. 1st edition. American Museum of National History, 1988. Dust jacket. $50.00

  623. Jones, David E. Native North American Armor, Shields, and Fortifications. The first and only comprehensive survey of armor, shields, and fortifications of American Indians, shattering stereotypes about the nature of aboriginal warfare. 1st edition. University of Texas Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $55.00

  624. SOLD Jones, David E. Poison Arrows: North American Indian Hunting and Warfare. Information never compiled before discussing the use of ethnobotanical compounds in warfare. University of Texas Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $29.95

  625. Jones, David E. Poison Arrows: North American Indian Hunting and Warfare. A provocative, comprehensive survey of organic compounds used as poisons - on arrows and spears, in food, and even as insecticides - by numerous Native American tribes. University of Texas Press, 2007. Soft cover. $19.95

  626. SOLD Jones, Joan Megan. The Art and Style of Western Indian Basketry. Beautiful color illustrations. Soft cover. Hancock House, 1982. $10.00

  627. Jones, Louis Thomas. Aboriginal American Oratory: The Tradition of Eloquence among the Indians of the United States. Introduction by Carl Schaefer Dentzel. Examples of Indian speeches from around America. Southwest Museum, 1965. Red cloth. $40.00

  628. Jordan, Julia A. Plains Apache Ethnobotany. Foreword by Paul E. Minnis and Wayne J. Elisens. Documents more than 110 plant species valued by the Plains Apache and preserves a wealth of detailing concerning traditional Apache collection, preparation and use of these plant specifies for food,medicine, ritual, and material culture. University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. $34.95

  629. Josephy, Alvin M., Jr. 500 Nations: An Illustrated History of North American Indians. Based on a documentary filmscript and TV special. Illustrated with drawings, photographs and artifacts concerning the Native Americans from Sioux, Kiowa, Senecas, to the Mayas and Anasazis. 1st edition, Knopf, 1994. Dust jacket, oversize. $50.00

  630. Josephy, Alvin M., Jr. Nez Perce Country. With an introduction by Jeremy FiveCrows. Josephy describes the Nimiipuu's attachment to the land and their way of life, religion and culture. University of Nebraska Press, 2007. Soft cover. $14.95

  631. Josephy, Alvin M., Jr. The Nez Perce Indians and the Opening of the Northwest. 1st edition. The author traces the story of the tribe's conquest and dispossession by the white man, from the time of Lewis and Clark to the great fighting retreat of the bands associated with Chief Joseph and other leaders in 1877. Yale University, 1965. Dust jacket. $55.00

  632. Josephy, Alvin M., Jr. Now That the Buffalo's Gone: A Study of Today's American Indians. A classic examination of what Indians want and why they want it.1st edition. Alfred A. Knopf, 1982. Dust jacket. $25.00

  633. Josephy, Alvin M., Jr. Now That the Buffalo's Gone: A Study of Today's American Indians. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $24.95

  634. Josephy, Alvin M., Jr. The Patriot Chiefs: A Chronicle of American Indian Leadership. Chapters on Crazy Horse, Chief Joseph, King Philip, Tecumseh, Osceola, Black Hawk and Keokuk. Viking Press, 1965. Dust jacket. $20.00

  635. SOLD Josephy, Alvin M., Jr. Red Power: The American Indians' Fight for Freedom. Documentary history stemming from President Nixon's embrace of a fundamental change in the federal government's disastrous attitude toward the Indians. McGraw-Hill, 1971. Dust jacket. $35.00

  636. Jung, Patrick J. The Black Hawk War of 1832. A discussion of the complexity of intertribal rivalry, military ineptitude and racial dynamics. Campaigns and Commanders Series. University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $29.95

  637. SOLD Kan, Sergei. Memory Eternal: Tlingit Culture and Russian Orthodox Christianity through Two Centures. Combines history, anthropology, stories and theory to portray the encourter between the Tlingit and the church in Alaska. University of Washington Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $30.00

  638. Kapoun, Robert W. with Charles J. Lohrmann. Language of the Robe: American Indian Trade Blankets. Illustrated with more than 300 photographs, this book shows the history and humanity of the trade blanket prior to World War II as well discusses the status of contemporary collectors' editions. Reprint of 1996 edition. Gibbs Smith, 2006. Dust jacket. $39.95

  639. Katanski, Amelia V. Learning to Write "Indian" The Boarding - School Experience and American Indian Literature. An examines a range of writings that portray the Indian boarding-school experience - from descriptions of life within the school to accounts of the lasting impact this government policy has had on generations of American Indian people. University of Oklahoma Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $24.95

  640. Katanski, Amelia V. Learning to Write "Indian" The Boarding - School Experience and American Indian Literature. University of Oklahoma Press, 2006. Soft cover. $16.95

  641. Katz, William Loren. Black Indians: A Hidden Heritage. Through careful research, this book reveals how black and red people learned to live and work together. Young adult. Atheneum, 1986. Dust jacket. $15.95

  642. SOLD Kavasch, Barrie. Native Harvests: Recipes and Botanicals of the American Indian. Illustrated with drawings of wild plants and includes easy-to-use charts specifying the many uses of these plants. Previous owner's inscription. Vintage Books, 1979. Soft cover. $9.00

  643. SOLD Keech, Roy A. Pagans Praying: A Book of Pictorial Verse 1st ed., signed by author. Illus. By Pop Chalee. Clarendon: Clarendon Press, 1940. $65.00

  644. Keefe, Brian L. Red was the Blood of Our Forefathers: Episdes from Crow Indian Intertribal Warfare. A chronology of the Crows at war. Caxton Press, 2010. Soft cover. $18.95

  645. Keegan, M.K. and Frontier Photographers. Enduring Culture: A Century of Photography of the Southwest Indians. Foreword by N. Scott Momaday. Historic images by such photographers as Curtis, Lummis, Vroman and Hillers with current images by contemporary photographers. Scope is beyond the Southwest. 2nd edition. Clear Light Publishers, 1990. Dust jacket, oversize. $20.00

  646. Keithahn, Edward L. Monuments in Cedar: The Authentic Story of the Totem Pole. Illustrated guide, detailing the history, types, hot to read them and the social and political organization of the clans. 1st edition. Previous owner's inscription on inside front cover. Fold out map and chart of the Tlingit people. Signed by the author. Roy Anderson, 1945. Green cloth with paper label of a Totem Pole on front cover. $30.00

  647. Keller, Robert H. and Michael F. Turek. American Indians & National Parks. Beginning with a historical account of Yosemite and Yellowstone, Keller reveals how the creation of the two oldest parks affected native peoples. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 1998. Dust jacket. $40.00

  648. Keller, Robert H., Jr. American Protestantism and the United States Indian Policy, 1869-82. The first comprehensive treatment of examining Grant’s Peace Policy and the churches. It is the first to use a wide range of denominational as well as government archives. Contains notes of Dr. Robert Trennert on a separate sheet enclosed, name penciled in on front endsheet. 1st printing. University of Nebraska Press, 1983. Dust jacket with wear on edges. $10.00

  649. Kelly, Lawrence C. The Assault on Assimilation: John Collier and the Origins of Indian Policy Reform. Foreword by John Collier, Jr. Examines the complex personality of Collier and the intricacies of Indian affairs in the 1920s. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1983. Dust jacket. $25.00

  650. Kelton, Paul. Epidemics and Enslavement: Biological Catastrophe in the Native Southeast 1492-1715. Groundbreaking examination of the relationship between the Indian slave trade the spread of Old World diseases in the colonial southeastern U.S. University of Nebraska Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $50.00

  651. Kendall, Daythal, comp. A Supplement to A Guide to Manuscripts Relating to The American Indian in the Library of The American Philosophical Society. American Philosophical Society, 1982. Dust jacket. $15.00

  652. Keoke, Emory Dean and Kay Marie Porterfield. American Indian Contributions to the World: 15,000 Years of Inventions and Innovations. A comprehensive resource describing the numerous inventions and innovations made by Native Americans, including farming techniques, math, cropps and language. Checkmark Books, 2003. Soft cover oversize. $24.95

  653. Kew, Della and P. E. Goddard. Indian Art and Culture of the Northwest Coast. Illustrated history of the material culture, art, social and religious life. Hancock House, 1974. Soft cover. $12.50

  654. Keyser, James D. The Five Crows Ledger: Biographic Warrior Art of the Flathead Indians. A significant contribution to our understanding of Plains biographic art. Illustrated with drawings done by different artists. University of Utah Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $24.95

  655. Kidwell, Clara Sue. The Choctawsin Oklahoma: From Tribe to Nation, 1855-1970. Foreword by Lindsay G. Robertson. The story begins with the removal of the Choctaws from Mississippi and then traces the history of the tribe's subsequent efforts to retain and expand its rights and reassert tribal sovereignty. University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $34.95

  656. Kidwell, Clara Sue and Alan Velie. Native American Studies. A guide to Native American history and culture outlines new ways of understanding American Indian cultures in contemporary contests. University of Nebraska Press, 2005. Soft cover. $19.95

  657. Killoren, John J., S.J. "Come Blackrobe" De Smet and the Indian Tragedy. A comprehensive examination of De Smet and his interactions with the Coeur d'Alenes, Flatheads, Kalispels, Blackfeet and Kutenais. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $25.00

  658. SOLD Kilpatrick, Jack Frederick. Sequoyah of Earth & Intellect. With an introduction by William D. Wittliff. One of 550 copies, signed by the author in the Cherokee Syllabary. Designed and illustrated by Wittliff. Bound in full cloth. Contains a pen and ink sketch of a man with pipe and personal inscription signed by Wittliff.  Maroon cloth with paper label in maroon slipcase. $150.00

  659. King, J.C.H. Portrait Masks from the Northwest Coast of America. Portrayal of dramatic expressions of art from the aboriginal America. Black and white as well as color photographs throughout. Thames & Hudson, 1979. Soft cover. $12.00

  660. Kipp, Woody. Viet Cong at Wounded Knee: The Trail of a Blackfeet Activist. The autobiography of Vietnam vet at Wounded Knee. University of Nebraska Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $24.95

  661. Klepper, E. Dan. Spirit Walker, JD Challenger and His Art. Tells the story of the painter and his work, capturing the Indian culture and Ghost Dance Experience. 1st edition. Tide-Mark, 2005. Dust jacket. $24.95

  662. Knack, Martha C. Boundaries Between: The Southern Paiutes, 1775-1995. Relates the history of the Southern Paiutes from their first contacts with European trappers to the end of the twentieth century. 1st printing. University of Nebraska Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $35.00

  663. Koch, Ronald P. Dress Clothing of the Plains Indians. This book assembles for the first time reliable information about the dress of the Plains Indian. 1st edition. Small tear on bottom of title page. University of Oklahoma Press, 1977. Dust jacket. $40.00

  664. Koch, Ronald P. Dress Clothing of the Plains Indians. This book assembles for the first time reliable information about the dress of the Plains Indian. University of Oklahoma Press, 1977. Soft cover. $19.95

  665. Koeninger, Kay and Joanne M. Mack. Native American Art from the Permanent Collection. From the Galleries of the Claremont Colleges, black and white illustrations of various art pieces. 1979. Oversized soft cover. $30.00

  666. Konstantin, Phil. This Day in North American Indian History: Important Dates in the History of North America's Native Peoples for Every Calendar Day. Da Capo Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $35.00

  667. Krause, Aurel and Arthur. To the Chukchi Peninsula and To the Tlingit Indians 1881/1882: Journals and Letters of Aurel and Arthur Krause. Travels to the northwest coast of North America. The Rasmunson Library Historical Translation Series Volume VIII. University of Alaska Press, 1993. Soft cover. $19.95

  668. new Krauthame, Barbara. Black Slaves, Indian Masters: Slavery, Emancipation, and Citizenship in the Native American South. Examination of slavery by Native American slaveholders and how cultures changed after emancipation, revealing complex dynamics of race that shaped the lives of black people and Indians. University of North Carolina Press, 2013. Dust jacket. $34.95

  669. Kreis, Karl Markus, ed. Lakotas, Black Robes, and Holy Women: German Reports from the Indian Missions in South Dakota, 1886-1900. Translated by Corinna Dally-Starna with an introduction by Raymond A. Bucko. A rare collection of eyewitness accounts by German Catholic missionaries among the Lakotas in the late nineteenth century; they saw such events including the Ghost Dance, the Wounded Knee massacre, and the Drexel Mission fight. University of Nebraska Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $55.00

  670. Kroeber, Alfred L. The Arapaho. Foreword by Fred Eggan. Classic study of the Arapaho originally published between 1902-1907. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $15.00

  671. Kroskrity, Paul V, ed. Telling Stories in the Face of Danger: Language Renewal in Native American Communities. Explores Native American storytelling both as a response to and a symptom of language endangerment. University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. Soft cover. $24.95

  672. Krouse, Susan Applegate. North American Indians in the Great War. Photographs and original documentation by Joseph K. Dixon. More than twelve thousand American Indians served in the U.S. military in World War I. Using the words of veterans as collected by Dixon, this volume presents the experiences of those veterans during the war and after their return home. University of Nebraska Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $45.00

  673. Krupat, Arnold. For Those Who Come After: A Study of Native American Autobiography. Examines the Indian autobiography as a specific genre of American writing. 1st edition. University of California Press, 1985. Dust jacket. $15.00

  674. Kvasnicka, Robert M. Commissioners of Indian Affairs, 1824-1977. University of Nebraska Press, 1979. Dust jacket. $35.00

  675. La Barre, Weston. The Peyote Cult. Yale University Publications in Anthropology, Number 19. Former owner's name stamped on title page. Yale University Press, 1938. Soft cover, spine is torn at bottom. $75.00

  676. La Farge, Oliver. As Long as the Grass Shall Grow. The story of the American Indian from when he roamed free, his time forced on reservations and now building a new future. With photgraphs by Helen M. Post. The Face of America series. 1st edition. Previous owner's name stamp on inside front cover. Alliance Book Corp., 1940. Dust jacket with wear on the edges. $50.00

  677. La Farge, Oliver. The Man With the Calabash Pipe: Some Observations. Edited with an introduction by Winfield Townley Scott. Personal writing by this noted journalist and author. Small stamped red x on front endsheet. 1st printing. Houghton Mifflin, 1966. Dust jacket. $

  678. La Farge, Oliver. A Pictorial History of the American Indian. Oversize illustrated book discussing the events, developments and notable individuals in Native American history. Crown Publishers. Dust jacket. $12.50

  679. La Flesche, Franics. Ke-ma-ha: The Omaho Stories of Francis La Flesche. Edited with an intoroduction by James W. Parins and Daniel F. Littlefield Jr. This offering of eighteen stories follows through on La Flesche's plan to bring a body of literature about his people to public attention. University of Nebraska, 1995. Dust jacket. $27.50

  680. SOLD Lamb, Frank W. Indian Baskets of North America. 1st edition. Covers the salient points about Indian baskets and the people who make them. Black and white illustrations throughout. Riverside Museum Press, 1972. Dust jacket. $35.00

  681. Lambert, Valerie. Choctaw Nation: A Story of American Indian Resurgence. Story of tribal nation building in the modern era. Winner of the North American Indian Prose Award. University of Nebraska Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $45.00

  682. Lancaster, Jane F. Removal Aftershock: The Seminoles' Struggles to Survive in the West, 1836-1866. A chronicle of the hardship and persistence of the Seminoles after the federal government forced them out of their Florida homelands during the 1800s. 1st edition. University of Tennessee Press, 1994. Soft cover. $15.00

  683. Lancaster, Richard. Piegan: A look From Within at the Life, Times, and Legacy of an American Indian Tribe. Illustrated by Nancy McLaughlin. 1st edition. Doubleday, 1966. Dust jacket with wear on edges. $30.00

  684. SOLD Lardas, Mark. Native American Mounted Rifleman 1861-65. Illustrated by Jonathan Smith. This book explores the Indian warriors during key battles of the Civil War. Warrior #105. Osprey, 2006. Soft cover. $17.95

  685. Larsen, Mike & Martha and Jeannie Barbour. Proud to be Chickasaw: Childers of the Chickasaw Nation volume II. Biographical sketches with artistic drawings of the elders. Chickasaw Press, 2010. Dust jacket oversize. $25.00

  686. Larson, Robert W. Gall: Lakota War Chief. A biography that sorts through contrasting views of this Sioux warrior. University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $30.00

  687. Larson, Robert W. Gall: Lakota War Chief. A biography that sorts through contrasting views of this Sioux warrior. University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Soft cover. $19.95

  688. Larson, Sidner. Captured in the Middle: Tradition and Experience in Contemporary Native American Writing. An interesting discussion on the literary tradition. University of Washington Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $35.00

  689. Larson, Sidner. Captured in the Middle: Tradition and Experience in Contemporary Native American Writing. An interesting discussion on the literary tradition. University of Washington Press, 2000. Soft cover. $18.95

  690. Larson, Sidner J. Catch Colt. A catch colt is a child born to an unmarried Gros Ventre woman abd this story is a romp through modern life told by a mixed-blood Indian who knows both its thrills and its bruises. University of Nebraska, 1995. Dust jacket. $21.00

  691. Lanterns on the Prairie: The Blackfeet Photographs of Walter McClintock. Edited by Steven L. Grafe with contributions by William E. Farr, Sherry L. Smith and Darrell Robes Kipp. This volume features biographical and interpretive essays about McClintock's life and work and presents more than one hundred of his little-known images taken between 1903 and 1912. Western Legacies Series. University of Oklahoma Press, 2009. Soft cover, oversize. $34.95 *

  692. Larson, Robert W. Red Cloud: Warrior-Statesman of the Lakota Sioux. A valuable contribution to Sioux history and to our understanding of Indian-white relationships. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $25.00 *

  693. Larson, Robert W. Red Cloud: Warrior-Statesman of the Lakota Sioux. Readable biography, using the autobiography of this great chief. University of Oklahoma Press, 1997. Soft cover. $19.95

  694. Laubin, Reginald and Gladys. American Indian Archery. Photographs by Gladys Laubin, drawings by Reginald Laubin. History of Indian archery and discussion on different types of blows and arrows. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1980. Dust jacket. $35.00

  695. Laubin, Reginald and Gladys. The Indian Tipi: Its History, Construction, and Use. With A History of the Tipi by Stanley Vestal. The authors have actually lived in a tipi studying the differect types and have questioned old Indians about their construction, decoration, and furnsihings. Black and white illustrations throughout. University of Oklahoma Press, 1964. Dust jacket has tears. $35.00

  696. Laumer, Frank. Dade's Last Command. Foreword by John K. Mahon. Definitive account of the march and annihilation of Major Francis Dade's column of 108 men in December 1835 - providing extensive knowledge of the soldiers, the Seminoldes, and the terrain. University Press of Florida, 2008. Soft cover. $29.95

  697. Lavender, David. Let Me Be Free: The Nez Perce Tragedy. The U.S. Army's war against seven hundred Nez Perce men, women, and children is a dramatic story of the heartbreaking story of the desperate attempt of Chief Joseph and his Nez Perce Indians of Idaho to elude annihilation by strong U.S. forces. Harper Collins, 1992. Dust jacket. $20.00

  698. La Vere, David. Contrary Neighbors: Southern Plains and Removed Indians in Indian Territory. 1st edition. Examines relations between Southeastern Indians who were removed from Indian Territory in the early nineteeth century and Southern Plains Indians who claimed this area as their own. University of Oklahoma Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $29.95

  699. La Vere, David. The Texas Indians. A complete chronological and cultural history of Texas Indians from twelve thousand years ago to the present day, soundly researched, spledidly organized and represents the best in modern Indian scholarship. Texas A&M University Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $29.95 *

  700. SOLD Lawlor, Laurie. Shadow Catcher: The Life and Work of Edward S. Curtis. Traces Curtis's life and work from his boyhood in Wisconsin through his first photo expedition to Alaska in 1897 and the completion of The North American Indian collection in 1930 through to his death in 1952. Walker and Co., 1994. Dust jacket. $27.50

  701. Lawlor, Laurie. Shadow Catcher: The Life and Work of Edward S. Curtis. Traces Curtis's life and work from his boyhood in Wisconsin through his first photo expedition to Alaska in 1897 and the completion of The North American Indian collection in 1930 through to his death in 1952. University of Nebraska Press, 2005. Soft cover. $18.95

  702. Lawrence, Deborah and Jon. Violent Encounters: Interviews on Western Massacres. The scholars, including Marc Simmons, Michael Tate, Robert Utley, and Jerome Greene, were interviewed on violence in the West with a wide range of perspectives and challenge both tradtional views of western expansion and ideologies. Events examined are the Camp Grant Massacre, Oatman capactivity, the McComas Massacre in New Mexico, general hostilities involving the Sioux, the Shoshonean, Cheyenne and California Indians. University of Oklahoma Press, 2011. Dust jacket. $34.95

  703. Lazarus, Edward. Black Hills White Justice: The Sioux Nation Versus the United States 1775 to the Present. The story of the longest running legal fight in American history regarding the restitution for the seizure of the Black Hills of South Dakota. 1st edition. HarperCollins, 1991. Dust jacket. $27.50

  704. Lear, Jonathan. Radical Hope: Ethics in the Face of Cultural Devastation. Discussion on how should one face the possibility that one's culture might collapse. A study of the autobiographical testimony of the last great chief of the Crow Nation, Plenty Coups. Harvard University Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $22.95

  705. SOLD Ledger Narratives: The Plains Indian Drawings of the Lansburgh Collection at Dartmouth College. Edited by Colin G. Calloway. A trove of stunning Plains ledger drawings, with essays offering fresh perspectives. University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $49.95

  706. Ledger Narratives: The Plains Indian Drawings of the Lansburgh Collection at Dartmouth College. Edited by Colin G. Calloway. A trove of stunning Plains ledger drawings, with essays offering fresh perspectives. University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. Soft cover. $29.95

  707. Lee, Molly. Baleen Basketry of the North Alaskan Eskimo. Historical look at the baskets with black and white illustrations. North Slope Borough, 1983. Wraps. $40.00

  708. SOLD Leftwich, Rodney L. Arts and Crafts of the Cherokee. Illustrated discussion of the handicrafts done by the Cherokee. Cherokee Publications, 1993. Soft cover. $25.00

  709. The Legacy: Tradition and Innovation in Northwest Coast Indian Art. Exhibition catalog prepared by Peter L. Macnair, et al. Text and color illustrations of the art and artifacts of the Northwest Coast Indians. Originally produced by British Columbia Provincial Museum. Laid in is a sheet or the exhibit at the Los Angeles exhibit at the Southwest Museum. 3rd printing. University of Washington, 1987. Soft cover. $10.00

  710. cheyenne Leiker, James and Ramon Powers. The Northern Cheyenne Exodus in History and Memory. Explores the ways in which the exodus of the Northern Cheyennes in 1878-79 has been remembered, told and retold. The authors examine the recollections of Indians and settlers, and of their descendants. University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. Soft cover. $19.95

  711. Leonhart, Rudolf. Memories of New Ulm: My Experiences during the Indian Uprising in Minnesota. Translated from German and edited by Don Heinrich Tolzmann. Story of pioneer life in the 1860s and the U.S. Dakota Conflict of 1862. Edinborough Press, 2005. Soft cover. $14.95

  712. Lester, Patrick D. Biographical Directory of Native American Painters. 1st edition. SIR Publications, 1995. Dust jacket. $75.00

  713. Lesueur, James W. Indian Legends. 1st edition. A compilation of Indian myths and legends. Some of the Contents collected include: Legends of the Origin, Migrations and Wars of the Indians; Creation Stories of Various Tribes; Traditions of the Great Deluge; Legends of the Great Tower and the Confusion of Tongues, and many more. Press of Zion's Printing and Publishing Co., 1928. Brown cloth. $45.00

  714. Lewis, Jr. David and Ann T. Jordan. Creek Indian Medicine Ways: The Enduring Power of Mvskoke Religion. This book is a collaboration between anthropologist and medicine man that provides a rare glimpse of a living religious tradition and its origins.1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $29.95

  715. Lewis, Oscar. The Effects of White Contact Upon Blackfoot Culture. Edited by A. Irving Hallowell. Monograph 6 of the American Ethnological Socitey. University of Washington, 1966. Blue cloth. $30.00

  716. Lewis, Randolph. Alanis Obomsawin: The Vision of a Native Filmmaker. Incorporating history, politics, and film theory into a compelling narrive that explores the life and work of this multifacted woman. University of Nebraska Press, 2006. Soft cover. $21.95 *

  717. Lewis, Thomas H. The Medicine Men: Oglala Sioux Ceremony and Healing. Study made on the Pine Ridge Sioux reservation of the traditional practices and healers. University of Nebraska Press, 1990. Dust jacket. $20.00

  718. Lewis, Thomas H. The Medicine Men: Oglala Sioux Ceremony and Healing. Study made on the Pine Ridge Sioux reservation of the traditional practices and healers. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $17.50

  719. Liberty, Margot, ed. American Indian Intellectuals of the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries. Based on papers delivered at a meeting of the American Ethological Society, this volume offers biographical sketches of major Indian scholars and historians between 1828 and 1975. Red River/University of Oklahoma Press, 2002. Soft cover. $19.95

  720. Liberty, Margot, ed. A Northern Cheyenne Album: Photographs of Thomas B. Marquis. Commentary by John Woodenlegs. Presents a rare series of never-before-published photographs that document the lives of tribal people on the reservation during the early twentieth century. University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Soft cover. $29.95

  721. Liebert, Robert. Osage Life & Legends: Earth People / Earth Sky. Discusses the details of the everyday life, the world-view of the Osage, and a recount of some of the events leading to the removal of the Osage. Naturegraph, 1987. Green cloth. $16.95

  722. SOLD The Life and History of North America's Indian Reservations. General editor, Richard Parchemin. The history from the early beginnings in the 19th Century to the present. Photographs and maps. JG Press, 1998. Dust jacket. $22.50

  723. Light, Steven Andrew and Kathryn R. L. Rand. Indian Gaming and Tribal Sovereignty: The Casino Compromise. The clearest and most complete account of the laws and politics of Indian gaming. University Press of Kansas, 2005. Dust jacket. $29.95

  724. Lincoln, Kenneth. Speak Like Singing: Classics of Native American Literature. Focuses on early books of poetry and prose by select Native writers that showcase the distinct voices and tribal diversities of living Indians. University of New Mexico Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $26.95

  725. SOLD Linderman, Frank B. Indian Why Stories: Sparks from War Eagle's Lodge-Fire. Illustrated by Charles M. Russell. Indian folklore beautifully illustrated. Book plate from Dick Flood collection of Trailside Galleries. 1st edition. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1915. Maroon cloth with illustrated paper label. $125.00

  726. Linderman, Frank B. Indian Lodge-Fire Stories. Tales from the Blackfeet and northern Plains Indians. Homestead Publishing, 1998. Soft cover. $12.95

  727. Linderman, Frank B. Plenty-Coups: Chief of the Crows. New edition. With a new previously unpublished essay by the author. Introduction by Barney Old Coyote Jr. & Phenocia Bauerle. An eloquent memoir. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $16.95

  728. Linderman, Frank B. Wolf and the Winds. Introduction by Hugh A. Dempsey. The fictionalized story of a real Gros Ventre leader Wolf, who was inspired by his medicine dream and spirit guides. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $21.95

  729. Lindsey, Donal F. Indians at Hampton Institute 1877-1923. Examines the complex and changing interactions among the Indians, blacks, and whites at the nation's premier industrial school for racial minorities. Book from the library of noted Western historian Dr. Robert Trennert; review materials laid inside. 1st printing. University of Illinois Press, 1995. Dust jacket. $45.00

  730. Linford, Laurance D. A Measure of Excellence: Award Winning Indian Art and Artists from the Gallup Ceremonial. 1st Annual Edition. Illustrated catalog. Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial Association, 1991. Soft cover. $20.00

  731. Lobb, Allan. Indian Baskets of the Northwest Coast. Photography of Art Wolfe. A uniquely beautiful presentation of Northwest Coast Indian Baskets and of the regions where they were made a century or more ago. Illustrations and colorful photographs. Graphic Arts Center Publishing Co., 1978. Dust jacket. $30.00

  732. SOLD Lobb, Allan. Indian Baskets of the Northwest Coast. Photography of Art Wolfe. A uniquely beautiful presentation of Northwest Coast Indian Baskets and of the regions where they were made a century or more ago. Illustrations and colorful photographs. Deluxe edition of 1,000 copies, numbered and signed by the author and photographer. Graphic Arts Center Publishing Co., 1978. Slipcase. $65.00

  733. Lobo, Susan and Kurt Peters, ed. American Indians and the Urban Experience. Altamira Press, 2001. Casebound. $69.00

  734. Lobo, Susan and Kurt Peters, ed. American Indians and the Urban Experience. Altamira Press, 2001. Soft cover. $25.95

  735. Lomawaima, K. Tsianina. They Called it Prairie Light: The Story of Chilocco Indian School. Story of the Oklahoma off-reservation boarding school that was intended to assimilate Indian children into mainstream American life. 1st printing. University of Nebraska Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $15.00

  736. Long Journey Home: Oral Histories of Contemporary Delaware Indians. Edited by James W. Brown and Rita T. Kohn. A treasure of personal histories, stories that tell the pride of a people and their determination to remain who they are from first-person accounts. Indiana University Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $34.95

  737. Lookingbill, Brad D. War Dance at Fort Marion: Plains Indian War Prisoners. Tells the story of Kiowa, Cheyenne, Comanche, and Arapaho chiefs and warriors detained as prisoners of war by the Army in Florida. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $29.95

  738. Lothrop, S. K. Inca Treasue as Depicted by Spanish Historians. Publications of the Frederck Webb Hodge Anniversary Publications Fund Volume II. Former library copy of the School of American Research. Bookplate of Edgar L. Hewett. Southwest Museum, 1938. Stiff brown wraps. $20.00

  739. Loudon Loudon, Archibald. A Selection of Some of the Most Interesting Narratives, of Outrages, Committed by the Indians, in Their Wars with the White People. Loudon's Indian Narratives, cover title. Includes information on the warfare of the Indians and treatment of prisoners. Reprint of 1888 edition from two individual volumes and bound together here in one book. Wennawoods Publishing, 2001. Black cloth. $60.00

  740. Lovegrove, Michael W. A Nation in Transition: Douglas Henry Johnston and the Chickasaws, 1898-1935. Biography of the remarkable life of the governor of the Chickasaw Nation, drawing from a wide range of sources.Chickasaw Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $24.95

  741. SOLD Lowie, Robert H. The Crow Indians. Introduction by Phenocia Bauerle. Reprint with new introduction of the 1935 classic history of this Native American tribe. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $18.95

  742. Lowie, Robert H. Myths and Traditions of the Crow Indians. Introduction by Peter Nabokov. Concretely detailed accounts served as entertainments, moral lessons, cultural records and guides to the workings of the universe. University of Nebraska Press, 1993. Soft cover. $21.95 *

  743. SOLD Lowie, Robert H. Social Life of the Crow Indians. Anthrological Papers of the American Museum of National History. AMS, 1976. Red cloth. $30.00 Special $25.00

  744. Luna-Firebaugh, Eileen. Tribal Policing: Asserting Sovereignty, Seeking Justice. Describes the current state of tribal policing in rich detail. University of Arizona Press, 2007. Soft cover. $29.95

  745. Lurie, Nancy ed. Mountain Wolf Woman: Sister of Crashing Thunder. The Autobiography of a Winnebago Indian. Black mark on front endsheet. Ann Arbor Paperbacks, 1994. Soft cover. $15.95

  746. SOLD Lyford, Carrie A. Ojibwa Crafts (Chippewa). Edited by Williard W. Beatty. Guide to the various handicrafts - baskets, cloth, bark, weaving, and cord. Illustrated. Bureau of Indian Affairs, originally printed in 1943. Reprint. Soft cover. $30.00

  747. Lyford, Carrie A. Sioux Quill and Beadwork: Designs and Techniques. In-depth guide to the ancient craft of quillwork and beadwork originally oublished in the 1940s. Reprint. Dover, 2002. Soft cover oversize. $9.95

  748. SOLD MacDonald, George G. Haida Art. The definitive book on Haida art, presents the most rreasured works in what is considered the world's best collection at the canadian Museum of Civilization. Contains color illustrations. University of Washington Press, 1996. Dust jacket. $60.00

  749. Macgregor, Gordon. Warriors Without Weapons: A Study of the Society and Personality Development of the Pine Ridge Sioux. 1st edition. Produced as part of the Indian Education Research Project, the study covers general conditions with special emphasis on the lives of 10 Dakota children. It is a sociological look at the Indians on the South Dakota reservation which later became an important factor in the American Indian Movement. Previous owners name inscribed front page. University of Chicago, 1946. Brown cloth. $35.00

  750. Maddra, Sam A. Hostiles? The Lakota Ghost Dance and Buffalo Bill's Wild West. Sheds new light on the Ghost Dance religion and on the impact of Wild West travel and participation on the history and culture of the Lakota. University of Oklahoma Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $24.95

  751. Mader, Jerry. The Road to Lame Deer. 1st edition. A bittersweet cross-cultural friendship and the richness and melancholy of modern Cheyenne life are unforgettably recorded in the words and photographs of this book. University of Nebraska, 2002. Dust jacket. $25.00

  752. Madsen, Brigham D. The Shoshoni Frontier and the Bear River Massacre. In January 1863, over two hundred Shoshoni died on the banks of the Bear River at the hands of volunteer soldiers from California. A comprehensive study of the event - winner of the Westerners International Co-Founders Book Award. 1st printing. University of Utah Press, 1985. Dust jacket with minor wear on edges. $25.00

  753. Madsen, Brigham D. The Shoshoni Frontier and the Bear River Massacre. In January 1863, over two hundred Shoshoni died on the banks of the Bear River at the hands of volunteer soldiers from California. A comprehensive study of the event - winner of the Westerners International Co-Founders Book Award. University of Utah Press, 1995. Soft cover. $17.95

  754. Magnuson, Stew. The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder and Other True Stories from the Nebraska - Pine Ridge Border Towns. Journalist's work into the murder of an Oglala Lakota by white men and the cultural conflicts of the area. Texas Tech University Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $29.95

  755. mails dog Mails, Thomas E. Dog Soldiers, Bear Men and Buffalo Women. Written and illustrated by Mails. Contains information on the Plains tribes of Crow, Arikara, Mandan, Arapaho, Cheyenne, Assiniboine and others. Contains a full sketch of a Plains Indian warrior with presentation inscription signed by Mails. Prentice-Hall, 1973. Dust jacket, oversize. $400.00

  756. Mails, Thomas E. Dog Soldiers, Bear Men and Buffalo Women. Written and illustrated by Mails. Contains information on the Plains tribes of Crow, Arikara, Mandan, Arapaho, Cheyenne, Assiniboine and others. Prentice-Hall, 1973. Rust-colored cloth, oversize. $25.00

  757. Mails, Thomas E. Fools Crow: Wisdom and Power. In dialogue with the great Sioux Holy Man, Fools Crow. Council Oak Books, 1991. Soft cover. $16.95

  758. Mails, Thomas E. The Mystic Warriors of the Plains. Illustrated history of these American Indians. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. 1st edition. Doubleday & Co., 1972. Brown cloth. $60.00

  759. Mails, Thomas E. The Mystic Warriors of the Plains. The culture, arts, crafts, and religion of the Plains Indians. Illustrated by the author. Council Oak Books, 1991. Dust jacket. $35.00

  760. SOLD Mails, Thomas E. Sundancing at Rosebud and Pine Ridge. Presents an amazing rare combination of color plates of Mails' work, photographs, and detailed accounts of complete ceremonies. Previous owner's name on half-title page. The Center for Western Studies, 1978. Dust jacket. $100.00

  761. SOLD Makers and Markets: The Wright Collection of Twentieth-Century Native American Art. Edited by Penelope Ballard Drooker, text by Patricia Capone and Penelope Ballard Drooker, photographs by Hillel S. Burger. Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, 2000. Wraps. $30.00

  762. Malin, Edward. A World of Faces: Masks of the Northwest Coast Indians. Detailed volume with illustrations describing the various components of the mask and the culture behind them. Timber Press, 1978. Soft cover with minor fading. $30.00

  763. Mallery, Garrick. Picture-Writing of the American Indians. Foreword by J. W. Powell. 2 volume set illustrated text with plates details the picture writing of the Native Americans from South America to North America. Reprint. Dover. Soft cover with some wear. $20.00

  764. Mann, Henrietta. Cheyenne-Arapaho Education 1871-1982. Based on oral histories of several generations which bring to light the constant changes, frustration and cultural and personal damage inflicted on the Cheyenne and Arapaho people by government policies. 1st printing. University Press of Colorado, 1997. Dust jacket. $15.00

  765. Mardock, Robert Winston. The Reformers and the American Indian. This book draws a clear account of the advances and setbacks of the reformers and their efforts to reform U.S. Indian policy. 1st edition. University of Missouri Press, 1971. Dust jacket with minor wear. $20.00

  766. Marks, Paula Mitchell. In a Barren Land: American Indian Dispossession and Survival. 1st edition. The author illustrates how, across the nation and over the course of nearly four centuries, America's original inhabitants were stripped of both their land and their way of life by a series of broken promises and bloody persecutions. William Morrow, 1998. Dust jacket. $27.50

  767. Maroukis, Thomas Constantine. Peyote and the Yankton Sioux: The Life and Times of Sam Necklace. Foreword by Leonard R. Bruguier. Discusses early life and growing up on the reservation, the Native American Church and his years as Chief Priest. University of Oklahoma Press, 2004. Dark cloth with red lettering. $39.95

  768. Maroukis, Thomas Constantine. Peyote and the Yankton Sioux: The Life and Times of Sam Necklace. Foreword by Leonard R. Bruguier. Discusses early life and growing up on the reservation, the Native American Church and his years as Chief Priest. University of Oklahoma Press, 2004. Soft cover. $14.95

  769. Maroukis, Thomas C. The Peyote Road: Religious Freedom and the Native American Church. Examines the history of the NAC, inclduing its legal struggles to defend the controversial use of Peyote. Extensive interviews of NAC members and leaders were used. University of Oklahoma Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $29.95

  770. SOLD Marquis, Thomas B. comp. Cheyenne and Sioux. Edited by Ronald H. Limbaugh. The reminiscences of four Indians and a white soldier. Black and white photos illustrate the history. 1st edition. Pacific Center for Western Historical Studies, 1973. $30.00

  771. Marriott, Alice. The Ten Grandmothers. Story of the Kiowa tribe essentially in their own words. University of Oklahoma Press, 1969. Dust jacket with minor wear on edges. $27.50

  772. Marshall, Joseph M. III. The Journey of Crazy Horse: A Lakota History. Drawing on extensive research and a rich oral tradition, Crazy Horse's role as a strategic genius and trusted commander is brought to life - with a new understanding of the people and place. Viking, 2004. Dust jacket. $24.95

  773. Martin, Ned and Jody and Robert Bauver. Bridles of the Americas vol.. 1: Indian Silver. Information on the silver bridles of Native Americans including chapters on Navajo and Southern Plains Indians. Filled with color photographs of this interesting work. Paintings by Winfield Coleman. Hawk Hill Press, 2010. Dust jacket, oversize. $65.00

  774. Martin, Joel W. Sacred Revolt: The Muskogees' Struggle for a New World. The author shows how Native Americans created their own history and how religion can be a creative and organizing force of resistance to colonialism. Beacon Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $24.95

  775. SOLD Mason, Otis Tufton. Aboriginal Indian Basketry. Reprint from the 1902 Annual Report of the Smithsonian Institution. Contains examples from many different tribes including Navajo, Pomo and Tlinkit. Previous owner's label on half title page. Rio Grande Reprint, 1972. Decorated binding. $30.00

  776. Mather, Christine. Native America: Arts, Traditions, and Celebrations. Photographs by Jack Parsons. Presents ideas for collections and home designs while providing information on the living traditions with artists at work. 1st edition. Clarkson Potter Publishers, 1990. Dust jacket. $40.00 Special $ 20.00 *

  777. Mathes, Valerie Sherer and Richard Lowitt. The Standing Bear Controversy: Prelude to Indian Reform. 1st edition. Examines how the national publicity surrounding the trial of Chief Standing Bear brought the plight of his tribe, and of all Native Americans, to the attention of the general public, serving as a catalyst for the nineteenth-century Indian reform movement. University of Illinois Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $29.95

  778. Mathews, John Joseph. Wah'Kon-Tah: The Osage and the White Man's Road. Important work on the history of the Osage through the experiences of agent Major Laban J. Miles. Illustrated by May Todd Aaron. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1932. Dust jacket indicates there are 15 books in the Civilization series, the book might be a first edition, but the dust jacket is different. $45.00

  779. Mathews, John Joseph. Wah'Kon-Tah: The Osage and the White Man's Road. Important work on the history of the Osage through the experiences of agent Major Laban J. Miles. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $22.50

  780. Matthiessen, Peter. Indian Country. Explores ten important instances where the white man's encroachments upon the sacred grounds of Indian tribes show the tragic effects of a confrontation that is bound to harm both sides. 1st edition. Viking, 1984. Dust jacket. $35.00

  781. Maurer, Evan M. The Native American Heritage: A Survey of North American Indian Art. Oversize catalogue of the Native American Art exhibition from July 16- October 30, 1977 at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hundreds of plates depicting Indian art throughout the U.S. 1977. Soft cover. $50.00

  782. Mauro, Hayes Peter. The Art of Americanization at the Carlisle Indian School. Art historian Mauro examines the photos of students at the school as a specific instance of aesthetics of Americanization, considering the work of Carlisele's photographers in historical context. University of New Mexico Press, 2011. Dust jacket. $45.00

  783. McAndrews, Edward, comp. Great Spirit: North American Indian Portraits. Fascinating historic images of Native Americans from Eskimo to Seminole. Carl Mautz, 1998. Soft cover. $19.95

  784. McAuliffe, Dennis. Bloodland: A Family Story of Oil, Greed and Murder on the Osage Reservation. In the 1920's, oil production on the Osage Reservation made the Osage Indians wealthy and many were married to non-tribe members, some of whom murdered their Indian spouses to inherit their wealth. This book is the study of one such murder. Council Oak, 1999. Soft cover. $13.95

  785. McBeth, Sally J. Ethnic Identity and the Boarding School Experience of West-Central Oklahoma American Indians. Examines the various tribes at several schools. Copy of noted Western historian Dr. Robert Trennert, with notes on separate sheet laid in. University Press of America, 1983. Soft cover. $5.00

  786. McCann, Mika. Fiber Sculpture Basketry. Colorful pamphlet of Indian basketry. 30 pages. Autographed. Glassman Publishing, 1988. $12.50

  787. SOLD McClintock, Walter. Old Indian Trails. 1st edition. Author's presentation copy. Houghton Mifflin Co., 1923. Dust jacket with portions of spine missing. $135.00

  788. McClintock, Walter. The Old North Trail: Life, Legends and Religion of the Blackfeet Indians. Classic study by a white man who lived with the Blackfeet and became a member of the tribe. University of Nebraska Press, 1968. Soft cover with minor wear. $10.00 *

  789. [McClintock, Walter] Bookplate of Walter McClintock with a photograph of of a Native American, teepee and horse. Stamped on bookplate is "Duplicated Exchanged by the Southwest Museum." $3.00

  790. McCool, Daniel. Native Waters: Contemporary Indian Water Settlements and the Second Treaty Era. Provides and understanding of tribal water policy, weaving together complex materials from a wide range of different situations. University of Arizona Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $35.00

  791. McCool, Daniel. Native Waters: Contemporary Indian Water Settlements and the Second Treaty Era. Provides and understanding of tribal water policy, weaving together complex materials from a wide range of different situations. University of Arizona Press, 2002. Soft cover. $22.95

  792. McCoy, Ronald. Circles of Power. An issue of the Plateau, which looks at Native American shields and other circles of mystical power. Museum of Northern Arizona.. 1991. Wraps. $7.50

  793. McCracken, Harold and Paul Dyck. A Heritage of the Blackfeet. Includes A Blackfoot Sacred Ceremony, Preserved by Dr. Harold McCracken and The Thunder Medicine Pipe of the Blackfeet People by Paul Dyck. Educational Series Number 1. Buffalo Bill Historical Center, 1972. Wraps. $15.00

  794. McDermott, John D. Forlorn Hope: The Battle of White Bird Canyon and the Beginning of the Nez Perce War. 1st edition. The Nez Perce spectacular triumph at White Bird contributed greatly to their confidence as warriors and brought national attention to a remote North Idaho battleground. Blue cloth stamped in gilt. $40.00 *

  795. McDermott, John D. Forlorn Hope: The Battle of White Bird Canyon and the Beginning of the Nez Perce War. 1st edition. The Nez Perce spectacular triumph at White Bird contributed greatly to their confidence as warriors and brought national attention to a remote North Idaho battleground. Caxton, 2003. Soft cover. $15.95

  796. McDonnell, Janet A. The Dispossession of the American Indian, 1877-1934. McDonnell examines the formulation, implementation, and impact of fedearl Indian land policy during that time with special attention to the Dawes Act of 1887 which shrank Indian lands from 138 million acres to 52 million. Indiana University, 1991. Dust jacket. $24.95

  797. McFee, Malcolm. Modern Blackfeet: Montanans on a reservation. Case study on American Indian acculturation. Waveland Press, 1986. Soft cover. $9.95

  798. McGee, W. J. Trails to Tiburon: The 1894 and 1895 Field Diaries of W. J. McGee. Transcribed by Hazel McFeely Fontana. Annotated and with an introduction by Bernard L. Fontana. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $35.00

  799. McGillycuddy, Julia B. Blood on the Moon: Valentine McGillycuddy and the Sioux. New introduction by James C. Olson. Originally published as McGillycuddy, Agent. McGillycuddy was head of the Pine Ridge Agency in 1879, building a boarding school, organizing the Indian police, but he had tangles with Red Chief. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $30.00 *

  800. McGinnis, Anthony. Counting Coup and Cutting Horses: Intertribal Warfare on the Northern Plains 1738-1889. Comprehensive history of warfare among the northern Plains tribes and a study of the complex rivalries. 1st edition. Previous owner's label on half-title page. Cordillera Press, 1990. Soft cover. $25.00

  801. McGinnis, Anthony. Counting Coup and Cutting Horses: Intertribal Warfare on the Northern Plains 1738-1889. Comprehensive history of warfare among the northern Plains tribes and a study of the complex rivalries. Includes a long bibliographical essay. Originally published in 1990. University of Nebraska Press, 2010. Soft cover. $17.95 *


  802. SOLD McGinnis, Dale K. and Floyd W. Sharrock. The Crow People. Copy No. 5,183 of a limited 15,000 copies. Autographed by Tribal Chairman Edison Real Bird. Indian Tribal Series, 1972. Stiff Blue Wraps. $15.00

  803. McLaughlin, Castle. Arts of Diplomacy: Lewis and Clark's Indian Collection. Foreword by James P. Ronda and photographs by Hillel S. Burger. When Lewis and Clark led the Corps of Discovery, they acted only as explorers but also as diplomatic emissaries from Jefferson's government to the Indian peoples they encountered. This fresh examination of the rare and beautiful Native American objects related to the Corps' brilliantly challenges the conventional wisdom about Lewis and Clark. Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, University of Washington Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $60.00

  804. SOLD McLaughlin, Marie L. Myths and Legends of the Sioux. Over 30 short tales give an insight into the interesting race. University of Nebraska, 1990. Blue cloth. $25.00

  805. McLaughlin, Marie L. Myths and Legends of the Sioux. Over 30 short tales give an insight into the interesting race. University of Nebraska, 1990. Soft cover. $13.95

  806. McLoughlin, William G. After the Trail of Tears: The Cherokees' Struggle for Sovereignty, 1839-1880. This powerful narrative traces, the social, cultural, and political history of the Cherokee Nation during the forty-year period after its members were forcibly removed from the southern Appalachians and resettled in what is now Oklahoma. University of North Carolina Press, 1993. Soft cover. $29.00 *

  807. SOLD McLoughlin, William G. Champions of the Cherokees: Evan and John B. Jones. 1st edition. The story of two extraordinary Northern Baptist missionaries, father and son, who lived with the Cherokee Indians from 1821 to 1876. This is also a fine narrative of the Cherokees' suffering at the hands of the United States government and white frontier dwellers. Includes a vivid description of the "trail of tears" over when the Cherokees and Evan Jones travelled during dead of winter and also covers the Jones's experiences during the Civil War including their chaplaincy of two Cherokee regiments who fought with the Northern side. Princeton University Press, 1990. Dust jacket. $50.00

  808. McLoughlin,William G. Cherokee Renascence in the New Republic. Tells the dramatic success story of the Cherokee and goes onto give a full account of how its renascence eventually came to a tragic end. 1st edition. Princeton University Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $25.00

  809. SOLD McLoughlin, William G. The Cherokee Ghost Dance: Essays on the Southeastern Indians 1789-1861. 1st edition. In these essays, the author demonstrates in concrete, personal terms how the Indian nations of the Southeast "faced the combined onslaught on their cultural identity and what they did to preserve what they considered most important." Mecer, 1984. Dust jacket. $34.95

  810. McLuhan, T. C. comp. Touch the Earth: A Self-Portrait of Indian Existence. A selection of statements and writings by North American Indians, chosen to illuminate the Native American history and culture. Photographs by Edward S. Curtis. Previous owner's name on front endcover. Reprint. Promontory Press, 1971. Dust jacket with minor wear. $25.00

  811. McLuhan, T. C. comp. Touch the Earth: Self-Portrait of Indian Existence. A selection of statements and writings by North American Indians, chosen to illuminate the Native American history and culture. Photographs by Edward S. Curtis. Previous owner's name on title page. Touchstone Book. Soft cover with some wear. $8.95

  812. McMillan, Alan D. Since the Time of the Transformers: The Ancient Heritage of the Nuu-chah-nulth, Ditidaht, and Makah. History of the Indian tribes along the Olympic Peninsula in Washington and Vancouver Island. UBC Press, 1999. Pictorial casebound. $85.00

  813. McMurtry, Larry. Oh What A Slaughter: Massacres in the American West 1846-1890. True stories of the West's most terrible massacres - Sacramento River, Mountain meadows, Sand Creek, Marias, River, Camp Grant, and Wounded Knee, among others. Simon & Schuster, 2005. Dust jacket. $25.00

  814. McNickle D'Arcy. Indian Man: A Life of Oliver LaFarge. Biography about LaFarge's childhood, service in WWII, and presidency of the Association for American Indian Affairs. 1st edition. Indiana University Press, 1971. Dust jacket. $35.00

  815. McNickle, D'Arcy. They Came Here First: The Epic of the American Indian. Peoples of America series. 1st edition. J. B. Lippincott, 1949. Black cloth, gold lettering on spine. $30.00

  816. McQuiston, Don. Dolls & Toys of Native America: A Journey through Childhood. Illustrated history. Chronicle Books,1995. Dust jacket. $35.00

  817. McTaggart, Fred. Wolf that I Am: In Search of the Red Earth People. 1st edition. Story of a young, white academic's encounter with the Mesquakies, popularly known as the Fox or Sac and Fox, when he visited to collect folklore tales. University of Oklahoma Press. Dust jacket. $25.00

  818. McTaggart, Fred. Wolf that I Am: In Search of the Red Earth People. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $15.00

  819. McWhorter, L. V. Hear Me, My Chiefs! Nez Perce Legend & History. The story of the Nez Perce tribe. 1st edition. Caxton Printers, 1952. Decorated cloth with marking and stains on back cover. $80.00

  820. McWhorter, L. V. Hear Me, My Chiefs! Nez Perce Legend & History. The story of the Nez Perce tribe. Caxton Printers, 1986. Dust jacket. $35.00

  821. McWhorter, L.V. Yellow Wolf: His Own Story. Nez Pierce warriors account of the Nez Piece Indian War. McWhorter has documented the Indian's autobiography with a mass of evidence and testimony that contributes to the history of the Far Northwest. Revised and enlarged. Caxton Printers, Ltd. 1986. Dust jacket. $35.00

  822. McWhorter, L.V. Yellow Wolf: His Own Story. Nez Pierce warriors account of the Nez Piece Indian War. McWhorter has documented the Indian's autobiography with a mass of evidence and testimony that contributes to the history of the Far Northwest. Caxton. Soft cover. $16.95

  823. SOLD Meadowcroft, Enid Lamonte. The Story of Crazy Horse. Illustrated by William Reusswig. Young adult biography in the Signature Books series. Grosset & Dunlap. Dust jacket. $17.50

  824. Meadows, William C. The Comanche Code Talkers of World War II. The full story told for the first time. University of Texas Press, 2002. Soft cover. $24.95

  825. Meadows, William C. Kiowa Apache & Comanche Military Societies: Enduring Veterans, 1800 to the Present. University of Texas Press, 1999. Soft cover. $34.95

  826. Meadows, William C. Kiowa Ethnogeography. The most indepth study of its kind in the realm of Plains Indian tribal analysis, linking geography to political and social changes, demonstrating a cultural evolution within the Kiowa community. University of Texas Press, 2008. Soft cover. $30.00

  827. Meadows, William C. Kiowa Military Societies: Ethnohistory and Ritual. Provides a detailed account of the ritual structures, ceremonial composition, and historical development of the warrior societies, drawn from over twenty years of research among tribal members. Civilization of American Indian Series. University of Oklahoma Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $75.00

  828. Medicine Ways: Disease, Health, and Survival Among Native Americans. Edited by Clifford E. Trafzer and Diane Weiner. Collection of essays on such topics as infant mortality on the Yakama Indian Reservation, the federal campaign against Trachoma, the typhoid fever deaths at Sherman Institute and Indian youth. AltaMira, 2001. Black hardcover. $69.00

  829. SOLD Meed, Douglas V. The Comanche 1800-74. This absorbing volume examines the Comanche, their social structure, religion, and warcraft. It is illustrated with a wealth of contemporary photographs. Illustrated by Jonathan Smith. Osprey Warrior 75. Osprey, 2003. Soft cover. $17.95

  830. Meek, Barbra A. We are our Language: An Ethnography of Language Revitalization in a northern Athabaskan Community. Presents the case of Kaska, an endangered language in an Athabaskan community in Yukon, asserting that language revitalization requires social transformation. University of Arizona Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $49.95 *

  831. Mellis, Allison Fuss. Riding Buffaloes and Broncos: Rodeo and Native Traditions in the Northern Great Plains. This book tells about rodeo's place in the cultures of three northern Plains Indian nations. With its origins in government sponsored agricultural fiars, Indian rodeo became a means of celebrating and sustaining an adapting culture. University of Oklahoma Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $34.95

  832. Mengarini, Fr. Gregory, S. J. Recollections of the Flathead Mission: Containing Brief Observations both Ancient and Contemporary Concerning this Particular Nation. Translated and edited with a biographical introduction by Glolria Ricci Lothrop. Northwest Historical Series XII. Arthur H. Clark, 1977. Blue cloth. $47.50

  833. Mercer, Bill. Lena Taku Waste: These Good Things: Selections from the Elizabeth Cole Butler Collection of Native American Art. Illustrated exhibition catalog, with color imagesand text to describe each object. Portland Art Museum, 1997. Soft cover oversize. $25.00

  834. Mercer, Bill. People of the River: Native Arts of the Oregon Territory. First major publication to focus exclusively on the rich artistic traditions of the Native Americans who lived along the lower Columbia River from the mouth of the Snake River to the Pacific Ocean. Portland Art Museum with University of Washington Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $49.95

  835. SOLD Meredith, Howard. Dancing on Common Ground: Tribal Cultures and Alliances on the Southern Plains. Dance is a vital expression of community and spirituality for Native Americans - Meredith looks at the Wichita, Caddo, Comanche, Cheyenne, Kiowa, Apache, Arapaho, Delware, and others. University Press of Kansas, 1995. Dust jacket. $29.95

  836. Merrill, Arch. Land of the Senecas. Illustrated with b/w paintings. Previous owner's name on front endsheet dated 1955. American Book-Stratford Press, nd. Maroon cloth. $17.50

  837. SOLD Metayer, Maurice, editor and translator. Tales from the Igloo. Foreword by Al Purdy. Wonderful color illustrations by Agnes Nonogak. Presents 22 tales from the Inuit, known as the Copper Eskimos, alon the Canadian Artic coast. Hurtig Publishers, 1972. Soft over, oblong. $10.00

  838. Metcalf, R. Warren. Termination's Legacy: The Discarded Indians of Utah. Describes how the federal policy of termination irrevocably affected the lives of a group of mixed-blood Ute Indians who made their home on the Uintah-Ouray Reservation. Presentation copy signed by the author. University of Nebraska Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $40.00

  839. Michno, Gregory and Susan. A Fate Worse Than Death: Indian Captivities in the West, 1830 - 1885. The result of extensive research with the most complete collection ever assembled of what it was like to be an Indian captive in the West. Caxton Press, 2007. Soft cover. $19.95 *

  840. Mihesuah, Devon Abbott. Choctaw Crime and Punishment 1884-1907. During the decades between the Civil War and Oklahoma statehood, Choctaws suffered from murders, thefts and assaults. This book focuses on two previously unexplored murder cases to illustrate the intense factionalism that emerged among tribal members. University of Oklahoma Press, 2009. Dust jakcet. $32.95

  841. Miles, Charles. Indian and Eskimo Artifacts of North America. With a foreword by Frederick J. Dockstader. Illustrated with discussion on the different types of material culture used. Reprint. Bonanza Books. Dust jacket. $25.00

  842. Miller, Mark Edwin. Forgotten Tribes: Unrecognized Indians and the Federal Acknowledgment Process. Well-researched and a significant contribution to literature on the FAP. University of Nebraska Press, 2004. Soft cover. $34.95

  843. Miller, Preston E. and Carolyn Corey. The Four Winds Guide to Indian Artifacts. Includes photographs with values and a special section on "Is it Real or is it an Artifake" Schiffer, 1997. Soft cover oversize. $29.95

  844. SOLD Miller, Preston E. and Carolyn Corey. The Four Winds Guide to Indian Trade Goods and Replicas, including Stone Relics, Beads, Photographs, Indian Wars and Frontier Goods. Includes photographs of the images and actual prices realized. Schiffer, 1998. Soft cover. $29.95

  845. Miller, Preston E. and Carolyn Corey. The New Four Winds Guide to Indian Weaponry, Trade Goods and Replicas. Includes photographs of the images and actual prices realized. Schiffer, 2007. Soft cover. $29.95

  846. book cover Miller, Robert J. Native America, Discovered and Conquered: Thomas Jefferson, Lewis and Clark,and Manifest Destiny. Foreword by Elizabeth Furse. A fresh look at American history through the lens of the Doctrine of Discovery - the legal basis that Europeans and Americans used to lay claim to the land of the indigenous peoples they "discovered." University of Nebraska Press, 2008. Soft cover. $16.95 *

  847. Miller, Rod. Massacre at Bear River: First, Worst, Forgotten. The story of the attack on the Shoshoni on January 29, 1863 along the Utah-Idaho border. Caxton Press, 2008. Soft cover. $18.95

  848. Miller, Susan A. Coacoochee's Bones: A Seminole Saga. A searing and searching analysis informed by exhaustive archival research and insights gained from journeys to key historic sites and hearing traditional stories. University Press of Kansas, 2003. Dust jacket. $34.95

  849. Milner, Clyde A. With Good Intentions: Quaker Work among the Pawnees, Otos, and Omahas in the 1870's. 1st edition. This book examines the three tribes as case studies for implementing the U.S. government's program for using the Quakers as an instrument in the assimilation of the Indians. University of Nebraska, 1982. Dust jacket. $17.50.00

  850. Miner, H. Craig. The Corporation and the Indian: Tribal Sovereignty and Industrial Civilization in Indian Territory, 1865-1907. Examines the railroads, livestock and mineral companies who realized the potential of Indian Territory and the impact of these businesses on the Native Americans. Review copy previously owned by noted Western historian Dr. Robert Trennert with his pencil notations and markings as well as additional sheet of notes laid in the book. 1st printing. University of Missouri Press, 1976. Dust jacket. $20.00

  851. Miner, H. Craig and William E. Unrau. The End of Indian Kansas: A Study of Cultural Revolution, 1854-1871. Examines previously untreated topic on the forced removal of Indians from eastern Kansas. Copy previously owned by noted Western historian Dr. Robert Trennert, reviewed with pencil notations and markings. Slip from publisher taped to front endsheet. Regrents Press of Kansas, 1978. Dust jacket. $15.00

  852. Mintz, Max M. Seeds of Empire: The American Revolutionary Conquest of the Iroquois. Recreates the campaign against the Six Nations of the American Indians of New York. New York University Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $28.95

  853. Moeller, Bill and Jan. Chief Joseph and the Nez Perces: A Photographic History. This colorful look allows the reader to visualize the land these Indians lived on and traveled through as you read the exciting true story of their plight while fleeing from the U.S. Army in 1877. Mountain Press, 1999. Soft cover. $15.00

  854. SOLD Mohatt, Gerald & Joseph Eagle Elk. The Price of a Gift: A Lakota Healer's Story. University of Nebraska Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $35.00

  855. Momaday, N. Scott. The Ancient Child: A Novel. Transformation of the Kiowa magical tale of transformation and identity involving Billy the Kid. 1st edition. Doubleday, 1989. Dust jacket. $18.95

  856. Momaday, N. Scott. House Made of Dawn. The 1969 Pulitzer Prize Novel about an American Indian, and his struggle to find himself after WWII. Harper & Row, 1968, 1970. Dust jacket. $50.00

  857. Momaday, N. Scott. House Made of Dawn. The 1969 Pulitzer Prize Novel about an American Indian, and his struggle to find himself after WWII. Harper & Row, 1989. Soft cover. $12.95

  858. Momaday, N. Scott. In the Bear's House. Explores themes of loneliness, sacredness and agression through his depiction of Bear using stories, poems and his own art. Originally printed in 1999. University of New Mexico Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $24.95

  859. Momaday, N. Scott. In the Presence of the Sun: Stories and Poems, 1961-1991. Presents 30 years of selected works by Momaday - his poetry recounts fables and rituals of the Kiowa nation and conveys the deep sense of place of the Native Ameircan oral tradition. University of New Mexico Press, 2009. Soft cover. $18.95

  860. Momaday, N. Scott. The Journey of Tai-me. Folklore of the Kiowa Indians learned by Momaday as he explored his own roots. Originally published in a limited edition in 1967. University of New Mexico Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $21.95

  861. Momaday, N. Scott. The Names: A Memoir. 1st edition. Momaday writes warmly and eloquently of his own life, of the Southwest, of what it means to grow up - as only the American Indian seems to- with a strong spiritual relation to the American wilderness. University of Arizona Press. Soft cover. $16.95

  862. Momaday, N. Scott. Three Plays: The Indolent Boys, Children of the Sun, and The Moon in Two Windows. Plays and a screen play that weave oral and literary traditions. University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $24.95

  863. Momaday, N. Scott. The Way to Rainy Mountain. Illustrated by Al Momaday. Retells the Kiowa myths and speculates on the actual history they may symbolize. 1st edition, 4th printing. University of New Mexico Press,1969. Dust jacket. $30.00

  864. Momaday, N. Scott. The Way to Rainy Mountain. Illustrated by Al Momaday. Retells the Kiowa myths and speculates on the actual history they may symbolize. University of New Mexico Press. Soft cover. $14.95

  865. Momaday, N. Scott. The Way to Rainy Mountain. Illustrated by Al Momaday. Retells the Kiowa myths and speculates on the actual history they may symbolize. 1st printing of this edition. Ballantine, 1970. Mass market soft cover. $5.00

  866. Moncus, Herman H. Prairie Schooner Pirates: the Story of the Comancheros. 1st edition. Presentation copy signed by author. The author unfolds the story of the dreaded abd feared Southwest highwaymen known as the Comancheros who were once reliable and honest traders. Carlton Press, 1963. Dust jacket torn at top. $38.00

  867. Monnett, John H. tell them we are going home: The Odyssey of the Northern Cheyennes. Details the courageous journey of the Northern Cheyennes under the leadership of Little Wolf and Dull Knife, from the Indian territory northward to their homelands in the Powder River country, incorporating the perspectives of the Indians, the U.S. military and Indian Bureau, and the Kansas settlers who encountered the traveling Cheyennes. University of Oklahoma Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $27.95

  868. Monroe, Jean Guard They Dance in the Sky: Native American Star Myths. Boston (1987) $ 14.95

  869. Monthan, Guy and Doris. Art and Indian Individualists. Foreword by Lloyd Kiva New. A long-needed addition to the body of literature on Indian art. A first-hand account, both visual and verbal, of the artists themselves, their lives and their work. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1975. Dust jacket. $100.00

  870. SOLD Monthan, Guy and Doris. Art and Indian Individualists. Foreword by Lloyd Kiva New. A long-needed addition to the body of literature on Indian art. A first-hand account, both visual and verbal, of the artists themselves, their lives and their work. 1st edition. Specially bound de luxe edition limited to 150 hand numbered copies signed by the artists. Northland Press, 1975. Cloth with brown leather spine in slipcase. $250.00

  871. Mooney, James and Frans M. Olbrechts. The Swimmer Manuscript: Cherokee Sacred Formulas and Medicinal Prescriptions. Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 99. Smithsonian Institution, 1932. Gray paper covers. $110.00s

  872. Morgan, Dale L. Shoshonean Peoples and the Overland Trails: Frontiers of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs 1849-1869. Edited and introduction by Richard L. Saunders; Ethnohistorical Essay by Gregory E. Smoak. Morgan focused on Euroamerican relations with Indians along the Rocky Mountain and Great Basin corridor of the Oregon and California trails. Compiles three lesser known works of Morgan. Utah State University Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $39.95 *

  873. Morgan, Lewis Henry. The Indian Journals, 1859-62. The Journals of Lewis H. Morgan's western field trips were kept by him while he was in the field. University of Michigan Press, 1959. Brown cloth. $30.00

  874. Morgan, Phyllis S. N. Scott Momaday: Remembering Ancestors, Earth, and Traditions: An Annotated Bio-Bibliography. Introduction by Kenneth Lincoln. The most comprehensive resource on Momaday available. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2010. Tan cloth. $60.00

  875. Morrison, T. F. The Osage Treaty of 1865: An Address by Hon. T. F. Morrison of Chanute, Kansas. The speech was given at the dedication of a monument to mark the spot of the signing of the "Osage Treaty of 1865" at Shaw, Kansas. St. Paul Journal, 1925. Wraps, with original envelop which is torn on all sides. $20.00

  876. Morrow, Mable. Indian Rawhide: An American Folk Art. Foreword by Alice Marriott. With drawings and paintings by the author. Includes color examples of drawings on rawhide. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover, oversize. $24.95

  877. Moss, Basil. Tales of the Wichitas. 1st edition. Moss grew up hearing and living the tales he has shared throughout his adult life. These tales of the 20's and 30's mirror his own childohood. Texas Tech, 1998. Dust jacket. $25.95

  878. SOLD Moss, Robert. Dreamways of the Iroquois: Honoring the Secret Wishes of the Soul. Reveals the sacred art of dreaming and a guide to healing through dreamwork. Destiny Books, 2005. Soft cover. $16.95

  879. SOLD Moulton, Candy. Chief Joseph: Guardian of the People. Biography of this remarkable leader - combining history with deep emotion. American Heroes series. Tom Doherty Associates Book, 2005. Dust jacket. $19.95

  880. Moulton, Candy. Valentine T. McGillycuddy: Army Surgeon, Agent to the Sioux. Biography of an army physician during the Dakota Indian Wars and at the Pine Ridge Reservation. 1st edition. Arthur H. Clark, 2011. Red cloth. $34.95

  881. SOLD Mowat, Farley. People of the Deer. A look at the inland Eskimos northwest of Hudson Bay. Little Brown, 1952. Dust jacket with wear. $15.00

  882. Mulroy, Kevin. Freedom on the Border: The Seminole Maroons in Florida, the Indian Territory, Coahuila, and Texas. A compelling histor of the black Seminoles. Tecas Tech University Press, 1993. Dust jacket. $29.00

  883. Mulroy, Kevin. The Seminole Freedmen: A History. Examines the long history of these people to show their rightful identity. University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $36.95

  884. SOLD Murie, James R. Ceremonies of the Pawnee. The first part presents the annual cycle of Skiri ceremonial life, and the second part includes accounts of three surviving South Band ceremonies that Murie witnessed: the White Beaver Ceremony of the Chawi band, and the Bear and Buffalo dances of the Pita-hawirata band. In each of the accounts the songs of the ceremony are given in both Pawnee and English. Together they constitute one of the most extensive song collections for any North American tribe. University of Nebraska, 1989. Green cloth. $46.00

  885. Murphy, David Thomas. Murder in their Hearts: The Fall Creek Massacre. In this particular incident the white men responsible for the murders were singled out and hunted down, brought to trial, convicted by a jury of their neighbors, and, for the first time under American law, sentenced to death and executed for the murder of Native Americans. Indiana Historical Society Press, 2010. Soft cover. $13.95

  886. Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation. Indian Notes and Monographs No. 49. List of publications. 8th edition, second printing. Heye Foundation 1937. Small tan wraps showing some wear. Previous owner's name on title page. $10.00

  887. Nabhan, Gary Paul. Enduring Seeds: Native American Agriculture and Wild Plant Conservation. Foeword by Wendell Berry. Emphasizes the cooperative relationship that must exist between people, the environment, and seeds. North Point Press, 1989. Dust jacket. $15.00

  888. SOLD Nabokov, Peter and Robert Easton. Native American Architecture. A rich, wide-ranging depiction of American Indian culture, belief, and history. Ample photographs illustrate the architectual achievements of the North American Indians. Oxford University Press, 1989. $35.00

  889. Nabokov, Peter and Lawrence Loendorf. Restoring a Presence: American Indians and Yellowstone National Park. A comprehensive account of Indians in and around Yellowstone, drawing from archaeological records, Indian testimony, tribal archives and collections of early artifacts. The authors trace the interactions of nearly a dozen Indian groups with each of Yellowstone's four geographic regions. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma press, 2004. Dust jacket. $39.95

  890. Nabokov, Peter. Where the Lightning Strikes: The Lives of American Indian Sacred Places. A first rate evocation of sacred places in the American Indian world. Viking, 2006. Dust jacket. $24.95

  891. Nahidizidi. 1971 calendar in the Navajo language. Navajo Curriculum Center, Rough Rock Demonstration School, 1971. Blue spiral bound. $10.00

  892. The National Museum of the American Indian: Critical Conversations. Edited by Amy Lonetree and Amanda J. Cobb. Encompasses a variety of perspectives from those of Native and non-Natives, museum employees and outside scholars. University of Nebraska Press, 2008. Soft cover. $26.95

  893. Native American Art and Folklore: A Cultural Celebration. Edited by David Campbell. Illustrated with examples of Indian art and literature from across the continent, both ancient and contemporary. Crescent Books, 1993. Dust jacket, oversize. $17.50

  894. Native American Art at Philbrook. Exhibition catalog with illustrations for a show in 1980. Philbrook Art Center, 1980. Soft cover, showing some wear. $12.00

  895. Native American Dance: Ceremonis and Social Traditions. Published in conjunction with an exhibition of the National Museum of the American Indian, 1992-1993. Illustrated with photographs of the dances and ceremonies of the Apache, Tewa Pueblo, Plains Indians and others. 2nd printing. Smithsonian, 1993. Soft cover, oversize. $29.95

  896. Native Americans and Public Policy. Edited by Fremont J. Lyden and Lyman H. Letgers. The contributors to this background discuss the historical background, certain pathologies of Indian-white-relations, questions of legal sovereignty and economic development, and efforts to find new ways of successfully resolving current controversies. University of Pittsburgh, 1992. Dust jacket. $39.95

  897. Native Americans and the Criminal Justice System. Edited by Jeffrey Ian Ross and Larry Gould. Essays that explore the cultural, colonized, and tribal sovereignty issues of criminal justice in Indian country. Paradigm Publishers, 2006. Black cloth. $69.00

  898. Native Indian Cookbook. Edited by David Hunt. 340 receipes for wild game, fish & wild edibles, from the Lovesick Lake Native Women's Association and other Native Cooks. Complete entrees as well as sauces, marinades, stuffing, batters, and breads. Extensive explanatory introduction and illustrations. Stackpole, 2007. Soft cover. $16.95

  899. Natives Making Nation: Gender, Indigeneity, and the State in the Andes. Edited by Andrew Canessa. Essays on how a rural people can create their communities. University of Arizona Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $45.00

  900. Neel, David. Our Chiefs and Elders: Words and Photographs of Native Leaders. Images of Natives from British Columbia Canada. UBC Press, 1992. Dust jacket.$15.00

  901. Neeley, Bill. The Last Comanche Chief: The Life and Times of Quanah Parker. Biography of this noted Plains Indian warrior. Reprint. Castle, 2007. Dust jacket. $15.00

  902. Neihardt, John G. Eagle Voice Remembers: An Authentic Tale of the Old Sioux World. Foreword by Coralie Hughes. Reflective interpretation of the old Sioux way of life. University of Nebraska Press, 2011. Soft cover. $18.95

  903. SOLD Neihardt, John G. The End of the Dream & Other Stories. Compiled by Hilda Neihardt Petri with an introduction by Jay Fultz. The nine fictional stories in the volume originally appeared between 1901 to 1905 and all relate Neihardt's experience among the Omaha Indians. University of Nebraska Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $19.95

  904. Neihardt, John G. Indian Tales and Others. Stories about the American Indians. 1st edition. Foxing on endsheets. Macmillan Co., 1926. Dark cloth with wear. $30.00

  905. Neihardt, John G. The Sixth Grandfather. Black Elk's Teachings given to John G. Neihardt. A major contribution to the study of the Lakota. Edited with an introduction by Raymond J. DeMallie. Signed by DeMallie. 1s edition. University of Nebraska Press, 1984. Dust jacket. $60.00

  906. Neihardt, John G. The Sixth Grandfather. Black Elk's Teachings given to John G. Neihardt. A major contribution to the study of the Lakota. Edited with an introduction by Raymond J. DeMallie. 1st edition. University of Nebraska Press, 1984. Dust jacket. $40.00

  907. Neihardt, John G. The Sixth Grandfather. University of Nebraska Press, 1985. Soft cover. $19.95

  908. Neihardt, John G. When the Tree Flowered. The first novel by Black Elk biographer - the story about the Sioux, told with humor, drama and meaning. 1st edition. Macmillan Co., 1951. Dust jacket. $50.00

  909. SOLD Neilsen, George R. The Kickapoo People. Copy No. 1,006 of a limited 15,000 copies. Autographed by tribal chairman Orval L. Kirk. Indian tribal series, 1975. Stiff blue wraps with stains on cover. $15.00

  910. SOLD Nerburn, Kent. Chief Joseph & the Flight of the Nez Perce: The Untold Story of an American Tragedy. 1st edition. Although this story has been told before, never has the narrative been so rich - drawing on years of research, interviews, and thousands of miles of travel, Nerburn takes us beyond the surrender and the tragic eight-year exile. HarperSan Francisco, 2005. Dust jacket. $24.95

  911. Nester, William R. The Arikara War: The First Plains Indian War, 1823. In 1823, at the height of the fur trade, Arikara warriors attacked an American trapping expedition on South Dakota's Missouri River, thus began the first military encounter between the United States and the western Indians. Mountain Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $30.00

  912. New Echota Letters: Contributions of Samuel A. Worchester to the Cherokee Phoenix. Edited by Jack Frederck Kilpatrick and Anna Gritts Kilpatrick. Selections from the original national newspaper founded by the Cherokee Nation in the 1828. Southern Medthodist Universit Press, 1968. Dust jacket. $25.00

  913. Newcomb, W. W., Jr. The Indians of Texas From Prehistoric to Modern Times. Survey of the ethnography of the Indian tribes that reside in Texas. Drawings by Hal M. Story. University of Texas Press, 1973. Soft cover. $12.50 *

  914. Newcomb, W. W., Jr. The People Called Wichita. Copy No. 1006 of a limited 15,000 copies. Autographed by Tribal President Newton Lamar. Indian Tribal Series, 1976. Stiff Blue Wraps with discoloration. $12.00

  915. Newkumet, Vynola Beaver and Howard L. Meredith. Hasinai: A Traditional History of the Caddo Confederacy. Foreword by Arrell Morgan Gibson. Story of the Caddo in Texas and Louisiana. 1st editon. Texas A&M University Press, 1988. Dust jacket. $20.00

  916. Niatum, Duane, ed. Carriers of the Dream Wheel: Contemporary Native American Poetry. Brings together the work of sixteen Native American poets. 1st edition. Harper & Row, 1975. Dust jacket. $25.00

  917. Nichols, Roger L. American Indians in U.S. History. This one-volume narrative history traces the experiences of American Indians from early colonial times to the present day, demonstrating how Indian existence has changed throughout our nation's history. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $29.95

  918. Nichols, Roger L. American Indians in U.S. History. This one-volume narrative history traces the experiences of American Indians from early colonial times to the present day, demonstrating how Indian existence has changed throughout our nation's history. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2003. Soft cover. $17.95

  919. Nichols, Roger L. Indians In the United States and Canada: A Comparative History. Superbly researched and clearly written, this pioneering study is an indispensable historical overview of Indian-white relations in the United States and Canada. University of Nebraska Press, 1998. Case bound. $25.00

  920. warrior nationnew Nichols, Roger L. Warrior Nations: The United States and Indian Peoples. Excellent concise examination of eight significant American Indian wars, including a chapter on the Chiricahua Apache War 1861-1872. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 2013. Soft cover. $19.95 *

  921. Niethammer, Carolyn. American Indian Food and Lore. Illustrated guide to various plants used by Native Americans and 150 authentic recipes. Collier Books, 1974. Soft cover, oversize. $12.50

  922. Noble Red Man: Lakota Wisdomkeeper Mathew King. Compiled and edited by Harvey Arden. Biography of a Lakota chief. Beyond Words, 1994. Dust jacket. $16.95 *

  923. Norgren, Jill. The Cherokee Cases: Two Landmark Federal Decisions in the Fight for Sovereignty. Foreword by Kermit L. Hall and Melvin I. Urofsky. The first compact history of the U.S. Supreme Court cases. University of Oklahoma Press, 2004. Soft cover. $21.95

  924. SOLD North American Indian Baskets. Museum guidebook with black and white illustrations. Lowe Art Museum, 1973. $9.50

  925. The North American Indian Portfolios from the Library of Congress: Bodmer, Catlin, McKenney & Hall. A Tiny Folio edition with color plates showing the work of Native America artists over the years. Abbeville Press, 1993. Pictorial casebound, small. $11.95

  926. North American Indian Portraits: Photographs from the Wanamaker Expeditions From the Wanamaker Collection at the William Hammond Mathers Museum, Indian University. Introduction by Thomas W. Kavanagh. The photographs were taken between 1908-13 on a series of three expeditions sponsored by John Wanamaker, the department store magnate and led by Joseph Kossuth Dixon, a highly skilled photographer and self-promoter. The first expedition went to the Valley of the Little Bighorn. Konecky & Konecky. Dust jacket, oversize. $32.50

  927. Northup, Beverly Baker. "We Are Not Yet Conquered:" The History of the Northern Cherokee Nation of the Old Louisiana Territory. 1st printing. Turner Publishing Co., 2001. Pictorial boards. $52.50

  928. Nu tak: The History and Survival of Nootkan Culture. History of this west coast Canadian tribe. Sound Heritage, volume VII: 2. Soft cover. $20.00

  929. Nye, Wilbur Sturtevant. Bad Medicine & Good: Tales of the Kiowas. Stories of the Kiowa range from the 1700s through the New Deal. Illustrated by Western artist Nick Eggenhofer. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1962. Dust jacket. $38.50

  930. Nye, Wilbur Sturtevant. Plains Indian Raiders: The Final Phases of Warfare from the Arkansas to the Red River. With original photographs by William S. Soule. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press,1968. Dust jacket. $65.00

  931. Nye, Wilbur Sturtevant. Plains Indian Raiders: The Final Phases of Warfare from the Arkansas to the Red River. With original photographs by William S. Soule. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $29.95

  932. Oberg, Michael Leroy. Uncas: First of the Mohegans. The historical story of Uncas, an important leader of the Mohegan people in seventeenth-century Connecticut, blending with the story of European settlement in America. Cornell University Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $27.50

  933. Obermeyer, Brice. Delaware Tribe in a Cherokee Nation. An ethnographic study of the Delaware Tribe and its struggle for federal recognition and political separation from the larger Cherokee Nation. University of Nebraska Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $45.00

  934. O'Brien, Greg. Choctaws in a Revolutionary Age 1750 - 1830. With an afterword by the author. An important starting point for reassessing the evolution of the Choctaw and their neighbors - carefully argued and clearly structured. University of Nebraska Press, 2005. Soft cover. $26.95

  935. Oehlea, C.M. The Great Sioux Uprising. Oehler is carefully impartial in relating the parts played by settlers, Indians, traders, agents, and soldiers in this epic outbreak.1st edition. New York Oxford University Press, 1959. Dust jacket. $35.00

  936. SOLD O'Gara, Geoffrey. What You See In Clear Water: Life on the Wind River Reservation. O'Gara ranges from the Indian wars to the present day, and from the nineteenth-century Shoshone chief Washakie to his great-grandson, and also traces the complex legal struggle over water rights. Knopf, 2002. Dust jacket. $25.00

  937. SOLD Ogden, Sherelyn, ed. Caring for American Indian Objects: A Practical and Cultural Guide. Essays by twenty-one contributors that offer invaluable information and advice in the preservation of Native American objects - a great textbook and reference book. Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2004. Large format soft cover. $39.95

  938. Olcott,Deana. The Enchanted Hills. Story of the Osage Indians and their culture. Illustrated with drawings and photographs. 1948. Orange decorated wraps with spiral bound. $50.00

  939. Olson, Kristine. Standing Tall: The Lifeway of Kathryn Jones Harrison. Foreword by Senator Mark Hatfield. Biography of the Chair of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community, Oregon. Oregon Historical Society Press, 2005. Soft cover. $23.95

  940. One Nation Under God: The Triumph of the Native American Church. Compiled and edited by Houston Smith and Reuben Snake, with a foreword by Senator Daniel K. Inouye. A history of the movement, its peyote controversay and its leaders. Clear Light Publishers, 1996. Dust jacket. $12.50

  941. Oneida Lives: Long-Lost Voices of the Wisconsin Oneidas. Edited by Herbert S. Lewis with the assistance of L. Gordon McLester. Foreword by Gerald L. Hill. Discusses of all aspects of life, growing up, work, family relations, social, religious and cultural aspects. Unversity of Nebraska Press, 2005. Soft cover. $29.95

  942. O'Nell, Theresa DeLeane. Disciplined Hearts: History, Identity, and Depression in an American Indian Community. A study of the Flathead / Salishan tribes. 1st printing. University of California Press, 1996. Dust jacket with minor rubbing. Special $14.50 *

  943. SOLD Oneroad, Amos E. and Alanson B. Skinner. Being Dakota: Tales & Traditions of the Sisseton & Wahpeton. 1st edition. A unique collection of stories detailing the customs, traditions, and folklore of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Dakota at the turn of the twentieth century. Minnesota Historical Society, 2003. Dust jacket. $29.95

  944. Orchard, William C. Beads and Beadwork of the American Indians. New York Museum of the American Indian Heye Foundation treats the subject of beads as they were employed by the American Indians, with special reference to the technique of beadwork. Enclosed is a letter from the director of the museum thanking a member for his support and enclosing this book. La Salle Lith Corp., 1975. Wraps. $45.00

  945. The Origin of the Milk Way & Other Living Stories of the Cherokee. Collected and edited by Barbara R. Duncan, illustrations by Shan Goshorn. Stories told by members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in their own words. University of North Carolina Press, 2008. Decorated casebound. $19.95

  946. SOLD Orrmont, Arthur. Diplomat in Warpaint: Chief Alexander McGillivray of the Creeks. This half-Scottish half-Indian Chief not only brought the Creeks safely through the revolution, but in later years, enabled his small nation of 30,000 to hold their own better than any native race against the white man. Abelard-Schuman, 1968. Dust jacket. $22.50

  947. SOLD Oscar Howe: A Retrospective Exhibition Catalogue Raisonne. Edited by Frederick J. Dockstader. Contains examples of Howe's work as well bibliographies of his work and publications. Thomas Gilcrease Museum Association, 1982. Soft cover, oversize. $35.00

  948. Oskison, John M. Tecumseh and His Times: The Story of a Great Indian. Biography. Paper insert about the author. Previous owner's name on half title page. 1st edition. G. P. Putnam's Sons 1938. Tan cloth. $25.00

  949. Oswalt, Wendell H. This Land Was Theirs: A Study of the North American Indian. Includes chapters on the Chipewyan, Fox, Pawnee, Hopi, Iroquois, and Natchez. John Wiley & Sons, 1966. Dust jacket. $15.00

  950. SOLD Otis, D. S. The Dawes Act and the Allotment of Indian Lands. Editedwith an introduction by Francis Paul Prucha. A detailed and fully documented account of the Dawes Act of 1887 and its consequences up to 1900. Copy previous owned by noted Western historian Dr. Robert Trennert, with his pencil notations and markings. 1st printing of the new edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1973. Dust jacket with wear. $20.00

  951. Owen, Roger, ed. The North American Indians: A Sourcebook. A comprehensive compilation of the best writings on North American Indians. 1st edition. Macmillan, 1967. Dust jacket. $15.00

  952. book cover Owens, Robert M. Mr. Jefferson's Hammer: William Henry Harrison and the Origins of American Indian Policy. A thorough and engaging account of how Harrison built his career on dispossessing American Indians of their lands and advanced the expansionist policies of the new nation. University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $34.95 *

  953. SOLD Paige, Amanda L., Fuller L. Bumpers and Daniel F. Littlefield. Chickasaw Removal. Brings new light to the dark, defining moment, describing one tribes experiences during the Removal Era. Chickasaw Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $20.00

  954. Painted Tipis by Contemporary Plains Indian Artists. Exhibtion organized by the Indian Arts and Crafts Board of the U.S. Dept. of the Interior. With an introduction by Myles Libhart and Rosemary Ellison and an essay on Blackfeet Tipi Legends by Cecile Black Boy. Photographs and drawings of tipis. Oklahoma Indian Arts and Crafts Cooperative, 1973. Soft cover. $10.00

  955. Parins, James W. Elias Cornelius Boudinot: A Life on the Cherokee Border. The first full account of a man who was intimately and prominently involved in the life of the Cherokee Nation in the second half of the nineteenth century and influential in the opening of the former Indian Territory to white settlement. University of Nebraska Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $24.95

  956. SOLD Parins, James W. John Rollin Ridge: His Life & Works. The biography of the leading nineteenth century Cherokee figure. University of Nebraska Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $40.00

  957. Parker, Arthur C. The Indian How Book. 50 illustrations. Information on American Indian crafts, customs, food, clothing, religion, and recreations. Dover, 1975. Soft cover. $15.00

  958. Parker, Arthur G. Skunny Wundy and other Indian Tales. Illustrated by Will Crawford with tipped in color plates. Folktales of the Seneca Indians. George H. Doran Co., 1926. Previous owners inscription front page.Creme cloth, faded on spine. Full page paper label in good condition. $125.00

  959. Parker, Dorothy R. Singing an Indian Song: A Biography of D'Arcy McNickle. One of the foremost Native American intellectuals of his generation, D'Arcy McNickle is best known today for the American Indian history center that carries his name at the Newberry Library in Chicago, and for his novels. University of Nebraska Press, 1992. Dust jacket. $15.00

  960. Paul, Frances. Spruce Root Basketry of the Alaska Tlingit. Edited by Willard W. Beatty. Indian Handcrafts No. 8. U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1954. Brown wraps. $25.00

  961. Paul, R. Eli. Blue Water Creek and the First Sioux War, 1854-1856. 1st edition. Paul shows that the events that precipitated General Willam Harney's attack on Chief Little Thunder's Brule village foreshadowed the entire history of conflict between the U.S. and the Lakota people. University of Oklahoma Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $34.95

  962. Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. American Indian Art 1920 - 1972. Exhibition catalog, February 28 through March 25. Harvard University, 1973. Wraps. $15.00

  963. Peace-Pyle, Jayne. Muanami: Sister of the Moon. Historical fictional tale of a Comance medicine woman. Signed by the author. Git a Rope! Publishing, 2005. Soft cover. $15.00 *

  964. newPearce, Richard. Women and Ledger Art: Four Contemporary Native American Artists. Calls attention to the extraordinary achievements of four strong women who have chosen to express themselves through ledger art. University of Arizona Press, 2013. Soft cover. $24.95

  965. Pearson, J. Diane. The Nez Perces in the Indian Territory: Nimiipuu Survival. Foreword by Patricia Penn Hilden. Tells the story of the Nez Perce captivity and deportation and offers an in-depth analysis of the resistance bands during their incarceration at three different prison camps. University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $34.95

  966. Peavy, Linda and Ursula Smith. Full-Court Quest: The Girls from Fort Shaw Indian School Basketball Champions of the World. The story of this women's basketball team from Montana who took their game to the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $29.95

  967. Peithmann, Irvin M. Broken Peace Pipes: A Foun-Hundred-Year History of the American Indian. Foreword by Loren Taylor. The true story of how the Native American lost his land. Charles C. Thomas, 1964. Dust jacket. $28.00

  968. Pelletier, Wilfred and Ted Poole. No Foreign Land: The Biography of a North American Indian. Biography of a Canadian Indian who grew up in both Native and non-Native worlds. Pantheon Books, 1973. Dust jacket. $25.00

  969. Penhallow, Samuel. History of the Indian Wars. A facsimile reprint of the Wheelock edition of the rare 1726 study of Indian-Colonial conflicts in New England, 1703-1723, with noted of earlier editors and additions from the original manuscript. Cornerhouse, 1973. $18.50

  970. Penn, W. S. Feathering Custer. An interesting study on how modern scholarship has affected the ways Native Americans and others see themselves and their world. University of Nebraska Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $29.95

  971. Penn, W.S. (edited by) The Telling of the World. 1st edition. Oversized anthology contains legends and stories from Native American tribes and nations whose stories are richly illustrated with art created by modern Native American artists, and historically significant artifacts. Over 125 full-color illustrations. Stewart, Tabori, and Chang, 1996. Dust jacket. $55.00

  972. Penney, David W. Art of the American Indian Frontier: The Chandler-Pohrt Collection. With essays by Richard Pohrt, Milford Chandler and George P. Horse Capture. Examins an incomparable collection of nineteenth-century Native American art from the Woodlans, Prairie and Plains. Includes invitation to opening exhibition at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, 1993. University of Washington Press, 1992. Oversize soft cover. $35.00

  973. Perceval, Don. From Ice Mountain: Indian Settlement of the Americas. Introduction by Frank Waters. A simple presentation on the development of culture and interaction of people who eventually settled in the American Southwest. Colorful illustrations by the author. 1st edition. Dust jacket. Northland Press, 1979. $40.00

  974. Perdue, Theda. "Mixed Blood" Indians: Racial Construction in the Early South. An invaluable resource that examines a fascinating array of issues dealing with race in the South. University of Georgia Press, 2005. Soft cover. $16.95

  975. Perry, Robert. Uprising! Woody Crumbo's Indian Art. The amazing story of the internationally acclaimed Potawatomi artist, musician, and dancer. Crumbo also spent several years at Taos. Filled with color illustrations of his work. Chickasaw Press, 2009. Dust jacket, oversize. $40.00

  976. SOLD Pesantubbee, Michelene E. Choctaw Women in a Chaotic World: The Class of Cultures in the Colonial Southeast. The culmination of efforts to understand culture change and the roles of the Choctaw women of Oklahoma. University of New Mexico Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $39.95

  977. Peterson, Jacqueline with Laura Peers. Sacred Encounters: Father De Smet and the Indians of the Rocky Mountain West. Published in conjunction with an exhibit, this volume captures the emotional tension, drama, and multiple voices of Native and non-Native Americans. Produced with the cooperation of the Salish and Kootenai tribes and several museums. Washington State University and University of Oklahoma Press, 1993. Soft cover oversize. $24.95

  978. Peterson, Susan. Pottery by American Indian Women: The Legacy of Generations. A lavish and informative examination of how American Indian women have used pottery to express themselves. Color illustrations. National Museum of Women in the Arts Exhibition. Abbeville Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $55.00

  979. Peterson del Mar, David. Beaten Down: A History of Interpersonal Violence in the West. This book examines interpersonal violence in Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia beginning with Native American cultures before colonization and continuing into the mid-twentieth century. University of Washington, 2002. Dust jacket. $40.00

  980. Petrillo, Larissa. Being Lakota: Identity and Tradition on Pine Ridge Reservation. Written in collaboration with Melda and Lupe Trejo. Explores contemporary Lakota identity through the life story narratives of an Oglala Lakota and resident at Pine Ridge. University of Nebraska Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $35.00

  981. Pettit, Jan. Utes: The Mountain People. The author's intention is to create as clearly and honestly as possible, the lifestyle and pre-reservation history of the Ute Indians who roamed a large part of Colorado and Utah until they were forced onto reservations. Century One, 1982. Soft cover. $6.95.

  982. Pettit, Jan. Utes: The Mountain People. Revised edition presents the rich panorama of Ute history, from the archaeological features of prehistoric Ute cultures to elements of present-day Ute culture. Black and white illustrations throughout. Johnson Books, 1990. Soft cover. $11.95

  983. Pickering, Kathleen Ann. Lakota Culture, World Economy. Detailed and in-depth analysis using extensive interviews with residents of the Pine Ridge and Rosebud Reservations. University of Nebraska Press, 2004. Soft cover. $19.95

  984. Plains Indian Drawings Plains Indian Drawings 1865-1935: Pages from a Visual History. Edited by Janet Catherine Berlo. This lavish volume is the most comprehensive treatment to date of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Plains Indian drawings. It is published on the occasion of the first extensive exhibition of this material, organized by The Drawing Center, New York, and The American Federation of Arts. Featured are thirty-six artists from the Lakota, Cheyenne, Kiowa, and Arapaho tribes, such as Black Hawk, Making Medicine, Wohaw, Little Shield, and White Bull. Many of the artists were previously unknown even to experts in the field, and dozens of the drawings are published here for the first time. The eight essays, four artist statements, and catalogue entries on 153 works provide a wealth of information on Plains Indian culture, religion, and individual artists during the reservation era. Abrams, 1996. Dust jacket, oversize. $150.00

  985. SOLD Pointer, Richard W. Encounters of the Spirit: Native Americans and European Colonial Religion. Examines the intriguing questions of how Europeans affected all aspects of Native American life with an innovative study. Indiana University Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $39.95

  986. SOLD Pony Boy, Gawani. Horse, Follow Closely: Native American Horsemanship. Photographs by Gabrielle Boiselle. Illustrates with full-color photographs and enclosed DVD, the traditional training methods used by Native Americans. Bow Tie Press, 1998. Soft cover oversize. $29.95

  987. SOLD The Portable North American Indian Reader. Edited by Frederick W. Turner III. Anthology of writing by and about Native Americans to introduce the general reader to the traditions and historical realities of the North American Indians. Viking Press, 1974. Dust jacket. $18.95

  988. Potomac Corral of the Westerners. Great Western Indian Fights: Two Dozen of the Most Important Indian Battles in History. The story of the most crucial battles between Indians and the European Invaders - Beecher Island, Massacre Canyon, Geronimo, Beenteen, Sherman, etc. Reprint. MJF Books. Dust jacket. $20.00

  989. Power, Susan C. Art of the Cherokee: Prehistory to the Present. A groundbreaking illustrated art history of North Carolina and Oklahoma Cherokees; examining the role of Cherokee art and understanding the culture and traditions. University of Georgia Press, 2007. Dust jacket, oversize. $49.95

  990. Power, Susan C. Art of the Cherokee: Prehistory to the Present. A groundbreaking illustrated art history of North Carolina and Oklahoma Cherokees; examining the role of Cherokee art and understanding the culture and traditions. University of Georgia Press, 2007. Stiff soft cover, oversize. $26.95

  991. Powers, Marla N. Oglala Women: Myth, Ritual, and Reality. University of Chicago Press, 1988. Soft cover. $22.00 *

  992. Powers, William K. Oglala Religion. Seeks to explain how the Sioux has preserved its social and cultural identity. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $18.95

  993. Powers, William K. War Dance: Plains Indian Musical Performance. 1st edition. Powers offers essays describing Plains songs available on disc and tape, including notes on the history and culture of tribes and some translations of Lakota songs. University of Arizona, 1990. Dust jacket. $29.95

  994. Powhatan's Mantle: Indians in the Colonial Southeast. Edited and with an introduction by Gregory A. Waselkov, Peter H. Wood & Tom Hatley. A classic study, demonstrating how ethnohistory, demography, archaeology, anthropology, and cartography can be brought together in fresh and meaningful ways. Revised and expanded edition. University of Nebraska Press, 2006. Soft cover. $21.95 *

  995. SOLD Pratt, Stephanie. American Indians in British Art 1700-1840. Richly illustrated with both color and black and white images. Explores for the first time an artistic tradition that avoided simplification and that portrayed Native peoples in a surprisingly complex terms. University of Oklahoma Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $29.95

  996. Pre-removal Choctaw History: Exploring New Paths. Edited by Greg O'Brien. Provides substantial knowledge about a long-neglected era in Choctaw history which includes ten essays from distinguished scholars, such as Clara Sue Kidwell and James Taylor Carson. University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $39.95

  997. Prescott, William H. The World of the Incas. The famous classic text in a fully illustrated book. Tudor Publishing Co., 1974. Dust jacket with minor wear. $20.00

  998. Price, Sally and Richard Price. Afro-American Arts of the Suriname Rain Forest. Oversized exhibition catalogue depicting many of the different art forms. University of California, 1980. Soft cover. $35.00

  999. SOLD Prince, Henry. Amidst a Storm of Bullets: The Diary of Lt. Henry Prince in Florida 1836-1842. Edited by Frank Laumer, foreword by John K. Mahon. Written by a participant in Florida's Second Seminole War 1835-42, the longest, costliest and bloodiest Indian war in American history - involving Seminole leaders like Osceola, Micanopy, Jumper, and Alligator. 1st edition. University of Tampa Press, 1998. Dust jacket. $55.00

  1000. Prucha, Francis Paul. American Indian Policy in Crisis: Christian Reformers and the Indian, 1865-1900. Written by one of the most distinguished historians on Native American - White policies. 1st edition. Universiy of Oklahoma Press, 1976. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1001. Prucha, Francis Paul, ed. Americanizing the American Indians: Writings by the “Friends of the Indian” 1880-1900. This volume contains forty-seven selections from the extensive literature of the reformers’ campaign, including Carl Schurz, Henry Dawes, Amelia Quinton and Richard Henry Pratt.  Copy previously owned by noted Western history, Dr. Robert Trennert, contains his pencil notations and markings. Harvard University Press, 1973. Dust jacket with minor wear. $35.00

  1002. Prucha, Francis Paul. A Bibliographical Guide to the History of Indian-White Relations in the United States. Listing of books, articles and miscellaneous material by subject matter published through 1974. Previous owner’s name and date on front endsheet. Publication of the Center for the History of the American Indian of the Newberry Library. University of Chicago Press, 1977. Coral cloth. $8.50

  1003. Prucha, Francis Paul. The Churches and the Indian Schools 1888-1912. Examines the tension and conflict between Protestants and Catholics over Indian schools at the end of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.  Copy of noted Western historian Dr. Robert Trennert with pencil notations and markings. 1st printing. University of Nebraska Press, 1979. Dust jacket with wear. $20.00

  1004. Prucha, Francis Paul. Indian-White Relations in the United States: A Bibliography of Works Published 1975-1980.  Supplement to A Biographical Guide to the History of Indian-White Relations in the United States.  University of Nebraska Press, 1982. Soft cover, oversize with minor wear along spine. $10.00 *

  1005. SOLD Prucha, Francis Paul. Indian Peace Medals in American History. The story not only of the use of the medals in Indian relations, but of their designing and production as well. Illustrated. University of Nebraska Press, 1971. Dust jacket. $75.00

  1006. Prucha, Francis Paul. Indian Peace Medals in American History. The story not only of the use of the medals in Indian relations, but of their designing and production as well. Rivio Books, 1994. Soft cover oversize. $35.00

  1007. Prucha, Francis Paul. Indian Policy in the United States. Previously unpublished essays presents a broad view of federal Indian policy. Previous owner’s name and date penciled on front endsheet.  1st printing. University of Nebraska Press, 1981. Dust jacket. $15.00

  1008. Purdy, John Lloyd. Writing Indian, Native Conversations. Discussion on Native American fiction, past, present, and future, including revisiting classics and offering critical readings. University of Nebraska Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1009. Ramar, Teyet "Chief White Feather". The Gospel set to Grand Opera. As sung by Chief White Feather. Music and lyrics. 1st edition. Notes on back cover. Decorative wraps. $25.00

  1010. Rappagliosi, Father Philip. Letters from the Rocky Mountain Indian Missions. Edited by Robert Bigart. The letters, translated from the Italian and German, reveal the life of an Italian Jesuit as he worked at three missions in the northern Rocky Mountains from 1874 to 1878. They are a rare and rich source of information about the daily lives, customs and beliefs of the Nez Perces, Blackfeet, Canadian Metis, Flatheads, and others. University of Nebraska Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $49.95

  1011. Raufer, Sister Maria Ilma. Black Robes and Indians on the Last Frontier: A Story of Heroism. The story of missionary work up on the Columbia Plateau. Signed by the author. Remains of scotch tape on front endsheet. 1966. Red cloth. $35.00

  1012. Ray, Dorothy Jean. Aleut and Eskimo Art: Tradition and Innovation in South Alaska. Provides a full description and interpretation of Alaskan Eskimo art with photographs of the pieces. University of Washington Press, 1981. Soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  1013. Reading, Higel and Garry Wyatt. Manawa Pacific Heartbeat: A Celebration of Contemporary Maori & Northwest Coast Art. A spectacular collection of works from the Native Peoples of New Zealand and the Northwest Coast, illustrated with color photographs. University of Washington Press, 2006. Stiff covers. $35.00

  1014. Red Corn, Charles H. A Pipe For February. A novel tracing the experiences of a young Osage in the 1920s. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $29.95

  1015. Red Hat, William Wayne, Jr. William Wayne Red Hat Jr.: Cheyenne Keeper of the Arrows. Edited by Sibylle M. Schlesier. Biography of the man who protects the sacred possessions of the Cheyenne people and serves his tribe as a revered cultural authority. The Arrow Keeper also oversees andmaintains the tribe's spiritual connection to the land. University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $21.95

  1016. Reflections on American Indian History: Honoring the Past, Building a Future. Edited by Albert L. Hurtado, introduction by Wilma Mankiller. A collection of essays by five leading scholars important for those interested in the future of Native Americans and multicultural America. University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $29.95

  1017. SOLD Reid, John Phillip. A Law of Blood: The Primitive Law of the Cherokee Nation. First published in the early 1970s, this seminal work laid the foundation for later research. New introduction by Gordon Morris Bakken. Northern Illinois University Press, 2006. Soft cover. $26.00

  1018. SOLD Reinhardt, Akim D. Ruling Pine Ridge: Oglala Lakota Politics from the IRA to Wounded Knee. Foreword by Clara Sue Kidwell. Incorporating previously overlooked materials, including tribal council records, oral histories and newspapers, this volume explores the political history of South Dakota's Oglala Lakota reservation during the mid-twentieth century. Texas Tech University Press, 2009. Soft cover. $24.95

  1019. Renville, Mary Butler. A Thrilling Narrative of Indian Captivity: Dispatches from the Dakota War. Edited by Carrie Reber Zeman and Katheryn Zabelle Derounian-Stodola. Foreword by Gwen N. Westerman. This edition rescues from obscurity a crucially important work about the bitterly contested U.S.-Dakota War of 1862. University of Nebraska Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $60.00 *

  1020. Rethinking American Indian History. 1st edition. Edited by Donald L. Fixico. In this book, seven leading scholars address the complex challenges of understanding over 500 Indian Tribes as they see themselves. University of New Mexico, 1997. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1021. Reyes, Lawney L. White Grizzly Bear's Legacy: Learning to Be Indian. The history of the author's family and his people, the Sin Aikst, known as the Lakes tribe, absorbed into the Colville Confederated Tribes of eastern Washington. University of Washington Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $23.95

  1022. SOLD Reyhner, Jon and Jeanne Eder. American Indian Education: A History. First comprehensive history of the American Indian education in the U.S. from colonial times to the present. University of Oklahoma Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $29.95

  1023. Reyhner, Jon and Jeanne Eder. A History of Indian Education. Recounts the efforts by missionaries and the federal government to “civilize” Native Americans and their efforts to resist or cooperate. Eastern Montana College, 1989. Soft cover. $10.00

  1024. Rice, Ed. Baseball's First Indian Louis Sockalexis: Penobscot Legend, Cleveland Indian. Explores the brilliant but too-brief major league career of the "Deerfoot of the Diamond" at the end of the 1890s, and Sockalexis return to the reservation in Main where he continued as a baseball coach and umpire. Tide-Mark, 2003. Dust jacket. $24.95

  1025. Rice, Julian. Black Elk's Story: Distinguishing Its Lakota Purpose. Rice points beyond Black Elk Speaks by Neihardt, to an increased awareness of difference between Christianity and the Lakota spiritual tradition. University of New Mexico Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $35.00

  1026. Rice, Julian. Ella Deloria's Iron Hawk. Story traces the development of an Oglala culture hero. Story in both Lakota and English. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1993. Soft cover. $16.95

  1027. Richter, Daniel K. Facing East from Indian Country : a Native History of Early America. Compact and highly readable; a scholarly synthesis of American Indian history to the early nineteenth century. Harvard University Press, 2001. Soft cover. $24.00

  1028. Ridington, Robin and Jillian Ridington. When You Sing It Now, Just Like New: First Nations Poetics, Voices, and Representations. A collection of essays about sharing and hearing stories with the First Nations. University of Nebraska Press, 2006. Soft cover. $24.95

  1029. Rinehart, Frank A. The Face of Courage: The Indian Photographs of Frank A. Rinehart. Introduction by Royal Sutton, with illustrations by Derek Fitz James. Old Army Press, 1972. Dust jacket with minor wear. $95.00

  1030. Rios, Theodore and Kathleen Mullen Sands. Telling a Good One: The Process of a Native American Collaborative Biography. First comprehensive examination of the process that creates a Native American life story. University of Nebraska Press, 2000. Soft cover. $29.95

  1031. SOLD Rishel, Dr. Jonas. The Indian Physician: Containing A New System of Practice Founded on Medical Plants. Together with a description of their properties, localities and method of using and preparing them . Originally published in 1828. Friends of the Libraries of the Ohio State University, 1987. Casebound. $20.00

  1032. Ritzenthaler, Robert. Iroquois False-Face Masks. Illustrated with information on the masks and Native culture. Limited to 1500 copies. Milwaukee Public Museum, 1969. Brown cloth with creme spine. $85.00

  1033. Robes of Splendor: Native American Painted Buffalo Hides. With contributions by George P. Horse Capture, Anne Vitart, Michael Waldberg, and W. Richard West, Jr. First U.S. publication of an extraordinary collection of native American art - ornamental robes made of buffalo hide painted by artists of various Indian tribes and brought to the French kings in the eighteenth century. New Press, 1993. Dust jacket. $25.00

  1034. Robinson, Charles M. III. Satanta: The Life and Death of a War Chief. Foreword by William H. Leckie. Brillantly researched and written biography of the Kowa Chief who was the war-leader of the Warren wagon train massacre but was also the orator and diplomat who did much to publicize the Indian tragedies. 1st edition. State House Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $27.95

  1035. Robinson, Sherry. I Fought a Good Fight: A History of the Lipan Apaches. The history from archeological evidence to the present; tells the story of these plains buffalo hunters and traders, who were among the first to acquire horses and eventually expanded across Texas and into Coahuila. 1st edition. Signed by the author. University of North Texas Press, 2013. Dust jacket. $32.95 *

  1036. Rockefeller, Michael Clark. The Asmat of New Guinea: The Journal of Michael Clark Rockefeller. With his ethnographic notes and photographs made among the Asmat people during two expeditions in 1961. Documented by a pictorial and descriptive catalogue of the objects he collected. Edited with an introduction by Adrian A. Gerbrands. Museum of Primitive Art, 1967. Translucent dust jacket. $200.00

  1037. Roland, Albert. Great Indian Chiefs. The stoy of the Indian people's struggle for survival, told through the lives of nine courageous leaders. Not a library book, but is a library edition binding. 1st printing. Crowell-Collier Press, 1966. Dust jacket. $10.00

  1038. Rollings, Willard H. The Osage: An Ethnohistorical Study of Hegemony on the Prairie-Plains. Presents a detailed examination of changes in Osage society during the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, interweaving historical accounts, cultural anthropology, animal ecology and intrigues of the fur trade and diplomatic history. University of Missouri Press, 1995. Soft cover. $25.00

  1039. Roscoe, Will. Changing Ones: Third and Fourth Genders in Native North America. The author carefully reconstructs the place of roles in traditional tribal cultures and traces their history up to the present, drawing on a series of case studies. 1st edition. Macmillan, 1998. Dust jacket. $24.95

  1040. Rose, Wendy. Lost Copper. Poems, illustrated by the author. Malki Museum Press, 1980. Dust jacket. $15.00

  1041. Rosier, Paul C. Serving Their Country: American Indian Politics and Patriotism in the Twentieth Century. An innovative study that discusses the relationship between race and foreign affairs. Harvard University Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $39.95

  1042. Rountree, Helen C. The Powhatan Indians of Virginia: Their Traditional Culture. History of the Native Americans encountered by the Jamestown colonists. Civilization of American Indians series 193. 2d printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1990. Dust jacket. $17.50

  1043. Rubalcaba, Jill. Uncegila’s Seventh Spot: A Lakota Legend.  Illustrated by Irving Toddy. With an original pen and ink sketch and inscribed by Toddy. Clarion Books, 1995. Dust jacket, oversize. $175.00

  1044. Ruby, Robert H. and John A. Brown. Dreamer-Prophets of the Columbia Plateau: Smohalla and Skolaskin. Foreword by Herman J. Viola. Traces the history of the Ghost Dance and describes the prophets who led the movement until 1889. University of Oklahoma Press,1989. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1045. Ruby, Robert H. and John A. Brown. Dreamer-Prophets of the Columbia Plateau: Smohalla and Skolaskin. Foreword by Herman J. Viola. Traces the history of the Ghost Dance and describes the prophets who led the movement until 1889. University of Oklahoma Press, 2002. Soft cover. $19.95

  1046. SOLD Ruby, Robert H. and John A. Brown. John Slocum and the Indian Shaker Church. University of Oklahoma Press. Dust jacket. $34.95

  1047. Ruby, Robert H. The Oglala Sioux: Warriors in Transition. New Introduction by Cary C. Collins. Originally printed in 1955, was written by a doctor who lived on the Pine Ridge Reservation to oversee the health needs of the Sioux. It presents a vibrant picture of life on the reservation then. 1st Nebraska printing. University of Nebraska Press, 2010. Soft cover. $14.95

  1048. Ruby, Robert H. and John A. Brown. The Spokane Indians: Children of the Sun. Expanded edition. Forewords by Robert L. Bennett and George Hill with an introduction by Lynn Pankonin. The classic tribal history. University of Oklahoma Press, 2006. Soft cover. $24.95

  1049. Rusco, Elmer R. A Fateful Time: The Background and Legislative History of the Indian Reorganization Act. Discussion on the significance and impact of the 1934 Wheeler-Howard Act. University of Nevada Press, 2000. Creme cloth with blue spine. $35.00

  1050. Rushing, W. Jackson III, ed. After the Storm: The Eiteljorg Fellowship for Native American Fine Art, 2001. This volume celebrates the work of Allan Houser and five contemporary Native American artists. Eiteljorg Museum, 2001. Soft cover. $18.95

  1051. Russell, Karen Kramer. Shapeshifting: Transformations in Native American Art. More than 75 works in a wide range of media and scale are organized into four thematic groups: changing—expanding the imagination; knowing—expressing worldview; locating—exploring identity and place; and voicing—engaging the individual. Peabody Essex Museum, Yale University Press, 2012. Casebound. $65.00

  1052. Rzeczkowski, Frank. Uniting the Tribes: The Rise and Fall of Pan-Indian Community on the Crow Reservation. A groundbreaking work that will change the way we understand tribal development, early reservation life, and pan-Indian identity. University Press of Kansas, 2012. Dust jacket. $39.95

  1053. SOLD Sacred Circles: Two Thousand Years of North American Indian Art. Exhibit catalog organized by Ralph T. Coe. Nelson Gallery of Art - Atkins Museum of Fine Arts. 1977. Soft cover. Light wear and rubbing. $30.00

  1054. Sacred Land : Indian and Hispanic Cultures of the Southwest. 20 postacards in a booklet. Photographed by W. L. Bowers. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1992. Soft cover. $15.00

  1055. SOLD Sajna, Mike. Crazy Horse: The Life behind the Legend. 1st edition. John Wiley & Sons, 2000. Dust jacket. $27.95

  1056. Sajna, Mike. Crazy Horse: The Life behind the Legend. Reprint. Castle Books, 2005. Dust jacket. $15.00

  1057. Sandoz, Mari. Cheyenne Autumn. The story of a band of Cheyenne Indians, including Dull Knife and Little Wolf. 2nd printing. McGraw-Hill, 1953. Brown cloth. $15.00

  1058. Sandoz, Mari. Cheyenne Autumn. The story of a band of Cheyenne Indians who set out from Indian territory to return to their homeland in Yellowstone. University of Nebraska Press, 1992. Soft cover. $16.95

  1059. Sandoz, Mari. These Were the Sioux. Sandoz knew the Sioux first hand - this book is a description and an explaination of their customs and beliefs. 1st edition. Hastings House, 1961. Dust jacket with minor wear. $30.00

  1060. Sandweiss, Martha A. Pictures from an Expedition: Early Views of the American West. A catalogue to accompany the exhibition, September 20, 1978 - January 6, 1979. Expeditions include Lewis and Clark, Long Expedition, Catlin, Bodmer, Miller and Audubon. Yale Center for American Art and Material Culture, 1978. Soft cover. $15.00

  1061. Sargent, Theodore D. The Life of Elaine Goodale Eastman. The story of a woman who traveled west and opened a school on the Great Sioux Reservation in South Dakota - witnessing many monumental events, including the inception of the Ghost Dance religion and the results of the Wounded Knee massacre. She later married Charles Eastman, a Dakota doctor. University of Nebraska Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1062. Satz, Ronald N. American Indian Policy in the Jacksonian Era. A comprehensive, systematic investigation of the federal policy towards Native Americans during the Jacksonian period. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. 1st printing. University of Nebraska Press, 1975. Dust jacket with minor wear and small tear at spine. $40.00

  1063. Sayre, Gordon M. The Indian Chief as Tragic Hero: Native Resistance and the Literatures of America, from Montezuma to Tecumseh. Includes chapters on Metacom, Pontiac, Logan, the Pueblo Revolt and the Natchez. University of North Carolina Press, 2005. Black cloth. $55.00

  1064. Schaaf, Gregory. American Indian Baskets I: 1,500 Artist Biographies c.1770 - present. Foreword by John Kania, assisted by Angie Yan Schaaf. This volume profiles over 1,500 Indian basketmakers from all tribes over the past two centuries. American Indian Art Series: volume 6. Signed by the author. 1st edition. CIAC Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $65.00

  1065. Schaaf, Gregory. American Indian Jewelry I: 1,200 Artist Biographies c.1800 - present. This volume profiles over 1,200 Indian jewelers from all tribes over the past two centuries, illustrated with over 2000 photographs. American Indian Art Series: volume 5. Signed by the author. CIAC Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $65.00

  1066. Schaaf, Gregory. American Indian Jewelry II: A-L: 1,800 Artist Biographies c.1800 - present. This is a standard reference for American Indian jewelry, a source for factual information, neatly organized and lavishly illustrated in full color. This is not a revision of the bestseller, American Indian Jewelry I, but a completely new manuscript, organized in two volumes, A to L and M to Z. Included are two new features, a Hallmark Directory and a Natural Turquoise Directory. American Indian Art Series: volume 5. Signed by the author. CIAC Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $70.00

  1067. Schaaf, Gregory. American Indian Textiles: 2,000 Artist Biographies c.1800 - present. A tremendous resource on the Indian artists who work in textiles. American Indian Art Series. 1st edition. CIAC Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $50.00

  1068. Schaaf, Gregory. Wampum Belts & Peace Trees: George Morgan, Native Americans and Revolutionary Diplomacy. 1st edition. Using documents, as well as letters exchanged between Morgan and George Washington, John Hancock and other notables of the period, Schaaf tells the full story of the relationship between the American rebels and the Native Americans. Fulcrum, 1990. Dust jacket. $27.95

  1069. Schaefer, Stacy B. To Think With a Good Heart: Wixarika Women, Weavers, and Shamans. Fascinating journey into a realm of ancient beliefs and traditions woven into the story of a way of life for the Huichol Indians in western Mexico. University of Utah Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $35.00

  1070. Scherer, Joanna Cohan. A Danish Photographer of Idaho Indians: Benedicte Wrensted. Foreword by Bonnie C. Wuttunee-Wadsworth. Exhaustively researched study which adds a new and compelling chapter to the history of women photographers in the American West - who photographed the Shoshone and Bannock Indians. University of Oklahoma Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $29.95

  1071. Scherer, Joanna Cohan with Jean Burton Walker. Indians: The Great Photographs that Reveal North American Indian Life, 1847-1929, from the Unique Collection of the Smithsonian Institution. Photographs of Native Americans from across the United States by well-known photographers and those whose names are lost. Crown, 1973. Dust jacket. $25.00

  1072. Schiffer, Nancy N. Indian Dolls with Values. Illustrated. Over 150 different dolls are grouped according to their geographical origins. Schiffer, 1997. Soft cover, oversize. $19.95

  1073. Schiffer, Peter N. Indian Jewelry on the Market. A visual catalog of Indian jewelry for sale with prices when the book was published. Fully illustrated. Schiffer, 1996. Soft cover. $19.95

  1074. Schlick, Mary Dodds. Columbia River Basketry: Gift of the Ancestors, Gift of the Earth. The story of the weavers who at the time of European contact lived along the Columbia River, exploring the cultural divsions and relationships among Indian groups. University of Washington Press. Soft cover. $35.00

  1075. Schlick, Mary Dodds. Coming to Stay: A Columbia River Journey. Memoirs of Schlick who moved to the Colville Indian Reservation in 1950. Contains stories and her connections with the Native Americans on the Colville, Yakama and Warm Springs reservations. Oregon Historical Scoiety Press, 2006. Soft cover. $22.50

  1076. Schmitt, Martin F. and Dee Brown. Fighting Indians of the West. Pictorial history book. Bonanza Books, Dust jacket missing top half of front cover. $30.00

  1077. Scholder, Fritz. Random Thoughts and Memories. Miniature book with thoughts by the Indian artist. ARC Press, 1979. White cloth with black spine. $20.00

  1078. Scholder, Fritz. Random Thoughts and Memories. Miniature book with thoughts by the Indian artist. Limited edition of 100 numbered copies with original lithograph laid in, signed by the author / artist. Printed at the Stinehour Press. ARC Press, 1979. Leather binding, silk endsheets in marble-covered slipcase. $150.00

  1079. SOLD Schultz, Duane. Over the Earth I Come: The Great Sioux Uprising of 1862. In this well-researched and insightful narrative, Schultz uncovers the events and injustices that sparked this violent uprising. St. Martin's Press, 1992. Dust jacket. $21.95

  1080. SOLD Schwartz, E.A. The Rogue River Indian War and Its Aftermath, 1850-1980. 1st edition. This history of the native peoples of western Oregon is a sympathetic study of the formation, application, and effects of United States Indian policy. University of Oklahoma Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $34.95

  1081. SOLD Schwarz, Gregory C. Patterns of Life, Patterns of Art: The Rahr Collection of Native American Art. With an essay by Barbara A. Hail. Contains examples of traditional art of the Plains and Northern Woodlands Indians. Illustrated with photographs. University Press of New England, 1987. Black cloth. $50.00

  1082. Schweinfurth, Kay Parker. Prayer On Top of the Earth: The Spiritual Universe of the Plains Apaches. 1st edition. Based upon the extensive field notes of William E. Bittle. University Press of Colorado, 2002. Dust jacket. $29.95

  1083. SOLD The Scriver Blackfoot Collection: Repatriation of Canada's Heritage. Edited by Philip H. R. Stepney and David J. Goa. Foreword by the Honourable Doug Main, Minister of Culture and Multiculturalism. Contains illustrations and essays on the Blackfoot culture and history. Provincial Museum of Alberta, 1990. Soft cover. $30.00

  1084. Scriver, Bob. The Blackfeet: Artists of the Northern Plains: Scriver Collection of Blackfeet Indian Artifacts and Related Objects, 1894-1990. Illustrated art work by the Plains Indians. Spine loose. Lowell Press, 1990. Dust jacket. $200.00

  1085. Semalle, Rene de. Considerations on the Establishment in the Indian Territoy of a New State of the American Union. Printed in English. Concerns the creation of the Oklahoma Territory. Versailles, E. Aubert, 1876. Blue wraps, with lower right corner torn away, but text in tact, pages loose. $50.00

  1086. Senier, Siobhan. Voices of American Indian Assimilation and Resistance: Helen Hunt Jackson, Sarah Winnemucca, and Victoria Howard. A refreshing look at women writers during a very important period in Native American and American women's histories. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $29.95

  1087. Senier, Siobhan. Voices of American Indian Assimilation and Resistance: Helen Hunt Jackson, Sarah Winnemucca, and Victoria Howard. A refreshing look at women writers during a very important period in Native American and American women's histories. 1st printingt. University of Oklahoma Press/Red River. 2003. Soft cover. $17.95

  1088. SOLD Seton, Ernest Thompson, comp. The Gospel of the Red Man: An American Bible. The way of life, the beliefs and culture of the original people of this continent preserved for posterity by America's greatest authority on the American Indian. Previous owner's signature on front endsheet. 1st edition. Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1936. Dust jacket. $95.00

  1089. Seton, Ernest Thompson and Julie Seton, comp. The Gospel of the Red Man: A Way of Lie. The way of life, the beliefs and culture of the American Indian. Previous owner's label on inside front cover. Seton Village, 1966. Soft cover. $5.00

  1090. SOLD Seton, Julia M. American Indian Arts: A Way of Life. 1st ed. New York: Ronald Press Co., 1962. 246 p. Dust Jacket. $45.00

  1091. Seymour, Flora Warren. Indian Agents of the Old Frontier. The history of the Indian agents from pre-Civil War days down to the present. 1st edition. D. Appleton-Century Co., 1941. Dust jacket chipped at top edges. $75.00

  1092. Seymour, Flora Warren. The Story of the Red Man. History o f the Native Americans from Chief Pontiac to Wounded Knee. 1st edition. Longmans, Green, 1929. Black cloth, gilt on spine worn away. $27.50

  1093. Seymour Sioux wraps Seymour, Flora Warren. The Story of the Sioux Indians. Edited by E. Haldeman-Julius. Little Blue Book no. 756. List of other Little Blue Books at the back. Haldeman-Julous Co. Wraps, with chips on front and back cover. $10.00

  1094. SOLD Shannon, Timothy J. Iroquois Diplomacy on the Early American Frontier. A riveting story of intricate, sometimes deceptive political maneuvering, the kind of diplomacy on which the very way of life of the Iroquois depended. Penguin Library of American Indian History. Viking, 2008. Dust jacket. $22.95

  1095. Shearar, Cheryl. Understanding Northwest Coast Art: A Guide to Crests, Beings and Symbols. Introduction to the artwork for the Northwest Coast. University of Washington Press, 2000. Soft cover. $17.95

  1096. Shoemaker, Nancy. American Indian Population Recovery in the Twentieth Century. Shoemaker's analysis of social, cultural, and economic implications of the family and demographic patterns fueling the recovery compares five differnet Indian groups and studies how and why American Indians have recovered. 1st edition. University of New Mexico, 1999. Dust jacket. $39.95

  1097. Shoemaker, Nancy. American Indian Population Recovery in the Twentieth Century. Shoemaker's analysis of social, cultural, and economic implications of the family and demographic patterns fueling the recovery compares five differnet Indian groups and studies how and why American Indians have recovered. University of New Mexico, 2000. Soft cover. $16.95

  1098. Shuck-Hall, Sheri Marie. Journey to the West: The Alabama & Coushatta Indians. The first book to examine these people over such an extensive period, telling how they built and maintained their sovereignty despite five hundred years of change. Blends oral tradition, archaeological data and archival sources. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $34.95

  1099. Shurts, John. Indian Reserved Water Rights: The Winters Doctrine in its Social and Legal Context, 1880s - 1930s. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $39.95

  1100. Sider, Gerald. Living Indian Histories: Lumbee and Tuscarora People in North Carolina. With a new preface by the author. Important interesting study on Indian-white relations. University of North Carolina Press, 2003. Soft cover with staining on side edge. $22.50

  1101. Sides, Dorothy Smith. Decorative Art of the Southwestern Indians. With annotations by Clarice Martin Smith and a foreword by Frederick Webb Hodge. Gathered together and redrawn in black and white nearly 300 examples of the finest authentic Southwestern Indian decornation. Reprint. Dover Publications. Soft cover. $8.95

  1102. SOLD Siebert, Erna and Werner Forman. North American Indian Art: Masks, Amulets, Wood Carvings and Ceremonial Dress from the North-West Coast. Illustrated with text describing the various artifacts. Paul Hamlyn, 1967. Dust jacket. $40.00

  1103. Silberman, Arthur. 100 Years of Native American Painting. Exhibition catalog March - April 1978. Introduction by Jamake Highwater. Oklahoma Museum of Art, 1978. Embossed cover. $30.00 *

  1104. Silbernagel, Robert. Troubled Trails: The Meeker Affair and the Explusion of Utes from Colorado. Foreword by Floyd A. O'Neil. A balanced account based on historical facts detailing the removal of the Utes from their reservation in Colorado in 1879. University of Utah Press, 2011. Soft cover. $24.95

  1105. Silliman, Stephen W. Lost Laborers in Colonial California: Native Americans and the Archaeology of Rancho Petaluma. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $39.95

  1106. SOLD Simmons, Virginia McConnell. The Ute Indians of Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico. A detailed and accurate account of the Ute Indians from their first contact with the Spanish and their forced lives on reservations. 1st printing. University Press of Colorado, 2000. Dust jacket. $29.95

  1107. The Sioux in South Dakota History: A Twentieth-Century Reader. Edited by Richmond L. Clow. Thirteen essays taken from the pages of South Dakota History a quarterly journal which explore modern American Indian political and cultural life. South Dakota StateHistorical Society Press, 2007. Soft cover. $18.95

  1108. Sioux Indian Religion. 1st edition. Edited by Raymond J. DeMallie and Douglas R. Parks. Illustrations by Arthur Amiotte. These essays by tribal religious leaders, scholars, and other members of the Sioux communities in North and South Dakota deal with Sioux ritual and relation to history, tradition, and the mainstream of American life. University of Oklahoma Press, 1987. Dust jacket. $35.00

  1109. Sioux Indian Religion. Edited by Raymond J. DeMaillie, Raymond J. and Douglas R. Parks. A collection of essays stemming from a 1982 symposium. An exploration of the various religious traditions of the Sioux, viewing them from both historical and contemporary perspectives. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $19.95

  1110. Skogen, Larry C.  Indian Depredation Claims, 1796-1920. In 1796, Congress created the depredation claims system to compensate Indians and setters for the loss of property. Skogen examines claims filed by non-Indians to review the distinction between ideals and reality. Presentation copy to Bob Trennert signed by the author. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1996. Dust jacket. $15.00

  1111. Skolnick, Sharon and Manny Skolnick. Where Courage is Like a Wild Horse: The World of an Indian Orphanage. Story of an Apache girl from Oklahoma and her experiences in foster homes and orphanages. University of Nebraska Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $25.00

  1112. SOLD Slater, Eva. Panamint Shoshone Basketry: An American Art Form. A visual history of the Indians and baskets made in Death Valley. 1st edition. 2000. Oversize soft cover. $25.00

  1113. Slover, James Anderson. Minister to the Cherokees: A Civil War Autobiography. Encompassing eighty-three years, Slover gives us a vivid picture of life as the first Southern Baptist missionary to the Cherokee Nation. University of Nebraska Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $47.50

  1114. Smead, W. H. Land of the Flatheads: A Sketch of the Flathead Reservation, Montana: Its past and Present Its Hopes and Possibilities for the Future. Written by the U.S. Indian Agent in chage of the reservation. Color fold out map in the book. First page tearing from spine. Previous owner's name on front inside sheet and on map. 1st edition. Pioneer Press, 1905. Dark decorated stiff boards. $200.00

  1115. Smith, Chadwick Corntassel, Rennard Strickland and Benny Smith. Building One Fire: Art + World View in Cherokee Life. A unique look at Cherokee art through the lens of Cherokee philosophy, containing more than 200 artworks by 80 artists. Cherokee Nation, 2010. Dust jacket, oblong. $24.95

  1116. Smith, Daniel Blake. An American Betrayal: Cherokee Patriots and the Trail of Tears. A vivid and authoritative account of a tragic chapter in American history: the Cherokees' removal and the murderous reprisals that followed. 1st edition. Henry Holt, 2011. Dust jacket. $28.00

  1117. Smith, David Lee. Folklore of the Winnebago Tribe. Stories from the oral tradition of the Ho-Chunk, ranging from creation myths to trickster stories to animal tales. University of Oklahoma Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $22.95

  1118. Smith, F. Todd. The Caddos, the Wichitas, and the United States 1846-1901. Examines the relationship of these two tribes with the federal government and the state of Texas. 1st printing. Texas A&M University Press, 1996. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1119. Smith, Huston. A Seat at the Table: Huston Smith in Conversation with Native Americans on Religious Freedom. Edited and with a preface by Phil Cousineau with assistance from Gary Rhine. A discussion with ten influential American Indian spiritual and political leaders who talk about their 500 year struggle for religious freedom. University of California Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $24.95

  1120. Smith, J. G. E. Artic Art: Eskimo Ivory. Exhibit catalog containing text and illustrations of the Eskimo art and artifacts. Museum of the American Indian, 1980. Oversize soft cover. $30.00

  1121. Smith, Monte and Michele VanSickle. Traditional Bead & Leather Crafts: Bags, Pouches and Containers. Complete illustrated instructions on all the basics of beadwork and leather crafts of the American Indians. Eagle's View Publishing Co., 1986. Soft cover. $9.95

  1122. Smoak, Gregory E. Ghost Dances and Identity: Prophetic Religion and American Indian Ethnogenesis in the Ninteenth Century. An innovative cultural history examines wide-ranging issues of religion, politics, and identity. University of California Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $44.95

  1123. Snake, Reuben. Your Humble Serpent: Indian Visionary and Activist. 1st edition. As told to Jay C. Fikes. Foreword by James Botsford. Afterword by Walter Echo-Hawk. Reuben Snake as an activist, educator, and political, and spiritual leader, was a potent force for politcal change, preservation of cultural traditions, and justice for all indigenous peoples. Clear Light, 1996. Dust jacket. $24.95

  1124. Snell, Alma Hogan. A Taste of Heritage: Crow Indian Recipes & Herbal Medicines. Drawing on the knowledge and wisdom of countless generations of Crown Indian women, this is an indispensable guide to the traditional lore, culinary uses, and healing properties of native foods. University of Nebraska Press, 2006. Soft cover. $17.95

  1125. Snelling, William Joseph. Tales of the Northwest. A widely read collection of ten stories realistically portraying the Dakota Indians in the present upper Midwestern United States. Snelling had recorded his experiences among the Indians to preserve the memory of traditional Native American life. Dust jacket. Dorset Press, 1985. $30.00

  1126. Sneve, Virginia Driving Hawk. The Chichi Hoohoo Bogeyman. With a new introduction by the author. The story of three young Indian girls who encounter a stranger. Illustrated by Nadema Agard. New edition. University of Nebraska Press, 2008. Soft cover. $9.95

  1127. Sneve, Virginia Driving Hawk. The Trickster and the Troll. A legendary story of how Iktomi, a Lakota trickster and a troll from Norway meet and become competitors and friends. University of Nebraska Press, 1999. Soft cover. $12.95

  1128. Snodgrass, Jeanne O., comp. American Indian Painters: A Biographical Directory. Contributions from the Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation vol. XXI, part 1. Hey Foundation, 1968. Soft cover. $25.00

  1129. A Song for the Horse Nation: Horses in Native American Cultures. Edited by George P. Horse Capture and Emil Her Many Horses, with additional essays by Herman J. Viola and Linda R. Martin. Illustrated testament to the enduring importance of the horse to the American Indian. Contains information on Plains and Southwest tribes. National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution, 2006. Hard cover wraps. $16.95

  1130. Sonne, Conway B. World of Wakara. Illustrated by Tom Jones and George Hughey. History of the early settlement of the far West and Southwest, focusing on the Ute Indians and the interaction with the Mormons. 1st edition. Dust jacket missing large chip in upper left front corner, price clipped. Naylor Co., 1962. Dust jacket. $25.00

  1131. Sovereign Bones: New Native American Writing vol. II. Edited by Eric Gansworth with a foreword by Oren Lyons. Collection of essays on the key role that writers and visual artists have played in the struggle of native peoples to retain their separate identies. Nation Books, 2007. Soft cover. $17.95

  1132. Speak to Me Words: Essays on Contemporary American Indian Poetry. 1st edition. Edited by Dean Rader and Janice Gould. This book is the first collection of essays on the genre, bringing poetry out from under the shadow of fiction in the study of Native American Literature. University of Arizona, 2003. Soft cover. $24.95

  1133. Spencer, Paul Underwood. Who Speaks for Wolf: A Native American Learning Story As Told to Turtle Woman Singing by her Father, Sharp-eyed Hawk. Paintings by Frank Howell. Presentation copy signed by author and slip signed by Howell. Tribe of Two Press, 1983. Tan cloth with pasted paper cover. $25.00

  1134. Spider Woman's Granddaughters: Traditional Tales and Contemporary Writing by Native American Women. Edited with an introduction by Paul Gunn Allen. Voices of seventeen women telling stories of their traditions and culture. Beacon Press, 1989. Dust jacket. $18.50 *

  1135. Spider Woman's Granddaughters: Traditional Tales and Contemporary Writing by Native American Women. Edited with an introduction by Paul Gunn Allen. Voices of seventeen women telling stories of their traditions and culture. Fawcett Columbine, 1990. Soft cover with some wear. $10.00 *

  1136. OLD Sprague, John T. The Origin, Progress, and Conclusion of the Florida War. A reproduction of the 1848 edition, written by the captain of the U.S. Infantry, detailing the Second Seminole War that lasted from 1835 to 1845. University of Tampa Press, 2000. Soft cover. $30.00

  1137. Stadius, Martin. Dreamers: On the Trail of the Nez Perce. Stadius tells the story of the "Dreamers" faction of the Nez Perce who fled their homeland in eastern Oregon and central Idaho in 1877 and follows the route in his automobile. 1st edition. Caxton Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $24.95

  1138. St. Germain, Jill. Indian Treaty-Making Policy in the United States and Canada 1867-1977. Examines both nations treaty-making policies, comparing and contrasting several of the treatis wth the Sioux, Cheyenne, Kiowa, Comanche and the Cree, Ojibwa and Blackfoot in Canada. University of Nebraska Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1139. St. Pierre, Mark. Of Uncommon Birth: Dakota Sons in Vietnam. Story of two young mn, one white, one Indian, caught up in the Vietnam War. University of Oklahoma Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $24.95

  1140. Stamm, Henry E., IV. People of the Wind River: The Eastern Shoshones 1825-1900. The first comprehensive history of the Eastern Shoshones, drawn from primary documents, federal records and interviews. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $20.00

  1141. Standing Bear, Luther. Land of the Spotted Eagle. Foreword by Richard N. Ellis. Introduction by Joseph Marshall III. Personall reminiscences and anecdotes of on the Pine Ridge Sioux Reservation. New edition. University of Nebraska Press, 2006 Soft cover. $12.95 *

  1142. Standing Bear, Luther. My Indian Boyhood. Illustrated by Rodney Thomson. Introduction by Delphine Red Shirt. Stories of native beliefs and interpretations. New edition. University of Nebraska Press, 2006. Soft cover. $11.95 *

  1143. SOLD Standing Bear, Luther. My People the Sioux.  Edited by E. A. Brininstool with an introduction by William S. Hart. Autobiographical account of his tribe and tribesmen. Illustrated with drawings by the author and photographs. 1st edition. Houghton Mifflin, 1928. Dust jacket with small tears and wear on edges. $150.00

  1144. Standing Bear, Luther. My People the Sioux.  Edited by E. A. Brininstool with an introduction by Richard N. Ellis and a new introduction for Bison by Virgini Driving Hawk Sneve. Autobiographical account of his tribe and tribesmen. New edition. University of Nebraska Press, 2006. Soft cover. $14.95 *

  1145. Standing Bear, Luther. Stories of the Sioux. Illustrated by Herbert Morton Stoops. Introduction by Frances Washburn. Stories which will acquaint the reader with the culture and lore of the Sioux. New edition. University of Nebraska Press, 2006 Soft cover. $9.95 *

  1146. Standing Bear, Luther. Stories of the Sioux. Illustrated by Herbert Morton Stoops. Stories which will acquaint the reader with the culture and lore of the Sioux. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $5.95

  1147. Stannard, David E. American Holocaust: The Conquest of the New World. Describes the mass destruction of New world societies that followed in the wake of European contact. 1st printing. Oxford University Press, 1992. Soft cover. $15.00

  1148. Starita, Joe. The Dull Knifes of Pine Ridge: A Lakota Odyssey. 1st edition. True story of a century of Lakota Sioux life told throught the voices of a single family The Dull Knifes of Pine Ridge, South Dakota. G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1995. Dust jacket. $24.95

  1149. SOLD Starita, Joe. "I am a Man" Chief Standing Bear's Journey for Justice. The compelling story of Ponca Chief Standing Bear and the relationship of white and Indian. BOMC. St. Martin's Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $26.95

  1150. Steber, Rick. Indians: Volume 3 Oregon Country Series. Different stories by this newspaper columnist. Bonanza, 1987. Red wraps. $12.00

  1151. Steele, Ian K. Warpaths: Invasions of North America. Provides a sweeping history of the numerous European invasions of North America, painting a dramatic portrait of centuries of warfare. 1st edition. Oxford University Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $25.00

  1152. Steele, Phillip. The Last Cherokee Warriors. Documents the lives of Ned Christie and Ezekiel Proctor. 2nd edition. Pelican, 1987. Soft cover. $15.00

  1153. Steltenkamp, Michael F. Nicholas Black Elk: Medicine Man, Missionary, Mystic. Biography of the Lakota medicine man that missed previous information, downplayed or buried interest aspects of Black Elk's life. University of Oklahoma Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $24.95

  1154. Stewart, Hilary. Cedar: Tree of Life to the Northwest Coast Indians. Explains through vivid descriptions and over 600 drawings and photographs, the tools and techniques used to make objects for daily and ceremonial life. Douglas & McIntyre. 1984. Soft cover. $30.00

  1155. Stewart, Hilary. Indian Fishing: Early Methods on the Northwest Coast. History of the ways Native Americans caught fish; illustrated with over 450 drawings showing the various hooks, lines, clubs, floats, etc. they used. University of Washington Press, 1982. Soft cover. $30.00

  1156. Stewart, Omer C. A Peyote Religion: A History. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $24.95

  1157. SOLD Stiggins, George. Creek Indian History: A Historical Narrative of the Genealogy, Traditions and Downfall of the Ispocoga or Creek Indian Tribe of Indians. 1st edition. Edited by Virginia Pounds Brown. Stiggins writes with firsthand knowledge about the tribes in Alabama, the Alabamas, Natchez, Abekas, Uchees, and others. Contains extensive pencil underlining. Birmingham Public Library Press, 1990. Dust jacket. $25.00

  1158. Storm, Hyemeyohsts. Seven Arrows. The first book about the ancient ways of the Plains people written entirely by an Indian. 1st edition. Harper & Row, 1972. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1159. Storm, Hyemeyohsts. Seven Arrows. The first book about the ancient ways of the Plains people written entirely by an Indian. Ballantine Books, 1978. Soft cover. $15.00

  1160. Storm, Hyemeyohsts. Song of Heyoehkah. The second novel which combines traditional teaching stories of Native Americans with the narrative techniques of a Western novel in the vision quest of Little Wolf. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. 1st edition. Harper & Row, 1981. Dust jacket. $50.00

  1161. Stribling, Mary Lou. Crafts From North American Indian Arts: Techniques, Designs, and Contemporary Applications. Over 700 photographs and drawings of various Indian art forms. Crown publishers, 1975. $20.00

  1162. Strickland, Rennard. Tonto's Revenge: Reflections on American Indian Culture and Policy. 1st edition. Foreword by Charles F. Wilkinson. A passionate attempt to reassess the Indian world view and its importance to all Americans. Calvin P. Horn Lectures in Western History and Culture. University of New Mexico Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $39.95

  1163. Stuart, Paul. Nations Within a Nation: Historical Statistics of American Indians. Data includes population, land base, removal, urbanization, health care and employment. Greenwood Press, 1987. Tan cloth with gold lettering and red labels on cover and spine. $30.00

  1164. Suess, Adolph B. Sketches of the Life of Reverend Pierre-Jean DeSmet, S. J. "Apostle of the Indians." Biographical sketch of the Jesuit, with illustrations. Staining. Buechler Printng.1943. Orange wraps. $12.50

  1165. Sugden, John. Tecumseh: A Life. 1st edition. The product of thirty years of research in North America and Europe, this comprehensive and authoritative biography offers new revelations about every stage of the legendary chief's life by the leading scholar on Tecumseh and the Shawnees. 1st edition. Henry Holt and Company, 1998, Dust jacket. $34.95 *

  1166. Sugden, John. Tecumseh's Last Stand. Comprehensively reconstructed Tecumseh's last days and the events that surrounded the military campaign. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1985. Dust jacket. $25.00

  1167. Sugden, John. Tecumseh's Last Stand. Comprehensively reconstructed Tecumseh's last days and the events that surrounded the military campaign. University of Oklahoma Press, 1989. Soft cover. $19.95

  1168. Sullivan, Beth. "Love Story of an Indian Maiden." (An Indian Legend). Cover Illustrated by Fred Beaver. Yellow wraps. $3.00

  1169. Sullivan, Beth. "The Two Hunters" An Indian Legend. Cover Illustrated by Fred Beaver. Red wraps. $3.00

  1170. Supree, Burton. Bear's Heart: Scenes from the Life of a Cheyenne Artist of One Hundred Years Ago with Pictures by Himself. Written with Ann Ross. Afterword by Jamake Highwater. The story of a Plains Indian who spent time in a military prison in Florida. J.B. Lippincott, 1977. Dust jacket with minor wear. $30.00

  1171. Sutter, Virginia. Tell Me Grandmother: Traditions, Stories, and Cultures of Arapaho People. A biography, autobiography, and stories of two generations of Arapaho women told in the traditional way. University Press of Colorado, 2004. Soft cover. $17.95

  1172. SOLD Svingen, Orlan J. Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation 1877-1900. Niwot, Colo. (1993) $35.00

  1173. Swan, Daniel C. Peyote Religious Art: Symbols of Faith and Belief. An examination of the vibrant traditional and folk arts sinspired with the sacramental use of peyote by members of the Native American Church. Illustrated with historic photographs and artifacts. University Press of Mississippi, 1999. Pictorial casebound. $35.00

  1174. Swann, Brian and Arnold Krupat ed. I Tell You Know: Autobiographical Essays by Native American Writers. 1st edition. A rich diversity of attutude, experience, and literary style can be seen here where Native American writers describe their bittersweet memories of childhood and family life, their fight against prejudice and poverty, their reverence for the land and anger over the rape of it. University of Nebraka, 1987. $25.00

  1175. Swann, Brian, ed. Voices from Four Directions: Contemporary Translations of the Native Literatures of North America. A collection of stories and songs from thirty-one native groups in North America, including Navajo and Western Apache. University of Nebraska Press, 2004. Soft cover. $27.50

  1176. Swann, Brian, ed. Wearing the Morning Star: Native American Song-Poems. With a preface by the author. Originally published in 1996, this collection of Native sons were nearly lost that celebrate the rich and vibrant oral traditions of American Indians. University of Nebraska Press, 2005. Soft cover. $22.00

  1177. Swanton, John R. Indian Tribes of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. Originally printed by the Smithsonian. Limited edition of 739 copies, No. 93. Ye Galleon Press, 1968. Soft cover. $15.00

  1178. SOLD Swanton, John R. Source Material for the Social and Ceremonial Life of the Choctaw Indians. Foreward by Kenneth H. Carleton. Swanton's work on the Choctaw and other southeastern Indian groups is a benchmark in the development of American anthropology and southeastern American Indian studies. University of Alabama Press, 2001. Soft cover. $29.95

  1179. Sweetser, Kate Dickson. Book of Indian Braves. Illutrated by George Alfred Williams. Chapters on Powhatan, Osceola, Sequoyah, King Philip, Joseph of the Nez Perce, Sitting Bull and Pontiac. 1st edition. Harper & Brothers, 1913. Decorated tan cloth with paper label of Chief on the cover. $22.50

  1180. Sweezy, Carl. The Arapaho Way: A Memoir of an Indian Boyhood. 1st edition. Edited by Althea Bass. Introduction by Frank Waters. 22 illustrations in full color by Carl Sweezy. The memoirs of Carl Sweezy, who was one of the last of the thousand full-blooded Arapaho Indians living on a reservatio in Oklahoma. Clarkson N. Potter, 1966. Dust jacket has two small tears. $35.00

  1181. Szabo, Joyce M. Art from Fort Marion: The Silberman Collection. Foreword by Steven L. Grafe. During the 1870s, the Cheyene and Kiowa prisoners of war at Fort Marion, Florida, graphically recorded their responses to incarceration in drawings; a leading authority on American Indian drawings examines the important Silberman Collection that illustrate the artists' fascination with the world outside their own southern plains, their living conditions and survial strategies. Illustrated with the art. University of Oklahoma Press in cooperation with the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, 2008. Dust jacket. $49.95

  1182. Szabo, Joyce M. Art from Fort Marion: The Silberman Collection. Foreword by Steven L. Grafe. During the 1870s, the Cheyene and Kiowa prisoners of war at Fort Marion, Florida, graphically recorded their responses to incarceration in drawings; a leading authority on American Indian drawings examines the important Silberman Collection that illustrate the artists' fascination with the world outside their own southern plains, their living conditions and survial strategies. Illustrated with the art. University of Oklahoma Press in cooperation with the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, 2008. Soft cover oversize. $29.95

  1183. Szabo, Joyce M. Imprisoned Art, Complex Patronage: Plains Drawings by Howling Wolf and Zotom at the Autry National Center. Szabo's examination of the two drawing books by Zotom and HowlingWolf encompasses their origins and the issues surronding their commission as well as what the images say about their creators and their collector. Includes detail photographs of the drawings. School for Advanced Research Press, 2011. Soft cover oversize. $30.00

  1184. Szabo, Joyce M. Howling Wolf and the History of Ledger Art. Illustrated history of the artist and the Plains Indian drawings and paintings on paper. University of New Mexico Press, 1994. Dust jacket oblong. $45.00

  1185. SOLD Szasz, Margaret Connell. Education and the American Indian: The Road to Self-Determination Since 1928. The first full-length treatment of federal Indian education. Revised edition. Copy previously owned by Dr. Robert Trennet. University of New Mexico Press, 1977. Soft cover. $10.00

  1186. Szasz, Margaret Connell. Indian Education in the American Colonies 1607 - 1783. Using archival and published materials, this is a remarkable synthesis of a detailed and engaging story told from both Indian and European perspectives. 1st edition. Signed by the author. University of New Mexico, 1988. Dust jacket. $50.00

  1187. SOLD Szasz, Margaret Connell. Indian Education in the American Colonies 1607 - 1783. With a new introduction by the author. Using archival and published materials, this is a remarkable synthesis of a detailed and engaging story told from both indian and European perspectives. University of Nebraska Press, 2007. Soft cover. $24.95

  1188. Szasz, Margaret Connell. Scottish Highlanders and Native Americans: Indigenous Education in the Eighteenth Century Atlantic World. The first book-length examination of the Society in Scotland for the Propagation of Christian Knowledge, which explores the society's policies of cultural colonialism and their influence on two disparate frontiers. Signed by the author. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $34.95

  1189. Tatanka and the Lakota People: A Creation Story. Illustrated by Donald F. Montileaux. Beautifully illustrated story of the Buffalo Nation. South Dakota State Historical Society Press, 2006. Dust jacket, oblong. $16.95

  1190. Tate, Juanita J.Keel. Edmund Pickens (Okchantubby): First Elected Chickasaw Chief, His Life and Times. Biography of this important leader. Chickasaw Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $24.95

  1191. Tate, Michael L. Indians and Emigrants: Encounters on the Overland Trails. The first book to focus specifically on relations between Indians and emigrants - Tate shows that such incidents were more often characterized by cooperation than by conflict. University of Oklahoma Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $29.95

  1192. Tatum, Lawrie. Our Red Brothers and the Peace Policy of President Ulysses S. Grant. Foreword by Richard N. Ellis. Invaluable source for te history of the Kiowas, Comanches and other tribes, but also the development of federal Indian policy. 1st editio. University of Nebraska Press, 1970. Dust jacket with some wear. $15.00

  1193. Taxay, Don. Money of the American Indians and Other Primitive Currencies of the Americas. Comprehensive study of aboriginal American currency. Illustrated. 1st edition. Nummus Press, 1970. Dust jacket. $25.00

  1194. Taylor, Colin F. Buckskin & Buffalo: The Artistry of the Plains Indians. Provides colorful examples of beadwork, quillwork, painting on buckskin, clothing, shields, etc. Rizzoli, 1998. Dust jacket. $20.00

  1195. Taylor, Colin F. Native American Hunting and Fighting Skills. Superbly illustrated volume focuses on the changing character of American Indian hunting and fighting skills - the tactics, practices, customs and techniques - under the impact of confrontation with the European colonizers and the environmental changes they made. The Lyons Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $22.95

  1196. Taylor, Colin. Native American Weapons. Featuring 155 color photographs and illustrations which describe the weapons made by the American Indians. University of Oklahoma Press. Dust jacket. $24.95

  1197. Taylor, Theodore W. American Indian Policy. Presents a factual description of the several federal agencies, state governments and various organizations and their relationship with Native Americans. Lomond Publications, 1983. Dust jacket with wear on edges. $10.00

  1198. Tchakmakian, Pascal. The Great Retreat: The Nez Perces War in Words and Pictures. Chronicle Books, 1976. Soft cover. $7.50

  1199. Teaching American Indian Students. Edited by Jon Reyhner, with a foreword by Ben Nighthorse Campbell. Comprehensive resource book for educations of American Indians. University of Oklahoma Press, 1994. Soft cover. $19.95

  1200. Teakle, Thomas. The Spirit Lake Massacre. Story of the attack on white settlers in the region of Lake Okoboji and Spirit Lake in 1857 by a band of Indians under the leadership of Inkpaduta. State Historical Society of Iowa, 1918. Red cloth with back cover and last few pages water stained, hinge at back broken. $45.00

  1201. Terrell, John Upton. Black Robe: The Life of Pierre-Jean DeSmet Missionary, Explorer, Pioneer. A saga of courage, faith, and adventure in the Western wilderness. 1st edition. Doubleday & Co., 1964. Dust jacket. $35.00

  1202. Terrell, John Upton. Sioux Trail. First time the story of the Sioux in America is told from their earliest history to their emergence as warriors of the Western buffao plains. McGraw-Hill, 1974. Dust jacket. $15.00

  1203. Terry, Michael Bad Hand. Daily Life in a Plains Indian Village, 1868. The life of the Plains Indians is depicted in full-color photographs and clear, informative text packed with authentic details. Clarion Books, 1999. Presentation copy to Frank McCarthy. Fine in fine dust-jacket. Hardcover. $20.00

  1204. Teuten, Timothy. A Collector's Guide to Masks. Color photographs enhance this guide with prices to masks from around the world. Worldfleet, 1990. Dust jacket, oversize. $10.00

  1205. This Song Remembers: Self Portraits of Native Americans in the Arts. Edited by Jane B. Katz. Twenty Native American artists speak about their work and their lives. Houghton Mifflin Company, 1980. Dust jacket. $20.00

  1206. SOLD Thomas, Prof. Cyrus. The Cherokees in Pre-Columbian Times. An early study of the Cherokees tracing the tribe back to the mound-builders. Fact and Theory Papers. N. D. C. Hodges, 1890. Original dark cloth stiff boards with wear on the edges. $30.00 *

  1207. Thomas, Kenny, Sr. Crow is My Boss: The Oral Life History of a Tanacross Athabaskan Elder. Edited by Craig Mishler, translated by Irene Arnold. The story of a trapper, firefighter, road building, river-freight hauler, and soldier and today a respected elder tribesman living in Alaska. University of Oklahoma Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $32.95

  1208. Thornton, Russell. The Cherokees: A Population History. The author shows the effects of disease, warfare, genocide, miscegnation, removal and relocation, and destruction of traditional lifeways on the Cherokees, charting not only losses but also gains in the population over the centuries. Nebraska Press, 1990. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1209. Thrasher, Anthony Apakark. Thrasher ... Skid Row Eskimo. Cover title: The Three Lives of Thrasher: An Autobiography. Written in collaboration with Gerard Deagle and Alan Mettrick. Griffin House, 1976. Soft cover. $10.00

  1210. Through Indian Eyes: The Untold Story of Native American Peoples. This book offers a new and fascinating look at our common history as the first Americans experienced it - "facing east," as one native writer put it. Reader's Digest Association, Inc, 1995. Fine in good dust-jacket. Hardcover. $10.00

  1211. Tiger, Peggy and Molly Babcock. The Life and Art of Jerome Tiger: War to Peace, Death to Life. Story of Jerome Tiger, a fullblood Creek-Seminole and his incredible art work. 1st trade edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1980. Dust jacket with wear on edges and rubbing. $100.00

  1212. Time-Life Books. The Way of the Warrior. American Indians series. Discusses conflict, the ritual of warfare and tacts of deception and daring, illustrated with photographs and original art. 1993. Red leatherette with pasted paper picture on front cover. $17.00

  1213. Tinker, George E. Spirit and Resistance: Political Theology and American Indian Liberation. Situating Native American religion today and its relationship between Christianity. Fortress Press, 2004. Soft cover. $17.00

  1214. To Honor and Comfort: Native Quilting Traditions. Edited by Marsha L. MacDowell and C. Kurt Dewhurst. Details the long history and contemporary expression of the quiltmaking art, the culmination of a decade of research among Native Hawaiian and North American Indian communities. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $35.00

  1215. Tomkins, William. Universal Indian Sign Language of the Plains Indians of North America . . Illustrations help explain the signs. Cover title: A Cultural Attainment of the First American Universal American Indian Sign Language. Neyenesch Printers, 1970. Soft cover. $15.00

  1216. Tooker, Elisabeth. Lewis H. Morgan on Iroquois Material Culture. An overview of Morgan's life and career, including his archaeological work and field notes. University of Arizona Press, 1994. Soft cover. $20.00

  1217. Torrence, Gaylord. The American Indian Parfleche: A Tradition of Abstract Painting. Over 125 examples of parfleches are identified along with the origin and chronology and examines their aesthetic and utilitarian function. University of Washington Press, 1994. Soft cover oversize. $40.00

  1218. Torrence, Gaylord and Robert Hobbs. Art of the Red Earth People: The Mesquakie of Iowa. Essays on the Native American people and illustrated with examples of their art work. University of Iowa Press, 1989. Soft cover. $65.00

  1219. Townsend, Camilla. Malintzin's Choices: An Indian Woman in the Conquest of Mexico. Biography of the indigenous woman who translated for Hernando Cortex in his dealings with Aztec emperor Moctezuma. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Soft cover. $29.95

  1220. Treasure of the National Museum of the American Indian Smithsonian Institution. Foreword by W. Richard West, Jr. Introduction by Charlotte Heth and texts by Clara Sue Kidwell and Richard W. Hill, Sr. A Tiny Folio edition with color plates showing the work of Native America artists over the years. Abbeville Press, 2005. Pictorial casebound, small. $11.95

  1221. Trenholm, Virginia Cole. The Arapahoes, Our People. Thoughtful study of the Arapahoe way of life. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $29.95 *

  1222. Trenholm, Virginia Cole and Maurine Carley. The Shoshonis: Sentinels of the Rockies. Story of this tribe who resided in the Rockies and Great Plains. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $24.95

  1223. Treuer, Anton. The Assassination of Hole in the Day. A fascinating investigation of the murder of the controversial Ojibew chief in 1868 during a pivotal time in the history of the Ojibew peole. Borealis Books, 2010. Dust jacket. $25.95

  1224. Trexler, Richard C. Sex and Conquest: Gendered Violence, Political Order, and the European Conquest of the Americas. This book delineates the relation between force and sex in social and political institutions. Its subject is male sexual culture in Europe and America at the time of the conquest; its basis is the primary sources of the period. Cornell University, 1999. Dust jacket. $29.95

  1225. Tribal Water Rights: Essays in Contemporary Law, Policy, and Economics. Edited by John E. Thorson, Sarah Britton, and Bonnie G. Colby. Discusses Indian water rights settlement cases. University of Arizona Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $50.00

  1226. Troutman, John W. Indian Blues: American Indians and the Politics of Music, 1879 - 1934. Discusses how music changes history and transform politics within the framework of American Indian history. University of Oklahoma Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $34.95

  1227. Tuchman, Gail. Through the Eye of the Feather: Native American Visions. The vision of the feather is explained in six different tribal backgrounds, Apache, Cherokee, Crow, Navajo, Lakota Sioux, and Algonquian. 1st edition. Gibbs-Smith, 1994. Soft cover. $7.95

  1228. Tuggle, W.O. Shem, Ham & Japheth; The Papers of W. O. Tuggle, Comprising His Indian Diary, Sketches & Observations, Myths & Washington Journal in the Territory & at the Capital, 1879-1882. 1st edition. Edited by Eugene Current-Garcia and Dorothy B. Hatfield. Tuggle's collection of Indian myths recorded directly from chiefs and sympathetic observers is his most significant achievement. University of Georgia Press, 1973. Dust jacket, $20.00

  1229. Turnbaugh, Sarah Peabody and William A. Turnbaugh. Indian Baskets. This handbook thoroughly explores the stunning diversity of North American Indian and Eskimo baskets. Published in collaboration with the Peabody Museum, Harvard University. Schiffer Publishing, 1986. Dust jacket. $75.00

  1230. Turnbaugh, Sarah Peabody and William A. Turnbaugh. Indian Baskets: Now with a Guide to the Values of Indian Baskets. This handbook thoroughly explores the stunning diversity of North American Indian and Eskimo baskets. Contains 2004 value guide. Revised price guide. Published in collaboration with the Peabody Museum, Harvard University. Schiffer Publisher, 2004. Soft cover. $29.95

  1231. Turner, Geoffrey. Hair Embroidery in Siberia and North America. American Indian art using moose, caribou, reindeer and horse hair. Occasional Papers on Technology, 7. Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford, 1976. Gray soft cover. $35.00

  1232. Two-Rivers, E. Donald. Survivor's Medicine: Short Stories. 1st edition. In detail, sometines raw and violent, these short stories show how racism and poverty plague the lives of many American Indians. University of Oklahoma Press, 1998. Dust jacket. $24.95

  1233. Tyson, Carl N. The Pawnee People. Copy No. 1209 of a limited 15,000 copies. Autographed by Pawnee Chief Thomas Chapman Jr., "Big Eagle." History of the people with black and white illustrations throughout. With errata sheet. Indian Tribal Series, 1976. Stiff Blue Wraps. $15.00

  1234. Under the Rattlesnake: Cherokee Health and Resiliency. Edited by Lisa J. Lefler, foreword by Susan Leading Fox. Provides a balanced portrait of Cherokee health issues. University of Alabama Press, 2009. Soft cover. $26.95

  1235. SOLD Underwood, Thomas Bryan. Cherokee Legends and the Trail of Tears. From the nineteenth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology. Adapted by Thomas Bryan Underwood. Includes the John Burnett version of the Cherokee removal, courtesy of the Museum of the Cherokee Indian. Cover design and illustrations by Amanda Crowe. McLemore Printing Co., 1979. Soft cover. $7.50

  1236. Unrau, William E. Mixed-Bloods and Tribal Dissolution: Charles Curtis and the Quest for Indian Identity. 1st edition. This book shows that without the cooperation of the mixed-bloods, dispossession of Indian lands by the U.S. Government would have been much more difficult to accomplish. University Press of Kansas, 1989. Dust jacket. $27.50

  1237. Unrau, William E. The Kaw People. Copy No. 5,813 of a limited 15,000 copies. Autographed by Tribal Chair Jesse Mehojah, Jr. Indian Tribal Series, 1975. Stiff Blue Wraps. $15.00

  1238. Unrau, William E. The Rise and Fall of Indian Country, 1825-1855. The first book-length study focuses on the Indian Trade and Intercourse Act of 1834 challenging conventional views. University Press of Kansas, 2007. Dust jacket. $29.95

  1239. SOLD U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners. Third Annual Report, 1871. Extensive material on Arizona and New Mexico. Original Binding, excellent condition. Washington: GPO, 1872. $125.00

  1240. U. S. Congress. Senate. Report to Accompany Bill S. 416. 43rd Cong., 1st Session, Report no. 340. Discussion of expenses of Belle E. Hammond, on the death of Rev. Eben S. Hammond in 1873, appointed Indian agent for the Colorado River Reservation in Arizona. May 11, 1874. Single sheet. $22.00

  1241. Urbanek, Mae. Chief Washakie of the Shoshones. Biography with photographs. Signed by the author. Johnson Publishing Co., 1971. Soft cover, with spine faded. $45.00

  1242. Usner, Daniel H., Jr. Indian Work: Language and Livelihood in Native American History. Highlights the resourcefulness of working Indians in the face of disposession and discrimination; studies the relationship between the Indian cultures and European American ideologies and government. Harvard University Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $49.95

  1243. Ute Indian Arts & Culture: From Prehistory to the New Millenium. Edited by William Wroth. Documents the distinctive culture of the eastern Ute people with text, color illustrations of 139 historic artifacts and over 40 contemporary works we well as numerous historic photographs of Ute Life. Exhibition catalog. Taylor Museum of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 2000. Dust jacket, oversize. $40.00

  1244. Valandra, Edward Charles. Not Without Our Consent: Lakota Resistance to Termination, 1950 - 1959. Foreword by Vine Deloria Jr. The story of the Lakota tribe's efforts to stop the federal government from applying certain laws against the Indian communities. University of Illinois Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $35.00

  1245. SOLD Vaillant, George C. Aztecs of Mexico: Origin, Rise and Fall of the Aztec Nation. A complete and definitive account of one of the world's great civilizations. Doubleday, 1953. Dust jacket with wear and small tears on edges. $15.00

  1246. VanDevelder, Paul. Coyote Warrior: One Man, Three Tribes, and the Trial that Forged a Nation. The epic story of three tribes that saved the Corps of Discovery from starvation, their century long battle to become a nation and the Raymond Cross. Little, Brown & Co., 2004. Dust jacket. $25.95

  1247. VanDevelder, Paul. Coyote Warrior: One Man, Three Tribes, and the Trial that Forged a Nation. University of Nebraska Press, 2005. Soft cover. $19.95

  1248. VanDevelder, Paul. Coyote Warrior: One Man, Three Tribes, and the Trial that Forged a Nation. The epic story of three tribes that saved the Corps of Discovery from starvation, their century long battle to become a nation and the Raymond Cross. 2d edition with a new afterword by the author. University of Nebraska Press, 2009. Soft cover. $19.95

  1249. VanDevelder, Paul. Savages & Scoundrels: The Untold Story of America's Road to Empire Through Indian Territory. This gripping book tells America's story from a new perspective, chronicling the adventures of our forefathers and showing how a legacy of repreated betrayals became the bedrock on which the republic was built. Yale University Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $26.00

  1250. VanStone, James W. Eskimos of the Nushagak River: An Ethnographic History. Study of the Nushagak Eskimo culture through historical change, using field work and primary written sources. University of Washington Press, 1967. Dust jacket with minor wear. $20.00

  1251. Vestal, Stanley. Happy Hunting Grounds. Introduction by Peter J. Powell, illustrated by Frederick Weygold. A thinly disguised fictional story of Plains Indians and life among the Cheyenne. New edition, possible 1st Oklahoma printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1975. Dust jacket. $25.00

  1252. Vestal, Stanley. Sitting Bull: Champion of the Sioux. Powerful biography with new material added from the original edition published in 1932. 1st Oklahoma printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1957. Dust jacket. $50.00

  1253. Vestal, Stanley. Sitting Bull: Champion of the Sioux. Powerful biography with new material added from the original edition published in 1932. 3rd Oklahoma printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1965. Dust jacket with staining on the back. $30.00

  1254. Vestal, Stanley. Sitting Bull: Champion of the Sioux. Powerful biography with new material added from the original edition published in 1932. 1st Oklahoma printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1980. Soft cover. 24.95

  1255. Vickers, Scott B. Native American Identities: From Stereotype to Archetype in Art and Literature. Discusses Laughing Boy and Slim Girl, artistic images of the Pueblo Indian as well as the writing of Frank Waters. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1998. Black cloth. $45.00

  1256. Vincent, Gilbert T. Masterpieces of American Indian Art: From the Eugene and Clare Thaw Collection. Illustrated with photographs by John Bigelow Taylor with descriptions of each piece. Abrams, 1995. Soft cover, oversize. $10.00

  1257. Viola, Herman J. After Columbus: The Smithsonian Chronicle of the North American Indians. In this intimate portrait, encounter the real Indians, peoples whose cherished traditions have endured a mighty upheaval - the peopling of the New World by masses of humanity from the old. 1st edition. Smithsonian Institution, 1990. Dust jacket. $25.00

  1258. Viola, Herman J. Diplomats in Buckskins: A History of Indian Delegations in Washington City. A study of the delegations of tribal representatives who visited Washington primarily between 1800 and 1900, capturing the successes, the defeats, and feelings of the delegates.1st edition. Smithsonian, 1981. Dust jacket. $28.00

  1259. Viola, Herman J. Diplomats in Buckskins: A History of Indian Delegations in Washington City. Foreword by Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell. A study of the delegations of tribal representatives who visited Washington primarily between 1800 and 1900, capturing the successes, the defeats, and feelings of the delegates. Rivilo Books, 1995. Soft cover. $19.95

  1260. Viola, Herman J. Thomas L. McKenney, Architect of America’s Early Indian Policy: 1816-1830. Biography of McKenney’s life and work while also a study of public policy making and administration in the early nineteenth century. Copy previously owned by Dr. Robert Trennert, noted Western historian, with his pencil notations and markings. 1st edition, 1st printing. Swallow Press, 1974. Dust jacket with minor wear. $20.00

  1261. Visions for the Future: A Celebration of Young Native American Artists. Volume 1. Focuses on contemporary Native American artists and shares their views on the twenty-first century while showcasing examples of their work. Native American Rights Fund, Fulcrum Publishing, 2007. Soft cover. $16.95

  1262. Vizenor, Gerald. Fugitive Poses: Native American Indian Scenes of Absence and Presence. Because common representations do not easily convey the immediacy and distinctiveness of Native cultures, they effectively celebrate the absence rather than the presence of the Native. The fugitive poses captured in photographs, portraits, translations, and the like simulate Native peoples rather than reveal them. University of Nebraska, 1998. Dust jacket. $40.00

  1263. Vizenor, Gerald. The Trickster of Liberty: Native Heirs to a Wild Baronage. A classic filled with memorable characters. University of Oklahoma Press, 2005. Soft cover. $14.95

  1264. Vogel, Virgil J. American Indian Medicine. Comprehensive study on the medical aspects of Indian history, folklore, and botany. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $29.95

  1265. von Aderkas, Elizabeth. American Indians of the Pacific Northwest. Illustrated by Christa Hook. This fascinating text describes the ways of life, in peace and war, of both coastal and inland peoples of the region. Men-at-Arms 418. Osprey, 2005. Soft cover. $14.95

  1266. Vuckovic, Myriam. Voices from Haskell: Indian Students between Two Worlds, 1884 - 1928. Drawn from the children's own accounts in letters, diaries and other sources,the book reveals what Haskell's students really thought about the boarding school experience. University Press of Kansas, 2008. Dust jacket. $34.95

  1267. Wade, Edwin L. and Rennard Strickland. Magic Images: Contemporary Native American Art. Includes black and white and color plates. Signed by Strickland. Philbrook Art Center and University of Oklahoma Press, 1981. Soft cover. $30.00

  1268. Wakefield, Sarah F. Six Weeks in the Sioux Tepees: A Narrative of Indian Captivity. Edited, annotated and with an introduction by June Namias. Story of a woman's capture during the 1862 Dakota War. University of Oklahoma Press, 1997. Soft cover. $19.95 *

  1269. Waldman, Carl. Atlas of the North American Indian. 3rd edition. Contains more than 120 color maps that detail migrations, tribal locations, landmarks, reservations and other important settings. Illustrated. Checkmark, 2009. Soft cover oversize. $24.95

  1270. Waldman, Carl. Encyclopedia of Native American Tribes. Illustrations by Molly Braun. A comprehensive reference work discussing more than 150 Indian tribes of North America, as well as prehistoric peoples and civilizations. Facts on File, 1988. Dust jacket, oversize. $40.00

  1271. Walker, Deward E., Jr. The Emergent Native Americans: A Reader in Culture Contact. A selection of articles on the decline, transformation and resurgence of Native Americans. 1st printing, Little, Brown 1972. Dust jacket with minor wear. $10.00

  1272. SOLD Walker, Deward E., Jr. and Daniel N. Matthews. Nez Perce Coyote Tales: The Myth Cycle. Originally published as the Blood of the Monster, this edition contains new material which relates the stories to traditional cultural and social customs. University of Oklahoma Press, 1998. Soft cover. $19.95

  1273. SOLD Walker, James R. Lakota Belief and Ritual. Edited by Raymond J. De Maillie and Elaine A. Jahner. Reviews Walker's life and work, including an autobiographical account of becoming an Oglala medicine man. Another section contains interviews of religious leaders at Pine Ridge. Half title page contains a stamp from the City of Chicago Board of Education, but the book does not have any library markings. University of Nebraska Press, 1982. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1274. Walker, James R. Lakota Belief and Ritual. Edited by Raymond J. De Maillie and Elaine A. Jahner. Reviews Walker's life and work, including an autobiographical account of becoming an Oglala medicine man. University of Nebraska Press, 1991. Soft cover. $16.95 *

  1275. Walker, James R. Lakota Myth. Edited by Elaine A. Jahner. Jahner represents classic examples of Lakota tales, narratives that were known only to a few Ogala holy men, and Walker's literary cycle representing his attempts to systematize all he had learned about Lakota myth. University of Nebraska Press, 1983. Dust jacket. $35.00

  1276. Walker, James R. Lakota Myth. Edited by Elaine A. Jahner. Jahner represents classic examples of Lakota tales, narratives that were known only to a few Ogala holy men, and Walker's literary cycle representing his attempts to systematize all he had learned about Lakota myth. University of Nebraska, 1989. Soft cover. $16.95

  1277. Walker, James R. Lakota Society. Edited by Raymond J. DeMaillie. Presents the primary accounts regarding the camps, bands, kinship systems, beliefs, etc. University of Nebraska Press, 1992. Soft cover. $18.00

  1278. book cover Wallace, Anthony F. C. Jefferson and the Indians: The Tragic Fate of the First Americans. In this landmark history, Wallace explores Jefferson's mind and his thoughts on Native Americans, and his own relationship with frontier fighters, explorers, Indian agents and Indian chiefs. Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1999. Soft cover. $28.00 *

  1279. Wallace, Ernest and E. Adamson Hoebel. The Comanches: Lords of the South Plains. Looks at the life and culture of the Comanche. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $24.95 *

  1280. Wallace, Paul. White Roots of Peace: The Iroquois Book of Life. Illustrated by John Kahionhes Fadden, foreword by Chief Leon Shenandoah with a epilogue by John Mohawk. The teachings of the Peacemaker. Clear Light Publishers, 1994. Dust jacket. $15.00

  1281. SOLD Walstrom, Veryl. My Search for the Burial Sites of Sioux Nation Chiefs. Illustrated with photographs of markers and burial sites. Dageford Publishing, 1995. Soft cover. $17.50

  1282. Walters, Anna Lee. The Spirit of Native America: Beauty and Mysticism in American Indian Art. Color photographs show the work of the American Indians. Chronicle Books, 1989. Soft cover. $25.00

  1283. Walters, Madge Hardin. Early Days and Indian Ways: The Journal of Madge Hardin Walters. Introduction by M. R. Harrington, curator of the Southwest Museum. Story of her time and friendship among the Navajo, Sioux, Bloods and other Native Americans. Great West and Indian Series. 1st edition. Westernlore Press, 1956. Dust jacket. $22.50

  1284. Wardwell, Allen. Objects of Bright Pride: Northwest Coast Indian Art from the American Museum of Natural History. Exhibition catalog with text and illustration on the objects and the formation of the collection. Center of Inter-American Relations, 1978. Soft cover, obersize. $15.00

  1285. Warnock, John and Marva Warnock, ed. Splendid Heritage: Perspectives on American Indian Art. Foreword Robert Redford. Essays by Ted Brasser, Bernadette Brown, Emma Hansen. Fully illustrated catalog of an exhibition curated by Clinton Nagy. University of Utah Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $75.00

  1286. Washburn, Frances. Elsie's Business. A fictional story of a young Dakota woman on the Standing Rock Reservation. University of Nebraska Press, 2006. Soft cover. $17.95

  1287. Washburn, Frances. The Sacred White Turkey. A fictional story of a Lakota medicine woman and her granddaughter - and what about the turkey? University of Nebraska Press, 2010. Soft cover. $15.95

  1288. Waters, Frank. Brave Are My People: Indian Heroes Not Forgotten. Foreword by Vine Deloria, Jr. Chapters on signficant Native Americans, such as Powhatan, Pontiac, Red jacket, Tecumseh, Mangas Coloradas, Manuelito, Chief Joseph and the Warrior Horsemen of the Great Plains. 1st edition. Clear Light Publishers, 1993. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1289. Waters, Frank. Brave Are My People: Indian Heroes Not Forgotten. Foreword by Vine Deloria, Jr. Chapters on signficant Native Americans, such as Powhatan, Pontiac, Red jacket, Tecumseh, Mangas Coloradas, Manuelito, Chief Joseph and the Warrior Horsemen of the Great Plains. Swallow Press, 1998. Soft cover. $14.95

  1290. SOLD Watson, Blake A. Buying America From The Indians: Johnson v. McIntosh and the History of Native Land Rights. This book offers a comprehensive historical and legal overview of Native land rights since the European discovery of the New World. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1291. Weaver, Jace, Craig S. Womack and Robert Warrior. American Indian Literary Nationalism. Foreword by Simon J. Ortiz and afterword by Lisa Brooks. An articulation of literary criticism and what links literature ot Native communities. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Soft cover. $19.95

  1292. Weavers of Tradition and Beauty: Basketmakers of the Great Basin. Text by Mary Lee Fulkerson, photographs by Kathleen Curtis and foreword by Catherine S. Fowler. Provides information from the weavers on gathering the material, technqiues of weaving, and design. Illustrated. University of Nevada Press, 1995. Soft cover. $19.95

  1293. Weber, Ronald L. Emmons's Notes on Field Museum's Collection of Northwest Coast Basketry: Edited with an Ethnoarchaeological Analysis. Fieldiana. Field Museum of Natural History, 1986.Soft cover. $20.00

  1294. Wellman, Paul. Indian Wars and Warriors: East. Young adult history, illustrated by Lorence Bjorklund. Previous owner's stamp on front end sheet. Hougton Mifflin Company, 1959. Dust jacket, worn on edges. $12.50

  1295. Weltfish, Gene. The Lost Universe: Pawnee Life and Culture. A full-length ethnology of the Pawnee written by a field investigator fully conversant with the Pawnee language. University of Nebraska Press, 1977. Soft cover. $12.50

  1296. West, Elliott. The Last Indian War: The Nez Perce Story. An indelible portrait of a people, compelling and movingly told, while presenting it as a window into the wider changes that was transforming the United States. Destined to become a standard for generations to come. Oxford University Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $27.95

  1297. West, Elliott. The Last Indian War: The Nez Perce Story. An indelible portrait of a people, compelling and movingly told, while presenting it as a window into the wider changes that was transforming the United States. Destined to become a standard for generations to come. Oxford University Press, 2009. Soft cover. $17.95

  1298. West, Ian. Portraits of Native Americans. The people shown here are from nine distinct regions and they represent a diversity of cultures and dozens of tribes. Their story is of a people militarily defeated but spiritually and morally unconquered. Smithmark Publishers, 1995. Fine in fine dust-jacket. Hardcover. $12.50

  1299. SOLD Western North American Indian Baskets: From the collection of Clay B. Bedford. Research and illustrations by Rebecca A. Larson. Many color photos of beautiful baskets with detailed information on each. Soft cover. The California Academy of Sciences, 1980. $45.00

  1300. Westerners Brand Book Chicago Corral. Two issues on the Plains Indians: issue 29:2, "Art of the Plains Indians" Father Peter J. Powell reports on his research on Cheyenne and Sioux Culture, April 1972; issue 32:4, "The Plains Indians" Robert L. Munkres summarizes a culture of thirty one tribes based on the horse and buffalo, July-August, 1975. Wraps. $5.00

  1301. Whidden, Lynn. Essential Song: Three Decades of Northern Cree Music. A study of subarctic Cree hunting songs. Detailed ethnomusicology of the northern Cree of Quebec and Manitoba. Includes profiles of the hunters and their songs and accompanied by an original CD of more than fifty Cree hunting songs. Wilfrid Laurier Press, 2007. $85.00

  1302. White, Mary. How to Make Baskets. Step by step guide book on how to make different kinds of baskets and the tools you will need. Hard cover. Double Day, 1902. $25.00

  1303. White, Robert H. Tribal Assets: The Rebirth of Native America. The book focses on the Passamaquoddy of Maine, the Ak-Chin in Arizona, the Mississippi Choctaw and the Warm Springs Confederation of Oregon. 1st edition. Henry Holt, 1990. Dust jacket. $15.00

  1304. Wied, Prince Maximilian zu. People of the First Man: Life among the Plains Indians in Their Final Days of Glory: The Firsthand Account of Prince Maximilian's Expedition up the Missouri River, 1833-34. Edited and designed by Davis Thomas and Karin Ronnefeldt. Watercolors by Karl Bodmer. E. P. Dutton, 1976. Dust jacket. $50.00

  1305. Wildschut, William and John C. Ewers. Crow Indian Beadwork: A Descriptive and Historical Study. Comprehensive study of the beadwork of the Crown Nation from 1905 to contemporary times. Illustrated. Eagle's View Publishing, 1985. Soft cover. $30.00

  1306. Wilfong, Cheryl. Following the Nez Perce Trail: A Guide to the Nee-Me-Poo National Historic Trail with Eyewitness Accounts. The Nez Perce Trail stretches for 1,500 miles from Wallowa Lake, Oregon through Idaho and Yellowstone Park, ending at the Bear Paw Battlefield near Chinook, Montana. This guidebook provides maps, gps coordinates, illustrations and information at the various sites. Oregon State University Press, 1998. Soft cover, oversize with wear. $20.00

  1307. Wilfong, Cheryl. Following the Nez Perce Trail: A Guide to the Nee-Me-Poo Naional Historic Trail with Eyewitness Accounts. 2nd edition, revised and expanded. The Nez Perce Trail stretches for 1,500 miles from Wallowa Lake, Oregon through Idaho and Yellowstone Park, ending at the Bear Paw Battlefield near Chinook, Montana. This guidebook provides maps, gps coordinates, illustrations and information at the various sites. Oregon State University Press, 2006. Soft cover, oversize. $29.98

  1308. Wilkins, David E. and K. Tsianina Lomawaima. Uneven Ground : American Indian Sovereignty and Federal Law. Provides indigenous perspectives on federal Indian policy and law. University of Oklahoma Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $39.95

  1309. Wilkins, Thurman. Cherokee Tragedy: The Ridge Family and the Decimation of a People. The story of the Ridge family and Cherokee tribe from the 1770s. In this Second Edition, Revised, Wilkins addresses the new scholarship of the past fifteen years and reconsiders the important questions raised by the Cherokee history aficionados. 1st printing of University of Oklahoma Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $40.00

  1310. SOLD Wilkinson,Charles. Blood Struggle: The Rise of Modern Indian Nations. A complete accounting of the modern Indian movement. 1st edition. W. W. Norton & Co., 2005. Dust jacket. $26.95

  1311. Will the Time Ever Come? A Tlingit Source Book. Edited by Andrew Hope and Thomas Thornton. Discusses social life and customs. University of Alaska, 2000. Yellow soft cover. $15.00

  1312. SOLD Willoya, William and Vinson Brown. Warriors of the Rainbow: Strange and Prophetic Dreams of the Indian Peoples. Includes art by Tzo Yazzie, Jim Redcorn, Al Momaday, and Clayton Sampson. 3rd printing. Naturegraph Co., 1962. Soft cover. $13.95

  1313. Wilson, Raymond. Ohiyesa: Charles Eastman, Santee Sioux. 1st edition. This study chronicles one of the most highly educated and influential Indians of his time. This study illustrates Eastman's struggle to preserve his Indian identity. even as he rose within the ranks of white society. University of Illinois, 1983. Dust jacket. $20.00

  1314. Wilson, Waziyatawin Angela. Remember This! Dakota Decolonization and the Eli Taylor Natives. With translations from the Dakota text by Wahpetunwin Carolynn Schommer. A departure from other native history because it relies solely on native oral tradition for its primary sources and privileges Dakota language in the text. University of Nebraska Press, 2005. Soft cover. $29.95

  1315. Wisdom of the Native Americans. Edited by Kent Nerburn. Includes the Soul of an Indian and other writings of Ohiyesa and the great speeches of Chief Red Jacket, Chief Joseph and Chief Seattle. New World Library, 1999. Casebound. $17.95

  1316. Wissler, Clark. Indian Cavalcade or Life on the Old-Time Indian Reservations. Describes life and Indian policy by the curator of the American Museum of Natural History. Remains of a pencil drawing on inside front endsheet. Sheridan House, 1938. Decorated tan cloth. $22.50

  1317. Wissler, Clark. Indians of the United States: Four Centuries of Their History and Culture. Part of the American Museum of Natural History Science Series. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. Doubleday, Doran, 1940. Creme decorated cloth on spine and cover withy minor staining. $15.00

  1318. Wissler, Clark and D. C. Duvall, comp. & trans. Mythology of the Blackfoot Indians. Original Bison introduction by Alice Beck Kehoe and new introduction by Darrell Kipp. 2d edition. Collection of early narratives first published in 1908. University of Nebraska Press, 2007. Soft cover. $15.95 *

  1319. Wissler, Clark. North American Indian Beadwork Designs. Reprint of 1919 American Museum of Ntural History Guide Leaflet. Identifies various Indian designs. Dover. Wraps, oversize. $3.50

  1320. Wissler, Clark. North American Indians of the Plains. American Museum of Natural History, Handbook Series No. 1, third edition, second printing. 1934. Decorated brown cover with discoloration. $20.00

  1321. Wood, Nancy. When Buffalo Free the Mountains: The Survival of America's Ute Indians. 1st edition. Black and white illustrations by the author. The author presents a stunning indictment of United States policy and behavior toward its Native Americans; but points out that some of the blame must be accepted by the Indians themselves. Doubleday, 1980. $27.50

  1322. Wood, Norman B. Lives of Famous Indian Chiefs: From Cofachiqui, the Indian Princess, and Powhatan, Down to and Including Chief Joseph and Geronimo. Also has a chapter on Sitting Bull. Illustrated. American Indian Historical Publishing Co., 1906. Red decorated cloth, with top of spine missing, staining and wear. $40.00

  1323. Woodward, Arthur. Indian Trade Goods. Illustrated with information on the types of goods used by Native Americans. Binfords & Mort, Oregon Archaeologica Society, 1967. Soft cover oversize. $12.50

  1324. Woodward, Grace Steele. The Cherokees. Among the best studies done on one of the Five Civilized Tribes. 8th printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1984. Soft cover. $24.95

  1325. newWoody Crumbo. Contributions By: Robert Perry, Minisa Crumbo Halsey, Ruthe Blalock Jones, Carole Klein, Kimberly Roblin. Photograph by Robert S. Cross. The Gilcrease Museum has the honor of possessing the largest extant body of Crumbo's delightful and finely crafted work, which is celebrated and interpreted within the pages of this book. Gilcrease Museum, University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. Soft cover. $24.95

  1326. SOLD Work, L. Susan. The Seminole Nation of Oklahoma: A Legal History. Foreword by Lindsay G. Robertson. Traces the Seminoles' story from their removal to Indian Territory in the late nineteenth century to the new challenges of the twenty-first century, decribing the onslaught of federal alws that have affected the government and citizens of the Seminole Nation. University of Oklahoma Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1327. Wray, Jacilee, ed. From the Hands of a Weaver: Olympic Peninsula Basketry Through Time. Foreword by Jonathan B. Jarvis. Presents the traditional art of basket making among the northwestern Washington Native Americans and describes the ancient, historic, and modern practices of the craft. Abundantly illustrated, the book also showcases the basketry collection of Olympic National Park. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1328. Wright, Muriel H. A Guide to the Indian Tribes of Oklahoma. Lists alphabetically the tribes within the state in an encyclopedic treatment, providing information on the tribal name, linguistic stock, physical characteristics, brief history and government. Civilization of the American Indian Series vol. 33. University of Oklahoma Press, 1979. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1329. Wright, Muriel H. A Guide to the Indian Tribes of Oklahoma. Lists alphabetically the tribes within the state in an encyclopedic treatment, providing information on the tribal name, linguistic stock, physical characteristics, brief history and government. Civilization of the American Indian Series vol. 33. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $19.95

  1330. SOLD Writing the Cross Culture: Native Fiction on the White Man's Religion. Edited by James Treat. Well-known authors, including Momaday, Sherman Alexie and Deloria discuss how Christianity has impacted native ways. Fulcrum Publishing, 2006. Soft cover. $15.95

  1331. Wyatt, Gary. Spirit Faces: Contemporary Native American Masks from the Northwest. Contains 75 conemporary maskes by 23 of the best living Native American artists in the Northwest. Color images. Chronicle Books, 1995. Stiff soft cover. $20.00

  1332. The Year the Stars Fell: Lakota Winter Counts at the Smithsonian. Edited by Candace S. Greene and Russell Thornton. An extraordinary contribution to both scholarly literature and American Indian recovery work; opening up Lakota history using detailed information on the creators, keepers and collectors of these evocative documents. Illustrated. Smithsonian National Museum and University of Nebraska Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1333. Yellowtail, Thomas. Yellowtail, Crow Medicine Man and Sun Dance Chief: An Autobiography. 1st edition. As told to Michael Oren Fitzgerald with an introduction by Fred Voget. Examines the traditional Indian way of life and patterns of religion as demonstrated through the beliefs and practices of a contemporary religious leader. University of Oklahoma Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $35.00

  1334. Yenne, Bill. Sitting Bull. Biography of one of the greatest American Indian leaders - an absorbing portrait. Westholme, 2008. Dust jacket. $29.95

  1335. Yenne, Bill. Sitting Bull. Biography of one of the greatest American Indian leaders - an absorbing portrait. Westholme, 2008. Soft cover. $15.95

  1336. Yorgason, Blaine M. The Windwalker. A tale of an old Indian on the American Plains. Bookcraft, 1979. Dust jacket. $12.50

  1337. Young, Richard K. The Ute Indians of Colorado in the Twentieth Century. 1st edition. This comparative history of the Southern Ute and Ute Mountain Ute peoples demonstrates how to culturally and historically related tribes, living side by side in southwestern Colorado, have taken very different paths in the modern era. University of Oklahoma Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $29.95

  1338. SOLD Zellar, Gary. African Creeks: Estelvste and the Creek Nation. Documented work clearly illustrates that the lives of the Creek freedmen were inextricably linked in the Muscogee Nation society with the lives of other Creeks and that their citizenship was the product of Muskogee social practices, law, and U.S. treaty law. University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $34.95

  1339. SOLD Zesch, Scott. The Captured: A True Story of Abduction by Indians on the Texas Frontier. Research into the life of the author's great-great-great uncle and the lives of eight other child captives, offering insight into how and why non-native captives became fiercely loyal members of the tribes into which they were adopted. St. Martin's Griffin, 2004. Soft cover. $16.99

  1340. Zimmerly, David W. Hooper Bay: Kayak Construction. Documents the construction of a Bering Sea style-kayak made in the community of Hooper Bay, Alaska in 1976. Canadian Museum of Civilization, 2000. Soft cover. $29.95

  1341. Zitkala-Sa. Dance in a Buffalo Skull. Illustrated by Lakota artist S. D. Nelson. A Prairie Tale of danger and survival on the Great Plains. A folktale of a wildcat finding a buffalo skull. South Dakota State Historical Society Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $14.95

  1342. Zitkala-Sa. Old Indian Legends. Foreword by AgnesM. Picotte with illustrations by Angel De Cora. Folk tales of the Sioux. A Bison Classic. University of Nebraska Press, 1985. Soft cover. $14.95

  1343. Zolbrod, Paul G. Reading the Voice: Native American Oral Poetry on the Page. Drawing from years of experience with Seneca and Navajo singers and storytellers, it is an examination of America's first literature. University of Utah Press, 1995. Dust jacket. $10.00

  1344. Zontek, Ken. Buffalo Nation: American Indian Efforts to Restore the Bison. Insights into the way the Native Americans try to restore the buffalo herds. University of Nebraska Press, 2007. Soft cover. $19.95 *




University of Oklahoma Press

The Civilization of the American Indian Series

All are first editions unless otherwise noted.

1. Forgotten Frontiers: A Study of the Spanish Indian Policy of Don Juan Bautista de Anza Governor of New Mexico 1777-1787. From the Original Documents in the Archives of Spain, Mexico and New Mexico. Translated into English, edited and annotated by Alfred Barnaby Thomas. 2nd printing. 1969. Dust jacket with discoloration . $35.00

2. Foreman, Grant. Indian Removal: The Emigration of the Five Civilized Tribes of Indians. Story of the Government's relocation of the Five Civilized Tribes. Third printing of the new edition. Former library copy with little evidence except erased top edge of book and disturbed back endsheet where something was once pasted. University of Oklahoma Press, 1966. Dust jacket. $40.00

3. SOLD Mathews, John Joseph. Wah'Kon-Tah: The Osage and the White Man's Road. Previous owners name of front free page. 1932. Dust jacket. $55.00

7. SOLD Vestal, Stanley. New Source of Indian History 1850 - 1891: The Ghost Dance - The Prairie Sioux - A Miscellany. 1934. Blue cloth, faded spine. $295.00

8.SOLD Foreman, Grant. The Five Civilized Tribes: Cherokee, Chickasaw, Chocktaw, Creek, Seminole. The classic study. 4th printing, 1972. Dust jacket. $35.00

8. Foreman, Grant. The Five Civilized Tribes: Cherokee, Chickasaw, Chocktaw, Creek, Seminole. The classic study. Soft cover. $19.95

9. Thomas, Alfred B. After Coronado: Spanish Exploration Northeast of New Mexico, 1696 - 1727. Documents from the Archives of Spain, Mexico and New Mexico. Translated and edited by Alfred Barnaby Thomas with a historical introduction. Has some underlining in the first chapter. 3rd printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1969. Dust jacket. $25.00

13. Alford, Thomas Wildcat. Civilization and the Story of the Absentee Shawnees. 2nd printing.1979. Dust jacket. $50.00

15. Hyde, George E. Red Cloud's Folk. 2nd printing revised. 1957. Dust jacket with bottom of spine and small piece on cover front missing. $45.00

15. Hyde, George E. Red Cloud's Folk. Revised edition. Soft cover. $24.95

16. SOLD Foreman, Grant. Sequoyah. 1938. $65.00

20. SOLD Gabriel, Ralph. Elias Boudinot, Cherokee, and His America. 1st edition. 1941. Dust jacket. $65.00

21. Llewellyn, Karl N. and E. Adamson Hoebel. The Cheyenne Way: Conflict and Case law in Primitive Jurisprudence. A collaboration between a legal theorist and an anthropologist, who provide a definitive picture of the law-ways of the Cheyenne. 1967. 4th printing. Dust jacket. $45.00

21. Llewellyn, Karl N. and E. Adamson Hoebel. The Cheyenne Way: Conflict and Case law in Primitive Jurisprudence. A collaboration between a legal theorist and an anthropologist, who provide a definitive picture of the law-ways of the Cheyenne. Soft cover. $30.00

22. Debo, Angie. The Road to Disappearance: A History of the Creek Indians. Their story from abrigina beginnings through the first decade of the 20th century. Soft cover. $21.95

23. LaFarge, Oliver, ed. The Changing Indian. 1942. Dust jacket. $65.00

25. SOLD Adair, John. The Navajo and Pueblo Silversmiths. 10th printing. Previous owner's address label on inside front cover. Dust jacket. $30.00

25. Adair, John. The Navajo and Pueblo Silversmiths. University of Oklahoma Press, 1989. First paperback printing. $19.95

26. Marriott, Alice. The Ten Grandmothers. Story of the Kiowa tribe essentially in their own words. 9th printing. 1977. Dust jacket. $27.50

27. Marriott, Alice. Maria: The Potter of San Ildefonso. Signed by Maria. 12th printing, 1970. Dust jacket. $60.00

28. Dale, Edward Everett. Indians of the Southwest: A Century of Development Under the United States. 3rd printing. 1971. Gray cloth. $25.00

29. SOLD Popol Vuh: The Sacred Book of the Ancient Quiche Maya. English version by Delia Goetz and Sylvanus G. Morley. 1950. Dust jacket. $50.00

29. SOLD Popol Vuh: The Sacred Book of the Ancient Quiche Maya. English version by Delia Goetz and Sylvanus G. Morley. 13th printing, 1991. Dust jacket. $25.00

30. O'Kane, Walter Collins. Sun in the Sky: The Hopi Indians of the Arizona Mesa Lands. A faithful portrayal of the Hopi, examining their daily lives and culture. Dust jacket with tears taped, spine faded, and rubbing on edges. 1950. $30.00

31.Stubbs, Stanley A. Bird's Eye View of the Pueblos. 1950. Redish cloth. $40.00

32. Turner, Katharine C. Red Men Calling on the Great White Father. 1951. Dust jacket. $45.00

33. Wright, Muriel H. A Guide to the Indian Tribes of Oklahoma. Lists alphabetically the tribes within the state in an encyclopedic treatment, providing information on the tribal name, linguistic stock, physical characteristics, brief history and government. Seventh printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1979. Dust jacket. $30.00

34. Wallace, Ernest. The Comanches: Lords of the South Plains. First edition. Dust jacket. 1952. $50.00

34. Wallace, Ernest and E. Adamson Hoebel. The Comanches: Lords of the South Plains. Previous owner's inscription on front endsheet. Dust jacket. $45.00

35. O'Kane, Walter Collins. The Hopis: Portrait of a Desert People. Bookplate of Paul Babbitt on inside front cove. 1st edition. Green cloth with gray cloth spine. $40.00 *

36. Black Elk. The Sacred Pipe: Black Elk's Account of the Seven Rites of the Ogala Sioux. Seventh printing. 1988. Dust jacket. $29.95

38. SOLD Cotterill, R. S. The Southern Indians: The Story of the Civilized Tribes Before Removal. 1954. $50.00

38. Cotterill, R.S. The Southern Indians: The Story of the Civilized Tribes Before Removal. Soft cover. $19.95

39. Thompson, J. Eric S. The Rise and Fall of the Maya Civilization. 2d edition,enlarged. 3rd printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1970. Dust jacket. $32.50

40. Emmitt, Robert. The Last War Trail: The Utes and the Settlement of Colorado. 1954. Dust jacket. $40.00

41. SOLD Roe, Frank Gilbert. The Indian and the Horse. 1955. Dust jacket with minor wear and piece missing at top edge near spine. $50.00

42. Haines, Francis. The Nez Perces: Tribesmen of the Columbia Plateau. Classic history which combines excitement with historical accuracy. 2nd printing. 1972. Dust jacket, sunning on spine. $30.00

43. Underhill, Ruth M. The Navajos. An absorbing and authoritative accunt of the Navajos. Remains of bookplate on front endsheet. 2nd printing.1958. Dust jacket worn. $32.50

44. Grinnell, George Bird. The Fighting Cheyennes. First published in 1915, this book is a compelling account of the Cheyennes and their many wars with neighboring tribes on the Western plains and with the white settlers who pushed West. Classic work at warfare in the American West. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. 1956. Dust jacket with some wear and tape on top of spine edge. $45.00

45. Hyde, George A. A Sioux Chronicle. Story of the Sioux during the last quarter of the nineteen century. 1st edition. 1956. Dust jacket. $55.00

46. Vestal, Stanley. Sitting Bull: Champion of the Sioux. Powerful biography with new material added from the original edition published in 1932. 1st Oklahoma printing. 1957. Dust jacket. $50.00

47. McReynolds, E. C. The Seminoles. 3rd printing. Dust jacket. $38.50

48.Hagan, William T. The Sac and Fox Indians. Soft cover. $19.95

49.SOLD Ewers, John C. The Blackfeet: Raiders on the Northwestern Plains. Dust jacket with wear. $52.50

51.Sonnichsen, C. L. The Mescalero Apaches. Previous owner's name on inside cover. Signed by the author. 2nd edition. 1973. Dust jacket with minor wear. $35.00

51.Sonnichsen, C. L. The Mescalero Apaches. Classic study of this New Mexico group of Apaches. University of Oklahoma Press, 1973. Soft cover. $19.95

52. SOLD Murray, Keith A. The Modocs and Their War. The story of the northern California Indians and their fight with the U.S. Army in 1872-73. 2nd printing - 1st edition entirely destroyed by fire. 1959. Dust jacket. $85.00

54. SOLD Hyde, George E. Indians of the High Plains: From the Pre-Historic Period to the Coming of the Europeans. 1959. Dust jacket. $35.00

54. Hyde, George E. Indians of the High Plains: From the Pre-Historic Period to the Coming of the Europeans. Soft cover. $24.95

55. Catlin, George. Episodes from Life Among the Indians and Last Rambles. With 152 scenes and portraits by the Artist. Edited by Marvin C. Ross. Brought together for the first time are Catlin's writings about his later travels among the Indians and his hitherto largely unpublished paintings of this period. 1959. Dust jacket worn. $50.00

57. Hyde, George E. Spotted Tail's Folk. Previous owner's stamp on front endsheet, Historical Archaeology Research Library.1961. Dust jacket with minor wear. $50.00

59. Denig, Edwin Thompson. Five Indian Tribes of the Upper Missouri: Sioux, Arickaras, Assiniboines, Crees, Crows. Edited with and introduction by John C.Ewers. Soft cover $21.95

60. Mathews, John Joseph. The Osages: Children of the Middle Waters. Former library copy with limited markings and remains of pocket. 2nd printing. 1961. Dust jacket. $30.00

60. Mathews, John Joseph. The Osages: Children of the Middle Waters. Soft cover. $30.00

63.Mayhall, Mildred P. The Kiowas. 1962. Dust jacket with slight rubbing. $4500

64. SOLD Hyde, George E. Indians of the Woodlands. Soft cover with minor wear. 4th printing. $10.00

65. Woodward, Grace Steele. The Cherokees. Among the best studies done on one of the Five Civilized Tribes. 8th printing. 1984. Soft cover. $24.95

66. Berthong, Donald J. The Southern Cheyennes. Soft cover. $24.95

68. Allen, T.D. Navahos Have Five Fingers. This is a first hand account of life among the Navaho people in the 20th century. 1st edition. 1963. Dust jacket, spine faded. $40.00

69. Brundage, Burr Cartwright. Empire of the Inca. With a foreword by Arnold J. Toynbee. 2d printing. 1969. Dust jacket. $25.00

70. Gibson, A. M. The Kickapoos: Lords of the Middle Border. 1963. Dust jacket. $45.00

71. Tyler, Hamilton A. Pueblo Gods and Myths. 1964. Dust jacket. $45.00

72. Hassrick, Royal B. The Sioux: Life and Customs of a Warrior Society. In collaboration with Dorothy Maxwell and Cile M. Bach. Provides a description of the ways of the people and their customs from their own point of view. Black marking on front endsheet. 2nd printing, 1967. Dust jacket. Copy with minor wear. $30.00

72. Hassrick, Royal B. The Sioux: Life and Customs of a Warrior Society. In collaboration with Dorothy Maxwell and Cile M. Bach. Provides a description of the ways of the people and their customs from their own point of view. Soft cover. $24.95

73. Newcomb, Franc Johnson. Hosteen Klah: Navaho Medicine Man and Sand Painter. 1964. Dust jacket. $60.00

74. SOLD Trenholm, Virginia Cole and Maurine Carley. The Shoshonis: Sentinels of the Rockies. Story of this tribe who resided in the Rockies and Great Plains. 3rd printing. Dust jacket. $30.00

74. Trenholm, Virginia Cole and Maurine Carley. The Shoshonis: Sentinels of the Rockies. Story of this tribe who resided in the Rockies and Great Plains. Soft cover. $24.95

75. Cohoe. A Cheyenne Sketchbook. Sketches by a Cheyenne warrior. 1964. Dust jacket with minor rubbing on back cover. $75.00

76. Forbes, Jack D. Warriors of the Colorado: The Yumas of the Quechan Nation and Their Neighbors. 1965. Dust jacket with minor wear. $45.00 *

77. SOLD Boys, Ralph L. Ritual of the Bacabs. 1965. Dust jacket. $26.50

80. Ruby, Robert H. and John A. Brown. Half-Sun On the Columbia: A Biography of Chief Moses. First edition, second printing. 1966. Dust jacket. $30.00

81. SOLD Frederick, Jack. The Shadow of Sequoyah: Social Documents of the Cherokees. Damaged title page. 1965. Dust jacket. $30.00

82. Clark, Ella E. Indian Legends from the Northern Rockies. 4th printing. 1977. Dust jacket. $32.50

83. Brophy, William A. The Indian: America's Unfinished Business. 1966. Dust jacket. $25.00

84. Hilger, M. Inez. Huenun Namku: An Araucanian Indian of the Andes Remembers the Past. 1966. Dust jacket. $25.00

85. SOLD Spores, Ronald. The Mixtec Kings and Their People. 1967. Dust jacket. $30.00

86. SOLD Corkran, David H. The Creek Frontier, 1540 - 1783. 1967. Dust jacket. $50.00

87. SOLD Roys, Ralph L. The Book of Chilam Balam of Chumayel. 1st Oklahoma edition. 1967. Dust jacket. $75.00

88. SOLD Brundge, B. C. Lords of Cuzco: A History and Description of the Inca People in Their Final Days. 1967. Dust jacket. $45.00

89. Ewers, J. C. Indian Life on the Upper Missouri. 1968. Dust jacket. $38.50

90. Moorhead, Max L. The Apache Frontier: Jacobo Ugarte and Spanish-Indian Relations in Northern New Spain. 1968. Dust jacket. $50.00

91. Scholes, France. The Maya Chontal Indians of Acalan-Tixchel. 1968. Dust jacket. $37.50

94. Hotz, Gottfried. Indian Skin Paintings: Pictorial Presentation with Many Figures of Border Conflicts between Mexico and the Missouri about 1720. 1970. Dust jacket. $25.00

95. SOLD Vogel, Virgil J. American Indian Medicine. 4th printing. 1977. Dust jacket. $45.00

95. Vogel, Virgil J. American Indian Medicine. Comprehensive study on the medical aspects of Indian history, folklore, and botany. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $29.95

97. Nammack, G. C. Fraud, Politics, and the Dispossession of the Indians: The Iroquois Land Frontier in the Colonial Period. 1969. Dust jacket. $45.00

98. Craine, Eugene R. The Chronicles of Michoacan. 1970. Dust jacket. $45.00

101. SOLD Petersen, Karen Daniels. Plains Indian Art from Fort Marion. Signed by the author. 1971. Dust jacket. $60.00

104. SOLD Ruby, Robert H. The Spokane Indians: Children of the Sun. 1970. Dust jacket. $40.00

104. Ruby, Robert H. The Spokane Indians: Children of the Sun. Expanded edition. 2006. Soft cover. $24.95

105. SOLD Trenholm, Virginia Cole. The Arapahoes, Our People. 1970. Dust jacket. $40.00

105. Trenholm, Virginia Cole. The Arapahoes, Our People. Thoughtful study of the Arapahoe way of life. 1986. Soft cover. $29.95 *

106. Debo, Angie. A History of the Indians of the United States. 1970. $40.00

109. SOLD Gibson, Arrell M. The Chickasaws. 1971. Previous owner's bookplate on inside front cover. Dust jacket with minor wear. $35.00

109. Gibson, Arrell M. The Chickasaws. Soft cover. $19.95

111. SOLD Andersen, John A. Sioux of the Rosebud: A History in Pictures. 1st edition. 1971. Dust jacket. $75.00

112. Harrod, H. L. Mission Among the Blackfeet. 1971. Dust jacket. $32.50

114. SOLD Unrau, William E. The Kansa Indians: A History of the Wind People, 1673-1873. 1st edition. 1971. Dust jacket. $45.00

115. Forbes, Jack D. Apache, Navaho, and Spaniard. Soft cover. $15.00

119. SOLD Hamilton, Charles. Cry of The Thunderbird: The American Indian's Own Story. With paintings by George Catlin and sketches by American Indian Artists. 2d printing. 1975. Dust jacket. $35.00

121. Schultz, George A. An Indian Canaan: Isaac McCoy and the Vision of an Indian State. 1972. Dust jacket. $38.50

122. Dempsey, H. A. Crowfoot: Chief of the Blackfeet. 2nd printing. 1974. Cloth with small stain on bottom corners. $35.00

123. Otis, D. S. The Dawes Act and the Allotment of Indian Lands. Editedwith an introduction by Francis Paul Prucha. A detailed and fully documented account of the Dawes Act of 1887 and its consequences up to 1900. Copy previous owned by noted Western historian Dr. Robert Trennert, with his pencil notations and markings. 1st printing of the new edition. 1973. Dust jacket with wear. $20.00

125.Thrapp. Dan L. Victorio and the Mimbres Apaches. soft cover. $35.00

125.Thrapp. Dan L. Victorio and the Mimbres Apaches. Presentation copy. Previous owner's name on inside endsheet. 1974. Cloth. $80.00

126. SOLD Rogers, John. Red World and White: Memories of a Chippewa Boyhood. 1974. Dust jacket. $30.00

127. Schultz, James Williard. Why Gones Those Times? Blackfoot Tales. 1974. Dust jacket. $30.00

128. Hyde, George E. The Pawnee Indians. Soft cover. $24.95

129. Olsen, Fred. On the Trail of Arawaks. 1974. Dust jacket. $50.00

132. Morrow, Mable. Indian Rawhide: An American Folk Art. Foreword by Alice Marriott. With drawings and paintings by the author. Includes color examples of drawings on rawhide. 4th printing. Soft cover, oversize. $24.95

136. Berthrong, Donald J. The Cheyenne and Arapaho Ordeal: Resevation and Agency Life in the Indian Territory, 1875-1907. (undesignated printing) 1976. Dust jacket. $22.50

138. Ruby, Robet H. and John A. Brown. The Chinook Indians: Traders of the Lower Columbia River. Foreword by the Rev. Stephen A. Meriwether and introduction by Deward E. Walker, Jr. 1988. Soft cover with minor wear. $29.95

140. Koch, Ronald P. Dress Clothing of the Plains Indians. 1st edition. Small tear on bottom of title page. 1977. Dust jacket. $40.00

142. SOLD Debo, Angie. Geronimo: The Man, His Time, His Place. Copy previously owned by Dr. Robert Trennert, noted Western historian, with his pencil notations in the book. University of Oklahoma Press, 1976. Dust Jacket with minor wear. $50.00

142. Debo, Angie. Geronimo: The Man, His Time, His Place. University of Oklahoma Press, 1986. Soft cover. $24.95

143. Whitecotton, J. W. The Zapotecs: Princes, Priests, and Peasants. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. 1977. Dust jacket. $45.00

144. Davies, Nigel. The Toltecs: Until the Fall of Tula. 1977. Dust jacket. $39.95

145. Edmunds, R. David. The Potawatomis: Keepers of the Fire. Soft cover. $24.95

146. Ourada, P. The Menominee Indians: A History. 2nd printing, 1980. Dust jacket. $35.00

147. Tyler, Hamilton. Pueblo Birds and Myths. 1979. Dust jacket. $45.00

148. Danziger, Edmund Jefferson, Jr. The Chippewas of Lake Superior. Soft cover. $16.00

149. Worcester, Donald E. The Apaches: Eagles of the Southwest. 1979. Dust jacket. $75.00

151. SOLD Blaine, Martha R. The Ioway Indians. 1979. Dust jacket. $45.00

152. Baird, W. David. The Quapaw Indians: A History of Downstream People. 1980. Dust jacket. $12.50

153. Davies, Nigel. The Toltec Heritage: From the Fall of Tula to the Tise of Tenochtitlan. 1980. Dust jacket.

154. Laubin, Reginald and Gladys. American Indian Archery. Photographs by Gladys Laubin, drawings by Reginald Laubin. 1980. Dust jacket. $35.00

155. SOLD Carmack, Robert M. The Quiche Mayas of Utatlan: The Evolution of a Highland Guatemala Kingdom. 1981. Dust jacket. $45.00

156. Anawalt, Patricia R. Indian Clothing Before Cortes: Mesoamerican Costumes from the Codices. 1981. Dust jacket. $50.00

157. Goodman, James M. The Navajo Atlas: Environments, Resources, People, and History of the Dine Bikeyah. 1st edition. 1982. Dust jacket, oversize. $35.00

158. Ruby, Robert H. andJohn A. Brown. Indians of the Pacific Northwest. Foreword by Alvin M. Josephy, Jr. 1988. Soft cover. $32.95

161. Din, Gilbert C. The Imperial Osages: Spanish-Indian Diplomacy in the Mississippi Valley. 1983. Dust jacket. $49.95

162. SOLD Orellana, S. L. The Tzutujil Mayas: Continuity and Change 1250-1630. 1984. Dust jacket. $50.00

163. Speck, Frank G. and Leonard Broom. Cherokee Dance and Drama. Valuable source of information on the traditional dances and ceemonies of Eastern Cherokee. 1993. Soft cover. $19.95

166. Howard, James H. in collaboration with Willie Lena. Oklahoma Seminoles: Medicines, Magic, and Religion. Much-needed ethnography focusing on medicine and magic. 1990. 1st paperback printing. Soft cover. $25.00

169. Wilkins, Thurman. Cherokee Tragedy: The Ridge Family and the Decimation of a People. 1986. Dust jacket. $40.00

170. Voget, Fred W. The Shoshoni-Crow Sun Dance. Story of how the Wind River Shoshonis made the ceremony a part of their lives. 1st edition. 1984. Dust jacket. $40.00

172. SOLD Ferguson, T. J. and E. Richard Hart. A Zuni Atlas. Represents extensive research documenting historical accounts and contemporary activities. 1990. Soft cover, oversize. $40.00

173. Ruby, Robert H. A Guide to the Indian Tribes of the Pacific Northwest. Foreword by Roland W. Force. Revised edition. Soft cover. $24.95

173. Ruby, Robert H. A Guide to the Indian Tribes of the Pacific Northwest. Foreword by Clifford E. Trafzer. 3rd edition. Soft cover. $26.95

177. Buskirk, Winfred. Western Apache: Living With the Land Before 1950. 1986. Dust jacket. $35.00

180.Fahey, John. The Kalispel Indians. 1986. Dust jacket. $35.00

182. Bolton, Herbert E. The Hasinais: Southern Caddoans as Seen by the Earliest Europeans. 1987. $26.95

184. Powers, W. K. Beyond the Vision: Essays on American Indian Culture. 1987. Dust jacket. $25.00

185. Frey, Rodney. The World of the Crow Indians. 1987. Dust jacket. $30.00

186. Thornton, R. American Indian Holocaust and Survival: A Population History since 1492. 1987. Dust jacket. $40.00

187. Davies, Nigel. The Aztec Empire: The Toltec Resurgence. 1987. Dust jacket. $45.00

189. Grayson, G. W. A Creek Warrior for the Confederacy: The Autobiography of Chief G. W. Grayson. 1988. Dust jacket. $35.00

189. SOLD Grayson, G. W. A Creek Warrior for the Confederacy: The Autobiography of Chief G. W. Grayson. Soft cover. $19.95

191. Ruby, Robert H. Dreamer-Prophets of the Columbia Plateau: Smohalla and Skolaskin. 1989. Dust jacket. $30.00

192. O'Brien, Sharon. American Indian Tribal Governments. 1989. Dust jacket. $25.00

193. Rountree, Helen C. The Powhatan Indians of Virginia: Their Traditional Culture. History of the Native Americans encountered by the Jamestown colonists. 2d printing. 1990. Dust jacket. $17.50

194. SOLD Fowler, William R. The Cultural Evolutionof Ancient Nahua Civilizations: The Pipil-Nicarao of Central America. 1989. Dust jacket. $47.50

196. Rountree, H. C. Pocahontas's People: The Powhatan Indians of Virginia through Four Centuries. 1990. Dust jacket. $40.00

197. SOLD Calloway, Colin G. The Western Abenakis of Vermont, 1600-1800: War, Migration, and the Survival of an Indian People. 1990. Dust jacket. $42.50

198. SOLD Hauptman, Laurence N. The Pequots in Southern New England: The Fall and Rise of an American Indian Nation. Presentation copy. 1990. Dust jacket. $35.00

200. SOLD Sahagun, Fray Bernardino de. Primeros Memoriales. pt. 2 1997. $75.00

201. SOLD Callahan, Alice Anne. The Osage Ceremonial Dance: I'n-Lon-Schka. 1990. Dust jacket. $30.00

201. Callahan, Alice Anne. The Osage Ceremonial Dance: I'n-Lon-Schka. 1990. Soft cover, slightly faded. $17.95

202. Blaine, Martha R. Pawnee Passage, 1870 - 1875. 1990. Dust jacket. $20.00

203. Everett, Dianna. The Texas Cherokees: A People Between Two Fires, 1819-1840. 1990. Dust jacket. $35.00

204. Sweeney Cochise Sweeney, Edwin R. Cochise: Chiricahua Apache Chief. 1991. Dust jacket. $40.00

206. SOLD Sandstrom, Alan R. Corn is Our Blood: Cultural and Ethnic Identity in a Contemporary Aztec Village. 1991. Dust jacket. $42.50

207. SOLD Phillips, George H. Indians and Intruders in Central California, 1769-1849. 1993. Dust jacket. $27.95

211. Edmunds, R. David. The Fox Wars: The Mesquakie Challenge to New France. 1993. Dust jacket. $27.95

213. SOLD Irwin, Lee. The Dream Seekers: Native American Visionary Traditions of the Great Plains. 1994. Dust jacket. $26.95

216.Simeone, William. Rifles, Blankets, and Beads: Identity, History, and the Northern Athapaskan Potlatch. 2002. Soft cover. $19.95

217. LaFlesche, Francis. The Osage and the Invisible World: From the Works of Francis LaFlesche. 1995. Dust jacket. $34.95

218.SOLD Frey, Rodney. Stories That Make the World: Oral Literature of the Indian Peoples of the Inland Northwest: As Told by Lawrence Aripa, Tom Yellowtail, and Other Elders. 1995. Dust jacket. $24.95

220. SOLD Condon, Richard D. The Northern Copper Inuit: A History. 1996. Dust jacket. $34.95.

222. Graulich, Michel. Myths of Ancient Mexico. 1997. Dust jacket. $39.95

223. Fenton, William N. The Great Law and the Longhouse. 1998. Dust jacket. $75.00

224. Youst, Lionel. She's Tricky Like Coyote: Annie Miner Peterson, an Oregon Coast Indian Woman. 1997. Dust Jacket. $24.95

225. Codex Chimalpahin, vol. 1. 1997. $49.95

231. Sweeney, Edwin R. Mangas Coloradas. 1998. Dust jacket. $45.00

231. Sweeney, Edwin R. Mangas Coloradas: Chief of the Chiricahua Apaches. Vividly portrays the Apache culture in which Mangas rose to power and the conflict with Americans that led to his brutal death. 2011. Soft cover. $32.95

232. Anderson, G. C. The Indian Southwest, 1580-1830: Ethnogenesis and Reinvention. 1999. Dust jacket. $45.00

233. SOLD Schultz, J. M. Seminole Baptist Church of Oklahoma.. 1999. Dust jacket. $27.95

236. Winter, Joseph C. Tobacco Use by Native North Americans: Sacred Smoke and Silent Killer. 1st edition. 2000. Dust jacket. $65.00

237. LaVere, David. Contrary Neighbors: Southern Plains and Removed Indians in Indian Territory. 1st edition. 2000. Dust jacket. $32.50

238. Greene, Candace S. Silver Horn: Master Illustrator of the Kiowas. 1st edition. 2001. Dust jacket. $59.95

241. Hauptman, Laurence M. and L. Gordon McLester III. Chief Daniel Bread and the Oneida Nation of Indians of Wisconsin. Bread played a key role in establishing the Oneida Indians' prescence in Wisconsin; the authors challenge the long-held views about Eleazer Williams' leadership of the Oneidas and show that Bread was the person who defended tribal interests. 1st edition. 2002. Dust jacket. $29.95

248. Nichols, Roger L. American Indians in U.S. History. This one-volume narrative history traces the experiences of American Indians from early colonial times to the present day, demonstrating how Indian existence has changed throughout our nation's history. 1st edition. 2003. Dust jacket. $29.95

249. Maroukis, Thomas Constantine. Peyote and the Yankton Sioux: The Life and Times of San Necklace. Foreword by Leonard R. Bruguier. Discusses early life and growing up on the reservation, the Native American Church and his years as Chief Priest. 2004. Dark cloth with red lettering. $39.95

250. Thomas, Kenny, Sr. Crow is My Boss: The Oral Life History of a Tanacross Athabaskan Elder. Edited by Craig Mishler, translated by Irene Arnold. The story of a trapper, firefighter, road building, river-freight hauler, and soldier and today a respected elder tribesman living in Alaska. 2005. Dust jacket. $32.95

251. Holiday, John and Robert S. McPherson. A Navajo Legacy: The Life and Teachings of John Holiday. A biography of John Holiday, Navajo medicine man, who has recorded his ninety year life. 2005. Dust jacket. $29.95

252. Oberly, James W. A Nation of Statesmen: The Political Culture of the Stockbridge-Munsee Mohicans, 1815-1972. 1st edition. Includes key legal documents in the Mohicans' political history. 2005. Dust jacket. $34.95

253. Hauptman, Laurence M. and L. Gordon McLester III, eds. The Oneida Indians in the Age of Allotment, 1860 - 1920. The first comprehensive study of the Oneidas and the impact of the Dawes General Allotment Act of 1887. 2006. Dust jacket. $34.95

254. Bray, Kingsley M. Crazy Horse: A Lakota Life. Biography that corrects older, idealized accounts - and draws on a greater variety of sources than other recent biographies - to expose the real Sioux warrior. 2006. Dust jacket. $34.95

255. Pre-removal Choctaw History: Exploring New Paths. Edited by Greg O'Brien. Provides substantial knowledge about a long-neglected era in Choctaw history which includes ten essays from distinguished scholars, such as Clara Sue Kidwell and James Taylor Carson. 1st edition. 2008. Dust jacket. $39.95

256. Shuck-Hall, Sheri Marie. Journey to the West: The Alabama & Coushatta Indians. The first book to examine these people over such an extensive period, telling how they built and maintained their sovereignty despite five hundred years of change. Blends oral tradition, archaeological data and archival sources. 1st edition. 2008. Dust jacket. $34.95

260 Shapard, Bud. Chief Loco: Apache Peacemaker. Biography of Jlin-tay-i-tith, the only apache leader to make a lasting peace with both Americans and Mexicans, yet most historians have ignored this Chiricahua leader. 2010. Dust jacket. $34.95

261. SOLD Clark, Blue. Indian Tribes of Oklahoma: A Guide. A complete new guide that reflects the drastic transformation of Indian Country in recent years. 1st edition. 2009. Dust jacket. $29.95

262. Grumet, Robert S. The Munsee Indians: A History. Foreword by Daniel K. Richter. Story of the Indian tribe who sold Manhattan for $24, interweaving a mass of archaeological, anthropological and archival source material to resurrect the lost history of this forgotten people. 2009. Dust jacket. $27.00

263. Meadows, William C. Kiowa Military Societies: Ethnohistory and Ritual. Provides a detailed account of the ritual structures, ceremonial composition, and historical development of the warrior societies, drawn from over twenty years of research among tribal members. 2010. Dust jacket. $75.00

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