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*Geronimo

by Robert M. Utley

A fast-paced biography of the most famous North American Indian of all time, with new material to reveal the man behind the legend.

1st edition. Yale University Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $30.00

 


Westerners Meeting

February 26, 2014 6:30 pm at Guidon Books - Public Welcome

"Unraveling the ‘Blood Brother’ Legend of Cochise and Tom Jeffords: Is the Legend True or Fiction?"
Bob Stahl’s presentation will go into the stories of this ‘blood brother’ relationship accepted as fact in Arizona history and challenge its authenticity. 
Corral member, Bob Stahl, is an ASU Professor Emeritus and local historian.


 

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  1. SOLD Abeita, Jim. The American Indians of Abeita: His People. Introduction by Josephy Stacey and Special dedication and song by Johnny Cash. Color plates of Abeita paintings. Rich Tanner publication, 1976. Dust jacket. $35.00

  2. Abeita, Jim. The American Indians of Abeita: His People. Introduction by Josephy Stacey and Special dedication and song by Johnny Cash. Color plates of Abeita paintings. Rich Tanner publication, 1976. Soft cover. $25.00

  3. SOLD Abel-Vidor, Suzanne, et al. Remember Your Relations: The Elsie Allen Baskets, Family & Friends. A tribute to the Pomo baskets, but also to the Indians that created them. Illustrated with color photos of the baskets and historic images. Grace Hudson Museum, 1996. Soft cover oversize. $20.00

  4. SOLD Acuff, Guy. Akimult Aw A Tham, the River People : a short history of the Pima Indians. Illustrated by Betty Y. Pate. Casa Grande Printing, 1980. Green soft cover. $22.50

  5. SOLD Adair, John. The Navajo and Pueblo Silversmiths. Provides a full history of the craft and the names and localities of the pioneer craftsmen who introduced the art of the silversmith to their people. Volume 25 of The Civilization of the American Indian Series. Previous owner's address label on inside front cover. 10th printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1975. Dust jacket. $30.00

  6. Adair, John. The Navajo and Pueblo Silversmiths. Volume 25 of The Civilization of the American Indian Series. University of Oklahoma Press, 1989. First paperback printing. $19.95

  7. SOLD Adams, Alexander B. Geronimo. The definitive biography, an engrossing dramatic, colorful, historically accurate account of this extraordinary Apache leader. G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1971. Dust jacket with wear. $40.00

  8. 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.

  9. Adams, E. Charles. The Origin and Development of the Pueblo Katsina Cult. Examines the concept of the katsina and the religion that developed around it, drawing on archaeological fieldwork in the Little Colorado River Valley. University of Arizona Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $75.00

  10. 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

  11. Adamson, Judith. The Mythological Expressions of Southwestern Design: featuring Diana Bryer, paintings in oil ; Christin Wolf, designs in jewelry. Korte's Publishing Co., 1996. Soft cover, oblong. $17.95

  12. SOLD Aleshire, Peter. Cochise: The Life and Times of the Great Apache Chief. Drawing from a range of sources to create an account this is both historically accurate and culturally authentic. Reprint. Castle Books. Dust jacket. $15.00

  13. Aleshire, Peter The Fox and the Whirlwind: General George Crook and Geronimo - A Paired Biography. John Wiley & Sons, 2000. Dust jacket. $30.00

  14. SOLD Aleshire, Peter. Reaping the Whirlwind: The Apache Wars. Young adult history which examines why policy makers and leaders on both sides of the Apache conflict sowed winds of injustice, hatred and violence. Library of American Indian History.  Facts on File, 1998. Casebound with photographic image. $19.95

  15. SOLD Alexander, C. I. An Introduction to Navaho Sandpaintings. Museum of Navaho Ceremonial Art, 1967. Wraps. $15.00

  16. The Alfred I. Barton Collection of Southwestern Textiles. Text by H. P. Mera (1949) and Joe Ben Wheat (1978). An exhibition organized by the Lowe Art Museum - Museum of Miami, 1978. Illustrated catalog with detailed information on rugs in the exhibit. Lowe Art Museum, 1978. Soft cover. $28.50

  17. 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

  18. SOLD Allen, Elsie. Pomo Basketmaking: a supreme art for the weaver. Detailed description with accurate drawings and photographs, illustrating the basketmaking process. Soft cover. Naturegraph Publishers, 1972. $12.50

  19. SOLD Allen, Laura Graves. Contemporary Hopi Pottery. Utilizing the extensive collections of the Museum of Northern Arizona, Allen traces historical influences and recent developments in Hopi ceramics. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1985. Soft cover. $40.00

  20. Allen, Paul 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, T.D. Navahos Have Five Fingers. This is a first hand account of life among the Navaho people in the 20th century. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1963. Dust jacket, spine faded. $40.00

  22. Allen, T.D. Navahos Have Five Fingers. This is a first hand account of life among the Navaho people in the 20th century. University of Oklahoma Press, 1982. Dust jacket. $27.50

  23. The Allure of Turquoise. Pictorial work on Indian turquoise jewelry with photographs by Mark Nohl and text by such authors as Marc Simmons, Susan Arritt and David Gomez. 2nd edition. New Mexico Magazine, 2005. Soft cover with photograph of turquoise. $19.95

  24. Alpert, George. Taos Pueblo. Photographic view of this New Mexico community. Special Collector's Edition. Paradise Book, 1983. Dust jacket in black cloth slipcase with minor wear. $20.00

  25. 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

  26. SOLD American Indian Art. Illustrated exhibition catalog of the work Allan Houser and Dan Namingha, in English and German. An exhibition of the Amerika Haus Berlin in cooperation with the Gallery Wall Inc. 1983. Soft cover. $15.00

  27. American Indian Art and a Collection of Westen Paintings by Hernando Villa. Sotheby Parke Bernet Sale Catalog, 1972. Includes Navajo weaving, Apache and Pima baskets. Prices penned at each item. $15.00

  28. American Indian Art: The Collecting Experience. Exhibition catalog, Elvehjem Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin - Madison, May 7 - July 3, 1988. Curated by Beverly Gordon and Melanie Herzog. University of Wisconsin, 1988. Wraps oversize. $30.00

  29. 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

  30. America's Great Lost Expedition: The Thomas Kean Collection of Hopi Pottery from the Second Hemenway Expedition, 1890-1894. Compiled by Dr. Edwin L. Wade. Featuring the collections of the Peabody Museum and Harvard University. Exhibition catalog 1980-81. Heard Museum, 1980. Soft cover, oblong. $40.00

  31. Amerman, Stephen Kent. Urban Indians in Phoenix Schools, 1940-2000. Using oral histories as well as written records, Amerman examines how Phoenix schools tried to education and assimilate Native students along side Hispanic, Asian, black and white students and how the Indian community responded to this new urban education. University of Nebraska Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $40.00

  32. SOLD Amsden, Charles Avery. Navajo Weaving: Its Technic and History. Foreword by Frederick Webb Hodge. Color plates and fold out frontispiece. Fine Arts Press in cooperation with the Southwest Museum, 1934. Decorative heavy cloth, slight rubbing on edges. $175.00

  33. Amsden, Charles Avery. Navaho Weaving: Its Technic and its History. Repaired front sheet with foldout illustration. Endsheet color foldouts. Reprint, Rio Grande Press, 1971. Decorated cream cloth. $40.00

  34. Amsden, Charles Avery. Navajo Weaving: Its Technic and History. Foreword by Frederick Webb Hodge. Reprint. Dover. Soft cover. $17.50

  35. Amsden, Charles Avery. Prehistoric Southwesterners from Basketmaker to Pueblo. Black and white phots illustrations, and maps. Soft cover. Reprint. Los Angeles Southwest Museum, 1964. $15.00

  36. Anaya, Rudolfo. The First Tortilla: A Bilingual Story. Illustrated by Amy Cordova. Spanish translation by Enrique R. Lamadrid. Colorful illustrations throughout. Children's book about a young girl who makes the first tortilla in order to prevent starvation in her small Mexican village. University of New Mexico Press, 2007. Casebound.

  37. Anaya, Rudolfo. The First Tortilla: A Bilingual Story. Illustrated by Amy Cordova. Spanish translation by Enrique R. Lamadrid. Colorful illustrations throughout. Children's book about a young girl who makes the first tortilla in order to prevent starvation in her small Mexican village. University of New Mexico Press, 2012, 2007. Soft cover. $16.95

  38. Anderson, Duane. All That Glitters: The Emergence of Native American Micaceous Art Pottery in Northern New Mexico. With a foreword by Lonnie Vigil. Stemming from a 1994 School of American Research Micaceous Pottery Convocation, Anderson describes the artists' work and their own thoughts. A complete, illustrated catalog and survey of the ceramics. 1st edition. School of American Research Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $50.00

  39. Anderson, Duane. All That Glitters: The Emergence of Native American Micaceous Art Pottery in Northern New Mexico. With a foreword by Lonnie Vigil. Stemming from a 1994 School of American Research Micaceous Pottery Convocation, Anderson describes the artists' work and their own thoughts. A complete, illustrated catalog and survey of the ceramics. School of American Research Press, 1999. Soft cover. $20.00

  40. Anderson, Duane. When Rain Gods Reigned: From Curios to Art at Tesuque Pueblo. Foreword by Bea Duran Tioux. Traces the evolution of the rain god from tourist art to indian self-identity and self-expression. It studies a popular form that has failed to earn the serious attention of scholars. Small tear on front endsheet. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $20.00

  41. Anderson, Duane. When Rain Gods Reigned: From Curios to Art at Tesuque Pueblo. Foreword by Bea Duran Tioux. Traces the evolution of the rain god from tourist art to indian self-identity and self-expression. It studies a popular form that has failed to earn the serious attention of scholars. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2002. Soft cover. $10.00

  42. Anderson, Susanne. Song of the Earth Spirit. Edited with a foreword by David R. Brower. Photographic look at the Navajo people and their land. 1st edition. Label on front endsheet. Friends of the Earth, McGraw-Hill. Dust jacket. $15.00

  43. Andrews, Ralph W. Curtis' Western Indians. Illustrated look at the Native Americans in the Southwest and Plains. Photographs of Edward Curtis. Bonanza Books. Dust jacket. $20.00

  44. Annerino, John. Apache: The Sacred Path to Womanhood. A pictorial book that provides a rare and intimate look at a sacred Native American ceremony that has survived the years. Marlowe & Co., 1998. Dust jacket. $29.95

  45. Annerino, John. People of Legend: Native Americans of the Southwest. Text and images by Annerino. Photographic look at Natives. Sierra Club Books, 1996. Dust jacket, oversize. $30.00 Special $10.00

  46. Apache Raids : News about Indian Activity in the Southwest as reported in the Silver City Enterprise, November 1882 through August 1886. Cover title is "Indian Raids." Compiled by William H. Mullane. Reprints of newspaper articles with illustrations, including Geronimo and captives. 2nd edition. Red soft cover. $40.00

  47. Applegate, Frank G. Indian Stories From the Pueblos. Foreword by Witter Bynner. Illustrations from original Pueblo Indian Paintings. Tales include the story of the Hopi Quarrel, the Ancestral Eagles, the Turk of Pecos, Turtle Shells, Ago Po and others. 1st edition. J. B. Lippincott Co., 1929. Yellow cloth. $30.00

  48. Armer, Laura Adams. In Navajo Land. Illustrated with photographs by the author and Sidney and Austin Armer. A personal record of the Newbery prize-winning author's experiences out of which grew her many books. 1st edition. David McKay Co., 1962. Dust jacket.$37.50

  49. Armer, Laura Adams. Southwest. Illustrated from paintings by the author. Story of the author's life in the Southwest among the Navajo Indians. 1st edition. Longmans, Green, 1935. Dust jacket with wear on its edges. $40.00

  50. Armer, Laura Adams. Waterless Mountain. Illustrated by Sidney Armer and Laura Adams Armer. A beautiful story of a Navajo boy. Won the Newberry Medal for the "Most Distinguished Contribution to American Literature of Children, 1931." Longmans, Green & Co., 1933. Dust jacket with large piece mising from lower left front corner and wear on all edges. $22.50

  51. Arnold, Oren. Savage Son. The biography of Carlos Montezuma, Native American activist and doctor. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1951. Dust jacket, worn. $35.00

  52. The Art of the Indian Southwest. Exhibition catalog organized by the Newport Harbor Art Museum. Text accompanies the illustrations providing history and background of each of the pieces. 1971. Wraps. $17.50

  53. The Art of the Navajo: From the Alfred I. Barton Collection. Exhibition catalog with photos of some items. Lowe Art Museum/University of Miami, 1975. Oblong wraps. $15.00

  54. Atkinson, M. Jourdan. Indians of the Southwest. An ethnological study of the Native Americans across Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, describing their home life, manners, religious customs, arts, etc. Originally published in 1935 as The Texas Indians. Naylor, 1958. Dust jacket minor wear. $17.50

  55. Auerbach, Jerold S. Explorers in Eden: Pueblo Indians and the Promised Land. Uncovers an intriguing array of diaries, letters, memoirs, photographs, paintings, postcards, advertisements, anthropological field studies and scholarly monographs to reveal how Anglo-Americans developed a deep and rich fascination with Pueblo culture through their biblical associations. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $34.95

  56. Authetic Indian Dances. Program for first performance of the year. Dons Club, Phoenix, AZ. Wraps, very worn. $8.50

  57. SOLD Babcock, Barbara A. and Guy and Doris Monthan. The Pueblo Storyteller: Development of a Figurative Ceramic Tradition. Pueblo Indians began in the 1960s started to create images of seated "storytellers." This first documentation of the Storyteller phenomenon contains a wealth of information for scholars, collectors, and general reachers. University of Arizona Press, 1988. Dust jacket with spine faded and on top. $70.00

  58. Babcock, Barbara A. and Guy and Doris Monthan. The Pueblo Storyteller: Development of a Figurative Ceramic Tradition. Pueblo Indians began in the 1960s started to create images of seated "storytellers." This first documentation of the Storyteller phenomenon contains a wealth of information for scholars, collectors, and general researchers. University of Arizona Press, 1997. Soft cover. $26.95

  59. Bahr, Donald M. Pima and Papago Ritual Oratory: A Study of Three Texts. A study of the language with written examples of mythology in the native language. Indian Historian Press, 1975. Soft cover. $15.00

  60. Bahti, Mark. Collecting Southwestern Native American Jewelry. Illustrated, fact-filled introduction to appreciating and colecting jewelry made primrily by te Navajo, Zuni and Hopi. David McKay, 1980. Soft cover. $20.00

  61. Bahti, Mark. A Consumers Guide to Southwestern Indian Arts & Crafts. Assistance in identifying authentic crafts. Illustrated with photographs. Bahti Indian Arts, 1975. Soft cover oversize. $5.95

  62. Bahti, Mark with Eugene Baatsoslanii Joe. A Guide to Navajo Sandpaintings. A fascinating introduction to the religious images created by Navajo medicine men as part of traditional curing ceremonies. Color illustrations. 2nd edition. Rio Nuevo, 2000. Soft cover. $9.95

  63. Bahti, Mark. Pueblo Stories and Storytellers. Colorful publication that shows the different storyteller figurines from the various pueblos. 3rd edition. Rio Nuevo, 2010. Soft cover. $12.95

  64. Bahti, Tom. Southwestern Indian Arts and Crafts. KC Publications. Oversize soft cover. $7.50

  65. Bahti, Tom. Southwestern Indian Ceremonials. Revised by Mark Bahti. Illustrated with crafts and art work showing the Native American ceremonies. KC Publications. Oversize soft cover. $6.95

  66. Bahti, Tom. Southwestern Indian Tribes. KC Publications, 1984. Oversize soft cover. $5.95

  67. Bailey, Garrick and Roberta Glenn Bailey. A History of the Navajos: The Reservation Years. Examines the Navajo uniqueness to maintain their tribal identity; the book looks at the past 100 years to understand the Tribe and Nation. 1st edition. School of American Research, 1986. Dust jacket with minor wear on edges. $45.00

  68. SOLD Bailey, Irma. Joe H. Quintana Master in Metal: Sections from the Irma Bailey Collection. Brief biography of the artist and catalog with photographs of his work. Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, 2004. Soft cover. $12.95

  69. SOLD Bailey, Lynn R. Bosque Redondo: The Navajo Internment at Fort Sumner, New Mexico, 1863-68. Fasinating period of Navajo history documented from records of the Army, Office of Indian Affairs and territorial newspapers. Westernlore Press, 1998. Dust jacket. $26.95

  70. Bailey, L. R. Indian Slave Trade in the Southwest. A study of Slave-taking and Traffic in Indian Captives. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. Westernlore Press, 1973. Brown cloth. $35.00

  71. Bailey, Lynn. The Long Walk: A History of the Navajo Wars, 1846-68. Previous owner's name on front endsheet.Westernlore Press, 1988. Dust jacket. $40.00

  72. Bailey, Lynn R. The Valiants: The Tombstone Rangers and Apache War Frivolities. Mining Camp Chronicles - Volume Four. Signed by the author, edition limited to 500 copies. Westernlore Press, 1999. Wraps. $18.95 *

  73. Bailey, Lynn R. White Apache: The Life and Times of Zebina Nathaniel Streeter. Biography of the man who administered Western Apache affairs during the 1870s. Streeter saw action in southern Arizona during the Civil War. After he joined the Mexican Army under Benito Juarez. He returned to the U.S. in 1868 and was employed as a Spanish interpreter at the southern Apache agency in New Mexico. Limited to 1000 copies, signed by the author. Westernlore Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $25.00

  74. Baker, Jere. Claude Compton: Indian Trader Fort Mojave, Arizona 1899-1904. History of the activities and developments around the trading post at Fort Mojave Indian School, from the perspective of Compton. Signed by the author. Blue Oak Books, 2013. Soft cover, oversize. $15.95 *

  75. SOLD Baldwin, Gordon C. The Apache Indians: Raiders of the Southwest. Exciting account of the Apache and their way of life. Mark on inside front endsheet erased. Four Winds Press, 1978. Dust jacket. $28.50

  76. Baldwin, Gordon C. Indians of the Southwest. American Indians Then and Now series. Discusses the Native Americans, Navajo, Pueblo, and Mojave. Capricorn Books, 1973. Dust jacket. $20.00

  77. Baldwin, Gordon C. The Warrior Apaches. An absorbing story of a courageous people. Drawings by C. Randolph McKusick. Signed by the author. Dale Stuart King, 1965. Decorated cloth with spine faded and wear on edges. $25.00

  78. Baldwin, Gordon C. The Warrior Apaches. An absorbing story of a courageous people. Drawings by C. Randolph McKusick. Dale Stuart King, 1965. Decorated soft cover, rubbed. $20.00

  79. Ball, Eve. In the Days of Victorio: Recollections of a Warm Springs Apache. Narrated by James Kaywaykla, telling about the Apache daily life. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1970. Dust Jacket with minor wear. $60.00 *

  80. Ball, Eve. In the Days of Victorio: Recollections of a Warm Springs Apache. A genuine contribution to the story of the Apache wars. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2003. Soft cover. $17.95

  81. Ball, Eve. Indeh: An Apache Odyssey. Written with assistance by Nora Henn and Lynda A. Sanchez. Foreword by Dan L. Thrapp. With new maps. A masterpiece of oral history, the story of the Apache prisoners of war, the time in Florida, Alabama, Oklahoma and finally their return home. 1st edition. Brigham Young University Press, 1980. Dust jacket. $75.00

  82. Ball, Eve. Indeh: An Apache Odyssey. Written with assistance by Nora Henn and Lynda A. Sanchez. Foreword by Dan L. Thrapp. With new maps. A masterpiece of oral history, the story of the Apache prisoners of war, the time in Florida, Alabama, Oklahoma and finally their return home. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $24.95

  83. Bandelier, Adolf F. The Delight Makers. Novel about the early Pueblo Indians of New Mexico. 1st edition. Dodd, Mead, 1890. Brown decorated cloth with minor rubbing along spine, corners bumped.. $150.00

  84. Bandelier, Adolf F. The Delight Makers. Introduction by Charles F. Lummis and a prefactory note by F. W. Hodge, head of the Bureau of American Ethnology. The Pueblo Indians of New Mexico are the subject of this remarkable novel. With 16 illustrations from photographs taken expressly for this book. Previous owner's label and pocket at back inside cover. Dodd, Mead, 1957. Dust jacket. $25.00

  85. Bandelier, Adolf F. The Delight Makers. Introduction by Charles F. Lummis. Novel about the early Pueblo Indians of New Mexico. 2nd edition with a preface by F. W. Hodge. Front hinge showing wear. Dodd, Mead, 1916. Brown decorated cloth with minor rubbing. $35.00

  86. SOLD Banks, Leo W. Double Cross: Treachery in the Apache Wars. Wild West Collection vol. 10 Brief stories on the Bascom Affair, Cibecue, Crook, Massai. Arizona Highways, 2001. Soft cover. $7.95

  87. Barker, Rodney. The Broken Circle: A True Story of Murder and Magic in Indian Country. Work of contemporary history that illustrates the struggle of Native Americans to reassert their rights, lives, and traditions, focusing on the murder of three Navajo Indians. Presentation copy signed by the author. Simon and Schuster, 1992. Dust jacket. $23.00

  88. Barnes, Will C. Apaches & Longhorns: The Reminiscences of Will C. Barnes Edited by Frank C. Lockwood. Previous owner's bookplate, signature on front endsheets. 1st edition. Los Angeles Ward Ritchie Press, 1941. Dust jacket chipped on edges. $100.00 *

  89. Barnes, Will C. Apaches & Longhorns: The Reminiscences of Will C. Barnes Edited by Frank C. Lockwood. Re-edition with a new introduction by Paul Scheips. University of Arizona Press, 1982. Dust jacket. $55.00

  90. Barnett, Franklin. Birds on Rio Grande Pottery. Bird, Birdling, and Bird Tail motifs fond on Rio Grande Glaze Pottery Vessels from Ancient Tonque Indian Ruin in New Mexico. Franklin Barnett, 1968. Orange wraps. $8.50

  91. Barnett, Franklin. Viola Jimulla: The Indian Chieftess. Leader of the Prescott Yavapai tribe of Arizona. 4th edition. Prescott Yavapai Indians, Southwest Printers, 1975. Wraps. $22.50

  92. Barney, James M. Tales of Apache Warfare. True stories of massacres, fights and raids in Arizona and New Mexico. 1933. Gray wraps. $100.00

  93. Barney, James M. Tales of Apache Warfare. True stories of massacres, fights and raids in Arizona and New Mexico. Presentation copy to John Theobald signed by Barney. 1933. Gray wraps, cover torn off, but present. $75.00

  94. Barrett, S.A. and E.W. Gifford. Miwok Material Culture: Indian Life of the Yosemite Region. Life of the Miwok people of Yosemite Valley, California and surrounding area. Describes foods and medicines, activities, shelter, arts, industries, and so forth. Yosemite Natural History Association, 1933. Wraps. $35.00

  95. SOLD Barrett, S.A. Pomo Indian Basketry. Reprint from the University of California Publications in American Archaeology, 1908. Illustrated, describing how the Pomo make their baskets. Rio Grande 1970. Gray binding. $50.00

  96. The Basket Weavers: Artisans of the Southwest. Reprint of Plateau 53:4. Articles on basketry by Tanner, Breunig, Herold, etc. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1984. Wraps. $8.00

  97. Bassman, Theda. Hopi Kachina Dolls and their Carvers. Photography by Gene Balzer. Learn about the art of Kachina wood carvings and information about each doll from the carvers. Schiffer Publishing, 1991. Dust jacket. $59.95

  98. Bassman, Theda. Treasures of the Zuni. Showcases nearly six hundred Zuni items from classic pottery to modern jewelry. Northland Publishing, 1999. Soft cover, oversize. $12.95

  99. Bassman, Theda and Michael. Zuni Jewelry. Colorful examples of the different work done by the Zuni. Revised and Expanded 3rd Edition with Price Guide. Schiffer, 2006. Soft cover. $12.95

  100. Basso, Keith H. The Cibecue Apache. Study of an American Indian community that has retained its cultural character. Previous owner's name stamped on title page. Reprint. Waveland Press, 1986. Soft cover with some discoloration. $17.50

  101. Basso, Keith H. Portraits of "the Whiteman". Linguistic play and cultural symbols among the Western Apache. With a foreword by Dell Hymes. Former owner's name inside front cover. Cambridge University Press, 1974. Soft cover with sunning on the spine. $10.00

  102. SOLD Basso, Keith H. Western Apache Witchcraft. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona No. 15. University of Arizona Press, 1969. Soft cover, oversize. $35.00

  103. Basso, Keith H. Wisdom Sits in Places: Landscape and Language among the Western Apache. Western States Book Award winner for creative nonfiction. With tribal elders and storytellers as his guides, Basso came to understand what a sense of place really means, how it shapes morality, identity and community. University of New Mexico Press, 1996. Soft cover. $24.95

  104. Basso, Keith H. Wisdom Sits in Places: Landscape and Language among the Western Apache. Western States Book Award winner for creative nonfiction. With tribal elders and storytellers as his guides, Basso came to understand what a sense of place really means, how it shapes morality, identity and community. University of New Mexico Press, 1996. Dust jacket. $35.00

  105. Bateman, Walter L. The Navajo of the Painted Desert. Illustrated by Richard C. Bartlett. Unitarian Universalist Association, 1973. Soft cover with wear. $12.50.

  106. Bates, Craig D. and Martha J. Lee. Tradition and Innovation: A Basket History of the Indians of the Yosemite-Mono Lake Area. Authoritative study of the history and basketry of the Miwok and Paiute people of the greater Yosemite area. Over 360 photographs of baskets and historic images of the Yosemite Indians. The Yosemite Fund, 1990. Dust jacket. $125.00

  107. SOLD Batkin, Jonathan. Pottery of the Pueblos of New Mexico 1700-1940. This volume represents the first systematic study of New Mexico Pueblo pottery during this period of radical change. 1st edition. Taylor Museum of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. 1987. Dust jacket with tear on front cover. $100.00

  108. SOLD Bauver, Robert. Masterworks and Eccentricities Navajo and Pueblo Jewelry and Metalwork 1880-1950: The Druckman Collection. Edited by John Krena. Contains color photographs of the pieces. 1st printing. Four Winds Publishing. Soft cover. $35.00

  109. Bauver, Robert. Navajo and Pueblo Earrings 1850-1945 Collected by Robert V. Gallegos. The first book to explain and illustrate the different types of Native American earrings and types of materials used. Rio Grande Books, 2006. Dust jacket. $39.95

  110. Bauver, Robert. Navajo and Pueblo Earrings 1850-1945 Collected by Robert V. Gallegos. The first book to explain and illustrate the different types of Native American earrings and types of materials used. Rio Grande Books, 2006. Soft cover. $27.95

  111. SOLD Baxter, Paula A. Southwest Silver Jewelry. Examines the first century of Navajo and Pueblo metal jewelry-making in the American Southwest. Color photographs illustrate the jewelry. A values reference guide is also provided. Schiffer Publishing, 2001. Dust jacket. $49.95

  112. Bayer, Laura with Floyd Montya. Santa Ana: The People, the Pueblo, and the History of Tamaya. The story of the Tamaya people and the Santa Ana Pueblo in New Mexico. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $15.00

  113. 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

  114. Baylor, Byrd. When Clay Sings. Illustrated by Tom Bahti. A Caldecott Honor Book. A picture of the past using prehistoric images to tell the story of earlier times. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1972. Dust jacket. $20.00

  115. Bean, Lowell John. Mukat's People: The Cahuilla Indians of Southern California. Bean reconstructs the Mukat's culture as it existed at the beginning of the Spanish period. 1st edition. University of California Press, 1972. Dust jacket. $25.00

  116. Bean, Lowell John. Mukat's People: The Cahuilla Indians of Southern California. Bean reconstructs the Mukat's culture as it existed at the beginning of the Spanish period. University of California Press. Soft cover. $9.95

  117. SOLD Bean, Lowell John and Katherine Siva Saubel. Temalpakh: Cahuilla Indian Knowledge and Usage of Plants. With an Appendix on the Problem of Aboriginal Agriculture Among the Cahuilla by Harry W. Lawton and Lowell John Bean. Examination on the usage of plants following more than 10 years of research. Malki Museum Press, 1972. Dust jacket. $45.00

  118. The Bedbugs' Night Dance and other Hopi Sexual Tales - Mumuspi'yyungqa Tuutuwutsi. Collected, translated, and edited by Ekkehart Malotki. With an introduction by E. N. Genovese. Folk tales of the Hopi, printed in Hopi and English on opposite pages. 1st edition. Northern Arizona University (University of Nebraska Press), 1995. Black decorated casebound, black mark on bottom edge. $65.00

  119. SOLD Bedinger, Margery. Indian Silver: Navajo and Pueblo Jewelers. Definitive account of the working of metals by Southwest Indians. University of New Mexico Press, 1974. Dust jacket. $30.00

  120. Begay, Harrison. The Sacred Mountains of the Navajo in Four Paintings by Harrison Begay. Explanatory text by Leland C. Wyman. Exhibition catalog. Museum of Northern Arizona. 1967. Wraps. $17.50

  121. Begay, Shonto. Navajo: Visions and Voices Across the Mesa. Twenty paintings, culled from Shonto Begay's body of work, are combined with his original poetry to present an intimate look at Navajo life today. Signed by the author. Scholastic Inc., 1995. Dust jacket. $15.95

  122. Belikove, Ruth K. Jewels of the Navajo Loom: The Rugs of Tec Nos Pos. History of the trading post, rugs and their weavers. Color photos of the rugs from the exhibit. Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, 2003. Soft cover. $14.95

  123. Benally, Malcolm D., editor and translator. Bitter Water: Dine Oral Histories of the Navajo-Hopi Land Dispute. Foreword by Jennifer Nez Denetdale. Presents the narrative of four Dine women who resisted removal and have watched their communities change. University of Arizona Press, 2011. Soft cover. $19.95

  124. Bender, Norman J. "New Hope for the Indians": The Grant Peace Policy and the Navajos in the 1870s. Examines one of the government's first concerted attempts to solve the "Indian problem." 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1989. Soft cover. $14.95

  125. Benedek, Emily. The Wind Won't Know Me: A History of the Navajo-Hopi Land Dispute. The story of the struggle over the joint land use and forced removal from their home land. 1st edition. Knopf, 1992. Dust jacket. $25.00

  126. 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

  127. Bennett, Edna Mae. Turquoise and the Indian. A full treatment of the gem and its use by Southwestern Indians. Includes a bibliography. Revised edition. Sage Books, Swallow Press, 1970. Dust jacket. $30.00

  128. SOLD Bennett, Edna Mae and John F. Turquoise Jewelry of the Indians of the Southwest. Illustrated with color photographs, providing an overall picture of the Indians making silver and turquoise work. 1st edition. Turquoise Books, 1973. Dust jacket. $45.00

  129. Bennett, Edna Mae and John F. Turquoise Jewelry of the Indians of the Southwest. Illustrated with color photographs, providing an overall picture of the Indians making silver and turquoise work. Turquoise Books, 1974. Dust jacket. $35.00

  130. Bennett, Kay and Russ. A Navajo Saga. A Navajo family history from 1846 to 1870, chronicling events such as the trip to Bosque Redondo and then back to the reservation. 1st edition. Naylor Publishing, 1969. Dust jacket. $40.00

  131. Bennett, Noel. Designing with the Wool: Advanced techniques in Navajo Weaving. 1st edition. Detailed "how-to" book on navajo weaving with illustrations and examples. Northland Press, 1979. Soft cover. $20.00

  132. Bennett, Noel. Genuine Navajo Rug . . . How to Tell. Reprinted booklet on rugs. Filter Press, 1979. Wraps. $7.50

  133. Bennett, Noel. Halo of the Sun: Stories Told and Retold. Photographs by John Running. Navajo legends and stories of living and weaving with the Navajo. Northland Press, 1987. Soft cover oblong. $19.95

  134. Bennett, Noel. The Weaver's Pathway: A Clarification of the "Spirit Trail" in Navajo Weaving. The first definitive study of the Spirit Trail phenomenon and is the result of years of research and personal experiences. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1974. Dust jacket. $35.00

  135. SOLD Bennett, Noel. The Weaver's Pathway: A Clarification of the "Spirit Trail" in Navajo Weaving. The first definitive study of the Spirit Trail phenomenon and is the result of years of research and personal experiences. Northland Press, 1987. Soft cover. $17.50

  136. Bennett, Noel and Tiana Bighorse. Working with the Wool: How to Weave a Navajo Rug. With drawings by Robert Jacobson. 2nd printing. Northland Press, 1971. Brown cloth binding. $25.00

  137. Bennett, Noel and Tiana Bighorse. Working with the Wool: How to Weave a Navajo Rug. Northland Press, 1983. Soft cover. $17.50

  138. Bensinger, Charles. Chaco Journey: Remembrance and Awakening. Story of the Harmonic Convergence at Chaco Canyon in 1987. Timewindow Publication, 1988. Soft cover. $14.50

  139. Berger, Guy and Nancy Schiffer. Pueblo and Navajo Contemporary Pottery and Directory of Artists. With Price Guide. In 280 beautiful color photos, styles inherently connected with old beliefs and Southwest clay are shown to have a fresh appearance in the hands of contemporary potters. Schiffer Publishing, 2000. Soft cover. $29.95

  140. Benton, Patricia. Arizona: The Turquoise Land. Illustrated by Tsinajinnie. Poetry with a Native American feel. Wonderful drawings by Tsinajinnie. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Frederick Fell, 1958. Boards with tan tape and Tsinajinnie painting on the cover. $30.00

  141. Berkowitz, Paul. The Case of the Indian Trader: Billy Malone and the National Park Service Investigation at Hubbell Trading Post. Story of the NPS how it operates and what went wrong in one disturbing case. University of New Mexico Press, 2011. Soft cover. $24.95

  142. Berlant, Anthony and Mary Hunt Kahlenberg. Walk in Beauty: The Navajo and Their Blankets. An illuminating study of the culture and history of the Navajo with an authoritative examination of the blankets themselves. Color and black and white illustrations. Photo of Ti-co-ba-Sha, son of Barboncito, is laid in. New York Graphic Society, 1977. Dust jacket. $125.00

  143. Bernstein, Bruce. Santa Fe Indian Market: A History of Native Arts and the Marketplace. Details the history of the world famous market. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2012. Soft cover. $29.95

  144. Bernstein, Bruce and W. Jackson Rushing. Modern by Tradition: American Indian Painting in the Studio Style. The fine-art studio of the Santa Fe Indian School, directed by Dorothy Dunn was a major force in bringing American Indian painting to national attention. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1995. Soft cover. $29.95

  145. Bernstein, Bruce and W. Jackson Rushing. Modern by Tradition: American Indian Painting in the Studio Style. The fine-art studio of the Santa Fe Indian School, directed by Dorothy Dunn was a major force in bringing American Indian painting to national attention. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1995. Dust jacket. $45.00

  146. Between Sacred Mountains: Navajo Stories and Lessons from the Land. Oral traditions and stories with photographs and drawings. Sun Tracks and University of Arizona Press, 1994. Soft cover, oblong. $25.00 *

  147. Betzinez, Jason with Wilbur Sturtevant Nye.I Fought with Geronimo. Drawings by J. Franklin Whitman, Jr. The Native American version of the frontier military campaigns in the Southwest. 1st edition. Stackpole, 1959. Dust jacket with spine faded. $50.00

  148. Betzinez, Jason with Wilbur Sturtevant Nye. I Fought with Geronimo. Drawings by J. Franklin Whitman, Jr. Previous owner inscription with holiday sticker. Reprint. Bonanaza Books. Dust jacket, with tear and missing piece. $30.00

  149. SOLD Betzinez, Jason with Wilbur Sturtevant Nye. I Fought with Geronimo. Drawings by J. Franklin Whitman, Jr. Recollections of an Apache with his years with Geronimo. University of Nebraska Press, 1987. Soft cover with minor wear. $12.50

  150. Bia, Fred (photographs) and T. L. McCarty (text). Of Mother Earth and Father Sky: A Photographic Study of Navajo Culture. Produced by the Title IV-B Navajo Materials Development Project. Navajo Curriculum Center, Rough Rock Demonstration School, 1983. $20.00

  151. SOLD Bibby, Brian. The Fine Art of California Indian Basketry. Serves as an exhibit catalog with beautiful color images of the baskets as well as informative text on the tribes and artists. Crocker Art Museum, 1996. Oversize soft cover. $22.50

  152. Bigelow, John, Jr. Lt. On the Bloody Trail of Geronimo. Foreword, introduction, and notes by Arthur Woodward. A soldier's journal-account of the Apache Campaign of 1886 as fought by the Negro troopers of the famed 10th Cavalry. Westernlore Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $24.95 *

  153. Bighorse, Tiana. Bighorse the Warrior. Edited by Noel Bennett. With a foreword by Barry Lopez. Provides authentic glimpses into Navajo life and values of a century ago. University of Arizona Press, 1990. Dust jacket. $20.00

  154. Bigler, Marguerite. Navajo Indians. Unit Study Books No. 310. Handwritten on front cover "Supervisor's Library", previous owners name on title page. American Education Press, Inc., 1934. Brown wraps. $7.50

  155. SOLD Billingsley, M. W. Behind the Scenes in Hopi Land. The story of Billingsley's 51 years with the Hopi people by the only authentic white chief of the Hopi. Illustrated with photographs. 1st edition. 1971. Soft cover. $40.00

  156. SOLD Bingaman, John W. The Ahwahneechees: A Story of the Yosemite Indians. 1st edition. Signed by author. Brief biographies make for some identification of Indians, young and old. End-Kian Publishing, 1966. Wraps. $25.00

  157. Bishop, Amanda and Bobbie Kalman. Life in a Pueblo. Juvenile book that introduces children to the traditional daily life of the Pueblo peoples of the Southwest region prior to European contact. Crabtreen Publishing, 2003. Soft cover. $8.95

  158. Bishop, Amanda and Bobbie Kalman. Nations of the Southwest. Juvenile book that introduces children to the many Native nations of the Southwest region as they lived prior to European contact. Crabtree Publishing, 2003. Soft cover. $8.95

  159. Blaine, Peter, Sr. with Michael S. Adams. Papagos and Politics. Story of events witnessed by Blaine between 1902 and 1943 explain how the Papago gave up their traditional economy. Signed by the author. Previous owners label on front endsheet. Arizona Historical Society, 1981. Dust jacket. $45.00

  160. Blaine, Peter, Sr. with Michael S. Adams. Papagos and Politics. Story of events witnessed by Blaine between 1902 and 1943 explain how the Papago gave up their traditional economy. Arizona Historical Society, 1981. Soft cover, with minor wear. $15.00

  161. Blair, Mary Ellen and Laurence. The Legacy of a Master Potter: Nampeyo and Her Descendants. A biography of the Hopi-Tewa woman who revived the fine art of Hopi pottery and inspired five generations of artists. Treasure Chest Books, 1999. Soft cover. $29.95

  162. Blair, Mary Ellen and Laurence. Margaret Tafoya: A Tewa Potter's Heritage and Legacy. The story of the artist and her contribution to Tewa pottery. Illustrated. Schiffer, 1986. Dust jacket. $45.00

  163. Bleeker, Sonia. The Navajo: herders, weavers, and silversmiths. Illustrated by Patricia Boodell. Young adult stories about the Navajo. William Morrow & Co., 1959. Dust jacket. $15.00

  164. book cover Block, Mark P. Turquoise: Mines, Mineral, & Wearable Art. Illustrated with over 390 dazzling color images, this book explores the fascinating story of the mineral, its history from ancient times to the present, and the influence of native artists in making this gemstone part of popular culture in America. Schiffer, 2007. Soft cover, oversize. $29.95

  165. Blue, Martha. Indian Trader: The Life & Times of J. L. Hubbell. Biography of the Navajo trader at Ganado and settlement of the West. Envelope of J.L.Hubbell, Indian Trader addressed to Loui Hieb, laid in. 1st edition. Kiva Publishing, 2000. Dust jacket. $50.00

  166. Bodine, John J. Taos Pueblo: A Walk Through Time. A visitor's guide to the Pueblo, its people and their customs and their long history. 1st printing. The Lightning Tree, 1977. Orange wraps. Cover is rubbed. $2.95

  167. Bodine, John J. Taos Pueblo: A Walk Through Time. An illustrated visitor's guide to the Pueblo, its people, their customs, and their long history. Rev. edition. Rio Nuevo, 2006. Dust jacket. $12.95

  168. Bodine, John J. Taos Pueblo: A Walk Through Time. An illustrated visitor's guide to the Pueblo, its people, their customs, and their long history. Treasure Chest Books, 1996. Soft cover. $6.95

  169. Bohrer, Vorsila L. and Margaret Bergseng. An Annotated Catalogue of Plants from Window Rock, Arizona. Descriptive list of the plants on the Navajo Reservation. Navajoland Publications. Navajo Tribal Museum. August 1963. Yellow wraps. $8.00

  170. Boissiere, Robert. The Hopi Way: An Odyssey. 1st edition. Sunstone Press, 1985. Soft cover. $12.00

  171. newBooker, Margaret Moore. Southwest Art Defined: An Illustrated Guide. Comprehensive descriptions of Native American and Hispano art are accompanied by full-color photographs of art from museums, galleries, and private collections. Rio Nuevo Publishers, 2013. Dust jacket. $40.00

  172. Bourke, John G. General Crook in the Indian Country. With Frederic Remington's A Scout with the Buffalo - Soldiers. Filter Press, 1974. Decorated wraps. $10.00 *

  173. Bourke, John G. The Medicine Men of the Apache. First published in 1892 by the BAE, this describes in minute detail the regalia worn by these practitioners as well as facets of their personalities. Socio-Technical Publications, 1971. Dust jacket with small tear at top. $50.00

  174. Bourke, John G. The Medicine Men of the Apache. First published in 1892 by the BAE, this describes in minute detail the regalia worn by these practitioners as well as facets of their personalities. Rio Grande Reprint. Brown decorated cloth. $30.00

  175. SOLD Bourke, John Gregory. The Snake Dance of the Moquis of Arizona. Reprint. Rio Grande Press, 1962. Teal cloth. $60.00

  176. Bourke, John G. The Snake-Dance of the Moquis: Being a Narrative of a Journey from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to the Villages of the Moqui Indians of Arizona. One of the fullest accounts of Hopi ritual ever recorded. University of Arizona Press, 1984. Soft cover. $12.50

  177. Bourke, John G. The Urine Dance of the Zuni Indians of New Mexico. From the ethnological notes collected by him under the direction of Lt. General P. H. Sheridan in 1881. Woodfill bookmark on front endsheet. Privately reprinted by W. Stewart Woodfill, Mackinac Island, 1958. Yellow cloth. $75.00

  178. Bourke, John G. The Urine Dance of the Zuni Indians of New Mexico. From the ethnological notes collected by him under the direction of Lt. General P. H. Sheridan in 1881. Reprinted in 1959 from a 1920 privately printed item without change in context or pagination. Wraps. $15.00

  179. Bowen, Thomas. Unknown Island: Seri Indians, Europeans, and San Esteban Island in the Gulf of California. Ethnohistory as to why a reclusive band of Seri were unknown to Europeans, Americans, and Mexicans for nearly four centuries. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $55.00

  180. Boyce, George A. When Navajos Had Too Many Sheep: The 1940's. Story of the Navajo livestock reduction program. Indian Historian Press, 1974. Soft cover. $12.50

  181. 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

  182. SOLD Braatz, Timothy. Surviving Conquest: A History of the Yavapai Peoples. Drawing on in-depth archival research and accounts recorded in the early twentieth century, Braatz tells the story of the Yavapai and their changing world. University of Nebraska Press, 2003. Dust jacket, mark on bottom edge. $45.00

  183. surviving conquest Braatz, Timothy. Surviving Conquest: A History of the Yavapai Peoples. Drawing on in-depth archival research and accounts recorded in the early twentieth century, Braatz tells the story of the Yavapai and their changing world. University of Nebraska Press, 2003. Soft cover. $29.95

  184. Brady, Margaret K. "Some Kind of Power": Navajo Children's Skinwalker Narratives. An insightful study of the Navajo culture as experienced and expressed by Navajo children in their telling of stories about skinwalker, one of the most powerful figures in the Navajo universe. University of Utah Press, 1984. Dust jacket. $20.00

  185. Brandeis, Madeline. The Little Indian Weaver. An early book for young readers about a little Navajo weaver. Illustrated with photographs. The author was a producer of motion pictures. Grosset & Dunlap, copyright 1928 A. Flanagan Co. Blue decrated paper boards with bue cloth spine. $12.50.

  186. Branson, Oscar T. Fetishes and Carvings of the Southwest. Colorful photographs of examples of different types of fetishes. 1st edition. Treasure Chest Publications, 1976. Soft cover. $25.00

  187. Branson, Oscar T. Hopi Indian Kachina Dolls. Illustrated guide to the different Kachina dolls. Treasure Chest, 1992. Illustrated casebound, oversize. $50.00

  188. Branson, Oscar T. Indian Jewelry Making. Illustrated guide on how to make jewelry. Combines volume 1 and 2. Treasure Chest Books, 2000. Spiral bound. $25.00

  189. SOLD Branson, Oscar T. Turquoise: The Gem of the Centuries. Colorful photographs of examples of turquoise jewelry. 1st edition, second impression. Treasure Chest Publications, 1975. Soft cover. $30.00

  190. SOLD Breazeale, J. F. The Pima and His Basket. Early piece on the Pima Indians and their basktry. Illustrated. Minor stain on front endsheet. Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society, 1923. Tan decorative cloth. $75.00

  191. Breunig, Robert and Michael Lomatuway'ma. Hopi: Scenes of Everyday Life. Reprint from the Plateau 55:1, detailing the village life, farming and contemporary scene as well as photos of Emry Kopta. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1983. Wraps, slight discoloration with embossed seal of former owner on title page. $8.00

  192. Breunig, Robert and Michael Lomatuway'ma. Kachina Dolls: Form and Function in Hopi Tithu. Nicely illustrated catalog gives an introduction to Hopi Kachinas and discusses the ceremonial year. Reprint from Plateau magazine 54:4. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1983. Wraps. $10.00

  193. new placenames Bright, William. Native American Placenames of the Southwest: A Handbook for Travelers. Edited and with an introduction by Alice Anderton and Sean O'Neill. Includes information on pronunciation, literal meaning and relevant history. University of Oklahoma Press, 2013. Soft cover. $19.95

  194. SOLD Brill de Ramirez, Susan Berry. Native American Life-History Narratives: Colonial and Postcolonial Navajo Ethnography. A new perspective on Navajo narratives. University of New Mexico Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $34.95

  195. Broder, Patricia Janis Broder. Hopi Painting: The World of the Hopis. Foreword by Carl S. Dentzel. Understanding of Hopi art, its origins of traditionl designs and symbols and the adapation to modern works. Limited edition of 500 copies for the Southwest Museum, numbered (#157) and signed by the author. Brandywine Press, 1979. Dust jacket. $50.00

  196. SOLD Broder, Patricia Janis. Shadows on Glass: The Indian World of Ben Wittick. Foreword by Frederick J. Dockstader. From 1878 to 1903, Wittick photographed the Native Americans of the Southwest, documenting the change of the Apache, Navajo, Pueblo, Hualapai, Havasupai, Mohave and Yuma. Rowman & Littlefield, 1990. Dust jacket, oblong. $65.00

  197. Brody, J. J. Beauty from the Earth: Pueblo Indian Pottery from the University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. With a brief essay by Rebecca Allen. Exhibition catalog with text and images detailing the history of Pueblo pottery. University of Pennsylvania, 1990. Soft cover, oblong. $22.95

  198. Brody, J. J. Between Traditions: Navajo Weaving Toward the End of the Nineteenth Century. Exhibit catalog for a traveling exhibit between 1976-77. Published for the University of Iowa Museum of Art, 1976. Soft cover with minor wear. $25.00

  199. Brody, J. J. Pueblo Indian Painting: Tradition and Modernism in New Mexico, 1900-1930. The first complete history of this Native American art. Based on the extensive Pueblo painting collections of the School of American Research in Santa Fe, the book traces the lives and examines the achievements of seven key artists. Contains full page color illustrations. School of American Research Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $60.00

  200. Brody, J. J. Pueblo Indian Painting: Tradition and Modernism in New Mexico, 1900-1930. The first complete history of this Native American art. Based on the extensive Pueblo painting collections of the School of American Research in Santa Fe, the book traces the lives and examines the achievements of seven key artists. Contains full page color illustrations. School of American Research Press, 1997. Soft cover oversize. $34.95

  201. Bromberg, Erik. The Hopi Approach to the Art of Kachina Doll Carving. This volume, packed with useful information and 122 beautiful color illustrations, is an effort to answer in advance all the predictable questions a collector of Hopi Kachina dolls might ask. Schiffer Publishing Ltd, 1986. Soft cover. $9.95

  202. Brown, Bonnie and Carol D. Bracken. The Complete Family Guide to Navajo-Hopi Land. Navajo Tribe Office of Tourism, 1986. Soft cover. $8.95

  203. newBrown, Tracy L. Pueblo Indians and Spanish Colonial Authority in Eighteenth-Century New Mexico. Paints a portrait of the Pueblo peoples and their complex responses to Spanish colonialism by making sense of little-researched archival documents and archaeological findings that cast light on the daily life of Pueblo peoples. University of Arizona Press, 2013. Dust jacket. $55.00

  204. Brown, Vinson and Douglas Andrews. The Pomo Indians of California and Their Neighbors. Illustrated guide with an oversize map in the pocket. Naturegraph Press, 1969. Soft cover. $8.00

  205. Browning, Sinclair. Enju: The Life and Struggle of an Apache Chief from the Little Running Water. Introduction by Morris K. Udall. Story of an Apache during the last quarter of the nineteenth century - with information on John Clum. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1982. Soft cover. $20.00

  206. Brugge, David M. Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site. Photographs by George H. H. Huey. Filled with history and contemporary photographs, this book provides a history of the Hubbell family, the Navajo Indians and trading. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1993. Soft cover. $9.95

  207. Brugge, David M., J. Lee Correl and Editha L. Watson. Navajo Bibliography with Subject Index. Listing of books and articles about the Dine. Revised edition in two volumes. Research Report No. 2. Navajo Tribe, 1969. 2 volumes bound together. Green cloth, oversize. $35.00

  208. Brugge, David M., J. Lee Correl and Editha L. Watson. Navajo Bibliography. Listing of books and articles about the Dine. Contains information sheet about the 1968 Navajo Centennial. Navajoland Publications Series B. Signed by all three authors. Navajo Tribal Museum, December 1967. Oversize, green stiff decorated cover, stapled, with small tear on front edge. $25.00

  209. Brugge, David M. The Navajo Hopi Land Dispute: An American Tragedy. A fresh perspective, recounting the origins and history of the legal battle between the two peoples for control of the 1882 reservation, focusing on the federal court case, Healing v Jones. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $25.00

  210. Brugge, Doug and Timothy Benally, and Esther Yazzie-Lewis. The Navajo People and Uranium Mining. Foreword by Stewart L. Udall. The documented history of how these Navajo lived, worked and now waiting for compensation for laboring in the most hazardous conditions imaginable. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $29.95

  211. Brugge, David M. Navajos in the Catholic Church Records of New Mexico 1694-1875. Combing archaeological evidence with Navajo cultural precepts, Brugge used the records of the Catholic Church to shed light on the practices, causes and effects of Spanish, Mexican, and American occupation on the Navajo Nation. Research Reports No. 1. 1st edition. Navajo Tribe Parks and Recreation Department, 1968. Yellow stiff covers, stapled, oversize. $20.00

  212. Brugge, David M. Navajos in the Catholic Church Records of New Mexico 1694-1875. Combing archaeological evidence with Navajo cultural precepts, Brugge used the records of the Catholic Church to shed light on the practices, causes and effects of Spanish, Mexican, and American occupation on the Navajo Nation. 3rd edition. School of Advanced Research Press, 2010. Soft cover. $20.00

  213. Bryant, Kathleen. The Four Corners Timeless Lands of the Southwest: A Visual Tour of Hopi and Navajo Homelands. Oversize pictorical book with wonderful color photographs and informative text. Northland Publishing, 2003. Soft cover. $9.95

  214. Bsumek, Erika Marie. Indian-Made: Navajo Culture in the Marketplace, 1868-1940. The author unravels the layers of meaning that surround the branding of "Indian-made." Discussion of the relationship between consumer and artisan. University Press of Kansas, 2008. Dust jacket. $29.95

  215. Bsumek, Erika Marie. Indian-Made: Navajo Culture in the Marketplace, 1868-1940. The author unravels the layers of meaning that surround the branding of "Indian-made." Discussion of the relationship between consumer and artisan. University Press of Kansas, 2008. Soft cover. $19.95 *

  216. SOLD Buchanan, Kimberly Moore. Apache Women Warriors. Chapters discuss survivors, women as providers and leaders and wives as supporters and fighters, shamans, and a study of Lozen. 1st edition. Texas Western Press, 1986. Three-quarter leather. $65.00

  217. Bunker, Robert. Other Men's Skies. The story of the author's adventures in the growth of give-and-take and of democratic grass-roots living. Indiana University Press, 1956. Dust jacket, with several tears and missing pieces. $10.00

  218. SOLD Bunnell, Lafayette Houghton. Discovery of the Yosemite and the Indian War of 1851 Which Led to that Event. Written by a doctor with the Mariposa Battalion and one of the discoverers, late Surgeon of the 36th Regiment Wisconsin Volunteers. Preface by Hank Johnston. This volume is the principal source of information about te discovery of Yosemite Valley in March 1851. Yosemite Association, 1990. Soft cover. $15.00

  219. Bunzel, Ruth L. The Pueblo Potter: A Study of Creative Imagination in Primitive Art. Plates show ceramic and other artifacts that show the design motifis of modern and classical of the Southwestern tribes. Reprint Dover. Soft cover with wear. $10.00

  220. Bunzel, Ruth L. Zuni Ceremonialism: Three Studies. Introduction by Nancy J. Parezo. Contains studies of Zuni religion and language written in the 1920s and 1930s, published originally by the BAE and are reproduced in facsimile edition. Also contains "Introduction to Zuni Ceremonialism" which focused on the Pueblo's guiding values. University of New Mexico, 1992. Pink soft cover. $25.00

  221. SOLD Bunzel, Ruth L. Zuni Katcinas: An Analytical Study. Reprint from the BAE 47th Annual Report 1929-30. Description of the kachinas with some color plates. Rio Grande Press, 1984. Cream leatherette decorative with minor rubbing. $75.00

  222. SOLD Burlison, Irene. Yesterday and Today in the Life of the Apaches. An authentic account of the life of the Apaches - the author spent twelve years as a teacher on both of the Apache reservations in Arizona. 1st edition. Dorrance & Co., 1973. Dust jacket. $22.50

  223. Burns, Mike. All of My People Were Killed: The Memoir of Mike Burns (Hoomothya) a Captive Indian. The story of a young Yavapai boy who witnessed the killing of his family by the Army in 1872, and whose life was connected with the military, Buffalo Bill Cody, General Crook and others in the history of the West. Edited by John Langellier. Signed by Langellier. Sharlot Hall Museum, 2010. Dust jacket. $34.95

  224. Burns, Mike. The Only One Living to Tell: The Autobiography of a Yavapai Indian. Edited by Gregory McNamee. The story of a young boy and his work to save his people's heritage. University of Arizona Press, 2012. Soft cover. $17.95

  225. Buskirk, Winfred. Western Apache: Living With the Land Before 1950. A detailed look at the Apache and how they lived. Civilization of American Indians #177. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $35.00

  226. Cahill, Rick. The Story of Casas Grandes Pottery. With a Spanish translation. Chapters of the prehistoric Indian design and contemporary pottery - as well as a history of the region and the artists. 1st edition. Boojum Books, 1991. Soft cover. $25.00

  227. Cain, H. Thomas. American Indian Jewelry. Illustrated with photographs from the collection of the Heard Museum of Anthropology and Primitive Art. Wraps. Heard Museum, 1966. $7.50

  228. Cain, H. Thomas. Pima Indian Basketry. Illustrated with photographs from the collection of the Heard Museum of Anthropology and Primitive Art. Previous owners' names on title page, remains of paste on inside front cover, worn hole on bottom of title page. Soft cover. Heard Museum, 1967. $10.00

  229. SOLD Calhoun, James S. The Official Correspondence of James S. Calhoun While Indian Agent at Santa Fe and Superintendent of Indian Affairs in New Mexico. Collected mainly from the files of the Indian Office and edited under its direction by Annie Heloise Abel. 4 maps in back pocket. Previous owners' names on front endsheets. GPO, 1915. Tan cloth with spine darkened. $175.00

  230. Cameron, Catherine M. Hopi Dwellings: Architecture at Orayvi. Examining change at Orayvi offers the opportunity to study the architectural effects of time. Illustrated. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $50.00

  231. Campbell, R. and H. E. Gregory. The Black Mesa Coal Field, Arizona. Extract pertaining to the Black Mesa coal fields on the Hopi and Navajo Indian Reservation. c. 1909. Wraps. $10.00

  232. SOLD Campbell, Tyrone and Joel and Kate Kopp. Navajo Pictorial Weaving 1880-1950: Folk Art Images of Native Americans. Contains one hundred seventy color examples that illustrate the most definitive survey of Navajo pictorial weaving yet published. University of New Mexico Press, 1995. Soft cover. $30.00

  233. Campbell, Tyrone D. Timeless Textiles: Traditional Pueblo Arts 1840-1940. Exhibition catalog provides a glimpse of some fine examples of the textile arts as they were practiced prior to World War II. Color photographs of the textiles.  Museum of Indian Arts & Crafts, 2003. Soft cover. $14.95

  234. Cannon, Carnelia. The Pueblo Boy. A Story of Coronado's search for the seven cities of Cibola. Houghton Mifflin Company, 1926. Previous owners name printed inside. $12.50

  235. Caraway, Caren. Southwest Indian Designs. Designs of the Hopi, Navajo, Pueblo, Pima and other Native Americans from Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado, famed for their textile, pottery and sand-painting. Includes information on the different tribes. Stemmer House, 2006. Soft cover. $7.95

  236. Carlson, Vada and Gary Witherspoon. Black Mountain Boy: A Story of the Boyhood of John Honie. Illustrated by Andy Tsinajinnie. With an original pen and ink sketch and personal inscription by Tsinajinnie. Rough Rock Demonstration School, 1968. Soft cover. $150.00

  237. 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

  238. 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

  239. Carrillo, Charles M. Saints of the Pueblos. An exploration of the connections between Hispanic and Pueblo cultures — delving into the Hispanic devotional images of saints and Pueblo pottery traditions. LPD Press, 2008. Soft cover. $22.95

  240. SOLD Carter, William B. Indian Alliances and the Spanish in the Southwest, 750 - 1750. A multilayered reassessment of historical events and environmental and social change to show how mutally supportive networks among Native peoples created alliances before and after Spanish settlement. University of Oklahoma Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $34.95

  241. SOLD Carter, William B. Indian Alliances and the Spanish in the Southwest, 750 - 1750. A multilayered reassessment of historical events and environmental and social change to show how mutally supportive networks among Native peoples created alliances before and after Spanish settlement. University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. Soft cover. $24.95

  242. Cerny, Charlene. Navajo Pictorial Weaving. Foreword by Joe Ben Wheat. Collection and description of Navajo pictorial rugs. 1st edition. Museum of New Mexico Foundation, 1975. Soft cover. $15.00

  243. Cesa, Margaret. The World of Flower Blue: Pop Chalee: An Artistic Biography. 1st edition. Red Crane Books, 1997. Dust jacket. $39.95

  244. book cover Chamberlain, Kathleen P. Victorio: Apache Warrior and Chief. This biography expands our understanding of this Warm Springs Apache in the Apache wars and brings him into the center of events. Chamberlain draws on ethnographic sources to surmise his childhood and adolescence as well as depict the social, religious and economic life. University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $24.95

  245. Chamberlain, Kathleen P. Under Sacred Ground: A History of Navajo Oil 1922 - 1982. An ethnohistory that examines oil and gas production and leasing and their impact on Navajo land and culture. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $35.00

  246. Chana, Leonard F., Susan Lobo and Barbara Chana. The Sweet Smell of Home: The Life and Art of Leonard F. Chana. The story of the Tohono O'odham artist and the people who live in the southern Sonoran Desert of Arizona. Filled with photographs and examples of his art. University of Arizona Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $40.00

  247. Chapman, Janet and Karen Barrie. Kenneth Milton Chapman: A Life Dedicated to Indian Arts and Artists. Biography of a man who loved the Southwest and the Native Americans. He helped found the Laboratory of Anthropology and the Santa Fe Indian Market. University of New Mexico Press, 2008. Dust jacket, oversize. $34.95

  248. SOLD Chapman, Kenneth M. The Pottery of San Ildefonso Pueblo. The first definitive study of San Ildefonso pottery, its origin, form, decoration, firing and styles. Supplementary text by Francis H. Harlow. 1st edition. School of American Research, University of New Mexico Press, 1970. Dust jacket with minor rubbing. $90.00

  249. SOLD Chapman, Kenneth M. Pottery of Santo Domingo Pueblo Revised edition limited to 1000 copies. Santa Fe: Laboratory of Anthropology, 1953. Wrps. 192 p. $85.00

  250. Chapman, Kenneth M. Pueblo Pottery Designs. Includes both prehistoric and historic, drawing on decades of firsthand research including repeated visits to the Santo Domingo. Unabridged republication of the second revised printing of The Pottery of Santo Domingo Pueblo, originally printed in 1953. Dover, 1995. Soft cover. $11.95

  251. Chase, Katherin L. Indian Painters of the Southwest: The Deep Remembering. With a foreword by Diane Reyna. Book profiles artists from seven different Pueblo groups and the Navajo Nation. Includes photographs of the artists and their work. School of American Research, 2002. Soft cover. $19.95

  252. Chase, Katherin. Navajo Painting. Discussion on the traditionalists and contemporary Navajo artists. Plateau 54:1. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1982. Soft cover oversize. $9.00

  253. Cheek, Lawrence W. The Navajo Long Walk. A brief, illustrated history of this tragic episode. Rio Nuevo Publishers, 2004. Dust jacket. $12.95

  254. Christian, Jane M. The Navajo: A People in Transition, parts 1 & 2. The development of the Navajo tribe and the impact of government policies. Southwestern Studies II: 3 & 4. Texas Western College Press, 1964/65. Wraps. $20.00

  255. Cirillo, Dexter. Southwestern Indian Jewelry. Photographs of jewelry by Michel Monteaux and artists by Stephen Northup. This dazzling book explores the rich diversity of jewelry made by Southwest Native Americans - from prehistoric beads and fetishes to the most recent inventive designs. Abbeville Press, 1992. Dust jacket. $75.00

  256. Cirillo, Dexter. Southwestern Indian Jewelry: Crafting New Traditions. Photography by Addison Doty. Stunning survey of the most original Southwestern indian jewelers from traditional and contemporary silversmiths to exquisite lapidary artists to metalsmiths who create wearable art and objects. Rizzoli, 2008. Dust jacket, oblong. $55.00

  257. Cisneros, Jose. Faces of the Borderlands. Presentation copy signed by the author. From the Southwestern Studies, Monograph No. 52. Twenty-one drawings with text by Cisneros. Texas Western, 1977. Wraps. $25.00

  258. Cisneros, Jose. Riders of the Border. From the Southwestern Studies, Monograph No. 30. A selection of thirty drawings with accompanying text by the author. Texas Western, 1971. Wraps. $25.00

  259. Clark, Ann Nolan. In My Mother's House. 1st edition. Illustrated by Velino Herrera. Juvenile poetry book. Previous onwers name inscribed front page. Viking Press, 1941. $20.00

  260. Clark, H. Jackson. Glass Plates & Wagon Ruts: Images of the Southwest by Lisle Updike and William Pennington. The two photographers roamed the Four Corners area, taking images of people and landscapes during the early years of the twentieth century. University Press of Colorado, 1998. Dust jacket. $32.50

  261. newClements, William M. Imagining Geronimo: An Apache Icon in Popular Culture. Clements's study samples the repertoire of Geronimo stories and examines Americans's changing sense of Geronimo in terms of traditional patterns—trickster social bandit, patriot chief, sage elder, and culture hero. University of New Mexico Press, 2013. Dust jacket. $39.95

  262. Clemmer, Richard O. Continuities of Hopi Culture Change. Discussion on Hopi social life, tribal government, and economy. 1st edition. Acoma Books, 1978. Brown soft cover. $25.00

  263. SOLD Clemmer, Richard O. Roads in the Sky: The Hopi Indians in a Century of Change. Conflict and Social Change Series. Westview Press, 1995. A compelling study of "fourth worlders" coping with a powerful nation-state, this book depicts Hopi social organization, economy, religion, and politics as well as key events in the history of Hopi-U.S. relations. New. Soft cover. $35.00

  264. SOLD Clum, John P. Apache Days & Tombstone Night: John Clum's Autobiography 1877-1887. Neil B. Carmony, editor. High-Lonesome Books, 1997. Soft cover. $12.95

  265. SOLD Clum, Woodworth. Apache Agent: The Story of John P. Clum. The biography of an Indian agent on the San Carlos Apache Reservation. Reprint. Signed by Marjorie Clum Parker. University of Nebraska Press, 1978. Tan cloth. $25.00

  266. SOLD Clum, Woodworth. Apache Agent: The Story of John P. Clum. The biography of an Indian agent on the San Carlos Apache Reservation. Reprint. University of Nebraska Press, 1978. Soft cover. $25.00

  267. SOLD Cochise, Ciye “Nino.” The First Hundred Years of Nino Cochise: The Untold Story of an Apache Indian Chief 1st ed. London: Abelard-Schuman, 1971. Dust Jacket. 346p. $75.00

  268. Cocke, Dudley, and Donna Portefield and Edward Wemytewa, eds. Journeys Home: Revealing a Zuni-Appalachia Collaboration. The story of the sixteen year collaboration between artists from Zuni tribe and the Appalachian area and the bilingual play they made. Includes a compact disc of stories and songs. Zuni Ashiwi Publishing, 2002. Soft cover. $19.95

  269. Cohodas, Marvin. Basket Weavers for the California Curio Trade: Elizabeth and Louise Hickox. Story of these two weavers who created fine baskets. Contains color photographs. University of Arizona Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $45.00

  270. SOLD Cole, D. C. The Chiricahua Apache 1846-1876: From War to Reservation. Written by a Chiricahua, the book offers a look at the culture and history from oral traditions and written work. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1988. Dust jacket. $45.00

  271. Collier, John. American Indian Ceremonial Dances: Navajo - Pueblo - Apache - Zuni. Over 100 drawings, lithographs and etchings by Ira Moskowitz. Introduction by John Sloan with a preface by Harry L. Shapiro. Artwork and text depict the Southwest ritual dances. Revised edition of Patterns and Ceremonials of the Indians of the Southwest. Bounty Books, 1972. Dust jacket, oversize. $20.00

  272. Collier, John. On the Gleaming Way: Navajos, Eastern Pueblos, Zunis, Hopis, Apaches, and their Land and their Meanings to the World. A reprinting, slightly expanded, of the text of the author's previous work, Patterns and Ceremonials of the Indians of the Southwest (1949). Illustrated with photographs. Sage Books, 1962. Soft cover. $5.95

  273. Collins, Charles Great Escape: The Apache Outbreak of 1881. This account is recommended for anyone interested in the early 1880s period of the Apache Wars or in the histories of Arizona's Graham and Cochise Counties. Westernlore Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $26.95 *

  274. Collins, John E. Hopi Traditions in Pottery and Painting: Honoring Grace Chapella, Potter ( 1874 - ). Exhibition catalogue presenting the viewr some of the traditions of the Hopi Indians expressed by their pottery and painting. Numasters Gallery, 1977. Wraps. $12.50

  275. SOLD Collins, John E. Nampeyo, Hopi Potter: Her Artistry and Her Legacy. Foreword by Barton Wright, introduction by John Collins. Exhibition catalog. Contains a typed list of the art work in the exhibit. Muckenthaler Cultural Center, designed by Northland Press, 1974. Wraps. $25.00

  276. 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

  277. Colton, Harold S. Check List of Southwestern Pottery Types. Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series No. 2, Revised. Northern Arizona Society of Science and Art, 1965. Gray soft cover, oversize, 3-hole punched. $85.00 Special $35.00

  278. Colton, Harold S. Hopi Kachina Dolls with a Key to their Identification. Illustrated with photographs and sketches to identify over 250 varieties of dolls. Revised edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1964. Dust jacket with wear on edges and tear on front, minor staining. $25.00

  279. Colton, Harold S. Hopi Kachina Dolls with a Key to their Identification. Illustrated with sketches to identify over 250 varieties of dolls. Revised edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1987. Soft cover. $19.95

  280. Colton, Mary-Russell Ferrell. Hopi Dyes. A history of the dyes and the textiles used. 1st edition. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1965. Soft cover. $20.00

  281. SOLD Colwell-Chanthaphonh, Chip. Massacre at Camp Grant: Forgetting and Remembering Apache History. A multivocal narrative, interweaving the documentary record, Apache narratives, historical texts and ethnographic research to provide new insights into this terrible event. University of Arizona Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $40.00

  282. Colwell-Chanthaphonh, Chip. Massacre at Camp Grant: Forgetting and Remembering Apache History. A multivocal narrative, interweaving the documentary record, Apache narratives, historical texts and ethnographic research to provide new insights into this terrible event. University of Arizona Press, 2007. Soft cover. $17.95

  283. Colyer, Vincent. Peace with the Apaches of New Mexico and Arizona: Report of Vince Colyer, Member of Board of Indian Commissioners. Originally published by the government in 1872, providing his report and those of Indian agents in the two territories. Reprint. Territorial Press, 1964. Maroon leatherette with gold lettering on spine. $25.00

  284. SOLD Comfort, Will Levington. Apache. With a new introduction by John R. Milton. The classic story of this Southwestern Native tribe. Gregg Press Western. Gregg Press, 1980. Dust jacket. $32.00

  285. Comfort, Will Levington. Apache. The classic story of this Southwestern Native tribe. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $21.95

  286. Congdon-Martin, Douglas. Storytellers and Other Figurative Pottery. Illustrated guide to the Storyteller figures and their makers. Schiffer, 1990. Soft cover with minor wear, oversize. $12.50

  287. Conroy, Katheleen. What You Should Know About Authentic Indian Jewelry. The information will be helpful whether you are an occasional buyer or a collector of authentic American Indian jewelry. Bulk of information gathered from the southwest region. Gro-pub Group, 1975. Soft cover. $10.00

  288. Converging Streams: Art of the Hispanic and Native American Southwest. Edited by William Wroth and Robin Farwell Cabin with an introduction by Estevan Rael-Galvez. A pioneering collection of essays that examine various art forms of the greatern southwest. Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, 2010. Soft cover, oversize. $34.95

  289. Coolidge, Mary Roberts. The Rain-Makers: Indians of Arizona and New Mexico. 1st edition. Houghton Mifflin Co., 1929. Purple stain on bottom edge of cover and first 264 pages. Blue cloth with red printing and design. $35.00

  290. SOLD Coolidge, Mary Roberts & Dane Coolidge. The Navajo Indians 1st ed. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1930. Autographed. Dust Jacket. $90.00

  291. welcome navajo Correll, J. Lee and Editha L. Watson, comp. Welcome to the Land of the Navajo: A Book of Information about the Navajo Indians. Prepared by Navajo Parks and Recreation. Contains a variety of material on the reservation and people. Navajo Tribe, 1969. Red spiral bound, oversize. $10.00

  292. Cortes, Lt. Jose. Views from the Apache Frontier: Report on the Northern Provinces of New Spain. Report of a lieutenant in the Royal Corps of Engineers, 1799. Edited by Elizabeth A. H. John and translated by John Wheat. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1989. Soft cover. $12.95

  293. Cory, Kate. The Hopi Photographs: Kate Cory, 1905-1912. Essays by Barton Wright, Marnie Gaede and Marc Gaede. An extraordinary collection of photographs never before published on the Hopi mesas. 1st edition. Chaco Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $65.00

  294. Coulter, Lane, ed. Navajo Saddle Blankets: Textiles to Ride in the American West. Featuring the Collection of the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. Color photographs. 1st printing. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2002. Soft cover, oversize. $29.95 *

  295. Courlander, Harold. The Fourth World of the Hopis: The Epic Story of the Hopi Indians as Preserved in Their Legends and Traditions. The account of the life of Hopi clans villages from legendary to historical times. University of New Mexico Press, 1989. Soft cover. $16.95

  296. SOLD Courlander, Harold. Hopi Voices: Recollections, Traditions, and Narratives of the Hopi Indians. Recorded, transcribed, and annotated by Courlander. An intimate look at Hopi culture. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1982. Dust jacket. $30.00

  297. SOLD Courlander, Harold. People of the Short Blue Corn: Tales and Legends of the Hopi Indians. An important and timeless collection of Native American folklore. 1st edition. Harcourt Brace Jovanich, 1970. Dust jacket. $30.00

  298. Courlander, Harold. People of the Short Blue Corn: Tales and Legends of the Hopi Indians. An important and timeless collection of Native American folklore. Illustrated by Enrico Arnold. Henry Holt & Co., 1996. Soft cover with small stain on top edge. $9.95

  299. Cousins, Jean and Bill. Tales from Wide Ruins: Jean and Bill Cousins, traders. Edited by Mary Tate Engels. Original accounts of life during the heydey of trading post development in the Southwest. Texas Tech University Press, 1996. Dust jacket. 29.95

  300. Crane, Leo. Desert Drums: The Pueblo Indians of New Mexico 1540-1928. 1st edition. Previous owner's name on endsheet. Little, Brown, and Co., 1928. Cloth cover faded. $45.00

  301. Crane, Leo. Indians of the Enchanted Desert. Hopi, Navajo ceremonial customs. Fold out map at back. 1st edition. Little, Brown, 1925. Black decorated cloth with tear on bottom spine. $45.00

  302. Crane, Leo. Indians of the Enchanted Desert. Hopi , Navajo ceremonial customs. Reprint of 1925 edition. Map on endsheets. Rio Grande, 1972. Cream decorated cloth with spine faded. $12.5

  303. Crapanzano, Vincent. The Fifth World of Enoch Maloney: Portrait of a Navaho. A young anthropologist's moving account of a sojourn and a friendship on the Navajo reservation. This edition was withdrawn and later reprinted under another title. 1st printing. Random House, 1969. Dust jacket. $25.00

  304. Crapanzano, Vincent. The Fifth World of Forster Bennett: Portrait of a Navaho. A young anthropologist's moving account of a sojourn and a friendship on the Navaho reservation, originally published as "The Fifth World of Enoch Maloney." Viking, 1972. Dust jacket. $22.50

  305. Crapanzano, Vincent. The Fifth World of Forster Bennett: Portrait of a Navajo. With a new foreword by the author. A young anthropologist's moving account of a sojourn and a friendship on the Navajo reservation, originally published as "The Fifth World of Enoch Maloney." University of Nebraska Press, 2003. Soft cover. $15.95

  306. Cremony, John C. Life Among the Apaches. The story of a military officer in Arizona during the middle of the nineteenth century. Reprint of 1868 edition. Illustrated by William Harrison Bryant. Limited edition of 750 copies, no. 734. Arizona Silhouettes, 1951. Yellow decorated cloth, some wear. $50.00

  307. life apaches Cremony, John C. Life Among the Apaches. The story of a military officer in Arizona during the middle of the nineteenth century. Reprint of 1868 edition. Illustrated by William Harrison Bryant. 1st trade edition. Arizona Silhouettes, 1954. Green cloth. $30.00

  308. Cremony, John C. Life Among the Apaches. The story of a military officer in Arizona during the middle of the nineteenth century. Reprint of 1868 edition. Contains flyer and bookplate. Time Life. Brown leatherette. $20.00

  309. Cunningham, Keith. American Indians' Kitchen-Table Stories: Contemporary Conversations with Cherokee, Sioux, Hopi, Osage, Navajo, Zuni, and Members of Other Nations. Using more than 200 narratives, stories are told by Native Americas. American Folklore Series. 1st edition. August House, 1992. Dust jacket. $17.50

  310. Cunningham, Keith. Two Zuni Artists: A Tale of Art and Mystery. A revelation of how Zuni art, past and present, remains an essential expression of Zuni life and heritage - focusing on fetishes and pottery. University Press of Mississippi, 1998. Casebound. $25.00

  311. Curtin, L. S. M. By the Prophet of the Earth: Ethnobotany of the Pima. With a new foreword by Gary Paul Nabhan. Curtin investigated the Pima use of desert plants in the 1940s, helping preserve ancient traditions. University of Arizona Press, 1992. Soft cover. $10.95

  312. Cushing, Frank H. Cushing at Zuni: The Correspondence and Journals of Frank Hamilton Cushing 1879-1884. Edited by Jesse Green. This book presents an inside view of Cushing's studies and the feelings and struggles that accompanied his life with the Zuni. 1st edition. Mark on bottom edge of book. University of New Mexico Press, 1990. Dust jacket, oversize. $30.00

  313. Cushing, Frank H. My Adventures in Zuni. Introduction by Oakah L. Jones, Jr. Cushing's articles from Century Magazine. Detailing the life and customs of the Zuni. Limited edition of 1950 copies. American West Publishing, 1970. Turquoise cloth with silver decoration. $20.00

  314. Cushing, Frank H. My Adventures in Zuni. Introduction by Oakah L. Jones, Jr. Facsimile reprint of Cushing articles in Century Magazine. Detailing the life and customs of the Zuni. Filter Press, 1967. Blue soft cover. $8.00

  315. Cushing, Frank H. The Mythic World of the Zuni. Contains twenty-five myths first recorded by Cushing, edited and annotated by Barton Wright along with his illustrations. University of New Mexico Press, 1994. Soft cover, oversize. $15.00

  316. Cushing, Frank H. The Nation of Willows. The story of Cushing among the Havasuapi in the 1880s. Special edition limited to 200 copies and signed by editor Robert C. Euler. Copy No. 125. Northland Press, 1965. Slipcase. $65.00

  317. Cushing, Frank H. The Nation of Willows. The story of Cushing among the Havasuapi in the 1880s. Northland Press, 1965. Dust jacket. $30.00

  318. zuni coyote Cushing, Frank Hamilton, comp. Zuni Coyote Tales. Stories reprinted from Zuni Folk Tales. University of Arizona Press, 1998. Soft cover. $9.95

  319. Cushing, Frank Hamilton. Zuni Folk Tales. Foreword by John Wesley Powell, with an introduction by Mary Austin. A classic contribution to learning about the Zuni. University of Arizona Press. Soft cover. $20.00

  320. SOLD Cushing, Frank Hamilton. Zuni: Selected Writings of Frank Hamilton Cushing. Edited with an introduction by Jesse Green, foreword by Fred Eggan. The story of Cushing's stay at the Zuni pueblo from 1879 to 1884. University of Nebraska Press, 1981. Soft cover. $10.00

  321. Cushing, Frank Hamilton. Zuni Fetishes. Introduction by Tom Bahti. Fascimile reprint of the original report that appeared in the BAE 2nd Annual Report, 1880-81. KC Publications. Soft cover. $7.50

  322. SOLD Dalrymple, Larry. Indian Basketmakers of California and the Great Basin. Foreword by Catherine S. Fowler. 1st edition. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2000. Wraps. $24.95

  323. Dalrymple, Larry. Indian Basketmakers of the Southwest. Foreword by Susan Brown McGreevy. 1st edition. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2000. Wraps. $29.95

  324. SOLD Dancing Kachinas: A Hopi Artist's Documentary. Heard Museum exhibition catalogue of original paintings by Cliff Bahnimptewa. Colorful illustrations. 1971. Wraps. $20.00

  325. SOLD Daring Donald McKay; or, The Last War Trail of the Modocs. The Romance of the Life of Donald McKay, Government Scout, and Chief of the Warm Spring Indians. Herald Printing & Publishing Co., 1887. Original wraps, with wear to outside sheets. $100.00

  326. SOLD David, Neil Sr. Kachinas: Spirit Beings of the Hopi. Foreword by Frederick Dockstader. Descriptions by J. Brent Ricks and Alexander E. Anthony, Jr. Illustrations of the Kachinas with descriptive text with Hopi, Tewa and English names. Avanyu Publishing, 1997. Dust jacket. $50.00

  327. David, Neil Sr. Kachinas: Spirit Beings of the Hopi. Foreword by Frederick Dockstader. Descriptions by J. Brent Ricks and Alexander E. Anthony, Jr. Illustrations of the Kachinas with descriptive text with Hopi, Tewa and English names. Avanyu Publishing, 2006. Soft cover. $35.00

  328. Davidsson, Lori. The Old Log Cabin. article from White Mountains Magazine, vol. 23, 1977. $2.50

  329. Davies, Wade. Healing Ways: Navajo Health Care in the Twentieth Century. Focusing on post World War II, this detailed study chronicles the advent of "western" medicine and the development of indigenous healing traditions among the Navajo. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $39.95

  330. Davis, Britton. The Truth About Geronimo. Foreword by Robert M. Utley. A valuable contribution to our knowledge of the Apache. University of Nebraska Press, 1976. Soft cover. $18.95

  331. Davis, Carolyn O'Bagy. Hopi Quilting: Stiched Traditions from an Ancient Community. Tells the story of the introduction of quilting to the Hopi people of northeastern Arizona in the late 1880s, and of the long tradition of quiltmaking on the Hopi mesas. Signed by the author. Sanpete Publications, 1997. Soft cover. $27.95

  332. Deats, Suzanne. Contemporary Native American Artists. Principal photography by Kitty Leaken. In this book, luminaries of the Native art world are brought together through stunning photography and intimate portrayals of their lives and their art. 1st edition. Gibbs Smith, 2012. Dust jacket. $50.00

  333. SOLD Debo, Angie. Geronimo: The Man, His Time, His Place. One of the best biographies on this Apache chief. 1st edition. 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

  334. Debo, Angie. Geronimo: The Man, His Time, His Place. University of Oklahoma Press, [1986]. Soft cover. $24.95

  335. Dedera, Don. Artistry in Clay: Contemporary Pottery of the Southwest. Foreword by Jerry Jacka. An examination of Southwestern pottery, both utilitarian and artistic. Color photographs. Northland Press, 1985. Soft cover. $20.00

  336. Dedera, Don. Navajo Rugs: How to Find, Evaluate, Buy and Care for Them. With a foreword by Clay Lockett. Information came from weavers, traders, collectors and museum curators. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1975. Soft cover. $15.00

  337. Dedera, Don. Navajo Rugs: The Essential Guide. Dedera outlines the process from raising the wool to weaving it and offers buyers helpful suggestions on identifying, evaluating, and caring for new rugs. Revised edition. Northland Press, 1990. Soft cover. $12.95

  338. DeHuff, Elizabeth Willis. Swift-Eagle of the Rio Grande. Illustrated by Fred Kabotie. Cover is worn, corners bumped, spine sunned. A book plate has been removed from the front pastedown. Rand McNally & Co., 1930. Blue decorated cloth. $60.00

  339. *DeJolie, LeRoy. NavajoLand: A Native Son Shares His Legacy. Text and photographs by the author. Foreword by Tony Hillerman. Beautiful color photographs with narrative. Arizona Highways, 2005. Oversize soft cover. $12.95

  340. DeJong, David H. Stealing the Gila: The Pima Agricultural Economy and Water Deprivation, 1848-1921. Discussion of the Pima economy and fight for water rights. University of Arizona Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $49.95

  341. Denetdale, Jennifer Nez. Reclaiming Dine History: The Legacies of Navajo Chief Manuelito and Juanita. Biographical portrait of these two important Navajos, using stories of the past and oral tradition. University of Arizona Press, 2007. Black cloth. $45.00

  342. Denetdale, Jennifer Nez. Reclaiming Dine History: The Legacies of Navajo Chief Manuelito and Juanita. Biographical portrait of these two important Navajos, using stories of the past and oral tradition. University of Arizona Press, 2007. $19.95

  343. DeWald, Terry. The Papago Indians and their Basketry. Illustrated with photographs showing the Papago and their basket. Signed by the author. 1979. Wraps, oversize. $7.95

  344. Dexter, Earle F. Doors toward the Sunrise. A look at the human side of the story of modern Indian youth who are facing the sunrise of many new experiences. 1st edition. Signed by the author. Friendship Press, 1955. Soft cover. $16.50

  345. Dillingham, Rick with Melinda Elliott. Acoma & Laguna Pottery. Thoughtfully crafted, beautifully illustrated discussion of the historical background, development, materials and methods of Acoma and Laguna pottery. 1st edition. School of American Research, 1992. Dust jacket. $75.00

  346. Dillingham, Rick with Melinda Elliott. Acoma & Laguna Pottery. Thoughtfully crafted, beautifully illustrated discussion of the historical background, development, materials and methods of Acoma and Laguna pottery. School of American Research, 2004. Soft cover. 2004. $29.95

  347. Dillingham, Rick. Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery. Foreword by J. J. Brophy. Updated and greatly enlarged version of Seven Families, containing portraits of potters, color photographs of their work and statements by each potter about the work. University of New Mexico, 2002. Soft cover. $45.00

  348. Dilworth, Leah. Imagining Indians in the Southwest: Persistent Visions of a Primitive Past. Examines the creation and enduring potency of the early twentieth-century myth of the primitive Indian. Smithsonian Institution Press, 1996. Dust jacket. $29.95

  349. newbook cover Dine Perspectives: Revitalizing and Reclaiming Navajo Thought. Edited by Lloyd L. Lee. Foreword by Gregory Cajete. their contributions exemplify how Indigenous peoples are creatively applying tools of decolonization and critical research to re-create Indigenous thought and culture in a present day that rarely resembles the days of their ancestors. University of Arizona Press, 2014. Soft cover. $29.95 *

  350. Dittert, Alfred E., Jr., and Fred Plog. Generations in Clay: Pueblo Pottery of the American Southwest. Introduction by Patrick T. Houlihan. A clear, concise text with photographs, serving to acquaint the reader with a significant art heritage. Northland Press. Soft cover. $25.00

  351. Dobyns, Henry F. The Apache People. Limited edition, numbered as the author's copy. Previous owner's name on title page. Indian Tribal Series, 1971. Blue soft cover. $15.00

  352. Dobyns, Henry F. and Robert C. Euler. The Ghost Dance of 1889 Among the Pai Indians of Northwestern Arizona. A scholarly and exciting study of the post-conquest condition of the Walapai and Havasupai Indians of the Grand Canyon region in the late nineteenth century. 1st edition. Prescott College Press, 1967. Dust jacket, price clipped. $30.00

  353. Dobyns, Henry F. and Robert C. Euler. The Havasupai People. Compact history of the people of the Grand Canyon - Land of the Blue-Green Waters. Limited to 15,000 copies, numbered as author's copy. Previous owner' name on title page. Indian Tribal Series, 1971. Blue soft cover, spine faded. $15.00

  354. Dobyns, Henry F. and Robert C. Euler. The Navajo Indians. Signd by Robert C. Euler. Indian Tribal Series, 1972. Soft cover. $15.00

  355. Dobyns, Henry F. and Robert C. Euler. The Navajo People. Limited edition, numbered as the author's copy. Indian Tribal Series, 1972. Blue soft cover. $18.50

  356. Dobyns, Henry F. and Robert C. Euler. The Navajo People. Signed by Peter MacDonald, Tribal Char and General Series Editor, John Marshall. Limited edition, numbered. Indian Tribal Series, 1972. Blue cloth. $30.00

  357. SOLD Dobyns, Henry F. and Robert C. Euler. The Papago People. Limited edition and numbered. Indian Tribal Series, 1972. Blue soft cover. $15.00

  358. Dobyns, Henry F. Pioneering Christians among the Perishing Indians of Tucson. Reports of early Spanish priests. Editorial Estudios Andinos, 1962. Blue wraps. $10.00

  359. Dobyns, Henry F. and Robert C. Euler. The Walapai People. Limited edition, signed by the Tribal Chair. Indian Tribal Series, 1976. Blue soft cover. $15.00

  360. Dobyns, Henry F. and Robert C. Euler. Wauba Yuma's People: The Comparative Socio-Political Structure of the Pai Indians of Arizona. Prescott College Press, 1970. Soft cover. $30.00

  361. Dockstader, Frederick J. The Kachina and the White Man: The Influences of White Culture on the Hopi Kachina Religion. Provides the reader with the scope and complexity of Kachina lore and the diversity of the Kachina types. 1st edition. Illustrated by the author. Cranbrook Institute of Science, 1954. Dust jacket with minor wear. $55.00

  362. Dockstader, Frederick J. The Kachina and the White Man: The Influences of White Culture on the Hopi Kachina Religion. Provides the reader with the scope and complexity of Kachina lore and the diversity of the Kachina types. 1st edition. Illustrated by the author. Revised and enlarged edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1993. Soft cover. $15.00

  363. SOLD Dockstader, Frederick J. The Song of the Loom: New Traditions in Navajo Weaving. Demonstrates how brilliantly the tradition of Navajo weaving continues to flourish. Published in conjunction with an exhibition. Hudson Hills Press, 1987. Dust jacket. $45.00

  364. Dodge, William A. Black Rock: Zuni Cultural Landscape and the Meaning of Place. This study provides a unique look at Zuni history and demonstrates how ideas of place impact people's lives. University Press of Mississippi, 2007. $50.00

  365. Dorsey, George A. Indians of the Southwest. Contains photographs and illustrations of Apaches, Hopis, and other Southwestern native tribes; fold out color map at back. Name of Jas. H. McClintock (Arizona's official historian) in pencil on title page. Atcheson Topeka and Santa Fe Railway System, 1903. Original Wraps with front cover detached, but mended and worn. $35.00

  366. Doty, C. Stewart, et. al. Photographing Navajos: John Collier Jr. on the Reservation, 1848-1953. Collier's nearly one thousand photographs of the Navajos were lost until recently found document the life of these Southwest Indians. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $39.95

  367. 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

  368. 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

  369. Downs, James F. The Navajo. A case study of a pastoral community. Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1972. Soft cover, with spine faded. $15.00

  370. Downs, James F. The Two Worlds of the Washo: A Indian Tribe of California and Nevada. Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1966. Soft cover, with minor wear. $7.00

  371. Drawn from Memory: The James T. Bialac Collection of Native American Art. Guest Curator: Jeanne Sodgrass King. Heard Museum. Wraps, rubbed. $10.00

  372. Du Bois, Cora. The 1870 Ghost Dance. The dance was a significant but too often disregarded transformative historical movement with particular impact on the Native peoples of northern California. Nebraska Press, 2007. Soft cover. $19.95

  373. Dunn, Dorothy. American Indian Painting of the Southwest and Plains Areas. Describes and interprets Indian painting as it evolved among the tribes of the Southwest and Great Plains. She traces the development of styles, motifs, techniques and materials from prehistoric times down through the heydays of the Pueblos, Navajo, Apache, Sioux Cheyenne, Arapaho, and Kiowa into the recent renaissance highlighted by such artists as Fred Kabotie, Oscar Howe, Anthony Da and others. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1968. Dust jacket with wear and small tears on cover edges. $150.00 *

  374. Durrett, Deanne. Unsung Heroes of World War II: The Story of the Navajo Code Talkers. Well-written resource about the Navajo's role in the Allied victory, combing Navajo history and culture. New afterword by the author. Originally printed in 1998. University of Nebraska Press, 2009. Soft cover. $14.95

  375. Dutton, Bertha P. American Indians of the Southwest. An authoritative introduction by the noted anthropologist. Revised and enlarged. University of New Mexico Press, 1983. Dust jacket. $35.00

  376. Dutton, Bertha P. Indians of the American Southwest. Illustrated work which offers accounts of the various Indian groups that live in the southwest. 1st edition. Prentice Hall, 1975. Dust jacket. $30.00

  377. Dutton, Bertha P. ed. Indians of the Southwest (Formerly New Mexico Indians) Pocket Handbook. Authoritative information on the Indians, arts and crafts, reading list. Southwestern Association on Indian Affairs, 1961. Soft cover, turquoise. $7.50

  378. Dutton, Bertha P. Let's Explore Indian Villages: Past and Present No. 1 - Santa Fe Area. Illustrations by Alice Wesche. Pamphlet with illustrations, maps, and diagrams. A tour guide for the Santa Fe area. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1962. Wraps. $12.50

  379. SOLD Dutton, Bertha P. Navahos and Apaches: the Athabascan Peoples. A fascinating account of these two independent people adapated to the challenges of the modern world while maintaining their traditional ways of life. Previous owner's name on inside front cover. Prentice-Hall, 1976. Soft cover. $9.95

  380. Dutton, Bertha P. Navaho Weaving Today. Information to accompany black and white illustrations of rugs from the various Navajo regions. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1968. Wraps. $12.50

  381. SOLD Dutton, Bertha P. The Pueblos: Indians of the American Southwest. The story of the Tewa, Zuni, Hopi and other groups that are the Pueblo Indians. Previous owner's name stamped on front endsheets. Prentice-Hall, 1976. Soft cover. $7.95

  382. Dutton, Bertha P. The Rancheria, Ute, and Southern Paiute Peoples. Tells the history of a people and the story of an Indian culture now severely threatened by a harsh climate, governmental indifference and social structures. Prentice-Hall, 1976. Soft cover. $9.95

  383. Ealy, Taylor F. Missionaries, Outlaws, and Indians: Taylor F. Ealy at Lincoln and Zuni, 1878-1881. Edited and annotated by Norman J. Bender. The story of a Presbyterian medical missionary in New Mexico. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1984. Soft cover. $16.50

  384. Earth Fire: A Hopi Legend of the Sunset Crater Eruption. Collected by Ekkehart Malotki with Michael Lomatuway'ma. First bilingual presentation of an ancient and powerful Hopi legend. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1987. Soft cover. $20.00

  385. SOLD Eastlake, William. Go In Beauty. Eastlake's first novel set in Navajo country. University of New Mexico Press, 1980. Soft cover with minor wear. $15.00

  386. Eaton, Linda B. Tradition and Innovation: The Pottery of New Mexico's Pueblos. Contains information on the Tewa, Towa, Tiwa, Keres, and Zuni. the Plateau, Volume 61, Number 3. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1990. Oversize soft cover. $12.00

  387. Eddington, Patrick and Susan Makov. Trading Post Guidebook: Where to Find the Trading Posts, Galleries, Auctions, Artists, and Museums of the Four Corners Region. In addition to business and artist contact information, this book contains tips on buying Native American art and more. The history, tips, and travel advice given make this an invaluable book for those interested in the Region. First Impression. Northland Publishing, 1995. Soft cover. $17.95

  388. Edelman, Sandra A. Summer People, Winter People: A Guide to Pueblos in the Santa Fe Area. Revisions by Regina Elise Johnson. Sunstone Press, 1979. $12.50

  389. Egan, Ferol. Sand in a Whirlwind: The Paiute Indian War of 1860. New foreword by Richard Dillion. Thirtieth Anniversary Edition. University of Nevada Press, 2003. Soft cover. $21.95 *

  390. Eggan, Fred. Social Organization of the Western Pueblos. Previous owner's name front end sheet. University of Chicago Press, 1963. Dust jacket. $30.00

  391. Eggan, Fred. Social Organization of the Western Pueblos. First comprehensive account of the culture of the western Pueblos, comparing and analyzing the social structures. University of Chicago Press, 1973. Soft cover. $10.00

  392. Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art. Generations: the Helen Cox Kersting Collection of Southwestern Cultural Arts. Edited by James H. Nottage, forewords by John Vanausdall, Helen Cox Kersting and essays by Nottage. Color photography illustrate this catalog of items with accompanying text about the artifacts and Native Americans. Eiteljorg Museum, 2010. Dust jacket oversize. $75.00

  393. SOLD Elkins, Richard Ira. Ira Hatch Indian Missionary 1835-1909. Biography of "PU-AM-EY" a Mormon missionary among the Navajo. Previous owner's inscription on title page. Revised edition. 1990. Soft cover. $40.00

  394. The Elkus Collection : Southwestern Indian Art. Edited by Dorothy K. Washburn, with final editing by Robert Sayers. Illustrated catalog with informative text and bibliography. California Academy of Sciences, 1984. Oversize soft cover. $35.00

  395. Elliott, Michael L. Jemez: New Mexico State Monument. Colorful guide to this Native American pueblo. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1993. Soft cover oversize. $9.95

  396. Elting, Mary. The Hopi Way. Illustrated by Louis Mofsie. Juvenile story about an Indian boy who grew up in New York and visits his grandfather one summer in Arizona. M. Evans and Company, 1969. Dust jacket. $20.00

  397. Emerson, Gloria J. At the Hems of the Lowest Clouds: Meditations on Navajo Landscapes. Foreword by N. Scott Momaday. Features ten poems, personal reflections, and twenty-five paintings. 1st edition. School of American Research Press, 2003. Soft cover. $24.95

  398. 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. A presentation from the Ute's point of view. University Press of Colorado, 2000. Soft cover. $24.95

  399. Enduring Visions: 1000 Years of Southwestern Indian Art. Exhibit catalogue produced by the Aspen Center for the Visual Arts, Philip Holstein, and Donnelly Erdman. Colorful photos of the 1979 exhibit. Wraps. $15.00

  400. Erdoes, Richard. The Rain Dance People: The Pueblo Indians, their past and present. A book about living people who speak for themselves simply and eloquently in a compelling document. Alfred A. Knopf, 1976. Dust jacket with light wear. $25.00

  401. SOLD Erickson, Jon T. Kachinas: An Evolving Hopi Art Form? Foreword by Patrick T. Houlihan. Up close black and white photos of kachinas with text that discusses how the Kachinas have evolved throughout the years. Heard Museum, 1977. Wraps $55.00

  402. Erickson, Kirstin C. Yaqui Homeland and Homeplace: The Everyday Production of Ethnic Identity. Describes how the Yaqui of northern Mexico construct their identity. University of Arizona Press, 2008. Red cloth. $50.00

  403. Erickson, Winston P. Sharing the Desert: The Tohono O'odham in History. A balanced treatment of Tohono O'odham history, considering the primary political, social, and economic events of the Southwest as they affectedx the tribe. An authoritative introduction. University of Arizona Press, 2003 (original publication date 1994). Soft cover. $19.95

  404. Euler, Robert C. and Henry Dobyns. The Hopi People. Part of the Indian Tribal series and limited to 15,000 numbered copies, numbered as author's copy. Previous owner's name on title page. Indian Tribal Series, 1971. Blue paper with spine faded. $15.00

  405. Evans, Glen L. and T.N. Campbell. Indian Baskets of the Paul T. Seashore Collection. Illustrations of the collection include baskets from the Pomo, Navajo, and Hopis, among many others. Soft cover. Texas Memorial Museum, 1970. $17.50

  406. SOLD Evans, Will. Along Navajo Trails: Recollections of a Trader, 1898-1948. Edited by Susan E. Woods and Robert S. McPherson. A significant addition to the literature regarding the traders to the Navajos. Evans, a Mormon, was the proprietor of the Shiprock Trading Company. Utah State University Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $42.95

  407. Evans, Will. Along Navajo Trails: Recollections of a Trader, 1898-1948. Edited by Susan E. Woods and Robert S. McPherson. Foreword by Charles Peterson. A significant addition to the literature regarding the traders to the Navajos. Evans, a Mormon, was the proprietor of the Shiprock Trading Company. Utah State University Press, 2005. Sover cover. $21.95

  408. Expanded Services to Arizona Reservation Indians. 5th Annual Report on the Expanded Employment Services to Reservation Indians in Arizona for the Calendar Year 1956. Arizona State Employment Service, 1957. Soft cover. $10.00

  409. Faris, James C. Navajo and Photography: A Critical History of the Representation of an American People. A thorough critical examination of photographic practices of Navajos throughout the years. University of New Mexico Press, 1996. Dust jacket. $25.00

  410. Faris, James C. The Nightway: A History and a History of Documentation of a Navajo Ceremonial. Traces the history and genealogies of Nightway medicine men and the history of the recording and documentation of chantway by non-Navajo observers. 1st edition. Previous owner's name stamped on front endsheet. University of New Mexico Press, 1991. Blue cloth. $35.00

  411. Faris, James C. The Nightway: A History and a History of Documentation of a Navajo Ceremonial. University of New Mexico Press, 1994. Soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  412. Farella, John R. The Main Stalk: A Synthesis of Navajo Philosophy. Attempts to explain Navajo world view and religion from their own view. University of Arizona Press, 1996. Soft cover. $20.00

  413. Faulk, Odie B. The Geronimo Campaign.   A lively and chilling account of the war that raged between the Apaches and U.S. soldiers over the deserts and mountains of Arizona, New Mexico, and northern Mexico in the mid 1880s. 1st edition. Presentation copy signed by the author. Oxford University Press. Dust jacket. $35.00 *

  414. Faulk, Odie B. The Geronimo Campaign.   A lively and chilling account of the war that raged between the Apaches and U.S. soldiers over the deserts and mountains of Arizona, New Mexico, and northern Mexico in the mid 1880s. Oxford University Press, 1969. Soft cover. $15.00 *

  415. Feher-Elston, Catherine. Children of Sacred Ground: America's Last Indian War. The struggle between the Navajo and Hopi tribes with the federal government as referee, is more than fight for land; it is a fight for cultural survival. Foreword by Dr. Joann Kealiinohomoku. 1st edition. Review copy sent to Dr. Robert Trennert with his notes laid in. Northland Publishing, 1988. Dust jacket. $19.95

  416. Fellows, Mureil H. The Land of Little Rain: A Story of Hopi Indian Children. Colorful illustrations by the author. 17 short stories about Hopi children. Previous owner's name inscribed front page. Owner also gracioulsy numbered each chapter on the content page. 1st edition. The John C. Winston Company, 1936. Decorated cloth. $50.00

  417. Fellows, Mureil H. The Land of Little Rain: A Story of Hopi Indian Children. Colorful illustrations by the author. 17 short stories about Hopi children. Previous owner's inscription on front endsheet. The John C. Winston Company, 1936. Colorful dust jacket with wear on edges. $35.00

  418. Ferguson, T. J. and Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh. History is in the Land: Multivocal Tribal Traditions in Arizona's San Pedro Valley. This work provides an example of the kind of interdisciplinary and politically conscious work made possible when Native Americans and archaeologists collaborate to study the past. University of Arizona Press, 2006. Soft cover. $35.00

  419. SOLD Ferguson, T. J. and E. Richard Hart. A Zuni Atlas. Represents extensive research documenting historical accounts and contemporary activities. University of Oklahoma Press, 1990. Soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  420. SOLD Fergusson, Erna. Dancing Gods: Indian Ceremonials of New Mexico and Arizona. A classic on Indian dances and ceremonies with chapters on the Pueblo People, Rio Grande Pueblos, including Santa Clara and Santo Domingo, the Zuni Pueblo, Apache Dances, Navajos and their religion and Hopi Dances. Illustrated by the New Mexico artists. Previous owner's inscription on front endsheet. 1st edition. Alfred A. Knopf, 1931. cream cloth with pictorial decoration. $60.00

  421. SOLD Fergusson, Erna. Dancing Gods: Indian Ceremonials of New Mexico and Arizona. A classic on Indian dances and ceremonies with chapters on the Pueblo People, Rio Grande Pueblos, including Santa Clara and Santo Domingo, the Zuni Pueblo, Apache Dances, Navajos and their religion and Hopi Dances. Illustrated by the New Mexico artists. Front endsheet has four photo corner tabs. University of New Mexico Press, 1957. Dust jacket. $45.00

  422. Fergusson, Erna. Dancing Gods: Indian Ceremonials of New Mexico and Arizona. Foreword by Tony Hillerman. A classic on Indian dances and ceremonies with chapters on the Pueblo People, Rio Grande Pueblos, including Santa Clara and Santo Domingo, the Zuni Pueblo, Apache Dances, Navajos and their religion and Hopi Dances. University of New Mexico Press, 2011. Soft cover. $19.95

  423. Fergusson, Erna. The Deer-Dance at Taos. Reprinted from Dancing Gods, pp 36-40. Limited edition of 200 copies. Small oblong. Peccary Press, 1983. Tan decorated boards. $40.00

  424. Fernald, Mary. Dirt for making things : an apprenticeship in Maricopa pottery / as told to Janet Stoeppelmann. Illustrated with color photographs of the pots. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1995. Soft cover. $20.00

  425. SOLD Fewkes, Jesse Walter. Hopi Katcinas. Originally published in the 21st Annual BAE in 1899/1900. A fascinating ethnological study exploring the use of katcinas in Pueblo society. Dover, 1985. Soft cover. $7.95

  426. Fewkes, Jesse Walter. Hopi Katcinas Drawn by Native Artists. From the 1903 annual report by the Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology. Colorful illustrations with text describing each kachina drawn by the natives. Rio Grande Press, 1962. Burgundy cloth. $40.00

  427. Fewkes, Jesse Walter. Hopi Snake Ceremonies. An eyewitness account. Selections from Bureau of American Ethnology Annual Reports No.s 16 and 19. Reprint. Avanyu Publishing Inc.,1986. Oversize soft cover. $24.95

  428. Field, Clark. The Art and Romance of Indian Basketry. Signed by the author. Philbrook Art Center, 1964. $12.00

  429. Field, Clark. Indian Pottery of the Southwest Post Spanish Period. Signed by the author. Revised edition. Philbrook Art Center, 1963. $7.50

  430. Finger, Judith W. and Andrew D. Finger. Circles of Life: Katsina Imagery on Hopi Wicker Basketry. Illustrated exhibition catalog detailing the development of Hopi basketry and Katsina imagery. Presentation copy signed by both authors. Grace Hudson Museum, 2006. Soft cover, oblong. $75.00

  431. Fiske, Elizabeth French. I Lived Among the Apaches: An Appreciation of the Virtues and Emotions of the Indian American 1st edition, author's presentation copy. Included is a flyer about the book with various reviews from newspapers. Pasadena: Trail's End Publ. Co., 1947. Red cloth. $50.00

  432. Flanagan, Alice K. The Pueblos. A True Book, illustrated for young readers on individual tribes of the Southwest. Children's Press, 1998. Soft cover. $6.95

  433. Fontana, Bernard L. et al. The Other Southwest: Indian Arts & Crafts of Northwestern Mexico. Foreword by Edward H. Spicer. Prepared in coordination with an exhibition by the Heard Museum in 1977. Illustrated with color and black & white photos. Heard Museum, 1977. Soft cover. $30.00

  434. Fontana, Bernard L., et al. Papago Indian Pottery. University of Washington Press, 1962. Green cloth with minor wear. $45.00

  435. Fontana, Bernard L. Of Earth and Little Rain: The Papago Indians. Photographs by John P. Schaefer. Provides an appreciation of the O'odham. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1981. Dust jacket with minor wear, oblong. $15.00

  436. Forbes, Jack D. Apache Navaho and Spaniard. Fruit of extensive research which reveals a healthy commerical relationship between the Indians of the Southwest. Civilization of the American Indian Series No. 115. University of Oklahoma Press, 1982. Soft cover. $15.00

  437. Forbes, Jack D. The Papago-Apache Treaty of 1853: Property Rights and Religious Liberties of the O'odham, Maricopa and Other Native Peoples. Discussion of the seizure of tribal lands, Native American government and rights. Native American Studies, Tecumeseh Center, University of California, Davis, 1979. Yellow wraps. $25.00

  438. Forbes, Jack D. Warriors of the Colorado: The Yumas of the Quechan Nation and Their Neighbors. Civilization of the American Indian Series No. 76. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1965. Dust jacket with minor wear. $45.00 *

  439. Forster, Elizabeth W. Denizens of the Desert: A Tale in Word and Picture of Life Among the Navaho Indians. The letters of Elizabeth Forster and photographs by Laura Gilpin. Edited with an introduction by Martha A. Sandweiss. Story of Forster's time with the Navajo in the 1930s, paired with images of Gilpin. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1988. Dust jacket. $25.00

  440. SOLD Forrest, Earle R. And Edwin B. Hill. Lone War Trail of Apache Kid 1st edition. Illustration by Charles M. Russell. Pasadena: Trail's End Publishing Co., 1947. $75.00

  441. SOLD Forrest, Earle R. Missions and Pueblos of the Old Southwest: Their Myths, Legends, Fiestas, and Ceremonies, with some accounts of the Indian Tribes and their Dances; and of the Penitentes. Previous owner's name on front endsheets. 1st edition. Arthur H. Clark, 1929. Blue cloth. $175.00

  442. SOLD Forrest, Earle R. The Snake Dance of the Hopi Indians. Autographed, 1st edition. Drawings by Don Louis Perceval. Forrest makes plain every portion of the ritual- its background, its meaning and its significance. Westernlore Press, 1961. Dust jacket. $45.00

  443. Forrest, Earle R. The Snake Dance of the Hopi Indians. 1st edition. Drawings by Don Louis Perceval. Forrest makes plain every portion of the ritual- its background, its meaning and its significance. Westernlore Press, 1961. Dust jacket. $20.00

  444. Forrest, Earle R. With a Camera in Old Navaholand. Foreword by Katharine Bartlett. Story of Forrest's time on the Navajo and Ute reservations at the turn of the 20th century. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1970. Dust jacket. $20.00

  445. Foster, Kenneth E. Navajo Sandpaintings. Navajoland Publications, May, 1964. 3rd printing. Navajo Tribal Museum, 1973. White wraps. $10.00

  446. Fowler, Carol. Daisy Hooee Nampeyo: The Story of an American Indian. Story of the nationally recognized potter. Ex-library with limited markings. Dillon Press, Inc., 1977. Dust jacket. $15.00

  447. Fox, Nancy. Pueblo Weaving and Textile Arts. Guidebook with text and illustrations. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1978. Soft cover oblong. $10.00

  448. Frank, Larry and Francis H. Harlow. Historic Pottery of the Pueblo Indians 1600-1880. Photographs by Bernard Lopez. The first comprehensive account of historic Pueblo pottery, describing how it was made, the influence of the Spanish church, the utilitarian vessels and ceremonial pots, fully illustrated. 1st printing. Presentation copy, signed by Frank. New York Graphic Society, 1974. Dust jacket. $65.00

  449. Frank, Larry and Francis H. Harlow. Historic Pottery of the Pueblo Indians 1600-1880. Photographs by Bernard Lopez. The first comprehensive account of historic Pueblo pottery, describing how it was made, the influence of the Spanish church, the utilitarian vessels and ceremonial pots, fully illustrated. 2nd edition. Schiffer, 1990. Dust jacket. $35.00

  450. Frank, Larry and Millard J. Holbrook II. Indian Silver Jewelry of the Southwest 1868-1930. Illustrated book that celebrates the historic silver and turquoise jewelry of the Navajo and Pueblo Indians, with over 300 objects. 1st edition. New York Graphic Society, 1978. Dust jacket. $50.00

  451. Frank, Larry and Millard J. Holbrook II. Indian Silver Jewelry of the Southwest 1868-1930. Illustrated book that celebrates the historic silver and turquoise jewelry of the Navajo and Pueblo Indians, with over 300 objects. Schiffer, 1990. Soft cover. $24.95

  452. SOLD Frank, Lois Ellen. Foods of the Southwest Indian Nationals: Traditional & Contemporary Native American Recipes. Filled with photographs, recipes and stories of the Southwest people. Ten Speed Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $35.00

  453. Frazee, Steve. The High Chaparral: Apache Way. Fiction from the TV series. Whitman Book, 1969. Pictorial basebound. $12.50

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

  455. 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

  456. SOLD Frink, Maurice. Fort Defiance and the Navajos. The history of the Four Corners area, the people and the place. Pruett Publishing. Soft cover. $12.50

  457. Frisbie, Charlotte Johnson. Kinaalda: A Study of the Navajo Girl's Puberty Ceremony. Wesleyan University Press, 1967. Dust jacket, price clipped. $45.00

  458. newFrom Fort Marion to Fort Sill: A Documentary History of the Chiricahua Apache Prisoners of War, 1886-1913. Edited and annotated by Alicia Delgadillo with Miriam A. Perrett. This masterful documentary work, based on the unpublished research notes of former Fort Sill historian Gillett Griswold, at last brings to light the lives and experiences of hundreds of Chiricahua Apaches whose story has gone untold for too long. University of Nebraska Press, 2013. Dust jacket. $70.00

  459. SOLD Furst, Jill Leslie. Mojave Pottery, Mojave People: The Dillingham Collection of Mojave Ceramics. Photographs by Peter T. Furst. Illustrated. School of American Research Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $45.00

  460. SOLD Furst, Jill Leslie. Mojave Pottery, Mojave People: The Dillingham Collection of Mojave Ceramics. Photographs by Peter T. Furst. Illustrated. School of American Research Press, 2001. Soft cover. $24.95

  461. Garcia, Emmett "Shkeme." Coyote and the Sky: How the Sun, Moon, and Stars Began. Illustrations by Victoria Pringle. Tamaya Pueblo creation story about the Animal People's journey to the Fourth World. For young readers. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Casebound. $17.95

  462. SOLD Garcia, Nesario. Grandpa Lolo's Navajo Saddle Blanket / La tilma de Abuelito Lolo. Photographs by Richard Moeller. Bilingual folklore tale of two men, a horse, a saddle blanket and some goats. University of New Mexico Press, 2012. Soft cover. $19.95

  463. SOLD Gardner, Mark L. Geronimo: A Biography. A concise look at this fierce leader in the southwestern mountains where he roamed and shows why his name has gone down in history as a symbol of resistance. Western National Parks Association, 2006. Soft cover. $7.95

  464. Garland, Hamlin. Hamlin Garland's Observations on the American Indian, 1895-1905. Edited and compiled by Lonnie E. Underhill and Daniel F. Littlefield, Jr. A fascinating collection of nonfiction essays which offer a first-hand view of the Indians during a critical period in their history. University of Arizona Press, 1976. Dust jacket with minor wear. $30.00

  465. Garza, Phyllis de la. The Apache Kid. The story of the Indian boy who gained notoriety in Arizona history for his outlaw career, but there is more to the story about this Apache from the Aravaipa Canyon. Westernlore Press, 1995. Dust jacket. $29.95

  466. Gault, Ramona. Artistry in Clay: A Buyer's Guide to Southwestern Indian Pottery. Photographs by Murrae Haynes. Various aspects of Native American pottery. Southwestern Association on Indian Affairs, 1991. Wraps, oversize. $12.50

  467. Geertz, Armin W. and Michael Lomatuway'ma. Children of Cottonwood: Piety and Ceremonialism in Hopi Indian Puppetry. Illustrated by Warren Namingha and Poul Norbo. First book to investigate a little-known aspect of Hopi religion, the role of puppets in the many ceremonies. American Tribal Religions v. 12. University of Nebraska Press, 1987. Black cloth. $40.00

  468. Geertz, Armin W. and Michael Lomatuway'ma. Children of Cottonwood: Piety and Ceremonialism in Hopi Indian Puppetry. Illustrated by Warren Namingha and Poul Norbo. First book to investigate a little-known aspect of Hopi religion, the role of puppets in the many ceremonies. American Tribal Religions v. 12. University of Nebraska Press, 1987. Soft cover. $19.95

  469. Geertz, Armin W. The Invention of Prophecy: Continuity and Meaning in Hopi Indian Religion. Documents the role of prophecy in Hopi religion. 1st edition. Signed by the author. University of California Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $45.00

  470. Gendron, Val. Behind the Zuni Masks. Illustrated by Allan Thomas. Young adult novel about a New England Boy Scout meeting the Koshare. Well-paced narrative with realistic background. 1st edition. Longmans, Greeen, 1958. Dust jacket. $15.00

  471. SOLD Geronimo. Geronimo: His Own Story. Edited by S. M. Barrett. The autobiography of an Apache warrior. Originally published in 1906. Corner House, 1989. Dust jacket. $25.00

  472. SOLD Getzwiller, Steve. Ray Manley's The Fine Art of Navajo Weaving. Colorful photographic guide to the Navajo rugs. Ray Manley Publications, 1984. Soft cover oversize. $10.00

  473. Giddings, Ruth Warner. Yaqui Myths and Legends. Collected by Giddings. Edited by Harry Behn, illustrated by Laurie Cook. University of Arizona Press, 1959. Dust jacket. $25.00

  474. Giese, Toby. Apache Leaders, Warriors, Renegades, and Scouts. Presentation copy signed by the author. Pictorial history of many of the brave men in the Apache tribe. Giese, 2004. Soft cover. $20.00

  475. Giese, Toby. Apache Book Two: Women, Warriors, Scouts, and Heroes. Signed by the author. Pictorial history of many of the brave Apache. Giese, 2007. Soft cover. $20.00

  476. Gifford, E. W. Pottery-Making in the Southwest. Illustrated discussion on making pottery. University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology vol. 23:8. University of California Press, 1928. Wraps with pieces missing and some staining. $17.50

  477. Gilbert, Matthew Sakiestewa. Education beyond the Mesas: Hopi Students at Sherman Institute, 1902-1929. Fascinating story of how generations of Hopi used the compulsory federal education to affirm their way of life and better their community. University of Nebraska Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $40.00

  478. Gillmor, Frances & Louisa Wade Wetherill. Traders to the Navajos: the Story of the Wetherills of Kayenta. 1st edition. Title page tearing loose. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1934. Orange cloth. $45.00

  479. Gillmor, Frances & Louisa Wade Wetherill. Traders to the Navajos: the Story of the Wetherills of Kayenta. Marking on front endsheet; also presentation copy signed by the author; portion of dust jacket pasted on inside front sheet. University of New Mexico Press, 1952. Redish cloth. $35.00

  480. Gillmor, Frances & Louisa Wade Wetherill. Traders to the Navajos: the Story of the Wetherills of Kayenta. University of New Mexico Press, 1967. Soft cover. $15.00

  481. Gillmor, Frances. Windsinger. Foreword by N. Scott Momaday with an introduction by the author. A novel of the Navajo world. University of New Mexico Press, 1976. Soft cover. $12.00

  482. Gilpin, Laura. The Enduring Navaho. Gilpin's superb photos of individuals, familys and the Navajo landscape make this book a classic. Previous owner's names on front endsheets. 1st edition. University of Texas Press, 1968. Dust Jacket. $110.00

  483. Gilpin, Laura. The Enduring Navaho. Gilpin's superb photos of individuals, families and the Navajo landscape make this book a classic. University of Texas Press, 1988. Dust Jacket. $70.00

  484. SOLD Gilpin, Laura. The Enduring Navaho. Gilpin's superb photos of individuals, familys and the Navajo landscape make this book a classic. University of Texas Press, 1988. Soft cover. $30.00

  485. SOLD [Gilpin, Laura] Sandweiss, Marni. "The Photography of Laura Gilpin." In Four Winds, Autumn, 1980 magazine. Soft cover. $10.00

  486. Gilpin, Laura. The Pueblos: A Camera Chronicle. Photographic story of the Pueblos - land and people. Gilpin postcard laid in. 1st edition. Hastings House, 1941. Light blue cloth with silver decoration. $150.00

  487. Gilpin, Laura. The Pueblos: A Camera Chronicle. Photographic story of the Pueblos - land and people. 1st edition. Hastings House, 1941. Light blue cloth with blue decoration, dust jacket in poor condition. $90.00

  488. SOLD Girdner, Alwin J. Dine Tah: My Reservation Days, 1923-1939. In this remarkable memoir, Alwin "Rusty" Girdner recalls his childhood on the Navajo Reservation during the early 20th century. Rio Nuevo Publishers, 2011. Soft cover. $15.95

  489. Gold, Peter. Navajo & Tibetan Sacred Wisdom: The Circle of the Spirit. With a message from H.H. the Dalai Lama. A comparison of Navajo and Tibetan Buddish teachins and thoughts. Inner Traditions, 1994. Soft cover, oversize. $20.00

  490. Golder, Nina. The Hunt an the Harvest: Pueblo Paintings from the Museum of the American Indian. Exhibition catalog by the Museum of the American Indian and circulated by the Gallery Association of New York State. 1985. Wraps, oversize. $10.00

  491. Goodman, James M. The Navajo Atlas: Environments, Resources, People, and History of the Dine Bikeyah. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1982. Dust jacket, oversize. $35.00 *

  492. Goodman, James M. The Navajo Atlas: Environments, Resources, People, and History of the Dine Bikeyah. University of Oklahoma Press, 1989. Soft cover, oversize. $17.50 *

  493. Goodwin, Grenville and Neil Goodwin. The Apache Diaries: A Father-Son Journey. Discusses the talks Goodwin would have had with his father. University of Nebraska Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $27.50

  494. Goodwin, Grenville and Neil Goodwin. The Apache Diaries: A Father-Son Journey. Discusses the talks Goodwin would have had with his father. University of Nebraska Press, 2002. Soft cover. $19.95

  495. SOLD Goodwin, Grenville. Grenville Goodwin Among the Western Apache: Letters from the Field. Edited by Morris Opler. Goodwin was one the leading field anthropolgists during a crucial period in American Indian research - the 1930s. His letters from the field provide original source material on Western Apache beliefs and customs. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1973. Dust jacket. $27.50

  496. SOLD Goodwin, Grenville. The Social Organization of the Western Apache. With a preface by Keith H. Basso. Reprint of 1942 edition with new preface. Cover soiled. University of Arizona Press, 1969. Cloth. $60.00

  497. SOLD Goodwin, Grenville. Western Apache Raiding and Warfare: from the notes of Grenville Goodwin edited by Keith H. Basso. 1st ed. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1971. 330 p. $70.00

  498. Goodwin, Grenville. Western Apache Raiding and Warfare: from the notes of Grenville Goodwin edited by Keith H. Basso. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. Soft cover. $21.95

  499. Gordon - McCutchan, R. C. The Taos Indians and the Battle for Blue Lake. Foreword by Frank Waters. The story of the Indians and their allies struggle to reclaim the sacred Blue Lake and preserve their culture. 1st edition. Red Crane Books, 1991. Dust jacket. $32.50

  500. Grammer, Maurine. The Bear that Turned White and Other Native Tales. Illustrated by Joe Herrera with a foreword by Laurence C. Smith. A retelling of Southwestern Native tales from the Colorado Plateau. 1st edition. Northland Publishing, 1991. Soft cover. $11.95

  501. Grant, Campbell. Canyon de Chelly: Its People and Rock Art. A history of the Navajo Indians and the petroglyphs left by the earlier residents. University of Arizona Press, 1998. Soft cover, with minor wear. $15.00

  502. Graves, Laura. Thomas Varker Keam: Indian Trader. Foreword by David M. Brugge. Story of the trader who owned and operated a trading post in Keams Canyon, Arizona Territory, from 1874 to 1902, who was the first Indian trader to develop arts and crafts as a part of his business. University of Oklahoma Press, 1998. Dust jacket. $20.00

  503. Gray, Samuel L. Tonita Pena. Story of Pena, a San Ildefonso artist. Showcases her work and provides a genealogical record. Avanyu Publishing, 1990. Pictorial casebound. $39.95

  504. The Green Collection of American Indian Art. Parke Bernet Galleries, exhibition catalog for sale November 19, 1971. Illustrated with many southwest basketry items for sale. Prices marked in the catalog. Soft cove. $15.00

  505. Greenberg, Henry and Georgia. Carl Gorman's World. Biography of the Navajo artist, U.S. Marine Corps veteran, teacher and spokesman for his people. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1984. Dust jacket. $35.00

  506. Griffen, William B. Apaches at War and Peace: the Janos Presidio, 1750-1858. The story of the Chiricahua Apaches on the northern frontier of New Spain. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $14.95

  507. SOLD Griffin-Pierce, Trudy. Chiricahua Apache Enduring Power: Naiche's Puberty Ceremony Paintings. A gripping story of the cultural resilience of the descendants of Geronimo and Cochise. Illustrated. University of Alabama Press, 2006. Soft cover. $32.95

  508. Griffin-Pierce, Trudy. Earth Is My Mother, Sky Is My Father: Space, Time, and Astronomy in Navajo Sandpainting. Foreword by N. Scott Momaday. An engaging study for anyone who wants to better understand modern Navajo philosophy and sacred practices. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1992. Dust jacket. $29.95

  509. native people sw Griffin-Pierce, Trudy. Native Peoples of the Southwest. A comprehensive look at Native American cultures in the Southwest, providing viewpoints of the Indians themselves as well as ethnographic research. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2000. Soft cover. $34.95

  510. SOLD Griffith, Kinney. The Big Scalphunter: A Saga of the Great Southwest. True story of Jed Ryan and his pursuit of the Apache Indians. William-Frederick Press, 1961. Dust Jacket. $40.00

  511. SOLD Griffith, A. Kinney. Mickey Free Manhunter. The story of the legendary Indian scout in Arizona. 1st edition. Caldwell: Caxton Printers, 1969. Dust Jacket. $75.00

  512. Griffith, James S. Beliefs and Holy Places: A Spiritual Geography of the Pimeria Alta. Southern Arizona and northern Mexico has been a melting pot for the beliefs of native Tohono O'odham and immigrant Yaquis and those of colonizing Spaniards and Mexicans for more than three hundred years. Folklorist Griffith has visited the areas holy places, attended regional festivals and uncovered beliefs, traditions and history. University of Arizona Press, 1992. Dust jacket. $34.95

  513. Griffith, James S. Beliefs and Holy Places: A Spiritual Geography of the Pimeria Alta. Southern Arizona and northern Mexico has been a melting pot for the beliefs of native Tohono O'odham and immigrant Yaquis and those of colonizing Spaniards and Mexicans for more than three hundred years. Folklorist Griffith has visited the areas holy places, attended regional festivals and uncovered beliefs, traditions and history. University of Arizona Press, 1992. Soft cover. $18.95

  514. Gritton, Joy L. The Institute of American Indian Arts: Modernism and U.S. Indian Policy. Foreword by Gregory Cajete. History of this school in Santa Fe hat helped revolutionize and revitalize modern Indian paintings. Its staff and faculty include Fritz Scholder, Allan Houser and Dan Naminha. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $35.00

  515. Gritton, Joy L. The Institute of American Indian Arts: Modernism and U.S. Indian Policy. History of this school in Santa Fe hat helped revolutionize and revitalize modern Indian paintings. Its staff and faculty include Fritz Scholder, Allan Houser and Dan Naminha. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2000. Soft cover. $19.95

  516. A Guide to American Indian Beadwork of the Southwest. A hand booklet which examples of the beading efforts of the Southwest tribes. Western National Parks Association, 2008. Stiff wraps. $5.95

  517. Guidon Books. The Indians of Arizona & New Mexico: A catalgue of Books & Pamphlets. Introduction by Dan L. Thrapp. Catalogue 3 from the bookstore containing over a thousand entries. c 1970. Brown cloth, minor rubbing on edges. $15.00

  518. Hackel, Steven W. Children of Coyote, Missionaries of Saint Francis: Indian-Spanish Relations in Colonial California 1769-1850. An exciting new view of Indian neophytes and material changes in the California missions. University of North Carolina Press, 2005. Soft cover. $22.50

  519. Hagerman, H. J. Navajo Indian Reservation. Report of Hagerman, Special Commission to negotiate with the Indians on the status of Navajo Indian Reservation land acquisition. Presented by Senator Carl Hayden. 72d Congress, 1st Session, Senate Document No. 64. GPO, 1932. Stapled wraps. $40.00

  520. Haile, Berard. Head and Face Masks in Navaho Ceremonialism. Foreword by James Faris. Originally published in 1947 by the St. Michaels Press. Presents information on masks and their uses. University of Utah Press, 1996. Soft cover. $10.50

  521. Haile, Berard. The Navaho Fire Dance or Corral Dance: A Brief Account of Its Practice and Meaning. St. Michaels Press, 1946. Tan wraps. $75.00

  522. Haile, Father Berard. Navajo Coyote Tales: The Curly to Aheedliinii Version. Navajo Orthography by Irvy W. Goossen. Edited with an introductory essay by Karl W. Luckert. Tales provide delightful reading in addition to the contribution to Navajo culture, religion and mythology. University of Nebraska Press, 1984. Soft cover. $12.95

  523. Haile, Father Berard. Waterway: A Navajo Ceremonial Myth Told by Black Mustache Circle. American Tribal Religions, Vol. 5 Museum of Northern Arizona Press, 1979. Soft cover. $12.95

  524. Haley, Earl. Revolt on the Painted Desert. Novel of the Navajo Indians. Presentation copy signed by the author. House-Warven, 1952. Dust jacket with wear. $30.00

  525. Haley, Earl. Revolt on the Painted Desert. Novel of the Navajo Indians. 1st edition. House-Warven, 1952. Dust jacket with pieces missing on bottom edge. $12.50

  526. Haley, James L. Apaches: A History and Culture Portrait. Authentic contribution and impressive scholarship on the Apache, including information on Mangas Coloradas, Cochise and Geronimo. Gilcrease Museum sticker on front endsheet. 1st edition. Doubleday & Co., 1981. Dust jacket. $45.00

  527. Haley, James L. Apaches: A History and Culture Portrait. Authentic contribution and impressive scholarship on the Apache, including information on Mangas Coloradas, Cochise and Geronimo. University of Oklahoma Press, 1997. Soft cover. $24.95

  528. Hall, Edward T. West of the Thirties: Discoveries among the Navajo and Hopi. The story of the famed antropolgist who lived and worked on the Navajo and Hopi reservations in Arizona. Doubleday, 1994. Dust jacket. $ 21.95

  529. SOLD Hall, Edward T. West of the Thirties: Discoveries among the Navajo and Hopi. The story of the famed antropolgist who lived and worked on the Navajo and Hopi reservations in Arizona. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler, noted anthropologist. Anchor Doubleday, 1995. Soft cover. $9.95

  530. SOLD Hall, Geraldine. Kee's Home: A Beginning Navajo / English Reader. Illustrations by Vera Louise Drysdale. Northland Press, 1971. Soft cover, with wear on back cover. $20.00

  531. Hammerschlag, Carl A. The Theft of the Spirit: A Journey to Spiritual Healing with Native Americans. Paints a vivid portrait of the Hopi. 1st printing. Simon & Schuster, 1993. Dust jacket. $10.00

  532. Hammons, Lee. Southwestern Turquoise: The Indians' Sky Stone. Colorful history and descriptions of the different types of turquoise and where it can be found. Arizona Maps, 1973. Soft cover. $15.00

  533. Hammons, Lee and Gertrude Frances Hill. Turquoise and the Navajo. Introduces the Navajo and his turquoise to the layman in non-technical language. 1st edition. Arizona Maps and Books, 1975. Wraps. $9.50

  534. Handbook of North American Indian vol. 8: California. Smithsonian Institution, 1978. Gray cloth. $80.00

  535. Handbook of North American Indian vol. 9: Southwest. Smithsonian Institution, 1979. Gray cloth. $57.00

  536. Handbook of North American Indian vol. 10: Southwest. Smithsonian Institution, 1983. Gray cloth. $55.00

  537. Hannon, Kerry. Trees in a Circle: The Teec Nos Pos Story. Vividly portrays the life of one of the last of the family-owned and operated Navajo Reservation trading posts - the four generations of the Foutz family. Color photographs - many of the Navajo blankets. Contains a braided bookmark. Teec Nos Pos Trading Post, 1999. Dust jacket. $59.95

  538. Hannum, Alberta. Paint the Wind. Illustrated with color paintings by Beatien Yazz. A Navajo story. 1st edition. Viking Press, 1958. Dust jacket. $40.00

  539. Hannum, Alberta. Spin a Silver Dollar. Illustrated with color paintings by Beatien Yazz. Story of an Eastern couple that comes to the Navajo reservation. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. 1st edition. Viking Press, 1945. Dust jacket with minor wear. $32.50

  540. Harders, Gustav. Yaalahn: Till We Meet Again. Novel set in Arizona among the Apaches, translated by H. C. Nitz. Flap of dust jacket has the title of the book "Jaalahn." 1st edition. Northwestern Publishing House, 1953. Dust jacket. $20.00

  541. Harjo, Joy and Stephen Strom. Secrets from the Center of the World. Images and poetry of the Navajo people and their land. Sun Tracks no. 17. University of Arizona Press, 1989. Soft cover. $10.00

  542. Harlow, Francis H. and John V. Young. Contemporary Pueblo Indian Pottery. Booklet giving a brief description of contemporary potters and their crafts. Reprint. Museum of New Mexico, 1974. Wraps, oblong. $9.50

  543. Harlow, Francis H. text and drawings. Historic Pueblo Indian Pottery. Painted jars and bowls of the Period 1600-1900. Museum of New Mexico Press. Soft cover. $17.50

  544. SOLD Harlow, Francis H. Modern Pueblo Pottery 1880-1960. Illustrated with over 30 color plates and numerous black and white photos, this book delineates the evolution of the technqiues employed for each of the variety of Pueblo styles. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1977. Dust jacket. $100.00

  545. *Harlow, Francis H., Duane Anderson, and Dwight P. Lammon. The Pottery of Santa Ana Pueblo. Analyzes the sequence from the earliest date, c. 1760 to the present time, reviewing the beautiful pottery of the north-central New Mexico pueblo. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $45.00

  546. SOLD Harlow, Francis H. and Dwight P. Lanmon. The Pottery of Zia Pueblo. This beautifully illustrated book is the definitive treatment of Zia Pueblo's long and complex ceramic history. Contains nearly 700 color photographs, hundreds of design details, and profiles of important Zia potters. School of American Research Press, 2003. Soft cover. $59.95

  547. SOLD Harmsen, Bill. Patterns and Sources of Navajo Weaving. Illustrated guide to different rugs and styles. Harmsen Publishing, 1985. Soft cover oversize. $22.50

  548. Harmony by Hand: Art of the Southwest Indians: Basketry, Weaving, Pottery. Text by Patrick Hoolihan, Jerold L. Collings, Sarah Nestor and Jonathan Batkin. Illustrated with color photographs of the art work. Chronicle, 1987. Soft cover. $10.00

  549. Harrington, Isis L. Komoki of the Cliffs. Story of a Hopi boy. Illustrations from drawings by Indian children, probably from the Albuquerque Indan School. One page repaired with tape. 1st edition. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1934. Decorated yellow cloth. $35.00

  550. Harrison, Mike and John Williams and Sigrid Khera, Ph.D. Oral History of the Yavapai. Carolina C. Butler, editor. This book is the history of the Yavapai people as told by two elders of the Yavapai tribe. Acacia Publishing, 2012. Dust jacket. $34.95 *

  551. Harrison, Mike and John Williams and Sigrid Khera, Ph.D. Oral History of the Yavapai. Carolina C. Butler, editor. This book is the history of the Yavapai people as told by two elders of the Yavapai tribe. Signed by Carolina Butler, editor. Acacia Publishing, 2012. Soft cover. $24.95 *

  552. SOLD Hart, E. Richard. Pedro Pino: Governor of Zuni Pueblo 1830-1878. For decades Pino ably conducted Zuni foreign relations, defending the pueblo's sovereignty and lands. He was known for his diplomatic savvy, skills as a warrior, oratory, honesty, and hospitality. Utah State University Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $36.95

  553. Hart, E. Richard. Pedro Pino: Governor of Zuni Pueblo 1830-1878. For decades Pino ably conducted Zuni foreign relations, defending the pueblo's sovereignty and lands. He was known for his diplomatic savvy, skills as a warrior, oratory, honesty, and hospitality. Utah State University Press, 2003. Soft cover. $17.95

  554. Hartmann, Russell P. and Jan Musial. Navajo Pottery: Traditions & Innovations. Foreword by Clara Lee Tanner. The only book on Navajo pottery for the general interest reader and collectgor - contemporary potters are introduced with photographs of their work. Northland Press, 1987. Soft cover. $25.00

  555. Harvey, Byron and Suzanne de Berge. Hopi Miniature Baskets. Discusses basketry designs and techniques. Black and white illustrations. Presentation copy signed by both authors. Arequipa Press, 1969. Wraps. $25.00

  556. Harvey, Byron III. The Fred Harvey Collection 1899-1963. Pamphlet represents one of the major secondary soures of Southwestern Indian and other Indian Ethological material. Beautiful black and white photographs. Autographed. $15.00

  557. Harvey, Byron III. Ritual in Pueblo Art: Hopi Life in Hopi Painting. 1st edition. Mostly black and white illustrations of contributions from the Museum of the American Indian Heye Foundation. New York Museum of the American Indian Heye Foundation, 1970. Wraps. $25.00

  558. Harvey, Joy. Antelope Boy: A Navaho Indian Play for Children. With paintings by Arlo Nuvayouma, Shongopovi. Photographs by Ingrid Helms, Hamburg and Phoenix. A play about a Navajo boy. The illustrations depict a related Hopi legend of a boy who also became an antelope. Long Walk Centennial, 1868-1968. Arequipa Press, 1968. Brown wraps. $5.00

  559. Harvey, Thoms J. Rainbow Bridge to Monument Valley: making the Modern Old West. Provides a captivating analysis of the meaning Anglos and Native Americans have made of Rainbow Bridge and Monument Valley, exploring their place in the American and Navajo imagination. University of Oklahoma Press, 2011. Dust jacket. $34.95

  560. Harvey, Thoms J. Rainbow Bridge to Monument Valley: making the Modern Old West. Provides a captivating analysis of the meaning Anglos and Native Americans have made of Rainbow Bridge and Monument Valley, exploring their place in the American and Navajo imagination. University of Oklahoma Press, 2011. Soft cover. $19.95

  561. Hassell, Sandy. Know the Navajo. Illustrated by Paul Bringle. Informative pamplet. Vic Walker, Indian Trader, 1963. Wraps. $10.00

  562. SOLD Hatfield, Shelley Bowen. Chasing Shadows: Apaches and Yaquis Along the United States - Mexico Border, 1876-1911. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press. Dust jacket. $35.00

  563. Hatfield, Shelley Bowen. Chasing Shadows: Apaches and Yaquis Along the United States - Mexico Border, 1876-1911. This book examines for the first time the military campaigns on both sides of the border against Apaches and other native peoples in the late nineteenth century. University of New Mexico Press, 1999. Soft cover. $28.00

  564. Hausman, Gerald. Sitting on the Blue-Eyed Bear: Navajo Myths and Legends. Lawrence Hill and Co., 1975. Dust jacket. $28.50

  565. tahoma Havens, Charnell and Vera Marie Baderstscher, Quincy Tahoma: The Life and Legacy of Navajo Artist. The first complete biography of the important Navajo painter, Quincy Tahoma (1917-1956). More than 260 beautiful full color images of his paintings complement the story of his life and career as one of the best artists of his generation. After more than a decade of research, the authors completed this biography by collecting oral histories from more than 50 people, most of whom knew Tahoma personally. This book includes his work from his formative years discovering art at the Santa Fe Indian School through winning the coveted Philbrook Award as a young adult, to his final creations in the decade that followed. The paintings display the range of the artist's considerable talents, from the tranquil scene of a napping baby antelope to action-packed buffalo hunts. Many of the pieces shown in the book have never before been seen in public. Signed by the authors. Schiffer, 2011. Dust jacket, oversize. $50.00

  566. Hayes, Allan and John Blom. Collections of Southwestern pottery: Candlesticks to Canteens, Frogs to Figurines. Illustrated guide to the different types of Native American pottery. Northland Publishing, 1998. Soft cover. $9.95

  567. Hayes, Allan and John Blom. Southwestern Pottery: Anasazi to Zuni. Photographs by John Blom, foreword by Alexander E. Anthony, Jr. An art book, history book and reference tool that is filled with color plates of the Southwest pottery. Northland Publishing, 1997. Dust jacket. $40.00

  568. Hayes, Allan and John Blom. Southwestern Pottery: Anasazi to Zuni. Photographs by John Blom, foreword by Alexander E. Anthony, Jr. An art book, history book and reference tool that is filled with color plates of the Southwest pottery. Northland Publishing, 1997. Soft cover. $21.95

  569. Hayes, Jess G. Apache Vengeance: The True Story of the Apache Kid. Author's presentation copy. Previous owner's names on front endsheet, including Chaves County Historical Museum. University of New Mexico Press, 1954. Dust jacket. $45.00

  570. Hayes, Joe. A Heart Full of Turquoise: Pueblo Indian Tales retold by Joe Hayes. Illustrations by Lucy Jelinek. Includes stories about prairie dogs, coyote, and Turkey Girl. Mariposa Publishing, 1990. Soft cover. $9.95

  571. Heard Museum Guild History 1958 - 1976. Heard Museum, 1976. Wraps. $7.50

  572. Heard Museum. Heard Museum Guide. A guide to the Museum's collections with photographs of a few artifacts in the collections. Heard Museum, 1971. Wraps. $2.

  573. Heard Museum. Fred Harvey Fine Arts Collection. Wonderfully illustrated catalogue of Fred Harvey's collection depicting the influence on the history of Indian Arts. 1st edition. Heard Museum, 1976. $45.00

  574. Heard Museum. Masterworks from the Heard Museum. 3 volumes: 1) Hold Everything: Masterworks of Basketry and Pottery from the Heard Museum. 2) So Fine: Masterworks of Fine Art from the Heard Museum. 3) Be Dazzled! Masterworks of Jewelry and Beadwork from the Heard Museum. Heard Museum, 2001-2002. Soft cover in pictorial slipcase. $30.00

  575. Hedlund, Ann Lane. Navajo Weaving in the Late Twentieth Century: Kin, Community, and Collectors. While presenting 74 dazzling color plates of Navajo rugs and wall hangings woven between 1971 and 1996, representing the work of sixty native weavers, Hedlund discusses the development of textile collecting, a history of Navajo weaving and themes of the blankets. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $35.00

  576. Hedlund, Ann Lane. Navajo Weavings from the Andy Williams Collection. Introduction by Bill Pearson. Illustrated exhibit catalog from the Saint Louis Art Museum. Saint Louis Art Museum, 1997. Soft cover oversize. $50.00

  577. Hedlund, Ann Lane. Reflections of the Weaver's World : the Gloria F. Ross Collection of Contemporary Navajo Weaving. Exhibition catalog. Bookplate and name stamp on half title page. Denver Art Museum, 1992. Soft cover, with name on spine. $32.50

  578. Hegemann, Elizabeth Compton. Navaho Silver. Suthwest Museum Leaflets No. 29. Southwest Museum, 1962. Wraps. $5.50

  579. SOLD Hegemann, Elizabeth Compton. Navaho Trading Days. With photographs by the author. Early photographs of the Navajo people and land. University of New Mexico Press, 1966. Gray cloth. $85.00

  580. SOLD Hegemann, Elizabeth Compton. Navaho Trading Days. With photographs by the author. The personal story of life among the Hopi and Navaho life between the world wars. University of New Mexico Press. Soft cover. $24.95

  581. Heisey, Adriel and Kenji Kawano. In the Fifth World: Portrait of the Navajo Nation. Foreword by Peterson Zah. A photographic view of the Navajo people. Rio Nuevo Publishers, 2001. Soft cover oblong. $21.95

  582. Hewett, Edgar L. and Bertha P. Dutton, ed. The Pueblo Indian World: Studies on the Natural History of the Rio Grande Valley in Relation to Pueblo Indian Culture. 1st edition. University of New Mexico and School of American Research, 1945. Blue cloth with corners worn. $50.00

  583. Hibben, Frank C. Indian Hunts and Indian Hunters of the Old West. Tales of famous Indian hunters, including the Massacre at Medio Dia, the Purgatorie Grizzly and the Dead Man's Stampedge. Safari Press, 1992. Dust jacket. $25.00

  584. Hieb, Louis A. A Navajo Bibliography. A select list of books, pamphlets and serial publications on the Navajo Indians and the Navajo Country. Signed by Hieb. 1967. Wraps. $10.00

  585. Hill, Rick. Creativity is Our Tradition. Three decades of Contemporary Indian art at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe. Highlights artists and their work. IAIA Press, 1992. Soft cover. oversize. $20.00

  586. Hill, Rick. Creativity is Our Tradition. Three decades of Contemporary Indian art at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe. Highlights artists and their work. IAIA Press, 1992. Dust jacket oversize. $30.00

  587. Hillerman, Tony. The Boy Who Made Dragonfly: A Zuni Myth Retold. This story is intended to teach both history and morality of a people. University of New Mexico Press. Soft cover. $11.95

  588. SOLD Hirst, Stephen. Havsuw 'Baaja: People of the Blue Green Water. Photographs by Lois Hirst. Details the origins and early time of the Havasuapi people of the Grand Canyon and relates trends in their recent history to currents in American life. Havasupai Tribe, 1985. Dust jacket. $35.00

  589. Hirst, Stephen. I am the Grand Canyon: The Story of the Havasupai People. Originally published as Life in a Narrow Place. Story of a heroic people who fought the federal government for the homeland. Grand Canyon Association, 2006. Soft cover. $18.95

  590. Historic Trading Posts. A collection of essays by James Babbitt, Martha Blue, Willow Roberts and Joan Brundige-Baker that first appeared in the Plateau magazine. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1986. Wraps, oversize. $10.00

  591. SOLD Hodge, Gene Meany. The Kachinas Are Coming: Pueblo Indian Kachina Dolls with Related Folktales. Foreword by Dr. Frederick Webbh Hodge. With eighteen color plates of Kachina Dolls from Original Drawings by the author. Northland Press, 1967. Paper decorated boards with cloth spine. $75.00

  592. Hoerig, Karl A. Under the Palace Portal: Native American Artists in Santa Fe. Utilizing extensive interview extracts, this history and ethnography explores the Portal from the inside out. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $29.95

  593. SOLD Hogner, Dorothy Childs. Navajo Winter Nights: Folk Tales and Myths of the Navajo People. Illustrated by Nils Hogner. Special edition published by E. M. Hale, 1938. Blue pictorial cloth. $20.00

  594. *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. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $29.95

  595. *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. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2005. $24.95

  596. under eagle new Holiday, Samuel. Under the Eagle: Samuel Holiday Navajo Code Talker. Written with the assistance of Robert S. McPherson. Story of Holiday from his days as a child in Monument Valley to the Pacific Theater in World War II. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 2013. Soft cover. $19.95

  597. SOLD Hollister, U.S. Navajo and His Blanket. A look at the Navajo and his weavings. Includes color plates. Previous owner's name on decorated endsheets. 1st edition. 1903. Red cloth, slight discoloration spots, with paper label of an Indian on cover. $200.00

  598. Hollister, U.S. Navajo and His Blanket. A look at the Navajo and his weavings. Includes color plates. Reprint of 1903 edition. Former owners name inside front cover. Rio Grande Press, 1974. $47.50

  599. Home: Native People in the Southwest. Edited by Ann Marshall, with poetry by Ofelia Zepeda and additional text by Diana Pardue. Catalogue published in conjunction with the opening of an exhibition held at the Heard Museum in May 2005. Heard Museum, 2005. Dust jacket. $25.00

  600. SOLD Hook, Jason. The Apaches. This absorbing volume examines the Apaches, their social structure, religion, and warcraft. It is illustrated with a wealth of contemporary photographs, museum examples and eight stunning full page color plates by Richard Hook. Osprey Men-At-Arms 186. Osprey, 2005. Soft cover. $15.95

  601. SOLD Hook, Jason. Geronimo: Last Renegade of the Apache. Young reader's biography of this warrior and his culture. Plates by Richard Hook. Firebird Books, 1989. Decorated cloth. $12.00

  602. Hooker, Kathy Eckles. Time Among the Navajo: Traditional Lifeways on the Reservation. Photographs by Helen Lau Running. Introduction by Danny K. Blackgoat. Documents the life of the Navajo in text and photographs in the 1970s-1980s. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1991. Soft cover. $10.00

  603. Hopi and Hopi-Tewa Pottery. Articles by various scholars in the Plateau 49:3. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1977. Soft cover oversize. $7.00

  604. Hopi Animal Tales. Edited and compiled by Ekkehart Malotki. Introduction by Barre Toelken. Narrated by Michael Lomatuway'ma, Lorena Lomatuway'ma and Sidney Namingha. Charming and informative collection features popular animal figures from thirty Hopi folklore tales and myths. University of Nebraska Press, 1998. Black decorated casebound. $40.00

  605. Hopi Clay - Hopi Ceremony: An Exhibition of Hopi Art. Organized by Seymour and Harriet Koenig. History of the Hopi people and their art, illustrated with black and white photographs. With contributions by Barton Wright and others. Katonah Gallery, 1976. Soft cover, oblong. $30.00

  606. SOLD A Hopi Dream by the Old People. Short stories by the elder Hopi. Good Medicine Books, 1974. Wraps. $7.50

  607. Hopi Indian Agency, BIA. The Hopi-Tewa and His Reservation. Part one of a series compiled by the Brach of Adult Education wit the cooperation of the Hopi people. 1970. Yellow Wraps. $10.00

  608. Hopi Kachina: Spirit of Life - Dedicated to the Hopi Tricentennial, 1680-1980. Edited by Dorothy K. Washburn. Exhibit catalog with articles by such experts as J. J. Brody, John and Clara Tanner, and E. Charles Adams. Illustrated with historic and contemporary photographs. California Academy of Sciences with University of Washington Press, 1980. Oversize soft cover. $40.00

  609. SOLD Hopi Ruin Legends Kiqötutuwutsi. Narrated by Michael and Lorena Lomatuway'ma and Sidney Namingha, Jr. Collected, translated and edited by Ekkehart Malotki. Seven narratives presented, each about the destruction of a different village. Northern Arizona University and University of Nebraska Press, 1993. Casebound, spine faded. $70.00

  610. Hopi Tales of Destruction. Collected, translated and edited by Ekkehart Malotki. Narrated by Michael Lomatuway'ma, Lorena Lomatuway'ma, and Sidney Namingha Jr. Preserves seven powerful tales about ancient hopi villages that lie now in ruins. University of Nebraska Press, 2002. Soft cover. $27.95

  611. SOLD Hopi und Kachina: Indianische Kulture im Wandel. Herausgegeben von [Published by] Albert Kunze. In German. Trickster Verlag, 1988. Dust jacket. Binding is damaged. $45.00

  612. 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

  613. Hotvedt, Kris. Pueblo and Navajo Indian Life Today. With illustrations by the author. Preface by Frank Waters. This collection represents a segment of the lives of the Navajo and Pueblo people of the American Southwest. Sunstone Press, 1993. Soft cover. $8.95

  614. SOLD Hough, Walter. The Moki Snake Dance. 1st edition. An account of the pagan ceremony of the Pueblo Indians of Tusayan, AZ, with incidental mention of their life and customs. Over sixty black and white illiustrations. Passenger Department, 1902. Wraps. $35.00

  615. Houk, Rose. Navajo of Canyon de Chelly: In Home God's Fields. With primary research by Tracy J. Andrews. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1995. Soft cover. $10.95

  616. Houlihan, Patrick T. and Betsy E. Houlihan. Lummis in the Pueblos. Photographic history of Lummis in the Arizona and New Mexico Pueblos. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1986. Oversize soft cover. $30.00

  617. House, Deborah. Language Shift Among the Navajos: Identity Politics and Cultural Continuity. An accurate picture of contemporary Navajo society and offers a new voice on Indian education. University of Arizona Press, 2005. Soft cover. $17.95

  618. Houser, Allan. Allan Houser: A Life In Art. Catalogue of the authors exhibitions and art work. Museum of New Mexico, 1991. Soft cover. $20.00

  619. SOLD Houser, Allan and Dan Namingha. American Indian Art. Illustrations of the sculptures and paintings from the two authors. Amerika Haus Berlin, 1983. Wraps. $20.00

  620. SOLD Houser and Haozous: A Sculptural Retrospective. Exhibition catalog at the Heard Museum, September 10, 1983 - May 1, 1984. Contains illustrations of their work. Heard Museum, 1983. Reddish brown wraps, faded on spine. $25.00

  621. SOLD Hovens, Pieter. The Ten Kate Collection 1882 - 1888. Catalog of all the pieces collected by Hermann ten Kate and places the artifacts in their cultural and historical context. Illustrated. National Museum of Ethnology, 2010. Soft cover oversize. $39.00

  622. Hoving, Thomas. The Art of Dan Namingha. Drawing upon the landscape and culture of his native American Southwest, Dan Namingha blends abstraction and reality. Harry N Abrams, 2000. Dust jacket. $45.00

  623. SOLD Howard, Kathleen L. and Diana F. Pardue. Inventing the Southwest: The Fred Harvey Company and Native American Art. In cooperation with the Heard Museum. Forword by Martin Sullivan.  Illustrated with many interesting and informative historical photographs, this book is the fascinating story of the people and places of the Fred Harvey Company, the inventor of the great Southwest. Signed by the authors and Sullivan. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1996. Soft cover. $65.00

  624. Huckel, J. F., ed. American Indians: First Families of the Southwest. Beautifully illustrated with color plates, telling stories of the Native Americans. 2nd edition. Fred Harvey, 1920. Brown stiff boards with paper label of Indian painting on front cover, torn in right corner. $45.00

  625. SOLD Hucko, Bruce. Southwestern Indian Pottery. Colorful guide showing examples of the pots made by the different Southwestern tribes. KC Publications, 1999. Soft cover oversize. $12.50

  626. SOLD Hu-DeHart, Evelyn. Yaqui Resistance and Survival: The Struggle for Land and Autonomy, 1821-1910. A chronicle of the Yaqui struggle that draws from both primary and secondary sources. 1st edition. University of Wisconsin Press, 1984. Dust jacket, slightly worn. $27.00

  627. Hughte, Phil. A Zuni Artist Looks At Frank Hamilton Cushing. Discourse by Jim Ostler, Foreword by Triloki Nath Pandey. Commentary by Krisztina Kosse. Hughte's drawings and captions tell the story of Cushing and the time he spent on the Zuni reservation. Pueblo of Zuni Arts & Crafts and A:shiwi A:wan Museum and Heritage Center, 1994. Soft cover, oblong. $15.00 *

  628. Hunt, W. Ben. Indian Silversmithing. Illustrated guide to Southwest Indian silver work, including how to. Bruce Publishing. Decorated cloth with wear on edges. $20.00

  629. Hyde, Hazel. Maria making pottery. A picture story of Maria Martinez, the famous Indian potter, showing the process of her making a pot at San Ildefonso pueblo. 1st edition. Sunstone Press, 1973. Wraps, black with yellow, oblong. $20.00

  630. Hyde, Hazel. Maria making pottery. A picture story of Maria Martinez, the famous Indian potter, showing the process of her making a pot at San Ildefonso pueblo. Revised edition. Sunstone Press, 1983. Wraps, with photo of pots on cover. $12.50

  631. Ickes, Anna Wilmarth. Mesa Land: The History and Romance of the American Southwest. Chapters on the Navajo, Hopi, Zuni, and other Pueblo tribes. 1st edition. Houghton Mifflin Co., 1933. Cover slightly faded. $25.00

  632. Iliff, Flora Gregg. People of the Blue Water: My Adventures Among the Walapai and Havasupai Indians. Story of these Native Americans by a woman who journeyed to Arizona in 1900 to teach school at the western end of the Grand Canyon. Previous owners' bookplate on inside front cover. Harper & Brothers, 1954. Dust jacket with minor wear. $25.00

  633. Iliff, Flora Gregg. People of the Blue Water: A Record of Life Among the Walapai and the Havasupai Indians. Foreword by Robert C. Euler. Story of these Native Americans by a woman who journeyed to Arizona in 1900 to teach school at the western end of the Grand Canyon. University of Arizona Press, 1985. Soft cover. $17.95

  634. SOLD Illustrated History of Indian Baskets and Plates Made by California Indians and Many Other Tribes. Exhibition catalogue from the 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition. Reprinted by Leo K. Brown, 1970. Tan soft cover. $25.00

  635. Indian Arts Fund. Indian Arts Fund Collection. Portfolio of 12 photographs by Laura Gilpin of Pueblo pottery and jewelry from the School of American Research. Distributed by Museum of New Mexico Press, 1970. Redish brown folder. $35.00

  636. SOLD Indian Basket Weaving. From the Navajo School of Indian Basketry. 114 black and white illustrations. Soft cover. Dover Publications, Inc., 1971. $15.00

  637. Indians of Arizona: A Contemporary Perspective. Edited by Thomas Weaver, with essays by Email Haury, Bernard L. Fontana, Emory Sekaquaptewa and others. Signed by Sekaquaptewa. University of Arizona Press, 1974. Soft cover. $20.00

  638. The Indians of New Mexico: Apache Navaho Pueblo Ute. Informative booklet on the tribes in New Mexico. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1963. Soft cover, oblong. $15.00

  639. Indians of the American Southwest. Introduction essay by Steven Walker. Colorful overview of the Native Americans from prehistoric times to modern times. Camelback Canyonlands, 1994. Soft cover oversize. $8.95

  640. Ingersoll, Thomas N. To Intermix With Out White Brothers: Indian Mixed Bloods in the United States from Earliest Times to the Indian Removals. In this groundbreaking study, Ingersoll argues the Jacksonian American Indian removal policy appealed to popular racial prejudice against all Indians, including special suspicion of mixed bloods. An examination of the origins and early history of mixed bloods in North American is followed with a study of their lives. University of New Mexico Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $39.95

  641. Ingstad, Helge. The Apache Indians: In Search of the Missing Tribe. Translated by Janine K. Stenehjem. Introduction by Thomas J. Nevins. The story of Ingstad's sojourn among the Apache near the White Mountain Reservation in Arizona and his epic journey to locate the "lost" group of their brethren in the Sierra Madres in the 1930s. University of Nebraska Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $24.95

  642. Institute on American Indian Culture, with Emphasis on the Navajos. Our Friends - The Navajos. Original title: Papers on Navajo Culture and Life: A Select Collection of Studies. Revised edition. Navajo Community College Press, 1976. Soft cover. $25.00

  643. An Introduction to Hopi Pottery. Includes a brief chapter by Francis Harlow. Museum of Northern Arizona. Wraps. $8.00

  644. The Inverted Mountains: Canyons of the West. Edited by Roderick Peattie. Contributions by Welon F. Heald, Edwin D. McKee, and Harold S. Colton. Former owner's name of front free endsheet, dust jacket worn. The Vangaurd Press, 1948. Dust jacket. $32.50

  645. Isaac, Gwyneira. Mediating Knowledges: Origins of a Zuni Tribal Museum. Foreword by Jim Enote. This masterful ethnography examins how the Zuni people developed their tribal museum to mediate between tribal and non-tribal values of history and culture. University of Arizona Press, 2007.Dust jacket. $50.00

  646. Ishi in Three Centuries. Edited by Karl Kroeber and Clifton Kroeber. Comprehensive look at the latest research on Ishi, the last Yahi. Contributors to the collection of essays include Louis Owens, Fred Zumwalt, Jr. and Rachel Adams. University of Nebraska Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $49.95

  647. Insley, Bernice. Indian Folklore Tales. Illustrated by Russell Insley. Stories and myths of the Southwest Indians. Presentation copy siged by the author. 1st edition. Exposition Press, 1952. Dust jacket. $15.00

  648. Iverson, Peter. Carlos Montezuma and the Changing World of American Indians. Biography of one of the great Native American crusaders for Indian rights in the early twentieth century, a member of the Arizona Yavapai tribe. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1982. Dust jacket with rubbing. $37.50

  649. SOLD Iverson, Peter. Dine: A History of the Navajos. A compelling narrative, a lively and authoritative account, utilizing many previously untapped sources, presenting new details and insights that are extremely significant. Monty Roessel's superb photos. 1st edition. Presentation copy signed by Iverson. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $40.00

  650. Dine - the Navajo Iverson, Peter. Dine: A History of the Navajos. A compelling narrative, a lively and authoritative account, utilizing many previously untapped sources, presenting new details and insights that are extremely significant. Monty Roessel's superb photos. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Soft cover. $24.95

  651. Iverson, Peter, ed. "For Our Navajo People" - Dine Letters, Speeches & Petitions 1900-1960. Photo editor Monty Roessel. One hundred documents written by the Dine people covering such subjects as land, community, education, rights, government, and identity. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $34.95

  652. Iverson, Peter, ed. "For Our Navajo People" - Dine Letters, Speeches & Petitions 1900-1960. Photo editor Monty Roessel. One hundred documents written by the Dine people covering such subjects as land, community, education, rights, government, and identity. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Soft cover $19.95

  653. Iverson, Peter. The Navajo Nation. An important tribal history, written by a noted historian. University of New Mexico Press, 1981. Soft cover. $10.00

  654. Iverson, Peter. The Navajos: A Critical Bibliography. Printed for the Newberry Library Center for the History of the American Indian by Indiana University Press, 1976. Soft cover. $17.50

  655. Iverson, Peter. When Indians Became Cowboys: Native Peoples and Cattle Ranching in the American West. Iverson describes a way of life, focusing on the northern plains and the Southwest, that has been both economically viable and socially and culturally rewarding. 1st edition. Signed by the author. University of Oklahoma Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $35.00

  656. Jacka, Jerry D. Art of the Hopi: Contemporary Journeys on Ancient Pathways. Photos by Jerry Jacka, written by Lois Essary Jacka. Photographic study of the Hopi crafts. Northland Publishing, 1998. Dust jacket. $50.00

  657. Jacka, Jerry, photographer. Pottery Treasures: The Splendor of Southwest Indian Art. Text by Spencer Gill. Full page photographs of masterpieces of Indian pottery, learning about the clays, colors and traditional methods. Graphic Arts Center Publishing, 1976. Dust jacket. $30.00

  658. SOLD Jacka, Jerry D. Turquoise Treasures: The Splendor of Southwest Indian Art. Text by Spncer Gill, photographs by Jacka. An exciting treasure house filled with the color, beauty and fascination of turquoise. Graphic Arts, 1975. Soft cover. $30.00

  659. Jacka, Lois Essary. Enduring Traditions: Art of the Navajo. Photographs by Jerry Jacka, introduction by Barton Wright. Presents modern-day Navajo pottery, jewelry, sculpture, rugs, paintings, sandpaintings and baskets. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $55.00

  660. Jacka, Lois Essary. Navajo Jewelry: A Legacy of Silver and Stone. Photographs by Jerry Jacka. An informal guide to collecting and learning more about this Indian art. Northland Publishing, 1995. Soft cover. $20.00

  661. Jackson, Robert H. From Savages to Subjects: Missions in the History of the American Southwest. A study of the relationship between the missions and the indigenous population of the Southwest. M. E. Sharpe, 2000. Cream cloth. $48.95

  662. SOLD Jacobs, Martina Magenau. Kachina Ceremonies and Kachina Dolls. Catalogue from the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Colorful illustrations and text. 1980. Wraps. $20.00

  663. SOLD Jacoby, Karl. Shadows at Dawn: A Borderlands Massacre and the Violence of History. A groundbreaking exploration of the Camp Grant massacre, illuminating the clash of American, Mexican and tribal cultures in the southwestern borderlands. Penguin Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $32.95

  664. Jacoby, Karl. Shadows at Dawn: An Apache Massacre and the Violence of History. A groundbreaking exploration of the Camp Grant massacre, illuminating the clash of American, Mexican and tribal cultures in the southwestern borderlands. Penguin Books, 2009. Soft cover. $17.00

  665. James, Don. One Nation, One Year. Text by Karyth Becent; with additional editing by Lexi Petronis. A stunning collection of photographs of the Navajo Nation by one of their own from the inside. Rio Grande Books / Albquerque The Magazine, 2010. Soft cover. $$24.99

  666. James, George Wharton. Indian Blankets and Their Makers. Reprint. Rio Grande Press, 1974. Brown decorated cloth. $35.00

  667. SOLD James, George Wharton. Indian Blankets and Their Makers. Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co., 1927. $150.00

  668. James, George Wharton. Indians of the Painted Desert Region: Hopis, Navajoes, Wallapais, Havasupais. Little, Brown, and Co., 1904. Decorated tan cloth with faded spine. $65.00

  669. James, H. L. Posts and Rugs: The Story of Navajo Rugs and Their Homes. Discusses the people, the homes and the weaving. Southwest Parks and Monuments, 1976. Soft cover, oversize with minor wear, pages loose. $7.95 *


  670. James, H. L. Rugs & Posts: The Story of Navajo Weaving and Indian Trading. Traces the evolution of weaving with maps, illustrations and historic photos. Revised and updated 3rd edition. Schiffer, 2005. Soft cover, oversize. $24.95 *

  671. SOLD James, Harry C. The Cahuilla Indians. The author utilizes published anthropological and historical studies to reconstruct the circumstances of life among the group prior to their contact with other cultures. Malki Museum Press, 1969. Dust jacket. $25.00

  672. SOLD James, Harry C. The Hopi Indians: Their History and Their Culture. Illustrated by Don Perceval. The author's adoption into the tribe was in recognition of his help in correcting some of the flagrant abuses on the reservation in the 1920's. 1st edition. Former owner's name inside front cover. Caxton, 1956. Yellow cloth. $45.00

  673. SOLD James, Harry C. The Hopi Indians: Their History and Their Culture. Illustrated by Don Perceval. The author's adoption into the tribe was in recognition of his help in correcting some of the flagrant abuses on the reservation in the 1920's. 2nd printing. Caxton, 1956. Dust jacket. $30.00

  674. James, Harry C. Ovada: An Indian Boy of the Grand Canyon. Illustrated by Don Perceval. The story of a day in the life of an Indian boy from the Havasu tribe. Signed presentation copy by the artist to Paul Weaver. 1st edition. Ward Ritchie Press, 1969. Dust jacket. $40.00

  675. James, Harry C. Pages from Hopi History. A comprehensive history of the Hopi. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1974. Dust jacket. $30.00

  676. James, Harry C. Pages from Hopi History. A sympathic history of the Hopi. University of Arizona Press. Soft cover. $15.95

  677. James, Harry C. Red Man White Man. James delves deeply into the Hopi culture to explain the tribal lore and customs. Presentation copy signed by the author and signed by the illustrator. The Naylor Company, 1958. Dust jacket. $27.50

  678. SOLD The James C. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works. Mark Andrew White, General Editor. Bialac collection of paintings, pottery, jewelry and other Indian works, now at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art. Color photographs of the pieces along with descriptive text of the culture and artists. University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. Dust jacket, oversize. $49.95

  679. The James C. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works. Mark Andrew White, General Editor. Bialac collection of paintings, pottery, jewelry and other Indian works, now at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art. Color photographs of the pieces along with descriptive text of the culture and artists. University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. Soft cover with stiff wraps, oversize. $29.95

  680. SOLD Jett, Stephen C. and Virginia E. Spencer. Navajo Architecture: Forms, History, Distributions. Study of the origin, evolution and construction of Navajo buildings. University of Arizona Press, 1981. Soft cover. $75.00

  681. tourism navajo Jett, Stephen C. Tourism in the Navajo Country: Resources and Planning. Information on development on the reservation, including sites to see. Navajoland Publications. Navajo Tribal Museum, 1967. Stapled soft cover, missing spine tape. $40.00

  682. John, Hershman R. I Swallow Turquoise for Courage: Poems. Written by a Navajo who draws from living on the reservation and boarding schools. University of Arizona Press, 2007. Soft cover. $15.95

  683. Johnson, Barry C. and Francis B. Taunton, eds. Missionaries, Indians and Soldiers. English Westerners Society, 1996. First published in February 1996 in an edition of 400 copies. Includes Geronimo's Contraband Cattle by Allan Radbourne and Plains Indians and Missionaries by Colin Taylor. New. Wraps. $20.00

  684. Johnson, Broderick H. Denetsosie. Illustrated by Andy Tsinajinnie. With an original pen and ink sketch personally inscribed by Tsinajinnie. Rough Rock Demonstration School, 1969. Red soft cover. $150.00

  685. Johnson, Broderick H. Navaho Education at Rough Rock. Discussion on the education process on the reservation. Rough Rock Demonstration School, 1968. Turquoise soft cover. $7.50

  686. Johnson, Edith Line. Indians In Arizona. Drawings by Melvin Harrison. Former owner's name stamped on front cover and title page. Edith Line Johnson, 1962. Wraps, 5.5" tall. $5.0

  687. Johnston, Bernice Eastman. California's Gabrielino Indians. Information on this California tribe's culture through the years. Author's signed presentation copy. Former owner's bookplate on front endsheet. Southwest Museum, 1962. Blue cloth. $45.00

  688. Johnston, Bernice Eastman. California's Gabrielino Indians. Information on this California tribe's culture through the years. Southwest Museum, 1962. Soft cover. $20.00

  689. 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

  690. Jones, Courtney Reeder. Letters from Wupatki. Edited by Lisa Rappoport. Story of two people who live with the Navajo and Pueblo Indians at Wupatki National Monument. University of Arizona Press, 1995. Soft cover. $14.00

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

  692. Jones, Louis Thomas. Highlights of Puebloland. Foreword by D. L. Mahoney with an introduction by Geroge A. Boyce. Presents a vivid picture of this majestic area and the different facets of Indian life. 1st edition. Naylor Co., 1968. Dust jacket. $15.00

  693. Jones, Oakah L., Jr. Pueblo Warriors & Spanish Conquest. Examines the procedures, organization, contributions, and significance of the Pueblo auziliaries from 1692 to 1794 in detail in the vital central sector of New Spain's northern frontier. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1966. Dust jacket. $45.00

  694. SOLD Joseph, Alice, Rosamond B. Spicer and Jane Chesky. The Desert People. A study of the Papago (Tohono O'Odham) including social, geographical and historical information. University of Chicago Press, 1974. Soft cover. $15.00

  695. fred harvey jew SOLD June, Dennis. Fred Harvey Jewelry 1900-1955. The many conjoined facts and historical research discoveries provide a fresh vantage from which to understand the complex world of early silver Indian jewelry and its champion, Fred Harvey Jewelry. Schiffer Publishing, 2013. Dust jacket, oversize. $39.99

  696. Kabotie, Fred. Designs from the Ancient Mimbrenos with a Hopi Interpretation. Foreword by David Laird. A description and artistic evaluation of forty of the most outstanding and significant of theeeee Mimbres designs. Previous owner's blind stamp on title page. 2nd edition. Northland Press, 1982. Dust jacket, oversize. $50.00

  697. Kabotie, Fred. Fred Kabotie: Hopi Indian Artist. An autobiography told with Bill Belknap. The life of the traditional Hopi artist. Illustrated with photographs and examples of his art. 1st edition. Museum of Northern Arizona with Northland Press, 1977. Dust jacket. $50.00

  698. Katchinas in the Pueblo World. Edited by Polly Schaafsma. Fourteen noted scholars, among them Fred Eggan, J.J. Brody, and Dennis Tedlock, examine the role of the kachina in the cultures of the Rio Grande, Zuni, and Hopi pueblos. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $35.00

  699. Kachinas in the Pueblo World. Edited by Polly Schaafsma. Fourteen noted scholars, among them Fred Eggan, J.J. Brody, and Dennis Tedlock, examine the role of the kachina in the cultures of the Rio Grande, Zuni, and Hopi pueblos. University of Utah Press, 2000. Soft cover. $19.95

  700. Kahlenberg, Mary Hunt and Anthony Berlant. The Navajo Blanket. Exhibition catalog for Los Angeles County Museum of Art. 1st ed. Praeger Publishers, 1972. Soft cover with spine faded and front cover discolored on top. $35.00

  701. SOLD Kahlenberg, Mary Hunt and Anthony Berlant. The Navajo Blanket. 1st ed. Praeger Publishers. Cloth, dust jacket. $100.00

  702. Kaiser, Rudolf. The Voice of the Great Spirit: Prophecies of the Hopi Indians. Foreword by Frank Waters. Shambhala, 1991. Soft cover. $10.00

  703. Kammer, Jerry. The Second Long Walk: The Navajo-Hopi Land Dispute. Presents both sides of the century-old dispute. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1980. Dust jacket. $35.00

  704. Kammer, Jerry. The Second Long Walk: The Navajo-Hopi Land Dispute. Presents both sides of the century-old dispute. University of New Mexico Press, 1982. Soft cover. $10.00

  705. SOLD Karasik, Carol. The Turquoise Trail: Native American Jewelry and Culture of the Southwest. Photographs by Jeffrey Jay Foxx. Filled with more than 140 color photographs that show turquoise jewelry in the context of which it is work, this book also provides a multicultural offering that focuxes on a sacred stone used for centuries to adorn ritual objects. Abrams, 1993. Dust jacket. $60.00

  706. Kate, Herman ten. Travels and Researches in Native North America, 1882 - 1883. Translated and edited by Pieter Hovens, William J. Orr, and Louis A. Hieb. A historical source of scientific data on the natural environment, archaeological remains, physical characteristics, traditional material culture and customs, language, and tribal history of Indians. University of New Mexico Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $60.00

  707. Katzenberg, Dena S. "And Eagles Sweep Across the Sky": Indian Textiles of the North American West. Exhibition catalogue held at the Baltimore Museum of Art, Sept. 18-Nov. 13, 1977. Black and white illustrations. Wraps. $25.00

  708. Kaufman, Alice and Christopher Selser. The Navajo Weaving Tradition: 1650 to the Present. Illustrated with color plates and photographs; the definitive reference. 2nd edition. Council Oak Books, 1999. Soft cover. $29.95

  709. SOLD Kaut, Charles R. The Western Apache Clan System: Its Origins and Development. University of New Mexico Publications in Anthropology No. 9. University of New Mexico, 1957. Wraps. $45.00

  710. SOLD Kavena, Juanita Tiger. Hopi Cookery. More than 100 authentic recipes with information on edible plants along with historic and cultural tidbits pertaining to the Hopi. Previous owner's bookplate on half title page. University of Arizona Press, 1980. Soft cover. $9.00

  711. Keats, Doris. Arizona Sketchbook with Verses. Wonderful illustrations by the author accompany poems and short stories. Trails West, 1972. Dust jacket has stains and tears. $25.00

  712. Keegan, Marcia. Mother Earth Father Sky: Navajo and Pueblo Indians of the Southwest. Oversized photograph book of Keegan's collection of the Indian's land, their days, and their lives. 1st edition. Grossman Publishers, 1974. Dust jacket torn at bottom. $35.00

  713. yaqui women Kelley, Jane Holden. Yaqui Women: Contemporary Life Histories. University of Nebraska Press, 1991. Soft cover. $15.00

  714. Kellogg, Harold & Delaine. Indians of the Southwest. Juvenile. Rand McNally & Co., 1936. Pictorial paper boards, tear on top spine. $15.00

  715. Kelly, Lawrence C. The Navajo Indians and Federal Indian Policy 1900-1935. Thoughtful evaluation of federal policy including expanding the Reservation, oil exploration and reform within the BIA. University of Arizona Press, 1970. Dust jacket. $30.00

  716. Kelly, Lawrence C. Navajo Roundup: Selected Correspondence of Kit Carson's Expedition against the Navajo, 1863-1865. Previous unpublished documents that recreate the campaign and reassess its significance. Map missing from back pocket. 1st edition. Preuett Publishing, 1970. Dust jacket. $40.00

  717. Kelly, William H. The Changing Role of the Indian in Arizona. Prepared for the University of Arizona Agricultural Extension Service, Circular 263. University of Arizona, 1958. Redish wraps. $5.00

  718. Kennard, Edward A. Field Mouse Goes to War: Tusan Homichi Tuwvota. Illustrated by Fred Kabotie. Hopi poems with English translation and alphabet reference. Cover is discolored (sunned), remains of a price sticker in upper right corner. United States Indian Service, 1944. Wraps. $25.00

  719. SOLD Kennard, Edward A. Hopi Kachinas. Illustrations by Edwin Earle. Earle lived for a year on the Hopi Mesas and witnessed a full cycle of kachina dances. The images in this volume were chosen from the among the kachinas he painted. Kennard's text and Earl's paintings bring the kachinas to life for the contemporary student of Hopi religion. Second edition, revised. Museum of the American Indian Heye Foundation, 1971. Yellow cloth. $45.00

  720. SOLD Kennard, Edward A. Hopi Kachinas. Illustrations by Edwin Earle. Earle lived for a year on the Hopi Mesas and witnessed a full cycle of kachina dances. The images in this volume were chosen from the among the kachinas he painted. Kennard's text and Earl's paintings bring the kachinas to life for the contemporary student of Hopi religion. Reprint. Kiva Publishing, 2002. Soft cover. $12.95

  721. Kennard, Edward A. Little Hopi. Illustrated by Charles Loloma. A reader to teach Native American children. BIA Division of Education, 1948. Oversize soft cover with wear. $20.00

  722. Kennedy, Mary Jeanette. Tales of a Trader's Wife: Life on the Navajo Indian Reservation 1913-1938. Signed by the author. Valliant Co., 1965. Yellow binding with red printing. $45.00

  723. SOLD Kenner, Charles L. The Comanchero Frontier: A History of New Mexican-Plains Indian Rlations. The history of the Comancheros, or Mexicans who traded with the Comanche Indians in the early Southwest. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $19.95

  724. Kent, Kate Peck. Navajo Weaving: Three Centuries of Change. Illustrated history describing the patterns, weaving techniques and regions of the rugs. School of American Research Press, 1985. Soft cover. $20.00

  725. Kent, Kate Peck. The Story of Navajo Weaving. Illustrated with photographs of blankets from the Heard Museum collection. 2nd printing, 1963. Soft cover, oversize. $10.00

  726. Kent, Zachary. The Story of Geronimo. A young adult biography of the Apache Warrior. Cornerstones of Freedom series. Childrens Press, 1989. Wraps. $5.00

  727. SOLD Khera, Sigrid. The Yavapai of Fort McDowell: An Outline of Their History and Culture. Soft cover. $20.00

  728. Kiersch, George A. Mineral Resources Navajo - Hopi Indian Reservations, Arizona - Utah: Geology, Evaluation, Uses. Three volumes: volume 1: Metalliferous Minerals and Mineral Fuels; volume 2: Nonmetallic Minerals; volume , Construction Materials. Prepared under contract for the Bureau of Indian Affairs. College of Mines, University of Arizona, 1955. Soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  729. King, Charles S. Born of Fire: the Life and Pottery of Margaret Tafoya. Photographs by Duane Reider. Biography of this Santa Clara pottery with images of her pots. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $45.00

  730. King, Charles S. and Richard L. Spivey. The Life and Art of Tony Da. The artwork and life story of the Pueblo potter and painter whose work is both compelling and significant with its impact on American Indian pottery. Color illustrations of both art and pottery enhance this beautiful book. Rio Nuevo, 2011. Dust jacket. $40.00

  731. King, Dale Stuart. Indian Silverwork of the Southwest Volume Two. Study of the many forms, techniques and motifs that developed between 1941 and 1975. Illustrated. Dale Stuart King, 1976. Soft cover. $40.00

  732. King, Jeff. Where the Two Came to Their Father: A Navaho War Ceremonial Given by Jeff King. Text and Paintings Recorded by Maud Oakes, commentary by Joseph Campbell. Tells the creation legend of the Navajo, incorporated into their blessing ceremony for the tribal members heading into battle. Includes plates of the sandpaintings with accompanying text. 3rd edition. Princeton University Press, 1991. Soft cover. $35.00

  733. SOLD Kirk, Ruth F. Introduction to Zuni Fetishism. Illustrated discussion. Papers of the School of American Research. [New series no.34]. Archaeological Institute of America, 1943. Bound in green buckrum. $40.00

  734. SOLD Kissell, Mary Lois. Basketry of the Papago and Pima Indians. 1916 reprint of the classic filled with photographs. Rio Grande Press, 1972. Decorative cream binding. $45.00

  735. SOLD Klah, Hasteen. Navajo Creation Myth: The Story of the Emergence. Recorded by Mary C. Wheelwright. Navajo Religion Series volume 1. Previous owner's bookplate on front endsheet. Limited to 1000 copies. Museum of Navajo Ceremonial Art, 1942. Cloth spine faded. $185.00

  736. Klaussen, Doris D. Pueblo Indians. Unit Study Book No. 202. Used in collection with the Teachers College, Columbia University. Information on the Pueblo Indians for the young student. Previous owner's name in pencil on front cover. Educational Printing House, 1934. Blue wraps, edges show fading. $10.00

  737. Klinck, Richard E. Land of Room Enough and Time Enough. Story of the Navajo Nation and the land. Wonderful photographs. Previous owner's initials on back of front endsheet. 2d edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1958. Dust jacket with wear on edges. $20.00

  738. SOLD Kluckhohn, Clyde & Katherine Spencer. A Bibliography of the Navajo Indians 1st ed. New York: J. J. Augustin Publisher, 1940. 93 p. $95.00

  739. SOLD Kluckhohn, Clyde and Dorothea Leighton. The Navaho. Classic study of the Navaho tribe and the federal government administration of a native people Previous owner's name on front endsheet. Harvard University Press, 1947. Dust jacket with wear. $20.00

  740. Kluckhohn, Clyde and Dorothea Leighton. The Navaho. Classic study of the Navaho tribe and the federal government administration of a native people. Revised edition with revisions made by Lucy H. Wales and Richard Kluckhohn. Foreword by Lucy Wales Kluckhohn. Harvard University Press, 1974. Soft cover. $15.00

  741. Kluckhohn, Clyde and Dorothea Leighton. The Navaho. Classic study of the Navaho tribe. Revised edition. Doubleday, 1963. Soft cover, mass market size. $10.00

  742. Kluckhohn, Clyde. To the Foot of the Rainbow: A Tale of Twenty-Five Hundred Miles of Wandering on Horseback Through the Southwest Enchanted Land. Stories of travel through the Four Corners region. Reprint of 1st edition. Rio Grande Press, 1967. Blue cloth. $30.00

  743. Kluckhohn, Clyde. To the Foot of the Rainbow: A Tale of Twenty-Five Hundred Miles of Wandering on Horseback Through the Southwest Enchanted Land. Stories of travel through the Four Corners region. Reprint with new material added by the publishers. Rio Grande Press, 1980. Turquoise decorated cloth with paper label of Rainbow Bridge, oversize. $35.00

  744. Kluckhohn, Clyde. To the Foot of the Rainbow: A Tale of Twenty-Five Hundred Miles of Wandering on Horseback Through the Southwest Enchanted Land. Stories of travel through the Four Corners region. Reprint with new material added by the publishers. Rio Grande Press, 1980. Soft cover with image of Rainbow Bridge, oversize. $17.50

  745. Knaut, Andrew L. The Pueblo Revolt of 1680: Conquest and Resistance in Seventeenth-Century New Mexico. History of the Revolt and the events and forces that led to it. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1995. Dust jacket. $15.00

  746. Kosik, Fran. Native Roads: The Complete Motoring Guide to the Navajo & Hopi Nations. Loaded with all sorts of extremely helpful information, well designed and easy to use. Includes self-guided road tours. 2nd edition. Rio Nuevo Publishers, 2005. Soft cover. $16.95

  747. Kosik, Fran. Native Roads: The Complete Motoring Guide to the Navajo & Hopi Nations. Loaded with all sorts of extremely helpful information, well designed and easy to use. Includes self-guided road tours. 1996. Soft cover. Special $9.95

  748. Koyiyumptewa, Stewart B., Carolyn O'Bagy Davis and the Hopi Cultural Preservation Office. The Hopi People: Images of America. Illustrated history of this northern Arizona tribe. Arcadia Publishing, 2009. Soft cover. $21.99

  749. Kraft, Louis. Gatewood & Geronimo. Dramatically recreates Gatewood's final mission, capturing Geronimo, and poignantly recalls the federal government's betrayal of the Chiricahuas, Geronimo and Gatewood. Signed by the author. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $75.00

  750. Kraft, Louis. Gatewood & Geronimo. Dramatically recreates Gatewood's final mission, capturing Geronimo, and poignantly recalls the federal government's betrayal of the Chiricahuas, Geronimo and Gatewood. Signed by the author. University of New Mexico Press, 2000. Soft cover. $27.95

  751. Kramer, Barbara. Nampeyo and Her Pottery. The story of the Hopi-Tewa potter and her work. Maps and drawings by James Kramer. University of New Mexico Press, 1996. Dust jacket. $25.00

  752. Krena, John with Allison Bird-Romero. In the Spirit of the Ancestors: The Kappmeyer Collection of Native American Art. Catalog published in conjunction with an exhibition held at the Erie Art Museum. Showcases Southwest Indian art, pottery, kachinas, painting, weaving, basketry, sculpture, metalwork and photography. Four Winds, 1997. Dust jacket. $25.00

  753. SOLD *Kristofic, Jim. Navajos Wear Nikes: A Reservation Life. Modern memoir of a young man living on the Navajo reservation. University of New Mexico Press, 2011. Dust jacket. $26.95

  754. *Kristofic, Jim. Navajos Wear Nikes: A Reservation Life. Modern memoir of a young man living on the Navajo reservation. University of New Mexico Press, 2011. Soft cover. $19.95

  755. Kroeber, A.L. Basket Designs of the Mission Indians of California. 1st edition. Detailed description of the basket portrayed through black and white plates and describes the techniques and materials used. Ballena Press, 1973. Wraps. $20.00

  756. Kroeber, A.L. The Seri. Pamphlet of field studies during 1930, in Arizona, Sonora, and Sinaloa, under a joint expedition of the Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, and the University of California. Southwest Museum Papers no. 6. Reprint. Southwest Museum, 1964. $15.00

  757. SOLD Kroeber, Clifton B. and Bernard l. Fontana. Massacre on the Gila: An Account of the Last Major Battle Between American Indians, with Reflections on the Origin of War. Story of the 1857 attack of Quechan and Mojave Indians against a Marciopa village on the Gila River. University of Arizona Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $22.50

  758. Kroeber, Clifton B. and Bernard l. Fontana. Massacre on the Gila: An Account of the Last Major Battle Between American Indians, with Reflections on the Origin of War. Story of the 1857 attack of Quechan and Mojave Indians against a Marciopa village on the Gila River. University of Arizona Press, 1992. Soft cover. $15.00

  759. Kroeber, Theodora. The Inland Whale. Foreword by Oliver La Farge. Nine stories retotold from California Indian Legends. Previous owner's name and stamp on inside front cover. University of California Press, 1964. Soft cover with wear.

  760. Kroeber, Theodora. Ishi in Two Worlds: A Biography of the Last Wild Indian in North America. Deluxe illustrated edition. Foreword by Karl Kroeber. The life story of Ishi, the last Yahi Indian, found near Oroville California in 1911. University of California Press, 2004. Soft cover, stiff wraps oversize. $29.95

  761. Krug, J. A. The Navajo: A Long-Range Program for Navajo Rehabilitation. Report prepared by the Secretary of the Interior under the direction of the Congress to understand the assistance needed. GPO, March 1948. Oversize wraps with tear at top. $20.00

  762. Kunitz, Stephen J. Disease Change the Role of Medicine: The Navajo Experience. Insightful discussion of the Navajo experience with curative and preventive medicine. Presentation copy "For Bob" [Robert C. Euler] signed by the author. University of California Press, 1983. Dust jacket. $20.00

  763. Kunitz, Stephen J. and Jerrold E. Levy. Navajo Aging: The Transition from Family to Institutonal Support. 1st edition. Presentation copy "For Bob" [Robert C. Euler] signed by the authors. University of Arizona Press, 1991. Red cloth. $15.00

  764. LaCapa, Michael. The Flute Player: An Apache Folktale. Illustrated by the author. Childrens book colorfully illustrated. Northland, 2006. Soft cover. $6.95

  765. SOLD La Farge, Oliver. Cochise of Arizona (The Pipe of Peace is Broken). Illustrated by L. F. Bjorklund. The true story, told in fictional form, of one of the greatest of all American Indian Chiefs, Cochise of the Chiricahua Apaches. Young adult, American Heritage Series. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. Aladdin Books, 1955. Dust jacket. $27.50

  766. Laird, Carobeth. The Chemehuevis. Informative book which evokes a way of life and knowledge that is gone forever. A study of the way of life, language and mythology of the Chemehuevi Indians. Fold out maps. 1st edition. Malki Museum Press, 1976. Soft cover. $100.00

  767. Laird, W. David. Hopi Bibliography: Comprehensive and Annotated. Over 700 pages of Hopi references. The University of Arizona Press, 1977. Brown cloth. $50.00

  768. Laird, W. David. Hopi Bibliography: Comprehensive and Annotated. University of Arizona Press, 1977. Soft cover. $25.00

  769. Lamadrid, Enrique. Hermanitos Comanchitos: Indo-Hispano Rituals of Captivity and Redemption. Photographs by Miguel A. Gandert. One of the least known, but most colorful ritual traditions ahared by Pueblo and Hispano groups of the Southwest is the celebration of Los Comanches. This festival includes ceremonial dance, allegorical nativity plays and folk drama. A historic, poetic, and photographic documentation of one of the richest legacies of the upper Rio Grande. University of New Mexico Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $45.00

  770. Lamb, Susan. A Guide to Pueblo Pottery. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1996. Wraps. $4.95

  771. Lambert, Marjorie F. Pueblo Indian Pottery: Materials, Tools, and Techniques. Illustrated with drawings. PSP 5. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1966. Wraps. $8.00

  772. SOLD Lambert, Marjorie. Southwest Indians Today. Gallery guide to the New Mexico Museum. Black and white illustrations. Museum of New Mexico, 1965. Wraps. $15.00

  773. Lamphere, Louise. To Run After Them: Cultural and Social Bases of Cooperation in a Navajo Community. A penetrating analysis of the role of family and kinship in performing everyday cooperative activities in a modern Navajo community. University of Arizona Press, 1977. Dust jacket. $13.50

  774. Landau, Elaine. The Hopi. Illustrated overview of the tribe and its culture. Franklin Watts, 1994. Soft cover. $5.00

  775. SOLD Landberg, Leif C.W. The Chumash Indians of Southern California. 1st edition. Reveals the beginnings of culture in an area of California that has become one of the largest centers of population in the world. Foxing stain on front endsheets. Southwest Museum, 1965. Blue cloth. $35.00

  776. Lange, Patricia Gofelman. Pueblo Pottery Figurines: The Expression of Cultural Perceptions in Clay. Examination of pottery figurines and their political and social message. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $45.00

  777. Lanmon, Dwight P., Lorraine Welling Lanmon and Dominique Coulet du Gard. Josephine Foard and the Glazed Pottery of Laguna Pueblo. Biography of an easterner who moved to Laguna Pueblo to help the pueblo potters strengthen their work and glaze it, using correspondence from the family as well government sources. Includes photographs of the pottery. University of New Mexico Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $50.00

  778. newLanmon, Dwight P. and Francis H. Harlow. The Pottery of Acoma Pueblo. This book is a comprehensive illustrated survey of Acoma pottery made between about 1300 and the present, illustrated with more than 1400 images - examples from museum and private collections, many published for the first time. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2013. Dust jacket oversize. $150.00

  779. Lanmon, Dwight P. and Francis H. Harlow. The Pottery of Zuni Pueblo. Written with the assistance and cooperation of the people of Zuni Pueblo. Comprehensive guide that provides biographical material as well as photographs of the work of the Zuni potters. Indispensable to researchers and collectors. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2008. Dust jacket oversize. $150.00

  780. SOLD Laut, Agnes C. Through Our Unknown Southwest: The Wonderland of the United States - Little Known and Unappreciated - the Home of the Cliff Dweller and the Hopi, the Forest Ranger and the Navajo - The Lure of the Painted Desert. Early travel narrative through Arizona and New Mexico with photographs. Previous owner's bookplate on inside front cover. 2d printing. McBride, Nast, 1913. Green cloth, gold printing on spine faded. $20.00

  781. SOLD Lawrence, D. H. The Hopi Snake Dance. With a foreword by Linda Laird and David Laird. Reissue of an article by Lawrence who witnessed this important cultural event. Limited to 150 copies, No. 49. Peccary Press, 1980. White dust jacket. $75.00

  782. Lee, Gaylen D. Walking Where We Lived: Memoirs of a Mono Indian Family. Recounts the story of the Nim (North Fork Mono in California's Sierra Nevada) family across six generations. Provides the history and culture of the author's people. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1998. Dust jackt. $23.95

  783. Lee, George P. Silent Courage: An Indian Story: The Autobiography of George P. Lee, a Navajo. Story of a young man who became a Mormon. Previous markings on front endsheet whited-out. Deseret Book Co., 1987. Dust jacket. $15.00

  784. Leeper, Vera. Indian Legends Live in Puppetry: A Creative Manual. Discusses the art of puppetry in telling Southwest Indian legends, involving Pueblo tribes. Naturegraph, 1973. Soft cover. $10.00

  785. LeFree, Betty. Santa Clara Pottery Today. Combines extensive historical research with interviews by three potters. Illustrated. Published for the School of American Research. University of New Mexico Press, 1975. Soft cover. $16.95

  786. Left-Handed. Son of Old Man Hat: A Navaho Autobiography. Recorded by Walter Dyk, foreword by Edward Sapir. Life story of a Navajo from childhood to maturity. University of Nebraska Press, 1967. Soft cover. $10.00

  787. Left-handed Mexican Clansman. The Trouble at Round Rock with Related Anecdotes by Howard Gorman and the Nephew of Former Big Man. Translated into English and edited by Robert W. Young and William Morgan. Stories of the Navajo Indians. U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1952. Green wraps. $25.00

  788. Leighton, Alexander H. and Dorothea C. Leighton. Lucky the Navajo Singer. Edited and annotated by Joyce J. Griffen. The story of Lucky, as told to the Leightons in 1940 - Lucky was a Navajo elder raised in the traditional way on the reservation. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1992. Dust jacket. $29.95

  789. Leon-Portilla, Miguel. "Aztecs and Navajos: A Reflection on the Right of Not Being Engulfed". and Spicer, Edward H. "Indian Identity Versus Assimilation". Two essays. The Weatherhead Foundation, 1975. Wraps. $15.00

  790. "Letter From the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting a copy of an agreement with the Yuma Indians..." Senate Ex. Doc No. 68, 53rd Congress, 2d Session, 1894. Wraps. $30.00

  791. Legacy: Southwest Indian Art at the School of American Research. Edited by Duane Anderson. School of American Research Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $60.00

  792. Levering, Donald. Outcroppings from Navajoland. Poetry. Photographs by Gregg D. Baker and Leonard Gorman. 1st edition. Navajo Community College Press, 1984. Red boards. $15.00

  793. Levy, Jerrold E. In the Beginning: The Navajo Genesis. Stories of mythology and religion. University of California Press, 1998. cream cloth. $45.00

  794. Levy, Jerrold E. and Stephen J. Kunitz. Indian Drinking: Navajo Practices and Anglo-American Theories. Analysis of Native American drinking. Presentation copy to Bob with individual sentiments signed by the authors. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. 1st edition. John Wiley & Sons, 1974. Dust jacket. $15.00

  795. Levy, Jerrold E. Orayvi Revisited: Social Stratification in an "Egalitarian" Society. Analysis of the hierarchical elements of Hopi society. School of American Research Press, 1992. Dust jacket. $30.00

  796. Librado, Fernando. Breath of the Sun: Life in Early California. First-hand description of Mission Indian life in Southern California before and after secularization of the missions in 1834. As told by a Chumash Indian, Fernando Librado to John P. Harrington, edited with notes by Travis Hudson. Maliki Museum Press, 1980. Dust jacket. $50.00

  797. Lieder, Michael & Jake Page. Wild Justice: The People of Geronimo vs. The United States. Examination of the personalities involved and decisions made by a forum specifically to hear and remedy the complaints of Indian tribes against the United States. This volume focuses on the activities of the Chiricahua and its victory for land taken by the federal government. 1st edition. Random House, 1997. Dust jacket. $25.95

  798. Lindig, Wolfgang. Navajo: Tradition and Change in the Southwest. Photography by Helga Teiwes. Chronicles the historical, cultural and societal progress of the largest group of Native Americans in the United States. Translated from German. Facts on File, 1993. Dust jacket. $45.00

  799. SOLD Linford, Laurance D. Navajo Places: History, Legend, Landscape. A narrative of important places on and near the Navajo Reservation, with notes on their significance to navajo culture and history. University of Utah Press, 2000. Soft cover. $24.95

  800. SOLD Linford, Laurance D. Tony Hillerman's Navajoland: Hideouts, Haunts, & Havens in the Joe Leaphorn & Jim Chee Mysteries. Foreword by Tony Hillerman. This handy reference and visitor's guide contains entries for all places mentioned in the Hillerman novels, providing location, historical information, the meaning of Navajo and Hopi names and where a place apperars in the mysteries. 2nd expanded edition. University of Utah Press, 2005. Soft cover. $19.95

  801. Link, Margaret Schevill. The Pollen Path: A Collection of Navajo Myths retold by Margaret Schevill Link. With a psychological commentary by Joseph L. Henderson, M.D. Sandpainting from the Blessing Chant. Previous owner's inscription on front endsheet. 1st edition. Stanford University Press, 1956. Brown cloth. $30.00

  802. Link, Martin A., ed. Navajo: A Century of Progress 1868-1968. A visual look at the Navajo people and their nation. 1st edition. Navajo Tribe, K.C. Publications, 1968. Turquoise blue cloth, oversize. $20.00

  803. Lipps, Oscar H. The Navajos. Little Histories of North American Indians series originally printed in 1909. Cover title to this edition, A Little History of the Navajos. Avanyu, 1989. Green cloth with paper label. $12.50

  804. Littlebird, Larry. Hunting Sacred: Everything Listens: A Pueblo Indian Man's Oral Tradition Legacy. Foreword by Valerius Geist. Western Edge Press, 2001. Soft cover. $10.95

  805. Lockwood, Frank C. The Apache Indians. 1st edition. Red cloth, sunning on spine, no dust jacket. Macmillan, 1938. $125.00

  806. Lockwood, Frank C. The Apache Indians. 1st edition. Red cloth, dust jacket (chips). Macmillan, 1938. $150.00

  807. Lockwood, Frank C. The Apache Indians. Foreword by Dan L. Thrapp. A splendid synthesis, careful, complete and contains material from oral accounts and unpublished documents. The seminal study on the Apache Indians, detailing the colorful and complex history. 1st Bison Book printing. University of Nebraska Press, 1987. Red cloth. $20.00

  808. Lockwood, Frank C. The Apache Indians. Foreword by Dan L. Thrapp. A splendid synthesis, careful, complete and contains material from oral accounts and unpublished documents. The seminal study on the Apache Indians, detailing the colorful and complex history. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $15.00

  809. SOLD Loftin, John D. Religion and Hopi Life in the Twentieth Century. The first attempt to synthesize the scholarly record to tease out the essential and enduring premises on which Hopi religion is predicted. Indiana University Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $25.00

  810. Loftin, John D. Religion and Hopi Life. Tells the story of Hopi religious life in a way that makes sense to both Hopis and outsiders. 2nd edition. Indiana University Press, 2003. Soft cover. $18.00

  811. SOLD Lomatewama, Ramson. Ascending the Reed. Poems by a Hopi. Signed by the author. Badger Claw Press, 1987. Soft cover. $30.00

  812. [Lonewolf, Joseph] The Pottery Jewels of . . . Joseph Lonewolf. Signed by Joseph Lonewolf. 1st edition. Dandick Co., 1975. Wraps. $30.00

  813. [Lonewolf, Joseph] The Pottery Jewels of . . . Joseph Lonewolf. Limited Edition, numbered A.P. Previous owner's inscription on edition page. Dandick Co., 1975. Tan leathertte. $45.00

  814. Long, Paul V. Big Eyes: The Southwestern Photographs of Simeon Schwemberger, 1902-1908. With an essay by Michele M. Penhall. Story and images of Schwemberger who worked as a lay brother at the Franciscan Mission of St. Michaels on the Navajo Reservation. He took over 400 images of Navajo, Hopi, Zuni and Pueblo Indians, many of them printed in this book. 1st edition. Signed by the author. University of New Mexico Press, 1992. Dust jacket. $50.00

  815. Lauritzen, Elizabeth M. Shush'ma. Illustrated by Andy Tsinajinie. 1st edition. Caxton Printers, 1964. Dust jacket. $15.00

  816. Loscher, Tricia. Old Traditions in New Pots: Silver Seed Pots From the Norman L. Sandfield Collection. Featuring more than 240 pieces from approximately 70 native artists; each piece is shown in close detail in color images. Heard Museum, 2007. Soft cover oversize. $25.00

  817. Lowell, Susan. Navajo Rug Designs. Photography by Robin Stancliff. Speaking the language of color, pattern, and texture, these rug designs tell stories from the Hubbell trading post. Collected and published here for the first time, the powerful images in this book recount a tale as intricate as the complex designs themselves and illuminate the history of Native American textile art. Rio Nuevo Publishers, 2005. Dust jacket. $12.95

  818. Lowry, Joe Dan and Joe P. Lowry. Turquoise Unearthed: An Illustrated Guide. Showcases exquisite examples of rough and polished natural turquoise from more than twenty famous classic mines. Shown are spectacular works by modern jewelers, along with fascinating ancient and historic Native American turquoise jewelry and ceremonial objects. Rio Nuevo Publishers, 2002. Soft cover. $12.95

  819. Luckert, Karl W. and Johnny C. Cooke, Navajo Interpreter. Coyoteway: A Navajo Holyway Healing Ceremonial. Additional texts by Mary C. Wheelwright, Maude Oakes, and others. Contains additional images and ceremonial photographs. Brings to life the ritual actions and mythology of a full nine-night Navajo ceremonial. University of Arizona Press, Museum of Northern Arizona Press, 1979. Soft cover. $25.00

  820. Luckert, Karl W.. Mother Earth Once Was a Girl: A Scientific Theory on the Expansion of Planet Earth. . American Tribal Religions Supplement Number One. Museum of Northern Arizona Press, 1979. Wraps. $8.00

  821. Luckert, Karl W. The Navajo Hunter Tradition. With field assistance and translation by John Cook and others and with additional translations from manuscripts by Father Berard Haile. An analysis of Navajo Indian mythology. University of Arizona Press, 1975. Soft cover with minor rubbing. $30.00

  822. SOLD Ludwig, Larry L. The Battle at K-H Butte: Apache Outbreak - 1881: Arizona Territory. Westernlore Press, 1993. Dust jacket. $35.00

  823. Lummis, Charles F. Bullying the Moqui. Edited with an introduction by Robert Easton and Mackenzie Brown. Bookplate of Barry Goldwater. 1st edition. Prescott College Press, 1968. Dust jacket with wear and rubbing. $35.00

  824. Lummis, Charles F. Mesa, Canon and Pueblo: Our Wonderland of the Southwest - Its Marvels of Nature - Its Pageant of the Earth Building - Its Strange Peoples - Its Centuried Romance. Illustrated with nearly 100 rare photographs. Previous owner's name, dated 1925. With Errata sheet tipped in. Century, 1925. Brown decorated cloth with discoloration and tear on spine and lower corner worn. $35.00

  825. SOLD Machula, Paul R. Tale of the Apache Kid. Signed by the author. Globe, AZ, 2006 $20.00

  826. SOLD Magee, Sharon S. Geronimo! Stories of an American Legend. Wild West Collection vol. 11 Arizona Highways, 2002. Soft cover. $7.95

  827. Mails, Thomas E. The People Called Apache. Illustrated by the author. A complete account of the Apache life, past and present. Rutledge Book Prentice-Hall, 1974. Dust jacket. $60.00

  828. Mails, Thomas E. The Pueblo Children of the Earth Mother. 2 volume set. Contains the heritage, culture, crafts, ceremonials and traditions of the Anasazi ancestors of the Pueblo Indians and the Indians today. Illustrated by the author. Each volume contains an individual pen drawing by Mails with a personal inscription and signed by the artist. 1st edition. Doubleday, 1983. Dust jacket and both volumes in a leatherette slipcase. $250.00

  829. Mails, Thomas E. The Pueblo Children of the Earth Mother. 2 volume set. Contains the heritage, culture, crafts, ceremonials and traditions of the Anasazi ancestors of the Pueblo Indians and the Indians today. Illustrated by the author. 1st edition. Doubleday, 1983. Both volumes in dust jackets in a matching brown cloth slipcase. $100.00

  830. Mails, Thomas E. The Pueblo Children of the Earth Mother. Volume 1, containing information on the culture and ceremonials of the Anasazi ancestors. Marlowe & Co., 1993. Soft cover oversize. $29.95

  831. Maloof, Alfreda Ward. Recollections from My Time in the Indian Service 1935-1943, including my Primer Maria Martinez Makes Pottery. Story of a woman who taught school at the Santo Domingo Pueblo in New Mexico. Includes the story about Maria. Living Gold Press, 1997. Soft cover. $15.00

  832. Malotki, Ekkehart and Ken Gary. Hopi Stories of Witchcraft, Shamanism, and Magic. The Hopi world is infused with magic and supernatural. This book contains tales about witches, owls, bears and kachinas. University of Nebraska Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $29.95

  833. Malotki, Ekkehart. Hopitutuwutsi Hopi Tales: A Bilingual Collection of Hopi Indian Stories. Illustrated by Anne Marie Malotki. Museum of Northern Arizona Press, 1978. Soft cover oblong, with wear on bottom corner pages. $15.00

  834. Malotki, Ekkehart. The Mouse Couple: A Hopi Folktale. 1st edition. Appropriate for all ages, this tory is one that speaks both of the parents' love for their daughter and of the Hopi reverence for the natural world. Northland Publishing, 1988. $17.50

  835. SOLD Malotki, Ekkehart and Michael Lomatuway'ma. Gullible Coyote: Una'ihu: A bilingual Collection of Hopi Coyote Stories. Illustrated by Anne-Marie Malotki. University of Arizona Press, 1985. Soft cover. $19.95

  836. Malotki, Ekkehart and Michael Lomatuway'ma. Maasaw: Profile of a Hopi God. Drawings by Petra Roeckerath. Tells of the Hopi religion and mythology. American Tribal Religions v. 7. University of Nebraska Press, 1987. Soft cover. $30.00

  837. Malotki, Ekkehart and Michael Lomatuway'ma. Stories of Maasaw, a Hopi God. Drawings by Petra Roeckerath. Tells of the Hopi religion and mythology. American Tribal Religions v. 7. University of Nebraska Press, 1987. Black cloth. $55.00

  838. Manley, Ray. Ray Manley's Navajoland: A Portfolio of Navajo Life during the 1940's and 1950's. Ray Manley Publications, 1994. Wraps, rubbed. $22.50

  839. The Many Faces of Mata Ortiz. Contributors Susan Lowell and others. Beautifully illustrated with photographs of the artists, pots and how they are made. Rio Nuevo, 1999. Soft cover oversize. $29.95

  840. newMarak, Andrae M. and Laura Tuennerman. At the Border of Empires: The Tohono O'odham, Gender, and Assimilation 1880-1934. Focuses on gender norms and ideals in the assimilation of the Tohono O'odham. University of Arizona Press, 2013. Dust jacket. $55.00

  841. Markward, Anne. Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. Photographic look at this remarkable place filled with colorful images. Companion Press, 1992. Stiff soft cover, oversize. $14.95

  842. Marmon, Lee. The Pueblo Imagination: Landscape and Memory in the Photography of Lee Marmon. With writings by Leslie Marmon Silko, Joy Harjo and Simon Ortiz. The first book to showcase Marmon's photographs of Native Americans - celebrating the Laguna Pueblo people and their distinctive landscapes,traditions and history. Beacon Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $50.00

  843. Marriott, Alice. Indians of the Four Corners: The Anasazi and Their Pueblo Descendants. A lively account of the Anasazi culture, including vivid accounts of hunting, family life, religion, dwelling styles, and agriculture. Ancient City Press, 1996. Soft cover. $12.95

  844. Marriott, Alice. Maria: The Potter of San Ildefonso. Signed by Maria. University of Oklahoma Press, 1970. Dust jacket. $60.00

  845. Marriott, Alice. Maria: The Potter of San Ildefonso. Biography of this famous Pueblo printer. University of Oklahoma Press, 1976. Dust jacket. $35.00

  846. Marriott, Alice. Maria: The Potter of San Ildefonso. Biography of this famous Pueblo printer. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover with minor wear. $19.95

  847. Marshall, Ann. Rain : Native Expressions from the American Southwest. Introduction by Ofelia Zepeda. Explores the synergetic relationship between rain and the indigenous peoples of the Southwest, from prehistoric to contemporary times. Focusing on art and culture. Heard Museum, 2000. Oversize stiff soft cover. $29.95

  848. Martinez, Esther. My Life in San Juan Pueblo: Stories of Esther Martinez. Edited by Sue-Ellen Jacobs and Josephine Binford with M. Ellien Carroll, Henrietta M. Smith and Tilar Mazzeo. Foreword by Tessie Naranjo. A Native woman's story of life in a New Mexico pueblo. University of Illinois Press, 2004. Soft cover. $26.95

  849. Masayesva, Victor, Jr. and Erin Younger, comps. Hopi Photographers: Hopi Images. A selection of images by contemporary photographers with information on the artists. Sun Tracks / University of Arizona Press, 1983. Dust jacket. $35.00

  850. Masayesva, Victor, Jr. and Erin Younger, comps. Hopi Photographers: Hopi Images. A selection of images by contemporary photographers with information on the artists. Sun Tracks / University of Arizona Press, 1984. Soft cover, worn and spine cracked. $10.00

  851. Masayesva, Victor, Jr. Husk of Time: The Photographs of Victor Masayesva. Introduction by Beverly R. Singer. Images of the Native Americans, including the Hopi of Arizona as well as stories. University of Arizona Press, 2006. Soft cover oblong. $24.95

  852. Mason, Edith Hart. Living Earth. Poetry. 1st edition and limited to 500 copies. Northland Press, 1973. Brown cloth. $25.00

  853. Matthews, Washington. The Mountain Chant: A Navajo Ceremony. Foreword by Paul Zolbrod. A reprint of the original published over 100 years ago, contains the story of the wandering hero upon whose exploits the Mountain Chant is based, plus a description of each of the nine ceremonial days. University of Utah Press, 1997. Soft cover. $15.00

  854. Matthews, Dr. Washington. Navajo Weavers - Navajo Silversmiths. Detailed descriptions of the equipment and processes used by Navajo artists recorded for the Bureau of Ethnology. Reprint. Filter Press, 1968. Wraps. $6.00

  855. Matthews, Washington. The Night Chant: A Navaho Ceremony. Foreword by John Farella. Originally published in 1902, The Night Chant is one of the great Navajo winter healing ceremonies and Matthews' edition contains one of the few extensive descriptions. University of Utah Press. Soft cover. $35.00

  856. Mauldin, Barbara. Traditions in Transition: Contemporary Basket Weaving of the Southwestern Indians. A historical overview of basketry with essays on plants, tools, and techniques used by Pueblo, Hopi, Navajo, Apache, Pima, Yavapai and Papago. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1984. Soft cover. $15.00

  857. Maxwell, Gilbert S. in collaboration with Eugene L. Conrotto. Navajo Rugs: Past, Present & Future. with 20 full color plates. Desert-Southwest Inc, 1966. Blue wraps. $7.00

  858. Maxwell, Gilbert S. in collaboration with Eugene L. Conrotto. Navajo Rugs: Past, Present & Future. Revised by Bill and Sande Bobb, edited by Katherine McKeown Roush. Revised edition with an update on contemporary Navajo weaving with over 30 color plates. Southwest Images, 1992. Soft cover. $8.95

  859. M'Closkey, Kathy. Swept Under the Rug: A Hidden History of Navajo Weaving. This innovative new book challenges conventional wisdom; the detailed and scholarly work dramatically upends the orthodoxy surrounding Navajo weaving. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $32.95

  860. McAllester, David and Susan. Hogans: Navajo Houses and House Songs. Contains a sampling of house blessings, songs and prayers while identifying the simple, traditional Navajo structures. Illustrated. Wesleyan University Press, 1987. Soft cover oblong. $25.00

  861. McCann, Mika. Mika McCann: Fiber Sculpture Basketry. Photographs by Steven Minkowski. Signed by the artist. Glassman Publishing, 1988. Black wraps, rubbed. $12.50

  862. McCarthy, James. A Papago Traveler: The Memories of James McCarthy. Edited by John G. Westover. Experience the world from an Indian perspective by a young man who attended Indian schools. Walk with a Papago man on the Great Wall of China. University of Arizona Press, 1985. Dust jacket. $45.00

  863. McClain, Sally. Navajo Weapon: The Navajo Code Talkers. Based on first-person accounts and Marine Corps documents. Rio Nuevo Publishers, 2001. Soft cover. $16.95

  864. McCloskey, Joanne. Living Through the Generations: Continuity and Change in Navajo Women's Lives. A significant contribution to Navajo studies, describing in detail how the women of one Navajo community have met changes, stresses and opportunities. University of Arizona Press, 2007. Soft cover. $24.95 *

  865. SOLD McCoy, Ronald. Summoning the Gods: Sandpainting in the Native American Southwest. An issue of the Plateau focusing solely on sandpainting, including origins and symbolism with color illustrations. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1988. Wraps. $7.50

  866. McDermott, Gerald. Arrow to the Sun: A Pueblo Indian Tale. Striking color illustrations by the author. Winner of the Caldecott Award Book, 1975. Viking Press, 1974. Dust jacket with minor wear. $35.00

  867. McFeely, Eliza. Zuni and the American Imagination. McFeely discusses Stevenson, Cushing and Culin and their impact on the Zuni and how American's thought of the Zuni. Hill and Wang, 2001. Dust jacket. $24.00

  868. 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

  869. *McGinty, Brian. The Oatman Massacre: A Tale of Desert Captivity and Survival. Ridding the legendary tale of its anti-Indian bias and questioning the historic notion that the Oatmans' attackers were Apaches, McGinty explores the extent to which Mary Ann and Olive may have adapted to life among the Mohaves and charts Olive's years after her ordeal. University of Oklahoma Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $27.95

  870. *McGinty, Brian. The Oatman Massacre: A Tale of Desert Captivity and Survival. Ridding the legendary tale of its anti-Indian bias and questioning the historic notion that the Oatmans' attackers were Apaches, McGinty explores the extent to which Mary Ann and Olive may have adapted to life among the Mohaves and charts Olive's years after her ordeal. University of Oklahoma Press, 2005. Soft cover. $14.95

  871. McGreevy, Susan Brown. Indian Basketry Artists of the Southwest: Deep Roots, New Growth. With a foreword by Kevin Navasie. Explores the history and current status of basket making in the Native American Southwest, and ten contemporary basket makers share their methods, techniques, and expressive work. School of American Research Press, 2001. Soft cover. $19.95

  872. McIntyre, Allan J.and the Arizona Historical Society. The Tohono O'Odham and Pimeria Alta: Images of America. Illustrated history of the southern Arizona tribe formerly known as the Papago and Arizona Sonoran Desert region. Signed by the author. Arcadia Publishing, 2008. Soft cover. $21.99

  873. SOLD McKanna, Clare V., Jr. Court-Martial of Apache Kid: Renegade of Renegades. Foreword by Sidney L. Harring. The tale of the Apache Kid takes an unfamiliar form in this blending of ethnography and legal history. Texas Tech University Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $29.95

  874. SOLD McKee, Barbara and Edwin and Joyce Herold. Havasupai Baskets and Their Makers: 1930-1940. Basket photographs by E. Tad Nichols. McKee was a Grand Canyon Park Naturalist when he collected the baskets made by thirty-two Havasupai women. This book provides an appraisal and documentation of the baskets. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1975. Dust jacket. $50.00

  875. McKibbin, Grace. In My Own Words: Stories, Songs, and Memoires of Grace McKibbin, Wintu. By Alice Shepard with foreword by Frank LaPena. Stories and folktales of the Wintu. Heyday Books, 1997. Soft cover. $14.00

  876. McLerran, Jennifer. A New Deal for Native Art: Indian Arts and Federal Policy 1933 - 1943. Discusses how the federal policies sometimes worked at cross-purposes with promoting native self-sufficiency yet sought to generate an upscale market for Native American arts and crafts. University of Arizona Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $59.95

  877. McLuhan, T.C. Dream Tracks: The Railroad and the American Indian 1890-1930. 1st edition. Examines how the Santa Fe Railway promoted their southwestern routes by idealizing and exploiting the American Indian in order to lure tourists. Over 110 stunning hand-colored photographs from the William E. Kopplin collection. Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1985. Dust jacket. $40.00

  878. SOLD McManis, Kent. A Guide to Hopi Katsina Dolls. Photographs by Robin Stancliff. Describes and depicts more than seventy of the most prominent and intriguing katsinam who appear during the Hopi ceremonial year, with full color photographs of both contemporary and historic dolls. Rio Nuevo Publishers, 2000. Soft cover. $19.95

  879. McManis, Kent. A Guide to Zuni Fetishes & Carvings Volume I: The Animals & the Carvers. Revised and expanded. Illustrated with color photographs of the fetishes. Treasure Chest Books, 1998. Soft cover. $8.95

  880. McManis, Kent. A Guide to Zuni Fetishes & Carvings Volume II: The Materials & the Carvers. Color photographs of the fetishes showing the various types of materials used. Includes a genealogy of some of the carvers. Treasure Chest Books, 1998. Soft cover. $8.95

  881. McManis, Kent. Zuni Fetishes & Carvings. The best general reference on the subject, with information on 700 carvers and more than 900 fetishes in full color. 2nd edition. Rio Nuevo, 2010. Soft cover. $19.95

  882. McMillen, Christian W. Making Indian Law: The Hualapai Land Case and the Birth of Ethnohistory. A unique analyses of ethnohistory and the place of Indians in Indian law and land rights. Yale University Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $38.00

  883. McNichols, Charles L. Crazy Weather. Novel set in the Southwest, of a boy who runs away with an Indian brother and learns about life. Illustrated by Nick Eggenhofer. Macmillan, 1944. Dust jacket with wear and missing portion. $10.00

  884. McNitt, Frank. The Indian Traders. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1962. Red cloth. $50.00

  885. SOLD McNitt, Frank. The Indian Traders. Classic history of the traders to the Southwest Indians. 3rd printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1972. Dust jacket. $40.00

  886. McNitt, Frank. The Indian Traders. Foreward by Peter Iverson. Classic account of the little-known world of the Indian traders, rich in anecdote and descriptive detail. University of Oklahoma Press, 1989. Soft cover. $25.00

  887. SOLD McNitt, Frank. Navajo Wars: Military Campaigns, Slave Raids and Reprisals. 1st ed. University of New Mexico Press, 1972. Dust Jacket. 477 p. $65.00

  888. McNitt, Frank. Richard Wetherill: Anasazi. Biography of the pioneer explorer of ancient ruins in the American Southwest. Revised edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1966. Dust jacket. $60.00

  889. McNitt, Frank. Richard Wetherill Anasazi: Pioneer Explorer of Southwestern Ruins. A biography with maps and drawings by the author. Story of the man who discovered the cliff dwellings of Mesa Verde, Kiet Siel and Chaco Canyon. University of New Mexico Press, 2003. Soft cover. $21.95

  890. McPherson, Robert S. Dineji Na'Nitin: Navajo Traditional Teachings and History. Discusses basic Navajo concepts such as divination, good and evil, prophecy, and metaphorical thought, showing these topics' relevance in daily life while making them accessible to the contemporary reader. University Press of Colorado, 2012. Soft cover. $24.95

  891. McPherson, Robert S. Navajo Land, Navajo Culture: The Utah Experience in the Twentieth Century. An intimate history of the Dine of southeastern Utah, Moving beyond standard history by incorporating Native voices, the author shows how the Dine's culture and economy have both persisted and changed. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $34.95

  892. McPherson, Robert S. The Northern Navajo Frontier 1860-1900: Expansion Through Adversity. Focuses on the Navajo borderlands and how the Navajos were able to expand their land and population while other tribes did not. Signed by the author. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press. White cloth with red spine. $35.00

  893. McPherson, Robert S. The Northern Navajo Frontier 1860-1900: Expansion Through Adversity. Focuses on the Navajo borderlands and how the Navajos were able to expand their land and population while other tribes did not. Utah State University Press, 2001. Soft cover. $19.95

  894. Meed, Douglas V. They Never Surrendered: Bronco Apaches of the Sierra Madres, 1890-1935 The story of the Apaches who never surrendered and Francisco Fimbres, the Sonoran rancher who pursued them. Westernlore Press, 1993. $26.95

  895. SOLD Melody, Michael E. The Apache. Young adult history, illustrated with photographs and maps of this southwestern tribe. Chelsea House, 1989. Soft cover. $12.00

  896. Mera, Harry P. Indian Silverwork of the Southwest, Illustrated. Volume 1. Illustrated guide to Native American jewelry. Dale Stuart King, 1974. Soft cover. $20.00

  897. Mera, H. P. Pueblo Designs: 176 Illustrations of the "Rain Bird." Drawings by Tom Lea. Traces the motif from its prehistoric origins to the present day. Reprint of the 1937 edition. Dover. Soft cover. $8.95

  898. Mera, H.P. Pueblo Indian Embroidery. Catalogue of color and black and white illustrations by the author. Memoirs of the Laboratory of Anthropology Volume IV, 1943. Soft cover oversize. $155.00

  899. Mera, H.P. Pueblo Indian Embroidery. Catalogue of color and black and white illustrations by the author. William Gannon, 1975. Soft cover. $25.00

  900. Merrill, Ruth Earl. Plants Used in Basketry by the California Indians. Study on the detail involved in basketry. Soft cover. Acoma Books. $22.50

  901. Mesoamerican Influences in the Southwest: Kachinas, Macaws and Feathered Serpents. Edited by Glenna Nielsen-Grimm. Illustrated, showing the relationship between the cultures. Museum of Peoples and Cultures Popular Series. Brigham Young University, 2008. Soft cover. $12.00

  902. Messier Kim and Pat Messier. Hopi & Pueblo Tiles: An Illustrated History. Foreword by Barton Wright. Clay tiles or plaques are one of the most difficult forms of pottery to make by hand and a few gifted Hopi and Pueblo artists have mastered this work, often selling through the Fred Harvey Company. Color illustrations. Rio Nuevo, 2007. Soft cover. $14.95

  903. Miller, Basil. Silver Star and the Navajos. A teen mystery involving Silver Star, the horse and his friends, among the Navajo Indians. Zondervan Publishing House, 1953. Pictorial casebound, showing wear. $17.50

  904. Miller, Bruce W. Chumash: A Picture of Their World. Gathers the knowledge of the chumash and their lives on the central California Coast. Illustrated by the author. Sand River Press, 1988. Soft cover. $10.00

  905. Miller, Ronald Deanand Peggy Jeanne Miller. The Chemehuevi Indians of Southern California. Malki Museum Brochure No. 3, Malki Museum Press, 1967. Orange wraps. $9.00

  906. Mills, George. Navajo Art and Culture Reprint. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1983. $27.50

  907. acoma Minge, Ward Alan. Acoma: Pueblo in the Sky. Drawing on tribal documents, Minge traces the social, economic and political history of the tribe. Revised (2nd) edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1991. Soft cover, with minor wear. $22.50

  908. Mitchell, Blackhorse. Miracle Hill: The Story of a Navajo Boy. New foreword by Paul Zolbrod. Written by a Navajo schoolboy growing up astride two cultures. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1967. Dust jacket with some wear. $32.50

  909. Mitchell, Emerson Blackhorse and T. D. Allen. Miracle Hill: The Story of a Navajo Boy. Third printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1979. Soft cover. $10.00

  910. Mitchell, Blackhorse. Miracle Hill: The Story of a Navajo Boy. New foreword by Paul Zolbrod. Written by a Navajo schoolboy growing up astride two cultures. 1st paperbound printing. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Soft cover. $16.95

  911. Mitchell, Marie. The Navajo Peace Treaty 1868. The story of the Navajo people and the events surrounding the peace treaty with the United States. 1st edition. Mason & Lipscomb Publishers, 1973. Dust jacket. $20.00

  912. Modesto, Ruby and Guy Mount. Not for Innocent Ears: Spiritual Traditions of a Desert Cahuilla Medicine Woman. Autobiographical portrait of the Desert Cahuilla people of the Coachella Valley, California. Sweetlight Books, 1980. Soft cover. $20.00

  913. Moises, Rosalio, Jane Kelley and William Holden. A Yaqui Life: The Personal Chronicle of a Yaqui Indian. Introduction by Jane Holden Kelley.Reminiscences of a Yaqui born in northwestrn Mexico in 1899996 and his later life in Texasa. University of Nebraska Press, 1977. Soft cover. $20.00

  914. Momaday, N. Scott. Ancestral Voice: Conversations with N. Scott Momaday / Charles L. Woodard. Discussions focusing on Momaday's life and interests which include drawing, and writing. University of Nebraska Press, 1989. Dust jacket. $30.00

  915. Momaday, N. Scott. Ancestral Voice: Conversations with N. Scott Momaday / Charles L. Woodard. Discussions focusing on Momaday's life and interests which include drawing, and writing. University of Nebraska Press, 1991. Soft cover. $9.95 *

  916. Momaday, N. Scott. Circle of Wonder: A Native American Christmas Story. Written and illustrated by Pulitzer prize winner Momaday, this is the story of one lonely child's experience of a special magic at Christmas. 1st edition. Clear Light Publishers, 1994. Dust jacket. $20.00

  917. Momaday, N. Scott. House Made of Dawn. Widely acclaimed novel tells the story of a young American Indian struggling to reconsile the traditional ways with the twentieth century. Winner of the Pulitizer Prize. Harper & Row, 1968. Dust jacket. $65.00

  918. 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

  919. SOLD Momaday, N. Scott. In the Presence of the Sun: Stories and Poems, 1961-1991. 1st edition. Illustrated by the author. Features over seventy poems, sixteen new stories about the great tribal shields that delve into the deeper meaining of legend, love and loss, as well as an entire section devoted to Billy the Kid. St. Martin's Press, 1992. Dust jacket. $50.00

  920. 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

  921. Momaday, Natachee Scott. Owl in the Cedar Tree. Illustrated by Don Perceval. A beautiful and simply told Navajo story. Northland Press, 1975. Dust jacket. $40.00 *

  922. Monthan, Guy and Doris. Nacimientos: Nativity Scenes by Southwest Indian Artisans. Text in English, German, and Spanish. With color photographs. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1979. Dust jacket with minor tear and rubbing. $50.00

  923. Monthan, Guy and Doris. Nacimientos: Nativity Scenes by Southwest Indian Artisans. Text in English, German, and Spanish. With color photographs. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1979. Soft cover. $32.50

  924. Moody, Ralph. Geronimo: Wolf of the Warpath. Illustrated by Nick Eggenhofer. Biography of this Southwest warrior for young readers. Landmark Books. Signed by the artist. 1st printing. Random House, 1958. Dust jacket with minor wear. $65.00

  925. Moon, Carl. Carl Moon, Photographer & Illustrator of the American Southwest : Catalogue 83--a Selection of Vintage Photographs, Original Art, and Related Material. Introductory essay by Robert D. Haines, Jr. Illustrated. Argonaut Book Shop, 1982. Soft cover, oversize. $37.50

  926. Moon, Samuel. Tall Sheep: Harry Goulding: Monument Valley Trader. Portrait of a pioneering trader in Navajo country. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1992. Dust jacket. $40.00

  927. Moon, Sheila. A Magic Dwells: A Poetic and Psychological Study of the Navaho Emergence Myth. An inspired, splendidly organized, and engrossing analysis of the development of the personality, from birth to adult self-consciousness, which uses the Emergence myth as its touchstone and vehicle. Wesleyan University Press, 1970. Dust jacket. $20.00

  928. Moore, Ellen K. Navajo Beadwork: Architectures of Light. The first history of Navajo beadwork - drawing on such common occurrences of light, Navajo artists have crafted an uncommon array of design in colored glass beads. University of Arizona Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $50.00

  929. SOLD Moore, J. B. The Navajo. Original catalogue published by J. B. Moore, Indian Trader, of the Crystal Trading Post, New Mexico, in 1911. Illustrated with color plates. cream wraps. $150.00

  930. Moore, Lucy. Into the Canyon: Seven Years in Navajo Country. The story of a woman who moved from Massachusetts to Chinlee as part of the VISTA volunteers era, but stayed after the mandatory two year stay. University of New Mexico Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $24.95

  931. Moore, William Haas. Chiefs, Agents, and Soldiers: Conflict on the Navajo Frontier, 1868-1882. A compelling ethnohistory of the chiefs, particularly Barboncito, Mucho, and Manuelito, who held together a fragile peace by accommodating and challenging the federal government. A solid piece of scholarship. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $17.50

  932. Mora, Joseph. The Year of the Hopi: Paintings and Photographs by Joseph Mora, 1904-06. With Essays by Tyrone Stewart, Frederick Dockstader and Barton Wright. An exhibition organized and circulated by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service. Previous owner's inscription on half title page. Smithsonian Institution, 1979. Oblong soft cover. $45.00

  933. Morris, Irvin. From the Glittering World: A Navajo Story. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $19.95

  934. Mort, Terry. The Wrath of Cochise: The Bascom Affair and the Origins of the Apache Wars. In a powerful evocation of the spirit and drama of the American West, the harrowing story of the feud that ignited the Apache Wars. Pegasus Books, 2013. Soft cover. $15.95 *

  935. Moss, Roger. Southwestern Banded Blankets: Three Cultures, One Horizon. Illustrated exhibition catalog describing the history of weaving among the Pueblo, Spanish Colonial Rio Grande and Navajo. Roger Moss, 2011. Soft cover. $15.00

  936. Mullett, G.M. Spider Woman Stories: Legends of the Hopi Indians. Offers a unique glimpse into the mythological world of the Hopi. Stories handed down from generation to generation. University of Arizona Press, 1983. Soft cover. $12.50

  937. Murphy, Lawrence R. Frontier Crusader - William F. M. Arny. Biography of a reformer who came West and became an Indian agent among the Indians of New Mexico. University of Arizona Press, 1972. Dust jacket. $20.00

  938. 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. University of Oklahoma Press, 1959. Dust jacket. $85.00

  939. Museum of Northern Arizona. An Introduction to Hopi Kachinas. Published in conjunction with an exhibition of kachinas from the collections of the Museum of Northern Arizona. Color and black and white photographs. Arizona Bank, 1977. Wraps. $12.50

  940. The Myth and Prayers of the Great Star Chant and the Myth of the Coyote Chant. Recorded by Mary C. Wheelwright, edited with commentaries by David P. McAllester, foreword by Rain Parrish. Illustrated by Jason Chee. Contains color images of the sandpaintings. New Edition. Navajo Community College Press, 1988. Soft cover, oversize. $50.00

  941. Nahohai, Milford and Elisa Phelps. Dialogues with Zuni Potters. Features over 100 photographs of Zuni pottery with interviews of prominent Zuni potters. Zuni A:shiwi Publishing, 1998. Dust jacket. $45.00

  942. Nahohai, Milford and Elisa Phelps. Dialogues with Zuni Potters. Features over 100 photographs of Zuni pottery with interviews of prominent Zuni potters. Zuni A:shiwi Publishing, 1998. Soft cover. $19.95

  943. Namingha, Dan. Extensions of the Nampeyo Creative Spirit. Paintings, Sculpture and Lithographs. Catalog for exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences, November 16 - January 16, 1979. The Gallery Wall, Inc., 1978. Wraps. $15.00

  944. Namingha, Dan. Namingha on Paper. Colorful Collages, oil pastels, acrylics, monotypes, and lithographs from the artist. The Gallery Wall, Inc., 1984. Wraps. $17.50

  945. Namingha, Dan. Ten Together: 1973-1983. Catalogue illustrating the exhibit work of Namingha over the ten years. Colorful illustrations. Dan Namingha and The Gallery Wall Inc., 1983. Wraps. $15.00

  946. Native Modernism: The Art of George Morrison and Allan Houser. Edited by Truman T. Lowe. A catalog that accompanies a major inaugural exhibition at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian that showcases paintings, drawings and sculptures by these two highly acclaimed artists. Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian with the University of Washington Press, 2005. Soft cover. $35.00

  947. Navaho and Zuni for Christ: Fifty Years of Indian Missions. Edited by John C. De Korne. Christian Reformed Board of Missions, 1947. Dark green cloth. $25.00

  948. Navajo: Walking in Beauty. Native American Wisdom. Chronicle Books, 1994. Dust jacket, large chip missing on upper front. Small square book. $9.95

  949. Navajo History. Edited by Ethelou Yazzie. A history of the Navajos from their mythological and prehistoric beginnings to the present, written by and for the Navajo people. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. Navajo Curriculum Center, Rough Rock Demonstration School, 1971. Oversize golden cloth. $25.00

  950. Navajo History. Edited by Ethelou Yazzie. A history of the Navajos from their mythological and prehistoric beginnings to the present, written by and for the Navajo people. Previous owner's bookplate inside front cover. Navajo Curriculum Center, Rough Rock Demonstration School, 1971. Oversize soft cover. $20.00

  951. Navajo Nation Peacemaking: Living Traditional Justice. Edited by Marianne O. Nielsen and James W. Zion. A history of peacemaking on the Navajo Nation, includes an article by Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. University of Arizona Press, 2005. Soft cover. $35.00

  952. Navajo Native Dyes Their Preparation and Use. Recipes formulated by Nonabah G.Bryan, compiled by Stella Young and illustrated by Charles Keetsie Shirley. 1st edition. U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1940. Brownish wraps. $20.00

  953. Navajo Native Dyes Their Preparation and Use. Recipes formulated by Nonabah G.Bryan, compiled by Stella Young and illustrated by Charles Keetsie Shirley. Originally published by U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs in 1940. Filter Press, 1978. Wraps. $5.00

  954. Navajo Stories of the Long Walk Period. Edited by Broderick H. Johnson. Illustrated. The story from the Navajo perspective. Signed presentation copy to Bruce Babbitt. 1st edition. Navajo Community College Press, 1973. Green decorated cloth. $45.00

  955. SOLD Navajo Studies at Navajo Community College. Edited by Ruth Roessel, illustrated by Raymond Johnson and Jason Chee. History of the Navajos, with events illustrated. Navajo Community College Press, 1971. Brown cloth oblong. $25.00

  956. The Navajo Treaty - 1868. The treaty between the United States and the Navajo Tribe with a record of the discussions that led to its signing. Introduction by Martin A. Link. Remains of a paper label on front endsheet. KC Publications, 1968. Blue wraps. $12.00

  957. SOLD Navajoland U.S.A. Map. Full color, illustrated. Large foldout map with colorful illustrations. Navajo Tribal Council. $8.50

  958. SOLD Nelson, Mary Carroll. Maria Martinez: The Story of an American Indian. Young adult biography of this noted potter. Dillon Press, 1980. Pictorial casebound. $15.00

  959. Nequatewa, Edmund. Born a Chief: The Nineteenth Century Hopi Boyhood of Edmund Nequatewa. As to told to Alfred F. Whiting and edited by P. David Seaman. Autobiography of a Hopi Indian. University of Arizona Press, 1993. Red cloth. $29.95

  960. Nequatewa, Edmund. Truth of a Hopi and Other Clan Stories of Shungopovi. Stories relating to the origin, myths, and clan histories of the Hopi. 2d edition, limited to 1500 copies. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin No. 8. Northern Arizona Society of Science and Art. 1947. Dust jacket with wear and tears. $40.00

  961. Nequatewa, Edmund. Truth of a Hopi. Stories relating to the origin, myths, and clan histories of the Hopi. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1967. Soft cover. $17.50

  962. Neumann, David L. Navajo Silversmithing. Contains the history of and black and white photos of the silver jewelry, Museum of New Mexico, 1971. Wraps. $20.00

  963. New Mexico's Magazine's The Indian Arts of New Mexico vol. 1 Booklet filled with information and photographs on pottery, jewelry, rugs and kachinas Reprinted. New Mexico Magazine, 1975. Soft cover oversize. $5.00

  964. New Mexico's Magazine's The Indian Arts of New Mexico vol. 2. Booklet filled with information and photographs on Pueblo Fiesta dances, Navajo weaving and Santo Domingo Jewelry. Reprinted. New Mexico Magazine, 1977. Soft cover oversize. $12.50

  965. SOLD New Perspectives on the Pueblos. Edited by Alfonso Ortiz. Presents a wide range of new ideas and information about the Pueblo Indians. It is an essential volume for anthropolgists and historians interested in the Southwest and Indian cultures. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. School of American Research Book. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1972. Dust jacket. $35.00

  966. Newcomb, Charles. Throw His Saddle Out. Illustrations by Robert Jacobson. An original novel about a young trader and his experiences on the Navajo Indian reservation. Signed by the author. Northland Press, 1970. Dust jacket. $22.50

  967. Newcomb, Franc Johnson. Hosteen Klah: Navaho Medicine Man and Sand Painter. This volume reflects and preserves the flavor and symbolism of a vanishing way of life. Civilization of the American Indian Series vol. 73. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1964. Dust jacket. $60.00

  968. Newcomb, Franc Johnson. Hosteen Klah: Navaho Medicine Man and Sand Painter. This volume reflects and preserves the flavor and symbolism of a vanishing way of life. Civilization of the American Indian Series vol. 73. University of Oklahoma Press, Soft cover, spine faded. $15.00

  969. Newcomb, Franc Johnson. Navaho Folk Tales. Foreword by Paul Zolbrod. Stories of Navajo tales. University of New Mexico Press. Soft cover. $11.95

  970. Newcomb, Franc Johnson. Navaho Neighbors. Recollections of the author's friends and neighbors during the twenty-five years she and her husband operated the Blue Mesa trading post. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1966. Yellow cloth. $37.50

  971. Newcomb, Franc Johnson. Navaho Neighbors. Recollections of the author's friends and neighbors during the twenty-five years she and her husband operated the Blue Mesa trading post. 2d printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1972. Dust jacket. $30.00

  972. Newcomb, Franc Johnson. Navaho Neighbors. Recollections of the author's friends and neighbors during the twenty-five years she and her husband operated the Blue Mesa trading post. 2d printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1972. Soft cover, spine discolored. $10.00

  973. SOLD Newcomb, Franc J. Sandpaintings of the Navajo Shooting Chant. With text by Gladys A. Reichard. Classic ethnology with thirty-five full color plates. Reprint of original edition published in 1937. Dover. Soft cover oversize. $13.95

  974. Newman, Sandra Corrie. Indian Basket Weaving: How to Weave Pomo, Yurok, Pima and Navajo Baskets. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1974. Soft cover. $15.00

  975. Neyland, Charlotte Smith. A Travelers Guide to Southwest Indian Arts & Crafts. Illustrated user friendly guide and map. Southwest Renaissance Travelers. Renaissance House, 1992. Wraps. $6.95

  976. *Nickens, Paul and Kathleen. Native Americans of Arizona: Postcard History Series. Illustrated history of Arizona Indians told through historic postcards. Arcadia Publishing, 2007. Soft cover. $19.95

  977. Nickens, Paul and Kathleen. Pueblo Indians of New Mexico: Postcard History Series. Illustrated history of Pueblo villages told through historic postcards. Arcadia Publishing, 2008. Soft cover. $19.95

  978. Northrop, Stuart A., David L. Nuemann and David H. Snow. Turquoise. Historical and geographical look at turquoise. Museum of New Mexico, 1973. Wraps. $12.50

  979. Northrop, Stuart A. Turquois and Spanish Mines in New Mexico. Traces the early history of mining in New Mexico and documentary accounts of early mines. Includes an extensive bibliography. University of New Mexico Press, 1975. Soft cover. $17.50

  980. Odens, Peter. The Indians and I: Visits with the Dieguenos, Quechans, Fort Mohaves, Zunis, Hopis, Navajos and Piutes. With photographs by the author. Personal stories about the Indians of Arizona and California. Signed by the author. Imperial Printers, 1971. Soft cover. $15.00

  981. O'Donnell, Joan K. comp. Here, Now, and Always: Voices of the First Peoples of the Southwest. Text by members of the Santa Clara, Zuni, Santo Domingo Pueblos, Navajo, Apache tribes. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2001. Soft cover. $24.95

  982. Officer, James E. Indians in School: A study of the development of Educational Facilities for Arizona Indians. Previous owner's name penciled on front cover. Bureau of Ethnic Research. University of Arizona, 1956. Soft cover oversize. $25.00

  983. Ogle, Ralph Hedrick. Federal Control of the Western Apaches 1848-1886. Introduction by Oakah L. Jones, Jr. The full story of how the federal government asserted its authority over the Western Apaches. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1970. Dust Jacket with pieces missing. $50.00 *

  984. O'Kane, Walter Collins. The Hopis: Portrait of a Desert People. Bookplate of Paul Babbitt on inside front cove. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press. Green cloth with gray cloth spine. $40.00 *

  985. 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. 5th printing. University of Oklahoma Press. Dust jacket with minor wear. 1974. $20.00

  986. O'Neill, Colleen. Working the Navajo Way: Labor and Culture in the Twentieth Century. This book challenges the conventional notion that the introduction of market capitalism necessarily led to the destruction of native cultural values. Instead O'Neill shows that contact with new markets provides Navajos with ways to diversity their economic living. University Press of Kansas, 2005. Dust jacket. $29.95

  987. SOLD Oosterman, Gordon. The People: Three Indian Tribes of the Southwest. Study of the Cherokee, Navajo, and Zuni Indians. National Union of Christian Schools, 1973. Soft cover. $7.50

  988. Opler, Morris Edward. An Apache Life-Way: The Economic, Social, & Religious Institutions of the Chiricahua Indians. Introduction by Charles R. Kaut. One of the most important and innovative studies of southwestern Native Americans originally published in 1941 and drawing upon a rich and invaluable body of data gathered by Opler during the 1930s. University of Nebraska Press, 1996. Soft cover. $29.95

  989. Opler, Morris E. Apache Odyssey: A Journey Between Two Worlds. Introeduction by Philip J. Greenfeld. The story of a Mescalero Apache and his life in both native and non-native cultures. Cover illustration by Allan Houser. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $18.95

  990. Opler, Morris Edward. Myths and Tales of the Chiricahua Apache Indians. Introduction by Scott Rushforth. With an Appendix of Apache and Navajo Comparative References. First published in 1942, this classic study is a definitive collection of the Chiricahua myths. University of Nebraska Press, 1994. Soft cover. $10.00

  991. Ortiz, Alfonso. The Tewa World: Space, Time Being & Becoming in a Pueblo Society. A penetrating analysis of the belief systems of the Tewa as they relate to their social institutions. University of Chicago Press. Soft cover. $11.00

  992. Oshley, Navajo. The Journey of Navajo Oshley: An Autobiography and Life History. Edited by Robert S. McPherson. An oral memoir is set on the northern frontier of Navajo land, principally in the San Juan River basin. Utah State University Press, 2000. Soft cover. $26.95

  993. Ostler, James, Marian Rodee and Milford Nahohai. Zuni: A Village of Silversmiths. Illustrated with biographies and photographs of the Zuni artists, showing their work. Zuni A:Shiwi Publishing, 1996. Soft cover, oversize, stamp on bottom edge. $50.00

  994. SOLD Our Voices, Our Land. Edited by Stephen Trimble. Words by the Indian Peoples of the Southwest. Photographs by Stephen Trimble and Harvey Lloyd. Based on an audiovisual show created for the Heard Museum. Signed by the director of the museum. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $35.00

  995. Ove, Robert S. and H. Henrietta Stockel. Geronimo's Kids: A Teacher's Lessons on the Apache Reservation. The story of a young teacher on the Mescalero Apache Reservation. Signed by Stockel. 1st edition. Texas A&M University Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $26.95

  996. SOLD Pabanale, Irving. Standing Flower: The Life of Irving Pabanale, an Arizona Tewa Indian. Edited by Robert A. Black. A unique chronicle of the life oa culture broker who witnessed the great changes that took place in Hopiland during the early and middle years of the twentieth century. University of Utah Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $24.95

  997. Pacific Discovery Vol. 33, No. 3, May-Jun, 1980. Articles in this issue include: Kachina by Mark Bahti, Artist in Two Worlds by Charles Loloma, Photographing the Hopi by Donna A. Longo, Kachinas in Rock Art by Pally Schaafsma, and Piki by Carlotta Connelly. California Academy of Sciences, 1980. Wraps. $4.00

  998. Packard, Gar and Maggy Packard. Southwest 1880 with Ben Wittick Pioneer Photographer of Indian and Frontier Life. Wonderful collections of old Indian photos from the collection in the Museum of New Mexico. Packard, 1970. Soft cover, oversized.. $45.00

  999. Page, Susanne. A Celebration of Being. Foreword by Robert Redford. A tribute to the steadfastness of the Dineh and Hopi tribes. Gorgeous color photos throughout the book. Presentation copy. Special edition. Dust jacket. Northland Publishing, 1989. $20.00

  1000. Page, Susanne. A Celebration of Being. Foreword by Robert Redford. A tribute to the steadfastness of the Dineh and Hopi tribes. Gorgeous color photos throughout the book. 1st edition. Soft cover. Northland Publishing, 1989. $10.00

  1001. SOLD Page, Susanne and Jake. Hopi. Photographs and narrative of this Southwestern Pueblo tribe. Signed by the authors. 1st edition. Harry N. Abrams, 1982. Dust jacket in embossed black cloth slipcase with fading on front. $100.00

  1002. Page, Susanne and Jake. Hopi. Oversized photograph book with 137 full color plates and narrative of this Southwestern Pueblo tribe. Harry N. Abrams, 1982. Dust jacket. $27.50

  1003. Painted Perfection: The Pottery of Dextra Quotskuyva. Exhibition catalog curated by Martha H. Struever and foreword by Evan M. Maurer. Illustrated with examples of the potter's work and biographical sketches. Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian. Soft cover, oversize. $35.00

  1004. Paladin, David Chethlahe. Painting the Dream: The Visionary Art of Navajo Painter David Chethlahe Paladin. Illustrated with descriptive text of his work and beliefs. 1st printing. Park Street Press, 1992. Soft cover, oversize. $24.95

  1005. Papago: The Desert People. Informational booklet on the Papago and their land. Franciscan Missionary Union. Oversize wraps. $17.50

  1006. Papers on Navajo Culture and Life. Compiled by Ruth Roessel. Collection of Select Papers, Prepared by participants in Institute on American Indian Culture with emphasis on Navajo. 1st edition. Navajo Community College Press, 1970. Spiral bound. $15.00

  1007. Pardue, Diana F. with the Heard Museum. Contemporary Southwestern Jewelry. Photography by Craig Smith. Illustrating the work of recent Native American artists, including Charles Loloma, Preston Monogye and others. Color images of the jewelry. 1st edition. Gibbs-Smith, 2007. Dust jacket. $39.95

  1008. Pardue, Diana F. with Norman L. Sandfield. Native American Bolo Ties: Vintage and Contemporary Artistry. Color photographs show the work of individual artists; text explains the various types and artists. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2011. Stuff soft cover, oversize. $29.95

  1009. Pardue, Diana F. Shared Images: The Innovative Jewelry of Yazzie Johnson and Gail Bird. The story of this Native American team which has worked for four decades producing beautiful jewelry. Color photographs of the jewelry. Heard Museum, 2007. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1010. SOLD Parker, Charles Franklin. When the Smoki Dance. Illustrated history of the Prescott organization who reenacted Native dances. Previous owner's name on inside front cover. Prescott Courier, 1946. Illustrated paper boards. $20.00

  1011. Parman, Donald L. The Navajos and the New Deal. Examines the political and personal rivalries that impacted effective cooperation between federal and local agencies and the Navajo during this difficult time. Review copy previously owned by noted Western historian Dr. Robert Trennert, with his pencil notations, markings and additional sheets of notes. 1st printing. Yale University Press, 1976. Dust jacket with wear and small tears. $15.00

  1012. Parsons, Elsie Clews. Isleta Paintings. Introduction and commentary by Parsons. Edited with a foreword by Esther S. Goldfrank. Text and paintings from the Isleta Pueblo. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 181. Smithsonian, 1962. Dust jacket with small tear on back upper corner. $40.00

  1013. Parsons, Elsie Clews. Isleta Paintings. Introduction and commentary by Parsons. Edited with a new foreword by Esther S. Goldfrank. Text and paintings from the Isleta Pueblo. Reprint of BAE Bulletin 181, published in 1962. Smithsonian, 1970. Dust jacket with minor wear. $30.00

  1014. Parsons, Elsie Clews. Pueblo Indian Religion. volume 1. Introduction by Pauline Turner Strong. An indispensable source book on the religious beliefs of the Pueblo Indians of Arizona and New Mexico. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $25.00

  1015. Parsons, Elsie Clews. Pueblo Indian Religion. volume 2. Introduction by Ramon A. Gutierrez. An indispensable source book on the religious beliefs of the Pueblo Indians of Arizona and New Mexico. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $25.00

  1016. Parsons, Elsie Clews. Waiyautitsa of Zuni New Mexico. Reprinted from The Scientific Monthly. Science Press, 1919. Wraps showing wear, stainin and discoloration. $10.00

  1017. Paths of Life: American Indians of the Southwest and Northern Mexico. Edited by Thomas E. Sheridan and Nanc J. Parezo. Living portraits of fifteen Native American groups of Arizona and northern Mexico, including the Navajo, Apache, Yavapai, Yaqui, Yumans. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 1996. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1018. Paths of Life: American Indians of the Southwest and Northern Mexico. Edited by Thomas E. Sheridan and Nanc J. Parezo. Living portraits of fifteen Native American groups of Arizona and northern Mexico, including the Navajo, Apache, Yavapai, Yaqui, Yumans. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 1996. Soft cover. $17.95

  1019. Paul, Doris A. The Navajo Code Talkers. The story of the Navajo Marines who helped fight the war in the Pacific through their own code. Signed by a Navajo Code Talker. Dorrance Publishing Co., 1990. Dust jacket. $65.00

  1020. Paul, Doris A. The Navajo Code Talkers. The story of the Navajo Marines who helped fight the war in the Pacific through their own code. 1st edition. Dorrance and Co., 1973. Dust jacket with minor tear on front. $65.00

  1021. Paul, Doris A. The Navajo Code Talkers. The story of the Navajo Marines who helped fight the war in the Pacific through their own code. 25th Anniversary edition. Dorrance Publishing Co., 1998. Soft cover. $17.00

  1022. Pearlstone, Zena, ed. Katsina: Commodified and Appropriated Images of Hopi Supernaturals. University of California Los Angeles, Fowler Museum. 2001. Dust jacket. $40.00

  1023. Pearlstone, Zena, ed. Katsina: Commodified and Appropriated Images of Hopi Supernaturals. University of California Los Angeles, Fowler Museum. 2001. Soft cover. $25.00

  1024. Peaster, Lillian. Pueblo Pottery Families: Acoma, Chochiti, Hopi, Isleta, Jemez, Laguna, Nambe, Picuris, Pojoaque, San Ildefonso, San Juan, Santa Clara, Santo Domingo, Taos, Tesuque, Zia, Zuni. Discusses 102 families that make beautiful traditional pottery in Arizona and New Mexico. Schiffer, 2003. Soft cover. $19.95

  1025. SOLD People of the Verde Valley. A series of articles about the Verde Valley, including the geology, prehistoric Indians, the Yavapai and Tonto Apache and the Territorial Verde Valley. The later printing includes a suggested readings list. Plateau vol. 53:1. Soft cover, oversize. $12.00

  1026. Perceval, Don. A Navajo Sketch Book. With descriptive text by Clay Lockett. Beautiful illustrations. 1st edtion signed by the artist, Perceval. Northland Press, 1968. Dust jacket. $75.00

  1027. 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. $35.00

  1028. Perlman, Barbara H. Allan Houser. The first major book on the life and work of the dean of Native American sculptors. Signed by Houser. David R. Godine. Dust jacket. $75.00

  1029. Perry, Richard J. Apache Reservation: Indigenous Peoples & the American State. Perry uses the San Carlos Apache Reservation to examine American Indian affairs the reservation issues. 1st edition. University of Texas Press, 1993. Dust jacket. $50.00 Special $25.00

  1030. Peterson, Susan. Lucy M. Lewis: American Indian Potter. Designed by Dana Levy. Biography of this Acoma potter, filled with illustrations of the family and her work. 1st edition. Kodansha International, 1984. Dust jacket. $67.50

  1031. SOLD Peterson, Susan. Lucy M. Lewis: American Indian Potter. Designed by Dana Levy. Biography of this Acoma potter, filled with illustrations of the family and her work. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. Kodansha International, 1992. Soft cover. $39.95

  1032. Peterson, Susan. The Living Tradition of Maria Martinez. Carefully prepared and richly illustrated biography of Maria and her work. Special Southwest Museum edition, limited to 500 copies, no. 392 and signed by Peterson, Santana Martinez, Anita Martinez and Adam Martinez. 1st edition. Kodansha International, 1977. Dust jacket. $200.00

  1033. Peterson, Susan. The Living Tradition of Maria Martinez. With a new introduction by Francis H. Harlow. Carefully prepared and richly illustrated biography of a potter and her work. Kodansha International, 1981. Soft cover with dust jacket, oversize. $35.00

  1034. SOLD Peterson,Susan. Maria Martinez: Five Generations of Potters. Exhibition catalog with photographs. Renwick Gallery of the National Collection of Fine Arts. Smithsonian Institution Press, 1978. Oversize soft cover, black with orange print. $30.00

  1035. Phillips, George Harwood. Chiefs and Challengers: Indian Resistance and Cooperation in Southern California. A fresh interpretation in California history with the story of Native California adaptations to Spanish and American political and economic pressure. 1st edition. University of California Press, 1975. Dust jacket, spine faded with piece missing from spine. $25.00

  1036. Phillips, George Harwood. Indians and Indian Agents: The Origins of the Reservation System in California, 1849-1852. Offers a new interpretation of this period and the relationship between the California Indians and the federal government. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $32.50

  1037. Phone, Wilhelmia, Maureen Olson and Matilda Martinez. Dictionary of Jicarilla Apache: Abaachi Mizaa Itkee' Siijai. Over 400 pages of Apache-to-English and vice versa translation with an introduction, technical notes, and a grammatical sketch of the language. University of New Mexico, 2007. $75.00

  1038. Pogue, Joseph E. The Turquois: A Study of its History, Mineralogy, Geology, Ethnology, Archaeology, Mythology, Folklore, and Technology. Original text is preceded by new matter, including introd., bibliography, and list of turquoise mines. Reprint of the 1915 edition which was issued as v. 12, pt. 2, 2d-3d Memoir of the National Academy of Sciences. Former owner's name of front free end page. Rio Grande Press, 1972. White leatherette. $20.00

  1039. Portago, Andrea. Classic Hopi and Zuni Kachina Figures. Photographs by Andrea Portago and text by Barton Wright. Colorful and black and white photographs of the early kachinas. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $55.00

  1040. SOLD Portrait of a Heritage: A Photographic Study of the Pima and Maricopa Indians from 1870-1970. Lyn Leeburg (editor). Brief yet detailed history accompanies the historical photographs. Valley National Bank. Wraps. $25.00

  1041. The Pottery Jewels of Joseph Lonewolf. 1st ed. Scottsdale: Dandick Co., 1975. Soft cover oversize. $30.00

  1042. Powell, Major John Wesley. The Hopi Villages: The Ancient Province of Tusayan. Reprint. Filter Press, 1972. Soft cover. $7.00

  1043. SOLD Powers, Stephen. Californian Indian Characteristics & Centennial Mission to the Indians of Western Nevada and California. Preface by N. Scott Momaday. Additional essay by Robert F. Heizer, Stephen Powers as Anthropolist. Friends of the Bancroft Library Keepsake No. 23. 1975. Red soft cover. $20.00

  1044. Powers, Willow Roberts. Navajo Trading: The End of an Era. Overview of Navajo trading is to the first to examine trading in the last quarter of the twentieth century when changes in cultures led to federal investigations. 1st edition. Presentation copy signed by the author. University of New Mexico Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $32.95

  1045. Preston, Douglas. Talking to the Ground: One Family's Journey On Horseback Across the Sacred Land of the Navajo. The true story of a family's perilous trek into the sacred landscapes described in the Navajo creation story. Simon & Schuster, 1995. Dust jacket. $24.00

  1046. Price, Theresa, et all. A Picture Tour of Old Ganado Mission. Edited by Terence Egan. Illustrated history of the Ganado Mission on the theNavajo Reservation. College of Ganado, 1984. Yellow wraps. $8.00

  1047. Pride, Nigel. Crow Man's People: Three Seasons with the Navajo. 1st edition. Constable, 1982. Dust jacket. $10.00

  1048. Pueblo Indian School's 7th-8th grade pupils of '67-'68. Oo-oonah Art: Taos Indian for "Child". Fifty-seven paintings and drawings by twenty-one Taos Indian children from the seventh and eighth grades. Introduction by Frank Waters. Former owners name inside front cover. Taos Pueblo Governor's Office, 1970. Case bound, oblong. $30.00

  1049. Pueblo Pottery of New Mexico. El Palacio vol. 82: 3. Fall 1976. Museum of New Mexico. $10.00

  1050. Pueblo Treasure From the Silverman Museum. Examples from the Denver Public Library, Western History, Genealogy of the Pueblo arts and crafts, including photography. CD in the pocket at the back. Denver Public Library, 2005. Soft cover, oversize. $20.00

  1051. SOLD Purdy, Carl. Pomo Indian Baskets and Their Makers. Illustrated with black and white photos. Soft Cover. Mendocino County Historical Society. $20.00

  1052. Qoyawayma, Polingaysi (Elizabeth White). No Turning Back. A true account of a Hopi Indian girl's struggle to bridge the gap between the world of her people and the world of the white man - as told to Vada F. Carlson. 1st edition, third impression. University of New Mexico Press, 1964. Dust jacket. $17.50

  1053. Qoyawayma, Polingaysi (Elizabeth White). No Turning Back. A true account of a Hopi Indian girl's struggle to bridge the gap between the world of her people and the world of the white man - as told to Vada F. Carlson. University of New Mexico Press. Soft cover. $16.95 Special $5.00

  1054. Qoyawayma, Elizabeth Polingaysi. The Sun Girl.A True story about Dawamana, the little Hopi Indian maid of Old Oraibi in Arizona and of how she learned to dance the Butterfly Dance at Moencopi. As told by her lifelong friend, Mrs. Elizabeth White. Museum of Northern Arizona Press, 1978. Soft cover. $25.00

  1055. Queen, Laurinda. Southwestern Indian Musical Instruments. History with images of musical instruments. Smoke Signal No. 35. Tucson Corral of the Westerners, Spring 1978. Ovesize wraps. $10.00

  1056. Quinn, Arthur. Hell with the Fire Out: A History of the Modoc War. Vividly portrays the events of late 1869 and the Modoc War, pitting the peace policies of President Grant against General Sherman. Faber and Faber, 1997. Dust jacket. $24.95

  1057. Radbourne, Allan. "The Juh-Geronimo Surrender of 1879." Article in the English Westerners' Society, Brand Book Vol. 21:2, Summer 1983. Blue wraps. $15.00

  1058. *Radbourne, Allan. Mickey Free: Apache Captive, Interpreter, and Indian Scout. With additional research by Joyce L. Jauch. Thoughtful and engaging biography using archival records, printed sources, and Apache oral tradition to tell the story of Mickey Free who played diverse roles in the Apache wars of the 1870s and 1880s. Arizona Historical Society, 2005. Dust jacket. $34.95 *

  1059. Rapoport, Robert N. Changing Navaho Religious Values: A Study of Christian Missions to the Rimrock Navahos. Peabody Museum vol. XLI no. 2. Reports of the Rimrock Project. Stamp on cover and first page, "Center for Advanced Study in the Behavior Sciences Library." Peabody Museum, 1954. Soft cover, showing minor wear. $17.50

  1060. SOLD Ray, Verne F. Primitive Pragmatists: The Modoc Indians of Northern California. An account of the way of life of an Indian tribe as it was remembered by native informants. Incorporating field data collected for the American Ethnological Society. 1st edition. University of Washington Press, 1963. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1061. Rea, Amadeo M. Wings in the Desert: A Folk Ornithology of the Northern Pimas. With bird sketches by various authors. Contains stories and scientific data about the birds. University of Arizona Press, 2007. Dust jacket oversize. $70.00

  1062. Record, Ian W. Big Sycamore Stands Alone: The Western Apaches, Aravaipa, and the Struggle for Place. Articulates the Aravaipai cultural legacy as seen through the eyes of their descendants. Focuses on the Camp Grant massacre in Arizona. University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $39.95

  1063. Reed, Evelyn Dahl. Coyote Tales from the Indian Pueblos. Stories of the Coyote from the New Mexico Indian Pueblos. Sunstone Press, 1988. Soft cover. $6.95

  1064. Reff, Daniel T. Diesease, Depopulation, and Culture Change in Northwestern New Spain, 1518-1764. Drawing upon the observations of Spanish explorers, Jesuit missionaries, and the archaeological record to develop a chronology of disease. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. University of Utah Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1065. Reichard, Gladys A. Dezba: Woman of the Desert. Story of a Navajo woman and her family. Reprint. Rio Grande Press, 1971. White decorated leatherette with map of northeastern Arizona as endsheets. $28.50

  1066. Reichard, Gladys A. Navaho Religion: A Study of Symbolism. DNew introduction by Oliver La Farge. Discusses with rare authority the attitude of the Navaho toward his place in the universe, his obligation to his fellow men and his gods, and his conception of the supernatural. 2nd edition in one volume. 1st printing. Princeton, 1963. Dust jacket with spine slightly faded. $45.00

  1067. SOLD Reichard, Gladys A. Navaho Religion: A Study of Symbolism. Princeton, 1990. Soft cover. $26.95

  1068. Reichard, Gladys A. Navajo Medicine Man: Sandpaintings and Legends of Miguelito. A selection of sandpaintings from collection of John Frederick Huckel (son-in-law of Fred Harvey). Slight discoloration on some pages of the text from the color plates. First edition. Ltd. to 500 copies. 83 pp., plus 25 color plates. N.Y.: J. J. Augustin, 1939. $750.00

  1069. Reichard, Gladys A. Navajo Shepherd and Weaver. Information on the wool, color of yarn, weaving, setting up the loom, patterns and weaves. Previous owner's name on inside front cover. 2nd printing. J. J. Augustin, 1936. Woven cloth binding. $45.00

  1070. Reichard, Gladys A. Navajo Shepherd and Weaver. Reprint. Rio Grande Press, 1968. Red cloth. $25.00

  1071. SOLD Reichard, Gladys A. Spider Woman: A Story of Navajo Weavers and Chanters. Reprint of 1934 edition. Rio Grande Press, 1968. White decorated cloth. $30.00

  1072. Reichard, Gladys A. Weaving a Navajo Blanket. The author spent four summers, 1930-33, living and working among the Navajos, during which time she learned the principles of weaving. Reprint of the original 1936 edition. Dover Publications. Soft cover. $7.95

  1073. Remington, Frederic. On the Apache Indian Reservations and Artists Wanders Among the Cheyennes. Filter Press, 1974. Wraps. $7.00

  1074. Reno, Philip. Navajo Resources and Economic Development. Compact overviewof the Navajo economic history and main issues in modern Navajo economy. University of New Mexico Press, 1983. Soft cover. $8.95

  1075. Rhodes, Robert W. Hopi Wicker Plaques & Baskets. This new and original survey details the beautiful styles and designs of woven plaques and baskets made by Hopi women artists of Third Mesa. Illustrated with color photographs and contains a price guide. Schiffer, 2007. Soft cover oversize. $29.95

  1076. Richardson, Gladwell. Navajo Trader. Foreword by Barry Goldwater, edited by Philip Reed Rulon. A personal account of an Indian trader who spent forty years managing trading posts on the Navajo Reservation. This narrative is set largely in the 1920s and 1930s, capturing the spirit of the frontier in its final days. University of Arizona Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $25.00

  1077. Richardson, Gladwell. Navajo Trader. Foreword by Barry Goldwater, edited by Philip Reed Rulon. A personal account of an Indian trader who spent forty years managing trading posts on the Navajo Reservation. This narrative is set largely in the 1920s and 1930s, capturing the spirit of the frontier in its final days. University of Arizona Press, 1991. Soft cover. $17.50

  1078. Riddle, Jefferson C. The Indian History of the Modoc War. Riddle's parents played a prominent role in the Modoc War of 1873 and he wrote the history to give both sides of the encounter. Pine Cone Publishers, 1973. Dust jacket with minor rubbing. $45.00

  1079. Riddle, Jefferson C. The Indian History of the Modoc War. With a new introduction by Peter Cozzens. Riddle's parents played a prominent role in the Modoc War of 1873 and he wrote the history to give both sides of the encounter. Frontier Classics Series. Stackpole Books, 2004. Soft cover. $19.95

  1080. Rio Grande Textiles: A New Edition of Spanish Textile Tradition of New Mexico and Colorado. Compiled and Edited by Nora Fisher. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1994. Soft cover. $29.95

  1081. A River Apart: The Pottery of Cochiti & Santo Domingo Pueblos. Edited by Valerie K. Verzuh. Drawing on the extensive collections of the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture/Laboratory of Anthropology. Examines the story of Cochiti and Santo Domingo pottery traditions from multiple interpretive viewpoints. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1082. The Road to Mata Ortiz. Exhibition catalog, essay by Bill Faust. Faust Gallery, 2001 $12.50

  1083. SOLD Roberts, David. Once They Moved Like the Wind: Cochise, Geronimo, and the Apache Wars. 1st edition. Simon & Schuster, 1993. Dust Jacket. $40.00

  1084. SOLD Roberts, David. Once They Moved Like the Wind: Cochise, Geronimo, and the Apache Wars. Simon & Schuster, 1994. Soft cover. $14.00

  1085. Roberts, David. The Pueblo Revolt: The Secret Rebellion that Drive the Spaniards Out of the Southwest. In the summer of 1680, the Puebloans revolted against the Spanish - now, more than three centuries later, crucial questions about the revent remain unaswered. Roberts set out to answer these questions and to bring this remarkable historical episode to life. 1st edition. Simon & Schuster, 2004. Dust jacket. $25.00

  1086. SOLD Roberts, Helen H. Basketry of the San Carlos Apache Indians. Reprint of a 1929 paper with illustrations and photographs of Apache baskets. Mark on title page. Rio Grande Press, 1972. cream cloth oversize. $35.00

  1087. SOLD Roberts, Helen H. Basketry of the San Carlos Apache Indians. Reprint of a 1929 paper with illustrations and photographs of Apache baskets. Rio Grande Press, 1972. Soft cover oversize. $22.50

  1088. Roberts, Willow. Stokes Carson: Twentieth-Century Trading on the Navajo Reservation. Biography of a man and his wife who made their living raising sheep and trading with the Navajos. 1st edition. University of New Mexico, 1987. Soft cover. $11.50

  1089. SOLD Robinson, Bert. The Basket Weavers of Arizona. A history of each basket-weaving people with a sketch of its culture and history. Analysis is made of the changes and influence of the white man. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1954. Dust jacket, chipped and worn on top and bottom edges. $200.00

  1090. Robinson, Bert. The Basket Weavers of Arizona. Foreword by H. Thomas Cain. A history of each basket-weaving people with a sketch of its culture and history. Analysis is made of the changes and influence of the white man. University of New Mexico Press, 1991. Soft cover. $25.00

  1091. Robinson, Dorothy F. Navajo Indians Today. The story of the struggle between two ways of life, traditional, tribal beliefs and the pressures of modern ideas. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Naylor Co.,1966. Dust jacket. $20.00

  1092. SOLD Robinson, Sherry. Apache Voices: Their Stories of Survival as Told to Eve Ball. Long before historians fully accepted oral tradition as a source, Eve Ball recorded accounts of Apache elders who survived the military campaigns against them, including the story of Victorio's sister Lozen. University of New Mexico Press. Soft cover. $24.95

  1093. Robinson, Will H. Under Turquoise Skies: Outstanding Features of the Story of America's Southwest from the Days of the Ancient Cliff-Dwellers to Modern Times. 1st edition. Macmillan Co., 1928. Dust jacket with minor wear. $70.00

  1094. Robinson, Will H. Under Turquoise Skies: Outstanding Features of the Story of America's Southwest from the Days of the Ancient Cliff-Dwellers to Modern Times. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. Macmillan Co., 1928. Red cloth. $45.00

  1095. Robinson, Will H., ed. When The Red Gods Made Men: Legends of Superstition Mountain as Told by a Pima Indian Boy, Joe Buckskin. Illustrated by John Porter Leeper. 2nd edition. On verso of title page, "The Dons Publishers 1935-36." Hubbard Printers. Flocked decorated cover, significant rubbing along spine edge. $60.00

  1096. Rocek, Thomas R. Navajo Multi-Household Social Units: Archaeology on Black Mesa, Arizona. A study of the social flexibility of Navajo societies. University of Arizona Press, 1995. Dust jacket. $50.00

  1097. Rodee, Marian E. One Hundred Years of Navajo Rugs. An updated edition of Old Navajo Rugs. Filled with historic images, drawings and color photographs. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1995. Soft cover. $35.00

  1098. Rodee, Marian. Southwestern Weaving. Catalog presents the southwestern textile collectgion of the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1977. Soft cover. $25.00

  1099. SOLD Rodee, Marian. Weaving of the Southwest: From the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, University of New Mexico. With many illustrations, color and black and white, this history presents the different weaving styles of the Pueblo, Navajo, Rio Grande and Northern Mexico Indians of the Southwest. Schiffer, 1987. Dust jacket. $39.95

  1100. Rodee, Marian. Weaving of the Southwest: From the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, University of New Mexico. With many illustrations, color and black and white, this history presents the different weaving styles of the Pueblo, Navajo, Rio Grande and Northern Mexico Indians of the Southwest. Schiffer, 1987. Soft cover. $29.95

  1101. SOLD Rodee, Marian. Weaving of the Southwest: From the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, University of New Mexico. With many illustrations, color and black and white, this history presents the different weaving styles of the Pueblo, Navajo, Rio Grande and Northern Mexico Indians of the Southwest. Revised, 2nd edition. Schiffer, 2003. Soft cover. $29.95

  1102. Rodee, Marian and James Ostler. Zuni Pottery. Illustrated with color and black white photographs that bring the Zuni craft to life, along with information on the artists. Schiffer, 1986. Soft cover. $9.95

  1103. Rodgers, Timothy Robert. In Pursuit of Perfection: The Art of Agnes Martin, Maria Martinez and Florence Pierce. With essays by Marsha C. Bol, Lucy R. Lippard and Rodgers. Biographies and photographs of the artwork. Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, 2004. Soft cover. $19.95

  1104. Rods Bundles & Stitches: A Century of Southern California Indian Basketry. Edited by Raul A. Lopez and Christopher L. Moser. Oversized pictorial from the collections of private individuals and museums. Enclosed is a brochure referring to the 1982 exhibition of 450 Southern California Indian baskets. Wraps. $125.00

  1105. Roediger, Virginia More. Ceremonial Costumes of the Pueblo Indians: their Evolution, Fabrication, and Significance in the Prayer Drama. New introduction by Fred Eggan. Vivid color prints capturethe beauty and drama of the ceremonies. University of California Press, 1991. Dust jacket, oversize. $40.00

  1106. Roediger, Virginia More. Ceremonial Costumes of the Pueblo Indians: their Evolution, Fabrication, and Significance in the Prayer Drama. New introduction by Fred Eggan. Vivid color prints capturethe beauty and drama of the ceremonies. University of California Press, 1991. Soft cover, oversize. $20.00

  1107. Roessel, Robert A., Jr. Dinetah: Navajo History vol. II. Edited by T. L. McCarty. Illustrated history. Produced by the Title IV-B Navajo Materials Development Project. 1st edition. Navajo Curriculum Center, Rough Rock Demonstration School, 1983. Leatherette, oversize. $45.00

  1108. Roessel, Robert A., Jr. Indian Communities in Action. From the Preface, "The purpose of this book is to provide information and description regarding the processes of community development among certain Southwestern Indian tribes." Bureau of Publications, Arizona State University, 1967. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1109. Roessel, Robert A., Jr. Navajo Education, 1948 - 1978: Its Progress and Its Problems (Navajo History, Vol. III, Part A). Discussion of the Navajo school system, illustrated with photographs. Rough Rock Demonstration School, 1979. Green cloth oversize. $25.00

  1110. Roessel, Robert A., Jr. Pictorial History of the Navajo From 1860 to 1910. Another in a continuing series produced by the Rough Rock Demonstration School aimed at instilling knowledge and pride in all Navajos with regard to their history and heritage. Navajo Curriculum Center, 1980. Soft cover. $30.00

  1111. Roessel, Ruth. The Role of Indian Studies in American Education. 1st edition. Navajo Community College Press, 1974. Green wraps. $5.00

  1112. SOLD Roessel, Ruth and Broderick H. Johnson, comps. Navajo Livestock Reduction: A National Disgrace. First-hand accounts told by Navajos involved in the 1930s government action. Navajo Community College Press, 1974. Orange cloth. $27.50

  1113. Rohder, Regis. Padre to the Papagos: Father Bonaventura Oblasser. Biography of the great Franciscan missionary, Father Bonaventura Oblasser, whose mission to the Papagos has become a latter-day legend in the desert Southwest. Oblasser Library, San Xavier Mission, 1982. Soft cover, oblong. $10.00

  1114. SOLD Rold, Robert L. Six Apaches and the Medal of Honor. From Journal of the West, July 1995. $4.50

  1115. Rolt-Wheeler, Francis. The Boy with the U.S. Indians. Chapters on Custer, Wounded Knee, Zuni, Hopi, Navaho, Apache and Pueblo Indians. Illustrated with contemporary photographs. U.S. Service Series. 1st edition. Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co., 1913. Blue decorated cloth with paper label. $30.00

  1116. Roscoe, Will. The Zuni Man-Woman. Focuses on the life of We'wha, perhaps the most famous verdache in American Indian history - a man who preferred women's work and adopted female dress. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1117. Rosenak, Chuck and Jan. Navajo Folk Art.. The only comprehensive source on the whimsical and warm-hearted creations of Navajo Folk Art - but it is also a travel guide, history of the western trading post, and a profile of Navajo customs and culture. 3rd edition. Rio Nuevo, 2008. Soft cover. $18.95

  1118. SOLD Rosenak, Chuck and Jan. The People Speak: Navajo Folk Art. Study of the folk art of the Navajo. 1st edition. Staining on back cloth cover. Northland Publishing, 1994. Dust jacket, oversize. $30.00

  1119. Rosenek, Carl and Joseph Stacey. Skystone and Silver: The Collector's Book of Southwestern Indian Jewelry. One of the early comprehensive books on Southwestern Native jewelry. Contains history and color images of the jewelry. 1st printing. Prentice Hall, 1976. Dust jacket shows minor wear.$40.00

  1120. Ruch, Marcella J. Pablita Velarde: Painting Her People. Beautiful color plates of the artist's work. New Mexico Magazine, 2001. Dust jacket. Oblong. $34.95

  1121. Ruch, Marcella J. Pablita Velarde: Painting Her People. Beautiful color plates of the artist's work. University of New Mexico Press, 2001. Soft cover. $18.95

  1122. SOLD Ruland-Thorne, Kate. The Yavapai: People of the Red Rocks - People of the Sun. A history of Sedona's Native people, illustrated. Thorne Enterprises, 1995. Yellow wraps. $17.50

  1123. SOLD Rushforth, Scott and Steadman Upham. A Hopi Social History: Anthropological Perspectives on Sociocultural Persistence and Change. 1st edition. University of Texas Press, 1992. Dust jacket. $35.00

  1124. Rushforth, Scott and Steadman Upham. A Hopi Social History: Anthropological Perspectives on Sociocultural Persistence and Change. An overview of Hopi history. University of Texas Press, 1992. Soft cover. $30.00

  1125. Rushing, W. Jackson III. Allan Houser: An American Master (Chiricahua Apache, 1914-1994). The first book to review the artist's entire career. Harry N. Abrams, 2004. Dust jacket. $60.00

  1126. Russ Lyon Realty Corporate Collection of Navajo Pictorial Weavings. Text by Tyrone D. Campbell, photography by Steve Regan. Color images of the Navajo rugs. Russ Lyon Realty, 2006. Slick black pictorial wraps. $15.00

  1127. Russell Ferrell Colton, Mary. Hopi Dyes. 1st edition. Book offers a brief history on dyes in the Hopi art world as well as recipes for concocting certain colors using the earths resources. Northland Press, 1965. Wraps. $20.00

  1128. Russell Ferrell Colton, Mary. Hopi Dyes. This reprint includes a foreword by Marsha Gallagher as well as a new cover, a set of color plates, and a list of additional suggested readings. Northland Press, 1965. Wraps. $20.00

  1129. Ryan, J. C. Revolt Along the Rio Grande. A novel of the revolt of the Pueblo Indians against the Spaniards in 1680. 1st edition. Naylor Company, 1964. Dust jacket. $35.00

  1130. Ryan, Marah Ellis. The Flute of the Gods. cccc $200.00

  1131. SOLD Ryan, Marah Ellis. Indian Love Letters. Novel set among the Hopi Indians. Photographic frontispiece by Edward Curstis tipped in; decorated by Ralph Fletcher Seymour. Previous owner's inscription. A. C. McClurg, 1907. Loose hinges. Decorated paper boards and brown cloth spine. $30.00

  1132. 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

  1133. The Sacred Oral Tradition of the Havasupai: As Retold by Elders and Headmen Manakaja and Sinyella 1918-1921. Translated by Tribal members Hark Hanna, Lillie Burro, Jess Chickapanega and West Sinyella; anthropologists, Leslie Spier and Erna Gunther with contributions by Robert Euler and Douglas Schawartz. The stories were never completely published as a whole collection before; in addition there are essays on the cultural prehistory of the Grand Canyon and the cultural life of the Havasupai. University of New Mexico Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $27.95

  1134. Sager, Stan. Four Corners: Where the Holy Spirit Touches Navajo Hearts. Foreword by Rev. Fred W. Yazzie. The story of the Four Corners Native American ministry of the United Methodist Church. Providence House, 2007. Soft cover. $24.95

  1135. SOLD Salmon, Enrique. Eating the Landscape: Amercan Indian Stories of Food, Identity, and Resilience. An illuminating journey through the southwestern United States and northern Mexico, weaving historical and cultural knowledge about Native American foodways. University of Arizona Press, 2012. Soft cover. $17.95

  1136. Salpointe, Archbishop John Baptist. The Indians of Arizona and New Mexico: Nineteenth Century Ethnographic Notes of Archbishop John Baptist Salpointe. Edited and annotated by Patrcia Fogleman Lange, Louis A. Hieb, and Thomas J. Steele, S.J. This volume describes the little-known world of John Baptist Salpointe, successor to Archbishop Lamy and the second Archbishop of Santa Fe, who worked among Indian tribes in both Arizona and New Mexico during the tumultuous final years of the frontier between 1860-1898. Rio Grande Books, 2010. Soft cover. $19.95

  1137. Samuels, David W. Putting a Song on Top of It: Expression and Identity on the San Carlos Apache Reservation. Explores the complex expression of the San Carlos Apache to offer new ways of thinking about cultural identity. Samuels analyzes how people on the reservation make productive use of popular culture. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Soft cover. $24.95

  1138. Samuels, David W. Putting a Song on Top of It: Expression and Identity on the San Carlos Apache Reservation. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Soft cover. $24.95

  1139. Sandner, Donald. Navaho Symbols of Healing. A clinical psychiatrist explores ancient Navajo indian rituals and their application to modern medicine. Healing Arts Press, 1991. Soft cover. $14.95

  1140. Sando, Joe S. The Pueblo Nations: Eight Centuries of Pueblo Indian History. Foreword by Regis Pecos. Study of the Pueblo Indians in New Mexico. Clear Light Publishers, 1992. Dust jacket. $8.00

  1141. SOLD Sandos, James A. and Larry E. Burgess. The Hunt for Willie Boy: Indian-Hating and Popular Culture. Retelling the story of the Paiute-Chemehuevi Indian and the 1909 manhunt. Later made into a movie by Robert Redford. 1st printing. 1994. Dust jacket. $12.50

  1142. Santella, Andrew. The Apache. A True Book, illustrated for young readers on individual tribes of the Southwest. Children's Press, 1998. Soft cover. $6.95

  1143. Santella, Andrew. The Hopi. A True Book. Juvenile book that describes the Navajo way of life, including their traditions, legends, families, and homes. Children's Press, 2002. $6.95

  1144. Santella, Andrew. The Navajo. A True Book. Juvenile book that describes the Hopi way of life, including their villages, farms, families, and reaction to white settlers. Children's Press, 2002. Soft cover. $6.95

  1145. Santiago, Mark. The Jar of Severed Hands: Spanish Deportation of Apache Prisoners of War 1770-1810. A history of the Spanish deportation policy, including vivid descriptions of chain gangs of Apache prisoners bound together for the two month journey and detailing the books title. University of Oklahoma Press, 2011. Dust jacket. $29.95

  1146. Sarris, Greg. Mabel McKay: Weaving the Dream. Biography of this noted Pomo basket weaver. Portraits of American Genius. 1st edition. University of California Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1147. Saunders, Charles Francis. Indians of the Terraced Houses. With numerous illustrations from photographs mainly by C. F. and E. H. Saunders. An account of the authors' time with the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico and Arizona between 1902 - 1910. Originally published in 1912. Rio Grande Press, 1973. cream decorated cloth. $35.00

  1148. Saxton, Dean, Lucille Saxton and Susie Enos. Dictionary: Papago/Pima - English. 2d edition, revised and expanded, edited by R. L. Cherry. University of Arizona Press, 1989. Red cloth. $28.50

  1149. Saxton, Dean, Lucille Saxton and Susie Enos. Dictionary: Tohono O'odham/Pima - English. 2d edition, revised and expanded, edited by R. L. Cherry. University of Arizona Press, 1998. Soft cover. $22.95

  1150. Schaaf, Gregory. Honoring the Weavers: The Dr. Gregory Schaaf Collection. A joint project of Pojoaque Poeh Museum and Southwest Learning Centers. Kiva Publishing, 1996. Wraps. $10.00

  1151. Schaaf, Gregory. Hopi Katsina: 1,600 Artist Biographies c.1840 - present. Assisted by Angie Yan Schaaf. The volume is designed as a standard reference and provides biographical information on 1,623 Hopi Katsina carvers from 1840 to the present. American Indian Art Series: volume 7. Signed by the author. 1st edition. CIAC Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $65.00

  1152. SOLD Schaaf, Gregory. Hopi-Tewa Pottery: 500 Artist Biographies. "American Indian Art Series." CIAC Press, 1998. Dust jacket. $225.00

  1153. Schaaf, Gregory. Hopi-Tewa Pottery: 500 Artist Biographies. "American Indian Art Series." Although book states 1st edition, this is a reprint. CIAC Press [2004]. Dust jacket. $90.00

  1154. SOLD Schaaf, Gregory. Pueblo Indian Pottery: 7500 Artist Biographies: Santa Clara, San Ildefonso, San Juan, Tesuque, Nambe and Pojoaque, c. 1800 - Present. "American Indian Art Series: Volume 2." CIAC Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $55.00

  1155. Schaaf, Gregory. Southern Pueblo Pottery: 2,000 Artist Biographies. American Indian Art Series: Volume 4. Signed by the author. CIAC Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $65.00

  1156. Schellie, Don. Me, Cholay and Co.: Apache Warriors. Based on a historical incident, young readers will be caught up in the excitement of this fictionalized account. Author's presentation copy. 1st edition. Four Winds Press, 1973. Dust jacket, price clipped. $20.00

  1157. Schellie, Don. Vast Domain of Blood: The Story of the Camp Grant Massacre. Foreword by Barry Goldwater. Chronicling the events which took place in and around Tucson, in the early 1870s and the trial of one hundred participants involved. Author's presentation copy. 1st edition. Westernlore Press, 1968. Dust jacket. $55.00

  1158. Schiffer, Nancy N. Contemporary Hopi Kachina Dolls. Beautifully carved and painted wooden kachina dolls represent the many spirits and dancers in Southwest Indian Hopi ceremonies. Learn the identities of 275 kachinas made by important contemporary Hopi artists. Contains all color plates. Schiffer, 2003. Dust jacket. $39.95

  1159. SOLD Schiffer, Nancy. Evolving Designs. Jewelry by Southwest American Indians. Oversized. A wonderful collection of over 450 georgeous images and supporting text, covering bridles, belts, earrings, necklaces, bolos, rugs, etc.. Schiffer, 1990. Dust jacket. $59.95

  1160. SOLD Schiffer, Nancy N. Evolving Southwest Indian Jewelry. 1st edition. Highly informative text joined with over 700 captioned color photographs of jewlery. Schiffer, 2003. Dust jacket. $59.95

  1161. Schiffer, Nancy N. Navajo Weaving Today. Illustrated guide showing the different regional styles with color photographs. Schiffer, 1991. Soft cover, oversize. $12.95 *

  1162. SOLD Schiffer, Nancy N. Turquoise Jewelry. Wide variety of Southwest Indian jewelry presented that features many different colors and types of turquoise. Schiffer, 1990. Soft cover. $24.95

  1163. Schiffer, Nancy N. Turquoise Jewelry. Wide variety of Southwest Indian jewelry presented that features many different colors and types of turquoise. Revised 4th edition. Schiffer, 2008. Soft cover. $9.95

  1164. 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

  1165. book text Schlesier, Karl H. Josanie's War: A Chiricahua Apache Novel. This is the story of the last great Apache war as told through the character of Josanie, Chihuahua’s older brother and the established war captain of his Chokonen band.1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1998. Soft cover. $19.95

  1166. SOLD Schmedding, Joseph. Cowboy and Indian Trader. Introduction by Jack Schaefer. The tales of a cowboy who lived on the Triangle Bar Triangle Ranch at Chaco Canyon and later experiences near Sanders and Keams Canyon trading posts. University of New Mexico Press. Soft cover with minor wear. $20.00

  1167. Schwarz, Maureen Trudelle. Blood and Voice: Navajo Women Ceremonial Practitioners. Through the words of actual practitioners, Schwarz shows how each woman brings her own unique life experience to the role. University of Arizona Press, 2003. Soft cover. $24.95 *

  1168. Schwarz, Maureen Trudelle. "I Choose Life:" Contemporary Medical and Religious Practices in the Navajo World. Using oral interviews with patients, herbalists and ceremonial practitioners, the author looks at how Navajos navigate through the complex world of medicine. University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. Red cloth. $50.00

  1169. Schwatka, Frederick. Among the Apaches. Filter Press, 1974. Wraps. $10.00

  1170. Schweinfurth, Kay Parker. Prayer on Top of the Earth: The Spiritual Universe of the Plains Apaches. Based upon extensive field notes of William E. Bittle, the book contains numerous stories recounted by tribal historians born between 1876 and 1903. The world of Apache bird, animal, and human spirits and even the beloved coyote is told. University Press of Colorado, 2002. Dust jacket. $29.95

  1171. Scott, Jay. Changing Woman: The Life and Art of Helen Hardin. Biography and art of this Santa Clara Pueblo Indian. 1st edtion. Northland Publishing, 1993. Dust jacket.$48.00

  1172. Scott, Jay. Changing Woman: The Life and Art of Helen Hardin. Biography and art of this Santa Clara Pueblo Indian. Northland Publishing, 1993. Soft cover. $15.00

  1173. Scott, Lena Becker. Dawn Boy of the Pueblos. Story about a Zuni boy who learns to support himself in a world that is much different than the one his parents grew up in. Junior Literary Guild, 1935. $20.00

  1174. SOLD Scully, Vincent. Pueblo: Mountain, Village, Dance. This pioneering study explores the Indians' understanding of the natural world. Contains many photographs of the Native Americans and their landscape. Minor wear. Viking Press, 1975. Dust jacket. $50.00

  1175. Seasons of the Kachina. Proceedings of the California State University, Hayward Conferences on the Western Pueblos 1987-1988. Edited by Lowell John Bean. A collection of papers on the Western Pueblo Societies. Hartman Lomawaima wrote the preface and concluding commentary. Ballena Press, 1989. Soft cover. $35.00

  1176. Secakuku, Alph H. Following the Sun and Moon: Hopi Kachina Tradition. In cooperation with the Heard Museum. Presentation copy. Reprint. Northland Publishing. Soft cover. $19.95

  1177. Sei, Toshio. Figural Designs in Zuni Jewelry. Biographies of 65 Zuni jewelers and full color photographs showing examples of their work. Schiffer, 2013. Decorated casebound, oblong. $24.95 *

  1178. Sekaquaptewa, Helen. Me and Mine: The Life Story of Helen Sekaquaptewa. As told to Louise Udall. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1969. Dust jacket. $40.00 *

  1179. Seven Families in Pueblo Pottery. Collection of pottery on exhibit from the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology that traces the developments in style and techniques in pottery making from generation to generation among seven Pueblo families. Chapters on the Chino, Lewis, Nampeyo, Gutierrez, Tafoya, Gonzales and Martinex families from the Acoma, Hopi, Santa Clara, and San Ildefonso tribes. Maxwell Museum of Anthropology. University of New Mexico Press. Soft cover. $15.00

  1180. SOLD Sevillano, Mando, comp. The Hopi Way: Tales From a Vanishing Culture. Line drawings by Mike Castro. Collection of Hopi legends preserved before they disappear. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1986. Soft cover. $9.95

  1181. SOLD Sewell, Brice H. Indian Arts & Crafts To Day of New Mexico - Arizona. Illustrated, showing the types of crafts available. Some writing by previous owner. Indian Arts. Wraps. $8.00

  1182. Seymour, Tryntje Van Ness. When the Rainbow Touches Down. Exhibition catalog, the artists and stories behind the Apache, Navajo, Rio Grande Pueblo and Hopi Paintings in the WIlliam and Leslie Van Ness Denman Collection. Heard Museum, 1988. Oversize soft cover. $50.00

  1183. 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. University of Oklahoma Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $34.95

  1184. Shaul, David Leedom. Hopi Traditional Literature. Describes the main genres of traditional Hopi literature. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Redish cloth. $40.00

  1185. Shared Horizons: Navajo Textiles. Catalogue organized by the WheelWright Museum of the American Indian. Colorful depiction of Navajo rugs. WheelWright Museum of the American Indian, 1981. Wraps. $17.50

  1186. Shaw, Anna Moore. Pima Indian Legends. By a Pima woman who has put in writing stories told to her by her father during her childhood on the Pima Indian Reservation. 1st edition, signed by the author. Indian Education Center, Arizona State University, 1963. Soft cover. $35.00

  1187. Shaw, Anna Moore. A Pima Past. University of Arizona Press, 1974. Soft cover. $17.95

  1188. Sheldon, Charles. The Wilderness of the Southwest: Charles Sheldon's Quest for Desert Bighorn Sheep and Adventures with the Havasupai and Seri Indians. Edited by Neil B. Carmony and David E. Brown. Charles Sheldon devoted most of his life to exploring, studying natural history and fighting to preserve North America's wildlands. This book covers 5 expeditions to Arizona and Sonora, Mexico between 1913 and 1922.  University of Utah Press, 1993. Soft cover. $14.95

  1189. Shepherd, Jeffrey P. We Are An Indian Nation: A History of the Hualapai People. A wide, sweeping, encompassing history of the Hualapai past, how the people have strived to reclaim their identity and culture. University of Arizona Press, 2010. Soft cover. $24.95

  1190. Sherer, Lorraine M. The Clan System of the Fort Mojave Indians. Number 291 of a limited 300 copies. This work examines the Fort Mojave Indian family system, giving specific data concerning family names. Ward Richie Press, 1965. Peach cloth. $100.00

  1191. SOLD *Sheridan, Thomas. Landscapes of Fraud: Mission Tumacacori, the Baca Float, and the Betrayal of the O'Odham. Explores how the penetration of the evolving capitalist world-system created and destroyed communities in the Upper Santa Cruz Valley of Arizona from the late 1600s to the 1970s. University of Arizona Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $35.00

  1192. *Sheridan, Thomas. Landscapes of Fraud: Mission Tumacacori, the Baca Float, and the Betrayal of the O'Odham. Explores how the penetration of the evolving capitalist world-system created and destroyed communities in the Upper Santa Cruz Valley of Arizona from the late 1600s to the 1970s. University of Arizona Press, 2006. Soft cover. $19.95

  1193. Sherry, John W. Land, Wind, and Hard Words: A Story of Navajo Activism. Account of the founding, activities, and evolution of Diné CARE, whose original mission was to protect the Navajo forest from the ravages of industrial logging. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $29.95

  1194. 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

  1195. Silas, Anna. Journey to Hopi Land. The Hopi Cultural Center Museum presents its collection of rare and fascinating artifacts, photographs and contemporary as the Hopi trace their history. Rio Nuevo, 2006. Dust jacket. $14.95

  1196. Silliman, Stephen W. Los Laborers in Colonial California: Native Americans and the Archaeology of Rancho Petaluma. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $39.95

  1197. SOLD Silva, Arthur M. and William C. Cain. California Indian Basketry: An Artistic Overview. Easy to read with charts and beautiful black and white photos of baskets from many different tribes. Soft Cover. Cypress College Fine Arts Gallery, 1976. $30.00

  1198. SOLD Silverberg, Robert. The Old Ones: Indians of the American Southwest. Tells twenty centuries of history with photographs, map, drawings and directory to the historic sites and living pueblos. New York Graphic Society, 1965. Dust jacket with minor wear. $20.00

  1199. Silverberg, Robert. The Pueblo Revolt. Introduction to the Bison Books edition by Marc Simmons. A brief, attention-getting narrative of the history when the peaceable Pueblo Indians rose against the Spanish Empire. University of Nebraska Press, 1994. Soft cover. $19.95 *

  1200. Simpson, Ruth DeEtte. The Hopi Indians. History and culture of the tribe. Southwest Museum Leaflets No. 25. Originally published in 1953. Southwest Museum. White soft cover. $10.00

  1201. Slaney, Deborah C. Wonders of the Weavers: Maravillas de las Tejedores. Nineteenth-Centery Rio Grande Weavings from the Collection of the Albuquerque Museum. Albuquerque Museum, 2005. Dust jacket. $21.95

  1202. Slaney, Deborah C. Wonders of the Weavers: Maravillas de las Tejedores. Nineteenth-Centery Rio Grande Weavings from the Collection of the Albuquerque Museum. Albuquerque Museum, 2005. Soft cover. $16.95

  1203. Slocum, Dale L. Today with the White Mountain Apache. Indian Tribal Series, 1972. Wraps. $10.00

  1204. Smith, Gerald A. and Ruth Dee Simpson. Indian Basket Makers of San Bernadino County. In depth look at the art of basketry. Soft cover. San Bernadino County Museum. $30.00

  1205. Smith, Sandra S. Portraits of Clay: Potters of Mata Ortiz. Introduction by Spencer H. MacCallum. Biographies of the various artists. University of Arizona Press, 1998. Soft cover. $15.00

  1206. Smith, Mrs. White Mountain (Dama Margaret). Hopi Girl. Foreword by Ray Lyman Wilbur, Secretary of the Interior. True story of a Hopi woman who returns to her native culture. Author's signed presentation copy. 1st edition. Stanford University Press, 1931. Yellow cloth with minor wear and fading. $40.00

  1207. SOLD Smith, Mrs. White Mountain. Indian Tribes of the Southwest. 1st edition, author's presentation copy. Stanford University Press, 1953. Dust jacket. $47.50

  1208. Smith-Morris, Carolyn. Diabetes Among the Pima: Stories of Survival. The first in-depth ethnographic volume to delve into the causes, perspectives and conditions that underlie the occurrence of diabetes in the Gila River Indian Community in Arizona. University of Arizona Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1209. Sneve, Virginia Driving Hawk. The Navajos: A First Americans Book. Illustrated by Ronald Himler. Explains about the Navajos for the young readers. Holiday House, 1993. Dust jacket oblong. $9.00

  1210. Snodgrass, Jean. "American Indian Painting," in Southwestern Art vol. II:1. November 1967. Contains article by John Jenkins on Robert Wesley Amick. Wraps. 20.00

  1211. Songs of the Tewa. Translated by Herbert Joseph Spinden. Preface by Alice Marriott. Originally published under the auspices of the Exposition of Indian Tribal Arts, Inc. in 1933. 2nd edition. Sunstone Press, 1993. Soft cover with rubbing. $12.95

  1212. Sonnichsen, C. L., ed. Geronimo and the End of the Apache Wars. A collection of work, including a report of Lt. Gatewood and the first person narration by Samuel Kenoi. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $10.00

  1213. Sonnichsen, C. L. The Mescalero Apaches. Previous owner's name on inside cover. Signed by the author. 2nd edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1973. Dust jacket with minor wear. $35.00

  1214. Sonnichsen, C. L. The Mescalero Apaches. Classic study of this New Mexico group of Apaches. Volume 51 of the Civilization of American Indians. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $19.95

  1215. Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc. The C.G. Wallace Collection of American Indian Art. Public auction catalog, November 14-16, 1975. Illustrated with price list. Soft cover. $30.00

  1216. The South Corner of Time: Hopi Navajo Papago Yaqui Tribal Literature. Edited by Larry Evers, et al. Literature from native and non-natives. Black and white illustrations. Arizona Press, 1980. Soft cover. $20.00

  1217. Southwest Indian Baskets. Special Section, Indian Art Market, Summer 1994. Southwestern Association for Indian Arts. Soft cover. $25.00

  1218. SOLD Sparks, William. The Apache Kid: A Bear Fight and Other True Stories of the Old West. Historical stories told by a long time peace officer of Gila County, line rider on the White Mountain Indian Reservation, and member of the U.S. Cavalry. Previous owner's markings blacked out on front sheets. Skelton Publishing Co., 1926. Red embossed binding with minor wear on edge of spine. $250.00

  1219. Spicer, Edward H. Cycles of Conquest: The Impact of Spain, Mexico, and the United States on the Indians of the Southwest, 1533-1960. University of Arizona Press. Soft cover with minor wear. $26.95

  1220. Spicer, Edward H. People of Pascua. Edited by Kathleen M. Sands and Rosamond Spicer. Sketches thehistory and culture of the Tucson area Yaqui. 1st paperback printing. University of Arizona Press, 2010. Soft cover. $30.00

  1221. SOLD Spicer, Edward H. The Yaquis: A Cultural History. University of Arizona Press, 1980. Soft cover. $35.00

  1222. Spider Woman's Gift: Nineteenth-Century Dine Textiles at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. Edited by Shelby J. Tisdale. Illustrated with color images of woven blankets and baskets and text. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2011. Soft cover, stiff wraps with dust jacket, oversize. $24.95

  1223. SOLD Spier, Leslie. Mohave Culture Items. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin 28. Illustrated Former library copy with markings removed. Northern Arizona Society of Science and Art, 1955. Wraps. $25.00

  1224. SOLD Spier, Leslie. Yuman Tribes of the Gila River. A complete ethnographic picture of material culture, social culture, and history. Reprint of original 1933 edition. Dover, 1978. Soft cover. $15.00

  1225. Spivey, Richard L. The Legacy of Maria Poveka Martinez. Photography by Herbert Lotz. A masterwork and tribute to Maria which includes 200 photographs of Maria's pottery, many heretofore hidden in private collections and museum storage. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $60.00

  1226. Spivey, Richard L. Maria. Spivey traces the development of Maria's pottery over the span of some seventy years of her career, capturing some of the essence of Maria as a person and her work as an art form. Signed by Maria and several members of her family. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1979. Dust jacket. $125.00

  1227. Spivey, Richard L. Maria. Spivey traces the development of Maria's pottery over the span of some seventy years of her career, capturing some of the essence of Maria as a person and her work as an art form. Signed by Spivey. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1979. Dust jacket worn on edges. $75.00

  1228. Spivey, Richard L. Maria. Spivey traces the development of Maria's pottery over the span of some seventy years of her career, capturing some of the essence of Maria as a person and her work as an art form. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1979. Dust jacket worn on edges. $50.00

  1229. SOLD Spivey, Richard L. Maria. Foreword by Dennis Lyon. Spivey traces the development of Maria's pottery over the span of some seventy years of her career, capturing some of the essence of Maria as a person and her work as an art form. It includes mores than 25 new photographs and a chapter that clarifies and expands upon material presented in the original edition. Revised and Expanded edition. Signed by Dennis Lyon. Northland Publishing. Dust jacket. $75.00

  1230. SOLD Spragg-Braude, Stacia. To Walk in Beauty: A Navajo Family's Journey Home. Afterword by N. Scott Momaday. A ten-year project that powerfully documents in photographs and interviews one Navajo family's journey of healing and transformation. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2009. Dust jacket oblong. $45.00

  1231. Steiner, Stan. The Last Horse. With paintings by Beatien Yazz. The story of a young Navajo boy with three names and a horse. 1st edition. Macmillan Company, 1961. Cloth. $12.00

  1232. SOLD Stephen, Alexander M. Hopi Journal of Alexander M. Stephen. 1st edition. Edited by Elsie Clews Parsons. Parts 1 & 2. Columbia University Contributions to Anthropology, vol. XXIII [pt. 1-2]. Classic publication in American Indian studies, document Stephen's three years on First Mesa in 1891-94. Illustrations of ceremonies and rituals, masks, dances and kachinas, and closely examine and illustrated virtually every aspect of Hopi ceremonies. Previous owner's signature on front endsheet. Columbia University Press, 1936. Blue cloth. $2,000.00

  1233. Stevenson, Matilda Coxe. The Zuni Indians and Their Uses of Plants. Pioneering study of the plants used by the Zuni for food and medicine. Originally published in the 30th BAE, 1908-09. Dover reprint. Soft cover. $20.00

  1234. Stirling, Betty. Mission to the Navajo. A glance at Navajo life, past and present, and a picture of Seventh-day Adventist mission activity. Dust jacket has rubbing and several tears, including a large one on the back. Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1961. Dust jacket. $25.00

  1235. Stockel, H. Henrietta and Marian D. Kelley. Drumbeats from Mescalero: Conversations with Apache Elders, Warriors, and Horseholders. In twelve remarkable oral history interviews, the testimonies of three generations of Mescalero, Ciricahua and Lipan Apaches are told, each reflecting on the trials of the past, challenges of the present and future opportunities. 1st edition. Texas A&M University Press, 2011. Dust jacket. $29.95

  1236. Stockel, H. Henrietta. On the Bloody Road to Jesus: Christianity and the Chiricahua Apaches. A study of the rich religious legacy of the Chiricahua Apaches and its inevitable collision with Christianity. Stockel describes the Native American beliefs and ceremonies and recounts the conditions of the Spanish colonial frontier at the moment of the conquest. University of New Mexico Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $29.95

  1237. Stockel, H. Henrietta. Shame and Endurance: The Untold Story of the Chiricahua Apache Prisoners of War. Stockel combed public records to reconstruct the story of the Apaches imprisonment in Arizona and Florida and then to their final location in Alabama. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $35.00

  1238. Stockel, H. Henrietta. Shame and Endurance: The Untold Story of the Chiricahua Apache Prisoners of War. Stockel combed public records to reconstruct the story of the Apaches imprisonment in Arizona and Florida and then to their final location in Alabama. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Soft cover. $19.95

  1239. Stockel, H. Henrietta. Survival of the Spirit: Chiricahua Apaches in Captivity. By harvesting information from diverse and often obscure sources, Stockel describes the arrival of the Chiricahua Apaches in the Southwest, their use of natural medicines, and their reliance on cultural customs and sacred ceremonies to promote healing. 1st edition. University of Nevada Press, 1993. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1240. Stockel, H. Henrietta, Women of the Apache Nation: Voices of Truth. An important study of Chiricahua Apache women. 1st edition. Signed by the author. University of Nevada Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1241. SOLD Stockel, H. Henrietta, Women of the Apache Nation: Voices of Truth. An important study of Chiricahua Apache women. University of Nevada Press, 1991. Soft cover. $19.95

  1242. Stories of Traditional Navajo Life and Culture / by Twenty-two Navajo Men and Women. Edited by Broderick H. Johnson and illustrated by Raymond Johnson and Hoke Denetsosie. Navajo Community College Press, 1977. Green cloth. $22.00

  1243. Swartley, Ron. The Apache Travel Guide : down old Apache trails by way of important historic sites and the events which surrounded them, by way of fascinating museum-held artifacts, memorabilia and interpretations, and by way of the Apache people themselves. Signed by the author. Frontier Image Press, 1998. Oversize soft cover. $19.95

  1244. Swartley, Ron. Indian Country New Mexico. A travel guide to the 25 Apache, Navajo and Pueblo Indian reservations in New Mexico. Frontier Image Press, 1996. Soft cover oversize. $10.95

  1245. Sweeney Cochise Sweeney, Edwin R. Cochise: Chiricahua Apache Chief. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $40.00

  1246. Sweeney Cochise Sweeney, Edwin R. Cochise: Chiricahua Apache Chief. 1st edition. Presentation copy signed by Sweeney. Previous owner's name on inside front cover. University of Oklahoma Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $42.50

  1247. book cover Sweeney, Edwin R. Cochise: Chiricahua Apache Chief. The definitive life story of history's most important Apache chief and an excellent study of the Southwestern Indian wars. Winner of the Southwest Book Award. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $24.95

  1248. SOLD Sweeney, Edwin R. From Cochise to Geronimo: The Chiricahua Apaches 1874-1886. A definitive history of the turbulent period between Cochise's death and Geronimo's surrender, detailing the account of life on and off the reservation for the Chiricahuas. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $50.00

  1249. Sweeney, Edwin R. From Cochise to Geronimo: The Chiricahua Apaches 1874-1886. A definitive history of the turbulent period between Cochise's death and Geronimo's surrender, detailing the account of life on and off the reservation for the Chiricahuas. University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. $24.95

  1250. Sweeney, Edwin R. Mangas Coloradas. Vividly portrays the Apache culture in which Mangas rose to power and the conflict with Americans that led to his brutal death. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1998. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1251. 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. University of Oklahoma Press, 2011. Soft cover. $32.95

  1252. Sweet, Jill D. Dances of the Tewa Pueblo Indians: Expressions of New Life. Beautifully illustrated book explores the history and cultural meaning of the intricate and stunning ceremonial dances of New Mexico's Tewa Pueblo Indian people. 2nd edition. School of American Research, 2004. Soft cover. $19.95

  1253. Szabo, Joyce M., ed. Painters, Patrons, and Identity: Essays in Native American Art to Honor J. J. Brody. Twelve of Brody's former students have contributed to this volume. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $50.00

  1254. Talaswaima, Terrence, trans. The Birds of Hano Village: A Hopi Indian Story. Illustrated by the author. Colorful illustrations add to this folk tale. Hopi Action Program, 1974. Wraps, oblong. $20.00

  1255. Talayesva, Don C. Sun Chief: The Autobiography of a Hopi Indian. Edited by Leo W. Simmons. Story of an individual caught between two cultures. Yale University Press, 1950. Orange cloth, discoloration on inside endsheets. $25.00

  1256. Talayesva, Don C. Sun Chief: The Autobiography of a Hopi Indian. Edited by Leo W. Simmons with a foreword by Robert V. Hine. Story of an individual caught between two cultures. Yale University Press, 1978. Soft cover. $15.95

  1257. Tales from Tiburon: An Anthology of Adventures in Seriland. Edited by Neil B. Carmony and David E. Brown. Different stories about the Seri Indians written over time. Southwest Natural History Association, 1983. Brown cloth with gold decoration of turtle and lettering, brown leather spine. $50.00

  1258. SOLD Tanner, Clara Lee. Apache Indian Baskets. Materials, forms, techniques and designs are all illustrated. University of Arizona Press, 1982. Dust jacket with mended tear on back cover. $50.00

  1259. Tanner, Clara Lee, ed. Arizona Highways Indian Arts and Crafts. Colorful book on the crafts of the Southwest Natives. Arizona Highways, 1976. Dust jacket with tear on front cover, edges worn. $17.50

  1260. Tanner, Clara Lee. Crafts of Arizona Indians. Material that originally appeared in the Arizona Highways July 1960 issue. Photographs by Ray Manley, sketches by De Grazia. Arizona Development Board. Wraps, oversize. $10.00

  1261. SOLD Tanner, Clara Lee. Indian Baskets of the Southwest. Classic treatment by the world authority on Indian crafts, fully illustrated with readable text. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1983. Dust jacket. $50.00

  1262. Tanner, Clara Lee. The James T. Bialac Collection of Southwest Indian Paintings. Shows a selection of the works. Signed by Bialac. Arizona State Museum,1968. Wraps. $20.00

  1263. Tanner, Clara Lee and Richard Kirk. Our Indian Heritage: Arts That Live Today. Young adult reading that gives brief history on Indian art. Color photographs. Follett, 1961. Hard cover. $8.50

  1264. Tanner, Clara Lee. Prehistoric Southwestern Craft Arts. Traces the development of the major craft arts, including basketry, pottery, and textiles, through the millennia of Southwestern prehistory. University of Arizona, 1976. Dust jacket, spine is worn, price clipped. $65.00

  1265. Tanner, Clara Lee. Ray Manley's Hopi Kachinas. Catalogue with beautiful up close photographs of Manley's collection. Ray Manley Photography. Wraps. $10.00

  1266. Tanner, Clara Lee. Ray Manley's Indian Lands. Colorful images of the Southwest, in multiple foreign languages. Previous owner's inscription on front sheet. Tuzigoot National Monument stamp. Soft cover. $8.95

  1267. Tanner, Clara Lee. Ray Manley's Portrait's & Turquoise of Southwest Indians. Colorful photographs illustrate the great faces of Southwestern Indians and a wide variety of jewlery. Oversize. Ray Manley, 1975. Wraps. $10.00

  1268. Tanner, Clara Lee. Southwest Indian Craft Arts. Relates the fascinating details of recent and contemporary craft art of the Southwestern tribes. 1st edition. Signed by Tanner on half-title page. University of Arizona Press, 1968. Dust jacket with minor wear, oversize. $50.00

  1269. Tanner, Clara Lee. Southwest Indian Craft Arts. Relates the fascinating details of recent and contemporary craft art of the Southwestern tribes. University of Arizona Press, 1971. Dust jacket, oversize. $20.00

  1270. Tanner, Clara Lee. Southwest Indian Painting. Tanner traveled the Southwest, attending art exhibitions, ceremonials and interviewing the many Indian artists whose biographies and paintings are described in this comprehensive volume. Signed by the author and by Allan Houser. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press - Arizona Silhouettes, 1957. Dust jacket with minor wear, oversize. $150.00

  1271. Tanner, Clara Lee. Southwest Indian Painting: A Changing Art. Tanner traveled the Southwest, attending art exhibitions, ceremonials and interviewing the many Indian artists whose biographies and paintings are described in this comprehensive volume. 2nd edition. University of Arizona Press, 1973. Dust jacket oversize. $50.00

  1272. Tapahonso, Luci. Blue Horses Rush In: Poems and Stories. This collection follows the cycle of a woman's life and underlines what it means to be Navajo in the late twentieth century. University of Arizona Press, 1997. Soft cover. $12.95

  1273. Taschek, Karen. The Risen Horse. Novel of early reservation life of the Mescalero people in New Mexico and a glimpse at education at Carlishe. Sequel to Horse of Seven Moons. University of New Mexico Press, 2010. Soft cover. $15.95

  1274. Teiwes, Helga. Hopi Basket Weaving: Artistry in Natural Fibers. With photographs by the author and filled with detailed descriptions of the beautiful baskets. University of Arizona Press, 1996. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1275. Teiwes, Helga. Kachina Dolls: The Art of Hopi Carvers. Photographs by the author and historical photographs by Forman Hanna. Guide showing the artists and their work. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1276. Teiwes, Helga. Kachina Dolls: The Art of Hopi Carvers. Photographs by the author and historical photographs by Forman Hanna. Guide showing the artists and their work. University of Arizona Press, 1991. Soft cover. $20.00

  1277. Temple, Lynn. Navajo Escapade. Story of two men's travels through the Navajo country. 1st edition, signed by the author. Discoloration on front endsheet. Vantage Press, 1974. Dust jacket. $17.50

  1278. Tension and Harmony: The Navajo Rug. From Plateau Magazine of the Museum of Northern Arizona. Black and white and color illustrations. 1981. Wraps. $7.50

  1279. Tenth Scottsdale National Indian Arts Exhibition, February 27 - March 7, 1971, Executive House. Front cover of program signed by Robert Draper, Robert Freeman, Pablita Velarde, Chethlahe Paladin, Clara Lee Tanner. Scottsdale National Indian Arts Council, Inc., 1971. Wraps. $50.00

  1280. Terrell, John Upton. Apache Chronicle. Documents the role of the white man in the creation of the myth of the bloodthirsty Apache. Letter "P" on bottom edge. 1st edition. World Publishing, 1972. Dust jacket with minor wear. $30.00

  1281. Terrell, John Upton. The Arrow and the Cross: A History of the American Indian and the Missionaries. Describes the early missionary activities in the Southwest, California and the Northwest. Previous owner's name on frontispiece page. Capra Press, 1979. Dust jacket. $14.95

  1282. Thomas, D. H. The Southwestern Indian Detours. A factual account of an adventure in tourism that reads like fiction - designed by the Fred Harvey Organization to entice transcontinental travelers to linger in the Southwest. Hunter Publishing, 1978. Dust jacket, spine faded. $32.50

  1283. SOLD Thomas, Trudy. Images of Hopi 1904-1939. Brief chapters on the famous photographers who photographed the Hopi, including Curtis, Moon, Cory, Kopta, Mora and Hanna. Plateau: 62:1. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1991. Soft cover oversize. $10.00

  1284. Thompson, Gerald. The Army and the Navajo: The Bosque Redondo Reservation Experiment 1863-1868. Aimed at assimilating the Navajo into Anglo society. Cover rubbed, former owner's name written inside front cover. University of Arizona Press, 1976. Soft cover. $17.50

  1285. SOLD Thompson, Hildegard. The Navajos' long walk for education : a history of Navajo education. Illustrated with photographs and drawings. Navajo Community College Press, 1975. Red cloth. $25.00

  1286. Thompson, Laura. Culture in Crisis: A Study of the Hopi Indians. Introduction by John Collier. With a chapter from the writings of Benjamin Lee Whorf. Study of the Hopi from fifty different social points of view. 1st edition. Harper & Brothers, 1950. Dust jacket with minor wear. $27.50

  1287. SOLD Thompson, Laura and Alice Joseph. The Hopi Way. Documented portrait of the Hopi world outlook, culture and character. Univ. of Chicago Press, 1947. Dust jacket has one large tear on back. $35.00

  1288. Thrapp, Dan L. JUH: An Incredible Indian. The story of an Apache warrior. Southwestern Studies Monograph No. 39. 1st edtion. Texas Western Press, 1973. Wraps, with spine rubbed and minor soiling. $40.00

  1289. SOLD Thrapp, Dan L. JUH: An Incredible Indian. The story of an Apache warrior. Southwestern Studies Monograph No. 39. 2nd edition. Texas Western Press, 1992. Soft cover. $25.00

  1290. Thrapp. Dan L. Victorio and the Mimbres Apaches. Presentation copy signed by the author. Previous owner's name on inside endsheet. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press. 1974. Yellow cloth. $80.00

  1291. Thrapp, Dan L. Victorio and the Mimbres Apaches. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $35.00

  1292. Tiller, Veronica E. Velarde. The Jicarilla Apache Tribe: A History, 1846-1970. The first full-length history of the Jicarillas from the American occupation of the Southwest to the 1970s, emphasizing relations between the fedeal government and the tribe. Robert Trennert's name on front endsheet. 1st printing. University of Nebraska Press, 1983. Dust jacket. $35.00

  1293. Tiller, Veronica E. Velarde. The Jicarilla Apache Tribe: A History, 1846-1970. The first full-length history of the Jicarillas from the American occupation of the Southwest to the 1970s, emphasizing relations between the fedeal government and the tribe. University of Nebraska Press, 1993. Soft cover. $12.95 *

  1294. Tisdale, Shelby J. Fine Indian Jewelry of the Southwest: The Millicent Rogers Museum Collection. Photography by Addison Doty. Photographic collection and history of Navajo and Zuni silver and turquoise jewelry. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $50.00

  1295. Tisdale, Shelby J. Fine Indian Jewelry of the Southwest: The Millicent Rogers Museum Collection. Photography by Addison Doty. Photographic collection and history of Navajo and Zuni silver and turquoise jewelry. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2006. Stiff soft cover, oversize. $34.95

  1296. Titiev, Mischa. The Hopi Indians of Old Oraibi: Change and Continuity. An invaluable study by someone who lived with the Hopis in 1933/34. 1st edition. University of Michigan Press, 1972. Letter written by the author included. Dust jacket. $50.00

  1297. Titiev, Mischa. Old Oraibi: A Study of the Hopi Indians of Third Mesa. Foreword by Richard L. Ford. Reprint of an ethnographic classic first published in 1944. This is a detailed picture of the Hopi religion and the lifeways of the old pueblo. University of New Mexico Press, 1992. Soft cover, oversize, in shrinkwrap. $35.00

  1298. Today with the Apache. Colorful booklet on the White Mountail Apache living on the Fort Apache Reservation. Photographs. Indian Tribal Seris. 1st edition. 1972. Soft cover, oversize. $5.00

  1299. SOLD Tohe, Laura. Code Talker Stories. Photographs by Deborah O'Grady. Laura Tohe, daughter of a Code Talker, interviewed many of the remaining Code Talkers, some of whom have since passed on. Rio Nuevo Publishers, 2012. Soft cover. 14.95

  1300. *Tohe, Laura. Tseyi' Deep in the Rock: Reflections on Canyon de Chelly. Photographs by Stephen E. Strom. A sensitve merging of of words and images that reflect the spirit of this Navajo place. University of Arizona Press, 2005. Soft cover. $15.00

  1301. SOLD Tolley, Sara-Larus. Quest for Tribal Acknowledgment: California's Honey Lake Maidus. Foreword by Greg Sarris. Story of the Maidus located near the Susan River in northeast Califoia and seeking federal recognition. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $29.95

  1302. Tonto Trails: An Arizona Sun Guide, Vol. 31. Norman W. Mead, Publisher and Peggy Joyce, Editor. Includes articles on Apache Baskets and the San Carlos Apache Reservation. Norm's Publishing House, 1984. Wraps. $5.00

  1303. Torres-Nez, John. Beesh Ligaii in Balance: The Besser Collection of Navajo and Pueblo Silverwork.  Descriptive catalog with photographs of the artwork. Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, 2004. Soft cover. $14.95

  1304. Totems to Turquoise: Native North American Jewelry Arts of the Northwest and Southwest. Kari Chalker, general editor. Essays by various authors on Native American arts; filled with color photographs. Harry N. Abrams in association with the American Museum of Natural History, 2004. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1305. Totty, Susan H. The Dedicated Collectors: The David and Barbara Wilshin Collection. Photography by Alan Staats. Illustrated guide to the prehistoric, historic and contemporary works of Native American cultural art and artifacts. Wilrock Management, 2009. Soft cover oversize. $29.95

  1306. Touchette, Charleen, curator and Suzanne Deats. Indian Ndn Art: Contemporary Native American Art. The New Mexico Artist Series. Beautiful color plates highlight the artists' works on canvas, clay, wood, sculpture. Fresco Fine Arts Publications, 2003. Soft cover. $45.00

  1307. Towner, Ronald H. Defending the Dinetah: Pueblitos in the Ancestral Navajo Heartland. A definitive study on dating pueblitos and a thoughtful synthesis of recent research on ancestral Navajo communities in northwestern New Mexico. University of Utah Press, 2003. $35.00

  1308. Trafzer, Clifford Earl. Anglo Expansionists and Navajo Raiders: A Conflict of Interest. Navajo Community College Press, 1978. Wraps. $15.00

  1309. SOLD Trafzer, Clifford E. The Kit Carson Campaign: The Last Great Navajo War. Presents the Navajos’ side of Carson’s notorious campaign against the tribe in the 1860s. University of Oklahoma Press, 1990. Soft cover. $8.50

  1310. Trafzer, Clifford Earl. Navajos and Spaniards. Explores the relationship between the Navajo and Spanish explorers. Navajo Community College Press, 1978. Wraps. $15.00

  1311. SOLD Translating Tradition: Basketry Arts of the San Juan Paiute. An exhibition at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1985-1986. Curated by Susan Brown McGreevy and Andrew Hunter Whiteford. 1985. Soft cover. $20.00

  1312. Traywick, Ben T. The Apache. The story of Arizona's Native American tribe. 1978. Wraps. $17.50

  1313. SOLD Traywick, Ben T. N'de (the people). The story of the Apache Indians, Chiefs, the Apache Kid, Gatewood and Geronimo. Red Marie's, 2003. Casebound. $15.00

  1314. Traywick, Ben T. Tyazalaton (Red Beard): The Story of Thomas Jefferson Jeffords and his friend, Cochise. Filled with photographs and documents. 1st edition. Red Marie's Bookstore, 1987. Wraps. 15.00

  1315. Treaty Between the United States of America and the Navajo Tribe of Indians: With a record of the discussions that led to its signing. Introduction by Martin A. Link. KC Publications, 1968. Blue wraps. $17.50

  1316. Trennert, Robert A., Jr. The Phoenix Indian School: Forced Assimilation in Arizona, 1891-1935. An examination of how the educational policies of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, conceived and announced at the national level, were applied and implemented at the local level. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1988. Dust jacket. $37.50

  1317. Trimble, Stephen. Talking with the Clay: The Art of Pueblo Pottery. Trimble interviewed sixty artisans from the Pueblos, Taos, and Hopi tribe, where they tell of the clay and making the ceramics. Photographs of artists and pots. 1st edition. School of American Research, 1987. Dust jacket. $50.00

  1318. Trimble, Stephen. Talking with the Clay: The Art of Pueblo Pottery. Trimble interviewed sixty artisans from the Pueblos, Taos, and Hopi tribe, where they tell of the clay and making the ceramics. Photographs of artists and pots. School of American Research, 1988. Soft cover. $17.95

  1319. Tryk, Sheila. Santa Fe Indian Market: Showcase of Native American Art. 1st edition. Photography by Mark Nohl. Introduction by Allan Houser. This oversized book illustrates how market has introduced works of painters, jewelers, potters, sculptors, weavers, and other artists long before Columbus arrived. Colorful photos throughout. Previous owner's name inscribed front page. Tierra Publications, 1993. Dust jacket. $35.00

  1320. SOLD Tschopik, Harry, Jr. Navajo Pottery Making: An Inquiry into the Affinities of Navaho Painted Pottery. Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Papers, vol. XVII-No. 1. Reprint. Kraus Reprint., 1974. Wraps. $20.00

  1321. Tucker, Toba Pato. Pueblo Artists: Portraits. Photographs by Tucker with contributions by Alfred L. Bush, Rina Swentzell, and Lonnie Vigil. Expressive portraits honoring Pueblo artists. 1st printing. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1998. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1322. Turcheneske, John Anthony, Jr. The Chiricahua Apache Prisoners of War: Fort Sill 1894-1914. A significant but often forgotten chapter concerning the twenty-seventy year period of capacity endured by the Chiricahuas after Geronimo's final surrender. 1st edition. University Press of Colorado, 1997. Dust jacket. $38.50

  1323. Turnbaugh, William A. and Sarah Peabody Turnbaugh. Indian Baskets. Now with an updated Value Guide. The stunning diversity of all North American Indian and Eskimo basket styles are thoroughly disscussed in this beautiful book. Schiffer, 2004. Soft cover. $29.95

  1324. Turnbaugh, William A. and Sarah Peabody Turnbaugh. Indian Jewelry of the American Southwest. Foreword by Barry M. Goldwater. Detailed photographs and informative captions aid collectors in recognizing and enjoying the distinctive work of the Navajo, Zuni, Hopi and Pueblo artisans. Schiffer, 1988. Soft cover. $15.00

  1325. Turnbaugh, William A. and Sarah Peabody Turnbaugh. Indian Jewelry of the American Southwest. With Value Guide. Foreword by Barry M. Goldwater. Detailed photographs and informative captions aid collectors in recognizing and enjoying the distinctive work of the Navajo, Zuni, Hopi and Pueblo artisans. Schiffer, 2007. Soft cover. $12.95

  1326. SOLD Turquoise. Single issue reprinted from El Palacio with articles written by Stuart A. Northrop, David L. Neumann, and David H. Snow all dealing with various aspects of turquoise. Museum of New Mexico, 1973. Soft cover oversize. $12.50

  1327. Turquoise. Special Collector's Edition. All of the articles in this issue are about turquoise. New Mexico Magazine, February 1995. Volume 73, Number 2. Soft cover. $15.00

  1328. SOLD Turquoise Book and Indian Jewelry Digest. Colorful catalogue of turqouise jewelry along with brief history. Arizona Highways, 1975. Wraps. $20.00

  1329. Tyler, Daniel. The Mythical Pueblo Rights Doctrine: Water Administration in Hispanic New Mexico. Introduction by Iris Engstrand. Chapters on problems with the doctrine, local government and administration. 1st edition. Texas Western Press, 1990. Turquoise cloth. $25.00

  1330. Tyler, Hamilton. Pueblo Birds and Myths. Illustrations by Donald Phillips. University of Oklahoma Press, 1979. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1331. SOLD Tyler, Hamilton A. Pueblo Birds & Myths. Illustrated by Lawrence Ormsby. Provides information about how the Pueblos saw the birds, what they were and how the birds were integrated into community and religious life. 1st softcover edition. Northland, 1991. Stiff soft cover. $25.00

  1332. Tyler, Hamilton A. Pueblo Gods and Myths. Final chapter relates pueblo cosmology to contemporary Western thought. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1964. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1333. Tyler, Hamilton A. Pueblo Gods and Myths. Composite picture of Pueblo gods and lesser supernaturals and their myths. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $19.95

  1334. Underhill, Ruth. Here Come the Navaho!: A History of the Largest Indian Tribe in the United States. Illustrated history of the Navajo and their land. U.S. BIA, 1953. Soft cover with tears to paper on spine. $15.00

  1335. Underhill, Ruth. Indians of Southern California. Edited by Willard W. Beatty. Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1941. Soft cover, ovesize. $15.00

  1336. SOLD Underhill, Ruth M. The Navajos. An absorbing and authoritative account of the Navajos. Remains of bookplate on front endsheet. 2nd printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1958. Dust jacket worn. $32.50

  1337. Underhill, Ruth M. The Navajos. An absorbing and authoritative account of the Navajos. 3rd printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1963. Decorated cloth. $27.50

  1338. Underhill, Ruth. The Northern Paiute Indians of California and Nevada. Illustrated depiction of the Paiute Indian describing who they were, where and how they lived, their art, as well as their political and social issues. Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1951. Soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  1339. SOLD Underhill, Ruth. The Papago and Pima Indians of Arizona. Illustrated with photographs from the BAE and drawings by Velino Herrera. Originally published by the BIA in 1941. Filter press, 1979. Soft cover. $4.95

  1340. Underhill, Ruth. The Papago Indians of Arizona and Their Relatives the Pima. Drawings by Velino Herrera. Social and cultural history of the two tribes. Photographs from the BAE. Sherman Pamphlets # 3. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Haskell Institute. Red wraps. $25.00

  1341. Underhill, Ruth M. Papago Woman. Story of Chona. Waveland Press, 1985. Soft cover. $15.00

  1342. Underhill, Ruth. People of the Crimson Evening. Illustrated by Velino Herrera. Government publication on the life and customs of the Papago or Tohono O'Odham Indians of Arizona. U.S. Indian Service, 1951. Soft cover. $20.00

  1343. Underhill, Ruth. Pueblo Crafts. Illustrated guide to Indian crafts prepared by the federal government. Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1953. Decorated wraps. $10.00

  1344. Underhill, Ruth M. Red Man's Religion: Beliefs and Practices of the Indians North of Mexico. First comprehensive account of the religion of American Indians north of the Rio Grande. Presentation copy signed by Underhill. University of Chicago Press, 1965. Dust jacket, with back flap torn, edges worn. $25.00

  1345. Underhill, Ruth. Workaday Life of the Pueblos. In depth look at the Pueblo Indians, filled with photographs. Indian Life and Customs #4. 2d edition. Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1954. Soft cover. $25.00

  1346. 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

  1347. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. The Navajo Nation: An American Colony. Report. Commission, 1975. Oversize soft cover. $25.00

  1348. 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

  1349. *Utley, Robert M. Geronimo. A fast-paced biography of the most famous North American Indian of all time, with new material to reveal the man behind the legend. Yale University Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1350. SOLD Vanderpot, Rein and Teresita Majewski. The Forgotten Soldiers: Historical and Archaeological Investigations of the Apache Scouts at Fort Huachua, Arizona. Prepared for the Dept. of Army at Fort Huachua. Filled with lots of photographs and diagrams. Statistical Research, 1998. Soft cover. $25.00

  1351. Van Orden, Jay. Geronimo's Surrender: The 1886 C. S. Fly Photographs. 18 photos taken by Fly at Canon de los Embudos in 1886 with captions by Fly and additional text by Van Orden. Museum Monograph No. 8. 3rd printing. Arizona Historical Society, 2001. Mauve wraps with image of Geronimo on the cover. $10.00

  1352. Van Roekel, Gertrude B. Jicarilla Apaches. A history of the tribe from the capture of Geronimo to 1970. 1st edition. Naylor Co., 1971. Dust jacket. $22.50

  1353. Van Valkenburg, Richard. A Short History of the Navajo People. Navajo Service, U.S. Dept. of Interior, 1938. Typewritten manuscript in plastic. $25.00

  1354. SOLD Velarde, Pablita. Old Father: The story teller. Southwest Indian tales with wonderful paintings. Deluxe 1st edition limited to 400 numbered copies - Copy No. Publishers. Dale Stuart King, 1960. Paper design covered slipcase. $100.00

  1355. Velarde, Pablita. Old Father: The Story Teller. Southwest Indian tales with wonderful paintings. Signed by Valarde on biography page at front of book. 1st edition. Dale Stuart King, 1960. Pictorial cloth. $65.00 *

  1356. Velarde, Pablita. Old Father Story Teller. Southwest Indian tales from Santa Clara Pueblo with paintings by Pablita Velarde. Clear Light Publishers, 1989. Dust jacket with minor wear and small tear on front cover, oblong. $20.00 *

  1357. Verplanck, James DeLancey. A Country of Shepherds. 1st ed. Boston: Ruth Hill, Publisher, 1934. Dust Jacket. 63 p. $50.00

  1358. new Verzuh, Valerie K. Woven Identities: Basketry Art of Western North American: Featuring the Collection of the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture. The baskets featured here represent sixty tribal groups working primarily in the period 1870-1930 but with contemporary examples that exemplify the vibrant nature of the art today. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2013. Casebound. $34.95

  1359. SOLD Verzuh, Valerie K. and Antonio R. Chavarria. Painting the Native World: Life, Land, and Animals. Showcases the graceful and innovative work from the Santa Fe Indian School, established in 1932, which helped shape the Native American Fine Art movement. Presents more than fifty works from the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture. 1st edition. Pomegranate, 2009. Dust jacket. $24.95

  1360. Villasenor, David. Indian Sandpainting of the Greater Southwest. Excerpts from Tapestries in Sand (1963). Naturegraph Company, 1993. Yellow wraps. $4.95

  1361. Villasenor, David. Tapestries in Sand: The Spirit of Indian Sandpainting. Illustrated history and social customs of sandpainting with interpretation and paintings by the author. Naturegraph Co., 1966. Soft cover. $8.95

  1362. Vlasich, James A. Pueblo Indian Agriculture. The particular aspect of Pueblo culture that made them unique as a group was that they embraced agriculture as the mainstay of their economy just as it had been for their prehistoric ancestors. University of New Mexico Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $34.95

  1363. Vogt, Evon Z. and Ethel M. Albert, eds. People of Rimrock: A Study of Values in Five Cultures. In 1949, the Laboratory of Social Relations of Harvard University embarked on a comparative study - a comprehensive undertaking to study the Navajo, Zuni, Spanish-American, Mormon and Texan homesteaders. 1st edition. Harvard University Press, 1966. Dust jacket. $25.00

  1364. Vroman, A. C. Dwellers at the Source: Southwestern Indian Photographs of A. C. Vroman, 1895-1904. By William Webb and Robert A. Weinstein. Covers the daily life among the Hopi, Zuni, Navajo and Pueblos of Rio Grande with the wonderful photographs of Vroman. From the A. C. Vroman Collection at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles. Eratta sheet laid in. Grossman Publishers, 1973. Dust jacket with minor wear, oblong. $75.00

  1365. Vroman, A. C. Dwellers at the Source: Southwestern Indian Photographs of A. C. Vroman, 1895-1904. By William Webb and Robert A. Weinstein. Covers the daily life among the Hopi, Zuni, Navajo and Pueblos of Rio Grande with the wonderful photographs of Vroman. From the A. C. Vroman Collection at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles. University of New Mexico Press, 1992. Soft cover. $20.00

  1366. SOLD Vroman, Adam Clark. Photographer of the Southwest: Adam Clark Vroman, 1856-1916. Edited by Ruth I. Mahood with an introduction by Beaumont Newhall. A valuable addition to the history of photography of the southwest and Native Americans. This edition published by Bonanza Books by arrangement with The Ward Richie Press, 1973. Dust jacket, oversize. $35.00

  1367. Vroman, Adam Clark. Photographer of the Southwest: Adam Clark Vroman, 1856-1916. Edited by Ruth I. Mahood with an introduction by Beaumont Newhall. A valuable addition to the history of photography of the southwest and Native Americans. The Ward Richie Press, 1973. Soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  1368. SOLD Wade, Edwin L. and Allan Cooke. Canvas of Clay: Seven Centuries of Hopi Ceramic Art. A celebratory testament to the aesthetic genius and exhilarating inventiveness of many long generations of Hopi potters. El Otro Lado, 2012. Soft cover. $39.95

  1369. Wade, Edwin L. and Lea S. McChesney. Historic Hopi Ceramics: The Thomas V. Keam Collection of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University. Peabody Museum Press, 1981. Blue soft cover. $110.00

  1370. Wadsworth, Beula. Design Motifs of the Pueblo Indians with applications in modern decorative arts. Illustrated guide. 1st edition. Naylor, 1957. Dust jacket, oversize. $35.00

  1371. Wagner, Sallie. Wide Ruins: Memories From a Navajo Trading Post. Foreword by Edward T. Hall. Lively, honest memoir of the author's life on the Navajo Reservation and the impact that traders had. Stamp on bottom edge. University of New Mexico Press, 1997. Soft cover. $30.00

  1372. Wagner, Sallie R. and J. J. Brody and Beatien Yazz. Yazz Navajo Painter. Biography of this Navajo artist filled with examples of his work. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1983. Dust jacket. $150.00

  1373. Walker, George. Miracle in Moccasins: My 40 Years as a Missionary to the Indians of the Southwest. Walker worked among the Indians at the Cook Cristian Training School on the Gila River Indian Reservation among the Pima. Signed by the author. 1st printing. Phoenician Books, 1969. Soft cover. $10.00

  1374. Walker, Willard and Lydia L. Wyckoff, eds. Hopis, Tewas and the American Road. History of the Pueblo tribes and their culture, with numerous photographs and illustrations. Wesleyan University, 1983. Soft cover. $30.00

  1375. Wallace, Susan E. The Land of the Pueblos. From the wife of Gov. Lew Wallace and based on her personal experiences in New Mexico is the history, laws and customs of the Pueblos interspersed with information on the Apaches, Indian pottery, Mexican house building, Indian and Spanish-American legends, and other topics. John B. Alden, 1890. Green cloth. $25.00

  1376. Walters, Winifred Fields. Dineh Badahani (Navajo Stories). Illustrated by Wilson S. Etcitty, Navajo Artist. A booklet of Navajo stories told especially for elementary and junior high school students. Winifred Fields Walters, 1967. Green wraps. $15.00

  1377. Warburg, Aby M. Images from the Region of the Pueblo Indians of North America. Translated with an interpretive essay by Michael P. Steinberg. Contains thirty-nine images from the original lectue. Cornell University Press, 1995. Dust jacket. $45.00 *

  1378. Warren, Nancy Hunter. The Jicarilla Apache: A Portrait. Photographs by Warren with an essay by Veronica E. Velarde Tiller. A wonderful insightful study to the ceremonies and life of this Native American tribe. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1379. Warriors: Navajo Code Talkers. Photographs by Kenji Kawano. Foreword by Carl Gorman. Introduction by Benis M. Frank. Photographs and brief interviews of the WWII heroes. References individual campaigns. Northland, 2006. Soft cover. $19.95

  1380. Washington Matthews: Studies of Navajo Culture, 1880-1894. Edited by Katherine Spencer Halpern and Susan Brown McGreey. University of New Mexico Press, 1997. Cloth. $40.00

  1381. Waters, Frank. Book of the Hopi. Presents the Hopi historical and religious view of life told by the Hopi elders. Drawings and source material recorded by Oswald White Bear Fredericks. Penguin Books. Soft cover. $13.00

  1382. SOLD Waters, Frank. Book of the Hopi. Presents the Hopi historical and religious view of life told by the Hopi elders. Drawings and source material recorded by Oswald White Bear Fredericks. Presentation copy to Paul Weaver, Northland Press publisher, signed by Frank Waters and White Bear. 1st edition. Viking Press, 1963. Dust jacket. $325.00

  1383. Waters, Frank. Book of the Hopi. Drawings and source material recorded by Oswald White Bear Fredericks. Presentation copy signed by White Bear. 1st edition. Viking Press, 1963. Dust jacket has minor wear. $125.00

  1384. Waters, Frank. Masked Gods: Navaho and Pueblo Ceremonialism. After recounting the history of the Navaho and Pueblos, Waters gives an incomparable mytho-religious history from the viewpoint of the Indians. Author's signed presentation copy. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1950. Dust jacket. $200.00

  1385. Waters, Frank. Masked Gods: Navaho and Pueblo Ceremonialism. After recounting the history of the Navaho and Pueblos, Waters gives an incomparable mytho-religious history from the viewpoint of the Indians. 2nd edition. Sage Books. Dust jacket. $35.00

  1386. Waters, Frank. Masked Gods: Navaho and Pueblo Ceremonialism. After recounting the history of the Navaho and Pueblos, Waters gives an incomparable mytho-religious history from the viewpoint of the Indians. Author's signed presentation copy. 2nd edition. Sage Books. Dust jacket. $75.00

  1387. Watkins, Frances. Hopi Toys. Southwest Museum Leaflets No. 19. Reprint. Southwest Museum. Wraps. $10.00

  1388. Watkins, Frances. The Navajo. Southwest Museum Leaflets No. 16. Reprint. Southwest Museum. Wraps. $7.50

  1389. Watt, Eva Tulene, with assistance from Keith H. Basso. Don't Let the Sun Step Over You: A White Mountain Apache Family Life, 1860-1975. The experience of a Western Apache family from the time of the Apache wars to the modern era. Richly illustrated with more than fifty photographs. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Soft cover. $24.95

  1390. SOLD Watt, Robert N. Apache Tactics 1830-86. Illustrated by Adam Hook. This book reveals the skillful tactics of the Apache people as they raided and eluded the much larger and better equipped US government forces. Osprey, 2012. Soft cover. $18.95

  1391. The Way We Lived: California Indian Reminiscences, Stories and Songs. Edited with commentary by Malcom Margolin. Reflects the diversity of the people who once lived in California. Slight peel on cover. Heyday Books, 1981. Soft cover. $10.00

  1392. Weaving is Life: Navajo Weavings from the Edwin L. & Ruth E. Kennedy Southwest Native American Collection. Edited by Jennifer McLerran. Illustrated with text on the Navajo weavers and their culture. Kennedy Museum of Art, Ohio, 2007. Soft cover $10.00

  1393. Webb, Edith Buckland. Indian Life at the Old Missions. Foreword by F. W. Hodge. History of the California Mission Indians. Warren F. Lewis, 1952. Dust jacket with tear mended with tape. $100.00

  1394. Webb, Edith Buckland. Indian Life at the Old Missions. Foreword by F. W. Hodge. Foreword to the reprint edition by Norman Neuerberg. History of the California Mission Indians. University of Nebraska Press, 1982. Dust jacket with wear and pieces missing top edge, oversize. $25.00

  1395. Webb, George. A Pima Remembers. Early life, history, traditions, and customs of Pima Indians. University of Arizona Press, 1959. Hard decorative boards. $30.00

  1396. Webster, Anthony K. Explorations in Navajo Poetry and Poetics. Contemporary Navajo poetry. University of New Mexico Press, 2009. Soft cover. $34.95

  1397. Webster, Laurie, D. Collecting the Weaver's Art: The William Claflin Collection of Southwestern Textiles. Foreword and commentary by Tony Berlant. Webster interprets Claflin's little-known collection within the broader context of Southwestern culture contract and the history of Navajo and Pueblo weaving. Peabody Museum Collections Series. Peabody Museum Press of Harvard University, 2003. Soft cover. $21.95

  1398. SOLD Weisiger, Marsha. Dreaming of Sheep in Navajo Country. Foreword by William Cronon. A fresh interpretation of the history of Navajo pastoralism which examines the factors that led to the poor condition of the range and the events that contributed to the livestock reduction in the 1930s. University of Washington Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $35.00

  1399. Wenger, Tisa. We Have a Religion: The 1920s Pueblo Indian Dance Controversy and American Religious Freedom. A significant contribution to our understanding of legal and political conflicts over religious freedom. University of North Carolina Press, 2009. Soft cover. $22.95

  1400. Werner, Ruth E. Novice in Navajoland. Story of a woman who came to the Navajo Reservation in 1941 and taught for many years at various schools. 1st edition. Southwest Book Service, 1972. Decorated blue cloth. $20.00

  1401. Welch, Frankie. Indian Jewelry: How to Wear, Buy and Treasure America's First Fashion Pieces. EPM Publications, 1973. Cloth cover is slightly soiled. $25.00

  1402. SOLD Western Apache Dictionary. Compiled by the White Mountain Apache Culture Center, Edgar Perry and others. White Mountain Apache Tribe, 1972. Soft cover. $20.00

  1403. SOLD Western Apache - English Dictionary: A Community-Generated Bilingual Dictionary. Edited by Dorthy Bray in collaboration with the White Mountain Apache Tribe. Bilingual Press, 2002. Soft cover. $21.00

  1404. Western Apache Material Culture: The Goodwin and Guenther Collections. Edited by Alan Ferg. With contributions by William B. Kessel, Morris E. Opler, Grenville Goodwin, and Jan Bell. Photographs by Helga Teiwes. Describes in detail two collections of Western Apache artifacts from east-central Arizona. University of Arizona Press, 1996. Soft cover. $29.95

  1405. SOLD Wharfield, H.B. Apache Indian Scouts. Autographed. (1964). Wraps. $50.00

  1406. SOLD Wharfield, H. B. Alchesay: Scout with General Crook. (1969). Decorated wraps with slight discoloration. $75.00

  1407. SOLD Wharfield, H.B. Cooley: Army Scout, Arizona Pioneer, Wayside Host, Apache friend. Autographed. (1966). Wraps. $50.00

  1408. SOLD Wharfield, H.B. 10th Cavalry & Border Fights. Autographed. (1965). Wraps. $50.00.

  1409. SOLD Wheat, Joe Ben. A Burst of Brilliance. Colorful catalogue of Navajo rugs from the Arthur Ross Gallery along with brief description on the history of Navajo rugs. 1st edition. University of Pennsylvania, 1994. Wraps. $35.00

  1410. Wheat, Joe Ben. Blanket Weaving in the Southwest. Edited by Ann Lane Hedlund. Wheat's years of research resulted in a masterful classification scheme for southwestern textiles and a book that establishes an essential baseline for understanding craft production. This book describes the evolution of southwestern textiles from the early historic period to the late nineteenth century, established a revised chronology for their development. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $75.00

  1411. Wheat, Margaret M. Survival Arts of the Primitive Paiutes. A photographic look of the Paiute Indians detailing the culture and the way a people survived, using tools made from bones and sinew from desert stones and from fibers and plants. University of Nevada Press, 1967. Dust jacket worn on edges, oversize. $30.00

  1412. SOLD Whitaker, Kathleen. Southwest Textiles: Weavings of the Navajo and Pueblo. The fascinating story of the history and evolution of Navajo and Pueblo fabric arts. Contains a cd-rom that lists comprehensive charts of the fiber and construction analysis performed on each of the textiles illustrated in the book. University of Washington Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $65.00

  1413. SOLD White, Elizabeth. The Sun Girl. True story about a Hopi Indian maid and how she learned to dance the butterfly dance at Moencopi as told by her lifelong friend, the author. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1978. Wraps. $25.00

  1414. Whiteford, Andrew Hunter. Southwestern Indian Baskets: Their History and Their Makers. A comprehensive history of the oldest southwestern craft that is unique in focusing as much on the people who make the baskets as on the baskets themselves as objects. With a Catalogue of the School of American Research Collection. School of American Research Press, 1996. Soft cover. $21.95

  1415. Whiteley, Peter. Bacavi: Journey to Reed Springs. Foreword by Leigh Jenkins Honheptewa. Details the story of the Hopi people of Third Mesa, the factionalism that led to the Old Oraibi split and the founding of Bacavi. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1988. Soft cover. $14.95

  1416. Whiteley, Peter M. Deliberate Acts: Changing Hopi Culture Through the Oraibi Split. Drawing on oral accounts from Hopi consultants and on contemporary documents, Whiteley here argues that the split was in fact the result of a conspiracy among Hopi politico-religious leaders from both the "Hostile" and "Friendly" factions, a revolution to overturn the allegedly corrupt Oraibi religious order. University of Arizona Press, 1988. Dust jacket. $50.00

  1417. Whiteley, Peter M. Rethinking Hopi Ethnography. 1st edition. Smithsonian Institution Press, 1998. Decorated brown cloth. $80.00

  1418. Whitethorne, Baje. Sunpainters: Eclipse of the Navajo Sun. Childrens book with colorful illustrations by the author. First edition. Northland Publishing, 1994. Autographed. Dust jacket. $20.00

  1419. SOLD Whiting, Alfred F. Ethnobotany of the Hopi. Study of ethnobotany in relation to the Hopi region and their dependancy upon the plants. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1966. Wraps. $17.50

  1420. SOLD Whiting, Alfred F. Havasupai Habitat: A. F. Whiting's Ethnography of a Traditional Indian Culture. Edited by Steven A. Weber and P. David Seaman. Information collected from Whiting's encounters with the Havasupai in the 1940s. University of Arizona Press, 1983. Dust jacket. $35.00

  1421. SOLD Whittle, Kay. Native American Fetishes. Discusses the symbolic meanings associated with the Southwest Indian carvings and their uses. Revised and expanded 2nd edition with updated price guide. Schiffer, 2006. Soft cover. $14.95

  1422. SOLD Whittle, Kay. Native American Fetish Carvings of the Southwest. Discusses the symbolic meanings associated with the Southwest Indian carvings and their uses; with a price guide. Schiffer, 1998. Soft cover. $14.95

  1423. Wilcox, Don. Joe Sunpool. Illustrations by Allan Houser. Story of young people at the Haskell Institute in Kansas, with the hero, Joe Sunpool, a Navajo. Little Brown, 1956. House illustration on the dust jacket, showing wear and tear. $25.00

  1424. patterns exchange Wilkins, Theresa J. Patterns of Exchange: Navajo Weavers and Traders. Traces the relationsFhips between generations of Navajo weavers and traders to show how their partnerships shaped Navajo textiles. Contains photographs of rugs and Native Americans along with the traders. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1425. Willeto, Charlie. Collective Willeto: The Visionary Carvings of a Navajo Artist. Contributions by Shonto Begay, Walter Hopps, Lee Kogan, Greg LaChapelle, and John and Stephanie Smither. Photography by Bruce Hucko. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1426. Willeto, Charlie. Collective Willeto: The Visionary Carvings of a Navajo Artist. Contributions by Shonto Begay, Walter Hopps, Lee Kogan, Greg LaChapelle, and John and Stephanie Smither. Photography by Bruce Hucko. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2002. Soft cover. $15.00

  1427. Williams, Aubrey W. Navajo Political Process. Look at the government of the Navajo. Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology vol. 9. Smithsonian, 1970. Blue cloth, oversize. $20.00

  1428. Willink, Roseann S. and Paul G. Zolbrod. Weaving a World Textiles and the Navajo Way of Seeing. Illuminating study of patterns and symbols found in Navajo textiles. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1997. Soft cover. $29.95

  1429. SOLD Winfrey, Dorman H. & Day, James M. (Edited by) The Indian Papers of Texas and the Southwest 1825-1916 Austin (1995) Reprint New introduction by Michael L Tate. Must have reference set, by Texas State Historical Society, includes original source material. Five Volume Set $95.00

  1430. Winter, Mark. Dances with Wool: Celebrating 100 Years of Woven Images from Southwestern Mythology. An exhibition organized by the historic Toadlena Trading Post for the Fifth Anniversary Celebration, June 15, 2002. Toadlena Trading Post, 2002. Soft cover. $28.00

  1431. Witherspoon, Gary. Language and Art in the Navajo Universe. Foreword by Clifford Geertz. Points the way to an integrated understanding of art, language and culture. University of Michigan Press. Soft cover. $10.00

  1432. Wittenberg, Jonathan B. Navajo Nation 1950: Traditional Life in Photographs. Foreword by Geoffrey I. Brown. In 1950, the author lived among the Navajo and began photographing the people and their lives and landscapes. Beautiful photographs with limited text. 1st edition. Glitterati Inc., 2006. Dust jacket, oversize. $50.00

  1433. Wood, Nancy. Many Winters: Prose and Poetry of the Pueblos. Drawings and paintings by Frank Howell. The words and wisdom of the Pueblo Indians are recorded in this classic volume. Doubleday Book for Young Readers. Delacorte Press. Dust jacket. $10.00

  1434. Wood, Nancy. Many Winters: Prose and Poetry of the Pueblos. Drawings and paintings by Frank Howell. The words and wisdom of the Pueblo Indians are recorded in this classic volume. Doubleday Book for Young Readers. Delacorte Press, 1992. Soft cover. $8.00

  1435. Wood, Nancy. Taos Pueblo. Introduction by Vine Deloria, Jr. Fascinating book is the result of 25 years of getting to know the people, the history and its culture and taking photographs. Alfred A. Knopf, 1989. Dust jacket, oversize. $35.00 Specia $25.00

  1436. Wood, Nancy. Thunderwoman : a mythic novel of the Pueblos. Illustrations by Richard Erdoes. A novel set from creation and prehistoric times to encounters with the Spanish. 1st edition. Dutton, 1999. Dust jacket. $19.95

  1437. Woods, Geraldine. The Navajo. Explores the culture and history of the Navajo for the younger reader. Watts Library, 2002. Soft cover. $8.95

  1438. Woodward, Arthur. Navajo Silver: A Brief History of Navajo Silversmithing. Illustrated. Northland Press. Soft cover, minor wear. $15.00

  1439. Worcester, Donald E. The Apaches: Eagles of the Southwest. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1979. Dust jacket spine slightly faded. $50.00

  1440. SOLD Worcester, Donald E. The Apaches: Eagles of the Southwest. 1st paper back printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1992. Soft cover with minor wear. $15.00

  1441. Wormington, H.M. and Arminta Neal. The Story of Pueblo Pottery. Brief history with black and white illustrations of museum pieces. Denver Museum of Natural History, 1965. Wraps. $15.00

  1442. Worth, Sol and John Adair. Through Navajo Eyes: An Exploration in Film Communication and Anthropology. With a new introduction, afterword, and notes by Richard Chalfen. Originally published in 1972, this pioneering book has become a classic in visual anthropology. University of New Mexico Press, 1997. Soft cover. $24.95

  1443. Wright, Barton. Clowns of the Hopi: Tradition Keepers and Delight Makers. Illustrations by the author and photographs by Jerry Jacka. An essential guide that identifies and illustrates the personages considered to be clowns and explains the purposes of the various clowns. Previous owner's inscription on front inside cover. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1994. Soft cover. $27.50

  1444. Wright, Barton. Hallmarks of the Southwest. Compendium of Native American artisans, listing the craftspeople, their tribe and gives a brief summary of how they learned their craft. Illustrated with their Hallmarks. Revised and expanded 2nd edition. Schiffer, 2000. Dust jacket. $45.00

  1445. Wright, Barton. Hopi Kachinas: The Complete Guide to Collecting Kachina Dolls. Illustrated with color photographs. Northland Press. Soft cover with minor wear. $15.00

  1446. Wright, Barton. Hopi Material Culture: Artifacts Gathered by H. R. Voth in the Fred Harvey Collection. Introduction by Byron Harvey III and an essay on Voth by Fred Eggan. Northland Press, 1979. Soft cover. $90.00

  1447. Wright, Barton. Kachinas: the Barry Goldwater collection at the Heard Museum. Photography by Jerry Jacka, design by Gary Avey. In depth look at these Kachinas. Presentation copy signed by Barry Goldwater. 1st edition. Heard Museum, 1975. Dust jacket with small tears on the edges. $60.00

  1448. Wright, Barton. Patterns and Sources of Zuni Kachinas. Presented by the Harmsen Collection and edited by Bill Harmsen. Introduction by Clara Lee Tanner. Illustrated history of the traditions of the Zuni Indian culture - including color plates of Zuni Kachinas. Harmsen Publishing Co., 1988. Dust jacket with wear on edges. $55.00

  1449. Wright, Barton. Pueblo Shields: From the Fred Harvey Fine Arts Collection. Traces the development of the individual defensive shield from its first appearance in ancient prehistoric petroglyphs through contemporary ceremonial usage. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1976. Dust jacket. $22.50

  1450. Wright, Barton. Pueblo Shields: From the Fred Harvey Fine Arts Collection. Traces the development of the individual defensive shield from its first appearance in ancient prehistoric petroglyphs through contemporary ceremonial usage. Presentation copy to Paul Weaver, publisher of Northland Press signed by the author. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1976. Dust jacket. $60.00

  1451. Wright, Barton and Evelyn Roat. This is a Hopi Kachina. Colorful photographs and brief descriptions of the kachinas. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1962. Soft cover. $5.00

  1452. Wright, Barton. The Unchanging Hopi: An Artist's Interpretation in Scratchboard Drawings and Text. 1st edition. Signed by author. Forward by Bruce Babbitt. A world is revealed that most visitors never know, the Hopi legends of their genesis and emergence from the underworld. Northland Press, 1975. $55.00

  1453. Wright, Barton. The Unchanging Hopi: An Artist's Interpretation in Scratchboard Drawings and Text. Forward by Bruce Babbitt. A world is revealed that most visitors never know, the Hopi legends of their genesis and emergence from the underworld. 2d printing. Northland Press, 1976. Dust jacket, faded on spine. $45.00

  1454. Wright, Margaret Nickelson. Hopi Silver: The History and Hallmarks of Hopi Silversmithing. Revised edition which is the most comprehensive guide available on the Hopi Silversmiths and their hallmarks. Northland Publishing. Soft cover. $14.95

  1455. Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Arizona. The Apache. Arizona State Teachers College at Flagstaff, Bulletin vol. 20 number 1. Material prepared by the Federal Writers' Project during the Great Depression. 1939. Blue wraps. $20.00

  1456. Wyaco, Virgil. A Zuni Life: A Pueblo Indian in Two Worlds. Transcribed and edited by J. A. Jones with a Historical Sketch by Carroll L. Riley. Autobiographical account. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1998. Blue cloth, $35.00

  1457. Wyckoff, Lydia L. Designs and Factions: Politics, Religion and Ceramics on the Hopi Third Mesa. First book written on the ceramics produced at Third Mesa. An Illustrated guide to the pottery designs as well as a look at Hopi life. University of New Mexico Press, 1990. Soft cover, oversize. $20.00

  1458. Wyman, Leland C., ed. and commentator. Beautyway: A Navaho Ceremonial. Texts recorded or translated by Father Berard Haile and Maud Oakes. Sandpaintings recorded by Laura A. Armer, Franc J. Newcomb and Maud Oakes. Section includes the color sandpaintings. Contains supplemental booklet in pocket at back. Bollingen Series LIII. 1st edition. Pantheon Books, 1957. Dust jacket. $200.00

  1459. Wyman, Leland C. Blessingway. With three versions of the myth recorded and translated from the Navajo by Father Berard Haile. Previous owner's name (D. A. Breternitz, noted Arizona archaeologist) on dust jacket, front endsheet and title page. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1975. Dust Jacket. $85.00

  1460. Wyman, Leland C. The Red Antway of the Navajo. Reprint. Santa Fe: Museum of Navajo Ceremonial Art, 1973. Dust Jacket. $65.00

  1461. Wyman, Leland C. Sandpaintings of the Navajo Shootingway and The Walcott Collection. Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology, Number 13. Smithsonian Institution Press, 1970. Blue cloth. $35.00

  1462. Yava, Albert. Big Falling Snow: A Tewa-Hopi Indians Life and Times and the History and Traditions of His People. Edited and annotated by Harold Courlander. The story of the Hopi Indians of Northern Arizona and the Tewas who joined them early in the eighteenth century to help defend the villages. A reflection on the past and present and on the inner tensions of Hopi ceremonial life and social organization. 1st edition. Crown Publishers, 1978. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1463. Yava, Albert. Big Falling Snow: A Tewa-Hopi Indians Life and Times and the History and Traditions of His People. Edited and annotated by Harold Courlander. University of New Mexico Press, 1992. Soft cover. $12.95

  1464. [Yazz, Beatien] Wagner, Sallkie R. and J. J. Brody and Beatien Yazz. Yazz: Navajo Painter. Yazz's life and work are examined. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1983. Dust jacket. $150.00

  1465. Yazzie, Ernest R, comp. and produced. Statistics on Navajo (Diné) education 1993-1994. Lots of interesting numbers. Navajo Division of Education, 1994. Oversize light blue soft cover. $25.00

  1466. Yost, Billie Williams. Diamonds in the Desert: The Family History of Bill and Gertie Williams. Foreword by Bruce Babbitt. A story of three generations and a hundred years of Northern Arizona history. 1st edtion. Signed by the author. Cover rubbed. Silver Spruce Publishing, 1987. Soft cover. $40.00

  1467. You asked about the Navajo! Education, Health, and Economic problems of the Navajo. Questions and answers pamphlet. United States, Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs. 1957. Wraps. $10.00

  1468. Young, Robert W. and William Morgan. Navajo Historical Selections: Selected, edited and translated from the Navajo. Includes chapters on livestock reduction, the blizzard of 1949 and the long range bill. Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1954. Blue wraps. $17.50

  1469. Young, Robert W. The Navajo Yearbook 1951-1961: A Decade of Progress. Report no. viii. All kinds of facts, figures and information about the Navajo, including irrigation projects. Navajo Agency, 1961. Soft cover. $15.00

  1470. SOLD Young, Robert. W. A Political History of the Navajo Tribe. Illustrated history of the people and tribe. Navajo Community College Press, 1978. Red cloth. $30.00

  1471. Youngdahl, Jay. Working on the Railroad, Walking in Beauty: Navajos, Hózhq, and Track Work. A comprehensive narrative of the history of Navajo railroad workers and the rich religious and cultural practices they used to make livable lives for themselves in wage work away from their land. Utah State University Press, 2011. Dust jacket. $32.95

  1472. Zah, Peterson and Peter Iverson. We Will Secure Our Future: Empowering the Navajo Nation. Fascinating look into the life of a man who became a respected visionary and passionate advocate for his people. University of Arizona Press, 2012. Soft cover. $17.95

  1473. Zastrow, Leona M. Southwest American Indians: Resources for the Classroom Teacher. An annotated bibliography containing key ideas and concepts from specific publications concerning Native American culture, education and art. Educational Planning for Indian Communities, 1981. Wraps. $15.00

  1474. SOLD Zolbrod, Paul G. Dine bahane: The Navajo Creation Story. The most complete version of the Navajo creation story since 1897. This new translation attempts to render the power and delicacy of the oral storytelling performance. University of New Mexico Press, 1985. Dust jacket. $35.00

  1475. Zolbrod, Paul G. Dine bahane: The Navajo Creation Story. The most complete version of the Navajo creation story since 1897. This new translation attempts to render the power and delicacy of the oral storytelling performance. University of New Mexico Press. Soft cover. $24.95

  1476. Zuni and the Courts: A Struggle for Sovereign Land Rights. Edited by E. Richard Hart. An overview as well as detailed documentation on the Zuni cases for trust land and aboriginal territory - including Zuni Heaven in Arizona. University Press of Kansas, 1995. Dust jacket. $40.00

  1477. Zuni: The Art and the People. Vol. 1. Brief biographies of the artists and color photographs of their work. Squaw Bell Traders, 1975. Turquoise casebound. $35.00

  1478. Zuni: The Art and the People. Vol. 2. Brief biographies of the artists and color photographs of their work. Squaw Bell Traders, 1976. Turquoise casebound. $35.00

  1479. Zuni: The Art and the People. Vol. 3. Brief biographies of the artists and color photographs of their work. Previous owner's name on inside front cover. Squaw Bell Traders, 1977. Turquoise casebound. $35.00

  1480. SOLD The Zunis: Self-Portrayals. By the Zuni People, translatred by Alvina Quam. Forty-six stories from the great oral literature of the Zuni Indians of New Mexico. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1972. Dust jacket. $30.00

  1481. SOLD The Zunis: Self-Portrayals. By the Zuni People, translatred by Alvina Quam. Forty-six stories from the great oral literature of the Zuni Indians of New Mexico. University of New Mexico Press, 1972. Soft cover. $15.00




Prehistoric Indians, Archaeology, Anthropology, Ethnology

  1. Abandonment of Settlements and Regions: Ethnoarchaeological and Archaeological Approaches. Edited by Catherine M. Cameron and Steve A. Tomka. A systematic effort t develop archaeological correlates of site and regional abandonment. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. Cambridge University Press, 1996. Soft cover, oversize. $35.00

  2. Abbott, David R. Centuries of Decline during the Hohokam Classic Period at Pueblo Grande. A long awaited summary of one of the most important data-recovery projects in Southwest archaeology, synthesizing thousands of pages of data and text. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $47.50

  3. Abbott, David R. Ceramics and Community Organization among the Hohokam. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $40.00

  4. Across a Great Divide: Continuity and Change in Native North American Societies, 1400-1900. Edited by Laura L. Scheiber and Mark D. Mitchell. A collection of essays that examine change in Native socieites from a wide range of fields. American Studies in Archaeology. University of Arizona Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $59.95

  5. SOLD Adams, E. Charles. Homol'ovi: An Ancient Hopi Settlement Cluster. Sometime in the thirteenth century, people from the Hopi Mesas established a cluster of villages to the south along the Little Colorado River. Adams has directed 15 years of research at these sites. University of Arizona Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $50.00

  6. Adams, E. Charles, ed. Homol'ovi III: A Pueblo Hamlet in the Middle Little Colorado River Valley. With contribution by others. Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series No. 193. Arizona State Museum, 2001. Soft cover, oversize. $55.00

  7. Adams, E. Charles and Andrew I. Duff, eds. The Protohistoric Pueblo World, A.D. 1275-1600. A collection of essays by various contributors that describes and interpret this period of southwestern history immediately before and after initial European contact, a span of time during which Pueblo peoples and culture were dramatically transformed. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $50.00

  8. SOLD Adams, Karen R., Susan J. Smith, and Manuel Palacios-Fest. Pollen and Micro-Invertebrates from Modern Earthen Canals and other Fluvial Environmentals along the Middle Gila River, Central: Implications for Archaeological Interpretation. Gila River Indian Community Anthropological Research Papers No. 1. Gila River Indian Community, 2002. Soft cover. $12.95

  9. Adams, William Y. The Road from Frijoles Canyon: Anthropological Adventures on Four Continents. Fascinating autobiography of a man who found his path from Bandelier National Monument to becoming a well-known and respected anthropologist. University of New Mexico Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $45.00

  10. Agenbroad, Larry D. Before the Anasazi: Early Man on the Colorado Plateau. Plateau 61:2, Museum of Northern Arizona, 1990. Soft cover, oversize. $5.00

  11. SOLD Alicia: The History of a Piman Homestead. Edited by Glen E. Rice, Steadman Upham and Linda Nicholas. Arizona Archaeologist No. 16. Study of a cluster of Pima houses south of Phoenix. ASU, 1983. Soft cover, oversize with minor wear. $15.00

  12. Altschul, Jeffrey H. and Helen C. Fairley. Man, Models and Mangement: An Overview of the Archaeology of the Arizona Strip and te Management of its Cultural Resources. Examines the northern Arizona region from pehistoric man to the communities of Mormons. Report prepared for US Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management. Dames & Moore, 1989. Blue soft cover, tear on upper spine. $25.00

  13. Ambler, J. Richard. The Anasazi: Prehistoric People of the Four Corners Region. Photography by Marc Gaede. Colorful, photographic introduction to the Anasazi. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1977. Oversize soft cover. $8.00

  14. American Historical Anthropology: Essays in Honor of Leslie Spier. Edited by Carroll L. Riley and Walter W. Taylor with a preface by W. W. Hill. Contains essays by Euler, Rouse, Spier and others. Southern Illinois University Press, 1967. Dust jacket. $15.00

  15. Among Ancient Ruins: The Legacy of Earl H. Morris. Introduction by Joe Ben Wheat. Edited by Frederick W. Lange and Diana Leonard. Provides a biographical sketch and photographs of Morris's work. Johnson Books, 1985. Soft cover. $9.95

  16. Amsden, Charles Avery. Prehistoric Southwesterners from Basketmaker to Pueblo. Introduction by Dr. Alfred V. Kidder. Reprint. Southwest Museum. Tan, soft cover. $30.00

  17. Anasazi Architecture and American Design. Edited by Baker H. Morrow and V. B. Price. Foreword by Robert C. Heyder. Grew out of a symposium at Mesa Verde. University of New Mexico Press, 1997. White cloth. $70.00

  18. The Anasazi: Why did they leave? : Where did they go? An imformal panel discussion at the Anasazi Heritage Center, Dolores, Colorado, sponsored by the Bureau of Land Management as part of the "Four Corners tribute," June 19, 1990, moderated by Dr. W. James Judge. Southwest Natural and Cultural Heritage Association, 1991. Soft cover. $7.95

  19. The Ancient Mounds in and Around the City of Newark Ohio. Informational brochure with photographs and drawing of the site. Distributed by the Newark Chamber of Commerce. No date, but looks like the 1930s. Wraps. $3.00

  20. Anderson, Douglas and Barbara. Chaco Canyon: Center of a Culture. Text and color photographs. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1981. Wraps. $5.00

  21. Anduze, Richard A., Thomas N. Motsinger, and James M. Potter. Prehistory in West Prescott, Arizona. SWCA Anthropological Research Paper No. 9. SWCA, 2003. Soft cover. $21.95

  22. Animas - LaPlata Project. Written by James M. Potter and Elizabeth M. Perry. 2 volumes. Vol. 1: Cultural Resources Research and Sampling Design; Vol. 2: Cultural Affiliation Study. SWCA Anthropological Research Paper Number 10. SWCA, 2006. Soft cover oversized. 2 vols. $50.00

  23. Animas - LaPlata Project. Written by James M. Potter and Elizabeth M. Perry. Vol. 2: Cultural Affiliation Study. SWCA Anthropological Research Paper Number 10. SWCA, 2006. Soft cover oversize. $35.00

  24. Animas - LaPlata Project. Written by Jason P. Chiupka and James M. Potter. Vol. 3: Blue Mesa Excavations. SWCA Anthropological Research Paper Number 10. SWCA, 2007. Soft cover oversize. $35.00

  25. Animas - LaPlata Project. Written by Dennis Gilpin. Vol. 5: Miners, Railroaders, and Ranchers: Creating Western Rural landscapes in Ridges Basin and Wildcat Canyon, Southwestern Colorado. SWCA Anthropological Research Paper Number 11. SWCA, 2008. Soft cover oversize. $35.00

  26. Animas - LaPlata Project. Written by Jason P. Chuipka. Vol. 12: Ridges Basin Excavations: The Sacred Ridge Site. SWCA Anthropological Research Paper Number 12. SWCA, 2009. Soft cover oversize. $45.00

  27. The Antiquities Act: A Century of American Archaeology, Historic Preservation and Nature Conservation. Edited by David Harmon, Francis P. McManamon and Dwight T. Pitchaithley. A history celebrating 100 years. University of Arizona Press, 2006. Soft cover. $19.95

  28. Applied Anthropology in America. Edited by Elizabeth M. Eddy and William L. Partridge. Addresses the growing need of relevance of anthropological training to contemporary American social conditions. Columbia University Press, 1978. Soft cover. $10.00

  29. Antiquities Section Selected Papers: Vol. II: 4-8. Topics includeWhite River, Northeastern Utah, Bulldozer Dune, Stone Artifacts and Man, Mammoth and Lake Fluctuations in Utah. Department of Development Services, Utah State Historical Society, June 1976. Soft cover, oversize. $15.00

  30. Antiquities Section Selected Papers: Vol. VII: 16. "Fremont Perspectives edited by David Madsen. Division of State History, Utah State Historical Society, 1980. Soft cover, oversize. $15.00

  31. Arch Lake Woman: Physical Anthropolgy and Geoarchaeology. Presents original research on one of the earliest burial sites found in eastern New Meico, yielding the third-oldest known remains in North America. Douglas Owsley and others reexamined the osteology, geology, archaeology and radiocarbon dating of the burial, presenting recent analysis of the skeleton and site. 1st edition. Texas A&M University Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $30.00

  32. Archaeologies of the Pueblo Revolt: Identity, Meaning, and Renewal in the Pueblo World. Edited by Robert W. Preucel. A new perspective on the Pueblo Revolt that builds upon and transcends the limitations of borderlands histories and standard acculturationist narratives. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $49.95

  33. Archaeologies of the Pueblo Revolt: Identity, Meaning, and Renewal in the Pueblo World. Edited by Robert W. Preucel. A new perspective on the Pueblo Revolt that builds upon and transcends the limitations of borderlands histories and standard acculturationist narratives. University of New Mexico Press, 2007. Soft cover oversize. $39.95

  34. The Archaeology of Regional Interaction: Religion, Warfare & Exchange across the American Southwest & Beyond. Edited by Michelle Hegmon. Proceedings of the 1996 Southwest Symposium. Reference source on prehistoric social behavior. 1st paperback edition. University Press of Colorado, 2008. Soft cover. $34.95

  35. Archaeology Without Borders: Contact, Commerce, and Change in the U.S. Southwest and Northwestern Mexico. Edited by Laurie D. Webster and Maxine E. McBrinn. Presents new research by leading U.S. and Mexican scholars and explores the impacts on archaeology of the border. University Press of Colorado, 2008. Dust jacket. $65.00

  36. SOLD The Architecture of Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. Edited by Stephen H. Lekson. Recognized as a World Heritage Site, these magnificent ruins are a among the most compelling ancient monuments. This book focuses on the Chaco Great Houses. Filled with drawings. University of Utah Press, 2009. Soft cover. $29.95

  37. The Architecture of Social Integration in Prehistoric Pueblos. Edited by W. D. Lipe and Michelle Hegmon. Examines the cultural and ceremonial architecture of Western Pueblo, Mesa Verde and Anasazi cultures. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, 1989. Soft cover, oversize. $12.50

  38. Arrhenius, Olof W. Stones Speak and Waters Sing: the Life and Works of Gustaf Nordenskiold. Edited and annotated by Robert and Florence Lister. Biography and work of the man who traveled and explored northeastern Arizona and Mesa Verde. Mesa Verde National Park, 1984. Soft cover, oversize. $12.50

  39. SOLD Ayer, Eleanor. A Guide to Ancient Cultures of the Southwest. Illustrated user friendly guide and map. Southwest Traveler Guidebook. Renaissance House, 2007. Wraps. $6.95

  40. SOLD Babcock, Barbara and Nancy J. Parezo. Daughters of the Desert Women Anthropologists in the Southwest 1880-1980. Biographical sketches and Selected Bibliographies. Arizona State Museum, 1986. Wraps. $10.00

  41. Baldwin, Gordon C. The Ancient Ones: Basketmakers and Cliff Dwellers of the Southwest. Introduction by Dr. Erik K. Reed. 1st edition. Norton, 1963. cream cloth. $15.00

  42. Baldwin, Stuart J. Apacheans Bearing Gifts: Prehispanic Influence on the Pueblo Indians. Arizona Archaeologist No. 29. Arizona Archaeological Society, 1997. Soft cover, oversize. $20.00

  43. Bancroft, Hubert Howe. The Works Volume 1: The Native Races, vol. 1 Wild Tribes. A. L. Bancroft, 1883. Original leather binding, cracked on the hinge. $40.00

  44. Bandelier, A. F. Final Report of Investigations Among the Indians of the Southwestern United States, Carried on Mainly in the Years from 1880 to 1885: Part II. Papers of the Archaeological Institute of America American Series III. John Wilson and Son, University Press, 1892. Brown wraps, very worn and covered with contact paper. Numbering on spine but no library pockets, etc. $125.00

  45. Bandelier, A. F. Final Report of Investigations Among the Indians of the Southwestern United States, Carried on Mainly in the Years from 1880 to 1885. Papers of the Archaeological Institute of America American Series III. Reprint of the 1890 edition. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. AMS, 1976. Brown cloth. $30.00

  46. Bandelier, A. F. Hemenway Southwestern Archaeological Expedition: Contributions to the History of the Southwestern Portion of the United States. Papers of the Archaeological Institute of America American Series V. John Wilson and Son, University Press, 1890. Tan wraps, wear and chipping along edges, large chips missing at head and tail of spine. $150.00

  47. Bandelier, Adolph F. The Southwestern Journals of Adolph F. Bandlier, 1880-1892. 4 volumes. Edited by CharlesH. Lange, Carroll L.Riley, and Elizabeth Lange. Bandelier's day-to-day field notebooks, filled with daily observations, p[roviding a firsthand account of a pioneering anthropoligsts reactions to the Southwest. Contains photographs, maps and drawings by Bandelier. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1966 -1984. Dust jackets. $225.00

  48. Barnett, Franklin. Dictionary of Prehistoric Indian Artifacts of the American Southwest. Illustrated with entries on the various tools and implements. Previous owner's name on half-title page. Northland Press, 1974. Soft cover with wear. $15.00

  49. Barnett, Franklin. Lonesome Valley Ruin in Yavapai County, Arizona. Archaeological report with photographs and drawings of the site. Technical Series No. 13. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1973. Wraps. $25.00

  50. Bartlett, Michael H., Thomas M. Kolaz and David A. Gregory. Archaeology in the City: A Hohokam Village in Phoenix, Arizona. An account of the Las Colinas site reveals much about the nature of archaeological investigations and their importance to society. University of Arizona Press, 1986. Soft cover. $8.50

  51. Basso, Keith H. and Morris E. Opler, eds. Apachean Culture History and Ethnology. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona No. 21. University of Arizona Press, 2003. Soft cover. $26.95

  52. Basso, Keith H. Western Apache Language Culture: Essays in Linguistic Anthropology. Collection of seven essays, showing how language helps define a people. University of Arizona Press, 1990. Gray cloth. $25.00

  53. Basso, Keith H. Western Apache Language Culture: Essays in Linguistic Anthropology. Collection of seven essays, showing how language helps define a people. University of Arizona Press, 1990. Soft cover. $12.50

  54. Baxter, Sylvester. The Southwest in the American Imagination: The Writings of Sylvester Baxter, 1881 - 1889. Edited by Curtis M. Hinsley and David R. Wilcox. 1st volume in the series, Frank Hamilton Cushing and the Hemenway Southwestern Archaeological Expedition: 1886-1889. University of Arizona Press, 1996. Soft cover. $19.95

  55. Baxter, Sylvester. The Southwest in the American Imagination: The Writings of Sylvester Baxter, 1881 - 1889. Edited by Curtis M. Hinsley and David R. Wilcox. 1st volume in the series, Frank Hamilton Cushing and the Hemenway Southwestern Archaeological Expedition: 1886-1889. University of Arizona Press, 1996. Red cloth. $40.00

  56. Beaglehold, Ernest and Pearl. Hopi of the Second Mesa. Chapters on Hopi sorcery, dreams, warfare and death customs. Originally published in the Memoirs of the American Anthropological Association No. 44, 1935. Kraus Reprint, 1976. Blue soft cover. $20.00

  57. Beals, Ralph. Ethnology of the Western Mixe. Natives of Mexico. Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology Vol. 42 No. 1. University of California Press, 1945. Gray soft cover. $15.00

  58. Beals, Ralph L. Preliminary Report on the Ethnography of the Southwest. Study developed during the CWA period to assist in museum exhibits of the National Park Service. Describes the culture and ethnography of the Pueblo Indians. National Park Service, 1935. Beige soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  59. Bernardini, Wesley. Hopi History in Stone: The Tutuveni Petroglyph Site. Details the drawings. Contains a DVD with figures and database from Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series 200. Arizona State Museum, 2009. White soft cover oversize. $24.95

  60. Bernardini, Wesley. Hopi Oral Tradition and the Archaeology of Identity. Discussion on methods and theories used to reconstruct prehistoric identity and the movement of social groups. University of Arizona Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $45.00

  61. Bibliography of Edgar L. Hewett, 1893-1944. Compiled by Leslie V. Murphy, Librarian. School of American Research, 1944. Tanned blue wraps. Small stain at bottom of inside front cover and 2nd page. Chip missing from 1st page. $10.00

  62. Bigando, Robert. Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park Interpretative Guide. Text and photos by Bigando with interpretative trail text by John W. Hohmann. Globe, 1987. Wraps. $10.00

  63. Binford, Sally R. and Lewis R. Binford, ed. New Perspectives in Archeology. An oveview of the new scientific techniques and the new theoretical points that are changing the course of archeological inquiry. Aldine Publishing, 1969. Dust jacket with small tears and wear. $20.00

  64. Bishop, Ronald L. and Frederick W. Lange, eds. The Ceramic Legacy of Anna O. Shepard. Shepard pioneered the early systematic, regionally focused scientific investigations of ceramic analysis. This book evaluates the applications, the results, and integration of Shepard's techniques. 1st edition. University Press of Colorado, 1991. Dust jacket. $49.95

  65. Boas, Franz. The Ethnography of Franz Boas: Letters and Diaries of Franz Boas Written on the Northwest Coast from 1886 to 1931. Compiled and edited by Ronald P. Rohner. Provides a full account of his actions and attitudes toward field research. 1st edition. University of Chicago Press, 1969. Dust jacket. $30.00

  66. Boas, Franz. Kwakiutl Ethnography. Edited and abridged with an introduction by Helen Codere. The final work before Boas' death. University of Chicago Press, 1966. Soft cover. $20.00

  67. Boas, Franz. Primitive Art. A classic to understand the fundamental traits of primative art. Dover, 1955. Soft cover with wear. $8.00

  68. Blackburn, Fred M. and Ray A. Williamson. Cowboys & Cave Dwellers: Basketmaker Archaeology in Utah's Grand Gulch. Describes the attempt by the Wetherill-Grand Gulch Research Project to reconstruct the area's (Mesa Verde's Cliff Palace) lost archaeological history and trace the current whereabouts of looted Anasazi artifacts. School of American Research Press, 1997. Soft cover. $27.95

  69. Bostwick, Todd W. Byron Cummings: Dean of Southwest Archaeology. The first comprehensive examination of Cummings' life, offering readers a greater understanding of his trailblazing work.  University of Arizona Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $55.00

  70. SOLD Bostwick, Todd W. Landscape of the Spirits: Hohokam Rock Art at South Mountain Park. Photographs and Illustrations by Todd W. Bostwick and Peter Korcek. An indispensable book for anyone exploring the South Mountains in Phoenix, Arizona. University of Arizona Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $60.00

  71. Boyd, Carolyn E. Rock Art of the Lower Pecos. Combining the tools of the ethnologist with the aesthetic sensibilities of an artist, Boyd demonstrates that prehistoric art is not beyond explanation. Images from the past contain a vast corpus of data that can enrich our understanding of human life in prehistoric times. 1st edition. Texas A&M University Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $45.00

  72. Bradley, Zorro A. Canyon De Chelly: The Story of Its Ruins and People. National Park Service, 1973. Wraps. $8.00

  73. Bradley, Zorro A. Site Bc236, Chaco Canyon National Monument, New Mexico. National Park Service, Division of Archeology, June 1971. Orange binding with paper cover. $25.00

  74. Brady, Erika. A Spiral Way: How the Phonograph Changed Ethnography. Discusses how Edison's talking machine revolutionized the study of ethnic cultures. 1st printing. University Press of Mississippi, 1999. Soft cover. $20.00

  75. Bremer, J. Michael. Walnut Canyon: Settlement and Land Use. Arizona Archaeologist No. 23. Examination of the site near Flagstaff, Arizona. Arizona Archaeological Society, 1989. Soft cover, oversize. $15.00

  76. Breternitz, David A. A Brief Archaeological Survey of the Lower Gila River, Arizona. Kiva 22: 2-3. 1957. Wraps. $8.00

  77. SOLD Brinkerhoff, Val. Architecture of the Ancient Ones. Photographs by Val Brinkerhoff, text by A. Dudley Gardner. Photographic study of the archaeological treasures of the Anasazi. 1st edition. Gibbs-Smith, 2000. Soft cover oversize. $19.95

  78. SOLD Brody, J. J. Mimbres Painted Pottery. Almost two hundred photographs illustrated the story of prehistoric people who developed an art form startling in its sophistication. 1st edition. School of American Research Press, University of New Mexico Press, 1977. Dust jacket with some wear. $65.00

  79. Brody, J. J. Mimbres Painted Pottery. Revised edition. New and original ideas about Mimbres painting from someone qualified to evaluate and discuss art. School of American Research Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $30.00

  80. SOLD Brody, J. J. Mimbres Painted Pottery. Revised edition. New and original ideas about Mimbres painting from someone qualified to evaluate and discuss art. School of American Research Press, 2004. Soft cover. $27.95

  81. Brody, J. J. Mimbres Pottery: Ancient Art of the American Southwest. Essays by Brody, Catherine J. Scott, Steven A. LeBlanc. Introduction by Ton Berland. Exhibit catalog that gathered the finest pieces from 32 collections and discuses their aesthetic quality, visual impact, iconographic variety and historical importance. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. 1st edition. Hudson Hills Press, 1983. Dust jacket. $65.00

  82. Brody, J. J. Mimbres Pottery: Ancient Art of the American Southwest. Essays by Brody, Catherine J. Scott, Steven A. LeBlanc. Introduction by Ton Berland. Exhibit catalog that gathered the finest pieces from 32 collections and discuses their aesthetic quality, visual impact, iconographic variety and historical importance. 1st edition. Hudson Hills Press, 1983. Soft cover. $25.00

  83. Brose, David S., James A. Brown and David W. Penney. Ancient Art of the American Woodland Indians. Photographs by Dirk Bakker. Catalog of a traveling exhibit, 1985-86, which details the development of the culture, social organization and art. Harry N. Abrams, 1985. Dust jacket. $55.00

  84. Brown, William E., Carla Martin and Erni Escalante. People of the Stone Villages: Life Way of the Ancient Sinagua. With photographs and drawings, the story of these early Native Americans in Arizona is told. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1973. Wraps. $10.00

  85. Burgh, Robert F. and Charles R. Scoggin. The Archaeology of Castle Park Dinosaur National Monument. University of Colorado Studies Series in Anthropology No. 2. University of Colorado Press, 1948. Soft cover. $25.00

  86. Burnt Corn Pueblo: Conflict and Conflagration in the Galieseo Basin A.D. 1250 - 1325. Edited by James E. Snead and Mark W. Allen. University of Arizona Anthropological Papers No. 74. University of Arizona Press, 2011. Soft cover oversize. $19.95

  87. Butzer, Karl W. Archaeology as Human Ecology: Method and theory for a contextual approach. A new introduction to concepts and methods in archaeology. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. Cambridge University Press, 1982. Soft cover. $10.00

  88. Camera, Spade and Pen: An Inside View of Southwestern Archaeology. Marc Gaede, photographer and Marnie Gaede editor. A real-life story of what goes in the world of the archaeologists as told by the people who have devoted their lives to investigating the prehistoric world. University of Arizona Press, 1980. Dust jacket. $30.00

  89. SOLD Cameron, Catherine M. Chaco and After in the Northern San Juan: Excavations at the Bluff Great House. A well-documented case study of the work and relates it to the questions we have about Chaco Canyon. University of Arizona Press, 2009. Dust jacket, oversize. $75.00

  90. Campbell, John Martin. The Great Houses of Chaco. A photographic study of this prehistoric site - covering landscapes and artifacts. University of New Mexico Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $32.50

  91. SOLD Canyon Gardens: The Ancient Pueblo Landscapes of the American Southwest. A sequel to Anasazi Architecture and American Design. It takes a new look at ancient and modern Puebloan gardening and landscape design approaches. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $34.95

  92. Canyon Gardens: The Ancient Pueblo Landscapes of the American Southwest. A sequel to Anasazi Architecture and American Design. It takes a new look at ancient and modern Puebloan gardening and landscape design approaches. University of New Mexico Press, 2008. Soft cover. $22.95

  93. Caraway, Caren. Southwest Indian Designs. Illustrated designs from prehistoric to contemporary Indians, including Mimbres to Apache. Stemmer House. Soft cover oversize. $7.95

  94. Carlson, Roy L. White Mountain Redware: A Pottery Tradition of East-Central Arizona and Western New Mexico. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona No. 19. University of Arizona Press, 2003. Soft cover. $21.95

  95. Carr, Pat. Mimbres Mythology. The stories of a distinctive heritage left on Mimbres pottery bowls. Southwestern Studies Monograph No. 56. Texas Western Press, 1979. Soft cover. $12.50

  96. Carter, Howard. The Tomb of Tutankhamen. Harry Burton's contemporarty photographs and 16 pages of color plates tell the story of the single most important find in Egypt's Valley of the Kings. Excalibur, 1972. Dust jacket. $20.00

  97. Casagrande, Joseph B., ed. In the Company of Man: Twenty Portraits of Anthropological Informants. Includes chapters on a Navajo politician by Kluckhohn, a Crow interpreter by Lowie, a Pueblo G. I. by Adair and a Seminole medicine maker by Sturtevant. Harper Torchbooks, 1960. Soft cover with wear. $3.00

  98. SOLD Casas Grandes and the Ceramic Art of the Ancient Southwest. Richard F. Townsend, editor with essays by Ken Kokrda, Barbara L. Moulard, and Townsend. This lavishly illustrated catalog focuses on the ceramic works of the Casas Grandes region and compares the pieces with other major styles of the Greater Southwest. Art Institute of Chicago, 2005. Dust jacket, oversize. $45.00

  99. Castleton, Kenneth B. Petroglyphs and Pictographs of Utah: Volume One The East and Northeast. Illustrated with photographs, drawings and maps. Utah Museum of Natural History, 1984. Soft cover, oversize. $30.00

  100. Ceram, C. W. Gods, Graves, & Scholars: The Story of Archaeology. Previous owner's inscription on front endsheet. Knopf, 1959. Dust jacket. $8.00

  101. Chaco's Northern Prodigies: Salmon, Aztec, and the Ascendancy of the Middle San Juan Region after AD 1100. Edited by Paul F. Reed. Papers presented at the Salmon Working Conference at Farmington, New Mexico in 2004. Orange cloth. University of Utah Press, 2008. $55.00

  102. Chapman, Kenneth. Kenneth Chapman's Santa Fe: Artists and Archaeologists, 1907-1931: The Memoirs of Kenneth Chapman. Edited, annotated, and introduced by Marit K. Munson. Reveals Chapman's story, an intimate insider's portrait of personalities and events that shaped Santa Fe. School for Advanced Research Press, 2008. Soft cover. $29.95

  103. Childs, Craig. House of Rain: Tracking a Vanished Civilization Across the American Southwest. Drawing on the latest scholarly research as well as a lifetime of exploration in the Southwest, Childs delves into the mystery of the Anasazi and their disappearance at Chaco Canyon. 1st edition. Little, Brown & Co., 2007. Dust jacket. $24.99

  104. Childs, Craig. House of Rain: Tracking a Vanished Civilization Across the American Southwest. Drawing on the latest scholarly research as well as a lifetime of exploration in the Southwest, Childs delves into the mystery of the Anasazi and their disappearance at Chaco Canyon. Little, Brown & Co., 2008. Soft cover. $14.99

  105. The Chimney Rock Archaeological Symposium, October 20-21, 1990. Edited by J. McKim Malville and Gary Matlock. USFS, 1993. Soft cover, oversize. $10.00

  106. Clarke, Eleanor P. Designs on the Prehistoric Pottery of Arizona. University of Arizona Bulletin, Social Science Bulletin No. 9. 1935. Wraps. $35.00

  107. SOLD Clay, Copper & Turquoise: The Museum Collection of Chaco Culture National Historical Park. Illustrated booklet that shows the artifacts from Chaco Canyon. Western National Parks Association, 2004. Soft cover. $7.95

  108. Coasts, Plains and Deserts: essays in Honor of Reynold J. Ruppe. Edited by Sylvia W. Gaines. Topics include Califonia arrows, mining camps in Wyoming, utility of plainware ceramics, Black Mesa, Arizona, Hohokam canal irrigation and Havasupai political structure. Arizona State University, 1987. Soft cover, oversize. $20.00

  109. SOLD Cole, Douglas. Franz Boas: The Early Years, 1858-1906. A personal and intellectual biography that profiles Boas' character while exploring his ambitions, motivations, cultural roots, and personal struggles. Douglas & McIntyre, 1999. Dust jacket. $50.00

  110. Collected Papers in Honor of Lyndon Lane Hargrave. Edited by Albert H. Schroder with contributions by Harold Colton, Florence Ellis and Erik Reed. Papers of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico: 1. Museum of New Mexio Press, 1968. Soft cover. $7.50

  111. Colton, Harold S. Black Sand: Prehistory in Northern Arizona. Story of the ancient people who inhabited northern Arizona, centering around the Sinagua. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1960. Dust jacket with wear. $45.00

  112. Colwell-Chanthaphonh, Chip. Inheriting the Past: The Making of Arthur C. Parker and Indigenous Archaeology. Biography of the first Native American archaeologist and his legacy. University of Arizona Press, 2009. Soft cover. $24.95

  113. SOLD Comfort, Mary Apolline. Rainbow to Yesterday: The John and Louisa Wetherill Story. 1st edition. Story of the development of the wilderness area of northern Arizona. Vantage Press, 1980. Dust jacket. $30.00

  114. Conway, Thor. Painted Dreams: Native American Rock Art. Culmination of a 20 year study of rock art, legends and spirituality; filled with photographs. NorthWord, 1993. Dust jacket. $29.95

  115. SOLD Cook, Jeffrey. Anasazi Places: The Photographic Vision of William Current. Foreword by Karen Sinsheimer. Brings together more than one hundred of Current's photographs with a discussion of his life and work. 1st edition. University of Texas Press, 1992. Dust jacket. 45.00

  116. SOLD Cordell, Linda S. Prehistory of the Southwest. Synthesis of southwestern prehistory. New World Archaeological Record series, School of American Research. Academic Press, 1984. Soft cover, oversize, showing minor wear. $15.00

  117. Cosgrove, H. S. & C. B. The Swarts Ruin: A Typical Mimbres Site in Southwestern New Mexico. Reprint of 1932 edition. Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, volume 15. Report on the Mimbres Valley Expedition Seasons of 1924-27. Peabody Museum Press of Harvard University, 2004. Hard cover, white boards. $55.00

  118. Cressman, L. S. Prehistory of the Far West: Homes of the Vanished Peoples. The first book-length synthesis of the prehistory of the far-western North America, while also a scientific reminiscence exemplifying the period of its author's active life in the field when the archaeological approaches and interpretations of today were being shaped. 1st edition. University of Utah Press, 1977. Dust jacket. $65.00

  119. SOLD Crown, Patricia L. Ceramics and Ideology: Salado Polychrome Pottery. With contributions by Ronald L. Bishop. An exhaustive study provides evidence of a Southwestern Regional Cult, an ideology that unifed the disparate groups who came to share the region and resulted in the manufacture of the distinctive pottery over a wide area. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $45.00

  120. SOLD Crown, Patricia L. and W. James Judge, eds. Chaco & Hohokam: Prehistoric Regional Systems in the American Southwest. This book, the outcome of an advanced seminar held in 1987, offers the first major synthesis of new data and current thinking about the regional systems of the Chaocoans and the Hohokam. School of American Research Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $40.00

  121. Crown, Patricia L. and W. James Judge, eds. Chaco & Hohokam: Prehistoric Regional Systems in the American Southwest. This book, the outcome of an advanced seminar held in 1987, offers the first major synthesis of new data and current thinking about the regional systems of the Chaocoans and the Hohokam. School of American Research Press, 1991.Soft cover. $19.95

  122. Cultural Illness and Health: Essays in Human Adaptation. Edited by Laura Nade and Thomas W. Maretzki. American Anthropological Association, 1973. Red soft cover. $5.00

  123. Cummings, Byron. Kinishba: A Prehistoric Pueblo of the Great Pueblo Period. Inscription signed by Byron Cummings, "May the Good Spirits smile on thee all they days," Kinishba, July 17, 1942. Tucson: Hohokam Museums Association, 1940. Dust Jacket with pieces missing on bottom and top back cover. Original price of $3.50 still on dust flap. Includes map. $165.00

  124. Cummings, Byron. First Inhabitants of Arizona and the Southwest. Classic volume. Previous owner's inscription. Tucson: Cummings Publication Council, 1953. cream cloth. $100.00

  125. Cummings, Byron. Indians I Have Known. An intimate sketch book by the noted archaeologist who made friends among the living peoples of the vanishing tribes of northern Arizona and southern Utah. 1st edition. Arizona Silhouettes, 1952. Dust jacket with minor wear. $30.00

  126. Cunkle, James R. Talking Pots: Deciphering the Symbols of a Prehistoric People. A controversial new study of the prehistoric pottery icons of the White Mountains of Arizona. Golden West Publishers, 1996. Soft cover. $19.95

  127. Cunkle, James R. Treasures of Time: A Guide to Prehistoric Ceramics of the Southwest. A user-friendly guide to the identification and classification of the many types of prehistoric pottery. Golden West Publishers, 1994. Soft cover. $14.95

  128. Current, William. Pueblo Architecture of the Southwest: A Photographic Essay. Text by Vincent Scully. A visual essay of prehistoric communities and ruins. Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, University of Texas Press, 1971. Dust jacket. $50.00

  129. Cushing, Frank Hamilton. The Lost Itinerary of Frank Hamilton Cushing. Volume 2 of the multivolume work - Frank Hamilton Cushing and the Hemenway Southwestern Archaeological Expedition, 1886-1889. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $50.00

  130. Czaplicki, Jon S. and Adrianne G. Rankin. Supplemental Class III Archaeological Survey of the Phase A, Reach 3 Corridor, Tucson Aqueduct, Central Arizona Project. Late Sedentary and Early Classic Period Tucson Basin Hohokam Occupation in the Lower Santa Cruz River Basin, Marana to Rillito, Arizona. Supplement to Arcaeological Series 165. Arizona State Museum, 1984. Soft cover oversize. $12.50

  131. Darnell, Regna. And along came Boas: Continuity and Revolution in Americanist Anthropology. Study of the man and his methods. Stuides in the History of the Language Sciences. John Benjamins Publishing, 1998. Orange casebound. $90.00

  132. SOLD Davis, Carolyn O'Bagy. Treasured Earth: Hattie Cosgrove's Mimbres Archaeology in the American Southwest. Foreword by Richard B. Woodbury. Hattie Cosgrove was a hardware store heiress who came West in 1907. In New Mexico she soon discovered the ruins and traces of the Mimbres Indians. 1st printing. Sanpete Publications, 1995. Soft cover. $24.95

  133. SOLD Davis, Hester A. Remembering Awatovi: The Story of an Archaeological Expedition in Northern Arizona 1935-1939. With contributions by Brian Fagan and Eric Polingyouma. The story of Harvard's Peabody Museum expedition on the Hopi Reservation. Illustrated with many photographs. Peabody Museum Press, Harvard University, 2008. Soft cover oversize. $18.95

  134. Deal, Krista. An Archeological Overview of Great Basin National Park. Publications in Anthropology No. 49. Presentation copy signed by Deal. National Park Service, 1988. Oversize, spiral bound. $10.00

  135. SOLD Dean, Jeffrey S. ed. Salado. 1st edition. Amerind Foundation Publication, University of New Mexico Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $49.95

  136. Deaver, William L. El Macayo: A Prehistoric Settlement in the Upper Santa Cruz River Valley. Technical Series 74. Statistical Research, Inc. 2001. Soft cover. $25.00

  137. Dedrick, John M. and Eugene H. Casad. Sonora Yaque Language Structures. A valuable source not only for research on this language family but also for anthropological studies of the Arizona-Sonora cultural region. University of Arizona Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $49.95

  138. Deetz, James. Invitation to Archaeology. Bookplate of Gloria Kloss Euler. Some pencil underlining. Natural History Press, 1967. Tan cloth with black spine. $5.00

  139. Dick, Herbert W. Bat Cave. Study of Paleo-Indian remains at Catron County, New Mexico. Monograph No. 27. The School of American Research, 1965. Soft cover with spots on back cover. $35.00

  140. Diehl, Michael W. and Steven A. LeBlanc. Early Pithouse Villages of the Mimbres Valley and Beyond: The McAnally and Thompson Sites in their Cultural Ecological Contexts. Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology Papers, volume 83. Harvard University, 2001. Soft cover. $35.00

  141. Di Peso, Charles C. Casas Grandes and the Gran Chicimeca. Reprinted from El Palacio 75:4.Museum of New Mexico, 1972. Orange wraps. $7.00

  142. Discovering North American Rock Art. Edited by Lawrence L. Loendorf, Christopher Chippindale, and David S. Whitley. Exploration of the different regional appraoches to the study of rock art , compares the differences between research in the U.S. and France and then discusses the images today and their research done. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $55.00

  143. The Distribution of Prehistoric Populate Aggregates. Edited by George J. Gumerman. Prescott College Anthropolgial Reports No. 1. Prescott College Press, 1971. Soft cover. $15.00

  144. Dixon, E. James. Bones, Boars & Bison: Archaeology and the First Colonization of Western North America. Revoluntionary archeological synthesis argues an alternative model of the earliest human population of North America. University of New Mexico Press, 1999. Soft cover. $29.95

  145. Doolittle, William E. and James A. Neely, ed. The Safford Valley Grids: Prehistoric Cultivation in the Southern Arizona Desert. Anthropological papers of the University of Arizona No. 70. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Oversize soft cover. $16.95

  146. Dorsey, George A. and H.R. Voth. The Oraibi Soyal Ceremony. 1st edition. Field Colombian Museum. Vol III, No. 1. The Oraobi Soyal celebration is in charge of the largest religious organization in that Hopi village. Black and white illustrations. Field Colombian museum, 1901. Gray wraps with last text page having hole from pest. $50.00

  147. Dorsey, George A. and H.R. Voth. The Mishongnovi Ceremonies of the Snake and Antelope Fraternities. 1st edition. Field Colombian Museum Vol. III, No. 3. Describes secret society ceremonials as practiced in a Hopi village between 1893 and 1900. Contains descriptions of singing and historical photographs. Book cover taped to deter future tears. Field Museum, 1902. Wraps. $65.00

  148. Douglass, A. E. Tree Rings and Chronology. University of Arizona Bulletin vol. VIII, No. 4. University of Arizona, 1937. Wraps. $22.50

  149. SOLD Downum, Christian E. Between Desert and River: Hohokam Settlement and Land Use in the Los Robles Community. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona No. 57. Reprint. University of Arizona Press. Soft cover, oversize. $29.95

  150. SOLD *Downum, Christian E, ed. Hisat'sinom: Ancient Peoples in a Land without Water. A School For Advanced Research Popular Archeology Book. SAR Press, 2012. Soft cover. $24.95

  151. SOLD Doyel, David E. Hohokam Prehistory in the Central New River Drainage, Arizona. Archaeological investigation prepared by the Army Corps of Engineers. 1986. Tan soft cover. $17.50

  152. SOLD Doyel, David E., Suzanne K. Fish, and Paul R. Fish. The Hohokam Village Revisited. Signed by Doyel. 1st edition. Southwestern and Rock Mountain Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2000. Soft cover. $25.00

  153. Dozier, Edward P. Hano: A Tewa Indian Community in Arizona. A look at this Pueblo community. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1966. Soft cover. $8.50

  154. Dozier, Edward P. The Pueblo Indians of North America. Discusses the Pueblo's adaptation through time to their changing physical, socioeconomic, and political environments. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 1970. Soft cover. $12.50

  155. Duff, Andrew I. Western Pueblo Identities: Regional Interaction, Migration, and Transformation. Discussion on identifying distinct social groups of the past. University of Arizona Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $35.00

  156. Duff, Wilson. Images Stone B.C.: Thirty Centuries of Northwest Coast Indian Sculpture. Photographs and drawings by Hilary Stewart. An exhibition originating at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. University of Washington Press, 1975. Dust jacket. $30.00

  157. Dutton, Bertha P. A History of Plumbate Ware. Papers of the School of American Research #31. Excavation of Tajumulco in Guatemala. Archaeological Institute of America, 1943. Gray wraps. $15.00

  158. Dutton, Bertha P. Sun Father's Way: The Kiva Murals of Kuaua. An assessment of Kuaua, a large Pueblo ruin on the west bank of the Rio Grande in New Mexico. Contains color and black and white illustrations of the murals. 1st edition. Paper label on the front endsheet. University of New Mexico Press, 1963. Dust jacket with piece missing. $35.00

  159. Eaton, Theodore H., Jr. Prehistoric Man in the Navajo Country. An examination of the early Native population, including the Basket makers and Pueblo people - emphasis on social and cultural artifacts in the Four Corners area of the Southwest. Prepared under the direction of the National Youth Administration (Project 6677-Y). Berkeley, California, 1937. Gray oversize wraps. $40.00

  160. Eckert, Suzanne L. Pottery and Practice: The Expression of Identity at Pottery Mound and Hummingbird Pueblo. Study of social groups in the Pueblo Southwest. Filled with drawings of artifacts and listings. University of New Mexico Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $34.95

  161. Elliott, Melinda. Great Excavations: Tales of Early Southwestern Archaeology, 1888-1939. A spellbinding book that contains an engrossing chronicle of glorious explorations, grand adventures, breathtaking discoveries and colorful characters. Includes photographs of the ruins. School of American Research Press, 1995. Soft cover. $20.00

  162. Ellis, Reuben, ed. Stories and Stone: Writing the Anasazi Homeland. Edited with an introduction by Ellis. Collected here are selections from a striking body of literature about the prehistoric Southwest, including such authors as Abbey, Austin, Cather, Cushing, Hillerman, Momaday, Ortiz, Powell, Silko, Stegner, Waters and Aqinger. Pruett Publishing, 1997. Soft cover. $18.95

  163. Engendering Households in the Prehistoric Southwest. Contributors to this volume examine evidence at the household level to understand gendered activities in household contexts throughout the Southwest. University of Arizona Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $59.95

  164. Environment and Subsistence in the Classic Period Tonto Basin: The Roosevelt Archaeology Studies, 1989 to 1998. Ediedby Katerine A. Spielmann. Discusses the Salado culture, the Pueblo agricultue, flora and fauna. Roosevelt Monograph Series #10. Arizona State University,, 1998. Soft cover. $35.00

  165. SOLD Environmental Change and Human Adaption in the Ancient American Southwest. Edited by David E. Doyel and Jeffrey S. Dean. Chapters by various archaeologists and scientists on such topics as Hohokam agriculture, landscape change, settlement history. University of Utah Press, 2006. Blue cloth. $45.00

  166. Erlandson, Jon M. and Torgben Rick and Rene Vellanoweth. A Canyon Through Time: Archaeology, History, and Ecology of the Tecolote Canyon Area, Santa Barbara County, California. Provides a history of this canyon, using archaeology, ecology, geography and history. University of Utah Press, 2008. Soft cover. $35.00

  167. Euler, Robert C. Southern Paiute Ethnohistory. Also contains "Environmental Setting and Natural Resources" by Catherine Sweeney Fowler.Anthropological Papers #78. University of Utah Press, 1966. Soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  168. Explanation of Prehistoric Change. Edited by James N. Hill. Nature of change discussed by noted anthropologists and archaeologists. School of American Research book. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1977. Dust jacket. $20.00

  169. Explorations in Ethnoarchaeology. Edited by Richard A. Gould. Study of human discard. School of American Research. 1st printing. University of New Mexico Press, 1978. Soft cover. $10.00

  170. Fagan, Brian. Chaco Canyon: Archaeologists Explore the Lives of an Ancient Society. Illustrated with color and black and white photographs, this book draws on the latest research on Chaco and its environs to tell the remarkable story of the people of the canyon. Oxford University Press, 2005. Case bound. $30.00

  171. Farnsworth, Jamet Webb. Rock Art Along the Way. Photographs by Bernadette Heath. A guide to more than 55 sites you can visit in Arizona, Utah, New Mexico and parts of California, Nevada and Colorado. Filled with color photographs. Rio Nuevo Publishers, 2005. Soft cover. $18.95

  172. Ferguson, William M. and Arthur H. Rohn. Anasazi Ruins of the Southwest in Color. Foreword by Richard B. Woodbury. The authors present the most current research and a balanced view of contradictory theodries, making this a book a readable, engaging, and authoritative study of an ancient people and the places they inhabited. University of New Mexico Press, 1990. Soft cover. $20.00

  173. SOLD Fewkes, Jesse Walter. Antiquities of the Mesa Verde National Park: Spruce-Tree House. BAE Bulletin 41. Previous owner's name on inside front cover, associated with the Chicago Field Museum of National History. GPO, 1909. Olive green cloth $25.00

  174. SOLD Fewkes, Jesse Walter. Designs on Prehistoric Hopi Pottery. Dover reprint from the 17th Annual BAE Report. Dover Publications. Soft cover. $15.00

  175. Fewkes, J. Walter. A Journal of American Ethnology and Archaeology. Author reports his observations made while he was connected with the Hemenway Southwestern Archaeological Expedition. Includes "A Few Summer Ceremonials at the Tusayan Pueblos," color plates, and "Natal Ceremonies of the Hopi Indians" by J. G. Owens. 1st edition. Ex-library. John Wetherill's name inscribed front page. Houghton Mifflin, 1892. $175.00

  176. SOLD Fewkes, J. Walter. The Mimbres Art and Archaeology. With an introduction by J. J. Brody. A reprint of three papers originally published by Smithsonian Institution between 1914 and 1924. Avanyu Publishing, 1993. Soft cover. $16.96

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

  178. Folsm, Franklin and Mary Elting. Ancient Treasures of the Southwest: A Guide to Archeological Sites and Museums in Arizona, Southern Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah. Illustrations with some maps of the sites. Excerpts from an earlier version. 1st edition of this printing. University of New Mexico Press, 1994. Soft cover. $10.50

  179. Fontana, Bernard L. A Guide to Contemporary Southwest Indians. Detailed information for 46 Native American reservations in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas and Utah. Includes map, colorful photographs and information festivals, cultural and historical interest. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1999. Soft cover oversize. $10.95

  180. Foster, George M. Applied Anthropology. Focuses on the role relationship of anthropologists working in action programs rather than case histories. 1st printing. Little Brown, 1969. Dust jacket. $10.00

  181. Foster, George M. Traditonal Cultures: and the Impact of Technological Change. Discusses the problems of cultural change by sudden technological development. Harper & Row, 1962. Dust jacket. $10.00

  182. Francis, Julie E. and Lawrence L. Loendorf. Ancient Visions: Petroglyphs and Pictographs of the Wind River and Bighorn Country, Wyoming and Montana. The authors offer compelling evidence that highly complex belief systems and religious experience form the context for the vast majority of the rock art, including the spectacular and surreal images of the Dinwoody tradition, in the region. University of Utah Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $35.00

  183. SOLD Frazier, Kendrick. People of Chaco: A Canyon and Its Culture. The first full-length book on Chaco for the general reader, including the most recent and current research. Complete with illustrations, the book discusses the people who created Chaco and the soldiers and archaeologists who probed its secrets. 1st edition. Presentation copy signed by the author. W. W. Norton & Co., 1986. Dust jacket. $37.50

  184. Frazier, Kendrick. People of Chaco: A Canyon and Its Culture. The first full-length book on Chaco for the general reader, including the most recent and current research. W. W. Norton & Co., 1986. Soft cover. $17.95

  185. Frison, George C. and Lawrence C. Todd. The Colby Mammoth Site: Taphonomy and Archaeology of a lovis Kill in Northern Wyoming. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1986. Green cloth. $75.00

  186. Fulton, William Shirley and Carr Tuthill. An Archaeological Site Near Gleeson, Arizona. Includes color plates of pottery and fold out map. Publications No. 1. Amerind Foundation, 1940. In original envelope from Amerind. Soft cover. $35.00

  187. Gabel, Norman E. A Comparative Racial Study of the Papago. University of New Mexico Publicantions in Anthropology No. 4. University of New Mexico Press, 1949. Gray wraps. $15.00

  188. Gabriel, Kathryn. Roads to Center Place: A Cultural Artlas of Chaco Canyon and the Anasazi. An examination of the Chacoan road systems, using analogies drawn from Pubeblo traditions and astronomical alignments. Johnson Books, 1991. Soft cover. $13.95

  189. Garrod, Lorna. Coyote and the Fish. Story about the origin of the Rainbow Trout with illustrations in the style of the Mimbres. Filter Press, 1995. Blue wraps. $5.00

  190. Gladwin, Harold. Excavations at Casa Grande, Arizona February 12 - May 1, 1927. Southwest Museum Papers no. 2. Reprint. Southwest Museum, 1970. Wraps. $15.00

  191. SOLD Gladwin, Harold, Emil Haury. Excavations at Snaketown: Material Culture. Classic research into early Native culture. University of Arizona Press, 1975. Beige casebound. $125.00

  192. SOLD Goin, Peter and Lucy R. Lippard. Time and Time Again: History, Rephotography, and Preservation in the Chaco World. This book is an exploration of the Ancestral Puebloan culture at Chaco Canyon and its extension into the surrounding region, including Mesa Verde. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2013. Dust jacket, oblong. $39.95

  193. Goldman, Irving and Hannah. First Men: The Story of Human Beginnings. First edition. Illustrated by John Bradford. Book on anthropology for the young adult. Previous owners name crossed out. Abelard-Schuman, 1955. Dust jacket. $20.00

  194. Goddard, Pliny Earle. Indians of the Southwest. Illustrated overview of the Native Americans. Handbook Series No. 2, 4th edition. Previous owner's writing on front endsheet: "Bought at Montezuma Castle" in 1931. American Museum of Natural History, 1931. Decorated cloth. $20.00

  195. Gooding, John D. The Archaeology of Vail Pass Camp: A Multi-Component Base Camp Below Treelimit in the Southern Rockies. Highway Salvage Report No. 35. Library of Congress Stamp. Colorado Department of Hiways, 1981. Soft cover with wear, oversize. $27.50

  196. Goodwin, Neil. Like a Brother: Grenville Goodwin's Apache Years, 1928 - 1939. This volume is one of a series of books derived from Goodwin's unpublished papers and helps broaden our understanding of his life and work. It includes selections from his field notes, diaries and letters, assembled by Goodwin's son. Originally issued as two issues of the Journal of the Southwest. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Soft cover. $21.95

  197. Gorenstein, Shirley, et al. Prehispanic America. Gives a concise overall picture of the beginnings and subsequent rapid growth of the indigenous cultures prior to the Spanish entrada. St. Martin's Press, 1974. Dust jacket. $10.00

  198. Grant, Campbell. Rock Art of the American Indian. Lavishly illustrated volume is the first overall survey of Indian rock art in America, with sixteen pages of color reproductions and 150 black and white photographs and drawings. Previous owner's bookplate on front endsheet. Promontory Press, 1967. Dust jacket. $25.00

  199. Grant, Campbell. Rock Art of the American Indian. Lavishly illustrated volume is the first overall survey of Indian rock art in America, with sixteen pages of color reproductions and 150 black and white photographs and drawings. Vista Books, 1992. Soft cover. $20.00

  200. SOLD Grant, Campbell, James W. Baird, and J. Kenneth Pringle. Rock Drawings of the Coso Range, Inyo County, California. The first full description of the most extraordinary concentration of prehistoric rock pictures in the New World. Includes a discussion on the bighorn sheep cult. Maturango Museum, 1987. Soft cover. $20.00

  201. SOLD The Great Basin: People and Place in Ancient Times. Edited by Catherine S. Fowler and Don D. Fowler. This book is about the lifeways of Native American people who lived in the Great Basin during the past 13,000 years and how they sustained themselves in a difficult environment. School for Advanced Research Press, 2008. Soft cover oversize. $24.95

  202. Green, Dee F. The Hinckly Figurines as Indicators of the Position of Utah Valley in the Sevier Culture. Illustrated. Reprinted from American Antiquity, 1964. Oversize wraps with minor wear. $5.00

  203. Greenlee, Bob. Life Among the Ancient Ones: Two Accounts of an Anasazi Archaeological Reseach Project. Signed by the author. Hardscrabble Press, 1995. Dust jacket. 16.95

  204. Gregonis, Linda M. and Karl J. Reinhard. Hohokam Indians of the Tucson Basin. Reconstructs Hohokam lifeway from artifacts excavated in the Fort Lowell area of Tucson. University of Arizona Press, 1985. Wraps. $7.50

  205. Gregonis, Linda M. and Lisa W. Huckell. The Tucson Urban Study. Prepared for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Archaeological Series No. 138. Arizona State museum, 1979. Stapled soft cover, oversize with wear. $20.00

  206. Gregory, David A., ed. Excavations in the Santa Cruz River Floodplain: The Early Agricultural Period Component at Los Pozos. Anthropological Papers No. 21. Center for Desert Archaeology. Soft cover. $24.95

  207. Griffen, William B. Indian Assimilation in the Franciscan Area of Nueva Vizcaya. Examines the processes of disappearance during the late 16th and 17th centuries - through either assimilation or extermination of the native Indian population. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona No. 33. University of Arizona Press, 1979. Soft cover. $19.95

  208. Gumerman, George J. The Archaeology of the Hopi Buttes District, Arizona. Center for Archaeological Investigations Research Paper No. 49. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Soft cover, oversize. $35.00

  209. Gumerman, George J. Black Mesa: Survey and Excavation in Northeastern Arizona 1968. Signed by Gumerman. Prescott College Press, 1970. Blue cloth. $20.00

  210. Gumerman, George J. Black Mesa: Survey and Excavation in Northeastern Arizona 1968. Presentation copy to Robert Euler signed by the author. Prescott College Press, 1970. Soft cover. $30.00

  211. SOLD Gunnerson, James H. The Fremont Culture: A Study in Culture Dynamics on the Northern Anasazi Frontier. Includes The Report of the Claflin-Emerson Expedition of the Peabody Museum. With appendices by Walton C. Galinat and James H. Gunnerson and Margaret A. Towle. Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University Vol. 59, No. 2. Peabody Museum, 1969. Orange binding. $65.00

  212. Habicht-Mauche, Judith A. and Carl J. Phagan. The Pottery from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo, New Mexico: Tribalization and Trade in the Northern Rio Grande; and The Stone Artifacts from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo. Arroyo Hondo Archaeological Series, Volume 8. Habicht-Mauche presents a masterful description and interpretation of the pottery from Arroyo Hondo. The volume also contains a final report on the stone artifacts from Arroyo Hondo by Carl J. Phagan. 1st edition. School of American Research Press, 1993. Soft cover. $35.00

  213. Haile, Berard. Head and Face Masks in Navaho Ceremonialism. Paths of Life: American Indians of the Southwest and Northern Mexico. Originally published in 1947 in a limited edition, this book presents information on the Navajo masks and their uses. University of Utah Press, 1996. Soft cover. $10.50

  214. Haile, Father Barnard. Origin Legend of the Navaho Enemy Way: Text and Translation. Publications in Anthropology No. 17. 1st edition. Yale University Press, 1938. Bound in brown cloth, original cover inside. $150.00

  215. Haile, Father Berard. Waterway: A Navajo Ceremonial Myth Told by Black Mustache Circle. Orthography by Irvy W. Goossen. Appendix by Karl W. Luckert. American Tribal Religions volume Five. Museum of Northern Arizona Press, 1979. Soft cover. $12.95

  216. Hall, Ansel F. A Pictorial Guide to Mesa Verde National Park. Colorful illustrations in this small pamphlet gives brief history on the park and the Indians who once lived here. Mesa Verde Co. $10.00

  217. Hardaker, Christopher. The First American: The Suppressed Story of the People Who Discovered the New World. Discoveries from the excavated nearby sites of the Valsequillo Reservior. Illustrations throughout. Career Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $24.99

  218. Harris, Charles H. III & Louis R. Sadler. The Archaeologist was a Spy: Sylvanus G. Morley and the Office of Naval Intelligence. The story of the most influential Mayan archaeologist of his generation who was arguably the greatest American spy of World War I. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $35.00

  219. Harris, Charles H. III & Louis R. Sadler. The Archaeologist was a Spy: Sylvanus G. Morley and the Office of Naval Intelligence. The story of the most influential Mayan archaeologist of his generation who was arguably the greatest American spy of World War I. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2009. Soft cover. $27.95

  220. Haury, Emil W. The Hohokam: Desert Farmers & Craftsmen: Excavations at Snaketown, 1964-1965. The essential study of Snaketown. 2d printing. University of Arizona Press, 1978. Pictorial casebound. $110.00

  221. SOLD Haury, Emil W. The Stratigraphy and Archaeology of Ventana Cave Arizona. 1st edition. Former library copy with minimum remains of markings. Contains, drawings, plates of artifacts and foldout charts. University of New Mexico Press, 1950. Cloth with spine worn and discolored. $40.00

  222. * Hayden, Julian D. Field Man: Life as a Desert Archaeologist. Edited by Bill Broyles and Diane E. Boyer. Captivating memoir of renowned southwestern archaeologist Julian Dodge Hayden, who held no professional degree or faculty position, but who could work with Haury, Rogers, Ezell and others. University of Arizona Press, 2011. Dust jacket. $45.00

  223. * Hayden, Julian D. Field Man: Life as a Desert Archaeologist. Edited by Bill Broyles and Diane E. Boyer. Captivating memoir of renowned southwestern archaeologist Julian Dodge Hayden, who held no professional degree or faculty position, but who could work with Haury, Rogers, Ezell and others. University of Arizona Press, 2011. Soft cover. $29.95

  224. Hays-Gilpin, Kelley and Ann Cordy Deegan and Elizabeth Ann Morris. Prehistoric Sandals from Northeastern Arizona: The Earl H. Morris and Ann Axtell Morris Research. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona Number 62. University of Arizona Press, 1998. Oversize soft cover. $17.95

  225. SOLD A Hemenway Portfolio: Voices and Views from the Hemenway Archaeological Expedition, 1886-1889. Edited with commentary and annotations by Curtis M. Hinsley and David R. Wilcox. A special issue of the Journal of the Southwest. Topics include the Zuni, Frank Hamilton Cushing, Casa Grande Ruins, Ten Kate's diary, photos and reconnaissance to Florence and Queen Creek. 1995. Soft cover. $15.00

  226. Henderson, Junius and John Peabody Harrington. Ethnology of the Tewa Indians. Contains information on the various animals including scientific and Native name. BAE Bulletin No. 56. GPO, 1914. Olive green cloth with minor wear, minor water staining on top edges of pages. $20.00

  227. Herman, Daniel J. Rim Country Exodus: A Story of Conquest, Renewal, and Race in the Making. Part of a new movement in Western history emphasizing survival rather than disappearance. This is one of the first in-depth studies of the West that examines race as it was lived. University of Arizona Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $60.00

  228. Herskovits, Melville J. Man and His Works: The Science of Cultural Anthropology. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler along with sheets of handwritten notes on memo paper of Robert C. Euler. Knopf, 1949. Red cloth with minor wear and spine discolored. $15.00

  229. Herskovitz, Robert M. Fort Bowie Material Culture. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona No. 31. Illustrated with findings at the military post. University of Arizona Press, 1978. Oversize soft cover. $75.00 *

  230. Hess, Aimee. Margaret Mead. Women Who Dare series. Biography of this remarkable anthropologist. Pomegranate and Library of Congress, 2007. Dust jacket. $12.95

  231. Hester, Thomas R., Harry J. Shaer and Kenneth L. Feder. Field Methods in Archaeology. Most practical advice for working out in the field, with examples from different parts of the world. 7th edition. Mayfield Publishing Co., 1997 Soft cover. $10.00

  232. SOLD Hewett, Edgar L. Ancient Life in the American Southwest. With an introduction on the General History of the American Race. Biblo and Tannen, 1968. Blue cloth. $27.50

  233. Hewett, Edgar Lee, Junius Henerson, and Wilfred William Robbins. The Physiography of the Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico, in Relation to Pueblo Culture. Discusses, climate, geology and topography. Contains fold-out panorama and other photographs. BAE Bulletin No 54. GPO, 1913. Olive green cloth with minor wear. $20.00

  234. Hibben, Frank C. Digging Up America. Discusses how fieldworkers and researchers made their discoveries to uncover North America's prehistory - how evidence is pieced together. Hill & Wang, 1960. Dust jacket. $15.00

  235. Hibben, Frank C. Kiva Art of the Anasazi at Pottery Mound. Publication of the most amazing series of prehistoric Indian murals ever found on the North American continent. Beautiful color reproductions. 1st edition, 1st printing. KC Publications, 1975. Dust jacket. $75.00

  236. Hinterlands and Regional Dynamics in the Ancient Southwest. Edited by Alan P. Sullivan and James M. Bayman. Exclusively dedicated to the study of the hinterlands in a way that emphasizes their importance for understanding all regional developments. University of Arizona Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $45.00

  237. Hirschmann, Fred. Rock Art of the American Southwest. Photography by Hirschmann and text by Scott Thybony. A journey through 128 photographs of rock art sites from southwestern Texas, Utah, Arizona, New Meixco, Colorado and southern California. Graphics Arts Center Publishing, 1994. Dust jacket. $29.50

  238. Hirschmann, Fred. Rock Art of the American Southwest. Photography by Hirschmann and text by Scott Thybony. A journey through 128 photographs of rock art sites from southwestern Texas, Utah, Arizona, New Meixco, Colorado and southern California. Graphics Arts Center Publishing, 1999. Soft cover. $21.95

  239. Hodge, Carle. Ruins Along the River: Montezuma Castle, Tuzigoot and Montezuma Well National Monuments. Photography by George H. Huey. Illustrated narrative of these prehistoric sites. 1st edition. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1986. Soft cover. $7.50

  240. Hodge, F. W. The Age of the Zuni Pueblo of Kechipauan. Study of the old Zuni ruin during a 1919 excavation. Indian Notes and Monographs vol. III: no. 2. Heye Foundation, 1920. Wraps. $40.00

  241. The Hohokam Millennium. Edited by Suzanne K. Fish and Paul R. Fish. Illuminates the way the Hohokam organized their households, their communities, their pottery and jewelry, irrigiation system and ball courts in and around Phoenix and the Pueblo Grande complex. 1st edition. School for Advanced Research Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $30.00

  242. SOLD The Hohokam Millennium. Edited by Suzanne K. Fish and Paul R. Fish. Illuminates the way the Hohokam organized their households, their communities, their pottery and jewelry, irrigiation system and ball courts in and around Phoenix and the Pueblo Grande complex. School for Advanced Research Press, 2008. Soft cover. $24.95

  243. Hough, Walter. Antiquities of the Upper Gila and Salt River Valleys in Arizona and New Mexico. BAE Bulletin 35. GPO, 1907. Wraps, front cover barely attached. $15.00

  244. Hough, Walter. The Moki Snake Dance: a popular account of that unparalleled dramatic pagan ceremony of the Pueblo Indians of Tusayan, Arizona, with incidental mention of their life and customs. Filled with early photographs of the Hopi. Santa Fe Passenger Dept. 1902. Decorative soft cover. $35.00

  245. Houses Beneath the Rock: The Anasazi of Canyon de Chelly and Navajo National Monument. Edited by David Grant Noble. Essays by noted archaeologists and historians that give insight into the Anasazi inhabitants with beautiful color photographs ready to take with you on your next trip. Ancient City Press, 1992. Soft cover oversize. $8.95

  246. Hovens, Pieter. Herman F.C. Ten Kate Jr. (1858-1931) En de Antropolgie Der Noord-Amerikaanse Indianen. Text in Dutch. Krips, Repro. Yellow soft cover. $45.00

  247. Howard, Richard M. The Mesa Verde Museum. Oversize catalogue featuring, in black and white, some of the museum's artifacts with accompanying text. Mesa Verde Museum, 1968. Wraps. $7.50

  248. Howard Needles Tammen & Bergendoff. I-10 Papago Freeway Environmental Mitigation Measures: 91st Avenue to Maricopa Interchange, Phoenix, Arizona. Illustrated with color photographs. Prepared for ADOT. 1991. Spiral bound, oversize. $5.00

  249. Howe, Carrol B. Ancient Tribes of the Klamath Country. Tells the story of the Native Americans in northern Oregon and California. 1st edition. Binfords & Mort, 1968. Dust jacket. $17.50

  250. Howell, Todd L. and Tammy Stone, ed. Exploring Social, Political and Economic Organization in the Zuni Region. Includes images, drawings and data. Anthropological Research Papers No. 46. Arizona State University, 1994. Soft cover, oversize. $50.00

  251. Hunter-Anderson, Rosalind L. Prehistoric Adaptation in the American Southwest. Covers the post-Pleistocene adaptive change among the aboriginal cultures of te mountains and deserts of Arizona and New Mexico. Cambridge University Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $29.95

  252. Huntley, Deborah L. Ancestral Zuni Glaze-Decorated Pottery: Viewing Pueblo IV Regional Organization Through Ceramic Production and Exchange. Anthropological Papers of No. 72. University of Arizona Press, 2008. Soft cover. $25.00

  253. Investigations of the Southwestern Anthropolgical Research Group. Proceedings of the 1976 conference edited by Robert C. Euler and George J. Gumerman. Topics include El Morrow Valley, Chevelon drainage, prehistoric settlement in the Grand Canyon and SARG data. 1st edition. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1978. Soft cover, oversize. $15.00

  254. Jacka, Jerry D. and Nancy S. Hammack. Indian Jewelry of the Prehistoric Southwest. Photographic examination of this Indian craft. University of Arizona Press, 1975. Soft cover. $20.00

  255. Jelinek, Arthur J. A Prehistoric Sequence in the Middle Pecos Valley, New Mexico. Anthropological Papers, Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan No. 31. University of Michigan, 1967. Soft cover. $10.00

  256. SOLD Jernigan, E. Wesley. Jewelry of the Prehistoric Southwest. Graphically delineates formal, cultural and chronological relationships of the jewelry of the three great cultural traditions of the Hohokam, Mogollon, and Anasazi. 1st edition. School of American Research, University of New Mexico Press, 1978. Dust jacket with minor wear. $80.00

  257. Jones, Dewitt and Linda S. Cordell. Anasazi World. Story of the Anasazi and their fascinating world, filled with color photographs. Graphic Arts Center Publishing Co., 1985. Soft cover with slight warping. $16.95

  258. Judd, Neil M. The Bureau of American Ethnology: A Partial History. Discusses the BAE's leaders,the augthors, from professional scientists to offiers in the military and a list of the publications. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1967. Dust jacket. $40.00

  259. Judd, Neil M. The Bureau of American Ethnology: A Partial History. Discusses the BAE's leaders,the augthors, from professional scientists to offiers in the military and a list of the publications. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1967. Soft cover. $35.00

  260. SOLD Judd, Neil M. The Material Culture of Pueblo Bonito. With Appendix Canid Remains from Pueblo Bonito and Pueblo Del Arroyo by Glover M. Allen. Wraps. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1954. $125.00

  261. Judd, Neil M. Men Met Along the Trail. Judd describes places he has visited, his archaeological endeavors, and relates anecdotes about the wealth of people with whom he lived, worked, or spoke. 1st edition. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. University of Oklahoma Press, 1968. Dust jacket. $20.00

  262. Julien, Catherine. Reading Inca History. Through a meticulous study of the Spanish narratives chronicling Inca history, the author reaches across time, language, and cultural barriers to achieve insights into the dynamis of Inca history and culture. University of Iowa Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $49.95

  263. Julien, Catherine. Reading Inca History. Through a meticulous study of the Spanish narratives chronicling Inca history, the author reaches across time, language, and cultural barriers to achieve insights into the dynamis of Inca history and culture. University of Iowa Press, 2002. Soft cover. $24.95

  264. Keller, Donald R. Gray Mountain, a Prehistoric Chert Source Site in Coconino County. Arizona Archaeologist No. 19. Arizona Archaeological Society, 1984. Soft cover, oversize. $15.00

  265. Kelley, Jane H. and Marsha P. Hanen. Archaeology and the Methodology of Science. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. University of New Mexico Press, 1990. Soft cover. $7.00

  266. Kemper, Lewis. Ancient Ancestors of the Southwest. Photography by Lewis Kemper, text by Gregory Schaaf. Visual look at the remarkable early Native Americans in the Southwest. Graphic Arts Center Publishing, 1996. Soft cover. $16.95

  267. Kerns, Virginia. Scenes from the High Desert: Julian Stewards's Life and Theory. Biography of the creator of cultural ecology, a theoretical approach that has influenced generations of archaeologists and cultural anthropologists. University of Illinois Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $45.00

  268. Kessing, Felix M. Culture Change: An Analysis and Bibliography of Anthropological Sources to 1952. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler on inside front cover. Stanford University Press, 1953. Soft cover. $10.00

  269. Kidder, Alfred Vincent. An Introduction to the Study of Southwestern Archaeology. With a new essay by Douglas W. Schwartz. Yale University Press, 2000. Soft cover. $16.95

  270. Kidder, Alfred Vincent. An Introduction to the Study of Southwestern Archaeology with a preliminary account of the excavaions at Pecos. With an introduction on Southwestern Archaeology Today by Irving Rouse. Yale University Press, 1969. Soft cover with wear. $5.00
  271. King, Chester and Dennis G. Casebier. Background to Historic and Prehistoric Resources of the East Mojave Desert Region. Prepared for BLM. 1976. Soft cover, oversize. $30.00

  272. Kintigh, Keith W. Settlement, Subsistence, and Society in Late Zuni Prehistory. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona No. 44. Reprint. University of Arizona Press. Soft cover, oversize. $35.00

  273. Kluckhohn, Clyde. Culture and Behavior. Contains a collection of his writings including several chapters on Navaho culture and belief. Inscription to Robert Euler. Free Press, 1966. Soft cover with minor wear. $10.00

  274. SOLD Kluckhohn, Clyde. Navaho Witchcraft. Originally printed by Peabody Museum, this edition is revised and expanded. Beacon Press, 1970. Soft cover, worn. $10.00

  275. Knack, Martha C. and Omer C. Stewart. As Long as the River Shall Run: An Ethnohistory of Pyramid Lake Indian Reservation. A valuable record of the Northern Paiutes of Pyramid Lake and their attempt to maintain their culture and water rights. University of Nevada Press, 1999. Soft cover. $19.95

  276. Knack, Martha C. Life is with People: Household Organization of the Contemporary Southern Paiute Indians. Anthropological Papers No. 19. Ballena Press, 1980. Soft cover, oversize. $15.00

  277. SOLD Kohler, Timothy A., ed. Archaeology of Bandelier National Monument: Village Formation on the Pajarito Pleateau, New Mexico. An in-depth look into the ruins and culture at Bandelier. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $59.95

  278. Kroeber, A. L. An Anthropologist Looks at History. Foreword by Milton Singer. Edited by Theodora Kroeber. A selection of essays written in the last decade of Kroeber's life. University of California Press, 1966. Soft cover. $3.50

  279. Kroeber, A. L. Anthropology. The study that defines anthropology, gives its history, covers living races, language, climate. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. 1st edition. Harcourt Brace & Co., 1923. Navy Cloth. $20.00

  280. Kroeber, A. L. Ethnographic Interpretations 7-11. Contains a chapter on the Desert Mohave. University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology vol. 47:3. University of California Press, 1959. Gray soft cover. $8.00

  281. Kroeber, A. L. and T. T. Waterman. Source Book in Anthropology. Revised edition, illustrated. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. Remains of scotch tape on front endsheets. Harcourt, Brace, 1931. Navy cloth. $10.00

  282. Kroeber, Theodora. Alfred Kreber: A Personal Configuration. Biograpy of one of America's most distinished anthropologists.1st edition. University of California Press, 1970. Dust jacket. $15.00

  283. Kunen, Julie L. Ancient Maya Life in the Far West Bajo: Social and Environmental Change in the Westlands of Belize. Anthropological Papers of No. 69. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Soft cover. $12.95

  284. SOLD Lange, Frederick, et al. Yellow Jacket : a Four Corners Anasazi ceremonial center . Study of this Colorado prehistoric site. Revised edition. Previous owner's stamp on title page. Johnson Books, 1988. Soft cover. $12.50

  285. SOLD Lange, Richard C. with others. Echoes in the Canyons: The Archaeology of the Southerneastern Sierra Ancha, Central Arizona. Contains a companion CD with figures and graphs. In collaboration with Statistical Research, Inc. Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series 198. Arizona State Museum, 2006. Soft cover oversize. $34.95

  286. Language, Culture, and Personality: Essays in Memory of Edward Sapir. Edited by Leslie Spier, A. Irving Hallowell and Stanley S. Newman. Collection of essays by noted scholars. Errata sheet. Sapir Memoral Publication Fund, 1941. Blue cloth. $25.00

  287. La Pierre, Yvette. Native American Rock Art: Messages From the Past. Illustrated by Lois Sloan. A guide for young readers on a fascinating journey into the world of the people who painted and engraved picture symbols that serve as important records of their visions, legends, and histories. Color photographs enhance this charming book. Thomasson - Grant & Lickle, 1994. Dust jacket. $17.95

  288. Lavender, Catherine J. Scientists and Storytellers: Feminist Anthropologists and the Construction of the American Southwest. Examination of a community of Columbia University-trained ethnographers, Elsie Clews Parsons, Ruth Benedict, Gladys Reichard and Ruth Underhill. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $34.95

  289. SOLD Leakey, Richard E. and Roger Lewin. Origins: What New Discoveries Reveal About the Emergence of Our Species and its Possible Future. The authors dispute popular writers who argue that human conflict has always existed, because, they say, aggression is deeply rooted in our genes. E.P. Dutton, 1978. Dust jacket. $20.00

  290. Leakey, Richard E. and Roger Lewin. People of the Lake: Mankind and Its Beginnings. Uncovers clues to our prehistoric past. 1st edition. Anchor Press, Doubleday, 1978. Dust jacket. $10.95

  291. Leaving Mesa Verde: Peril and Change in the Thirteenth-Century Southwest. Edited by Tmothy A. Kohler, Mark D. Varien, and Aaron M. Wright. Essays by noted scientists and historians that examine the timing of the depopulation of the prehistoric people in the late 13th century in the Southwest. Amrind Studies in Archaeology. University of Arizona Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $65.00

  292. Leaving Mesa Verde: Peril and Change in the Thirteenth-Century Southwest. Edited by Tmothy A. Kohler, Mark D. Varien, and Aaron M. Wright. Essays by noted scientists and historians that examine the timing of the depopulation of the prehistoric people in the late 13th century in the Southwest. Amrind Studies in Archaeology. University of Arizona Press, 2011. Soft cover. $39.95

  293. SOLD LeBlanc, Steven A. The Mimbres People: Ancient Pueblo Painters of the American Southwest. The author pioneered the campaign in the 1970s to rescue the Mimbres sites from destructgion. This book is the account of that campaign and provides information on that ancient culture, linking it with todays Pueblo Indians. Thames and Hudson, 1983. Dust jacket. $50.00

  294. SOLD LeBlanc, Steven A. Prehistoric Warfare in the American Southwest. The author presents a different picture of the prehistoric Indians - stating war, not peace, was commonplace and many sites were constructed as fortresses, with many communities destroyed and populations massacred. University of Utah Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $50.00

  295. LeBlanc, Steven A. Painted by a Distant Hand: Mimbres Pottery from the American Southwest. Presents over sixty examples of Mimbres bowls and jars, many never published before. Peabody Museum Collection Series. Peabody Museum Press of Harvard University, 2004. Soft cover. $21.95

  296. SOLD LeBlanc, Steven A. and Lucia R. Henderson. Symbols in Clay: Seeking Artists' Identities in Hopi Yellow Ware Bowls. Discusses the development of the unique and unprecendented painting style. Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology No. 84. Harvard University, 2009. Soft cover oversize. $35.00

  297. Leighton, Alexander H. Human Relations in a Changing World: Observations on the Use of the Social Sciences. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler on inside front cover. E.P.Dutton, 1949. Red cloth. $12.50

  298. Lekson, Stephen H. and Rina Swentzell. Ancient Land, Ancestral Places: Paul Logsdon in the Pueblo Southwest. Essays by Lekson and Swentzell, photographic text by Catherine M. Cameron. Logsdon flew a small plane and captured the ruins of the Four Corners and and the villages of the Rio Grande on film, creating images that reveal unique perspective on natural and man-made landscape. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1993. Dust jacket. $39.95

  299. Lekson, Stephen H., editor. The Archaeology of Chaco Canyon: An Eleventh-Century Pueblo Regional Center. School of American Research Advanced Semiar Series. This volume is one of two presenting the final scholarly publications of the Chaco Project. School of American Research Press, 2006. Soft cover. $34.95

  300. Lekson, Stephen H. A History of the Ancient Southwest. Challenges and reconfigures accepted notions of the Ancient Southwest by offering alternative interpretations. School for Advanced Research Press, 2009. Soft cover. $39.95

  301. Liebmann, Matthew. Revolt: An Archaeological History of Pueblo Resistance and Revitalization in 17th Century New Mexico. This book examines the aftermath of the uprising in colonial New Mexico, focusing on the radical changes it instigated in Pueblo culture and society. University of Arizona Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $50.00

  302. Lister, Florence C. Behind Painted Walls: Incidents in Southwestern Archaeology. This intriguing book tells the stories of the excavation, restoration, and in some cases, destruction of some of the most interesting, archaeology sites in the Southwest - all containing Kiva wall paintings - Lowry Ruin, Gran Quivira, Kuaua, Awatovi-Kawaika-a and Pottery Mound. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $35.00

  303. Lister, Florence C. & Robert H. Lister. Earl Morris & Southwestern Archaeology. Biography of an eminent field worker, detailing his daily work in the field as well as providing an understanding of the factual and theoretical problems surrounding the story of ancient man in the Southwest. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1968. Dust jacket. $30.00

  304. Lister, Florence C. & Robert H. Lister. Earl Morris & Southwestern Archaeology. Biography of an eminent field worker, detailing his daily work in the field as well as providing an understanding of the factual and theoretical problems surrounding the story of ancient man in the Southwest. 1st paper printing. Embossed seal of former owner on title page. University of New Mexico Press, 1977. Soft cover. $10.00

  305. Lister, Florence C. Pot Luck: Adventures in Archaeology. A portrait of a remarkable marriage of Florence and Robert Lister with a mix of expert knowledge, professional experience, personal reflection and wonderful writing. University of New Mexico, 1997. Soft cover. $14.95

  306. Lister, Florence C. Troweling Through Time: The First Century of Mesa Verdean Archaeology. A history of the legendary archaeologists at Mesa Verde, what they found and what it meant. Lister traces the story through the twentieth century, during which time archaeology became a science and women gained acceptance in the profession. University of New Mexico Press, 2004. Soft cover. $24.95

  307. Lister, Robert H. and Florence C. Lister. Anasazi Pottery: Ten Centuries of Prehistoric Ceramic Art in the Four Corners of the Southwestern United States.. This catalog describes and illustrates ten centuries of prehistoric southwestern pottery, as illustrated by the Earl H. Morris Memorial Pottery Collection. University of New Mexico Press. Soft cover. $18.95

  308. Lister, Robert H. and Florence C. Lister. Chaco Canyon: Archaeology and Archaeologists. This lavishly illustrated book is the first complete account of the Chacoan archaeology, from the discovery of the ruins by Spanish soldiers in the seventeenth century through the scientific analyses of the 1970s. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1981. Dust jacket. $50.00

  309. Lister, Robert H. and Florence C. Lister. Chaco Canyon: Archaeology and Archaeologists. This lavishly illustrated book is the first complete account of the Chacoan archaeology, from the discovery of the ruins by Spanish soldiers in the seventeenth century through the scientific analyses of the 1970s. University of New Mexico Press, 1999. Soft cover. $18.95

  310. Lister, Robert H. Contributions to Mesa Verde Archaeology. Results of an archaeological program accomplished by the Dept. of Anthropology, University of Colorado during the summers of 1953-1956. University of Colorado Press, 1967. Wraps. $20.00

  311. SOLD Lister, Robert H. and Florence C. Lister. The Earl H. Morris Memorial Pottery Collection. Illustrated examples of ten centuries of prehistoric ceramic art in the Four Corners Country of Southwestern United States. University of Colorado Studies Series in Anthropology No. 16. University of Colorado Press, 1969. Soft cover oversize. $30.00

  312. Lister, Robert H. and Florence C. Lister. Those Who Came Before: Southwestern Archaeology in the National Park System. Foreword by Emil W. Haury. Photographs by David Muench and George A. Grant. A summary of Southwest archaeology focuses on sites within the NPS. Second edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $45.00

  313. Lister, Robert H. and Florence C. Lister. Those Who Came Before: Southwestern Archaeology in the National Park System. Foreword by Emil W. Haury. Photographs by David Muench and George A. Grant. A summary of Southwest archaeology focuses on sites within the NPS. Southwest Parks & Monuments Association, 1989. Soft cover. $15.00

  314. Loeffler, Jack. Healing the West: Voices of Culture and Habitat. Complex tapestry of multicultural viewpoints on the theme of homeland, focusing on indigenous cultures and then addressing the role of the Colorado River and the development of the West. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $34.95

  315. newLoendorf, Chris. The Hohokam-Akimel O'odham Continuum: Sociocultural Dynamics and Projectile Point Design in the Phoenix Basin, Arizona. This new volume in the Gila River Indian Community Anthropological Research Papers series by Chris Loendorf of the GRIC Cultural Resource Management Program builds upon a previous publication in the series that described the more than 1,000 projectile points that were recovered during a survey of the community. Gila River Indian Community. Anthropological Research Papers. No. 5. University of Arizona Press, 2013. Soft cover. $24.95

  316. SOLD Loendorf, Chris and Glen E. Rice. Projectile Point Typology Gila River Indian Community, Arizona. Includes a supplemental CD. Illustrated with photographs of points. Gila River Indian Community Anthropological Research Papers No. 2. Gila River Indian Community, 2004. Soft cover. $19.95

  317. Loose, Ann A. Archeological Excavations near Arroyo Hondo Carson National Forest, New Mexico. Archaeological Report No. 4. USDA Forest Service, 1974. Stapled soft cover, oversize. $15.00

  318. Lowie, Robert H. Robert H. Lowie Ethnologist: A Personal Record. Autobiography of a noted anthropologist. 1st edition. University of California Press, 1959. Dust jacket. $17.50

  319. SOLD Lowry, Joe Dan and Joe P. Lowry. Turquoise: The World Story of a Fascinating Gemstone. Colorfully illustrated with photographs of the gems, their natural locations and images of Native American jewelry. Gibbs-Smith, 2010. Dust jacket, oversize. $75.00

  320. Lyneis, Margaret M. The Main Ridge Community at Lost City: Virgin Anasazi Architecture, Ceramics, and Burials. Anthropological Papers #117. Includes disk. University of Utah Press, 1992. Soft cover, oversize. $45.00

  321. Lyons, Patrick D. Ancestral Hopi Migrations. Anthropological Papers No. 68. Univeriversity of Arizona Press, 2004. Soft cover oversize. $19.95

  322. Maher, Thomas. Mesa Verde: The Prehistoric Cliff Dwellers and the Effect of the Supernova of 1054 AD. A look at the early prehistoric natives and the impact of the supernova. Maher, 1966. Soft cover. $20.00

  323. SOLD Malville, J. McKim. Prehistoric Astronomy in the Southwest. The authors describe the astronomical alignments at the well-known sites of Chaco Canyon and Hovenweep and present new evidence of alignments at Yellow Jacket and Chimney Rock. Johnson Books, 1989. Soft cover. $7.95

  324. Mancini, Salvatore. On the Edge of Magic: Petroglyphs and Rock Paintings of the Ancient Southwest. Foreword by Eugenia Parry Janis with introduction by Polly Schaafsma. Chronicle Books, 1996. Soft cover. $9.50

  325. Marks in Place: Contemporary Responses to Rock Art. Photographs by Linda Connor, et al. Foreword by Luc Lippard, Essays by Polly Schaafsma and Keith Davis. Photographs and text on rock paintings and petroglyphs. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1988. Dust jacket. $45.00

  326. Marks in Place: Contemporary Responses to Rock Art. Photographs by Linda Connor, et al. Foreword by Luc Lippard, Essays by Polly Schaafsma and Keith Davis. Photographs and text on rock paintings and petroglyphs. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1988. Soft cover, oblong. $15.00

  327. Marriott, Alice. Greener Fields: Experiences Among the American Indians. The story of how Marriott lived and worked and studied among American Indian tribes. Thomas Crowell, 1953. Dust jacket with spine faded. $25.00

  328. Martin, Paul S. and Fred Plog. The Archaeolgy of Arizona: A Study of the Southwest Region. Presents a summary of the prehistory of Arizona and the Southwest. 1st edition. American Museum of Natural History / Doubleday, 1973. Dust jacket. $35.00

  329. Martin, Paul S. Digging into History: A Brief Account of Fifteen Years of Archaeological Work in New Mexico. Drawings by Gustaf Dalstrom. Chicago Natural History Museum, 1963. Soft cover. $12.00

  330. Martineau, LaVan. The Rocks Begin to Speak. With photographs and illustrations, explains rock writings, idea by idea. KC Publications, 1990. Dust jacket. $24.95

  331. Mason, Ronald J. Inconstant Companions: Archaeology and North American Indian Oral Traditions. An exploration of the tension between aboriginal oral tradtions and the practice of archaeology. University of Alabama Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $50.00

  332. Matlock, Gary. Enemy Ancestors: The Anasazi World with a Guide to Sites. Photographs by Scott Warren. This book bridges the bap between the many basic books on the Anasazi and the technical publications written by and for aracheologists and anthropologists. It will assist the archair traveler. Northland Press, 1987. Soft cover oblong. $14.50

  333. Matson, R. G. and Martin P. R. Magne. Athapaskan Migrations: The Archaeology of Eagle Lake, British Columbia. Presents a sophisticated model on northern migrations based on extensive archaeological data and ethnographic research. University of Arizona Press, 2007. Casebound oversize. $65.00

  334. Matthiessen, Peter. The Tree Where Man Was Born. 1st edition. More than one hundred full-color photographs and a generous text portray the lives of wild herdsmen, stone-age aborigines, rural Africans, and the animals of the land. E.P. Dutton, 1972. Dust jacket. $25.00

  335. Maya Daykeeping: Three Calendars from Highland Guatemala. Edited by John M. Weeks, Frauke Sachse andChristian M. Prager. Partially bilingual, provides examples of Mayan literary tradition. University Press of Colorado, 2009. Dust jacket. $55.00

  336. Mayor, Adrienne. Fossil Legends of the First Americans. Drawing on historical sources, archaeology, traditional accounts, and extensive personal interviews, Mayor takes us from the Aztec and Inca fossil tales to the traditions of the Navajos, Apaches, Cheyennes and others. Princeton University Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $29.95

  337. McAllester, David P. Peyote Music. Includes music to play. Viking Fund Publications in Anthropology No. 13. New York, 1949. Stiff boards. $35.00

  338. McBrinn, Maxine. Social Identities Among Archaic Mobile Hunters and Gatherers in the American Southwest. Locations discussed are the Fresnal Shelter, Cordova Cave, Bat Cave, Tularosa Cave in New Mexico and along the Mogollon Highlands. Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series # 197. Arizona state Museum, 2005. Soft cover. $14.95

  339. SOLD McCluney, Eugene B. Clanton Draw and Box Canyon: An Interim Report on Two Prehistoric Sites in Hidalgo County, New Mexico, and Related States. Second Hidalgo Project. Monograph no. 26. School of American Research, 1962. Soft cover, oversize. $12.50

  340. McCoy, Ron. Archaeoastronomy: Skywatching in the Native Amercan Southwest. Illustrated with images of petroglyphs showing the stars, moon and sun along with Native American art. Previous owner's bookplate on the inside front cover. Plateau 63:2. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1992. Wraps, oversize. $17.50

  341. McCoy, Ronald. The Fine Young Chief: Native America's Coyote on the Colorado Plateau. Examines the Coyote in Native American culture. Illustrated. Plateau 61:1. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1990. Soft cover oversize. $5.00

  342. McGregor, John C. Southwest Archaeology. Book used by many students of archaeology. Includes new thoughts and ideas. 2nd edition. Previous owner's name on half title page. University of Illinois Press, 1965. Dust jacket. $20.00

  343. McKern, W. C. Western Colorado Petroglyphs. Edited by Douglas D. Scott. Results of a study; contains photographs and drawings. BLM Colorado, 1978. Soft cover. $20.00

  344. McNutt, Charles, . Earl Puebloan Occupations at Tesuque By-Pass and in the Upper Rio Grande Valley. Anthropological Papers, Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan No. 40. University of Michigan, 1969. Soft cover. $7.50

  345. newbook cover SOLD McPherson, Robert S. Viewing the Ancestors: Perceptions of the Anasazi, Mokwic, and Hisatsinom. A revealing pairing of the archaeological record with the oral traditions of Native peoples. University of Oklahoma Press, 2014. Dust jacket. $34.95 *

  346. Mead, Margaret. Ruth Benedict. Biography of noted anthropologist and long time friend of Mead. Columbia University Press, 1974. Dust jacket. $20.00

  347. Meighan, Clement W. Indian Art and History: The Testimony of Prehispanic Rock Paintings in Baja California. Discusses Gardner and Flechas Caves. Includes colored plates pasted in the pages. Baja California Travels Series #13. Limited to 850 copies printed by Grant Dahlstrom at the Castle Press. Dawson's Book Shop, 1969. Decorated tan cloth. $75.00

  348. Meltzer, David J. Folsom: New Archaeological Investigations of a Classic Paleoindian Bison Kill. Results of extensive new excavations and laboratory analyses with a complete examination of previous work. University of California Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $55.00

  349. Meltzer, David J. Search for the First Americans. Illustrated look at the prehistoric Indians. Exploring the Ancient World. Smithsonian 1993. Pictorial casebound. $10.00

  350. * Mesa Verde National Park: The First 100 Years. Edited by Rose Houk and Faith Marcovecchio and Duane A. Smith, Historical Consultant. Foreword by Ben Nighthorse Campbell. A beautiful photographic history of Mesa Verde, illustrated with early images, artifacts, documents and colorful photos with descriptive text. Signed by Duane Smith. Mesa Verde Museum Association and Fulcrum Publishing, 2006. Pictorial casebound with red cloth spine. Oversize. $26.95

  351. The Mesa Verde World: Explorations in Ancestral Pueblo Archaeology. Edited by David Grant Noble. Showcases new findings about the region's prehistory, environment, and archaeological history from newly discovered reservoir systems to astronomical alignments. 1st edition. Signed by editor. School of American Research Press, 2006. Soft cover. $24.95

  352. SOLD The Mesoamerican Ballgame. Edited by Vernon L. Scarborough and David R. Wilcox. Complete history of the archaeological, sociopolitical and ideological aspects of the game. University of Arizona Press, 1991. Soft cover. $15.00

  353. Miller, Darlis A. Matilda Coxe Stevenson: Pioneering Anthropologist. Biography of the first woman anthropologist to work in the Southwest. University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $29.95

  354. Mills, Barbara J. ed. Identity, Feasting, and the Archaeology of the Greater Southwest: Proceedings of the 2002 Southwest Symposium. With contributions from sociocultural and linguistic anthropolgists as well as archaeologists, this volume is the first to present case studies of social identity and feasting from throughout the Greater Southwest. University Press of Colorado, 2004. Dust jacket. $65.00

  355. Mimbres Lives and Landscapes. Edited by Margaret C. Nelson and Michelle Hegmon. A collection of illustrated essays that offer the latest archaeological research to explain what we know and what questions still remain. Contains an overview of the lives of the Mimbres, their sustenance, changing nature of leadership and meanings into the pottery designs. School for Advanced Research Press, 2010. Soft cover, oversize. $24.95

  356. Mimbres Society. Edited by Valli S. Powell-Marti and Patricia A. Gilman. This collection of eight original contributions brings new insights into previously unexplored dimensions of Mimbres society, providing a vivid example of how today's archaeologists are linking field data to social theory. University of Arizona Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $50.00

  357. Mindeleff, Victor. A Study of Pueblo Architecture in Tusayan and Cibola. Introduction by Peter Nabokov. Originally appeared in the 1891, 8th BAE Annual Report. Includes "Localization of Tusayan Clans," by Cosmos Mindeleff. Smithsonian, 1989. Soft cover. 12.00

  358. SOLD Mitchell, Douglas R. and Judy L. Brunson-Hadley, eds. Ancient Burial Practices in the American Southwest: Archaeology, Physical Anthropology, and Native American Perspectives. Using modern methods and theory and a cross-disciplinary approach, the twenty authors evaluate ancient burial practices to recreate the structure and history of major southwestern cultures, including the Hohokam, Anasazi, Sinagua, Zuni, Mogollon, and Salado. University of New Mexico Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $59.95

  359. Mitchell, Douglas R. and Judy L. Brunson-Hadley, eds. Ancient Burial Practices in the American Southwest: Archaeology, Physical Anthropology, and Native American Perspectives. Using modern methods and theory and a cross-disciplinary approach, the twenty authors evaluate ancient burial practices to recreate the structure and history of major southwestern cultures, including the Hohokam, Anasazi, Sinagua, Zuni, Mogollon, and Salado. University of New Mexico Press, 2001. Soft cover. $32.95

  360. Montgomery Awatovi Montgomery, Ross Gordon, Watson Smith and John Otis Brew. Franciscan Awatovi: The Execavation and Conjectural Reconstruction of a 17th Century Spanish Mission Establishment at a Hopi Indian Town in Northeastern Arizona. Reports of the Awatovi Expedition, Peabody Museum, Report No. 3. Peabody Museum Papers, vol. XXXVI (36). Peabody Museum, 1949. Gray paper. $95.00

  361. Moore, Sabra. Petroglyphs: Ancient Language / Sacred Art. A treasury of faithful artistic renderings of ancient native art from all regions of North America. A description accompanies each of her illustrations.1st edition. Clear Light Publishers, 1998. Dust jacket. $25.00

  362. Moorehead, Warren K. The Hopewell Mound Group of Ohio. Field Museum of Natural History Anthropological Series vol. VI:5. Individual signatures, not bound. Kraus Reprint, 1968. $15.00

  363. SOLD Moorehead, Warren K. Prehistoric Implements: A Reference Book. A description of ornaments, utensils, and implements of Pre-Columbian Man in America. Contains 621 figures, showing 3,000 speciments. Originally published in 1900. Charley G. Drake, 1978. Dust jacket. $50.00

  364. Morgan, William N. Ancient Architecture of the Southwest. Foreword by Rina Swentzell. 1st edition. This study presents the most comprehensive architectural survey of the region currently available. University of Texas Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $45.00

  365. SOLD Morris, Ann Axtell. Digging in the Southwest. Illustrated with photographs. Delightfully informal yet definitely informational story of the achievements of the New World archaeologists in their efforts to turn pre-history into history. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. 1st edition. Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1933. Yellow cloth. $50.00

  366. Morris, Elizabeth Ann. Basketmaker Caves in the Prayer Rock District, Northeastern Arizona. Anthropological Papers No. 35. University of Arizona Press, 1980. Orange soft cover. $20.00

  367. Morris, Rick, et al. Hot Nights, San Francisco Whiskey, Baking Powder and a View of the River: Life on the Southwestern Frontier. Volume 19, Chapters 13 & 14, containing references and appendices of the Transwestern Pipeline Expansion Project across the Colorado Plateau. Includes the Navajo Reservation in Arizona and New Mexico. University of New Mexico, 1994. Soft cover, oversize. $30.00

  368. SOLD Moulard, Barbara L. Ancient Origins: American Southwest Pottery: A.D. 600-1600. Introduction by J. J. Brody. Exhibit catalog with images of the 85 ceramic pieces. Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Florida, 2002. Soft cover. $30.00

  369. Moulard, Barbara L. Re-Creating the Word: Painted Ceramics of the Prehistoric Southwest. A survey of prehistoric ceramic art. Schenck Southwest Publishing, 2002. Dust jacket. $85.00

  370. SOLD Moulard, Barbara L. Within the Underworld Sky: Mimbres Ceramic Art in Context. Photographed by John Bigelow Taylor. An Iconographic interpretation with plates of Mimbres painted pottery. Twelvetrees Press, 1981. Dust jacket. $175.00

  371. Muench, David and Donald G. Pike. Anasazi: Ancient People of the Rock. Foreword by Frank Waters. In this moving book master-photographer Muench captures the stark beauty, the drama, and the mystical quality of the ruins. Matched with fascinating test by Pike which tells what is known about the Anasazi. American West Publishing, 1974. Dust jacket, wear on edges of book. $22.00

  372. Muench, David and Donald G. Pike. Anasazi: Ancient People of the Rock. Foreword by Frank Waters. In this moving book master-photographer Muench captures the stark beauty, the drama, and the mystical quality of the ruins. Matched with fascinating test by Pike which tells what is known about the Anasazi. Crown. Soft cover. $15.00

  373. Murphy, Robert F. Robert H. Lowie. A concise portrayalof the career and accomplishments of Lowie, one of America's most important ethnographers and cultural anthropologists. Leaders of Modern Anthropology series. Columbia University Press, 1972. Dust jacket. $15.00

  374. *Murray Springs: A Clovis Site with Multiple Activity Areas in the San Pedro Valley, Arizona. Edited by C. Vance Haynes, Jr. and Bruce B. Huckell. Antropological Papers of the University of Arizona No. 71. University of Arizona Press, 2007. Soft cover oversized. $24.95

  375. Nabhan, Gary Paul. Singing the Turtles to Sea: The Comcaac (Seri) Art and Science of Reptiles. This ethnobiology contains valuable information on the origins, biogeography and conservation status of the marine and desert reptiles of the region and links the importance of preserving ecological diversity with issues such as endangered languages and human rights. University of California Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $34.95

  376. Naroll, Raoul and Ronald Cohen, eds. A Handbook of Method in Cultural Anthropology. Selections by anthropologists and behavioral scientists on how to conduct research. Columbia University Press, 1973. Soft cover, oversize. $8.00

  377. SOLD Nash, Stephen Edward. Time, Trees, and Prehistory: Tree-Ring Dating and the Development of North American Archaeology, 1914-1950. The development of dendrochronology forced archaeologists to radically revise their understanding of the prehistoric past. This volume examines archaeological practices and the changes that occurred. University of Utah Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $35.00

  378. Native American Astronomy. Edited by Anthony F. Aveni. A collection of essays exploring the astronomical knowledge and beliefs of pre-Columbian peoples in the Americas. University of Texas Press, 1979. Dust jacket. $25.00

  379. Native Americans and the Environment: Perspectives on the Ecological Indian. Edited with an introduction by Michael E. Harkin and David Rich Lewis. Interdisciplinary group of prominent scholars that explore related historical and contemporary themes and issues involving Native Americans and the environment. University of Nebraska Press, 2007. Soft cover. $24.95

  380. Neitzel, Jill E., ed. Great Towns and Regional Polities in the Prehistoric American Southwest and Southeast. A collection of archaeological essays in the Amerind Foundation series, examining the socio-political developments in the prehistorical American Southwest. Amerind Foundation Publication, 1999. Dust jacket. $75.00

  381. Nelson, Margaret C. Mimbres During the Twelfth Century: Abandonment, Continuity, and Reorganization. While most scholars view abandonment in terms of failed settlements, Nelson shows that, for the Mimbres, abandonment of individual communities did not necessarily imply abandonment of regions. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $35.00

  382. Neuzil, Anna A. In the Aftermath of Migration: Renegotiating Ancient Identity in Southeastern Arizona. Anthropological Papers of No. 73. University of Arizona Press, 2008. Soft cover. $17.95

  383. New Perspectives on Pottery Mound Pueblo. Edited by Polly Schaafsma. A collection of essays by contemporary scholars on the Mound Pueblo site (located in New Mexico's Rio Puerco area) murals, rock art, pottery, textiles and archaeofaunal remains. University of New Mexico Press, 2007. Dust jacket, oversize. $55.00

  384. Ninnemann, John L. Canyon Spirits: Beauty and Power in the Ancestral Puebloan World. Photographs by John Ninnemann, essays by Stephen H. Lekson and J. McKim Malville with a foreword by Florence C. Lister. The beauty of the canyons and mesas of the Colorado Plateau and the lives of the people that once occupied these now nearly empty places are the subject of the eighty-five black and white photographs and accompanying essays. University of New Mexico Press, 2005. Soft cover. $24.95

  385. Noble, David Grant. Ancient Ruins of the Southwest: An Archaeological Guide. Maps, photographs, updated text and listing of new sites makes this an indispensable guide to the ruins of the American Southwest. Northland, 2000. Soft cover. $15.95

  386. SOLD Noble, David Grant, ed. The Hohokam: Ancient People of the Desert. Leading Hohokam scholars write for the nonspecialist on the lives of the Hohokam in their desert environment, commenting on their crafts, rock art, religion and history of archaeological study. SAR Press, 1991. Soft cover. $13.95

  387. SOLD Noble, David Grant, ed. In Search of Chaco: New Approaches to an Archaeological Enigma. School of American Research, 2004. Soft cover. $24.95

  388. Norcini, Marilyn. Edward P. Dozier: The Paradox of the American Indian Anthropolgist. Foreword by Peter M. Whiteley. Biography of the first American Indian to establish a career as an academic anthropologist. University of Arizona Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $45.00

  389. SOLD Nordenskiold, Gustaf. The Cliff Dwellers of the Mesa Verde, Southwestern Colorado: Their Pottery and Implements. This report, originally published in 1893, is the first major record of archeological work in the United States. Nordenskiold in one summer made the recovery and study of Pueblo artifacts a scientific discipline and set the basic structure of archeological investigations in the Mesa Verde culture area for all scientists who have worked here during the last century. Includes 64 photographs and numerous illustrations. Rio Grande Press, 1979. Green cloth over boards with blue gilt lettering & red gilt border. $50.00

  390. Nordenskiold, Gustaf and Liz Bauer. Gustaf Nordenskiold: Pioneer Archaeologist of Mesa Verde. Exhibit catalog detailing artifacts and history surrounding Mesa Verde and Nordenskiold. National Park Service, 1991. Wraps, oblong. $15.00

  391. Nordenskiold, Gustaf. Letters of Gustaf Nordenskiold Written in the Year 1891 and Articles from the Journals Ymer and The Photographic Times. Edited by Irving L. Diamond and Daniel M. Olson, translated from the Swedish. Provides insight into the man who helped excavate Mesa Verde. Mesa Verde Museum Association, 1991. Soft cover. $10.00

  392. Nusbaum, Rosemary. Tierra Dulce: Reminiscences from the Jesse Nusbaum Papers. Story of one of America's leading archaeologists and who made Mesa Verde a piece of living history.1st edition. Sunstone Press, 1980. Soft cover. $10.00

  393. Oetteking, Bruno. The Skeleton From Mesa House: A Physical Investigation. Southwest Museum Papers no. 5. Some water damage and staining on top edges. Reprint. Southwest Museum, 1970. Wraps. $7.50

  394. Olsen, Stanley J. and Richard Page Wheeler. Bones from Awatovi, Northeastern Arizona. Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, volume 70, Nos. 1 & 2. Harvard University, 1978. Soft cover. $25.00

  395. Olson, Alan P. Archaeology of the Arizona Public Service Company 345KV Line. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin No. 46. Stamp on cover "Received Sep 2 1971 Chairman of the Board" NorthernArizona Society of Science and Art, 1971. Soft cover, oversize. $15.00

  396. Olson, John & Casidy. Bandelier National Monument: Home of the Ancestral Pueblo People. Illustrated with colorful photographs, this is a brief history of the monument and people. Schiffer, 2005. Oversize soft cover. $12.95

  397. O'Mack, Scott, Scott Thompson and Eric Eugene Klucas. Little River: An Overview of the Cultural Resources for the Rio Antiguo Feasibility Study, Pima County, Arizona. Statistical Research Inc., 2004. Soft cover oversize. $27.50

  398. O'Mack, Scott and Eric Eugene Klucas. San Xavier to San Agustin: An Overview of Cultural Resources for the Paseo de las Iglesias Feasibility Study, Pima County, Arizona. Statistical Research, Inc., 2004. Soft cover oversize. $27.50

  399. Oppelt, Norman T. Earth Water and Fire: The Prehistoric Pottery of Mesa Verde. Illustrated guide to the pottery, design and manufacture. Johnson Books, 1991. Soft cover. $12.95

  400. Origins of the Nuu: Archaeology in the Mixteca Alta, Mexico. Combining older finds with new data on 1,000 previously undescribed arachaeological sites, this book presents the cultural evolution of the Mixteca Alta in an up-to-date chronological framework. University Press of Colorado, 2008. Dust jacket. $65.00

  401. Outline of Cultural Materials. George P. Murdock and others. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler on inside front cover. 4th Revised edition, 5th printing with modifications. Human Relations Area Files, 1971. Gray soft cover, oversize. $20.00

  402. newPaleoamerican Origins: Beyond Clovis. Edited by Robson Bonnichsen, Bradley T. Lepper, Dennis Stanford and Michael R. Waters. Presents 23 up-to-date syntheses of important topics surrounding the debate over the initial prehistoric colonization of the Americas. Peopling of the Americas Publications. Texas A&M University Press, 2013. Soft cover. $45.00

  403. Palmer, Douglas. Prehistoric Past Revealed: The Four Billion Year History of Life on Earth. Combines both the history of man and earth. Illustrated. University of California Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $29.95

  404. Parezo, Nancy J. and Don D. Fowler. Anthropology Goes to the Fair: The 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Takes readers thru the 1904 Exposition to see how anthropology showcased itself through programs, displays and living exhibits for millions of people. University of Nebraska Press, 2007. Soft cover. $29.95

  405. Papers on the Archaeology of Black Mesa, Arizona. Edited by George J. Gumerman and Robert C. Euler. This is the third volume in the Black Mesa series, presenting the results of eight years of investigative survey and excavation on Black Mesa within the Navajo Hopi reservations. Southern Illinois University Press, 1976. Dust jacket. $15.00

  406. SOLD Parsons, Elsie Clews. Hopi and Zuni Ceremonialism. From the American Anthropological Association. Discusses the function of curing in the Hopi society and the function of weather-control. Kraus Reprint Corporation, 1964. Wraps. $17.50

  407. Parsons, Elsie Clews. The Social Organization of the Tewa of New Mexico. Includes color plates, maps and charts. Memoirs of the American Anthropological Association #36. 1929. Stiff brown cover, but back cover off, charts still in tact. $100.00

  408. Parsons, Elsie Clews. Waiyautitsa of Zuni, New Mexico. Article reprinted from the Scientific Monthly, November, 1919. Wraps showing age. $10.00

  409. Patterson-Rudolph, Carol. On the Trail of Spider Woman: Petroglyphs, Pictographs, and Myths of the Southwest. The stories of Spider Women, as mythologized by the Hopi, Navajo and Keresan Pueblo, are woven together and examined at various petroglyph sites. Ancient City Press, 1997. Soft cover, small tear on top of spine. $16.95

  410. Peace, William J. Leslie A. White: Evolution and Revolution in Anthropology. The life of a controversial and influential figure involved in the enthnographic works about the Pueblo Indians. University of Nebraska Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $55.00

  411. Peck, Mary. Chaco Canyon: A Center and Its World. Photographys by Mary Peck, essays by Stephen H. Lekson, John R. Stein, and Simon J. Ortiz. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $35.00

  412. Peck, Mary. Chaco Canyon: A Center and Its World. Photographys by Mary Peck, essays by Stephen H. Lekson, John R. Stein, and Simon J. Ortiz. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1994. Soft cover. $15.00

  413. Peckham, Stewart. From This Earth: The Ancient Art of Pueblo Pottery. Photographys by Mary Peck. Follows the early pottery-making traditions from the utility wares of the Mogollon and Anasazi Indians to the contemporary Pueblo Indians of the Rio Grande Valley. Illustrated with examples of the prehistoric pots. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1990. Soft cover with some wear. $39.95

  414. Pecos Ruins: Geology, Archaeology, History and Prehistory. Edited by David Grant Noble. Guides the visitor, student or armchair archaeologist through the centuriesat Pecos Pueblo; filled with photographs. Ancient City Press, 1993. Wraps oversize. $6.95

  415. Pendejo Cave. Edited by Richard S. MacNeish and Jane G. Libby. This account of the archaeology of a cave in southern New Mexico mades a dramatic contribution to the ongoing debate over how long human beings have lived in the Americas. University of New Mexico Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $85.00

  416. Pepper, George H. Pueblo Bonito. Preface by David E. Stuart. Originally published in 1920, describes the earliest archaeological investigations of Pueblo Bonito. University of New Mexico Press, 1996. Dust jacket. $35.00

  417. Pepper, George H. Pueblo Bonito. Preface by David E. Stuart. Originally published in 1920, describes the earliest archaeological investigations of Pueblo Bonito. University of New Mexico Press, 1996. Soft cover with UNM stamp on bottom edge. $15.00

  418. Perspectives in American Indian Culture Change. Edited by Edward H. Spicer. Six scholarly studies on the Rio Grande Pueblos, Yaqui, Mandan, Navajo, Wasc-Wishram and Kwakiutl. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. University of Chicago Press, 1961. Dust jacket with minor wear. $20.00

  419. Perspectives on Southwestern Prehistory. Edied by Paul E. Minnis and Charles L. Redman. Brings together researchers from across the Greater Southwest to examine hunters andgatherers, transitions to sedentism, presence of regional systems and the history of southwestern archaeology. Limited marking in the book primarily pencil, but one mark in pen. From the Robert Euler collection. Westview Press, 1990. Soft cover. $100.00

  420. Petersen, Kenneth Lee. Climate and the Dolores River Anasazi: A Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction from a 10,000 Year Pollen Record, La Plata Mountains, Southwestern Colorado. University of Utah Anthropological Papers No. 113. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. University of Utah Press, 1988. Soft cover, oversize. $30.00

  421. Petroglyph National Monument: Teacher's Guide Grades K-8. Compiled by Karen O'Brien and Robin White. Environmental education, observation & awareness,cultural understanding petroglyphs of the monument in New Mexico. Southwest Parks Monuments Association, 1997. Oversize spiral bound. $12.95

  422. SOLD Pictographs in Central Montana Part II and Part III. Anthropology and Sociological Papers no. 21. Contains color illustrations. Montana State University, 1960. Oversize wraps. $12.50

  423. Pinkley, Edna Townsley. Casa Grande: The Greatest Valley Pueblo of Arizona. Early work on this site, with photographs. Arizona Archaeological and Historial Scoiety, 1926. Stiff decorated wraps. $15.00

  424. Place, Chuck. Ancient Walls: Indian Ruins of the Southwest. Photographer Chuck Place captures the mysterious beauty of the ancient walls in this collection of color photographs of Southwestern landscape, ruins and rock art, all from sites now preserved by the National Park Service. An interpretative essay text was written by naturalist Susan Lamb. Fulcrum Publishing, 1992. Dust jacket. $34.95

  425. Place, Chuck. Ancient Walls: Indian Ruins of the Southwest. Photographer Chuck Place captures the mysterious beauty of the ancient walls in this collection of color photographs of Southwestern landscape, ruins and rock art, all from sites now preserved by the National Park Service. An interpretative essay text was written by naturalist Susan Lamb. Fulcrum Publishing, 1992. Soft cover. $19.95

  426. Potters and Communities of Practice: Glaze Paint and Ploychrome Pottery in the American Southwest, A.D. 1250-1700. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona No. 75. Linda S. Cordell and Judith A. Habicht-Mauche, Editors. University of Arizona Press, 2012. Soft cover. $19.95.

  427. Powell, Shirley. Mobility and Adaptation: the Anasazi of Black Mesa, Arizona. Previous owner's nam stamped on front endsheet. Southern Illinois Universiy Pres, 1983. Dark blue cloth. $15.00

  428. SOLD Powers, Robert P., ed. The Peopling of Bandelier: New Insights from the Archaeology of the Pajarito Plateau. In this extensively illustrated book, nineteen archaeologists, historians, ecologists, and Pueblo contributors tell a deep and sweeping story of the region. 1st edition. School of American Research Press, 2005. Soft cover. $24.95

  429. Prehistoric Culture Change on the Colorado Plateau: Ten Thousand Years on Black Mesa. Edited by Shirley Powell and Francis E. Smiley. This single comprehensive work summarizes the results of intensive survey, excavation and analysis for the Peabody Coal Company's Black Mesa Archaeological Project. University of Arizona Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $50.00

  430. SOLD The Prehistoric Pueblo World A.D. 1150-1350. Edited by Michael A. Adler. Essential reference for anyone interested in the Pueblo III period in the Southwestern prehistory, including such topics as regional integration. University of Arizona Press, 1996. Soft cover. $24.95

  431. SOLD The Prehistory of the Marsh Station Road Site (AZ EE: 22:44 [ASM]), Cienega Creek, Southeastern Arizona. Edited by John C. Ravesloot, Michael J. Boley, and Melanie A. Medeiros. Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series 202. Arizona State Museum, 2011. Soft cover, oversize. $29.95

  432. SOLD Preservation on the Reservation: Native Americans, Native American Lands andArchaeology. Edited by Anthony L. Klesert and Alan S Downer. Different articles on aspects of preservation, including the role of state and tribal governments, tribal sovereignty, CRM and rights. Navajo Nation Papers in Anthropology No. 26. Bookplate of Robert C. Eucler. Navajo Nation, 1990. Soft cover, oversize. $35.00

  433. Price, Michael H. and George E. Turner. The Ancient Southwest & Other Dispatches From a Cruel Frontier. Foreword by Arthur B. Busbey. Illustrated snippets of information, set up like a newspaper cartoon. TCU Press, 2005. Soft cover. $14.95

  434. SOLD Pueblo Bonito: Center of the Chacoan World. Edited by Jill E. Neitzel. Extensively illustrated volume commemorates the centennial of the firstlarge-scale excavation at Pueblo Bonito, the most famous ruin in New Mexico's Chaco National Park. Smithsonian Books, 2003. Soft cover, oversize. $27.95

  435. Redman, Charles L. People of the Tonto Rim: Archaeological Discovery in Prehistoric Arizona. Examines the excavations of Southwestern prehistoric society, including the Shoofly Village. Smithsonian, 1993.Dust jacket. $39.95

  436. Redman, Charles L. People of the Tonto Rim: Archaeological Discovery in Prehistoric Arizona. Examines the excavations of Southwestern prehistoric society, including the Shoofly Village. Smithsonian, 1993. Soft cover with minor wear. $15.00

  437. Redman, Charles L. Research and Theory in Current Archeology. Collection of papers by outstanding scholars in the field examining the prcedures and controversies of modern archaeology. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. Wiley, 1973. Soft cover, minor wear. $10.00

  438. Reid, Jefferson and Stephanie Whittlesey. Prehistory, Personality, and Place: Emil W. Haury and the Mogollon Controversy. Tells the story of the remarkable individuals who discovered the Mogollon culture, fought to validate it and eventually resolved the controversy. University of Arizona Press, 2010. Soft cover. $19.95

  439. Reid, Jefferson and Stephanie Whittlesey. Thirty Years into Yesterday: A History of Archaeology at Grasshopper Pueblo. For 30 years, the University of Arizona Archaeological Field School probed the past, taught scholars and generated controversy; this book offers an extraordinary window into a changing American archaeology. University of Arizona Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $35.00

  440. Religious Transformation in the Late Pre-Hispanic Pueblo World. Edited by Donna M. Glowacki and Scott Van Keuren. A collection of essays that give more attention to the central role of religion during these transformative periods beginning in the mid-thirteenth century. Amerind Studies in Archaeology. University of Arizona Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $60.00

  441. Rice, Glen and others. A Sample Survey of Tusayan Planning Unit 1, Kaibab National Forest, Arizona. OCRM Report 34. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. Final written on cover. Dept. of Anthropology, ASU, 1979. Stapled, oversize. $10.00

  442. Riggs, Charles R. The Architecture of Grasshopper Pueblo. Discussion on the Mogollon culture. 1st edition. University of Utah Press, 2001. $40.00

  443. Riley, Carroll L. The Frontier People: The Greater Southwest in the Protohistoric Period. Revised and expanded edition. Significant contribution to anthropolgical and historical studies with added features as index photographs, appendeices and a chapter on La Junta Province. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1987. Dust jacket. $35.00

  444. Rinaldo, John B. Notes on the Origins of Historic Zuni Culture. Kiva 29:4. 1964. Wraps. $8.00

  445. Rippeteau, Bruce Estes. A Colorado Book of the Dead: The Prehistoric Era. Fall 1978 issue of The Colorado Magazine on the early prehistoric Indians of Colorado. Soft cover. $6.00

  446. SOLD Ritual Beauty: Art of the Ancient Americas. Exhibition catalog at the University of Arizona Museum of Art, 2008-2009, curated by Joanne Stuhr. Illustrated with photographs showing artifacts from around the world. University of Arizona Press, 2008. Dust jacket oblong. $75.00

  447. Rivinus, E. F. and E. M. Youssef. Spencer Baird of the Smithsonian. Biography of the second secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, the first U.S. commissioner of fish and fisheries supervisor of the BAE and first director of the U.S. National Museum. Smithsonian, 1992. Dust jacket. $25.00

  448. Robbins, Wilfred William, John Peabody Harrington and Barbara Freire-Marreco. Ethnobotany of the Tewa Indians. Contains information on the various plants, including scientific and Native name, qualities of the plant and uses. Includes drawings, photographs and fold-out map. BAE Bulletin No. 55. GPO, 1916. Olive green cloth with minor wear. $25.00

  449. Roberts, David. In Search of the Old Ones: Exploring the Anasazi World of the Southwest. Reexamination of the history, culture and architecture of the Anasazi as well as relive the moment when Wetherill wandered into Mesa Verde. Simon & Schuster, 1996. Dust jacket. $24.00

  450. Roberts, David. Sandstone Spine: Seeking the Anasazi on the First Traverse of the Comb Ridge. Photographs by Greg Child. The tale of three friends on an adventurous journey on the Navajo Reservation. Mountaineers Books, 2006. Dust jacket. $24.95.

  451. *Rohn, Arthur H. and William M. Ferguson. Puebloan Ruins of the Southwest. Offers a complete picture of Puebloan culture from its prehistoric beginnings through twenty-five hundred years of growth and change, ending with the modern-day Pueblo Indians of New Mexico and Arizona. Beautiful color photographs illustrate the various locations. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Dust jacket, oversize. $60.00

  452. Roper, Donna C. and Elizabeth P. Pauls, eds. Plains Earthlodges: Ethnographic and Archaeological Perspectives. Collection of papers that explores current research in Plains earthlodges, considering a variety of Plains tribes, including the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Cheyenne. University of Alabama Press, 2005. Soft cover. $29.95

  453. SOLD Russell, Frank. The Pima Indians. Printed as a complete section from the 26th Annual BAE. Includes plates of images of the Pima, their crafts and their land. GPO, 1908. Green cloth, with staining and loose hinge. $85.00

  454. Russell, Frank. The Pima Indians. Re-edition with introduction, citation sources and bibliography by Bernard L. Fontana. Originally published in the 26th Annual BAE. Includes plates of reduced images of the Pima, their crafts and their land. A great source of information on the Pima. University of Arizona Press, 1975. Soft cover. $25.00

  455. Russell, Sharman Apt. When the Land was Young: Reflections on American Archaeology. Perspective on the world of archaeoloy, the nature of time and the evolution of our species. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. Addison-Wesley, 1996. Dust jacket. $10.00 *

  456. Russell, Virgil Y. Indian Artifacts: Completely revised and enlarged. With pen sketches by Stella L. Russell. 4th edition of this important reference book with images of arrowheads, and other stone implements. Essay on collecting. Johnson Publishing, 1962. Dust jacket with wear and tears on edges and spine faded. $17.50

  457. book cover Sagstetter, Beth and Bill. The Cliff Dwellings Speak: Exploring the Ancient Ruins of the Greater American Southwest. Illustrated history allows the reader to explore the forgotten places of the past. 1st edition. BenchMark Publishing, 2010. Soft cover oversize. $24.95

  458. Saner, Reg. Reaching Keet Seel: Ruin's Echo and the Anasazi. University of Utah Press, 1998. Soft cover. $14.95

  459. Scarborough, Vernon L. The Flow of Power: Ancient Water Systems and Landscapes. Integrates multiple case studies of the relationship between water control and social organization. Locations discussed include the American Southwest, highland Mexico, the Maya lowlands and South Asia. School of American Research, 2003. Soft cover. $27.95

  460. SOLD Schaafsma, Polly. Indian Rock Art of the Southwest. This comprehensive study of carvings and paintings on stone by Native Americans surveys the rock art of Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, northern Mexico and West Texas from 2,000 BC to the nineteenth century. A School of American Research Book. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1980. Dust jacket with minor wear. $75.00

  461. Schaafsma, Polly. Indian Rock Art of the Southwest. This comprehensive study of carvings and paintings on stone by Native Americans surveys the rock art of Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, northern Mexico and West Texas from 2,000 BC to the nineteenth century. A School of American Research Book. University of New Mexico Press, 1995. Soft cover, spin sunned. $35.00

  462. Schaafsma, Polly. Rock Art in New Mexico. A fully revised and expanded edition. Principal photography by Karl Kernberger and Curtis F. Schaafsma. An up-to-date comprehensive volume. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1992. Soft cover. $29.95

  463. SOLD Schaafsma, Polly. The Rock Art of Utah: A Study from the Donald Scott Collection. Filled with illustrations and maps. Originally published as a Peabody Museum Paper in 1971. University of Utah Press, 1994. Soft cover. $19.95

  464. Schaafsma, Polly. Warrior, Shield, and Star: Imagery and Ideology of Pueblo Warfare. This book demolishes the "peaceful farmer" model of the Pueblos and the idea that Pueblo Indians developed in isolation from Mesoamerica. 1st edition. Western Edge Press, 2000. Soft cover. $24.95

  465. SOLD Schlanger, Sarah H., ed. Traditions, Transitions, and Technologies: Themes in Southwestern Archaeology. Selected essays that offer diverse perspectives on Southwestern archaeology. University Press of Colorado, 2002. Dust jacket. $45.00

  466. Schneider David M. and John M. Roberts. Zuni Kin Terms and Zuni Daily Life. Note book No 3. Laboratory of Anthropology. University of Nebraska, 1956. $20.00

  467. Schroeder, Albert H. and Homer F. Hastings. Montezuma Castle National Monument, Arizona. National Park Service Historical Handbook. Photographic narrative of the site. National Park Service, 1961 reprint of 1958 edition. Soft cover. $4.50

  468. Schroeder, Albert H. Of Men and Volcanoes: The Sinagua of Northern Arizona. Edited by Earl Jackson. Good introduction to the prehistoric people. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1977. Soft cover. $17.50

  469. Schulman, Edmund. Tree-Ring Hydrology in Southern California. University of Arizona Bulletin vol. XVIII, No. 3. University of Arizona, 1947. Wraps with tear on front cover. $5.00

  470. Schwartz, Douglas W. On the Edge of Splendor: Exploring Grand Canyon's Human Past. A look at the various early cultures at the Grand Canyon. School of American Research. Soft cover, oversize with minor rubbing. $12.50

  471. Secrets of Casas Grandes: Precolumbian Art & Archaeology of Northern Mexico. Edited by Melissa S. Powell. Explores the ceremic tranditions of this precolumbian culture with extensive color plates of pottery and sculptural effigy vessels representing animal, human, and supernatural forms. Featuring the ceramic collection of the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture / Laboratory of Anthropology. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2006. Soft cover, oversize. $29.95

  472. Schaefer, Jack. Adolphe Francis Alphonse Bandelier. Biographical sketch of the Southwest anthropologist. Western Americana No. 7. Press of the Territorian, 1966. Wraps. $15.00

  473. Shafer, Harry J. Mimbres Archaeology at the NAN Ranch Ruin. Shafer offers new information and interpretations of the rise and disappearance of the ancient Mimbres cultre. The NAN Ranch site gives evidence of a fascinating restructuring of the Mimbres culture and society. University of New Mexico Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $65.00

  474. Shapiro, Jason S. Before Santa Fe: Archaeology of the City Different. Study of this New Mexico location from Paleoindians to more recent times. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $39.95

  475. Shaw, George Everett. Art of the Ancestors: Antique North American Indian Art. With contributions from Steven C. Brown, Benson L. Lanford, and Bill Mercer. Made by artisans across the North American continent between 200 B.C. and the early twentieth century. Aspen Art Museum, 2004. Dust jacket. $65.00

  476. Shepard, Anna O. Ceramics for the Archaeologist. Includes a foreword to the fifth printing on the study of Ceramics from 1954 to 1964. Chapter on Pottery Classification has yellow lighting. 6th printing. Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1968. Rose soft cover. $45.00

  477. Shetrone, Henry C. “A Unique Prehistoric Irrigation Project.” Reprinted from Ohio Journal of Science, September, 1944. Wrps. $20.00

  478. SOLD Simms, Steven R. Traces of Fremont: Society and Rock Art in Ancient Utah. This volume offers an innovative model of Fremont society, politics and world view, using rock art. Simms describes how a stypical Fremont hamlet or residential area might have looked a thousand years ago. University of Utah Press, 2010. Soft cover, oversize. $24.95

  479. SOLD Skeletal Biology and Bioarchaeology of the Northwestern Plains. Edited by George W. Gill and Rick L. Weathermon with a foreword by William M. Bass. Prehistory and early history of the northwestern Plains as told by human bones is vivid and dramatic. This book helps clarify the picture emerging from skeletal studies. University of Utah Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $50.00

  480. SOLD Slifer, Dennis. The Serpent and the Sacred Fire: Fertility Images in Southwest Rock Art. Illustrated with photographs and drawings. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2000. Soft cover. $16.95

  481. Slifer, Dennis. Signs of Life: Rock Art of the Upper Rio Grande. Over 200 photos and illustrations show the ancient images of the prehistoric cultures of this region. Ancient City Press, 1998. Soft cover. $25.00

  482. Smiley, Terah L., Stanley A. Stubbs, and Bryant Bannister. A Foundation for the Dating of some Late Archaeological Sitesin the Rio Grande Area, New Mexico: Based on Studies in Tree-Ring Methods and Pottery Analyses. University of Arizona Bulletin vol. XXIV, No. 3. With map. University of Arizona Press, 1953. Wraps. $20.00

  483. Smith, Duane A. Mesa Verde National Park: Shadows of the Centuries. rev. edition. Will inform historians, satisfy park administrators, and titillate the general public. Signed by the author. University Press of Kansas, 1988. Soft cover. $12.95

  484. Smith, Harriet. Prehistoric People of Illinois. Report on all the groups dating from the Mastadon hunters in 10,000 B.C. to the settlers in Illinois since 1673. Field Museum of Natural History, 1967. Wraps. $10.00

  485. Smith, Watson, Richard and Nathalie Woodbury. The Excavation of Hawikuh by Frederick Webb Hodge: Report of the Hendricks-Hodge Expedition 1917-1923. Includes charts and illustrations. Contributions... vol. XX. Museum of the American Indian Heye Foundation, 1966. Tan stiff boards. $55.00

  486. Smith, Watson. Excavations in Big Hawk Valley. 1st edition limited to 700 copies. Appendix by George Ennis. Further contributions on a group of sites lying a few miles west of the Citadel ruin on the Wupatki Monument. Northern Arizona Society of Science and Art, 1952. Wraps. $35.00

  487. Smith, Watson. Kiva Mural Decorations at Awatovi and Kawaika-a with a survey of other Wall Paintings in the Pueblo Southwest. New introduction by Steven A. LeBlanc. Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology No. 37. Reports of the Awatovi Expedition No. 5. Reprint. Harvard University, 2005. Orange paper boards with black spine. $75.00

  488. SOLD Smith, Watson. Painted Ceramics of the Western Mound at Awatovi. Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology No. 38. Reports of the Awatovi Expedition No. 8. Harvard University, 1971. Orange soft cover. $65.00

  489. SOLD Smith, Watson. Prehistoric Kivas of Antelope Mesa Northeastern Arizona. Reports of the Awatovi Expedition No. 9. Peabody Museum of Arachaeology and Ethnology, 1972. Orange binding. $45.00

  490. Smith-Savage, Sheron and Robert J. Mailouf, eds. Rock Art of the Chichuahuan Desert Borderlands. Includes papers presented at the First Trans-Pecos Rock Art Symposium, Alpine Texas, February 1995. Sul Ross State University, 1998. Soft cover. $20.00

  491. Snead, James E. Ancestral Landscapes of the Pueblo World. The author uses landscape archaeology to understand the ancestral Pueblo communites of northern Rio Grande country of New Mexico. University of Arizona Press, 2008. $45.00

  492. Snead, James E. Ruins and Rivals: The Making of Southwest Archaeology. Snead helps us understand the historical development of archaeology in the Southwest from the 1890s to the 1920s and its relationship with the popular conception of the region. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $35.00

  493. Snead, James E. Ruins and Rivals: The Making of Southwest Archaeology. Snead helps us understand the historical development of archaeology in the Southwest from the 1890s to the 1920s and its relationship with the popular conception of the region. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 2003. Soft cover. $17.95

  494. SOLD Snodgrass, O.T. Realistic Art and Times of the Mimbres Indians. Illustrated study of the pottery and artifacts. Signed by the author. University of Colorado Museum Collection, 1977. Blue ovesize soft cover with minor fading on spine. $100.00

  495. SOLD Snyder, Ernest E. Prehistoric Arizona. A guide to the various prehistoric Indian tribe sites in the state. Golden West Publishers, 1987. Soft cover. $7.50

  496. The Social Life of Pots: Glaze Wares and Cultural Dynamics in the Southwest, AD 1250 - 1680. Edited by Judith A. Habicht-Mauche, Suzanne L. Eckert, and Deborah L. Huntley. Through the study of pottery, archaeologists are begining to understand that pots had "social lives" and can help understand the social lives of Puebloan peoples. University of Arizona Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $50.00

  497. Social Violence in the Prehispanic American Southwest. Edited by Deborah L. Nichols and Patricia L. Crown. Recent research has generated multiple interpretations about the forms, intensity,and underlying causes. The editors have gathered contributions from a variety of disciplines to examine social violence. University of Arizona Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $60.00

  498. SOLD Southwestern Culture History: Collected Papers in Honor of Albert H. Schroeder. Edited by Charles H. Lange. Contributors include Paul Ezell, Robert Euler, Henry Dobyns, Marc Simmons and Rich Woodbury on such topics as ballcourts and ceramics. Archaeological Scoiety of New Mexico, 1985. Soft cover oversize with minor wear. $45.00

  499. Southwestern Pithouse Communities, AD 200-900. Edited by Lisa C. Young and Sarah A. Herr. A collection of essays by archaeologists who explore the development of communities using information from pithouse sites in the American Southwest. University of Arizona Press, 2012. Dust jacket, oversize. $55.00

  500. SOLD Squaw Peak Parkway Archaeology. Research done for the City of Phoenix Pueblo Grande Museum, 1986. Illustrated. Wraps. $7.50

  501. Stallings, W. S. Dating Prehistoric Ruins by Tree-Rings. General Series, Bulletin No. 8. Former owners name on front cover. Black stain (line) on front cover. Laboratory of Anthropology, 1939. Wraps. $8.00

  502. SOLD Steen, Charlie R., Lloyd M. Pierson, et al. Archeological Studies at Tonto National Monument, Arizona. Appendix by Erik K. Reed, edited by Louis R. Caywood. Southwestern Monuments Association Technical Serices vol. 2. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. Southwestern Monuments Association, 1962. Soft cover, showing wear. $25.00

  503. Steinbach, Tom, Sr. Mimbres Classic Mysteries: Reconstructing a Lost Culture Through its Pottery. An appealing and accessible compilation in an easy-to-browse format. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2002. Soft cover. $26.00

  504. Steinbach, Tom, Sr. Mimbres Classic Mysteries: Reconstructing a Lost Culture Through its Pottery. An appealing and accessible compilation in an easy-to-browse format. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $35.00

  505. SOLD Stevenson, Matilda Coxe. The Zuni Indians. Reprint, 23rd Annual Report Bureau of American Ethnology, 1901-1902. Rio Grande Press, 1970. $110.00

  506. Steward, Julian H. Theory of Culture Change: the Methodology of Multilinear Evolution. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. Missing front endsheet; Prescott Colllege stamp on edges. University of Illinois Press, 1955. Decorated cloth. $10.00

  507. Stiger, Mark. Hunter-Gatherer Archaeology of the Colorado High Country. 1st edition. University Press of Colorado, 2001. Dust jacket. $55.00

  508. Strategic intervention in the cultural change process : a report to the Office of Technical Cooperation and Research, U. S. Agency for International Development / by Henry F. Dobyns and others..... Cornell University, 1967. Soft cover, oversize. $10.00

  509. Strutin, Michele. Chaco: A Cultural Legacy. Photography by George H. H. Huey. A history of the Chaco Culture National Historical Park. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1994. Soft cover. $9.95

  510. Stuart, David E. Anasazi America: Seventeen Centuries on the Road from Center Place. Survey of the rise and collapse of the Chaco phenomenon, based on extraordinary findings. University of New Mexico Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $40.00 *

  511. Stuart, David E. Anasazi America: Seventeen Centuries on the Road from Center Place. Survey of the rise and collapse of the Chaco phenomenon, based on extraordinary findings. University of New Mexico Press, 2000. Soft cover. $19.95 *

  512. Stuart, David E. The Ancient Southwest: Chaco Canyon, Bandelier, and Mesa Verde. Updated information from his Glimpses of the Ancient Southwest, including recently discovered information about these ruins. This revised edition also includes a new epilogue and two new essays. University of New Mexico Press, 2009. Soft cover. $19.95

  513. SOLD Stuart, David E. Pueblo Peoples on the Pajarito Plateau: Archaeology and Effciency. Lively overview of the archaeology of northern New Mexico's Pajarito Plateau which argues that Bandelier National Monument became the Southwest's most densely populated area when Chaco collapsed. University of New Mexico Press, 2010. Soft cover. $19.95

  514. SOLD Sullivan, Gordon and Cathie. Roadside Guide to Indian Ruins & Rock Art of the Southwest. Explore the legacy of the Four Corners region's ancient inhabitants - without traveling far off the beaten path. Contains detailed maps, driving instructions, and visitor information. Westcliffe Publishers, 2005. Soft cover. $22.95

  515. Swagerty, William R., ed. Indian Sovereignty. Proceedings of the Second Annual Conference on Problems and Issues Concerning American Indians Today. Newberry Library, Center for the History of the American Indian. 1979. Stapled, oversize. $15.00

  516. Swartley, Ron. New Mexico Indian Ruins: A Guide to New Mexico's Best Known Indian Ruins. Information with photographs on the ruins. Signed by the author. Frontier Image Press, 1996. Soft cover oversize with rubbing. $9.95

  517. Sweat of the Sun, Tears of the Moon: Gold and Emerald Treasures of Colombia. Exhibition catalogue from the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County July 4 - Septmeber 6, 1981. Color illustrations of the beautiful ancient art and jewelry. Terra Magazine Publications. Wraps. $35.00

  518. SOLD Tamarin, Alfred and Shirley Glubok. Ancient Indians of the Southwest. A fascinating account of the lives of the prehistoric Indians of the American Southwest - for the young adult. Doubleday & Co., 1975. Dust jacket. $17.50

  519. Taylor, Walter W. A Study of Archaeology. Foreword to the 1983 edition by Patty Jo Watson. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. Southern Illinois University, 1983. Soft cover. $10.00

  520. Teague, Lynn S. Textiles in Southwestern Prehistory. Just as fiber evidence is often important to the solution of modern crimes, prehistoric textiles can be used to solve archaeological mysteries. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1998. Dust jacket. $49.95

  521. newTeague, Lynn Schuler and Dorothy K. Washburn. Sandals of the Basketmaker and Pueblo Peoples: Fabric Structure and Color Symmetry. Teague and Washburn examine these sandals as sources of information on the history of the people known as the Basketmakers. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2013. Dust jacket. $65.00

  522. Themes in Southwest Prehistory. Edited by George J. Gumerman. Collection of essays from two dozen leading Southwestern archaeologists. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. Presentation copy signed by Gumerman to Robert C. Euler. School of American Research, 1994. Soft cover. $15.00

  523. SOLD Thomas, David Hurst Exploring Ancient Native America: An Archaeological Guide New York: (1994) $ 25.00

  524. Thompson, Ian M. People of the Mesa Verde Country: An Archaeological Rememberance. In his last book, Thompson combines the perspectives of archaeologists and modern Puebloans with his own poetic observations on landscape, community, and change. Illustrated by Richard Cornelius. EarthTales Press, 2002. Soft cover. $19.95

  525. Thompson, Laura. Personality and Government: Findings and Recommendations of the Indian Administration Research. Tribes examined are Navaho, Sioux, Papago and Hopi. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. Ediciones del Instituto Indigenista Interamericano, 1951. Soft cover, with spine coming loose. $15.00

  526. Tipps, Betsy L. and Nancy J. Hewitt. Cultural Resource Inventory and Testing in the Salt Creek Pocket and Devils Lane Areas, Needles District, Canyonlands National Park, Utah. Selections from the Division of Cultural Resources No. 1. Rocky Mountain Region, National Park Service, 1989. Soft cover, oversize. $20.00

  527. Touching the Past: Ritual, Religion, and Trade of Casas Grandes. Edited by Glenna Nielsen-Grimm and Paul Stavast. Illustrated chapters by various authors showing pottery, artifacts and maps of communities. Museum of Peoples and Cultures Popular Series 5. Brigham Young University, 2008. Soft cover oversize. $25.00

  528. Tracking Ancient Footsteps: William D. Lipe's Contributions to Southwestern Prehistory and Public Archaeology. Edited by R. G. Matson and Timothy A. Kohler. A celebration of Lipe's five decades in Southwestern archaeology with essays by colleagues and scholars. Washington State University Press, 2006. Soft cover. $22.95

  529. Trails, Rock Features and Homesteading in the Gila Bend Area: A Report on the State Route 85 Gila Bend to Buckeye Archaeological Project. Edited by John L. Czarzasty, et. al. GRIC Anthropological Research Papers No. 4, ASU Anthropological Field Studies, No. 43. Contains illustrations, photographs and site drawings. Gila River Indian Community, Cultural Resource Management Program, rev. 2008. Soft cover oversize. $19.95

  530. Trigger, Bruce. Time and Traditions: Essays in Archaeological Interpretation. Argues for a synthetic view of archaeoloy. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. Columbia University Press, 1978. Dust jacket with minor wear. $10.00

  531. Turner, Christy G. II and Jacqueline A. Man Corn: Cannibalism and Violence in the Prehsitoric American Southwest. A study of prehistoric violence that explodes the myth that the Anasazi and other Southwest Indians were simple, peaceful farmers. University of Utah Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $60.00

  532. SOLD Turney, Omar A. Prehistoric Irrigation in Arizona. Arizona State Historian, n.d. Wraps. $45.00

  533. Tuthill, Carr. The Tres Alamos Site on the San Pedro River, Southeastern Arizona. Publication No. 4. Amerind Foundation, 1947. Pale green wraps are worn. $75.00

  534. new Underhill, Ruth M. An Anthropologist' Arrival: A Memoir. Edited b Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh and Stephen E. Nash. A revealing life's journey for one of America's pioneering anthropologists. University of Arizona Press, 2014. Soft cover. $21.95 *

  535. Underhill, Ruth M. First Penthouse Dwellers of America. 2nd revised edition. Laboratory of Anthropology, Santa Fe, 1946. Blue cloth. $15.00

  536. Understanding Complexity in the Prehistoric Southwest. Edited by George J. Gumerman and Murray Gell-Mann. Proceedings from the Santa Fe Institute Studies in the Sciences of Complexity, volume XVI. Includes chapters on health in the prehistoric Southwest and reconstructing archaeological cultures. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. Addison-Wesley, 1994. Red decorated casebound. $22.50

  537. Understanding Complexity in the Prehistoric Southwest. Edited by George J. Gumerman and Murray Gell-Mann. Proceedings from the Santa Fe Institute Studies in the Sciences of Complexity, volume XVI. Includes chapters on health in the prehistoric Southwest and reconstructing archaeological cultures. Presentation copy, "To my Best Friend, Colleague and Confident Robert C. Euler" signed by George C. Gumerman. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. Has one red post-it flag with red arrow. Addison-Wesley, 1994. Red soft cover. $17.50

  538. U.S. Army Engineer Department. Report Upon United States Geographical Surveys West of the One Hundredth Meridian in charge of First Lieut. Geo. M. Wheeler. Vol. VII Archaeology. Part of Wheeler's report, this volume dealing with archaeology, including Chaco Canyon, Canyon de Chelly, New Mexico and southern California. Includes plates, some color. Stamp of Town Library Amhurst N.H. on inside front cover and title page. Bookplate, "With the Compliments of Geo. M. Wheeler, Captain of Engineers, U.S. Army" on front endsheet. Government Printing Office, 1879. Dark cloth with spine discolored and tearing. $175.00

  539. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology. Second Annual Report, 1880-81. Includes: Frank Cushing, Zuni Fetiches and James Stevenson Illustrated Catalogue of Collections from the Indians of New Mexico and Arizona. GPO, 1883. Olive green cloth with spine loose. $200.00 Special $125.00

  540. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology. Third Annual Report, 1881-82. Includes: Washington Matthews, Navajo Weavers. GPO, 1884. Olive green cloth with minor staining on spine and back cover. $150.00 Special $100.00

  541. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology. 4th Annual Report, 1882-83. Includes: William Holmes, Pottery of the Ancient Pueblos and Frank Cushing, Study of the Pueblo Pottery as an Illustrative of Zuni Culture-Growth. Foxing. GPO, 1886. Olive green cloth with wear. $80.00 Special $60.00

  542. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology. 8th Annual Report. Contains: Victor Mindeleff, A Study of Pueblo Architecture Tusayan and Cibola. James Stevenson, Mythical Sand Painting of the Navajo Indians. All plates in book, but three loose. Slight water stain on top edge. GPO, 1891. Olive green cloth with wear. $150.00 Special $100.00

  543. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology. 10th Annual Report, 1888-89. Includes: Garrick Mallery, Picture writing of the American Indians. Previous owner's name on title page and front endsheet. GPO, 1893. Olive green cloth with binding loose and tear in spine. $175.00 Special $100.00

  544. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology. 13th Annual Report. Contains: Cosmos Mindeleff - Aboriginal Remains in the Verde Valley and Casa Grande Ruin. Frank Hamilton Cushing - Outlines of Zuni Creation Myths. Ex-library with minor markings. GPO, 1896. $95.00 Special $75.00

  545. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology. 14th Annual Report 1892-93. Part 1. Includes: George Parker Winship, The Coronado Expedtion, 1540 - 1542. GPO, 1896. Olive green cloth with wear on spine and binding loose. $75.00

  546. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology. 15th Annual Report 1893-94. Includes: Jesse Walter Fewkes, Tusayan Katcinas (contains color plates) and Cosmos Mindeleff, The Repair of Casa Grande Ruin, Arizona. GPO, 1897. Olive green cloth . $135.00 Special $100.00

  547. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology. 16th Annual Report 1894-95. Includes: Cosmos Mindeleff, The Cliff Dwellings of Canyon de Chelly, Arizona, and Jesse Walter Fewkes, Tusayan Snake Ceremonies. Front endsheet missing bottom portion. GPO, 1897. Olive green cloth with wear on spine and minor water stain on side edge. $125.00 Special $75.00

  548. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology. 17th Annual Report 1895-96. Part 2. Contains: Cosmos Mindeleff, Navaho Houses and Jesse Walter Fewkes, Archaeological Expedition to Arizona in 1895. Color plates. Previous owner's name on front endsheet and initials on title page. GPO, 1898. Olive green cloth. $125.00 Special $100.00

  549. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology. 19th Annual Report. Part 1. Contains: James Mooney, Myths of the Cherokee. GPO, 1900. $95.00 Special $65.00

  550. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology. 19th Annual Report 1897-98. Part 2. Includes: Jesse Walter Fewkes, Tusayan Migration Traditions and Notes on Tusayan, Snake, and Flute Ceremonies. GPO, 1900. Olive green cloth. $115.00 Special $80.00

  551. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology. 22nd Annual Report 1900-1901. Part 1. Includes: Jesse Walter Fewkes, Two Summers' Work in Pueblo Ruins. Contains information on ruins near Winslow, Hopi pueblos, the Little Colorado, Holbrook and Pueblo Viejo with color plates of prehistoric pottery. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. GPO, 1904. Olive green cloth, worn on spine. $115.00 Special $80.00

  552. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology. 26th Annual Report 1904-1905. Includes: Frank Russell, Pina Indians. Water stain on first few pages. GPO, 1908. Olive green cloth with water stain on corner near spine. $125.00 Special $100.00

  553. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology. 29th Annual Report 1907-1908. Includes: John Peabody Harrington, The Ethnogeography of the Tewa Indians. GPO, 1916. Olive green cloth. $100.00 Special $75.00

  554. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology. 33rd Annual Report 1911-1912. Includes: Jesse Walter Fewkes, Designs on Prehistoric Hopi Pottery. Binding loose. GPO, 1919. Olive green cloth, with minor wear on spine. $135.00 Special $100.00

  555. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology. 41st Annual Report 1919-1924. Includes: Franz Boas, Coiled Basketry in British Columbia and surrounding region with color plates. GPO, 1928. Olive green cloth, worn on spine. $75.00 Special $50.00

  556. U.S. National Museum. Annual Report of the U.S. National Museum . For year ending, June 30, 1900. Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution. Contains chapters: "Anthropological Studies in California," by William Henry Holmes. Illustrated with Native American artifacts, including pottery and basketry. "Aboriginal American Harpoons," by Otis Tufton Mason. GPO,1902. Green cloth. $40.00

  557. Van Dyke, Ruth M. The Chaco Experience: Landscape and Ideology at the Center Place. Analyszes the meanings and experience of moving through this landscape to illuminate Chacoan beliefs and social relationships. School for Advanced Research Press, 2007. Soft cover. $34.95

  558. SOLD Vivian, Gordon. Gran Quivira: Excavations in a 17th Century Jumano Pueblo. With a chapter on Artifacts from Gran Quivira by Sallie Van Valkenburgh. Archaeological Research Series No. 8. U.S. National Park Service., 1970. Orange cloth with pasted cover. $30.00

  559. Vivian, R. Gwinn. An Archaeological Survey of the Lower Gila River, Arizona. Kiva 30:4. 1965. Wraps. $15.00

  560. Vivian, R. Gwinn and Bruce Hilpert. The Chaco Handbook: An Encyclopedic Guide. An exception source book for getting to know Chaco better. University of Utah Press, 2002. $55.00

  561. Voth, H.R. Brief Miscellaneous Hopi Papers. Field Museum of Natural History. Vol. XI, No. 2. 1st edition. Six papers describing different aspects of Hopi culture are included in this volume. Four papers deal with burial customs, the Eagle Cult, the new year ceremony, and marriage rites on the wedding morning; two papers deal with Hopi myths. Discoloration on title page. Field Museum, 1912. Gray wraps. $50.00

  562. Voth, H.R. The Oraibi Marau Ceremony. 1st edition. Field Museum of Natural history. Vol. XI. No. 1. Voth describes the second of several extended ceremonies of the women of Oraibi. Field Museum, 1912. Gray wraps, shows discoloration on the edges. $60.00

  563. Voth, H.R. The Oraibi Oaqol Ceremony. 1st edition. Field Colombian Museum. Vol. VI. No. 1. The Oaqol Ceremony discusses the ceremony found in one of the three women's fraternities in the Hopi Indian village of Oraibi, which is the youngest cult, but is the largest religious order in that village. Has a call number on the bottom front cover, but no other library markings. Pages uncut. Field Museum, 1903. Gray wraps with pieces missing on front cover along the edges, spine taped, shows wear. $60.00

  564. Voth, H.R. The Oraibi Powamu Ceremony. 1st edition. Field Colombian Museum. Vol III. No. 2. A number of ceremonies have been observed and carefully studied during Voth's five year residence at the Hopi village as a missionary. Previous owners name inscribed on cover. Binding loosely held together with tape. Field Museum, 1901. Gray wraps showing wear. $75.00

  565. Voth, H.R. The Oraibi Summer Snake Ceremony. 1st edition. Field Columbian Museum. Vol. III, No. 4. In this very detailed account of the Snake Dance, Voth reported virtually every aspect of the ceremony. The photographs capture the dances and the ceremonies and remain one of the great photographic records of southwest Indian ceremonies. Field Columbian Museum, 1903. Gray wraps, with small pieces missing on front edge cover. $75.00

  566. Voth. H.R. The Traditions of the Hopi. 1st edition. Field Columbian Museum. Vol. VIII. This book of Hopi folklore, collected during the Stanley McCormick Hopi Expedition early in the 20th century, is one of the most extensive collections available. It is now known that the Hopi were a bit selective in what they told the earliest researchers, but this does not lessen the value of this collection, or call into question its authenticity. Over 300 pages cover many aspects of Hopi myth, culture, and history, all told by traditional Hopi storytellers and faithfully recorded by the noted anthropologist H.R. Voth. Field Museum, 1905. Gray wraps, spine taped. $75.00

  567. SOLD Voth. H.R. The Traditions of the Hopi. This book of Hopi folklore, collected during the Stanley McCormick Hopi Expedition early in the 20th century, is one of the most extensive collections available. It is now known that the Hopi were a bit selective in what they told the earliest researchers, but this does not lessen the value of this collection, or call into question its authenticity. Over 300 pages cover many aspects of Hopi myth, culture, and history, all told by traditional Hopi storytellers and faithfully recorded by the noted anthropologist H.R. Field Columbian Museum. Vol. VIII. Reprint. Kraus, 1973. Gray soft cover. $25.00

  568. Voth, Henry R. The Henry R. Voth Hopi Indian Collection at Grand Canyon, Arizona. Catalogue prepared for the Fred Harvey Company in 1912 by Voth. Previous owner's name, Alfonso Ortiz, stamp on front cover. Limited to 500 copies. Arequipa Press, 1967. Blue/green wraps. $8.50

  569. Wallace, Henry D., ed. Roots of Sedentism: Archaeological Excavations at Valencia Vieja, a Founding Village in the Tucson Basin of Southern Arizona. Foreword by William H. Doelle. Center for Desert Archaeology, 2003. Soft cover oversize. $14.95

  570. SOLD Ward, Albert E. Navajo Graves: An Archaeological Reflection of Ethnographic Reality. Includes photographs and drawings. Center for Anthropolgical Studies, 1980. Soft cover. $12.00

  571. Waters, Michael R. and John C. Ravesloot. "Landscape Change and the Cultural Evolution of the Hohokam along the Middle Gila River and other River Valleys in South-Central Arizona." Article in American Antiquity 66:2. 2001. Soft cover. $5.00

  572. Watkins, Joe. Indigenous Archaeology: American Indian Values and Scientific Practice. Discusses ethics, laws, repatriation legislation. Case studies of Navajo, Pawnee, Clovis site, and Kennewick. Alta Mira Press, 2000. Red casebound. $62.00

  573. Watson, Don. Cliff Dwellings of the Mesa Verde: A Story in Pictures. A history of Mesa Verde with black and white photographs. Mesa Verde Museum Association, 1954. Blue paper covers, minor water staining. $15.00

  574. Watson, Don. Indians of the Mesa Verde. Overview of the Natives and dwellings at Mesa Verde. Mesa Verde Museum Association, 1961. Red soft cover. $7.50

  575. Weaver, Donald E., Jr. Images on Stone: The Prehistoric Rock Art of the Colorado Plateau. Reprint of a 1984 Plateau issue; filled with photographs. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1992. Oversize wraps. $7.00

  576. Webb, George Ernest. Tree Rings and Telescopes: the Scientific Career of A. E. Douglass. Biography of the man who helped establish Lowell Observatory, but also the study of tree rings. University of Arizona Press, 1983. Dust jacket with wear. $20.00

  577. SOLD Wellman, Kevin D. ed. The Valley Farms Site: Prehistoric Floodplain Agriculture on the Santa Cruz River in Southern Arizona. SWCA Anthropological Research Paper No. 11. SWCA, 2008. Soft cover oversize. $30.00

  578. SOLD Wells, E. Christian. From Hohokam to O'odham: The Protohistoric Occupation of the Middle Gila River Valley, Central Arizona. Discussion of the Native Americans from prehistoric to the Pima, Maricopa and Papago tribes. Gila River Indian Community Anthropological Research Papers No. 3. Gila River Indian Community, 2006. Soft cover. $12.95

  579. Wells, Katherine. Life on the Rocks: One Woman's Adventures in Petroglyph Presevation. Story of the Tewa petroglyphs and the community around them. University of New Mexico Press, 2009. Soft cover. $21.95

  580. Wendorf, Fred. Desert Days: My Life as a Field Archaeologist. Introduction by Romuald Schild. Autobiography of a man who spent more than sixty years as a field archaeologist in Africa and in the American Southwest. Southern Methodist University Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $29.95

  581. Wetherill, Benjamin Alfred. The Wetherills of the Mesa Verde: Autobiography of Benjamin Alfred Wetherill. Edited and annotated by Marine S. Fletcher. The story of the Wetherill brothers who discovered and explored the Anasazi cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde in southwestern Colorado. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1977. Dust jacket. $35.00

  582. Whalen, Michael E. and Paul E. Minnis. Casas Grandes and Its Hinterland: Prehistoric Regional Organization in Northwest Mexico. Casas Grandes is one of the most important settlements in the prehistoric Southwest. The authors worked extensively in the area and now offer new research arguing that it was not as similar to the highly developed complex societies of Mesoamerica as has been thought. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $47.50

  583. Wharton, Clifton R., Jr., ed. Subsistence Agriculture and Economic Development. Presentation copy to Robert C. Euler signed by Henry F. Dobyns, one of the contributors to the volume. Aldine, 1969. Red/orange cloth. $15.00

  584. Wheat, Joe Ben. Prehistoric People of the Northern Southwest. Story of the prehistoric people in the Grand Canyon area. Photographs. Bulletin No. 12. Grand Canyon Natural History Association, c. 1962. Wraps. $10.00

  585. Wherry, Joseph H. Indian Masks & Myths of the West. The masks, the finest in the collections of nearly a score of museums, depict some of the supernatural beings ina remarkable pantheon and lend substance to the ancient tales. Funk & Wagnalls, 1969. Dust jacket. $25.00

  586. Whiptail Ruin (AZ BB:10:3 [ASM]): A Classic Period Community in the Northeastern Tucson Basin. Edited by Linda M. Gregonis and Gayle Harrison Hartman. Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series 203. Arizona State Museum, 2011. Soft cover, oversize. $24.95

  587. White, Devin Alan. Hohokam Palettes. Includes cd-rom. Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona, 2004. Soft cover oversize. $17.95

  588. White, Leslie A. The Concept of Cultural Systems: A Key to Understanding Tribes and Nations. Columbia University Press, 1975. Red cloth. $8.00

  589. White, Joseph Courtney. In the Land of the Delight Makers. Presents surveying as an exciting and easy-to-learn activity. University of Utah Press, 1992. Oblong, soft cover. $16.95

  590. White, Max E. The Archaeology and History of the Native Georgia Tribes. Foreword by Jerald T. Milanich. An archaeologically based tour of the land within the state of Georgia - tracing cultural development and accomplishment over the millennia. University Press of Florida, 2002. Dust jacket. $55.00

  591. Whittlesey, Stephanie. Rivers of Rock: Stories From a Stone-Dry Land Central Arizona Project Archaeology. Tells the story of the people and landscapes, past and present, that were impacted by the construction of the CAP canal. SRI Press, 2003. Dust jacket, oversize. $50.00

  592. Whittlesey, Stephanie. Rivers of Rock: Stories From a Stone-Dry Land Central Arizona Project Archaeology. Tells the story of the people and landscapes, past and present, that were impacted by the construction of the CAP canal. SRI Press, 2003. Soft cover, oversize. $20.00

  593. SOLD Wilcox, David R. and Jim Holmlund. The Archaeology of Perry Mesa and Its World. The first monograph on this site, part of the newly created Agua Fria National Monument. Includes a CD-ROM containing appendices and additional content. Museum of Northern Arizona University, 2007. Soft cover. $20.00

  594. Willey, Gordon R. An Introduction to American Archaeology. Spans the period from man's first appearance in the Western Hemisphere to the coming of the Europeans. Black and white illustrations throughout. Prentice Hall, 1966. Dust jacket. $30.00

  595. Wissler, Clark. The American Indian: An Introduction to the Anthropology of the New World. 3rd edition. Large fold out map at back of book. Oxford University Press, 1938. Red cloth. $15.00

  596. Women and Men in the Prehsipanic Southwest: Labor, Power, and Prestige. Edited by Patricia L.Crown. Takes a groundbreaking look at gendered activities in prehistory and the differential access that women and men had to sources and symbols of power and prestige. School of American Research Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $30.00

  597. Woodbury, Richard B. 60 Years of Southwestern Archaeology: A History of the Pecos Conference. Story of this annual gathering of researchers begun by A. V. Kidder in 1927. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1993. Dust jacket. $30.00

  598. Woodbury, RichardB. Alfred V. Kidder. Portrait of one of America's leading archaeologists. Leaders of Modern Anthropology. Columbia University Press, 1973. Dust jacket. $20.00

  599. Woosley, Anne I. and Allan J. McIntyre. Mimbres Mogollon Archaeology: Charles C. Di Peso's Excavations at Wind Mountain. During the 1970s, Amerind Foundation staff under the direction of the late Di Peso conducted excavations in the Upper Gila drainage of western New Mexico at the Mimbres Mogollon site. Published here for the first time, this work provides evidence of long occupation at Wind Mountain. Amerind Foundation Publication. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1996. Dust jacket. $65.00

  600. Wormington, H. M. Prehistoric Indians of the Southwest. Older, standard work. Denver Museum of Natural History. Soft cover. $20.00

  601. SOLD Wright, Kenneth R. The Water Mysteries of Mesa Verde. Using the science of paleohydrology to the study of water use and water handling by ancient peoples at Mesa Verde. Johnson Books, 2006. Soft cover. $17.50

  602. Wuthenau, Alexander Von. Unexpected Faces in Ancient America 1500 B.C. - A.D. 1500: The Historical Testimony of Pre-Columbian Artists. Illustratedwith images of Pre-Columbian art. Crown, 1975. Brown boards with red cloth spine, showing minor wear. $45.00

  603. Yaeger, C. G. Arrowheads & Stone Artifacts: A Practical Guide for the Amateur Archaeologist. Foreword by George C. Frison. Illustrated guide for amateur archaeologists and collectors. 2d edition. Pruett, 2000. Soft cover. $16.95

  604. Young, M. Jane. Signs From the Ancestors: Zuni Cultural Symbolism and Perceptions of Rock Art. Foreword by Dell Hymes. Symbolic expressions in rock art must be understood in relation to the living cultures of which they are still a functioning part. University of New Mexico Press,1992. Soft cover. $16.95

  605. Young, Virginia Heyer. Ruth Benedict - Beyond Relativity, Beyond Pattern. Biography of one of the most influential and articulate figures in American anthropology, trained by Franz Boas and Elsie Clews Parsons. University of Nebraska Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $60.00

  606. Zuni and El Morro: Past & Present. Edited by David Grant Noble and Richard B. Woodbury. Illustrated story of these New Mexico Native communities. Ancient City Press, 1993. Wraps oversize. $7.95

  607. Zuni Origins: Toward a new Synthesis of Southwestern Archaeology. Edited by David A. Gregory and David R. Wilcox, with a foreword by William H. Doelle. Presents a fresh approach to the origins of the Zuni from both anthropological and traditional perspectives, exploring the origins and the influences that have affected their way of life. University of Arizona Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $75.00

  608. Zuni Origins: Toward a new Synthesis of Southwestern Archaeology. Edited by David A. Gregory and David R. Wilcox, with a foreword by William H. Doelle. Presents a fresh approach to the origins of the Zuni from both anthropological and traditional perspectives, exploring the origins and the influences that have affected their way of life. University of Arizona Press, 2007. Soft cover. $45.00



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