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A LAW OF BLOOD. THE PRIMITIVE LAW OF THE CHEROKEE NATION
New York: New York University Press. 1970. 340 pp. Hard Bound w/ with dust jacket. Dust jacket in very good condition with only some light fraying at the edges and minor shelf wear. Free fly leaf has a name written in the upper right corner but has no other markings or inscriptions. The book itself is near fine condition.
$35.00
FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REORT OF THE BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY TO THE SECRETARY OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, 1893-94
Washington:Government Printing Office. 1897. 366pp. Illus. Hard bound. 1/4-leather. Except for a very small bump at the top edge of the rear binding, a very good, tight, clean copy. Accompanying papers include William Henry Holmes' STONE IMPLEMENTS OF THE POTOMAC CHESAPEAKE TIDEWATER PROVINCE; W. J. Mcgees' THE SIOUAN INDIANS: A PRELIMINARY SKETCH; James Owen Dorseys' SIOUAN SOCIOLOGY: A POSTHUMOUS PAPER; Jesse Walter Fewkes' TUSAYAN KATCHINAS; and Cosmos Mindeleffs' THE REPAIR OF CASA GRANDE RUIN. TS331.
$100.00
FIRST FAMILIES OF THE SOUTHWEST.
Kansas City, Mo.: Fred Harvey. (Ca 1919). (68pp.). 32 rich colored illustrations. Brown colored cloth spine over paper covered boards. There is a small tear at top margin of one plate, otherwise text and illustrations in fine condition. Title of book added AMERICAN INDIANS with third printing; also added one more lithograph. S004.
$150.00
FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY TO THE SECRETARY OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, 1882-83.
Washington: Government Printing Office. 1886. 532pp. Illus. Hard bound. 1/4 leather. A very good, tight, clean copy. Includes Garrick Mallery's PICTOGRAPHS OF THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS--A PRELIMINARY PAPER; William H. Holmes' POTTERY OF THE ANCIENT PUEBLOS; William H. Holmes' ANCIENT POTTERY OF THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY; William H. Holmes' ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF FORM AND ORNAMENT IN CERAMIC ART; and Frank Hamilton Cushing's A STUDY OF PUEBLO POTTERS ILLUSTRATIVE OF ZUNI CULTURE-GROWTH. Postage extra because of weight. TS331.
$100.00
FOX MISCELLANY.
Washington: Government Printing Office. 1937. 124 pp. Wraps. Wraps are worn around the edges, with some fraying and small pieces missing at the spine. Some light sun fading to the top half inch of the front and rear, also down the spine. Interior has some red and blue pencil annotations/notes. Otherwise in very good condition.
$17.50
GERONIMO'S STORY OF HIS LIFE. Taken down and edited by S. M. Barrett.
NY: Duffield & Co. 1906. 216pp. Illus. Hard bound. 1st. edition. Internally a fine, clean, tight copy. Red cloth binding. Letters on front cover lightly flaked. Lettering on spine faded. Points of binding bent and very light wear at hinges of spine. S006.
$235.00
HAND BOOK OF TRIBAL NAMES OF PENNSYLVANIA TOGETHER WITH SIGNIFICATION OF INDIAN WORDS. Also A History of Great Council of Pennsylvania. With Articless Pertainig to the Improved Order of Red Men.
Philadelphia, PA. 1908. 320pp. Internally a very good, tight, clean copy. Externally, red boards are faded and soiled with some shelf-wear to edges.   A very good copy. Includes a history of the Great Council of Pennsylvania Improved Order of Red Men.
$75.00
HISTORY OF THE OJIBWAY NATION
Minneapolis: Ross & Haines, Inc. 1957. 527pp. With dust jacket. Also includes HISTORY OF THE OJIBWAYS, AND THEIR CONNECTION WITH FUR TRADERS, BASED UPON OFFICIAL AND OTHER RECORDS, by Edward D. Neill. Reprint of 1885 edition published by the Minnesota Historical Society. Ex-library copy. Internally a very good, tight clean copy except for two library stamps. Library card pocket pasted down on rear fly-leaf. Some light, sporadic stains. Flaps of dust-jacket pasted down inside bindings. Library stamp on edges of pages. Dust jacket frayed and worn at the edges, with a signficant tear at rear. One of 1500 numbered copies.
$25.00
INDIAN PLACE NAMES IN NEW JERSEY.
Cedar Grove, N. J.: Phillips-Campbell Publ. (1964). 111pp. Hard bound. With dust jacket. Book a very good to fine, tight, clean copy. Dust jacket has dime-size tear at lower back corner. Otherwise in satisfactory condition. 
$35.00
INDIAN PLACE NAMES OF NEW ENGLAND.
New York: Museum of the American Indian Heye Foundation. 1962. 408 pp. Wraps. Wraps are clean and firm, with some wear at the edges and spine. Library shelf sticker at the bottom of the spine. Interior is clean, bright and free of markings, with only some light foxing throughout. A very good copy.
$75.00
INDIGENOIUS WAYS TO THE PRESENT. Native Whaling in the Western Arctic.
Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press. (2003). 432pp. Soft cover. Illus. A fine copy. S107.
$35.00
LOS NOVELISTAS DE LA REVOLUCION MEXICANA.
Illustraciones, capitilares y vinetas de Jose A. Gomez Rosa. Mexico:Editorial Cultura, T.G, S A. 1949. 270pp. Wrps. Contains biographies of 25 authors and bibliographies of each. Small tear at base of spine, and some light soiling to covers, otherwise a very good, tight, copy.
$50.00
MYRON EELLS AND PUGET SOUND INDIANS.
122pp. Illus. With dust jacket. 1st. ed. Fine copy. TS002. WASHINGTON; PUGET SOUND; INDIANS; ETHNOLOGY; ANTRHOPOLOGY;
$20.00
NATIVE AMERICAN ART OF THE SOUTHWEST.
Lincolnwood, Il.: Publications International, Ltd. 1993. 160pp. Illus. Hard cover. A very good to fine, tight, clean copy. TS123.
$22.00
PASSAMAQUODDY CEREMONIAL SONGS.
Amherst, Ma.: University of Massachusetts Press. (2010). 258pp. Illus. With dust jacket. 1st. ed. A fine copy.
$60.00