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Stanford, CA; Stanford University Press, [1945]. Hardcover, no dj. xiii+477pp. Illustrated in b/w. Red buckram boards a bit worn, soiled and mottled; corners not bumped. Owner name and bookseller mark on ffep. Otherwise clean and unmarked, no foxing, square and securely bound. Overall VG. From "Old London" to "Indian Nationalism", the storied history of the East India Company.   (cfm)
New Haven:Yale University Press. 1926. xiii+268pp. Illustrated. 1st edition.  Hardcover.  Blue boards in very good condition with just light wear to spine ends. Internally, several previous owners names on 1st free end-page but otherwise the book is in very good, clean condition.  *Forward by Lieutenant-General Nelson A. Miles, U.S.A.  
London; Jeremiah How, 1845. Second edition. Hardcover, no dj. Top edge gilt. Illustrated. xii+332pp. Half leather. Good condition.  Leather a bit worn along the edges and gutters. Owner names penned to ffep and half title. Foxing to endpapers. Some insect nibbling to lower corner of preliminaries to the preface. Foxing to some of the full page illustrations.  Otherwise pretty clean. "The kind reception I met with, under the disquise of "The Old Forest Ranger" has encouraged me to reprint , in a connected form, my papers on Indian Field Sports, which have appeared, from time to time, in the pages of the "New Monthly Magazine"."  (cfm)
New York:Charles Scribner's Sons. 1899. 2nd edition. x+368pp. Illustrated with 32 plates, 4 plans and 1 folding map at rear. Hardcover.  Red boards with mild soiling and light wear to edges and points. Internally, end-pages are age toned with bookseller ticket to bottom inside edge of 1st free flyleaf. Otherwise, aside from occasional bits of foxing, a very good, clean copy.  The binding is tight and hinges intact.
Chicago:Rhodes & McClure Publishing Company. 1901. 586pp+(8)pp ads. Copiously illustrated by H. S DeLay with many reproductions from photographs. Hardcover. Decorated boards lightly shelf-worn and soiled. Page edges soiled.  Internally, paper slightly age-toned but aside from an embossed stamp to top outside edge of frontispiece, a very good, clean copy.
[Chicago]; University of Chicago Press, [1966].  Hardover with DJ. x+292pp.  VG condition with VG dustjacket.  Very slightly cocked and with owner signature to ffep. Otherwise clean, bright and tightly bound.  DJ is lightly rubbed, unclipped, and with slight sunfading to spine.  "The Indian Ocean is taken here at its widest definition and this lucid general historical survey covers many events in South-East Asia and the China Sea.  The emphasis is on the emergence and significance of Asian and European contact which later became a conflict between East and West."; (cfm)
THE INDIANS OF TEXAS, From Prehistoric to Modern Times
Austin; University of Texas Press, [1962]. xviii+404pp. First Edition, Second Printing. Hardover with DJ. Illustrated by Hal M. Story. Condition is VG with a G+ dj. Book is clean and tight, inside and out. Unclipped DJ has some rubbing and small tears along the edges, some soiling to rear panel. "...the most comprehensive and authoritative book ever written about the Indians of Texas...a lively recreation of all aspects of Indian existence within the present borders of the state."
New York:George H. Doran Company. 1918. 1st edition. 63pp. Stapled wraps. With light wear to spine ends; front cover has a discolored spot on middle of page, otherwise, aside from a couple of old crease marks on page edges, a very good, clean copy.
New York:Moffat, Yard and Company. 1910. 213pp. 1st edition. Inscribed by the author on the 1st free end-page. Boards sun-faded and soiled with general overall shelf-wear. Spine ends are worn with the top end chipped and frayed.  Aside from author's inscription, the pages are clean and bright. 
New York:The Century Co. (1932). Stated 1st edition. 392pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. The yellow boards are clean and bright with just a hint of wear to spine ends. Internally, pages are clean and bright. No previous owners marks or signatures.  The dust jacket has done it's job well and while still in one piece, is quite worn with chips and tears to edges and seams.  Overall, a very good copy with a fair to good dust jacket.
CIVILIZATION AND BARBARISM. Illustrated with Especial Reference to Metacomet and the Extinction of His Race.
Cambridge:Riverside Press. 1878. 186pp. Hardcover.  Brown boards lightly rubbed, with wear to spine ends. Gilt on spine still bright.  Internally, previous owners address label in center of inside front board, otherwise, pages clean with light age-toning.  Binding is tight and hinges intact.  A very good, clean copy.
REPORT FROM MASHPEE. A study of the Impact of the Wampanoag  Land Claim on the Economy of Mashpee.
Cambridge and Philadelphia:American Friends Service Committee. (1978). 26pp + 5 appendixs pp.9,29,13,2+21. Wrps. Covers lightly soiled, otherwise a very good, clean copy.
[NY]: Wiley Publishing. (2002). 690pp. Hard bound. With dust jacket. A fine copy. TS002.
New York:The Viking Press. 1956. 1st edition. Illustrated by Jean Charlot. 88pp. Hardcover with dust jacket.  The book is in very good, clean condition with no previous owners marks or signatures. The dust jacket is in very good condition as well,  with light fading to spine and some wear to edges including a couple small tears. Top edge flap price-clipped.  Overall, a very nice copy.
London:William Heinemann. 1900. 472pp. Hardcover. Binding is worn at the edges and spine, most noticably at the edge-points. Covers also show some soiling, but still in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, a very good copy.