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By: Erdoes, Richard.
Publisher: New York, Al. Knopf,:
Edition: First Edition
Seller ID: 003144
The Pueblo Indians, their past and present. Dust jacket has slight tears, inside very good. CR 1976, 280 pages with index and bibliography. Black and white photos. A powerful and moving picture of a people struggling to preserve its identity and moral values through centuries of white man's oppression. View more info
By: Georgakas, Dan.
Publisher: New York, Zenith Books/Doubleday:
Edition: Stated first Edition
Seller ID: 002729
History of Native Americans from 1600 to 1900 from the Desert to the Pacific Coast. Dust jacket has mylar over it, hard covers, all good+. X-library with all the usual stickers, stamps, etc. CR 1973, 128 pages with index. Black and white photos and illustrations. Covers the Southwest, California and Northwest. View more info
By: McNitt, Frank
Seller ID: 002062
Published by University of Oklahoma, Norman. CR 1962, this is the second printing in August 1963. The dust jacket states second printing also. Dust jacket has slight wear on the edges and shows where it was folded at sometime, otherwise good+. Previous owner's name on inside of front cover of book. Inside of dust jacket shows complete list of book available in "Civilization of the American Indian Series". Black & white photos, maps and charts. Red covers with sil... View more info
By: Simmons, Leo W.
Publisher: New Haven, Connecticut, Yale University Press:
Edition: Fourth Printing
Seller ID: 003145
Dust jacket with mylar, slight tears. Orange covers, book and content very good condition. CR 1942, this 1955, 460 pages with index and appendices. A playbill from Warren Wilson college in Swannanoa, NC showing 1983 Concert season for the College and Handbell Chorus, Robert P. Keener, Director is in the back of the book. Frontis etching by Elias M. Grossman, 1941 of the Hopi Chief Don C. Talayesua of Oraibi, Arizona. View more info
Publisher: Appendix by Erik Reid:
Seller ID: 000940
Dated 1951, this is the 2nd printing. Outstanding exhibit sites, modern pueblos, local museums, Denver Museum of Natural History. PAPER wraps and stained. Inside is good+. Southwestern Indians, Native Americans, North Americ an Indians, pueblos. View more info