Here are the 128 books about Native Americans and Indians that are in stock as of February 25, 2011 at Ray Boas, Bookseller in Walpole, New Hampshire. I hope you find that elusive title that you would like.  Make a note of the Order No. and please place your order at any time. Thank you, RAY.

1. OF PRIDE AND SPIRIT: NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN ART FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION IN HAWAII, Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1981, B&W and color ill., 83pp, fine, wraps (softcover), Catalogue of an exhibition held September 12 - October 25, 1981., (Order No: 31947 ), $35.00

2. Adolf Hungry Wold and Star Hungry Wolf, CHILDREN OF THE CIRCLE, Book Publishing Company, Summertown, TN, (1992), B&W illustrations, 160pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0913990892 A photographic history of Native American children from the late 1800s to 1920., (Order No: 58352 ), $5.00

3. Allely, Steve and Hamm, Jim, ENCYCLOPEDIA OF NATIVE AMERICAN BOWS, ARROWS & QUIVERS: VOLUME 1 NORTHEAST, SOUTHEAST, AND MIDWEST, The Lyons Press, New York, (1999), B&W illustrations, 135pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1558219927, (Order No: 60261 ), $25.00

4. American Museum of Natural History, CHIEFLY FEASTS: THE ART OF THE POTLATCH - A BOOK OF POSTCARDS, Pomegranate, San Francisco, CA, (1997), color illustrations, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0764903659 Contains thirty oversized postcards., (Order No: 59809 ), $15.00

5. Anderson, Gary Clayton, KINSMEN OF ANOTHER KIND: DAKOTA-WHITE RELATIONS IN THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY, 1650-1862, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE, (1984), B&W map, 383pp, very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover) MARGINALIA ABT 25pp, ISBN 0803210183 This volume shows how the Sioux concept of kinship entered into the tribe's complex social, economic, and political relationshiops with whites., (Order No: 47996 ), $12.50

6. Andrews, Ralph W., INDIAN PRIMITIVE: NORTHWEST COAST INDIANS OF THE FORMER DAYS, Bonanza Books, New York, orig pub 1960, B&W illustrations, 175pp, good+ w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 1555 ), $6.00

7. Andrews, Ralph W., INDIANS: AS THE WESTERNERS SAW THEM, Bonanza Books, New York, orig pub 1963, over 200 B&W ill., 176pp, very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0517129787 The author presents accounts of people who saw, felt, and heard the Indians whose lands they had invaded and usurped, whose lives they had disturbed and ruined. More than a hundred years after the settling of the northern plains these pioneer accounts lend authentic color and value to the tribesmen., (Order No: 15513 ), $12.50

8. Aripa, Lawrence; Yellowtail, Tom; and, other elders (as told by) (edited by Rodney Frey), STORIES THAT MAKE THE WORLD: ORAL LITERATURE OF THE INDIAN PEOPLES OF THE INLAND NORTHWEST, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, OK, (1995) 1st ptg, B&W illustrations, 264pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0806127104 An anthology of contemporary Native American literature., (Order No: 30453 ), $15.00

9. Awiakta, Marilou (foreword by Wilma P. Mankiller), SELU: SEEKING THE CORN-MOTHER'S WISDOM, Fulcrum Publishing, Golden, CO, (1993), 336pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 1555912060, (Order No: 59229 ), $5.00

10. Baars, Donald L., NAVAJO COUNTRY - A GEOLOGY AND NATURAL HISTORY OF THE FOUR CORNERS REGION, Univ. of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM, (1996), B&W illustrations, 255pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0826315879 Explores the country roughly encompassed by the Navajo Nation in the Four Corners of the American Southwest., (Order No: 57778 ), $20.00

11. Babcock, Barbara A. (inscribed by); Monthan, Guy and Monthan, Doris, THE PUEBLO STORYTELLER: DEVELOPMENT OF A FIGURATIVE CERAMIC TRADITION, University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ, (1986) 2nd ptg, B&W and color illustrations, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover) Babcock signed, ISBN 0816508704, (Order No: 58664 ), $15.00

12. Bahti, Mark Tomas, SOUTHWEST INDIAN DESIGNS WITH SOME EXPLANATIONS, Treasure Chest Publications, Tucson, AZ, (1994), B&W illustrations, 32pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0918080517 From petroglyphs to modern Native American art, decorative designs have played an important role in expressing the ideas and beliefs of those who have made the American Southwest their home for thousands of years., (Order No: 59546 ), $7.00

13. Bakeman, Mary H., and Richardson, Antona M. (editors), TRAILS OF TEARS: MINNESOTA'S DAKOTA INDIAN EXILE BEGINS, Prairie Echoes Books, Roseville, MN, (2008), B&W illustrations, 194pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 9781932212242 The Dakota War of 1862 was a tragedy for both the white settlers on Minnesota's frontier and the Dakota Indians., (Order No: 60465 ), $27.50

14. Barnes, Annie Maria, MATOUCHON: A STORY OF INDIAN CHILD LIFE, American Sunday-School Union, Philadelphia, PA, 1895, B&W illustrations, 316pp, very good, pictorial cloth (hardcover), This work gives faithful and graphic delineations of wigwam and tribal life among American Indians, and of customs and habits that will soon cease to exist, and be known only in history., (Order No: 19767 ), $45.00

15. Bassman, Theda, THE BEAUTY OF NAVAJO JEWELRY, Kiva Publishing, Inc., Santa Fe, NM, (1997), color illustrations, 79pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 1885772025, (Order No: 58647 ), $15.00

16. Bird, Gail; Walkingstick, Kay; Folwell, Jody; (et al), MASTERWORKS FROM THE HEARD MUSEUM: SO FINE! - BE DAZZLED! - HOLD EVERYTHING! -- THREE VOLUME SET, Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ, 2001, 2002, color illustrations, fine, wraps (softcover) in fine slipcase, ISBN 0934351678 Native American masterworks of art at the Heard Museum. Three volume set showing: Jewelry and Beadwork; Fine Art; and, Basketry and Pottery., (Order No: 59737 ), $40.00

17. Boas, Franz; Powell, J. W.; Holder, Preston (edited by), INTRODUCTION TO HANDBOOK OF AMERICAN INDIAN LANGUAGES AND INDIAN LINGUISTIC FAMILIES OF AMERICA NORTH OF MEXICO, Univ. of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE, (1968), 221pp, very good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 49935 ), $5.00

18. Brown, W. Norman, THE STORY OF KALAKA, Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, 1933, 15 B&W plates, 149pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), Texts, History, Legends, and Miniature Paintings of the Svetambara Jain Hagiographical Work - The Kalakacaryakatha., (Order No: 4798 ), $35.00

19. Buechel, Eugene, A GRAMMAR OF LAKOTA: THE LANGUAGE OF THE TETON SIOUX INDIANS, Rosebud Educational Society, Rosebud, SD, orig pub 1939, 374pp, good, blue cloth (hardcover) pencil notes endpapers & few pages, (Order No: 59730 ), $35.00

20. Bulow, Ernie (foreword by Tony Hillerman), NAVAJO TABOOS, Buffalo Medicine Books, Gallup, NM, 1991, B&W illustrations, 216pp, very good++, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0914001019, (Order No: 57442 ), $9.00

21. Bulow, Ernie (foreword by Tony Hillerman), NAVAJO TABOOS, Buffalo Medicine Books, Gallup, NM, 1991, ill. by Ernest Franklin, 216pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0914001019, (Order No: 58345 ), $10.00

22. Burland, Cottie, NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN MYTHOLOGY, Paul Hamlyn, London, (1965), over 100 B&W ill, 24pp color, 153pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 3148 ), $7.50

23. Butterworth, Hezekiah, LITTLE METACOMET, OR THE INDIAN PLAYMATE, Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., New York, (1904), B&W illustrations, 147pp, very good, decorated brown cloth (hardcover), "The life of an Indian boy, son of King Philip, in the woods of New England." Nice clean, tight and bright copy., (Order No: 50658 ), $20.00

24. Calloway, Colin G., THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION IN INDIAN COUNTRY: CRISIS AND DIVERSITY IN NATIVE AMERICAN COMMUNITIES, Cambridge University Press, Cambrigde, (1995), B&W illustrations, 327pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0521471494 This study presents the first broad coverage of Indian experiences in the Revolution rather than of Indian participation as allies or enemies of contending parties., (Order No: 54413 ), $6.00

25. Calloway, Colin G. (compiled and with an introduction by), NORTH COUNTRY CAPTIVES: SELECTED NARRATIVES OF INDIAN CAPTIVITY FROM VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE, Univ. Press of New England, Hanover, NH, (1992) 2nd ptg, 160pp, fine, wraps (softcover) signed by the author, ISBN 0874515823 The eight narratives selected provide a clearer understanding of the nature of captive taking., (Order No: 56872 ), $20.00

26. Campbell, Tyrone; Kopp, Joel; and, Kopp, Kate, NAVAJO PICTORIAL WEAVING 1880-1950 - FOLK ART IMAGES OF NATIVE AMERICANS, Dutton Studio Books, New York, (1991) 1st ed, color illustrations, 128pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0525485899 The history of Navajo weaving has been well documented., (Order No: 57098 ), $10.00

27. Capone, Patricia and Drooker, Penelope Ballard, MAKERS AND MARKETS: THE WRIGHT COLLECTION OF TWENTIETH-CENTURY NATIVE AMERICAN ART, Peabody Museum of Archealogy, Cambridge, MA, 1998, B&W and color illustrations, 176pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0873658256, (Order No: 57681 ), $14.50

28. Chapman, Neil, SANTA CLARA PORTRAITS - A PROUD TRADITION, Avanyu Passage, Buena Park, CA, (1999) 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 120pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover) signed by the author, ISBN 0967385008 "This book presents photographic fine art portraits of Native American Indian artists from Santa Clara Pueblo in northern New Mexico." Signed by the author on the half-title page. Unread copy that I took out of the original shrink wrap to catalogue., (Order No: 57210 ), $200.00

29. Churchill, Ward (introduction by Howard Zinn), FROM A NATIVE SON - SELECTED ESSAYS ON INDIGENISM, 1985-1995, South End Press, Boston, MA, (1996), 588pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0896085538, (Order No: 58609 ), $8.50

30. Coe, Ralph T. (edited by Irene Gordon; photographs by Bobby Hansson), LOST AND FOUND TRADITIONS: NATIVE AMERICAN ART 1965-1985, The Amer. Federation of Arts, New York, (1986), B&W and color illustrations, 288pp, very good++, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0917418786 This book has been published in conjunction with the exhibition Lost and Found Traditions: Native American Art 1965-1985, which was organized by the American Federation of Arts. This exhibition records journeys into the American Indian world made during most of a decade., (Order No: 23138 ), $25.00

31. Coulter, Lane (edited by), NAVAJO SADDLE BLANKETS: TEXTILES TO RIDE IN THE AMERICAN WEST, Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe, NM, (2002) 1st ptg, B&W and color illustrations, 144pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0890134065 "Featuring the Collection of the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture." "Navajo saddle blankets are amoung the most under appreciated art forms in the American Southwest, the Cinderella of Navajo textiles." UNCOMMON IN HARDCOVER,, (Order No: 56963 ), $150.00

32. Crompton, Anne Eliot (retold by) (illustrated by Robert Andrew Parker), THE WINTER WIFE: AN ABENAKI FOLKTALE, Little, Brown and Company, Boston, MA, (1975) 1st ed, color illustrations, 47pp, very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0316161438, (Order No: 59671 ), $7.50

33. Crozier-Hogle, Lois and Wilson, Darryl Babe (photographs by Giuseppe Saitta; edited by Jay Leibold; foreword by Greg Sarris), SURVIVING IN TWO WORLDS: CONTEMPORARY NATIVE AMERICAN VOICES, University of Texas Press, Austin, TX, (1998) 2nd ptg, B&W illustrations, 260pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0292746954 This volume brings together the voices of twenty-six Native American leaders. The interviewees come from a varitey of tribal backgrounds and include such national figures as Oren Lyons, Arvol Looking Horse, John Echohawk, William Demmert, Clifford Trafzer, Greg Sarris, and Roxanne Swentzell., (Order No: 50918 ), $10.00

34. Cushing, Frank Hamilton (as written by); Wright, Barton (edited and illustrated by), THE MYTHIC WORLD OF THE ZUNI, Univ. of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM, (1992) 2nd ptg, B&W illustrations, 167pp, fine, wraps (softcover) faint crease on rear cover, ISBN 0826313876 First recorded over a hundred years ago by Frank Hamilton Cusing, these tales have remained buried in an 1891 bureau of American Ethnology report., (Order No: 57125 ), $15.00

35. Cushing, Frank Hamilton (recorded and translated by) (with an introduction by J. W. Powell), ZUNI FOLK TALES, G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1901 1st ed, B&W frontis, 474pp, good, olive green cloth (hardcover) light edgewear, (Order No: 58201 ), $100.00

36. Davis, Andrew McFarland, THE JOURNEY OF MONCACHT-APE, Ye Galleon Press, Fairfield, WA, 1966, 55pp, good, salmon colored cloth (hardcover), limited to 568 copies, A study of a possible trans-continental journey told by a middle aged Indian of the Yazoo tribe about the year 1700, more than a century before Lewis & Clark actually made such a traverse., (Order No: 29447 ), $12.50

37. Davis, Carolyn O'Bagy, HOPI QUILTING: STITCHED TRADITIONS FROM AN ANCIENT COMMUNITY, Sanpete Publications, Tucson, AZ, (1997) 1st ptg, B&W and color illustrations, 127pp, very good, wraps (softcover) signed by the author, ISBN 0963509233 The story of the introduction of quilting to the Hopi people of northeastern Arizona in the late 1800s., (Order No: 58651 ), $30.00

38. Donnelly, Joseph P. (translated by and intro), WILDERNESS KINGDOM - INDIAN LIFE IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS 1840-1847: THE JOURNAL & PAINTING OF FATHER NICOLAS POINT, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York, (1967) 2nd ptg, B&W and color illustrations, 274pp, good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), "Indian Life in the Rocky Mountains, 1840-1847.", (Order No: 1160 ), $17.50

39. Eggan, Fred, THE AMERICAN INDIAN - PERSPECTIVES FOR THE STUDY OF SOCIAL CHANGE, Aldine Publishing Company, Chicago, IL, (1969) 2nd ptg, 193pp, good, green cloth (hardcover) (no dustjacket), (Order No: 44843 ), $5.00

40. Faris, James C., NAVAJO AND PHOTOGRAPHY: A CRITICAL HISTORY OF THE REPRESENTATION OF AN AMERICAN PEOPLE, University of New Mexico Pr., Albuquerque, NM, (1996) 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 392pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0826317251 "This thorough critical examination of photographic practices calls attention to the inability of most photography to communicate the lived experiences of native people or their history.", (Order No: 57242 ), $25.00

41. Faulk, Odie B., THE GERONIMO CAMPAIGN, Oxford University Press, New York, (1969), B&W illustrations, 245pp, very good, red cloth (hardcover) (no dustjacket), (Order No: 3346 ), $8.00

42. Ferg, Alan (editor) with contributions by William B. Kessel; Morris E. Opler; Grenville Goodwin and Jan Bell, WESTERN APACHE MATERIAL CULTURE: THE GOODWIN AND GUENTHER COLLECTIONS, University of Arizona Press, (1996) 3rd ptg, B&W and color illustrations, 222pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0816510288 This volume describes in detail two collections of Western Apache artifacts from east-central Arizona., (Order No: 58723 ), $20.00

43. Fletcher, Alice C. (introduction by Helen Myers), INDIAN GAMES AND DANCES WITH NATIVE SONGS: ARRANGED FROM AMERICAN INDIAN CEREMONIALS AND SPORTS, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE, (1994), 139pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0803268866, (Order No: 59159 ), $7.00

44. Fontana, Bernard L., A GUIDE TO CONTEMPORARY SOUTHWEST INDIANS, Southwest Parks & Monuments, Tucson, AZ, (1999), color illustrations, 88pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 1877856770 Detailed information for 46 Indian reservations in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah., (Order No: 59602 ), $6.50

45. Frank, Larry and Harlow, Francis H. (photographs by Bernard Lopez), HISTORIC POTTERY OF THE PUEBLO INDIANS 1600-1880, Schiffer Publishing Co., West Chester, PA, (1990) 2nd ed, B&W and color illustrations, 160pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0887402275 Pottery was to the Pueblo Indians what wood carving was to the Northwest Indians, and bead and quillwork to Indians of the Plains. Pueblo pottery of the Historic period, made from about 1600, when the Spanish arrived in the Southwest, to about 1880, is the least known and most handsome., (Order No: 57097 ), $25.00

46. Furst, Jill Leslie, MOJAVE POTTERY, MOJAVE PEOPLE - THE DILLINGHAM COLLECTION OF MOJAVE CERAMICS, School of American Research, Santa Fe, NM, (2001), color illustrations, 240pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0933452659, (Order No: 57594 ), $8.00

47. Garfield, Viola E., MEET THE TOTEM, Sitka Printing Company, Sitka, Alaska, 1967 5th ptg, drawings by George Fedoroff, 54pp, very good, wraps (softcover), First published in 1951. "The why and how of Totems" along with their symbolism, (Order No: 50506 ), $7.50

48. Gearing, Frederick O., THE FACE OF THE FOX, Aldine Publishing Company, Chicago, IL, (1970), B&W illustrations, 165pp, good w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), A BOOK ABOUT AMERICAN INDIANS, WHITE MEN, THE CULTURAL TRADITIONS THAT SEPARATE THEM, AND WHAT CAN BE DONE ABOUT THEIR ESTRANGEMENT. This book presents a selective description of one Indian community, the Fox Indians who live just outside Tama, Iowa., (Order No: 50997 ), $5.00

49. Glubok, Shirley, THE ART OF THE WOODLAND INDIANS, Macmillan Publishing Co., New York, (1976) 1st ptg, B&W illustrations, 48pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover) NOT Ex-Lib, ISBN 0027364402 A survey of the art and crafts of the forest-dwelling Indians of northern Atlantic seaboard and Great Lakes Region. Juvenile Literature., (Order No: 49467 ), $15.00

50. Gonyea, Ray (Guest Curator), ART OF THE SEVENTH GENERATION: IROQUOIS SYMBOLS ON CANVAS AND PAPER, Roberson Center for the Arts, Binghamton, NY, 1986, B&W and color illustrations, 48pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), Catalogue of an exhibition organized at the Roberson Center for the Arts and Sciences May 11, 1986 - July 13, 1986., (Order No: 49054 ), $50.00

51. Gridley, Marion E. (illustrated by Lone Wolf), INDIANS OF YESTERDAY, M. A. Donohue & Company, Chicago, IL, (1940), color illustrations, 63pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), A recognized authority on Indian legend, culture and customs, the author tells in a most fascinating manner interesting facts about "the people" who were the ancestors of our Indians today. Illustrated by the noted Lone Wolf, and outstanding Blackfoot Indian., (Order No: 56001 ), $12.50

52. Grimes, John R.; Feest, Christian F.; and Curran, Mary Lou (foreword by Dan L. Monroe), UNCOMMON LEGACIES - NATIVE AMERICAN ART FROM THE PEABODY ESSEX MUSEUM, Univ. of Washington Press, Seattle, WA, (2002), B&W and color illustrations, 272pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0295982403 The Peabody Essex Museum has one of the most important collections of early Native American art in this country., (Order No: 57243 ), $60.00

53. Hanauer, Elsie V., DOLLS OF THE INDIANS - A BOOK OF KACHINA EFFIGIES, A. S. Barnes and Company, New York, (1970), B&W illustrations, 128pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0498075362 This is the story of the religious ceremonies of the Hopi Indians, who still live in 20th-century Arizona in much the same way as did their ancestors., (Order No: 48361 ), $15.00

54. Hand, Richard A., A BOOKMAN'S GUIDE TO THE INDIANS OF THE AMERICAS, The Scarecrow Press, Inc., Metuchen, NJ, 1989, 750pp, fine, brown cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket as published, ISBN 0810821826 A Compilation of Over 10,000 Catalogue Entries with Prices and Annotations, Both Bibliographical and Descriptive., (Order No: 49866 ), $45.00

55. Harvey, Byron, RITUAL IN PUEBLO ART: HOPI LIFE IN HOPI PAINTING, Mus. of the Amer. Indian, New York, 1970, B&W and color illustrations, 84pp, plates, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) inscribed by the author, CONTRIBUTIONS FROM THE MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN HEYE FOUNDATION VOL. XXIV. Paintings examining Hopi life as viewed through the eyes of four young Hopi men, all of whom had lived both on and off the Reservation, and reflect a variety of interpretations and interests., (Order No: 38876 ), $60.00

56. Hedlund, Ann Lane, CONTEMPORARY NAVAJO WEAVING: THOUGHTS THAT COUNT, Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff, AZ, 1994, B&W and color illustrations, 32pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 089734118X, (Order No: 59355 ), $9.50

57. Hedren, Paul L. (edited by), THE GREAT SIOUX WAR 1876-77: THE BEST FROM MONTANA THE MAGAZINE OF WESTERN HISTORY, Montana Historical Society, Helena, (1991), B&W illustrations, 293pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0917298241, (Order No: 7223 ), $7.50

58. Henry, Thomas R., WILDERNESS MESSIAH: THE STORY OF HIAWATHA AND THE IROQUOIS, Bonanza Books, New York, orig pub 1955, 285pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 051713019X An interpretation of the Iroquois Indians' many-sided genius-thier talent for government, their ways in war, their conduct in family living, their religious beliefs. Throughout the book the real Hiawatha-not Longfellow's fictional brave-is a symbol of this genius, for it was he who persuaded the Iroquoian tribes to settle their suicidal differences and unite in the Great Peace of the 15th Century., (Order No: 11053 ), $5.00

59. Hill, Tom and Hill, Richard W. (edited by), CREATION'S JOURNEY: NATIVE AMERICAN IDENTITY AND BELIEF, Smithsonian Institution Pr., Washington, (1994), B&W and color illustrations, 256pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1560984538 This book draws on the vast collections of the National Museum of the American Indian to retell stories of native life from the Arctic to Tierra del Fuego and from childhood to old age., (Order No: 23132 ), $12.50

60. Holland, Robert E. (illustrated by LeRoy H. Appleton), THE SONG OF TEKAKWITHA: THE LILY OF THE MOHAWKS, Fordham University Press, New York, (1943) 2nd ptg, color illustrations, 168pp, very good, blue cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket, (Order No: 59321 ), $35.00

61. Hooker, Kathy Eckles (photographs by Helen Lau Running) (foreword by Danny K. Blackgoat), TIME AMONG THE NAVAJO - TRADITIONAL LIFEWAYS ON THE RESERVATION, Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe, NM, (1991) 2nd ptg, B&W illustrations, 104pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0890132216, (Order No: 58895 ), $5.00

62. Howard, Carole (coordinated by), AUTHENTIC INDIAN DANCES AND FOLKLORE, Kimbo Educational, Deal, NJ, 1971, B&W illustrations, 19pp, very good, wraps (softcover) - NO RECORDING - TEXT ONLY, This text very usefully by itself without the recording. Contents include: Corn Grinders Dance, Rain Dance, War Dance; and, The Strawberry Dance. Craft projects include: Indian Designs, Tin Can Rattle, Tom Tom, Wood Sticks and Bells., (Order No: 59887 ), $12.50

63. Inverarity, Robert Bruce, ART OF THE NORTHWEST COAST INDIANS, University of California Pr., Berkeley, CA, (1978) 7th ptg, B&W illustrations, 243pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0520005953 First published in 1950., (Order No: 1208 ), $8.50

64. Jacka, Lois Essary (written by); Jacka, Jerry (photographs by), ART OF THE HOPI: CONTEMPORARY JOURNEYS ON ANCIENT PATHWAYS, Northland Publishing, Flagstaff, AZ, (1998) 1st ptg, color illustrations, 165pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 087358628X A most comprehensive book about Hopi art., (Order No: 56931 ), $100.00

65. Johnson, Steven F., NINNUOCK [THE PEOPLE] - THE ALGONKIAN PEOPLE OF NEW ENGLAND, Bliss Publishing Co., Inc., Marlborough, MA, (1995) 1st ed, 282pp, very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 096251442X Within New England, the Algonkian people developed a diverse community of confederated tribal nations., (Order No: 59089 ), $9.00

66. Jones, Charles; Iacopi, Robert L.; Fontana, Bernard L. (editors), LOOK TO THE MOUNTAIN TOP, H. M. Gousha Co., San Jose, CA, (1972), B&W and color illustrations, 121pp, good w/chipped dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 5312 ), $12.00

67. Judd, Barbara (compiled by); Nesbit, M. Joanne (edited by), BROWN COUNTY'S ART COLONY - THE EARLY YEARS, Nana's Books, Nashville, IN, (1993), 87pp, fine, wraps (softcover), Early history of this Indiana art colony., (Order No: 58195 ), $30.00

68. Katz, Jane B. (edited by) (foreword by Dee Brown), THIS SONG REMEMBERS: SELF-PORTRAITS OF NATIVE AMERICANS IN THE ARTS, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, MA, 1980, B&W illustrations, 207pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 039529522X In this exciting anthology, twenty gifted Native Americans speak about their work and their lives., (Order No: 20227 ), $7.00

69. Katzenberg, Dena S., "AND EAGLES SWEEP ACROSS THE SKY" INDIAN TEXTILES OF THE NORTH AMERICAN WEST - NAVAJO BLANKETS AND RUGS - BASKETS OF THE WEST, The Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD, (1977), B&W and color illustrations, 152pp, very good, wraps (softcover), Catalogue of the exhibition held at the museum., (Order No: 60573 ), $7.00

70. Ketchum, William C., Jr., COLLECTING THE WEST: COWBOY, INDIAN, SPANISH AMERICAN, AND MINING MEMORABILIA, Crown Publishers, Inc., New York, (1993} 1st ed, color illustrations, 174pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0517578077, (Order No: 1301 ), $8.50

71. Koenig, Harriet and Koenig, Seymour H., NAVAJO WEAVING, NAVAJO WAYS, The Katonah Gallery, Katonah, NY, (1986), B&W and color illustrations, 40pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0915171031 The catalogue of an exhibition held at The Katonah Gallery, March 16 through May 25, 1986., (Order No: 49661 ), $25.00

72. Konstantin, Phil, THIS DAY IN NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN HISTORY, Da Capo Press, Cambridge, MA, (2002), B&W illustrations, 456pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0306811707 Important dates in the history of North America's native peoples for every calendar day., (Order No: 57811 ), $12.50

73. Kosik, Fran, NATIVE ROADS - THE COMPLETE MOTORING GUIDE TO THE NAVAJO AND HOPI NATIONS, Treasure Chest Books, Tucson, AZ, (1996), B&W illustrations, 292pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 1887896163 Self-guided road tours featuring the history, geology & native cultures of Northern Arizona., (Order No: 57466 ), $4.00

74. Kroeber, Theodora (foreword by Oliver La Farge), THE INLAND WHALE, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, IN, (1959), ill. by Joseph Crivy, 205pp, good+ w/good dustjacket (hardcover), These nine stories from the California Indians emphasize the common nature of men and women., (Order No: 41427 ), $7.50

75. Lesser, Alexander, THE PAWNEE GHOST DANCE HAND GAME: GHOST DANCE REVIVAL AND ETHNIC IDENTITY, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE, (1996), 340pp, very good++, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0803279655 Originally written in 1932 and based on field research among the Pawnees in 1929-31. The present edition includes a foreword and an expanded bibliography to the original text. Dedicated to Franz Boas (my great-grandfather)., (Order No: 47492 ), $5.00

76. Lewis, Thomas M. N. and Kneberg, Madeline, TRIBES THAT SLUMBER: INDIANS OF THE TENNESSEE REGION, Univ. of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, TN, (1982) 7th ptg, ill. by Madeline Kneberg, 196pp, very good++, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0870490214 First published in 1958. The story of the region's ancient and earliest people., (Order No: 33595 ), $6.00

77. Lieder, Michael and Page, Jake, WILD JUSTICE: THE PEOPLE OF GERONIMO VS. THE UNITED STATES, Random House, New York, (1997) 1st ed, 321pp, very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0679451838 A detailed history of an Apache band tested in battle and in the courtroom., (Order No: 35006 ), $12.00

78. Lincoln, Louise (edited by), SOUTHWEST INDIAN SILVER FROM THE DONEGHY COLLECTION, Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, MN, (1982), B&W illustrations, 189pp, fine w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0292724403 Produced in conjunction with the exhibition FINISHED IN BEAUTY: SOUTHWEST INDIAN SILVER FROM THE DONEGHY COLLECTION, this is a detailed catalogue of all 875 objects in the collection, a bibliography, and a glossary of terms., (Order No: 57515 ), $50.00

79. Lismer, M., SENECA SPLINT BASKETRY - IROQUOIS REPRINTS, Iroqrafts, Ltd, Ontario, Canada, (1982), B&W illustrations, 40pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0919645046 Originally published by Education division, US Office of Indian Affairs, 1941 - Indian Handcraft Pamphlets 4., (Order No: 48907 ), $12.00

80. Lummis, Charles F. (introduction by Robert F. Gish), PUEBLO INDIAN FOLK-STORIES, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE, (1992), 257pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0803279388, (Order No: 58353 ), $6.00

81. Lyford, Carrie A. (edited by Willard W. Beatty), IROQUOIS CRAFTS, United States Indian Service, n.p., 1957 printing, B&W illustrations, 97pp, good, wraps (softcover), First published in 1945. Indian Handcrafts - 6, (Order No: 32478 ), $10.00

82. Macdowell, Lloyd W., ALASKA INDIAN BASKETRY, The Shorey Book Store, Seattle, WA, (1974) 8th ptg, B&W illustrations, 14pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0846600218 Quality facsimile reprint of the original 1904 booklet published by The Alaska Steamship Company introducting their travellers as to the types of baskets they would see., (Order No: 59471 ), $20.00

83. Margolin, Malcolm (edited with commentary by), THE WAY WE LIVED: CALIFORNIA INDIAN REMINISCENCES, STORIES AND SONGS, Heyday Books, Berkeley, CA, (1981), B&W illustrations, 209pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0930588045, (Order No: 57338 ), $3.00

84. Martin, Fran (retold by), RAVEN-WHO-SETS-THINGS-RIGHT: INDIAN TALES OF THE NORTHWEST COAST, Harper & Row, Publishers, New York, (1975), ill. by Dorothy McEntee, 90pp, very good+ w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 060240717 A revised edition, with all new art, of NINE TALES OF THE RAVEN., (Order No: 37274 ), $25.00

85. Mason, Otis T., BASKET-WORK OF THE NORTH AMERICAN ABORIGINES, The Shorey Book Store, Seattle, WA, (1973) 3rd ed, B&W ill., very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0846640058 Extract From: Smithsonian Annual Report 1884. Vol. 2. Facsimile Reproduction 1968, Third Edition Facsimile Reprint Limited to 250 Copies., (Order No: 35155 ), $20.00

86. Masson, Marcelle, A BAG OF BONES - THE WINTU MYTHS OF A TRINITY RIVER INDIAN, Naturegraph Company, n.p., (1966), 130pp, very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0911010262 Legends of the Wintu Indians of Northern California., (Order No: 47001 ), $4.50

87. McLuhan, T. C., DREAM TRACKS: THE RAILROAD AND THE AMERICAN INDIAN 1890-1930, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York, (1985), B&W and color illustrations, 208pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0810908352 Illustrated with photographs from the William E. Kopplin collection., (Order No: 2461 ), $15.00

88. McQuiston and McQuiston (created and produced by) (text by Jeremy Schmidt; captions by Laine Thom), IN THE SPIRIT OF MOTHER EARTH: NATURE IN NATIVE AMERICAN ART, Chronicle Books, San Francisco, CA, (1994), B&W and color ill., 120pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISN 0811805018 This volume shows how nature has influenced the exquisite handiwork of Native American people through the ages., (Order No: 27537 ), $10.00

89. Mera, H. P., PUEBLO DESIGNS - 176 ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE RAIN BIRD, Dover Publications, Inc., New York, (1970), drawings by Tom Lea, 113pp, good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0486220737, (Order No: 45886 ), $4.00

90. Momaday, N. Scott (introduction by); West, W. Richard (Director), NATIVE AMERICAN LIVES - PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION OF THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, (1994), B&W illustrations, 107pp, good+, gray boards (hardcover) couple small edge bumps to boards, Limited to 1500 copies for the "New York Gala Celebration October 27, 1994." Erratum slip laid in. Internally a very good+ copy., (Order No: 50509 ), $40.00

91. Moore, William V., INDIAN WARS OF THE UNITED STATES FROM THE DISCOVERY TO THE PRESENT TIME FROM THE BEST AUTHORITIES, R. W. Pomeroy, Philadelphia, PA, 1842, B&W illustrations, 321pp, good, orig full calf binding (hardcover) front board a tad loose, Clean and tight book block, but heavy foxing throughout. Note too that the front board is a tad loose., (Order No: 2660 ), $125.00

92. Moulard, Barbara L. (text by) (Bill Schenck Collection - signed by Bill Schenck), RE-CREATING THE WORD: PAINTED CERAMICS OF THE PREHISTORIC SOUTHWEST - THE BILL SCHENCK COLLECTION, Schenck Southwest Publishing, Santa Fe, NM, (2002) 1st ed, color illustrations, 227pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0971915008 A survey of prehistoric ceramic art created by anonymous artists of the Southwest., (Order No: 57872 ), $45.00

93. Nahohai, Milford and Phelps, Elisa (foreword by James Ostler), DIALOGUES WITH ZUNI POTTERS, Zuni A:shiwi Publishing, Zuni, NM, (1995), B&W and color illustrations, 100pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0964140128 "An intimate look at the ancient art of Zuni pottery making as seen through the eyes of contemporary Zuni potters.", (Order No: 57205 ), $45.00

94. Nickens, Paul and Nickens, Kathleen, NATIVE AMERICANS OF ARIZONA - POSTCARD HISTORY SERIES, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, SC, (2007), B&W illustrations, 128pp, fine, wraps (softcover) signed and inscribed by the authors, ISBN 0738548847, (Order No: 58347 ), $12.50

95. Nickens, Paul and Nickens, Kathleen, PUEBLO INDIANS OF NEW MEXICO - POSTCARD HISTORY SERIES, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, SC, (2008), B&W illustrations, 128pp, fine, wraps (softcover) signed and inscribed by the authors, ISBN 0738548367, (Order No: 58348 ), $12.50

96. Noble, David Grant (edited by), THE HOHOKAM - ANCIENT PEOPLE OF THE DESERT, School of Amer. Research Pr., Santa Fe, NM, (2002) 4th ptg, B&W illustrations, 77pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0933452292 The prehistoric Hohokam - ancestors of today's Pima and Tohono O'odham tribes - left impressive networks of sophisticated irrigation canals in the southern Arizona desert, along with remains of villages., (Order No: 59009 ), $9.50

97. Oberg, Michael Leroy, UNCAS - FIRST OF THE MOHEGNAS, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY, (2003) 1st ptg, 268pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0801438772 "Impressive account of the life of one of the most notable Mohegans.", (Order No: 57319 ), $12.50

98. Page, Thomas, THE CIVILIZATION OF THE AMERICAN INDIANS, Crescent Books, New York, orig pub 1979, B&W and color ill., 171pp, very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0517307014 Besides a study of the orgins of a great people, this book presents the Indians of the various regions: the Northeast, Southeast, Plains, Southwest, Pacific Northwest, Great Basin and California. The way they lived, their customs and laws, their agriculture, the mysteries of their medicine, their beliefs, their authentic and refreshingly original art, etc. is all explained in a vivid and readable style., (Order No: 9553 ), $12.00

99. Parchemin, Richard (general editor), THE LIFE AND HISTORY OF AMERICA'S INDIAN RESERVATIONS, JG Press, Inc., North Dighton, MA, (1998), B&W and color illustrations, 192pp, fine w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1572152559 This book examines the history of Indian reservations (in Canada, reserves) from their early beginnings in the mid-nineteenth century to the present, exploring a complex and often tragic episode of North America's past., (Order No: 57513 ), $12.50

100. Peale, Arthur L., UNCAS AND THE MOHEGAN-PEQUOT, Meador Publishing Company, Boston, MA, 1939 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 183pp, good+ w/chipped dustjacket (hardcover) inscribed by the author, Uncas, the great historical character of New England (and found in Cooper's LAST OF THE MOHICANS as a great hero), was first recognized by King Charles the First of England. Uncas died in 1682 or 1683., (Order No: 59719 ), $50.00

101. Peckham, Stewart, FROM THIS EARTH: THE ANCIENT ART OF PUEBLO POTTERY, Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe, NM, (1990) 3rd ptg, B&W and color illustrations, 169pp, very good+, wraps (softcover) slight wave to book block, ISBN 0890132054 Studies the pottery-making traditions from the earliest utility ware of the Mogollon and Anasazi Indians to the artistically superb pottery made by contemporary Pueble Indians of the Rio Grande Valley., (Order No: 57678 ), $25.00

102. Phillips, James L., and Brown, James A. (edited by), ARCHAIC HUNTERS AND GATHERERS IN THE AMERICAN MIDWEST - NEW WORLD ARCHAEOLOGICAL RECORD, Academic Press, New York, 1983 1st ptg, B&W illustrations, 349pp, fine, maroon boards (hardcover), ISBN 0125539800 Fascinating collection of essays and studies on recent developments in the studies of hunter-gatherers in the American Midwest., (Order No: 54842 ), $115.00

103. Powers, William K., WAR DANCE - PLAINS INDIAN MUSICAL PERFORMANCE, University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ, (1990), 199pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0816513651, (Order No: 57439 ), $4.00

104. Ramsey, Jarold, READING THE FIRE: THE TRADITIONAL INDIAN LITERATURES OF AMERICA - REVISED AND EXPANDED, University of Washington Pr., Seattle, WA, (1999), 332pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0295977876 This volume engages America's "first literatures," traditional Native American tales and legends, as literary art and part of our collective imaginative heritage. This revised edition of a book first published to critical acclaim in 1983 includes four new essays., (Order No: 25311 ), $6.00

105. Rodee, Marian, WEAVING OF THE SOUTHWEST - FROM THE MAXWELL MUSEUM OF ANTHOROPOLOGY - UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO, Schiffer Publishing Co., Atglen, PA, (1987), B&W and color illustrations, 248pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0887400914 Presents important information of Pueblo, Navajo, Rio Grande and Northern Mexican weaving styles of the Southwestern US Region., (Order No: 57100 ), $14.50

106. Roskind, Robert, THE BEAUTY PATH - A NATIVE AMERICAN JOURNEY INTO ONE LOVE, One Love Press, Blowing Rock, NC, (2006), B&W illustrations, 313pp, fine, wraps (softcover) inscribed by the author, ISBN 1565221001, (Order No: 50072 ), $9.50

107. Rushforth, Scott and Upham, Steadman, A HOPI SOCIAL HISTORY: ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON SOCIOCULTURAL PERSISTENCE AND CHANGE, University of Texas Press, Austin, TX, (1992) 1st ed, 312pp, very good+ w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0292730667, (Order No: 57438 ), $7.50

108. Salkeld, Stefani, SOUTHWEST WEAVING: A CONTINUUM - THE VISION PERSISTS: NATIVE FOLK ARTS OF THE WEST, San Diego Museum of Man, San Diego, CA, (1996), B&W and color illustrations, 74pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0937808652, (Order No: 60227 ), $12.00

109. Scriver, Bob, THE BLACKFEET: ARTISTS OF THE NORTHERN PLAINS - THE SCRIVER COLLECTION OF BLACKFEET INDIAN ARTIFACTS AND RELATED OBJECTS..., The Lowell Press, Inc., Kansas City, KS, (1990) 2nd ptg, color illustrations, 293pp, very good w/good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 093284538X "...1894-1990." Depicts a magnificent collection of the most definitive examples of Blackfeet material., (Order No: 56930 ), $295.00

110. Sewell, Brice H., INDIAN ARTS & CRAFTS TO DAY OF NEW MEXICO - ARIZONA -- ( INDIAN ARTS & CRAFTS OF TODAY ), The Indian Arts, Taos, NM, n.d., B&W illustrations, 16pp, very good++, wraps (softcover), This small publication is an attempt to give a very brief resume of the Arts and Crafts of the present day Indians of New Mexico and Arizona., (Order No: 44227 ), $12.50

111. Simmons, Marc, WITCHCRAFT IN THE SOUTHWEST: SPANISH AND INDIAN SUPERNATURALISM ON THE RIO GRANDE, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE, (1980), B&W illustrations, 184pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0803291167, (Order No: 58867 ), $5.00

112. Simpson, Georgiana Kennedy, NAVAJO CEREMONIAL BASKETS: SACRED SYMBOLS - SACRED SPACE, Native Voices, Summertown, TN, (2003) 1st ptg, color illustrations, 151pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 1570671184, (Order No: 57372 ), $10.00

113. Smole, William J., THE YANOAMA INDIANS: A CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY, University of Texas Press, Austin, TX, (1976), B&W illustrations, 272pp, very good+ w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0292710194 The Yanoama are one of the most numerous remaining aboriginal populations of the South American tropical forests., (Order No: 58421 ), $17.50

114. Spindel, Carol, DANCING AT HALFTIME - SPORTS AND THE CONTROVERSY OVER AMERICAN INDIAN MASCOTS, New York University Press, New York, (2000) 1st ptg, B&W illustrations, 284pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0814781268 An account of the 20th-century phenomenon of American Indians used as sports mascots, some fascinating early history of college football, and the controversy today over the use of these Native American mascots., (Order No: 41585 ), $20.00

115. Swann, Brian (edited by), ON THE TRANSLATION OF NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURES, Smithsonian Institution Pr., Washington, D.C., (1992) 1st ptg, 478pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1560980745 In this book, twenty-three scholars in linguistics, folklore, English, and anthropology--among them Dennis Tedlock, John Bierhorst, Dell Hymes, Judith Berman, Miguel Leon-Portilla, and Louise M. Burkhart--provide a working introduction to the history, methods, and problems of translating Native American literatures., (Order No: 16093 ), $12.50

116. Tanner, Clara Lee, SOUTHWEST INDIAN CRAFT ARTS, University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ, (1975) 5th ptg, B&W and color ill., 206pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0816500835 The author relates the fascinating details of recent and contemporary craft art of the Southwest Indian tribes., (Order No: 32518 ), $7.50

117. Weaver, Thomas (editor), INDIANS OF ARIZONA: A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE, University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ, (1975) 2nd ptg, B&W illustrations, 169pp, very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0816504555, (Order No: 58740 ), $4.00

118. Weeks, Alvin G., MASSASOIT OF THE WAMPANOAGS, Privately Printed, Fall River, MA, 1920, B&W illustrations, 270pp, good++, clay colored cloth (hardcover) lacks front free endpaper, "With a brief commentary on Indian character; and sketches of other Great Chiefs, Tribes and Nations; also a chapter on Samoset, Squanto and Hobamock, three early native friends of the Plymouth colonists.", (Order No: 19579 ), $7.00

119. Wheat, Joe Ben; Hedlund, Ann Lane (edited by), BLANKET WEAVING IN THE SOUTHWEST, University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ, (2003) 1st ptg, B&W and color illustrations, 444pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0816523045 Describes the evolution of southwestern textiles from the early historic period to the late nineteenth century, establishes a revised chronology for their developement, and traces significant changes in materials, techniques and designs., (Order No: 57720 ), $60.00

120. Whitaker, Kathleen (with analysis assistance by Susie Hart), COMMON THREADS: PUEBLO AND NAVAJO TEXTILES IN THE SOUTHWEST MUSEUM, Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, CA, (1998), color illustrations, 72pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0916561720 Published in conjunction with an exhibition by the same name., (Order No: 57099 ), $25.00

121. Whiteford, Andrew Hunter, SOUTHWESTERN INDIAN BASKETS: THEIR HISTORY AND THEIR MAKERS, School of Amer. Research Pr., Santa Fe, NM, (1998) 4th ptg, B&W and color illustrations, 219pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0933452241 A comprehensive history of this oldest southwestern craft that is unique in focusing as much on the people who make the baskets as on the baskets themselves as objects., (Order No: 43843 ), $8.00

122. Wildschut, William and Ewers, John C., CROW INDIAN BEADWORK: A DESCRIPTIVE AND HISTORICAL STUDY, Eagle's View Publishing, Ogden, UT, 1985, B&W and color illustrations, 55pp, plates, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0943604060 Originally published in 1959 in New York by the Museum of the American Indian., (Order No: 40608 ), $15.00

123. Wiley, Belle, MEWANEE: THE LITTLE INDIAN BOY, Silver, Burdett & Company, New York, (1912), ill. by Charles D. Hubbard, 101pp, good, decorated green cloth (hardcover), (Order No: 40212 ), $7.50

124. Winter, Mark, DANCES WITH WOOL: CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF WOVEN IMAGES FROM SOUTHWESTERN MYTHOLOGY, Toadlena Trading Post, Newcomb, NM, 2002, B&W and color illustrations, 72pp, fine, wraps (softcover), Catalogue of an exhibition organized by The Historic Toadlena Trading Post for the Fifth Anniversary Celebration June 15, 2002., (Order No: 57679 ), $40.00

125. Woodward, Grace Steele, THE CHEROKEES, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, OK, (1984) 8th ptg, B&W illustrations, 359pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0806118156 First published in 1963., (Order No: 54894 ), $4.50

126. Wroth, William (edited by), UTE INDIAN ARTS & CULTURE - FROM PREHISTORY TO THE NEW MILLENNIUM, Colorado Springs Fine Arts, Colorado Springs, CO, (2000), B&W and color illustrations, 248pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0916537129 Catalogue of the exhibition documenting the variety and rich traditions of Ute arts and culture., (Order No: 57309 ), $20.00

127. Wyman, Leland C., THE MOUNTAINWAY OF THE NAVAJO; WITH A MYTH OF THE FEMALE BRANCH RECORDED AND TRANSLATED BY FATHER BERARD HAILE, OFM, University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ, (1975), B&W illustrations, 271pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) inscribed by author, ISBN 0816504121 Provides a thorough understanding of the Mountain Chant and its various branches., (Order No: 58229 ), $60.00

128. Young, Robert W. and Morgan, William, COLLOQUIAL NAVAHO - A DICTIONARY, Hippocrene Books, Inc., New York, (1998), 461pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0781802784 Originally compiled in 1951., (Order No: 57714 ), $10.00

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