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#01. The Dictionary of "Native American Terminology".  By: Carl Waldman.  A valuable reference for those interested in Native American Studies, and for anyone interested in the facsination liguistic heritage of Native Americans.  Topics include: Arts & Crafts, Food & Agriculture, Architecture, Legend & Myth, Language, Music, Religion and Ritual and Recreation and Sports.

                                                                                       HB. $9.95

#02. "Pueblo Bonito"  A written guide to the tour of Pueblo Bonito, a famous city in " Chaco Canyon" in Northwest New Mexico.  Highlights the interesting points and places of the city.

SB.  $4.95

#03. "Squaw Peak Parkway Archaeology".  Published by the City of Phoenix Pueblo Grande Museum.  This book covers the archaeology of the Hohokam Native Americans that lived in the Pheonix area before the city was built.  The Archaeology was done before the Squaw Peak Parkway was built.  Published in 1986.

                                                                                     SB.  $4.95

 

#04. Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology "Archeological Investigations at the Site of Fort Stevenson (32ML2) Garrison Reservoir, North Dakota.  By: Hubert Smith.  River Basin Surveys Papers, No.19, From the Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin  176 pp. 

SB.  $25.00

 

#05. "The Muncy Indians" A Chronological History.  A Bicentennial Sesquicentennial Issue.  By: Gary L. Fogelman.  A Chronological history of Indian occupation of the Muncy Area. The Goal is to put before the people of Muncy a composite view of the many cultures that inhabited this land thousands of years before the coming of the white man.  

  

                                                                                             SB.  $12.00 

 

 #06. "Hovering Over Baja"  By: Erle Stanley Gardner. Published in 1961.  A written account of the travels ofErle Stanley Gardner and his explorations of the Baja Pennensila in California.

HB.  $9.95

#07. The International Journal of "Nautical Archaeology" and Underwater Exploration.  Published for the Council for Nautical Archaeology by Academic Press London NewYork San Francisco.  Volume 5, No.2, May 1976.

This Issue covers ship wrecks in the Mediteranian Sea.

SB.  $4.95

#08. The International Journal of "Nautical Archaeology" and Underwater Exploration.  Published for the Council for Nautical Archaeology by Academic Press London NewYork San Francisco.  Volume 5, No.3,  Aug. 1976.

This Issue covers "The Dartmouth" a British frigate wreched off Mull in 1690.

SB.  $4.95

#09.  An Original Copy, printed in 1978.  ANCIENT POTTERY OF THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY. William H. Holmes. Full of information and illustrations of the Mississippian Pottery. A nice small book with lots of information, sketches and drawings of pottery. 196 pages.

SB. $10.00

#10.  The International Journal of "Nautical Archaeology" and Underwater Exploration.  Published for the Council for Nautical Archaeology by Academic Press London NewYork San Francisco.  Volume 5,  No. 1,  Feb. 1976.

This issue covers the Identification of timbers from old ships of north-western European orgin.

 

 

SB.  $4.95

#11. The International Journal of "Nautical Archaeology" and Underwater Exploration.  Published for the Council for Nautical Archaeology by Academic Press London NewYork San Francisco. Volume 6, No.4, Nov. 1977.

This issue covers "Durable materials for sea water: the archaeological evidence.

SB.  $4.95

#12.  The International Journal of "Nautical Archaeology" and Underwater Exploration.  Published for the Council for Nautical Archaeology by Academic Press London NewYork San Francisco.  Volume 5,  No. 4,  Nov. 1976.  This issue coversExperimental archaeology and boats.

SB.  $4.95

#13. The International Journal of "Nautical Archaeology" and Underwater Exploration.  Published for the Council for Nautical Archaeology by Academic Press London NewYork San Francisco. Volume 6, No.3, Aug. 1977.

This issue covers Ancient square rigging, with and without lifts.

SB.   $4.95

#14.   "Indian & Eskimo Artifacts of North America"  By: Charles Miles, With a Foreword by Frederick J. Dockstader. A pictorial guide with explanatory captions.  Photographs of over 2 thousand examples of the major kinds of North American native-made and -used artifacts.  Tools, weapons, pottery, basketry, clothing, boats and ceremonial regalia are shown. It is a book which contains many examples never before published.

HB.  $25.00

#15. The International Journal of "Nautical Archaeology" and Underwater Exploration.  Published for the Council for Nautical Archaeology by Academic Press London NewYork San Francisco. This issure covers Maritime archaeology and salvage laws. Some comments following Robinson v. The Western Australian Museum.

SB.  $.4.95

#16.  The International Journal of "Nautical Archaeology" and Underwater Exploration.  Published for the Council for Nautical Archaeology by Academic Press London NewYork San Francisco. This issue covers The mystery of the Graeco-Roman steering-oar.

SB.  $4.95

#17. The International Journal of "Nautical Archaeology" and Underwater Exploration.  Published for the Council for Nautical Archaeology by Academic Press London New York San Francisco.  This issue covers "The flat-bottomed boat from Druten, Netherlands.

SB.  $4.95

#18.  The International Journal of "Nautical Archaeology" and Underwater Exploration.  Published for the Council for Nautical Archaeology by Academic Press London New York San Francisco. This issue covers "Some thoughts on salvage law and historic preservation.

SB.  $4.95

#19. The International Journal of "Nautical Archaeology" and Underwater Exploration.  Published for the Council for Nautical Archaeology by Academic Press London New York San Francisco.  This issue covers Mediterranean hull types compared 2. Wreck F from Cape Dramont (Var), France.

SB.  $4.95

#20. The International Journal of "Nautical Archaeology" and Underwater Exploration.  Published for the Council for Nautical Archaeology by Academic Press London New York San Francisco.  This issue covers Preliminary report on recording methods used for the investigation of merchant shipwrecks at Jutholmen and Alvsnabben in 1973-74.

SB.  $4.95

#21.    "Arrowheads of the Central Great Plains"  By: Daniel J. Fox.  Copywright 2003.  This book covers arrow points found in the Central Great Plains Region of the United States.  It covers  the Anatomy of a Point.  It is filled with information on collecting arrowheads and stone item. It also discusses the legallity of surface hunting on rivers and streams.  A very good starter book for a young collector. 

SB.  $103.95

 

 #22. The American Heritage of History "The Great West"  By: The Editors of American Heritage, The Magazine of History. Copyright date: 1965.  This book is like an Encyclopedia that covers all different Tribes, as well as early settlers.  It is a great book to add to any Native American Library.

HB.  $30.00

#23. "North American Indian Mythology"  BY: Cottie Burland. This book covers many tribes from the Artic Circle to all areas of North America.  It is loaded with many pictures and information on places lived, what they lived in and many of their customs and Religious Beliefs.  It would make a fantastic addition to any Native American Library.

HB.  $55.00

#24.To Young, Too, Are Heroic.  By: William Louis Crow.  Set during the period of the texas Revolution, this volume of illustrated family stories combines real-life heroes of our past with the stories of fictitious youngsters who persevere through the c haotic and harrowing days of the birth of the Republic of Texas.

HB.  $14.95

#25. The Gulf of Mexico.  By: Bern Keating.

This book describes the varied landscape of the Gulf shores from the Dry Tortugas off Florida to the delta of the Rio Grande and reviews the prospects for the futuere of many of the area's now rare onshore and offshore species.. Makes a plea for the preservation of the exuisite creatures of the earth, sea and sky that inhabit this ecologicaaly important area.

                                                                      HB.  $14.95

#26.  "Footprints of Vanished Races" By: A.J. Conant, A. M.

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1879.  The first organized effort for the study and preservation of the antiquities of this continent.

Covers the Origins of Native American from Cave Dwellers to the Mississippian Culture.  It would make a fantastic addition to any Native American Library.

 

HB.  $75.00

#27.  Fieldtrip Guidebook of the "South Texas Geo-

logical Society,  San Antonio, Texas.  Prepared for the 74th Annual Convention, American Association of Petroleum Geologist, 1989.  Covers the Geology of the Big Bend and Trans-Pecos Region.

                                                                      SB.   $6.95

#28.  Before Colha:  Preceramic Point Typology in the Colha Project Regional Survey Area.   This was presented at the 47th International Congress of Americanists,  at Tulane University.  July 9, 1991.  By: Thomas C. Kelly for the Center for Archaeoligical Research at the University of Texas at San Antonio.

                                                                                SB.   $6.95

Have 2 Copies

#29 Chaco Canyon.  By: Robert H. Lister & Florence C. Lister.  A carefully researched study record of the contributions and the understanding of the greater American Southwest.  The most complete and concise summary of the work carried out in Chaco Canyon from its discovery up to recent times.  A must for both archaeologists and the general reader.

                                                             Only 1 left  S.B.  $14.95

#30.  Best Photos of the Civil War.  By: Hirst Dillon Milhollen & James Ralph Johnson Major, U.S.M.C. 4th Printing-1973.  Long smoldering issues of slavery and state's rights divided a once peaceful nation and led to a fratricidal conflict, the Civil War.  Loaded with pictures.

                                                                                     HB.  $15.00

#31.  The Book of Indian Crafts and Indian Lore.  By:  Julian Harris Salomon.   Readers can learn how to make headdresses, moccasins, beaded items and many more native crafts.  Easy to follow directions with picture aids.

                                                                   SB.  $11.95

#32. Indian Relics and Their Values.   By:  Allen Brown.  Copywrite 1942, Lightner Publishing Co., Chicago.  This book is filled with information about the buying and selling of artifacts and how the market changes.  It is old and not really pertinate to our time, but a great collector item.

                                                                                       HB.  $15.00

#33.  (#1) Overstreet Indian Projectile Point Price Guide, Arrowheads, Spears, Knives.  By: Robert M. Ovewrstreet & Howard Peaks.  How to classify; Hundreds of Point Types; Valuable Marketing tips,  Chronology,  Many outstanding and rare Points, shows several variation and many documents that show important archaeological information about sites and types.

                                                  SB.  $250.00

#34.  The Fenn Cache-Clovis Weapons and Tools.  By: George Frison and Bruce Bradley.  The Fenn cache is a remarkable collection of 56 projectile points, tools and pre-forms that were made by Americans at a time when their primary food source was the mammoth. The Authors have spent many years excavating the sites where these ancient Clovis People killed and butchered their prey.  This book takes you back to look at those people and those times, when flint knapping and hunting skills ere the real tools of survival and pride of workmanship was their trademark. Copyright: 1999,  111 pages. Has dust jacket.                                              HB. $80.00

#35.  Indian Art of the United States. By: Frederic H. Douglas & Rene D'harnoncourt.  The Authors have attempted to give a representative picture of Indian Art in the United States.  Since some of the tribal groups live both in the U.S. & Canada, a number of Canadian specimens have been included in order to show the entire scope of each culture.  One ancient Eskimo ivory object was acturally collected in Siberia, but was undoubtably made by an Alaskan Eskimo. Copyright 1941,  219 pages.

                                                                          HB.   $45.00

#36. People of the Lake.  By: The Editors of Time -Life Books.  One of a Series  that chronicles the History and Culture of the Native Americans.  Copyright 1994.

192 pages.

                                       HB.   $19.95

#37. "The Mid-America All Indian Center Inc.  Located in Wichita Kansas.

The Plains Indians, a historical Narrative by a Top Indian Scholar.  An Indian center evolves. The Complete History of the Mid-America All-Indian Center.  A variety of Important services, everything you need to know about what is offered.  Indian People - Personality Features of the People who Made it Happen. The Indian Museum -A new idea in Indian Museums.  Circa:1976.  56 pages.

SB.  $10.00

#38. "American Indian Art Magazine"  Vol.2, Number 4,  August 1, 1997.

Mimbres Art: Chapters include: Sidetracked on the trail of a Mexican Connection.  Casas Grandes Effigy Vessels.  Eighteenth Century Pottery. The Pottery of Acoma Pueblo.  Rose Gonzales,  Dextra Quotskuyva Nampeyo.  Hopi Tiles  and Helen Cordero.

 

SB.   $5.00

#39.  Texas Monthly Field Guide Series-A Field Guide to Stone Artifacts of Texas Indians. By: Ellen Sue Turner and Thomas R. Hester.  Second Edition.  Identifies and describes more than 200 dart and arrow projectile points and stone tools used by prehistoric Native Americans in Texas. Copyright: 1993, 2nd Edition,  395 pages

                                                HB.   $49.50

#40. Mounds For The Dead.  By: Don W. Dragoo.  Annals of Carnegie Museum Vol. 37.  Discusses the origins of the Adena and Hopewell cultures of the Native Americans in the Ohio Valley.  Copyright 1963.  315 pages.

 

                                                                         SB.  $55.00

#41.  The Glacial Kame Indians.  By: Robrt N. Converse.  A Special Publication of The Archaeological Society of Ohio.  A comprehensive study of the Glacial Kame Culture in the Ohio Valley and surrounding areas. Discusses the possible ties to later cultures of the Adena and Hopewell. 159 pages. Has dust jacket

                                                                        

  HB.   $45.00

#42. "The American Heritage Book of Indians"  By The Editors of American Heritage-The Magazine of History.  Introduction By: John F. Kennedy, President of the United States. Chapters include: People of the Dawn,  Feathered Gods and Priests, Empires of the Sun, People of Peace, King of the World, War in the Rorest, The Anvil of America, The Dispossessed, The Image Makers, Kayakers and Cannibal Dancers,  Beulah Land,  The People of Dreams, The Last Arrow, Reservations and Acknowledgments. Comes with Hard Cover Sleeve.

 

HB. $135.00

#43.  The Navajo and Pueblo "Silversmiths".  By: John Adair. The Author presents the story of the Indian silver jewelry fashioned in the Southwest by the Navajo and the Zuni, Hopi and other Pueblo peoples. Provides a full history of the craft and the actual names and localities of the pioneer craftsmen who introduces the craft to their people.  Copyright 1970.  220 pages. Has dust jacket.

 

                                                                            HB. $35.00

#44.  Hopi Kachina Dolls - With a Key to their Identification.  By: Harold S. Colton.  Tells how to identify Hopi Kachina dolls.  Copyright:1959. 150 pages.

                                                                                 

                                                                        

 

 

HB.  $20.00

#45. "The Book of Indian-Crafts and Costumes.  By: Bernard S. Mason.  Circa-1946.  The Material in this book is taken from the Plains and the Woodland Indians.  Covers, housing, clothing and crafts from early times to the time of the Reservations in Oklahoma.

 

HB.  $20.00

#46.  Ancient Indian Pottery of the Mississippi River Valley.  By: Roy Hathcock.  A pictorial study of prehistoric pottery of the Mississippian Culture, 1000-1650 A.D. This publication recognizes the mastery of Mound builder sculptors. The Author has compiled data, photographs to classify over 600 vessels into six different parts.  1. Pottery Types  2.Categories  3. Cultural motifs  4. Compound designs  5.  Painted motifs and #6. Effigy forms.  Copyright: 1988, Second Edition. 236 pages, Has dust jacket.  Perfect Condition. 667 Illustrations & 72 color plates.

                                                                      HB   $75.00

#47.  "The Memoirs of Chief Red Fox"  With Photographs.  Published By: Fawett World Libary.  It is a book that is high entertainment yet filled with sorrow and a deep understanding of what it has meant to be an Indian and to be a White man, then and now.  Chief Red Fox is a nephew of Crazy Horse.

 

SB.  $10.00

#48. "Indian Crafts & Lore"  By: W. Ben Hunt.  Original Copyright 1954,

Fifteenth Printing 1967.  This is a Fantastic Book for Children to learn about the Native American of America. It covers many tribes, their customs, their costumes and stories through history.  It is beautifully illistrated with many colored pictures.

 

HB.  $15.00

 

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#60. "The Flag" in American Indian Art. By: Toby Herbst & Joel Kopp.  Copyright 1993.  This book shows examples of more than 500 beaded items that

includes the work of over two dozen different peoples, from the Iroquois to the the Makah of Puget Sound, The objects present a multitude of different forms, uses , construction techniques and design. 120 pages.  Has Original dust cover.

                                                                             HB.  $25.00

 

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#64. "Crow Indian Beadwork-A descriptive and Historical Study. By: William Wildschut & John C. Ewers.  Copyright 1959.  This publication combines the findings of William Wldschut and those of John C. Ewer.  It provides both an illustrated description and a history of Crow Indian beadwork from the time of its first mention by the fur trader, Francois Larocque, in 1805, to the conclusion of Wildschut's field studies in 1927.  Copyright-1959.  44 pages.

                                                                             SB $25.00

#65. Hematite Implements of the United States. Together with Chemical Analysis of Various Hematites.  By: Warren K. Moorehead.  Copyright:1912.  General observations of the Hematite Area, Classification of Hematites,  The outline of hematite types,  the sources of hematite,  and the study of hematite objects. Chemical Analysis Reports. 100 pages. Excellent Condition.

                                                                 SB. $45.00

 

 

#66. The Names-A Memoir.  By: N. Scott Momaday.  Copyright-1976.  An authobiography of N. Scott Momaday's childhood years, as he remembered it. Full of Kiowa Indian legends and stories that were told to him growing up.  It is a search and a celebration, a book of identities and sources---genealogy, tribal tales, and memories of a boyhood spent in Oklahoma, at Shiprock in the Navajo country where his parents taught school. A great read!  170 pages.

                                                                           SB.  $15.00

 

 

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