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North American Indian: The Southwest, Curtis, Edward S., Roosevelt, Theodore (Forward)
1 Curtis, Edward S., Roosevelt, Theodore (Forward)North American Indian: The Southwest
Santa Fe NM: Classic Gravure Corporation, 1980. limited to 228 copies printed by the Amaranth Press, San Francisco. Curtis self-portrait on Frontispiece. Text only, no images. -- the publisher intended to reproduce Curtis’s complete work but went out of business after issuing this first volume of text, which was written and published by Curtis beginning in 1906 and was ultimately accompanied by more than 2000 photos and images. Includes the forward written by Theodore Roosevelt, and introductions by Beaumont Newhall and Fred Eggan. Part 1, Apaches, Jicarillas, Navaho; Part 2, Pima, Papago, Qahatika, Mohave, Yuma, Maricopa, Walapai, Havasupai, Apache-Mohave or Yavapai; Part 3, The Hopi; Part 4, The Tiwa and the Keres; Part 5, The Tewa and the Zuni. Very good-near fine; some surface wear and light scratches to cover; interior pristine.. 
Price: 450.00 USD
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2 du Chaillu, PaulThe Country of the Dwarves
1st edition, Harper & Brothers, (1871) of this book on travels to West Equatorial Africa. Illustrated with steel engravings. A good+, clean copy. Light wear to top and bottom of spine and corners. Front endpaper loose; prior owner inscriptions and bookplate inside front cover.. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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3 Matthiessen, PeterIn the Spirit of Crazy Horse
First edition. NY: Viking, 1983. Fine in price-clipped d/w. In the Spirit of Crazy Horse chronicles the history between the Sioux and the United States government, with emphasis on the 1971 shoot-out at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, a 71-day, armed stand-off between federal and state agents and upon the 1975 shootout involving the AIM activist Leonard Peltier in which two FBI agents were killed. Matthiessen investigates his later trial and conviction; and the controversies surrounding the case. Bill Janklow, the former Republican state attorney general and governor of South Dakota, and David Price, an agent with the FBI, filed libel suits against Viking Press for contents of the book. Janklow also filed a suit against the author Matthiessen. In an unusual action, he filed a suit against three South Dakota booksellers for selling copies of the book. Viking Press filed a countersuit against Janklow, which in part alleged he had interfered with the company's constitutional rights to publish and distribute the book. The lawsuits prevented the book from being published in paperback for eight years. The rulings in favor of Matthiessen and the publishers was a major free speech case.. 
Price: 22.00 USD
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Lienzo de Tlaxcala, manuscrito pictorico mexicano de mediados del siglo XVI., Prospero Cahuantzi, editor.
4 Prospero Cahuantzi, editor.Lienzo de Tlaxcala, manuscrito pictorico mexicano de mediados del siglo XVI.
Mexico, D.F.: Libreria Anticuaria G.M. Ec, 1939. 11-1/2”x9-1/2”, quarter-leather two-post binding. 75 plates, printed in color on heavy stock including three foldout plates. 21 page prologue, 4 supplemental plates numbered A-D, frontispiece, and index sheet at rear. This is a reproduction of a 16th century Tlaxcala codex. The Lienzo de Tlaxcala uses detailed drawings to depict the time of contact and conflict between Hernando Cortez and various people groups in and around the Tlaxcala region of Mexico. It is comprised of images with accompanying headings in Nahuatl and captions in Spanish. Fine overall with some toning at binding edge of the prologue which is on lower quality paper. A near fine copy in good-only quarter-leather two-post binding. Small inked name of Betty Factor on title page. Factor, and her husband Monte, were significant collectors of contemporary art in Los Angeles and founders of several non-profit institutions there. Some light age toning at the edges of several plates, not affecting the images. Two of the fold-out plates have some tears at the folds and some staining. Covers: rubbed at edges and corners with some damp staining on lower right front cover, other smaller stains and soiling on rear. Large chips at top and bottom of spine. Unlike other codices published by this press, there is no indication of a limitation but there are only six copies in Worldcat. A seventh, deteriorated copy is at the Smithsonian Institution which is currently searching for someone to contribute $1500 to fund conservation efforts. You can save them the effort by purchasing this copy for less and donating it. The original codex is held at the University of Glasgow.. 
Price: 1200.00 USD
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Your Dead Cease to Love You / A Speech by Chief Noah Sealth Delivered in 1854, Sealth, Chief Noah
5 Sealth, Chief NoahYour Dead Cease to Love You / A Speech by Chief Noah Sealth Delivered in 1854
Sacramento CA: Press of Arden Park, 1976. Handset and printed in black and peacock blue ink with Indian motif illustrations. 16mo, beige cloth, 16 pp. Limited to 120 copies signed by the printer, Bud Westreich. Fine. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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Photographs of Interesting and Outstanding Specimens of Indian Relics From The Edward W. Payne Stone Age Collection: Material on Display at the Dickson Mounds, Lewistown, Illinois., [Payne, Edward W.]
6 [Payne, Edward W.]Photographs of Interesting and Outstanding Specimens of Indian Relics From The Edward W. Payne Stone Age Collection: Material on Display at the Dickson Mounds, Lewistown, Illinois.
Williamson Printing and Publishing: / National Bank of Springfield, 1937. 1st ed. 156 pp. 11-1/2”x9”, brown cloth with gilt titles. 148 b&w photographic plates showing Native American artifacts and relics. Brown cloth hardcover with gilt titles. Light wear to edges and corners, some light fading to center of front cover. Bound in is a printed card identifying this as copy number 1 of a special edition. Payne, a prominent resident of Springfield had assembled over 43 large collections of Native American relics and at the time of his death in 1932 purportedly had the largest collection extant. Efforts to keep the collection intact failed and it was distributed for sale beginning in 1935.. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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