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Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills Cook Book 1893, Original Pamphlet.

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1893 W.H. Comstock Co., Morristown NY. Condition: Very Good, undated though ads suggest the mid-1890's with testamonials dated 1892/3 with the newest dated March, 1893. Common sense points to a summer 1893 printing. 32 pages with color lithographed paper wrappers. Recipes from the turn of the century with advertisements and etc... for their pills. Cover depicts Native American on horseback ready to spear an attacking bear. Nice! Center crease, else VG+. NOT a common modern reprinted item, the real thing. . VG. Illus. by Beacon Litho Co. . Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.

$21.50

A Narrative of the Captivity of Mrs. Johnson containing an account of her sufferings, during four years, with the Indians and French 1814. Hardcover, 1841 Original Printing.

By Mrs Johnson

New York: Not Stated , 1841 111 text pages, good to VG condition with general wear, complete but for the rear end paper. 1/2 leather and marbled (worn) paper bds. 24 mo, 5 5/8" x 3 7/8". . Unknown. Hard Cover. GVG. 24 Mo, Tall.

$125.00

The Indian Twins. First Edition Hardcover, 1930.

By Perkins, Lucy Fitch

1930 NOT a modern reprint, original printing from 1930. . Very Good.

$28.00

Komantcia - Flat Signed By the Author

By Harold Keith

Levite of Apache, Norman, Oklahoma, 1991. Hard Cover. Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. Second Edition. 299pp.; HB lt.brown, clean, tight pgs., slight lean. "The story of Pedro Pavon, a young Spanish nobleman and guitarist who was captured and lived in bondage with the Comanche Indians. FLAT Signed By Author on the front end paper. Some notes in pencil at the bottom of the final text page outlining other books/awards by the author, including the Newbery Award for 'Rifles for Watie', in 1958. . By Author. NF. 12 - Digest.

$45.00


The Indian To-day. 1st Hardcover, 1915.

By Charles A. Eastman

Doubleday, Page & Co, Garden City, 1915. 1st edition, dated 1915 on both title & copyright pages. xii, [1 (blank]), 188 including bibliography, table of Indian reservations, and advertisement. 7-1/4" x 5" Eastman is considered the first Native American to write about American history from a Native American point of view. [Wiki]. Very little wear though has a Bookplate, pocket & small spine stencil from a regional NH library (Abbie Greenleaf, Franconia ) an uncommon in the trade. Green cloth binding of The American Books series with gilt title lettering to front and spine. A nice looking example. .

$45.00

Visual Methaphors : A Formal Analysis of Navajo Art (American Ethnological Society Ser., Monograph #58) (ISBN:0829900268)

By Hatcher

1974 West Pub., St Paul, 1974. HARDCOVER. Condition: Near Fine, nice looking. 272pp, text figures. Octavo hardbound AES monograph #58. .

$11.00

Charles Garnier Victim of the Iriquois 1605-1649 . First Printing, 1916. Booklet #4.

By E. J. Devine, S. J.

Montreal, QU, Canada: Canadian Messenger, 1916 1916 24 pages. 1916. pamphlet. Booklet #4.. About Fine. Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.

$38.00

The Starshine of Mrs. Hannah Dustin. First Printing Signed By the Author.

By Helen DeN. Ford

70 pages with corrections in the authors hand, and a lengthy addition on the final blank, signed by the author. Printed by Lebanon Graphics, Lebanon, NH, March 1978. Quite scarce. A well-illustrated history of one of the most famous and horrific stories of a kidnapped White woman by Native Indians during the raid of Haverhill, MA in March of 1697. A hero to many, murderer to others, and very controversial. This is the only one I have seen to be so well illustratedwith photographs. . By Author. Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.

$125.00

Mashpee, Land of the Wampanoags. American Indian History First Edition, 1970.

By Bingham, Amelia G

First printing, 1970. 48 illustrated pages, a good American Indian History of the Mashpee area in Massachusetts. . Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.

$30.00

Pigwacket Part 1. Old Indian Days in the Valley of the Saco . First Hardcover Edition, 1929. Conway Historical Society Publication #1.

By Evans, George Hill

1939 Somerville Printing Company, Somerville, MA, 1939. Boards. Condition: About Fine. No Jacket. First Edition. This is 'Publication #1' of the Conway, NH Historical Society. So stated on the title page. Light blue Paper covered boards with darker blue cloth spine.. First. Hard Cover. About Fine. Bagged for Preservation.

$75.00

Pigwacket Part 1. Old Indian Days in the Valley of the Saco . First Hardcover Edition, 1929. Conway Historical Society Publication #1.

By Evans, George Hill

1939 Somerville Printing Company, Somerville, MA, 1939. Boards. Condition: About Fine. No Jacket. First Edition. This is 'Publication #1' of the Conway, NH Historical Society. So stated on the title page. Light blue Paper covered boards with darker blue cloth spine. Author also wrote The History of the town of Jefferson, 1927.. First. Hard Cover. About Fine. Bagged for Preservation.

$75.00

Metallak, His Legacy. First HC/DJ Edition, 1988

By Noyes, Alice Daley

Publisher: Liebl Printing Company, Colebrook, NH; Red cloth w/ bright gilt titles. A historical novel based on author's research about an indian who lived in New England in the late 18th century, 256 pp. from a rural NH library in near fine condition with typical library markings but none on the outside covers or dust wrapper. . First Edition Stated. Hard Cover. Near Fine. Archival Wrapped DJ.

$12.00

Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs and Conditions of the North American Indians . Set of Both Volumes, Dover Reprints, Near Fine.
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Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs and Conditions of the North American Indians . Set of Both Volumes, Dover Reprints, Near Fine.

By Catlin, George

Dover Pubns, Mineola, New York, U.S.A., 1973. This is a set of two volumes, ISBN's 0486221180 and 0486221199. Both volumes are in the same, near fine, condition.. Illustrated Color Wraps. 8vo.

$22.00

History of the American Indians in the Manchester, N. H. Area (New Hampshire) First & Only Printing, 1977.

By Piotrowski, Thaddeus

Thaddeus M. Piotrowski 1977, First (Only) edition. Softcover with stapled spine. 6 x 8 3/4. 104 pages. Black & white illustrations. Covers clear taped. Very Good, deascessioned from the Abbie Greenleaf Library in Franconia, NH with their stamps inside, pocket in rear and # on spine, contents near fine. Loaned out just 6 times, the last time in 1992. Quite scarce. . Bagged for Posterity.

$85.00

Life Among the Piutes, Their Wrongs and Claims . First Edition, First Printing, 1883 Hadcover.

By Hopkins, Sarah Winnemucca; Mrs. Horace Mann (Editor)

Boston: "Printed for the Author" and for sale by Cupples, Upham; New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons and by the author, 1883. First Edition, first printing. (Paher, 888 - "It is among the most important 19th century Nevada books. The first edition is very scarce."). Original light blue cloth, gilt lettered, decorated in black, 268 pp. Edited by Mary (Peabody) Mann, wife of Horace Mann, sister-in-law of Nathaniel Hawthorne. Another sister, Elizabeth Peabody, helped promote Mrs. Hopkins' cause. She has been the subject of at least 12 full biographies.. Very Good. 12mo - 7.5" Tall. Bagged for Posterity.

$245.00

Algonquian and Abenaki Indian: Myths and Legends . First Printing, Signed By the Author.

By Marion Whitney Smith

Lewiston, ME: The Author, 1962 unpaginated, 40 illustrated pages. Flat Signed by the author on the inside of the front cover. Quite scarce and uncommon. . VG. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾". Bagged & Boarded for Posterity.

$38.00

Comanche Moon

By Jackson, Jack

U.S.A.: Texas a & M Univ Pr, 1979 VG.

$18.00

Sacred Lands of Indian America - First Edition Hardcover in Dust Wrapper.
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Sacred Lands of Indian America - First Edition Hardcover in Dust Wrapper.

By Page, Jake; Little, Charles E.

U.s.a.: Harry N. Abrams, 2001 From a librarywith just a tiny sticker inside, could likely be removed! well-protected with archival wrap. About Fine. . About Fine/About Fine.

$12.00

The Lily of the Mohawks (Kateri Tekakwitha) an Historical Romance Drama of the American Indian.

By Edward C. La More, O. P.

Dominicana Publ. Washington DC, 1932. First Edition stated first edition of this scarce Native American play; good in yellow wrappers. Moderate stains on covers. . Bagged for Posterity & Preserv.

$65.00

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