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1 Anaya, S. James Indigenous Peoples in International Law
New York Oxford University Press, USA 2000 0195140451 / 9780195140453 Second Edition Paperback Fine 
Tables; 9.10 X 6.10 X 0.40 inches; xi, 267 pages; Soft cover is brown with white lettering on front and spine; shallow vertical crease on front cover. Pages are clean and tight; appears as if unused. "James Anaya has done for indigenous people in international law what Felix Cohen did for Native Americans in the United States. He has brought clarity, understanding, and order to a field previously understood only in isolated bits and pieces. It will now be impossible to think about this topic without consideration of Professor Anaya's prodigious research and deeply analytical jurisprudential and pragmatic insights". It will now be impossible to think about this topic without consideration of Professor Anaya's prodigious research and deeply analytical jurisprudential and pragmatic insights". It will now be impossible to think about this topic without consideration of Professor Anaya's prodigious research and deeply analytical jurisprudential and pragmatic insights". It will now be impossible to think about this topic without consideration of Professor Anaya's prodigious research and deeply analytical jurisprudential and pragmatic insights". Appendix, bibliography; tables; index. 
Price: 15.25 USD
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2 Annerino, John Roughstock The Toughest Events in Rodeo
New York Four Walls Eight Windows 2001 1568581777 / 9781568581774 First Edition Second Printing; Hardcover New in New dust jacket Illustrated by John Annerino 
Cover is red with gold embossed cowboy boot in lower right corner; gold lettering on spine. Tan endpapers. Pages are clean and tight; this is a NEW book. DJ in a mylar cover. Lavishly illustratd with 110 color photos, many of them full page sized. "From California to Virginia, Roughstock documents traditional as well Native American, African-American, and all-women roughstock rodeos with gritty, action-packed behind-the-chutes photographs, up close, mean and personal....Within rodeo the toughest events are known as 'roughstock': bareback, bronc busting, and bull riding..." oversized, 4#. ; Color Photographs; 9 1/4 x 12 1/4; 160 pages 
Price: 21.50 USD
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3 Annerino, John Roughstock The Toughest Events in Rodeo
New York Four Walls Eight Windows 2001 1568581777 / 9781568581774 First Edition Second Printing; Hardcover New in New dust jacket Illustrated by John Annerino 
Cover is red with gold embossed cowboy boot in lower right corner; gold lettering on spine. Tan endpapers. Pages are clean and tight; this is a NEW book. DJ in a mylar cover. Lavishly illustratd with 110 color photos, many of them full page sized. "From California to Virginia, Roughstock documents traditional as well Native American, African-American, and all-women roughstock rodeos with gritty, action-packed behind-the-chutes photographs, up close, mean and personal....Within rodeo the toughest events are known as 'roughstock': bareback, bronc busting, and bull riding..." oversized, 4#. ; Color Photographs; 9 1/4 x 12 1/4; 160 pages 
Price: 21.50 USD
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Cannibalism From Sacrifice to Survival, Askenasy, Hans Ph. D.
4 Askenasy, Hans Ph. D. Cannibalism From Sacrifice to Survival
Amherst, NY Prometheus Books 1994 0879759062 / 9780879759063 Second Edition Hardcover New 
Cover is black with gold lettering on spine. Pages are clean and tight; printed on alkaline paper; this is a NEW book. Illustrated with 15 b/w pictures. Sections are: A Historical and Geogrphical Overview; Motivational Factors for Cannibalism; Cannibalism in Culture and Society. Has information on the Aztecs, Donner Pass Party of 1846, Siege of Leningrad 1941, Andes Plane Crash, Jeffrey Dahmer serial killer, etc. ; B&W Illustrations; 6 1/4 x 9 1/4; 268 pages; NEW. Cover has slight bumping. 
Price: 16.75 USD
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5 Babcock, Barbara A. , Guy & Doris Monthan The Pueblo Storyteller Development of a Figurative Ceramic Tradition
Tucson, Arizona Univ of Arizona Press 1986 0816508704 / 9780816508709 Second Printing; Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket 
B & W and Color; 11 X 7 X 0.60 inches; xix, 201 pages; Hard cover has very slight rubbing/bumping. DJ has light rubbing/scuffing, in a mylar cover. Pages are clean and tight, appears as if unused. Black cover with gold lettering on spine. Brown endpapers. Lavishly illustrated with27 color plates and 43 b/w figures. "This book is impressively illustrated and features a large section of color plates by the award-wining photographer Guy Monthan. Photographs of Storytellers are enhanced by desctiptive captions and quotations from the arttists compiled by Doris Monthan, who has also provided biographical charts of the artists. Her listing of 233 potters who make Storytellers and related figures--in addition to 146 family members who are also potters---constitutes one of the most extensive documentations of Southwest Inidan potters available in a single volume". Notes; glossary; bibliography; index. 
Price: 17.75 USD
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6 Baker, Rollin H Michigan Mammals
Detroit, MI Wayne State University Press 1983 0870132342 / 9780870132346 Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket 
Hardcover is brown, stitched binding, with gold lettering on front and spine. Pages are clean and tight. Exhaustively illustrated with 120 b/w figures, 6 color plates, 69 b/w maps, 20 tables; appendix; glossary; index. "The first comprehensive work on Michigan mammals to be published in 35 years, this meticulously documented study should be an indispensable addition to the literature of animal life....summarizes the dramatic post-glacial developments which contributed to modern Michigan's distinctive and varied environments---environments which profoundly influence mammalian diversity and distribution today. Of particular interest,...is the impact of the water barriers formed by the Upper Great Lakes drainage system and their isolating effect on certain species..." Very over sized and heavy; 6#. ; B & W and Color illustrations, maps and tables; 8 3/4 x 11 1/4 x 2; xx, 642 pages; Cover has slight bumping; stamped by printer in largish lettering, red ink on title page. DJ has light shelf wear, bumping; in a mylar cover. 
Price: 103.25 USD
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7 Barbeau, C. M. Huron And Wyandot Mythology With An Appendix Containing Earlier Published Records No. 11 Anthropological Series: Memoir 80
Ottawa, Ontario Dept. of Mines 1915 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good- 
Soft cover is heavy, gray paper with black lettering on front and spine. This is the true, first printing of this title, from 1915, not a reprint, nor from a library. Overall, pages are clean and tight, although weakening. Illustrated with 11 pages of b/w plates, which include 21 photographs. Sections are: Introduction; Cosmogonic and Sociological Myths; Folk-Tales; Traditions; Appendix: Myths; Folk-Tales; Traditions and Anecdotes; Abstracts. At the back of the book, after the plates, is a section with vii pages of recent reports of geological surveys, many of them titled as 'memoirs'. ; B&W Plates; xiv, 437, viii pages; Water stain on bottom, front corner and spine, various light discolorations and creases on covers; sunning, shelf wear, rubbing, some pages have light marks, reinforced binding tape at spine edge of text block, front and back. 
Price: 43.25 USD
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8 Bentley Historical Library Bentley Historical Library: Its Purpose And History: Issued On The Occasion Of The Dedication Of The Addition To The Building October 2004
Ann Arbor, Michigan University of Michigan 2004 First Edition (?) Soft Cover Near Fine 
B & W and Color; 8 1/2 x 11; 54 pages; Stapled wraps. Slight bumping and rubbing to soft covers, shallow upper crease on back cover. Illustrated with mostly b/w photographs, a few color ones, some charts and graphs. Pages are clean and tight, appears as if unused. Laid in is Spring 2004 issue of 'The Bentley Historical Library' quarterly. Very nice and clean copy. "The Bentley Historical Library houses the Michigan Historical Collections, which documents the history of the state of Michigan and the activities of its people and organizations. Its rich collections draw university students, Michigan citizens, and scholars from all over the world. Situated on the North Campus of the University of Michigan, it constitutes one of the primary historical research facilities at the university and in the state of Michigan. Founded in 1935, the Michigan Historical Collections is composed of more than 6,500 archival collections, 65,000 printed works, over 10,000 maps, nearly 1.5 million visual images (including photographs, negatives, films, and videos) , and over 700 collections of digital materials. This is a statewide collection for Michigan covering all periods from the days of exploration through to the present, with collections drawn from each of Michigan's 83 counties". 
Price: 26.50 USD
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9 Billeb, Emil W. Mining Camp Days
Berkeley, CA Howell-North Books 1968 First Edition (?) First Printing; Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good- dust jacket 
9 X 6 X 1 inches; vii, 229 pages; Hard cover is orange with black lettering on front and spine. Light bumping to boards and some foxing spots on top and side of textblock. DJ has light rubbing, scuffing, sunning, shelf wear, front flap is price clipped; in a mylar cover. Pages are clean and tight, appears as if unused. Lavishly illustrated with 203 b/w photographs, from the author's collection, as well as a b/w map showing the camps along the California and Nevada border. The author provides insights into Nevada and eastern California mining camps after 1905. Dozens of unpublished photographs were taken by this observer-participant, adding to the text. Shows how many of the people in early mining efforts were Native American, Asian, African American, and countless other immigrants from around the world, everyone looking to make their fortune. Index. 
Price: 27.25 USD
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10 Breunig, Robert and Michael Lomatuway'ma Kachina Dolls Form and Function in Hopi Tithu Plateau Series #4
Flagstaff, AZ Museum of Northern Arizona 1985 Second Printing; Softcover Very Good+ 
Cover is stapled wraps, orange ground with black lettering on front. Pages are clean and tight; appears as if unused. Extensively illustrated with 18 b/w photographs and drawings and 26 color photographs. Sections are: introduction to Hopi Kachinas; the Ceremonial Year; Hopi Kachina Dolls. Great title on a Native American cultural treasure. ; Museum of Northern Arizona Quarterly Series; Vol. 54; Photographs; 8 1/2 x 11; 32 pages; Cover has slight rubbing/scuffing. 
Price: 11.25 USD
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Night Flying Woman  An Ojibway Narrative, Broker, Ignatia & Paulette Fairbanks Molin
11 Broker, Ignatia & Paulette Fairbanks Molin Night Flying Woman An Ojibway Narrative
St. Paul, MN Minnesota Historical Society Press 1983 0873511670 / 9780873511674 Paperback Near Fine Illustrated by Steven Premo 
Native Voices Series; B&W Illustrations; 8.35 X 5.28 X 0.47 inches; xiv, 135 pages; Cover art may be different. Soft cover has white spine with brown lettering. Pages are clean and tight. Small bump to back corner. Illustrated with 10, full page sized, b/w pictures. "...Recounts the life of her great-great-grandmother, Night Flying Woman, who was born in the mid-nineteenth century and lived during a chaotic time of enormous change, uprooting, and loss for Minnesota's Ojibway. But this story also tell of her people's strength and continuity....Broker, who died in 1987, was storyteller and teacher in the Ojibway tradition..." Glossary / 
Price: 9.50 USD
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12 Brown, Alan The Face in the Window and Other Alabama Ghostlore
Tuscaloosa, Alabama University Alabama Press 1996 081730813X / 9780817308131 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good+ 
B & W photographs; 8.48 X 5.49 X 0.52 inches; xi,158 pages; Label with number taped onto bottom of front; blue stamps on end papers and couple of pages through out book. OTW, pages are clean and tight; appears as if unused. Soft cover is rust colored with black lettering on spine. Illustrated with 9 b/w photographs. Book is divided into geographic sections of Alabama, to recount the tales. Bibliography. "..is the first scholarly collection of ghostlore from throughout the state of Alabama...traveled the state collecting stories and photographs illustrating the places that gave rise to the eerie tales". 
Price: 16.25 USD
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13 Bruchac, Joseph The Earth Under Sky Bear's Feet: Native American Poems Of The Land Signed Copy
New York Scholastic 1996 Stapled wraps Very Good+ Illustrated by Thomas Locker 
Soft cover is stapled wraps. Inside the front cover is an inscription and SIGNATURE OF THE AUTHOR, dated 1996. Pages are clean and tight, overall; first 3 leaves are loose at bottom, but still attached the rest of the way to the book. Illustrated with lavish, colored pictures. Pages not numbered. ISBN in book is 0590131532. ; Color Illustrations; 8 1/2 x 11; Unpaginated pages; Cover has light shelf wear, rubbing/scuffing, bumping; owner's name written inside front cover. ; Signed by Author 
Price: 15.50 USD
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14 Capatti, Alberto & Giuseppe Vaccarini The Squash History, Folklore, Ancient Recipes
Konemann 1998 3829014627 / 9783829014625 Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket 
Hard cover has illustrated cover, same as DJ. Black spine with orange lettering. Illustrated end papers, showing all kinds of gorgeous squash. Oblong shaped. Pages are clean and tight; appears as if unused. Illustrated with dozens of color photographs to accompany the luscious recipes. First published in Italian, 1996. Translated by Pamela Marwood/Ros Schawartz Translations, London. Printed in Hungary. Background on the squash until page 24. Then recipes, from the Renaissance to the late 19th century. Sections are: recipes by Arneo Nizzoli; Squash recipes from famous Italian cities. ; Color Photographs; 0.7 x 9.6 x 8.3 Inches; 143 pages; Cover has minor bumping. DJ has light shelf wear, bumping, rubbing, edge wear. 
Price: 11.00 USD
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15 Card, Orson Scott; Prentice Alvin: The Tales Of Alvin Maker, Book III: Abridged Read by Nana Visitor
Los Angeles Newstar Media Inc. 1999 0787118419 / 9780787118419 New 
Sealed in publisher's shrink wrap. This is an abridged audio version of the book. It's on 4 cassettes with a run time of ca. 6 hours. Read by Nana Visitor, the actress who played Major, later Colonel, Kira on the TV program Star Trek: Deep Space Nine for it's entire run. Orson Card is a multiple Hugo and Nebula award winner. "Using the lore and folk-magic of the men and women who settled a continent, and the beliefs of the tribes who were there before them...has created an alternate frontier America. When Alvin arrives in Hatrack River to take up his apprenticeship with Makepeace Smith and learn to be a blacksmith, he finds that nothing is as he expected..." ; Tales of Alvin Maker Series; Audio Tape; 1 x 7.25 x 3.75 Inches; Minor scuffing to the shrinkwrap. 
Price: 7.00 USD
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16 Carver, Richard W. A History Of Marshall: Signed
Virginia Beach, VA The Donning Company 1993 0898658543 / 9780898658545 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket 
SIGNED BY AUTHOR on front end paper. Brown hard cover with gold lettering on front and spine. Tan ground end papers with a photograph. Exhaustively illustrated with ca. 600 color and b/w photographs. Pages are clean and tight, appears as if unused. Marshall, Michigan, is a charming city, located in the lower center part of the state. It has retained much of its historic appearance, through the ardent efforts of preservationists, such as former mayor Harold C. Brooks, and the author. An utterly charming place to visit, especially during their annual, historic home tour. Some of the chapters are: birth of a city; evolution of main street; perrinville; church histories; transportation; manufacturing and industries; marshall at war; historical society; a selective gazeteer; chronological miscellany; maps; bibliography; index. Very oversized, 6#. ; Photographs & maps; 1.7 x 11 x 8.9 Inches; 600 pages; Cover has slight bumping. DJ has light rubbing/scuffing, small dark mark on back cover; in a mylar cover. ; Signed by Author 
Price: 67.75 USD
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Arctic Dance  The Mardy Murie Story, Craighead, Charles & Bonnie Kreps
17 Craighead, Charles & Bonnie Kreps Arctic Dance The Mardy Murie Story
Portland, Oregon Graphic Arts Center Publishing 2002 1558686002 / 9781558686007 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket 
Hard cover is green with gold lettering on spine. Sewn binding is tight; pages are clean and tight; appears as if unused. Green end papers. Extensively illustrated with over 100 color and b/w photographs, and a b/w map. "After her Yukon River wedding to naturalist Olaus Murie, Mardy [Margaret 'Mardy' Murie: 1902-2003] joined her husband for years of wilderness adventure...For more than 7 decades, Mardy Murie has tirelessly championed the environment...led to the founding of The Wilderness Society and the establishment of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge [ANWAR]...known as 'the Mother of the Conservation Movement' and recently received the Presidential Medal of Freedom...this remarkable biographic photo-essay features photos from the Muries' personal collection, excerpts from her letters and journals, and a concise essay detailing her life story". Oversized; 4#. ; B & W and Color photographs; B/W map; 0.8 x 9.9 x 9.8 Inches; 119 pages; Cover has faint bumping. DJ has light rubbing/scuffing. 
Price: 16.50 USD
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18 Crowl, Christine White Buffalo Woman An Indian Legend
Chamberlain, SD Tipi Press 1991 1877976105 / 9781877976100 Paperback Near Fine 
American Heritage Series Series; Color Illustrations; 8.5 x 11 inches ; Unpaginated pages; Soft cover is stapled wraps. Light rubbing to covers. Pages are clean and tight. Pages not numbered; 19 pages. Beautifully illustrated with brightly colored pictures. White Buffalo Calf Woman (Lakota: Pte Ska Win / Pteskawin / Ptesanwi) is a sacred woman of supernatural origin, central to the Lakota religion as the primary cultural prophet. Oral traditions relate that she brought the "Seven Sacred Rites" to the Lakota people. Buffalo are considered sacred to many of the Plains nations, who often consider them linked to creation, medicine and bringers of sacred messages from the ancestors. 
Price: 11.25 USD
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19 Cushing, Frank Hamilton & Jesse Green Zuni Selected Writings of Frank Hamilton Cushing
Lincoln, NE Bison Books 1981 0803270070 / 9780803270077 First Edition Thus Paperback Near Fine 
Bison Book Series; B&W Maps & Illustrations; 8.01 X 5.30 X 1 inches; xiv, 449 pages; Soft cover has a tan spine with black lettering. Slight rubbing/scuffing on covers. Pages are clean and tight. Illustrated with 73 b/w pictures, including 3 maps. "Cushing's stay at Zuni pueblo from 1879 to 1894 made him the first professional anthropologist actually to live with his subjects. Learning the language and winning acceptance as a member not only of the tribe but of the tribal council..." bibliography; index. 
Price: 9.50 USD
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20 Czaplewski, Russ Captive of the Cheyenne The Story of Nancy Jane Morton and the Plum Creek Massacre
Kearney, NE Dawson County Historical Society 1993 0963789805 / 9780963789808 First Edition Second Printing; Paperback Very Good+ 
B/w photographs; 8.20 X 5.40 X 0.70 inches; ix, 190 pages; Soft cover is white with black lettering on spine. Tidy note on half title page: Ft. Laramie, WY, 7/14/02. Few pages with highlighting and some margin notes. Pages otherwise clean and tight, appears almost as if unused. Illustrated with 18 b/w photographs. Book is divided into 2 sections, each with own endnotes. Index. "...details the events leading up to the Plum Creek Massacre, the attack itself and Mrs. Morton's six-month ordeal at the hands of the Cheyenne. Follow her day-to-day account of life with the Indians and her struggle to survive. Witness the courage of the 19-year-old woman as she faces tremendous odds and survives to tell the story". 
Price: 19.75 USD
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