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1 Federal Indian Policy. Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Indian Affairs of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs United States Senate, Eighty-Fifth Congress First Session on S. 809, S. Con. Res. 3, and S. 331.
Washington, D.C. U.S. Government Printing Office 1957 Softcover Very Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Title continues: Bills Pertaining to Federal Indian Policy. March 27, May 13 and 16, June 17, July 1 and 22, 1957. Printed for the use of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. 295 pages. Stapled booklet. A little foxing on front and rear pages, else Very Good. 007344 
Price: 25.00 USD
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2 Bourke, John G. (Captain) On the Border with Crook
New York Charles Scribner's Sons 1891 First Edition Red Cloth Fair Octavo Photogravures 
Gen. Crook pacified Arizona Territory. "Crook had more enemies in Washington than in Apache camps. Not our smartest general, but highly principled, his strategy of sharp defeat followed by kindly pacification made him both a relentless foe and genuine friend of the Apaches - Richard Martin." [ Howes B654; Graff 367; Rader 426]. Front hinge cracked, top cover spotted, bright silver stamping on spine. 005988 
Price: 50.00 USD
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London Tilt and Bogue 1842 Third Edition Embossed Cloth Very Good Octavos George Catlin 
{Howes C241; Wagner-Camp 84.5; Sabin 11536}. "Catlin illustrated his book with line-cut reductions of his original paintings, and in the text described his adventurous years among the Indians. He recorded his observations of ceremonies, dances, hunting methods, forms of warfare, and the ways of daily living among the major tribes of the high plains and the Rocky Mountains -Wagner / Camp / Becker, 84." William Clark -he of Lewis & Clark fame - testified that "I have seen Mr. Catlin's Collection of Portraits of Indians, east of the Rocky Mountains, many of which were familiar to me, and painted in my presence: and as far as they have included Indians of my acquaintance, the likenesses are easily recognized, baring the most striking resemblance to the originals, as well as faithful representations of their costumes." Wear at cover edges. 004962 
Price: 850.00 USD
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4 Eckert, Allan W Johnny Logan Shawnee Spy
Boston Little BROWN 1981 First Edition Cloth Fine Fine 8vo 
Price: 30.00 USD
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5 Nichols, Phebe Jewell Sunrise of the Menominees
Boston Stratford Company 1930 First Edition Cloth Near Fine  Very Good- 8vo Signed by the Author
Jacket has 1/2 dollar size chip at lower right corner, cutting into author's name. This copy came from a Menominee reservation in Wisconsin; owners' names on inner blank. 002153  
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6 Praus, Alexis The Sioux, 1798-1922. A Dakota Winter Count. Bulletin Number 44
Bloomfield, Michigan Cranbrook Institute of Science 1962 First Edition Softcover Near Fine Approx. 6 in. By 9 in. 
iv +31 pages. With pictographs of each year and a list of references. Covers are a bit browned at edges. 006185 
Price: 35.00 USD
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7 WPA. White, William Allen Kansas
New York Viking 1939 First Edition Hardcover Good Octavo Photogravures 
"This is the State's first guide book - Preface." Chapter one, "Contemporary Scene" is by the great journalist and editor of Kansas, William Allen White. 005812 
Price: 45.00 USD
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