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LAST UPDATED SEPTEMBER 4, 2018

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Alison, Jane, editor.  Native Nations.  Journeys in American Photography.  London:  Barbican Art Gallery, 1998.  As new volume in as new dust jacket.  (ID:  5387) . $30.00  SOLD 4 18 18

Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, Fort Worth, Texas.  On the Warpath Pipe of Peace.  Fort Worth, Texas: Amon Carter Museum of Western Art.  Exhibition of the work of Charles M. Russell, 1864-1926. Summer, 1961. Unpaged.  47 items.  Six black & white plates.  Illustrated wrappers in protective Mylar.  Near fine, with date/place written on inside front cover.  (ID: 6151; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00 

Averill, Lloyd J. & Morris, Daphne K., Northwest Coast Native and Native-Style Art.  A Guidebook for Western Washington.  Seattle:  University of Washington Press, 1995.  (ISBN 0295974680)  As new soft cover.  (ID: 6124; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $16.00  

Appleton, Le Roy H.  Indian Art of the Americas.  New York:  Scribner’s, 1950  Fine volume with very good Mylar-protected dust jacket with several chips, but bright.  Seventy-nine full-color plates.  (ID:  5382; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

Ballantine, Betty, and Ian Ballantine.  Introduction by Alvin M. Josephy, Jr.  The Native Americans.  An Illustrated History.  Atlanta:  Turner Publishing, 1993.  As new volume in as new dust jacket wit tiniest bit of edge wear.  (ID:  5390; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

Berlo, Janet Catherine, Editor.  The Early Years of Native American Art History.  Seattle:  University of Washington Press, 1992.  As new cloth volume in as new dust wrapper.  (ID: 5150; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00  

Bierhorst, John.  A Cry from the Earth.  Music of the North American Indians.  New York:  Four Winds Press, 1979.  Fine volume in good plus jacket with chips and large tears to rear cover.  (ID:  5151; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  

Bierhorst, John, Editor.  The Girl Who Married a Ghost and Other Tales from the North American Indian. Collected, and with photographs, by Edward S. Curtis.  New York:  Four Winds Press, 1979.  (ID:  5751) $20.00  

Blanchard, Rebecca, and Nancy Davenport, editors.  with special editorial assistance from Steven C. Brown. Photography by Mike Zens. Contemporary Coast Salish Art.  Seattle:  Stonington Gallery in Association with the University of Washington Press, 2005.  Near fine soft cover.  (Item ID:  9108; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00 

Blomberg, Nancy J.  Navajo Textiles.  The William Randolph Hearst Collection.  Tucson:  University of Arizona Press, 1988.  As new hard cover in as new dust jacket.  (ID:  5364; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $45.00

Bolz, Peter, and Hans Ulrich Sanner.  Native American Art:  The Collections of the Ethnological Museum of Berlin.  University of Washington Press, SMPK Berlin, 1999.  Soft cover, some scuffing, but very good.  (Item ID: 5153; http://www.rmgerberbooksalibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

Brody, J. J.  Indian Painters & White Patrons.  Albuquerque:  University of New Mexico Press, 1971.  Fine volume.  Dust jacket has minor rubbing along edges of spine and along flap edges, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  5391; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

Brousseau, Raymond.  Inuit Art at the Museum.  Québec:  Musee d'art Inuit, Brousseau.  Fine soft cover, as new. (ID:  5074; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $18.00 

Cardoza, Christopher, editor.  Sacred Legacy:  Edward S. Curtis and the North American Indian.  New York:  Simon & Schuster.  Photographs by Edward S. Curtis.  Foreword by N. Scott Momaday.  Essays by Christopher Cardoza and Joseph D. Horse Capture.  Afterword by Anne Makepeace.  As new volume in as new dust jacket.  (ID:  5374)  $70.00  SOLD

Cassidy, James J., JrThrough Indian Eyes.  The Untold Story of Native American Peoples.  Pleasantville, NY:  The Reader’s Digest Association, Inc., 1997.  Third printing.  Fine volume.  Dust jacket has some rubbing at spine edges, back cover, otherwise as new.  (ID:  5397; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Chiltoskey, Mary UlmerCherokee Words With Pictures.  Privately printed.  Ashville, NC:  Gilbert Printing co., 1972.  Fine in stapled wraps as issued.  (ID:  5133; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $20.00

Cirillo, Dexter, & Doty, Addison.  Southwestern Indian Jewelry:  Crafting New Traditions.  As new.  (ID: 6044) $35.00  SOLD Amazon 9 6 17 

Contemporary Indian Art at Rideau Hall/Art indien contemporain à Rideau Hall.  Ottawa:  Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development.  An exhibition opened May 24, 1983.    Introduction by John C. Munro, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development.  Artists represented include Dempsey Bob, Alex Janvier, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjib, Arthur Shilling, and Jackson Beardy,, with six full-color illustrations.  Stapled wrappers, with right front corner crease and light wear to edges and tips, but o/w very good plus to near fine.  (ID: 6106; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00 

Curtis, Edward S.  Collector and photographer.  Edited by John Bierhorst.  The Girl Who Married a Ghost and Other Tales from the North American Indian. New York:  Four Winds Press, 1978.  “Not for Resale” stamped on bottom edge, otherwise fine volume.  Dust jacket:  some wear to spine top/bottom and to edges, sunned spine, otherwise near fine.  (ID:  5368; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $27.00

*De Grazia, Ettore.  De Grazia and Padre Kino.  Tucson:  De Grazia Gallery in the Sun, 1979..  Introduction by Patricia P. Paylore.  Three Perspectives on DeGrazia by Carl Schaefer Dentzerl, Thomas Hart Benton, and Ross Santee.   Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  Signed on ffep.  Laid in are promotion materials, including a 1-page sheet, trifold color pamphlet, and 4-fold small pamphlet.  Oversize.   (ID: 6150; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $85.00 

*De Grazia, Ettore T.  De Grazia Paints the Apache Indians and Myths of the Chiricahua Apaches.  Son of Lightning Culture Hero.  Tucson:  De Grazia Studio, 1976.  Artist's Proof Edition.  First Printing.  Limited Edition. Signed on FFEP.  1 1/2"  closed tear, wrinkle FFEP; smudge on title page, otherwise fine.  (ID: 5475*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00

*De Grazia, Ettore T.  The Flute Player.  Tucson:  De Grazia Studio, 1952.  Artist's Proof Edition.  First Printing. Limited, No. 720.  Paper on paper wrappers.  Some separation of papers and chipping.  wner's bookplate on inside front cover, otherwise very good plus.  (ID:  5468*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00  

Delaney, Michelle, editor.  Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Warriors:  A Photographic History by Gertrude Kaserbier.  New York:  Collins, 2007.  For the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.  1st edition. Hard cover with small price sticker residue FFEP, other wise fine, in as new dust wrapper.  (ID:  5089; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  Currently unavailable

Dixon, Dr. Joseph K.  The Vanishing Race:  A Record in Picture and Story of the Last Great Indian Council, Including the Indians' Story of the Custer Fight.  New York:  Bonanza, 1976.  Fine cloth volume; Very good dust wrapper with wrinkling to cover.  (ID:  5120; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $5.00  

Dockstader, Frederick JIndian Art in North America.  Arts and Crafts.  Greenwich, CT:  New York Graphic Society, n.d.  Near fine volume with some edge tanning.  Dust jacket has a closed tear at flap and a 1.5” closed tear back cover, small chips at spine top and top front cover, otherwise very good.  4th printing.  (ID:  5392; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

Dubin, Margaret.  Native America Collected.  The Culture of An Art World.  Albuquerque, NM:  University of New Mexico Press, 1002 (2001).  2nd Printing.  As new hard cover. Dust wrapper has small (1/2") chip on front cover, otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  5575; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00 

Feder, NormanAmerican Indian Art.  New Concise Edition.  New York:  Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1973.  Near fine volume with light fading at edges.  Very good to near fine dust wrapper with light soiling to front and back, darker soiling to spine.  (Item ID:  5276; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Feder, Norman.  North American Indian Painting.  New York:  The Museum of Primitive Art, 1967.  Brown illustrated wrappers.  28 items described.  Fine. (ID: 6152; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

[Feder, Norman]  Feest, Christian F., Editor.   Studies in American Indian Art.  A Memorial Tribute to Norman Feder.  Altenstadt:  European Review of Native American Studies, 2001.  Includes essays by Arthur C. Einhorn, Feest, Bill Holm, Ruth B. Phillips, William C. Sturtevant, and others.  Near fine, with slight wear to tips/edges of glossy black soft cover.  (http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) (ID: 6202) $20.00 

Feest, Christian F.  Native Arts of North America.  London:  Thames and Hudson, 1980.  Cloth.  Fine, bright copy. Dust wrapper is price clipped, but otherwise very good.  As new.  (ID: 5463; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00

Feest, Christian F.  Native Arts of North America.  London:  Thames and Hudson, 1992.  As new soft cover.  (Item ID:  5393; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

Fleming, Paula Richardson, and Judith LuskeyThe North American Indians in Early Photographs.  New York: Harper & Row, 1986.  As new volume in as new dust jacket.  (ID:  5373; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00

Gleason, KatherineNative American Art Patterns to Color.  New York:  Scholastic Inc., 1996.  Wrappers, as issued.  As new condition.  (ID:  5370; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Glubok, ShirleyThe Art of the Northwest Coast Indians.  New York:  Macmillan, 1975.  Tiniest of wear to tips & spine tops, otherwise fine.  Dust jacket:  light spine top and edge wear, ½ closed tears right front flap and back top, otherwise near fine.  (ID:  5366; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00

Haberland, Wolfgang.  The Art of North America.  Art of the World Series.  New York:  Greystone Press, 1968.  Revised Edition.  Fine volume in dust wrapper with slightest of edge wear, otherwise near fine to fine. (Item ID:  5367; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00 

Her Many Horses, Emil, editor.  Identity by Design.  Tradition, Change, and Celebration in Native Women’s Dresses.  New York:  Collins, 2007 in Association with the National Museum of the American Indian, The Smithsonian Institution.  First edition, second printing.  As new volume in as new dust jacket.  With exhibition brochure.  (ID:  5383; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Highwater, Jamake.  Many Smokes, Many Moons.  A Chronology of American Indian History Through Indian Art. New York and Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1978.  Hard cover with fading to edges, otherwise near fine.  Dust wrapper has wear to tips and spine top and bottom, some edge wear, otherwise very good to near fine. In Mylar.  (Item ID:  5379; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00 

Highwater, JamakeSong from the Earth.  American Indian Painting.  New York:  New York Graphic Society, 1976.  Stated first edition.  Near fine hard cover with foxing to top edge in near fine dust wrapper with slightest bit of spine tip wear.  (ID: 6304) (http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00 

Hoffman, Gerhard.  Indianische Kunst.  Munich:  Prestel-Verlag, 1985. In German.  Soft cover with small wrinkle lower corner, very minor edge/tip wear, otherwise near fine to fine.  Oversize.  Signed by the author on the ffep. (ID: 5512*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

Holm, Bill.  Northwest Coast Indian Art.  An Analysis of Form.  Seattle:  University of Washington Press, 1974. Fifth Printing.  Fine hard cover in near fine to fine dust wrapper with light soiling and pin pricks to back cover. (ID:  9107; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00 

Horan, James D.  North American Indian Portraits:  120 Full-Color Portraits Painted from Life from The McKenney-Hall Portrait Gallery of American Indians.  New York:  Crown, 1975.  Fine soft cover.  (ID:  5175; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  

Horniman Museum [London].  The First Americans.  [Exhibit]  From 16 February 1974 Extended Until 1 February 1975.  Forest Hill, London: Horniman Museum, 1975.  Scarce exhibit catalogue.  In stapled wrappers, as issued; light soiling, but otherwise near fine to fine.  (ID: 9110; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com )  $20.00 

Horse Capture, George P., Anne Vitart, Michel Waldberg, and W. Richard West Jr.  Robes of Splendor:  Native American Painted Buffalo Hides.  New York:  The New Press, 1993.  (ID:  5394)  $20.00 

Johannsen, Christina B., and John P. Gerguson.  Iroquois Arts.  a Directory of a People and Their Work. Warnerville, NY:  Association for the Advancement of Native North American Arts and Crafts, 1983.  Soft cover with some edge wear.  Title page corner clipped, otherwise near fine.  Photo at top of page.  (ID: 5389; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $19.00

Kavanagh, Thomas, Introduction.  North American Indian Portraits.  Photographs from the Wanamaker Expeditions. From the Wanamaker Collection at the William Hammond Mathers Museum, Indiana University. Old Saybrookk, CT: Konecky & Konecky, 1996.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  Oversize.  (ID: 5491; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

Levenson, Jay A., Editor.  Circa 1492.  Art in the Age of Exploration.  Washington, DC/New Haven:  National Gallery of Art/Yale University Press, 1991.  Fine soft cover.  Large, heavy book; requires additional postage. (ID:  5560; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Lowe Art MuseumThe North American Indian Collection of the Lowe Art Museum.  University of Miami.  Coral Gables: Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, 1988.  Fine soft cover in colored wrappers, as issued.  Small price sticker on back cover.  Color and B/W photos. Introduction by Richard Conn.  Notes on Navajo textiles by Dr. Joe Ben Wheat.  Includes items from Southwest, Southeast/Woodlands, Plains/Plateau, and West/Northwest.  (ID:  6296)   $20.00 

  

McLuhan, T. CTouch the Earth.  A Self-Portrait of Indian Existence.  New York:  Simon & Schuster, 1971.  Softcover.  Reprinted from Outerbridge & Lazard edition.  Remainder mark lower edge, label residue rear cover, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  5129; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

Moore, Robert J.  Native Americans:  The Art and Travels of Charles Bird King, George Catlin and Karl Bodmer.  Edison, NJ:  Chartwell Books, Inc., 2002.  Fine volume in near fine dust jacket with very minor shelf wear, otherwise as new.  (ID:  5121; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Moore, Robert J., Jr.  Native Americans.  A Portrait.  The Art and Travels of Charles Bird King, George Catlin, and Karl Bodmer.  New York:  Stewart, Tabori, Chang, 1997.  First Printing.  Light soiling to bottom corner paper edge, but o/w near fine; dust wrapper is price clipped, minor edge/spine end wear, o/w near fine.  Oversize.  Requires additional postage. (ID:  803; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00 

National Museum of the American Indian.  The Smithsonian Institution. Native American Images.  Washington, DC:  The Smithsonian Institution, 1992.  Limited Edition.  Number 486 of 500.  New York Inaugural Beefit.  November 12, 1992.  (Item ID:  5396; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $95.00

Northrop, Stuart A.  Turquoise.  Santa Fe, New Mexico:  Museum of New Mexico, 1973.  Reprinted from El Palacio, Volume 79, No. 1.  In wrappers, as issued.  Lt. age soiling, crimp to top front corner of illustrated covers.  Full-color centerfold, black and white illustrations and photos.  (ID: 6144; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $7.00

Northwest Coast Indian Artists Guild.  1977 Graphics Collection.  Ottawa:  Canadian Indian Marketing Services, 1977.  Foreword by George F. MacDonald.  Includes art by Joe David, Robert Davidson, Ron Hamilton, James Hanuse, Richard Hunt, Gerry Marks, Russell Smith, Roy Henry Vickers, and Francis Williams.  Near fine, in wrappers, with very small crimp to bottom corner cover/pages.  Small sticker on inside back cover for The Gallery Shop, Vancouver (BC) Art Gallery. (ID: 6305) $20.00

Ostrowitz, JudithPrivileging the Past.  Reconstructing History in Northwest Coast Art.  Seattle:  University of Washington Press, 1999.  Rubbing to black glossy back cover, but o/w as new hard cover in as new dust wrapper. (ID: 6131; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $19.00 

Peabody Essex Museum.  Gifts of the Spirit.  Works by Nineteenth-Century & Contemporary Native American Artists.  Salem, MA:  Peabody Essex Museum, 1996.  Foreword by Dan L. Monroe.  As new hard cover in as new dust jacket.  Review of exhibit from the Boston Globe laid in.  (ID:  5377; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00

Pendleton Woolen Mills.  Pendleton Woolen Mills, General Catalog Showing Colored Engravings of the "Pendleton" Line.  Pendleton, OR:  Avanyu Publishing, 1987.  Wrappers, as new.  Reprint in its entirety of the first significant catalog produced by Pendleton Woolen Mills for the sale of its "Indian design" bed blankets, robes, steamer rugs, bath robes, couch covers, tapestries and shawls.  (ID: 5474;http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Penney, David W., and George C. LongfishNative American Art.  Hong Kong:  Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, Inc., 1994. Oversize fine volume with near fine dust jacket with very tiny chip lower right at spine, slight wrinkling top spine, otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  5369; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

Peterson, Harold, Editor.  I Wear the Morning Star.  An Exhibition of American Indian Ghost Dance Objects. Minneapolis:  The Minneapolis Institute of Arts and The Minneapolis Regioonal Native American Center, July 290September 26, 1976.  Gary Sherman, Photographer  Soft cover.  Light age rubbing with some minor edge and tip wear, otherwise very good plus to near fine.  (ID: 6034; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $55.00 

Phillips, Ruth B.  Trading Identities:  The Souvenir in Native North American Art from the Northeast, 1700-1900. Seattle:  University of Washington Press, 1998.  As new soft cover.  (ID:  5475; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

[Remington, Frederic]  The Frederic Remington Studio Collection.  Whitney Gallery of Western Art.  Buffalo Bill Historical Center.  New York:  The Gallery Press, [n.d.]  Includes "Frederic Remington's Studio," by Harold McCracken, a chronology (1861-1909), and 7 pages of photographs.  Red wrappers.  Small (1/4") closed tear at top of spine, o/w fine. (ID: 6160; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $14.00

[Remington, Frederic]  An Exhibition of Paintings and Bronzes by Frederick Remington and Charles M. Russell.  Tulsa:  Thomas Gilcrease Foundation, [n.d.] [1950?] Biographical sketch of Remington by Edward Everett Dale; sketch of Charles M. Russell is by J. Frank Dobie. B/W photographs of twelve paintings and bronzes.  Fine, in wrappers (place/date on inside front cover). In protective Mylar. (ID: 6158; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

[Rideau Hall] Contemporary Indian Art at Rideau Hall/Art indien contemporain à Rideau Hall.  Ottawa:  Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development.  An exhibition opened May 24, 1983.    Introduction by John C. Munro, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development.  Artists represented include Dempsey Bob, Alex Janvier, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjib, Arthur Shilling, and Jackson Beardy, with six full-color illustrations.  Stapled wrappers, with right front corner crease and light wear to edges and tips, but good plus.  (ID:  6306) $15.00

Roberson Center for the Arts and Sciences.  Art of the Seventh Generation:  Iroquois Symbols on Canvas and Paper.  Introduction by Richard Hill.  Ray Gonyea, Guest Curator.  Binghamton:  Roberson Center for the Arts and Sciences, 1986.  Very good plus to near fine wrappers.  Exhibit catalog.  Includes photos of artists and their work. Artists include John Fadden (Kahionhes), Steve Gonyea, Alex Jacobs (Karoniaktatie), among others. (ID; 5474; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Robotham, TomNative Americans in Early Photographs.  San Diego:  Thunder Bay Press, 1994.  As new volume in as new dust wrapper; Mylar-protected.  (Item ID:  5375)  $25.00  

[Russell, Charles M.] Charles M. Russell.  Oklahoma City:  National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center, 1965.  Essay, “The Beginning,”  on the Charles S. Jones collection of Russell, acquired from the estate of Russell’s widow, by O. M. Mosier.  Photographs of bronzes, reproduction of letter, pen and ink drawings, drawings, paints, and sketches, with one-page biographical sketch by Russell written shortly before his death.  21 pages.  Colored wraps (Russell’s “Red Man’s Wireless,” in color on front cover; rear cover is b/w “In White Man’s World.”) Very light tanning to edges.  In protective Mylar. (ID: 6159; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Russell, Charles M.  See also Remington, Frederic, above.

Scherer, Joanna Cohan.  "You Can't Believe Your Eyes.  Inaccuracies in Photographs of North American Indians," in Exposure.  the Journal of the Society for Photographic Education, 16:4 (Winter, 1978), pages 6-19. Stapled wrappers as issued.  Spine has closed tears top and bottom not affecting integrity of volume.  Slight wrinkling at bottom corners.  (ID:  5548; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Schmidt, Jeremy.  Captions by Laine Thom.  In the Spirit of Mother Earth.  Nature in Native American Art.  San Francisco:  Chronicle Books, 1993.  In wrappers with very slight bottom edge wear, otherwise fine, as new.  (ID: 5363; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $20.00

Sloan, Kim.  A New World:  England's First View of America.  Chapel Hill:  University of North Carolina Press, 2007.  As new soft cover.  (ID:  5480; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Smithsonian National Museum of History and Technology.  Perfect Likenesses:  Portraits for History of the Indian Tribes of North America (1837-44).  Washington, DC:  the Smithsonian Institution, 1977.  As new soft cover. (ID: 5482; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  

Snow, DeanPhotographs by Werner FormanThe American Indians.  Their Archaeology and Prehistory.  London:  Thames and Hudson, 1976.  As new volume in as new dust jacket with slightest of wrinkling at spine top.  In Mylar.  (ID:  5371; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

The Squamish Museum.  The Eyes of Chief Seattle.  Squamish, WA: The Squamish Museum, 1985. Near fine to fine soft cover.  (ID:  5618; www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00 

Tiger, Jerome.  Tiger.  Muskogee, OK:  Art Committee, Five Civilized Tribes Museum, 1969.  Folder with illustrated cover, biographical essay by Barbara L. Anderson inside front cover, with portrait of Tiger (1941-1967), a Creek-Seminole,  by Bjarne Holm. Folder originally contained four 8 x 10 reproductions of paintings [check size] from the collection of Mr. & Mrs. James T. Anderson, only one of which, "Trail of Tears," is present. Near fine, with slight discoloring upper right hand corner.  In protective Mylar. (ID: 6153; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $30.00

Troccoli, Joan Carpenter First Artist of the West.  George Catlin.  Paintings and Watercolors.  From the Collection of the Gilcrease Museum.  Tulsa:  The Gilcrease Museum 1993.  Soft cover, as new.  (ID:  5385; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $23.00

Ullom, Judith C.  Folklore of the North American Indians.  An Annotated Bibliography.  Washington, DC:  Library of Congress, 1969.  Pictorial cloth boards as issued.  Very small bumps top edge front and back, otherwise fine. (Item ID:  5483; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00

Viola, Herman J

*After Columbus:  The Smithsonian Chronicle of the North American Indians.  Washington, DC:  The Smithsonian Institution, 1990.  Fine volume in Mylar-protected jacket with tiniest of edge wear to tips, otherwise near fine to fine.  Inscribed, dated, and signed by Viola.  (ID:  5365*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

After Columbus:  The Smithsonian Chronicle of the North American Indians.  Washington, DC:  The Smithsonian Institution, 1990.  As new volume in as new dust jacket with slightest of wear to spine top and bottom.  (ID:  5380; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $14.99

(North American Indians.  An Introduction to the Lives of America’s Native Peoples, from the Inuit of the Arctic to the Zuni of the Southwest.  New York:  Crown, 1996.  Slightest of edge wear to dust wrapper, otherwise as new hard cover in as new wrapper.  (ID:  5379; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $14.99

Warrior Artists:  Historic Cheyenne and Iowa Indian Ledger Art Drawn by Making Medicine and Zotom.  Washington, D.C.:  National Geographic, 1998.  (ID:  5388)  $25.00

Von Schmidt-Pauli, Edgar.  We Indians:  The Passing of a Great Race.  New York:  E. P. Dutton & Company, 1981.  Cloth volume with some fading, soiling shelf wear, but very good.  No dust wrapper.  (ID:  5484; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

Wade, Edwin L., Editor.  The Arts of the North American Indian.  Native Traditions in Evolution.  New York:  Hudson Hills Press, 1986.  In association with the Philbrick Art Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma.  Fine cloth volume in fine dust wrapper; as new.  (ID:  5395; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00

Winch, Terence, Editor, and Charlotte Heth, General Editor.  Native American Dance:  Ceremonies and Social Traditions.  Washington, DC:  National Museum of the American Indian, 1992.  Essays and more than 200 illustrations (most in color).  Hard cover with light fading to edges, pages are warped.  No dust wrapper. Order brochure tipped in.  Oversize.  (ID:  3046; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $7.00 

 

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