AMERICAN INDIAN TITLES FROM R & M GERBER BOOKS
By and About American Indians

 

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For the most part, the writers below are/were enrolled members of American Indian tribes.  In cases where the author is known by . more than one name, he or she is listed under the more familiar name, with a link to/from the less familiar one.  
 
Items added recently are listed below as NEW  The majority of the authors below are or were enrolled members of American Indian tribes; there are a few exceptions.
 
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 Books by American Indian Authors 
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Sherman Alexie (1966-     ) Spokane/Coeur d'Alene
National Book Award Winner 2007
 
*The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian.  New York and Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 2007. Advance reading copy.  In wrappers, as issued.  Very good-near fine, very minor shelf wear. Signed. (5025*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $75.00

*Blasphemy.  New and Selected Stories.  New York:  Grove Press, 2012.  New, unread.  Signed by Alexie (on the title page), New York City, October 15, 2012.  (ID:  6078; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00 

*The Business of Fancydancing.  Inscribed and signed.  Fine soft cover. SOLD  Amazon 9 6 17 (substituted for unsigned copy not located).  ($35.00)  $10.00

*Dangerous AstronomyBoise, Idaho:  Limberlost Press, 2005.  Letterpress printed limited edition of 850 copies, 100 of which were bound in cloth and boards numbered and signed by the poet.   This copy is one of the unsigned 750 issued in wrappers. Signed by Alexie on October 15, 2012, in New York City.  Fine. (ID: 5927; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $85.00

*First Indian on the Moon Brooklyn, NY:  Hanging Loose Press, 1993.  First edition. Cloth, near fine; minor crimping upper right cover corner. No dust jacket, as issued.  As new.  Signed. (5013*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $200.00.

*Flight.  New York:  Black Cat, 2007.  Paperback original.  As new. Signed. (5026*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00

*Indian Killer.  New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1996.  Cloth, fine.  Dust jacket, fine. Signed. (5019*; 254)  $45.00 SOLD

Indian Killer.  New York:  Atlantic Monthly Press, 1996.  Cloth volume with narrow drip stain to ffep, otherwise fine, in fine dust wrapper.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  5538) $15.00  SOLD

Indian Killer.  New York:  Warner Books, 1996.  As new soft cover.  (Item ID:  5540)  $10.00  SOLD

*The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven.  New York:  Atlantic Monthly Press, 1993.  First printing.  Cloth fine; dust jacket price clipped, but otherwise fine. Signed. (5002*; HP255) $55.00  

*The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven.  New York:  Atlantic Monthly Press, 1993.  Uncorrected advance proof.  Wrappers as issued.  Very good-near fine.  Very minor shelf wear to bottom front cover. Signed and dated.  (Item ID:  5001*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00  

*Smoke Signals.  A Screenplay.  New York:  Hyperion, 1998. Paperback, first edition, third printing.Signed. (5068*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $40.00.*Ten Little Indians.  Grove Press, 2003.  Fine cloth volume in fine dust wrapper.  Signed. (5138*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00 

*Ten Little Indians.  Grove Press, 2003.  Uncorrected advance proof. In wrappers, as issued.  Signed. (5018*; ) (5018*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $85.00

*Ten Little Indians.  New York:  Grove Press, 2003.  First edition. Cloth, fine.  Dust jacket, fine. Signed. (5138*) $35.00. 

*Ten Little Indians.  Grove Press, 2003.  Uncorrected ad*The Toughest Indian in the World New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 2000. Wrappers as issued. Uncorrected advance proof. Very minor smudging to right bottom corners of pages. Signed. (5007*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $45.00

*The Toughest Indian in the World.  New York:  Atlantic Monthly Press, 2000. Wrappers as issued. Uncorrected advance proof. Very minor smudging to right bottom corners of pages. Signed. (5007*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $45.00

*You Don't Have to Say You Love Me.  A Memoir.  New York:  Little, Brown and Company, 2017.  [ISBN: 0780316270755] . Signed by Alexie in ballpoint pen (not a Sharpie, which bleeds) on the title page.  Photo of Alexie at the signing included.  ($16.80) . (ID:  M717-100) $50.00  (cover photo above) NEW

Paula Gunn Allen (1939-2008) Laguna Pueblo

Skin and Bones.  Poems, 1979-87.  Albuquerque, NM:  West End Press, 1988.  Soft cover.  Minor wear to edges, otherwise near fine, as new. (Item ID:  5072; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $8.00   

Peter Anastas  

Glooskap’s Children.  Encounters with the Penobscot Indians of Maine.  Boston:  Beacon Press, 1973.  Very lightly tanned pages, but near fine hard cover.  Dust wrapper has some chips and tears at edges and tips, but good plus to very good otherwise.  Signed by Anastas in green ink on the half title.  (ID:  3049; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  

Margot Astrov

American Indian Prose and Poetry.  An Anthology.  New York:  Capricorn, 1962.  Very good to near fine soft cover. As new.  Minor tanning of cover.  (Item ID:  5077; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $10.00 

Ruth Benedict

Tales of the Cochiti Indians.  Washington, DC:  US Government Printing Office, 1931.  Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 98.  Some fading of green wrappers, light wear to spin top and bottom, crease rear cover and endpaper.  Otherwise, near fine.  (Item ID:  5375; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

John Bierhorst, Editor

In the Trail of the Wind.  American Indian Poems and Ritual Orations.  New York:  Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1971. Fine volume, as new.  Dust wrapper has very light edge wear, some rubbing, otherwise near fine.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  5373; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  

The Naked Bear. New York:  William Morrow and Company, 1987.   Folktales of the Iroquois.  Illustrated by Dirk Zimmer.  As new hard cover.  Dust wrapper has very small chip/closed tear bottom front tip and very light soiling, o/w near fine.  (ID: 6006; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

Harold Bloom, Editor

Native-American Writers.  Philadelphia:  Chelsea House Publishers, 1998.  Introduction by Harold Bloom.  First soft cover printing.  As new.  (ID: 6125; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibristore.com)  $10.00  

Dee Brown (1908-2002) 

*Creek Mary's Blood.  New York:  Holt, Rinehart, Winston, 1980.  Some fading, but otherwise very good cloth volume.  Dust jacket has small closed tears, remainder dot on spine.  Signed on the half title.  (Item ID:  5029*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  

Joseph Bruchac (1942-    )  Abenaki

*Bowman's Store.  A Journey to Myself.  New York:  Dial Books, 1997.  Fine cloth volume in fine dust wrapper.  This is Bruchac's autobiography.  Signed by the author.  (Item ID:  5440*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $50.00  

*Dawn Land.  Golden, CO:  Fulcrum Publishing, 1993.  Fine cloth volume in Mylar-protected fine dust wrapper -- as new.  Signed by the author on the half-title.  (Item ID:  5222*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $30.00  

*Dog People.  Native Dog Stories.  Illustrated by Murv Jacob.  Golden, CO:  Fulcrum Publishing, 1995. Small bump to spine bottom, otherwise as new volume in as new dust wrapper.  Signed by the author. (Item ID: 5223*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $23.00  

*The Girl Who Married the Moon:  Tales from Native North America.  Bridgewater Books, 1994.  Cloth volume, as new, in as new dust wrapper.  Signed by the author. (Item ID: 5325* http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $35.00  

*Jim Thorpe's Bright Path.  See Biography/Autobiography, History and Culture, below.  

*Jim Thorpe.  Original All-American.  See Biography/Autobiography, History and Culture, below. 

No Borders.  New Poems.  Duluth, MN:  Holy Cow! Press, 1999.  Near fine to fine soft cover; pp. 21/22 crease at bottom.  (ID:   6080; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

*“Remember the Earth,” in Native Innovation.  Indigenous American Poetry in the 21st Century.  New York:  Poets House, 2013.   Signed by Bruchac.  In addition to contributions by Bruchac, also includes essays by Joy Harjo, Santee Frazier, Maurice Kenny, Natalie Diaz, and others. In wrappers, as issued. (ID: 6113; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00  

Roots of Survival.  Golden, CO:  Fulcrum Publishing, 1996.  Fine cloth volume in fine dust wrapper with Smithsonian Museum Shop sticker on rear cover.  As new.  Includes Native American writers Joy Harjo, Paula Gunn Allen, Linda Hogan, Duane Niatum, among others.  (Item ID:  5141; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  

*Roots of Survival.  Golden, CO:  Fulcrum Publishing, 1996.  Fine cloth volume in fine dust wrapper.  As new.  Includes Native American writers Joy Harjo, Paula Gunn Allen, Linda Hogan, Duane Niatum, among others.  Signed by the author.  (Item ID:  5439*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $30.00  

Turkey Brother and Other Tales.  Iroquois Folk Stories.  Illustrated by Kahones.  Trumansburg, NY:  The Crossing Press, 1975.  Hard cover.  Lower front corner has small tear, very light soiling, otherwise very good to near fine.  (Item ID:  5480; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

*[Joseph Bruchac, editor.]  The Greenfield Review.  Volume 9, Numbers 3 & 4, Winter 1981-1982.  In wrappers as issued.  Some sunning on spine, faint tanning of cover edges, otherwise fine.  Signed by Bruchac.  Includes contributions by Joy Harjo, Paula Gunn Allen, Linda Hogan, Maurice Kenny, Duana Niatum, Wendy Rose, and many others.  (Item ID:  5226*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $50.00  

[Michael J. Caduto and Joseph Bruchac, editors.]  Foreword by N. Scott Momaday. Illustrated by John Kahionhes Fadden.  Native American Stories Told by Joseph Bruchac.  Golden, CO:  Fulcrum Publishing, 1991.  Light crease front cover, very minor soiling, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  5446; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $10.00  

Clarence Orvel Bunnell

Legends of the Klickitats.  A Klickitat Version of the Story of the Bridge of the Gods.  Portland, OR:  Binfords & Mort Publishers, 1935.  3rd edition.  Fine hard cover in near fine to fine dust wrapper with light tanning to rear cover. As new, in Mylar.  (Item ID:  5484; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

Ann Nolan Clark

Buffalo Caller:  the Story of a Young Sioux Boy of the Early 1700's, Before the Coming of the Horse. Evanston:  Row, Peterson and company, 1942.  Soft cover children's book.  Owners' names written in. Some fading, corners rubbed, otherwise good.  (Item ID:  5229; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00 

Little Herder in Summer. Little Herder in AutumnLittle Herder in WinterLittle Herder in Spring. Boston:  Beacon Press, 1970.  Illustrated by Hoke Denetsosie.  4 volumes in stapled illustrated wrappers.  Originally published by the US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Branch of Education.  Light tanning to covers and owner’s name on inside front cover, but otherwise near fine to fine.  (ID: 6104; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00  for the four. 

Edwin Corle

People of the Earth.  New York:  Random House, 1937.  First Edition.  Light soiling/fading, light wear to spine top and botto, browning to endpapers and pastedowns, but otherwise very good to near fine volume. (Item ID: 5380; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

Coyote's Journal

Coyote’s Journal.  Koller, James, Editor.  Berkeley:  Wingbow Press, 1982 (1985).  Unnumbered Special Issue.  Second Printing.  Tiniest bit of tip wear, gift inscription ffep, o/w near fine. (ID: 6081; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  

Mary Crow Dog (1954-2013)  Rosebud Sioux

Lakota Woman.  With Richard Erdoes.  New York:  Grove Weidenfeld, 1990.  2nd Printing.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  (ID: 5601; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00 

Lakota Woman.  With Richard Erdoes.  New York:  HarperPerennial, 1991.  4th printing.  Soft cover. Owner’s name/date/place on ffep, pages lightly tanned, but otherwise very good.  (ID: 5700; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $6.50

Crow Dog, Mary (Brave Bird, Mary) Ohitika Woman.  With Richard Erdoes. New York:  Grove Press, 1993.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  (ID: 5702; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $20.00

Michael Dorris

*Cloud Chamber.  New York:  Scribner, 1997.  As new copy in as new dust jacket.  Tiniest bit of edgewear at spine top.  Signed on FFEP, plus warm, personal inscription on title page.  (Item ID: 5122*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00

*The Crown of Columbus.  New York:  HarperCollins, 1991.  With Louise Erdrich.  Fine cloth volume in fine dust wrapper.  Inscribed and signed by Dorris and Erdrich.  (Item ID:  9054*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $42.50  

*Paper Trail.  Essays.  New York:  HarperCollins, 1994.  As new copy in as new, Mylar-protected jacket. Signed by the author on the title page.  (Item ID: 5060*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $50.00

Paper Trail.  Essays.  New York:  HarperCollins, 1994.  Hard cover first edition.  As new copy in as new dust jacket. (Item ID:  5141; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00

*Working Men.  New York:  Henry Holt, 1993.  First edition hard cover. As new in as new dust jacket. Signed by the author on the title page.  (Item ID:  5142*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

*A Yellow Raft in Blue Water.  New York:  Henry Holt, 1987, Hardcover. Dorris's first novel.  As new in as new dust jacket. Signed by the author on the title page.  (Item ID:  5142a*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $50.00

 *A Yellow Raft in Blue Water.  New York:  Henry Holt, 1987.  Complimentary Reading Copy.  Wrappers as issued.  Signed by the author.  (Item ID:  5061*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00  

Eastman, Charles A (Ohiyesa) (1858-1939) Santee Dakota and

Elaine Goodale Eastman (1863-1953) 

Wigwam Evenings. Sioux Folk Tales Retold.  Boston:  Little, Brown, and Company, 1909.  Illustrations by Edwin Willard Deming.  All illustrations present.  Some edgewear at spine and corners; owner's name on half-title; light foxing to endpapers and top edge, a very few light stains interior, otherwise bright, fairly tight copy.  No dust jacket.  (Item ID:  5139; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $120.00

J. B. Enochs

Little Man’s Family.  Diné yázhi ba’álchiniReader.  Washington, DC:  Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1950.  Revised 1950.  Illustrated by Gerald Nailor. Bilingual (Navajo-English] reader.  Maroon paper covers, stapled.  Lower front cover and first ten pages crease, owner’s last name on title page, but otherwise near fine.  (6055; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00 

Louise Erdrich (1954-    ) Chippewa (Ojibwe)

(National Book Award Winner 2012)

 *The Beet Queen.  New York:  Henry Holt, 1986.  As new copy in as new dust jacket. Signed by the author on the title page.  (Item ID: 5132*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

*The Beet Queen.  As new copy in as new dust jacket.  Signed by the author on the half title. Laid in, in a plastic sleeve,  is a Bantam bookmark advertising Love Medicine and The Beet Queen.  (Item ID: 5131*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00

*The Bingo Palace.  New York:  HarperCollins, 1994.  As new fine copy with fine, bright dust jacket.  Signed by Erdrich on title page.  (5034*)  $45.00  

* The Bingo Palace.  New York:  HarperCollins, 1994.  Wrappers, as issued.  Uncorrected proof.  Has publisher's sticker (1"x2")with information about the author on front cover.  Inscribed by the author on the title page.  (Item ID:5140*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00

Books and Islands in Ojibwe Country.  Washington, DC:  National Geographic, 2003.  Fine cloth volume in fine dust wrapper.  As new.  (Item ID:  9032; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

*The Crown of Columbus.  See Dorris, above.  

*Four Souls.  New York:  HarperCollins, 2004.  Advance Reader's Edition.  Marking page before half title. Fine cloth volume, no dust wrapper as issued.  Signed.    (Item ID:  5043*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

*The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse.  New York:  HarperCollins, 2001.  As new copy in as new dust jacket.  Tiny rub upper right corner of jacket.  Signed by the author on the title page.  (Item ID: 5037*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00 

*Love Medicine.  New York:  Holt Rinehart Winston, 1984.  Fine cloth volume, as new, in near fine to fine dust wrapper.  First Edition.  Signed on the half title.  (Item ID:  5063; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $300.00  (see photo above)

*Love Medicine.  New York:  Holt Rinehart Winston, 1993.  Uncorrected proof.  New and expanded version. Signed.  (Item ID:  5236; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $100.00  

 The Master Butchers Singing Club.  New York:  HrperCollins, 2003.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  5237; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

*Original Fire.  Selected and New Poems.  New York:  HarperCollins, 2003.  Fine cloth volume in fine dust wrapper.  New.  First Edition.  Signed.  (Item ID:  5038*)  $50.00    SOLD  

The Painted Drum New York:  Harper Perennial, 2006.  Light creases to front cover, ffep, o/w near fine soft cover.  (ID:  991) $8.00     SOLD  1/22/16  

*The Plague of Doves.  New York:  Harper, 2008.  Vine dust volume in fine dust wrapper.  New.  First Edition. Signed.  (Item ID:  5039*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00  

*Shadow Tag.  New York:  HarperCollins, 2010.  Signed.  As new hard cover in as new Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  Erdrich has won the National Book Award for Fiction, the World Fantasy Award for Best Novel, American Book Awards, and the National Book Critics Circle Award for Fiction.  An enrolled member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians, she is a gifted novelist,poet (see also Jacklight, Baptism of Desire, and Original Fire), and non-fiction writer The Blue Jay’s Dance:  A Birthyear and Books and Islands in Ojibwe County).  (ID: 6189)  Also available from us on Amazon.  $30.00 

*Tales of Burning Love.  New York:  HarperCollins, 1996.  Fine cloth volume in fine dust wrapper.  New.  First Edition.  Signed.  (Item ID:  5042*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $22.50  

Tales of Burning Love.  New York:  HarperCollins, 1996.  Fine volume in fine dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  9024; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

*Tracks.  New York:  Henry Holt, 1988.  Uncorrected Proof.  In wrappers, as issued.  Fine.  Signed. (Item ID: 5040*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

*Tracks.  New York:  Henry Holt, 1988.  Fine cloth volume in fine dust wrapper.  First Edition.  Inscribed and signed.  In protective Mylar.  (Item ID:  5041*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $42.00  

[Erdrich, Louise, and Michael Dorris]  Chavkin, Allan, and Nancy Feyl Chavkin, Editors.  Conversations with Louise Erdrich & Michael Dorris.  Jackson:  University of Mississippi Press, 1994.  Literary Conversations Series.  Peggy Whitman Prenshaw, General Editor.  Fine soft cover.  (Item ID:  5515; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Mick Fedullo, Editor

Adobe Sings.  An Anthology of Poems by Pima Indian Children.  Sacaton, AZ:  Sacaton School No. 18. Gila River Indian Community, 1983.  Translated into Pima by Henrietta Pablo.  No dust wrapper.  Ex libris, with no typical library markings.  Fine.  (Item ID:  9094; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

Robert Freeman

*For Indians Only.  Self-published, 1971.  In wrappers as issued.  Signed.  Very light age soiling, otherwise fine.  $15.00  (Item ID:  5423*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  

Diane Glancy (1941-    ) (Cherokee descent)

Claiming Breath.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 1992.  As new cloth volume in as new dust wrapper.  Winner of 1991 North American Indian Prose Award.  (Item ID:  5241; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $27.50  

Richard Green

Te Ata.  Chickasaw Storyteller.  American Treasure.  Afterword by Rayna Green and John Troutman. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2002.  1st Edition.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  In Mylaw. (Item ID:  5479; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00  

Joy Harjo (1951-    )  Muskogee Creek

*Crazy Brave.  A Memoir.  New York:  W. W. Norton, 2012.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  In Mylar.  Inscribed and signed on the title page.  (ID: 6112; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $60.00 

*The Good Luck Cat.  San Diego:  Harcourt, Inc., 2000.  Illustrated by Paul Lee.  Second Printing.  Fine hard cover in dust wrapper with tiniest bit of edge and spine tip wear.  Inscribed ("For good luck") and signed by Harjo on the title page.  (ID:  6069) $30.00    SOLD  

*How We Became Human.  New and Selected Poems:  1975 – 2001.  New York: W. W. Norton, 2002.  First soft cover printing. Very small creases at cover tips, otherwise near fine to fine.  Signed. (ID: 5729; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $24.00

*A Map to the Next World.  Poems and Tales.  New York:  Norton, 2000.  1st edition.  Fine hard cover in near fine dust jacket, with very minor edge wear. Inscribed and signed.  (Item ID:  5092; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00

*Secrets from the Center of the World.  Tucson:  Sun Tracks and The University of Arizona Press, 1989.  3rd Printing.  Photographs by Stephen Strom.  Signed. Soft cover. Near fine. (5728; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00

*She Had Some Horses.  New York:  Thunder’s Mouth Press, 1983 (1997) Residue from price sticker on lower back cover, otherwise fine soft cover. Signed. (5726; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

*“Singing Lines,” in Native Innovation.  Indigenous American Poetry in the 21st Century.  New York:  Poets House, 2013.   Signed by Harjo and Joseph Bruchac.  In addition to contributions by Harjo and Bruchac, also includes essays by Santee Frazier, Maurice Kenny, Natalie Diaz, and others. In wrappers, as issued. (ID:  6113; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00     

"Singing Lines,” in Native Innovation.  Indigenous American Poetry in the 21st Century.  New York:  Poets House, 2013. In addition to contributions by Harjo, the collection includes essays by Joseph Bruchac, Santee Frazier, Maurice Kenny, Natalie Diaz, and others. In wrappers, as issued. (ID:  6114; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $10.00 

*The Spiral of Memories:  Interviews.  Edited by Laura Coltelli.  Ann Arbor:  The University of Michigan Press, 1996.  Cloth fine, no dust jacket, as issued. Signed by the poet.  Card laid in with message in Harjo's handwriting, also signed.  (Item ID:  5044*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $150.00 

*The Woman Who Fell From the Sky. Poems.  New York:  W. W. Norton, 1994.  As new hard cover in very good plus near fine dust wrapper with sticker residue on front cover and tiny bit of edge wear; price clipped by the publishers.  Inscribed, stars drawn by Harjo, and signed. (ID: 5730; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $50.00

*The Woman Who Fell From the Sky.  Poems.  New York:  W. W. Norton, 1994.  6th Printing.  Signed. 1-1/2” narrow printer’s ink mark on inside back cover and half-title, otherwise as new, unread.  (ID: 5727; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  

Tony Hillerman

*Three Jim Chee Mysteries.  People of Darkness.  The Dark Wind.  The Ghostway.  New York:  Wings Books, 1990 . 4th Printing.  Lightly tanned pages, but otherwise fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  Inscribed and signed on ffep.  (ID: 5725; http://www.rmgerberbooksalibrisstore.comhttp://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00

A Thief of Time.  London:  Michael Joseph, 1989.  1st British Edition.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper. (Item ID:  9062; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00 

Linda Hogan (1947-    )  Chickasaw

The Book of Medicines.  Minneapolis:  Coffee House Press, 1993.  As new soft cover.  (Item ID:  9092; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00 

Dwellings.  New York:  Norton, 1995.  Fine cloth volume in as new dust jacket.  Signed by the author. Publisher's information and author's photo laid in.  (Item ID:  5245*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

Mean Spirit.  New York:  Atheneum, 1990.  Fine cloth volume.  Dust jacket has light rubbing of black background of cover, otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  5246; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00 

Power.  New York:  Norton, 1998.  Cloth volume with very small dent to spine tip, otherwise fine.  Dust wrapper has minor wear to spine tips, otherwise near fine  (Item ID:  5247; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

Savings.  Poems by Linda Hogan.  Minneapolis:  Coffee House Press, 1988.  Soft cover. Poets by Chickasaw Nation poet Hogan.  (Item ID:  5377; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00 

Seeing Through the Sun.  Amherst:  University of Massachusetts Press, 1985.  As new cloth volume in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  5140; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00  

Solar Storms  A Novel .  New York:  Scribner's, 1995.  As new cloth volume in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID: 5248; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00 

Solar Storms.  A Novel. New York:  Scribner Paperback Fiction, 1995 (1997) Sixth printing.  Winner of the Colorado Book Award for Fiction. Creased ffep, remainder mark lower edge, o/w near fine.  (ID: 992; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $8.00 

William Least Heat Moon  (1939-    )  (Osage descent)

Blue Highways:  A Journey into America.  Boston:  Little Brown, 1982.  6th Printing.  Fine cloth in very good dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  5242; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00 

River-Horse:  Across America by Boat.  New York:  Penguin-Putnam, 1999.  Soft cover.  Very good. Signed. (Item ID: 5243*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  

Jamake Highwater (Gregory J. Markopoulos) (1942?-2001) 

Kill Hole.  New York:  Grove Press, 1992.  New cloth volue in dust wrapper.  First Edition.  (Item ID:  5244; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00   

Tony Hillerman

Sacred Clowns.  New York:  HarperCollins, 1993.  New cloth volume in dust wrapper. (Item ID:  5073; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00   

Jeannette Henry, Editor

The American Indian Reader.  San Francisco:  American Indian Educational Publishers, 1973.  New cloth volume in dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  5137; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

Arlene Hirschfelder, Editor

Native Heritage.  Personal Accounts by American Indians.  1790 to the Present.  Foreword by Jeffrey L. Hamley.  New York:  Macmillan, 1995.  As new soft cover.  (Item ID:  5543; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Linda Hogan (1947-    ) Chickasaw

*Dwellings.  New York:  Norton, 1995. Fine cloth volume in dust wrapper.  As new.  Publishers information and author's photo laid in.  Signed.  (Item ID:  5245; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00  

Mean Spirit.  New York:  Atheneum, 1990.  First Edition.  Fine cloth volume.  Dust wrapper has light rubbing of black background of cover, otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  5246; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00

Red Clay.  Poems and Stories.  Greenfield Center, NY:  The Greenfield Press, 1991.  In wrappers, as issued. As new. Cover art by Marilyn Auer.  (Item ID:  5372; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

Savings.  Poems by Linda Hogan.  Minneapolis:  Coffee House Press, 1998.  In near fine wrappers.  (Item ID:  5375; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

Seeing Through the Sun.  Amherst:  University of Massachusetts Press, 1985.  As new cloth volume in dust wrapper. (Item ID:  5140; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00  

Solar Storms.  A Novel.  New York:  Scribner's, 1995.  As new cloth volume in dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  5248; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00 

Adolf (Adolf Gutohrle; 1944-    ) and Beverly Hungry Wolf  (1950-    ) Blackfoot Confederacy

Children of the Sun.  Stories by and About Indian Kids.  New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1986.  Uncorrected Bound Galleys.  Fine, in orange wrappers, as issued.  Stories, culled from little-known sources, documented by the authors,  recreate Indian family life, especially the relationship of children with their tribal elders.  (ID:  6188; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $30.00 

E. Pauline Johnson (see Tekahionwake, below)

Basil H. Johnston

*Tales the Elders Told.  Ojibway Legends.  Illustrated by Shirley Chichoo.  Toronto:  Royal Ontario Museum, 1981.  Near fine cloth volume with minor spine and tip wear.  Dust wrapper is near fine with small chips and closed tears, wear to edges and tips.  Signed by Shirley Chichoo.  (Item ID:  5481; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

Karoniaktatie (Alex A. Jacobs) (1953-    ) Mohawk

Landscape:  Old and New Poems.  Cover and illustrations by Karoniaktatie.  The Blue Cloud Quarterly, Volume 30, Number 4.   Marvin, SD:  The Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, 1984.  Association copy:  Addressed on back cover to novelist Jonis Agee.  Fine.  (Item ID:  5344; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00

Hattie Kauffman (1955-    _) Nez Perce

*Falling into Place.  A Memoir of Overcoming.  Grand Rapids, Michigan:  Baker Books, 2013.  Signed by the author.  As new in as new dust wrapper.   $30.00  

Maurice Kenny (1929-2016) Mohawk

Boston Tea Party.  New York:  Con/Berry, 1982.   Originally published in Soup in 1981.  Drawings by Hopi/Miwok writer Wendy Rose; Kenny is a Mohawk. Wrappers, as issued.  Small (1/4”) round stain on cover, otherwise fine.  Scarce.  (Item ID:  5252; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com$55.00 $40.00
 

Boston Tea Party.  New York:  Con/Berry, 1982.  Originally published in Soup in 1981. Drawings by Hopi/Miwok writer Wendy Rose. Stapled wrappers, as issued.  Fine.  Scarce, especially in this condition.  (Item ID:  5432; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $65.00 

Carving Hawk.  New and Selected Poems.  Buffalo:  White Pine Press, 2002.  First Edition. Cover art by Mohawk cover artist Danielle Cole.  Very light soiling a corners, crimp to upper front corner tip and the tips of about half the volume, o/w very good soft cover. (ID: 6129)  $15.00  $7.00

Connotations.  Buffalo, NY:  White Pine Press, 2008.  Advance Galley.  Advance Galley sticker on back with publication date.  As new soft cover.  (ID:  6009; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $12.00 $6.00

Dancing Back Strong the Nation.  Buffalo:  White Pine Press, 1981.  Revised and expanded second edition. Illustrations by Rokwaho. Introduction by Paula Gunn Allen.  (Item ID: 9066; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00  $10.00

Dancing Back Strong the Nation.  Introduction by Paula Gunn Allen.  Cover and Illustration by Rokwaho (Daniel Thompson).  The Blue Cloud Quarterly.  Volume XXV, Number 1.  Marvin, SD:  Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, 1979.  Address on back cover (Small Press Review). Small crease upper right corner. Stapled wrappers, as issued.  Fine.  (Item ID:  5346; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  $20.00

For Cherokee Marie.  Who May Have Forgotten.  Binghamton:, NY:  The Bellevue Press, [n.d.].  Mohawk poet. Postcard.  Fine. (Item ID:  5249; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $7.00  

Humors And/Or Not So Humorous.  Buffalo:  Swift Kick, 1988.  Swift Kick #7/8. Illustrations by Seneca artist Peter Jemison.   Fine, in wrappers, as issued.  Scarce.  (Item ID: 5433; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $85.00  $50.00

*In the Time of the Present.   East Lansing, Michigan:  Michigan State University Press, 2000.  As new soft cover.  Inscribed, dated, and signed by Kenny on the ffep.  3 card notices of other Kenny poetry publications; one has handwritten (by Kenny) note that the book is now out.  (ID:  6007; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00   $40.00

Is Summer This Bear. Saranac Lake, NY:  The Chauncy Press, 1985. The publication includes a glossary to references to elements of Mohawk culture that appear in the poems. Fine, in wrappers; as new; review copy, letter from publisher laid in. (Item ID: 5431; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00 $20,00

The Momma Poems.  Buffalo, NY:  White Pine Press, 1984. Second Edition.  1984 American Book Award Winner.  Cover drawing by Rokwaho. (0-934834-38-5)  Spine lightly faded, light fading to blue soft covers, otherwise near fine.  (ID:  6010; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.00 

On Second Thought.  A Compilation.  Norman:  University of Oklahoma Press, 1995.  Foreword by Joseph Bruchac (dated Green Corn Moon); as new hard cover in as new Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  (Item ID: 9093; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  $20.00

Sandpiper.  Binghamton, NY:  The Bellevue Press, [n.d.]  Mohawk poet. Postcard, fine. (Item ID:  5251; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $7.00  

The Smell of Slaughter.  Marvin, SD:  Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, 1982.  The Blue Cloud Quarterly, Vol. 28, No. 1.  Fine gold stapled wrappers, as issued; address on back cover.  (Item ID:  9101; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00  $20.00

*Tekonwatonti/Molly Brant.  Poems of War.  Buffalo:  White Pine Press, 2002.  Third Printing.  Signed and inscribed by Kenny on the half-title.  As new soft cover.  (ID: 6302) $50.00 

[Kenny, Maurice, Editor. ]  Wounds Beneath the Flesh.  Fifteen Native American Poets.  Fredonia, NY:  White Pine Press, 1987.  Orig. pub. By Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, 1983.  Preface by Karl Kroeber.  Cover drawing by Peter Jemison.  As new soft cover.  (ID:  6008; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00 $10.00

Craig Lesley, Editor

Talking Leaves.  Contemporary Native American Short Stories.  An Anthology.  Edited and Introduced by Craig Lesley.  New York:  Dell, 1991.  2nd Printing.  Includes stories by Louise Erdrich, Michael Dorris, Paula Gunn Allen, Diane Glancy, N. Scott Momaday, Linda Hogan, James Welch, among others.  Light tanning at edges of pages, but otherwise as new soft cover.  (Item ID:  5542; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00

Layli Long Soldier (n.d. --   )  Oglala Lakota

Long Soldier, Layli.  Whereas.  Minneapolis:  Greywolf Press, 2017.  First edition, first printing.  [ISBN:  9781555977672]  Fine, as new soft cover.  Program for “Words for Water.  Song and Stories of Strength by Native Women,” March 5, 2017, at the Whitney Museum of American Art laid in.  Ms. Long Soldier was one of the featured poets at the event.  (ID: M717-118)) . SOLD Amazon 8 5 17

D'Arcy McNickle (1904-1997)  Salish Kootenai

The Hawk Is Hungry and Other Stories.  Edited by Birgit Hans.  Tucson:  University of Arizona Press, 1992. Fine soft cover; as new.  (Item ID:  9063; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

The Surrounded.  Zia Books. Very good soft cover.  (ID: 517-113)  $10.00  SOLD Amazon 9 10 17

Wind from an Enemy Sky.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1978.  First Edition. Fine volume in price clipped dust wrapper.  Light wear to spine ends, edges; small chips, otherwise near fine. (Item ID:  9023; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  

Wind from an Enemy Sky.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1978.  Fine volume in very good plus to near fine dust wrapper with light wear to edges and tips.  (Item ID:  9068; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

[D'Arcy McNickle]  Parker, Dorothy R.  Singing an Indian Song.  A Biography of D'Arcy McNickle.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.  Near fine soft cover.  (Item ID:  9097; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00

N. Scott Momaday (1934-    ) Kiowa

The Ancient Child.  New York:  Doubleday, 1989.  As new hard cover volume in a dust wrapper with minor wear to edges, corners, and spine tips, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID: 5254; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $10.00  

Angle of Geese and Other Poems.  Boston:  David R. Godine Publishers, 1974.  Number 5 in the First Godine Poetry Chapbook Series.  No dust wrapper, as issued. Darkening at edges, spine faded, otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  5472; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  

The Gourd Dancer.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1976.  Uncorrected proof in light blue wrappers, as issued.  Minor browning to the edges, otherwise a fine copy.  (Item ID:  5507; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00

*House Made of Dawn.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1968. First edition, later printing (A-U). Owner's signature erased on FFEP, otherwise fine.  Dust wrapper has gold sticker ("The 1969 Pulitzer Prize Novel"), small (1/2") chip lower front spine end, very light tanning toward edges, otherwise near fine to fine. Signed by Momaday on the title page.  (Item ID:  5437*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $150.00  

House Made of Dawn.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1968.  First edition, later printing (D-S). Hard cover, fine; dust wrapper has very minor rubbing, otherwise near fine to fine. (Item ID:  5255; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $75.00  

In the Bear's House.  New York:  St. Martin's, 1888.  As new hard cover volume in as new dust jacket. (Item ID: 5258; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $30.00 

In the Presence of the Sun.  Stories and Poems, 1961-1991.  New York:  St. Martin's, 1992.  As new hard cover volume in as as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  5229; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $20.00

The Man Made of Words.  Essays, Stories, Passages.  New York:  St. Martin's Griffin, 1998.  (Item ID:  5144; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

The Man Made of Words.  Essays, Stories, Passages.  New York:  St. Martin's, 1998.  Cloth:  very small bumps to bottom edges, tips.  Dust wrapper:  minor shelf wear to edges.  First edition, later printing (sticker reading "Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction" on cover) (Item ID:  5260; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

The Names.  A Memoir.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1976.  Uncorrected Proof.  In yellow wrappers, as issued.  Edges sunned, otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  5505; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $85.00

The Names.  A Memoir.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1974.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  (ID: 5505; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00

The Names.  A Memoir.  Tucson:  University of Arizona Press, 1996.  Reprint.  Cloth:  slight wear at right rear lower tip, otherwise near fine.  Dust wrapper:  minor shelf wear right top and bottom tip  (Item ID:  5261; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $18.00  

*Momaday, N. ScottThe Way to Rainy Mountain. Albuquerque:  University of New Mexico Press, 1969.  First printing.  Illustrated by Al Momaday.  Signed on title page.  One inch tan stain to lower edge at spine, light tip/spine end wear, o/w very good to very good plus.  Dust wrapper:  a bit of tip and spine wear, but otherwise near fine.  In Mylar.  (ID:  6085; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $55.00 

The Way to Rainy Mountain.  Illustrated by Al Momaday.  Albuquerque, NM:  University of New Mexico Press,1973 (1969)  Reprint.  The illustrator is the writer's father, a distinguished Kiowa Indian painter.  Hard cover, fine; dj near fine, with small (3/4") chip at right front corner, minor edge wear rear corner tip. (Item ID:  5419; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  

Natachee Scott Momaday  (1913-

American Indian Authors.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1972.  Light edge/tip wear, o/w near fine soft cover.  Appears to be unread.  (ID:  6086; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00 

Owl in the Cedar Tree.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press (Bison), 1992.  2nd Printing.  Soft cover.  Light tanning, very light soiling at tips, otherwise near fine to fine.  The author, of French, Cherokee, and English lineage, is the mother of Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist N. Scott Momaday.  (Item ID:  5482; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

Duane Niatum (Duane McGinness) (1938-    ) . S'Kallam

Ascending Red Cedar Moon.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1974.  Cloth, near fine to fine. Dust wrapper has very minor edge wear, otherwise near fine to fine.  (Item ID:  5115; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $30.00

Carriers of the Dream Wheel.  Contemporary Native American Poetry.  (Duane Niatum, editor)  Slight sunning to edges, but otherwise fine hard cover.  Dust jacket has sunning to edge, price clipped, but otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  5540; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00  

Digging Out the Roots.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1977.  First edition. As new hard cover.  Dust jacket is near fine to fine, with some browning inside front cover.  (Item ID:  5263; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00  

Digging Out the Roots.  New York: Harper & Row, 1977.  Hard cover, no dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  5113; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $25.00  

Digging Out the Roots.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1977.  Fine soft cover, as new.  (Item ID:  5108; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00  

*Drawings of the Song Animals.  New and Selected Poems by Duane Niatum.  Duluth, MN:  Holy Cow! Press, 1991.  Soft cover presentation copy, inscribed "for ---, an old and dear friendly, warmly, Duane Niatum, 4 Moon of Crackling Brances, 1999."  As new.  (Item ID:  9095*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $45.00 

*Drawings of the Song Animals.  New and Selected Poems by Duane Niatum.  Duluth, MN:  Holy Cow! Press, 1991. Inscribed, dated (Moon of Winter 1996), signed.  Fine hard cover, as new with bright gilt. (Item ID:  9096*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00

Harper's Anthology of 20th Century Native American Poetry.  (Duane Niatum, editor)  San Francisco: HarpersSanfrancisco, 1988.  Owner's name ffep, otherwise fine soft cover.  (Item ID:  5541; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  

*Songs for the Harvester of Dreams.  Seattle:  University of Washington Press, 1981. Cloth:  small spots on back cover, light wear to tips, spine ends, otherwise fine with bright gilt.  Dust wrapper:  rubbed at edges, small chips at corners, spine ends.  Signed and dated.  (Item ID:  5264*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00

Songs for the Harvester of Dreams.  Seattle:  University of Washington Press, 1981. Review copy. Publisher's information laid in.  Near fine cloth volume with minor shelf wear.  Dust wrapper has small chips, closed tear, minor shelf wear, but otherwise very good to near fine.  In protective Mylar.  (Item ID:  5091; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  

*Songs for the Harvester of Dreams.  Seattle:  University of Washington Press, 1981.  Presentation copy. Cloth:  near fine with light tip wear.  Dust wrapper is very good plus with 1 small closed tear, edge and tip wear.  Inscribed, dated ("8 Yellow Leaf Moon 1984"), and signed.  (Item ID:  9100*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00  

Stories of the Moons.  Cover illustration by Anita Endrezze-Danielson.  Blue Cloud Quarterly, Vol. 33, No. 2. 1987. Stapled wrappers, as issued. A few small stray marks on front cover, otherwise near fine. Review copy sent to poet Rochelle Ratner.  (Item ID: 5434; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $35.00   

Dorothy R. Parker

Singing an Indian Song.  A Biography of D'Arcy McNickle.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 1993. American Indian Lives Series. Second Printing.  Fine cloth volume; dust jacket has some rubbing at tips and front spine, but otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  5265; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00  

Daniel Peck, Editor

New Essays on The Last of the Mohicans.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1992.  First Edition.  As new hard cover.  First Edition. (Item ID:  5266; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $55.00  

Susan Power (1961-    )  Sioux

The Grass Dancer.  New York:  G. P. Putnam, 1994.  Author's first book. As new cloth volume in as new dust wrapper.  In protective Mylar.  (Item ID:  5453; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

The Grass Dancer.  London:  Picador, 1994.  First British Edition. Author's first book.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  5452; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Wendy Rose (1948-    )  Hopi, Miwok

Academic Squaw.  Reports to the World from the Ivory Tower.  Marvin, SD:  Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, 1977.  In stapled wrappers, as issued.  Drawings by Wendy Rose.  Addressed on rear cover, some tanning, but otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  9064; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00 

*Bone Dance.  New and Selected Poems.  1965-1993.  Tucson:  University of Arizona Press, 1994.  Signed.  As new soft cover. (Item ID: 5450; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  

Builder Kachina:  A Home-Going Cycle.  Marvin, SD:  Blue Cloud Quarterly, 1979.  Volume 25, Number 4.  In stapled wrappers as issued.   Addressed on back cover, otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  9056; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.05 

Going to War with All My Relations.  New and Selected Poems.  Flagstaff, AZ:  Entrada Books/Northland Publishing, 1993.  Wrappers, as issued.  Fine.  (Item ID:  9067; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $30.00  

Hopi Roadrunner Dancing.  Greenfield Center, NY:  The Greenfield Review Press, 1973. One of 500. Published by Joseph Bruchac's press.  In wrappers, as issued.  Very light soiling rear wrap, light bumping at tips, but otherwise as new.  Author's first book. (Item ID:  5448; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00  

*Lost Copper.  Banning, CA:  Malki Museum Press, 1980.  First Edition.  Publisher's information laid in with a note, signed by Rose, requesting a review.As new. Mylar-protected dust wrapper has 2" closed tear front, otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  5451; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00 

Lost Copper. Banning, CA:  Malki Museum Press, 1980.  Illustrated by the author.  Introduction by N. Scott Momaday.  Fine cloth first edition in fine, Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  9098; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  

A. Lavonne Brown Ruoff

American Indian Litaratures.  An Introduction, Bibliographic Review, and Selected Bibliography.  New York:  Modern Language Association, 1990.  Pages very lightly tanned, tiniest bit of edge/tip wear, o/w near fine to fine soft cover.  (ID:  3102; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $12.00

Literatures of the American Indian.  Indians of North America.  Frank W. Porter III, General Editor.  New York: Chelsea House, 1991. Very good soft cover with some wrinkling and shelf wear.  (Item ID:  5117; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $5.00  

Gordon N. Sayre

The Indian Chief as Tragic Hero.  Native Resistance and the Literatures of America, From Moctezuma to Tecumseh.  Chapel Hill:  The University of North Carolina Press, 2005.  [ISBN:  08078563  20] As new soft cover, first print.  (ID: 6424; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $10.00 

Neil Schmitz

White Robe's Dilemma:  Tribal History in American Literature.  Amherst:  University of Massachusetts Press, 2001.  As new soft cover. (Item ID:  5281; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Leslie Marmon Silko (1948-     ) . Laguna Pueblo

Almanac of the Dead.  New York:  Simon & Schuster, 1991.  First Edition.  As new cloth volume.  Dust jacket as new. (Item ID:  5455; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00

*Almanac of the Dead.  Special Reader's Excerpt.  New York:  Simon & Schuster, 1991.  Signed. Soft cover, as new.  Main cover says "Special Reader's Excerpt," while the second cover with blurb by Larry McMurtry.  (Item ID:  5454*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00  

Gardens in the Dunes.  New York:  Simon & Schuster, 1991.  Hard cover with slight bumps to bottom corners, otherwise fine.  Dust wrapper has bumps to bottom corners, otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  5456; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

*Storyteller.  New York:  Seaver, 1981.  Signed.  Fine cloth volume in dust wrapper with small chip rear cover edge and top tip, otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  5449*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $120.00  

Yellow Woman and A Beauty of the Spirit.  Essays on Native American Life Today.  New York:  Simon & Schuster, 1997.  First Touchstone Edition.  Soft cover:  as new except for small black remainder mark on bottom edge. (Item ID:  5136; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

Yellow Woman and A Beauty of the Spirit.  Essays on Native American Life Today. New York:  Simon and Schuster, 1996.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  5483; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

Silko, Leslie Marmon, and Wright, James.  The Delicacy and Strength of Lace.  Letters.  Edited by Anne Wright.   (ISBN 0915308746)  Saint Paul:  Gray Wolf Press, 1986.  Cover illustration by R. W. Scholes.  Soft cover.  Inscribed and signed by editor Anne Wright, James Wright’s widow.  Eighteen-month correspondence between the poet and the novelist.  (ID: 6298) $40.00 

[Leslie Marmon Silko]  Seyersted, Per.  Leslie Marmon Silko.  Boise:  Boise State University, 1980.  Boise State University Western Writers Series.  Number 45.  In stapled wrappers, as new.  (Item ID:  9093; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00 

Jay Silverheels ("Tonto") (1912-1980) Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation

[Silverheels, Jay (“Tonto”)Maracle, Brant JosephThe Fever and Frustration of the Indian Heart.  Oshawa, Ontario:  Maracle Press Ltd., 1977 (1979).  Second printing.  Foreword by Jay Silverheels (“Tonto” of the television series "The Long Ranger.").  Artwork by Lillian J. Maracle.  A collection of poems and prose by Maracle, a Mohawk, who grew up on the St. Regis Reserve (Akwasasne, NY) and later lived on the Ryendinaga Reserve near Deseronto, Ont.  (ID:  6088; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $30.00

Holly Stewart and Cheryl Wilson

Stories of the People Native American Voices.  National Museum of the American Indian.  New York:  Universe Publishing, 1997.  Fine cloth volume in as new dust wrapper.  Two US postage stamps (1 cent fox, 5 cent 1800 canoe) taped to half title.  (Item ID:  5119; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00 

Drew Hayden Taylor

Funny, You Don't Look Like One.  Observations from a Blue-Eyed Ojibway.  Penticton, BC, Canada: Theytus Books Ltd., 1998.  Revised Edition.  As new soft cover.  Small light indentation to top edge, otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  5547; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

Tehanetorens (Ray Fadden) (1910-2008) Mohawk

Tales of the Iroquois.  Illustrated by Kahones.  Mohawk Natioon, NY:  Akwesasne, 1976. Association copy: This volume apparently belonged to Mohawk poet Peter Blue Cloud. Six Nations Indian Museum Series. First Edition. Wrappers, as issued.  Very small stain upper edge first few pages, otherwise fine, as new. (Item ID:  5286; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00  

Tales of the Iroquois.  Mohawk Nation:  Akwesasne Notes, 1976. Stated first printing.  In illustrated wrappers, as issued.  Illustrated by Kahonhes.  Pictographs by Tehanetorens.  Near fine, slightest of sunning and wear to spine. (ID: 6423; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00 

Tekahionwake (E. Pauline Johnson) (1861-1913) Six Nations/Mohawk

Flint and Feather.  Toronto:  Musson Book Company, 1913.  "This is the Second Edition.  Printed in 1913." Maroon covers with two small stains to front, gilt bright, first signature starting.  Rare dust wrapper has slight staining at upper edge and spine, small chips to tips and spine top/bottom, otherwise very good to near fine.  Excellent condition for this book. In Mylar.  (Item ID:  5550; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $95.00

Flint and Feather.  The Complete Poems of E. Pauline Johnson.  Toronto:  Hodder and Stoughton, [n.d.] Cloth volume and dust wrapper as new.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  5118; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00

David Treuer (1970-    ) Ojibwe 

*Little.  New York:  Picador, 1995.  Signed.  Soft cover with very small spots, smudges lower edges.  (Item ID:  5052*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  

*Native American Fiction:  a User's Manual.  Saint Paul:  Gray Wolf Press, 2006.  Signed.  Soft cover with very minor wear at corners.  (Item ID:  5053*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00 

The Translation of Dr. Apelles.  A Love Story.  St. Paul, Minnesota:  Gray Wolf Press, 2006.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  As new, with black mark through bar code (probably indicating remainder).  Treuer’s mother is Ojibwe, his father is an Austrian Holocaust survivor.  Treuer studied at Princeton with Toni Morison and has a Ph.D. in Anthropology (Michigan).  He writes fiction and literary criticism (see Native American Fiction:  A User’s Manual).(ID:  6060; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $20.00

Triquarterly 59

Winter 1984 issue.  Evanston:  Northwestern University Press, 1984.   "The American Blues."  Includes poems by Roy A. Young Bear, among others.  Light soiling at corners, otherwise near fine to fine.  (Item ID:  5286; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.00

E. Donald Two-Rivers (Edmund D. Broeffle)

A Dozen Cold Ones From Two-Rivers.  (ID: 6108)  $45.00  SOLD Alibris 1 7 17

Alan R. Velie

Four American Indian Literary Masters.  N. Scott Momaday, James Welch, Leslie Marmon Silko and Gerald Vizenor.  Norman:  University of Oklahoma Press, 1982.  Fine hard cover.  Dust wrapper spine is slightly faded, covers very light fading, rubbing,o/w very good to near fine. In Mylar. (ID:  3102; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  

Gerald Vizenor (1934-    ) . Anishinabe (enrolled Minnesota Chippewa)

Vizenor, GeraldFugitive Poses.  Native American Indian Scenes of Absence and Presence.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 1998.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  (ID: 907; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00 

Hotline Healers.  Hanover and London:  Wesleyan University Press, University Press of New England, 1997.  First Edition.  As new hard cover volume in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  5290; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $18.00  

Landfill Meditation:  Crossblood Stories.  Hanover:  Wesleyan University Press (University Press of New England), 1991.  Signed by Vizenor.  Scarce in hard cover.  No dust jacket, as issued.  (Item ID:  5371*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $80.00  

Frederick G. Walsh

The Trial of Louis Riel: [a play].  Fargo:  North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies.  Very good soft cover with some shelf wear.  (Item ID:  5473; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00 

Robert Penn Warren

Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce.  A Poem by Robert Penn Warren.  New York:  Random House, 1982.  First paperback edition.  As new with minor tanning, wrinkling at binding.  Former poet laureate's epic poem.  (Item ID:  5071; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $5.00  

 James Welch (1940-2008)  Blackfeet, Gros Ventre

The Death of Jim Loney.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1979.  Fine. Uncorrected proof.  In wrappers, as issued.  (Item ID:  5056; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $225.00 

The Death of Jim Loney.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1979.  Review copy with slip laid in. Fine cloth volume in near fine dust wrapper with very minor shelf wear.  (Item ID:  5093; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00

The Death of Jim Loney.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1979.  Fine cloth volume.  Dust wrapper has light wear to spine top and bottom, otherwise fine.  Mylar-protected.  (Item ID:  5568; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00  

*Fool's Crow.  A Novel.  New York:  Viking, 1986. Signed. Fine cloth volume in near fine to fine dust wrapper with small closed tear near bottom.  Otherwise as new.  (Item ID:  5055*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $115.00 

Fool's Crow.  A Novel.  New York:  Viking, 1986.  Advance Reading Copy.  Wrappers, as issued.  Fine.  (Item ID: 5070; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $42.50  

*The Heartsong of Charging Elk.  New York:  Doubleday, 2000. Advance Reading Copy. Fine in wrappers as issued.  Inscribed by Welch. (Item ID:  5107*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $90.00 

The Heartsong of Charging Elk.  New York:  Doubleday, 2000.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  5544; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  

The Heartsong of Charging Elk.  New York:  Anchor Books, 2000.  Fifth printing.  Near fine to fine soft cover.  Item ID:  5545; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.00

*The Indian Lawyer.  New York:  Norton, 1990.  Inscribed and signed.  As new cloth volume in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  5054*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $125.00  

Killing Custer.  The Battle of Little Big Horn and the Fate of the Plains Indians.  New York:  W. W. Norton, 1994.  First Edition.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  As new.  (Item ID:  5135; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00 

Killing Custer.  The Battle of Little Big Horn and the Fate of the Plains Indians.   New York:  W. W. Norton, 1994.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  As new.  (Item ID:  5541; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00 

Riding the Earthboy40.  New York:  The World Publishing Company, 1971.  Fine cloth volume in near fine dust wrapper.  Printed letter P on rear end paper.   World went out of business before this book could be distributed.  (Item ID:  5058; http:/www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $95.00 

*Riding the Earthboy40.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1976.  Revised, expanded edition. Signed. Fine cloth volume in fine dust wrapper.  As new.  (Item ID:  5106*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $110.00  

*Winter in the Blood.  New York:  Harper, 1974.  Inscribed, dated, signed.  Fine cloth volume in near fine dust wrapper with closed tear upper left.  (Item ID:  5069*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $185.00  

Winter in the Blood.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1974.  First edition, hard cover.  Book is near fine to fine. Very small black mark on FFEP.  Dust wrapper is Mylar protected, with very small chips upper spine and upper front; price inked out, but otherwise as new.  Third book in Harper & Row's Native American Publishing Program. James Welch (1940-2003) was the son of a Blackfeet father and a Gros Ventre mother. Winter in the Blood is his first published novel. (Item ID:  5111; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $50.00

[Welch, James]  The American Indian Speaks.  Vermillion, SD:  University of South Dakota Press, 1969. Contains 7 poems by James Welch. Text identical to South Dakota Review, Vol. 7, No. 2 (Summer 1969) Closed tear spine; tanned covers.  rust in front and back covers, otherwise very good to near fine.  (Item ID:  9062; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00 

[Welch, James]  Wild, Peter.  James Welch.  Boise State University Western Writers Series.  Number 57. Boise:  Boise State University, 1983.  Fine, in wrappers, as issued. Has bibliography.  (Item ID:  9055; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

Zitkala-Sa (Gertrude Bonnin) (1876-1938) Sioux

Old Indian Legends.  With illustrations by angel De Cora.  Boston:  Ginn & Company, 1901.  Variant issue in red cloth.  Date on title page. Light edge and tip wear, owner's signature, date on FFEP, small tear bottom FFEP and title page, back cover rubbed, light tanning.  Near fine, tight, clean copy.  (Item ID: 5354)   $175.00  SOLD 4 2 17 dealer


American Indian Biography/Autobiography, History and Culture

Abbott, E. C. "Teddy Blue," and Helene Huntington Smith.  Ron Tyler, Editor.  We Pointed Them North. Recollections of a Cowpuncher.  Chicago:  R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company/The Lakeside Press, 1991. The Lakeside Classics.  Very faint spots on front cover, otherwise fine hard cover volume.  Gilt bright.  Top edge gilt fine, bright.  (Item ID:  5503 $35.00  SOLD 6 21 17 Alibris

Allen, Paula Gunn. [1939-2008; Laguna Pueblo] Pocahontas.  San Francisco:  HarperSan Francisco, 2003.  Fine cloth volume in very good to near fine dust wrapper. Inscribed "For ..... Love and blessings Grandma Paula Gunn Allen." (Item ID:  5028*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00  

Brandão, José AntónioYour Fyre Shall Burn No More.  Iroquois Policy toward New France and Its Native Allies to 1701.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 1997.  First Bison printing.  As new soft cover with small red upper case “R” (remainder) on lower edge.  (6126; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $7.00  

Basso, Keith H.  Portraits of "The Whiteman":  Linguistics Play and Cultural Symbols among the Western Apache. With a foreword by Dell Hymes.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1999 (1979).  Fine soft cover.  (Item ID: 5142; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  (Item ID:  5147; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

Baughman, Michael.  Mohawk Blood:  A Native American Quest.  New York:  Lyons & Burford, 1995.  Fine cloth in fine dust jacket.  (Item ID: 5148; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00

Béchard, Henri, S. J.  The Original Caughnawaga Indians.  Montréal:  International Publishers, 1976.  Fine hard cover in very good plus to near fine dust wrapper with very small chips/wear to spine top/bottom. (Item ID:  5514; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $55.00

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.  (Item ID:  5751; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00  

Bingham, Amelia G.  Mashpee:  Land of The Wampanoags.  [Barnstable/Mashpee, MA]:  Mashpee Historical Commission, 1970.  Fine, in stapled orange wrappers as issued.  (Item ID:  5513)  $20.00  SOLD

Boas, Franz.  Kutenai Tales.  Together with Texts Collected by Alexander Francis Chamberlain. Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology.  No. 59.  Washington, DC:  US Government Printing Office, 1918. Hard cover, no dust jacket, as issued.  Minor bumping to corners, but otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  5152)  $50.00  SOLD dealer 4 2 17

Bonfanti, Leo.  Biographies and Legends of the New England Indians, Vol. III.  Wakefield, MA:  Pride Publications,1972.  Wrappers.  Some tanning, price inked out, otherwise as new.  (Item ID:  5109; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00 

Bonfanti, Leo.  Biographies and Legends of the New England Indians.  Volume IV.  Wakefield, MA:  Pride Publications, 1972.  Wrappers. Some tanning, but otherwise as new.  (Item ID:  5085; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

Bonfanti, LeoThe Pequot-Mohican War.  Wakefield, MA:  Pride Publications, 1971.  Wrappers.  Some tanning, otherwise as new.  (Item ID: 5086; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

Brivitch, Charles.  A History of Connecticut's Gold Hill Paugussett Tribe.  Charleston, S.C.:  The History Press, 2007.  As new soft cover.  (Item ID:  5571; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  NEW

Bruchac, Joseph.  Lasting Echoes.  An Oral History of Native American People.  San Diego:  Silver Whistle/Harcourt Brace & Company,  1997.  Assemblage and painting by Paul Morin.  Gift inscription on ffep, o/w fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper. (ID: 6105; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00 

Brumble, H. David, III.  An Annotated Bibliography of American Indian and Eskimo Autobiographies. Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 1981.  Fine hard cover, no dust wrapper.  As new.  (Item ID:  9104)   $30.00  SOLD 4 2 17

Burch, MonteMaking Native American Hunting, Fighting, and Survival Tools.  Guilford, Connecticut:  The Lyons Press, 2004. Slightly cocked, but otherwise fine hard cover.  Dust wrapper fine, in Mylar.  (ID:  3106; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00 
 
*Bulow, Ernie.  Navajo Taboos. Gallup, NM:  Buffalo Medicine Books, 1991. Foreword by Tony Hillerman. Soft cover, as new.  Signed by Bulow and inscribed and signed by Tony Hillerman. (Item ID:  5045; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00  

Cody, Iron Eyes.  Assisted by Ye-Was.  How.  Indian Sign Talk in Pictures.  Hollywood:  Boelter Classic, 1952 (1959) Third printing.  Introduction by F. W. Hodge, Director, Southwest Museum, Los Angeles. Unpaged.  NN photographs to illustrate signs.  Light rubbing, edge wear, part of original price sticker, but otherwise very good plus to near fine soft cover (ID: 6087; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $18.00 

Coe, Michael D.  Breaking the Maya Code.  New York:  Thames & Hudson, 1999.  Revised edition. Originally published 1992.  As new soft cover.  (Item ID:  5156; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00

Coe, Michael D.  The Maya.  New York:  Thames & Hudson, 2005.  Revised Edition.  Originally published 1966.  As new soft cover.  (Item ID:  5157; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  

The Colophon, Volume II.  New Series.  Number 1 (Autumn 1936).  See Duff, Louis Blake, below.

Comrie, Bernard, Stephen Matthews, and Maria Polinsky.  The Atlas of Languages:  The Origin and Development of Languages Throughout the World.  Foreword by Jean Aitchison.  New York:  Facts on File, 1996.  (Item ID:  5160; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

*Conservation Society of York County, Inc, H. C. Ulmer, Editor.  Seneca Indians.  Home Life and Culture. York, PA: Conservation Society of York County, IN.  Signed by the editor.  Very good cloth volume with owner's name/address, and small square mark.  No dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  5066*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

Curtis, Edward S.  Indian Days of the Long Ago.  Yonkers-on-Hudson, New York:  World Book Company, 1915.  Indian Life and Indian Lore series.  Illustrated with Photographs by the Author [Curtis] and Drawings by F. M. Wilson.  In his Foreword, Curtis says the book is designed to “call attention to the great divergencies in Indian life,” in pictures and text, and to demonstrated that Indians were “influenced in every important act of their life by spiritual beliefs and religious practices.”   (ID:  987; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $175.00  SOLD

Curtis, Natalie, Recorder, Editor.  The Indians' Book:  Authentic Native American Legends, Lore & Music. Avenel, NJ:  Portland House, 1996. Originally published 1996.   Fine soft cover.   (Item ID:  5162; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

Dam, Cornelia H.  Indian Children of the Eastern Woodlands.  Chicago:  Orthovis Publishing Company, 1938. Wrappers.  Very good to near fine.  Blue tissue pasted to front pastedown.  Has 3-D "Orthod-Scopeers" in pocket. (Item ID:  5143; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $90.00 

Drake, Samuel Adams.  The Border Wars of New England.  New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1897.  Hard cover.  Very light edge wear bottom front, otherwise fine.  No dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  9027; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $150.00

Driver, Harold E., and James L. Coffin.  Classification and Development of North American Indian Cultures:  a Statistical Analysis of the Driver-Massey Sample.  Transactions of the American Philosophical Society.  New Series, Volume 65, Part 3, 1975. Wrappers, as issued. Name on lightly faded cover.  Light edge and tip wear, light soiling to top of title page.  Owner's name on cover.  (Item ID:  5342; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00 

Duff, Louis Blake.  “The Printer of the Jesuits ‘Relations,’ in The Colophon.  New Series.  Volume II.  New Series.  Number 1 (Autumn 1936), 33-41.  Cramoisy first published the forty-one annual reports from Jesuit missionaries in New France (1632-1673).  The article also has what the author says is the first portrait of the publisher ever printed in America.  (ID: 6119; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $18.00.  Very good to near fine with lt. tanning. NOTE:  Listed on Alibris under "Colophon." 

Eastman, Charles A.  (Ohiyesa)Old Indian Days.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 1991.  First Bison Edition.  Reprinted from the original 1907 edition.  Introduction by A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff.  As new soft cover. (ID: 6301) $12.00

Eastman, Charles A.  (Ohiyesa)  The Soul of the Indian.  Boston and New York:  Houghton Mifflin Company/The Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1911.  Hard cover, with rust-colored boards, gilt lettering.  No date on title page.  Minor tip and spine top/bottom wear; foxing to FFEP, engraving, tissue, title and dedication pages, otherwise near fine to fine.  (Item ID:  5459; http://www.rmgergerbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $100.00

Eastman, Charles A.  (Ohiyesa).  The Soul of the Indian:  An Interpretation.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska, 1980. Originally pulished 1911. Very good soft cover.  (Item ID:  5163; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $10.00

Eastman, Charles A.  (Ohiyesa).  Wigwam Evenings.  Sioux Folk Tales Retold.  Boston:  Little, Brown, and Company, 1909.  Very good to near fine cloth volume with some wear to edges, spine, and corners. Owner's name on half title.  No dust wrapper.  Clean, bright. (Item ID:  5139; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $65.00

Eggan, Fred.  The American Indian:  Perspectives for the Study of Social Change.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1966.  Cloth volume, dust wrapper very good.  (Item ID:  5164; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.00 

Eliot, John.  The Indian Grammar Begun:  Or, An Essay to bring the Indian Langue into Rules....  Bedford, MA: Applewood Books, 2001. Facsimile reprint.  As new soft cover.  (Item ID:  5165; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $18.00

Fenton, William N., Editor.  Parker on the Iroquois; Iroquois Uses of Maize and Other Food Plants; The Code of Handsome Lake, the Seneca Prophet; the Constitution of the Five Nations.  Introduction by William N. Fenton. Syracuse:  Syracuse University Press, 1968.  New York state Studies.  Near fine cloth volume with very minor edge wear.  Pictorial dust wrapper, lightly rubed, very small chips, wear corners, edges, and tips.  (Item ID:  5167; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00

Fenton, William N.  The Roll Call of the Iroquois Chiefs.  Ohsweken, Ontario, 1983. Reprint of Smithsonian Publication 3995, 1950. Soft cover. Fain yellowing of cover, very minor shelf wear.  (Item ID:  5080; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00    

Fenton, William N.  The Roll Call of the Iroquois Chiefs.  Ohsweken, Ontario, 1983. Reprint of Smithsonian Publication 3995, 1950.  Soft cover. Very good to near fine, with faint yellowing of cover, very minor shelf wear. (Item ID:  5080; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00 

Fenton, William N., and John Gulick.  Symposium on Cherokee and Iroquois Culture.  Washington, DC:  U.S. Government Printing Office, 1961. Bureau of American Ethnology, Smithsonian Institution, Bulletin 130.  Near fine to fine grey/green wrappers as issued.  (Item ID:  9109; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

Fey, Harold E., and D'Arcy McNickle.  Indians and Other Americans:  Two Ways of Life Meet.  New York: Harper, 1959.  First Edition.  Owner's bookplate, minor shelf wear bottom spine, otherwise very good to near fine.  Dust wrapper has one closed tear, some chipps at edges, especially spine.  (Item ID:  5169; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Fleischer, Jane.  Sitting Bull.  Warrior of the Sioux.  [Mahwah, NJ]:  Troll Associates, 1979.  Illustrated by Bert Dodson.  First printing.  Tiniest bit of wear to edges, tips, and spine, otherwise near fine illustrated soft cover; appears unread.  (ID:   6075; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.00 

Frazier, Ian.  On the Rez. New York:  Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 2000.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  (ID:  6062; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

Garrod, Andrew, and Colleeen Larimore, Editors.  First Person.  First Peoples.  Native American College Graduates Tell Their Life Stories. Foreword by Louise Erdrich.  Ithaca:  Cornell University Press, 1997.  Soft cover with minor shelf wear.  Clean, tight, unmarked text.  Near fine. (Item ID:  5131; http: www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $15.00

Geronimo.  Geronimo:  His Own Story.  Edited by S. M. Barrett.  Newly Edited by Fredrick W. Turner III.   New York: Dutton, 1970.  Cloth volume with wrinkle, crimped lower left front cover, otherwise near fine. Dust wrapper has minor wrinkling, no chips or tears.  Near fine.  (Item ID: 5081; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $40.00 

Gill, Sam D., and Irene F. Sullivan.  Dictionary of Native American Mythology.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press. Soft cover, new, in shrink wrap. (Item ID:  5398; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

Graham, Isabella H.  Lion Gardiner.  A Tale of the Pequot War.  Privately printed, 1918.  Very good to near fine cloth volume with minor edge wear, clean, unmarked text.  Owner's bookplate (van Rensselaer). (Item ID:  5134; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00  

*Green, Rayna.  [1941-    ; Cherokee] Women in American Indian Society.  New York:  Chelsea House, 1992.  Soft cover. Inscribed and signed.  Some wear to corners, owner's signature/place/date, otherwise good to very good.  (Item ID:  5049*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00 

Gridley, Marion E.  Indians of Yesterday.  Illustrated by Lone Wolf.  Chicago and New York:  M. A. Donohue & Company, 1940.  Sponsored by the Indian Council Fire.  Near fine to fine hard cover with minor tip wear.  Dust wrapper has chips and closed tears, some facing, but otherwise very good to near fine copy.  (Item ID:  5489; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Grumet, Robert Steven.  Native Americans of the Northwest Coast.  A Critical Bibliography.  The Newberry Library Center for the History of the American Indian Bibliographical Series.  Francis Jennings, General Editor.  Bloomington:  Indian University Press for the Newberry Library, 1979.  Fine soft cover.  (Item ID: 5485; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

Grumet, Robert S.  The Lenapes.  New York:  Chelsea House, 1989.  Sixth printing.  Soft cover with crimping first few page corners; corners rubbed.  (Item ID:  5110; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $10.00 

Hardy, Kerry.  Notes on a Lost Flute.  A Field Guide to the Wabanaki.  Down East, 2009.  New cloth volume.  (Item ID:  5088; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Heape, Steven R.  American Indian Directory.  Richardson, TX:  Various Indian Peoples Publishing Co., 1999. (Item ID:  5075; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00   

*Heat-Moon, William Least. [William Lewis Trogdon. 1939-    ; Osage]  Blue Highways:  A Journey Into America.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1982. Second paperback edition. Inscribed and signed.  Wrinkle to back cover, owner's signature, but otherwise very good.  (Item ID:  5046*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  

*Heat-Moon, William Least.  River Horse.  New York:  Penguin Books, 2001.  Fine soft cover.  Signed by Heat-Moon.  (Item ID:  *5047; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $40.00

Howard, Harold P.  Mystery of Sacajawea.  Indian Girl with Lewis and Clark.  America's Favorite Heroine. Self-published. 1973.  Second printing.  Originally published 1968.  Some marker first two chapters, otherwise very good.  (Item ID: 5177; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

Hum-Ishu-Ma (Mourning Dove).  Cogewea.  The Half-Blood.  A Depiction of the Great Montana Cattle Range.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 1981.  Fifth Bison Book printing.  Given through Show-pow-tan.  With notes and biographical sketch by Lucullus Virgil McWhorter.  Introduction by Dexter Fisher.  Reproduced by a copy of the 1927 Four Seas edition in the Lucullus V. McWhorter Collection of the Washington State University Libraries. Light wear to tips, tiny bit of curling at top of first few pages, bookstore stamp FFEP, otherwise near fine soft cover.   (ID: 993; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00  

Illustrated Atlas of Native American History.  Edison, NJ:  Chartwell Books, Inc., 1999.  Hard cover with light edge and tip wear, otherwise fine. Dust wrapper has very light edge wear, 2" closed tear rear spine, otherwise fine. Oversize.  (Item ID:  5492; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  

Jaenen, Cornelius J.  Friend and Foe:  Aspects of French-Amerindian Cultural Contact in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1976.  Near fine cloth volume.  Dust wrapper has a few small chips and closed tears; tight, clean, unmarked text very good to near fine. (Item ID:  5126; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

[Jesuits] "The Printer of the Jesuits' Relations," in The Colophon.  See Duff, Louis Blake, above.

The John Carter Brown Library.  The Mirror of the Indian.  An Exhibition of Books and Other Source Materials by Spanish, French, and English Historians and Colonists of North America from the 16th throughout the 18th Century.  With an Address by Edmund S. Morgan, "The American Indian:  Incorrigible Individualist."  Published for distribution to the membership.  One of 250 copies for sale.  Providence:  The Associates of the John Carter Brown Library, 1958.  The John Carter Brown Library card laid in.  (Item ID: 5343; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Josephy, Alvin M., Jr.  Chief Joseph's People and Their War.  Washington, DC:  National Park Service, US Department of Interior, 1964.  The Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History & Education, Inc. Soft cover.  Small sticker on back, otherwise as new.  (Item ID:  5087; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $5.00

*Josephy, Alvin M., Jr.  Red Power:  The American Indians' Fight for Freedom.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press.  Signed.  Very good to near fine soft cover.  (Item ID:  5076*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00

Kateri Tekakwitha.  See Weiser, S.J., F.X. below

King, Duane H., and Jefferson Chapman.  Official Guidebook to the Sequoyah Birthplace Museum. Vonore, TN:  Sequoyah Birthplace Museum, 1993.  Wrappers, as issued.  Near fine with light rubbing.  (Item ID:  5487; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

Klein, Barry T.  Reference Encyclopedia of the American Indian.  West Nyack, NY:  Todd Publications, 1990.  5th Edition.  Fine soft cover. (Item ID:  5179; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00 

Kluger, RichardThe Bitter Waters of Medicine Creek.  A Tragic Clash Between White and Native America.  New York:  Alfred A. Kopf, 2011.  Winner of the Pulitzer Prize.  Review copy with postcard and promotional flyer from publisher laid in.  Slight bump to front bottom tip, o/w fine hard cover.  Dust wrapper has slightest bit of edge/tip wear, otherwise near fine to fine.  (ID:  6051; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Kuipers, Barbara J.  American Indian Reference and Resource Books for Children and Young Adults. Libraries Unlimited, 1995.  2nd Edition.  as new soft cover.  (Item ID:  5180; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $20.00 

*Kupperman, Karen Ordahl.  Roanoke:  The Abandoned Colony.  New York:  Barnes & Noble, 1993.  Originally published by Rowman & Allanheld, 1984.  Fine cloth volume in fine dust wrapper.  As new.  Dated and signed.  (Item ID:  5048*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

*Large, R. Geddes.  Drums and Scalpel.  From Native Healers to Physicians on the North Pacific Coast.  Vancouver:  Mitchell Press Limited, 1968.  Near fine to fine hard cover in good plus dust wrapper with tape-repaired tears and chips at spine, front cover, and tips. Gift inscription on FFEP.  Signed by the author on the title page.  (Item ID:  9106; http://www.rmgergerbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00 

Lenski, Lois.  Indian Captive:  The Story of Mary Jemison.  New York:  Frederick a. Stokes company.  Very good cloth volume.  Dust wrapper is very good, with chips top and bottom spine, some edge wear. (Item ID:  5144; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $70.00  

Lenski, Lois.  Little Sioux Girl.  Philadelphia:  J. B. Lippincott, Company, 1958.  Roundabout America Series. Cloth volume with some facing, minor wear to edges, spine top and bottom.  No dust wrapper.  (Item ID: 5145; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $30.00

Lithgow, R. A. DouglasNative American Place Names of Maine, New Hampshire, & Vermont.  Bedford, Massachusetts:  Applewood Books, [2001?]  Originally published 1909.  Fine soft cover with price sticker on rear cover.  ISBN 1557095418  (ID: 6034; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $6.00  

McBride, Bunny

Women of the Dawn.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 1999.  As new soft cover.  Stories of Wabanaki women, all named Mary or Marie by missionaries.  The name was pronounced "Molly" by the Wabanaki. (Item ID:  5183)  $10.00    SOLD  

Women of the Dawn.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 2001.  New cloth volume in dust wrapper. (Item ID: 5078)  $8.00   NOT AVAILABLE

McGloin, John Bernard, S.J.  Eloquent Indian.  The Life of James Bouchard, California Jesuit.  Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1949.  Review copy.  Fine hard cover volume with very good dust jacket, some chips to edges and spine, small closed tears.  (Item ID:  5380; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00 

McNickle, D'Arcy.  Indian Man:  A Life of Oliver La Farge.  Bloomington:  Indiana University Press, 1971. Second Printing.  As new cloth volume.  Dust wrapper is price clipped, with a small black mar on FFEP, otherwise as new.  (Item ID:  5468; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $40.00  

McNickle, D'Arcy.  The Indian Tribes of the United States.  Ethnic and Cultural Survival.  London:  Oxford University Press, 1962.  Issued under the auspices of the Institute of Race Relations, London.  Near fine soft cover with minor edge wear.  (Item ID:  9111; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Mann, Charles C.  1491:  New Revelations of the Americas before Columbus.  New York:  Knopf, 2005.  Fine cloth volume in fine dust wrapper. As New.  (Item ID:  5181)  $20.00  

*Marks, M. L.  Jews Among the Indians.  Tales of Adventure and Conflict in the Old West.  Foreword by Maynard I. Wishner.  chicago:  Benison Books, 1992.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  In Mylar. Signed by the author on the title page. (Item ID:  9105*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $30.00 

Mathews, John Joseph.  Wah'Kon-Tah. The Osage and the White Man's Road.  Norman:  University of Oklahoma Press, 1932.  Wear at edges and top of spine, spine a bit dadfed; interiors tanned but clear and bright.  Owner's signature FFEP.  Dust wrapper has chips, front flap detached, but present; rear flap nearly detached, fair to good.  (Item ID:  5182; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00

Merriam, Lewis (Part I) and George W. Hinman (Part II).  Facing the Future in Indian Missions.  New York: Council of Women for Home Missions and Missionary Education Movement, 1932.  In wrappers.  Front cover is nearly detached and there are tears, some chips (one narrow one, about 3" long).  Text clean, unmarked.  (Item ID:  5079; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00 

Mohawk Nation at Akwesasne.  The Great Law of Peace of The Longhouse People (Iroquois) (League of Six Nations).   Kaianerekowa Hotinonsionne.  Rooseveltown, NY:  White Roots of Peace, 1973.  Third Printing.  Tiniest bit of soiling to edges of red wrappers, but otherwise near fine to fine.  (Item ID:  5612; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00 

Neithammer, Carolyn.  American Indian Food and Lore:  150 Authentic Recipes.  New York:  collier, 1974. Foreword by Ann Woodin.  Illustrations by Jenean Thomson.  As new soft cover.  (Item ID:  5192; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Oberg, Michael Leroy.  Uncas.  First of the Mohicans.  Ithaca:  Cornell University Press, 2003.  Fine cloth volume in fine dust wrapper.  As new.  (Item ID:  5082; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $20.00

Oehler, Gottlieb F., and Dr. D. Z. Smith.  Description of a Journey and Visit to the Pawnee Indians....  New York:  Moravian Church, 1914.  Reprinted from the Moravian Church Miscellany of 1841-1852.  Front cover detached (back cover missing), chips to cover, back 2 pages, bt otherwise good plus to very good.  Age tanned.  (Item 5615; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00 

Oswalt, Wendell H.  This Land Was Theirs.  A Study of Native Americans.  New York:  McGraw-Hill, 2002. Seventh Edition.  Soft cover, near fine.  (Item ID:  5556; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00

Otoe-Missouria Tribe.  The Otoe-Missouria Elders:  Centennial Memoirs (1881-1981).  Red Rock, OK:  Ote-Missouria Tribe, 1981.  Very light wear to tips/edges/spine, but otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  5617; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $65.00 

Prucha, Francis Paul, Editor.  Americanizing the American Indians.  Cambridge:  Harvard University Press, 1973.  Hard cover.  3" light water stain front/back boards, otherwise near fine.  Dust wrapper has light residue from label on front cover, otherwise near fine to fine.  In protective Mylar.  (Item ID:  5572; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00 

Radin, Paul.  The Autobiography of a Winnebago Indian.  Life, Ways, Acculturation, and the Peyote Cult. New York:  Dover, 1963.  As new soft cover, very light tanning to interiors, otherwise fine.  (Item ID:  9040; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  

Ritchie, William A.  The Iroquoian Tribes.  Part II of the Indian History of New York State.  Albany:  The University of the State of New York.  The State Education Department, State Museum and Science Service, 1963..  Educational Leaflet No. 7.  In tan stapled wrappers as issued.  (Item ID:  5559; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Ryan, Marla Felkins, and Schmittroth, Linda, Editors.  Mohawk.  Tribes of Native America. Farmington Hills, MI:  Blackbirch Press, 2002.  As new pictorial hard cover.  No dj as issued.  (ID:  6072; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.00 

Salmeron, Zarate.  Relaciones.  Albuquerque:  Horn & Wallace, 1966.  Translated by Alicia Ronstadt Milich.  Foreword by Donald C. Cutter.  Hard cover.  Two inches of the front and back covers and spine have water stain; light warping/stain to bottom 2 inches, text not affected.  Dust wrapper has similar damage to same areas, not affecting text. In Mylar.  Small sticker for Villagra Book Shop in Sante Fe, date/plate ffep.  (ID:  6148; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $8.00

Santrey, LaurenceJim Thorpe, Young Athlete. See Thorpe, Jim, below. 

Savage, William W., Jr.  Indian Life:  Transforming an American Myth.  Tulsa:  University of Oklahoma, 1977. Fine cloth volume in a very good dust wrapper with some fading.  (Item ID:  5477; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00 

Smith, Donald.  Le Sauvage.  The Native People in Quebec Historical Writing on the Heroic Period (1534-1663) of New France.  Ottawa:  National Museums of Canada, 1974.  Wrappers, as issued.  National Museum of Man Mercury Series.  History Division Paper No. 6.  Crimp at top of first 38 pages, light soiling; owner's name/date/place on title page, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID: 5558; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Spizzirri, Linda, Editor.  Book of Northwest Indians.  An Education Read and Color [book].  Rapid City, South Dakota, Spizzirri Publishing, Inc., 1993.  Assistant Editor Jacueline Sontheimer.  Illustrations and cover art by Peter M. Spizzirri.  Includes Tlingit, Skagit, Kalapuya, Klallam, Quileute, Makah, Bella Coola, Kwakiutl, Nisqualli, Nootka, Haida, Chinook, Tsimshian, Tillamook, and Alsea.  “Chinook” lightly colored in, otherwise near fine to fine stiff paper cover.  Has basic information about each tribe plus a pronunciation guide. (ID:  6074; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00 

Tanaka, ShelleyLost Temple of the Aztecs.  What It Was Like When the Spaniards Invaded Mexico.  Toronto, Ontario:  The Madison Press, Limited, 1998.  Illustrated by Greg Ruhl. As new glossy pictorial soft cover. (ID:  6073; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $8.00  

[Thorpe, Jim]  *Bruchac, JosephJim Thorpe's Bright Path.  New York:  Lee & Low Books, 2003.  Children's book.  In wrappers, as issued.  As new.  Signed by the author.  (Item ID:  5445*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

[Thorpe, Jim]  *Bruchac, Joseph.  Jim Thorpe.  Original All-American.  New York:  Speak (Penguin Group), 2006.  Young adult biography.  Soft cover, as issued.  As new.  Signed by the author.  (Item ID:  5443*) $30.00 SOLD

[Thorpe, Jim]  Santrey, LaurenceJim Thorpe, Young Athlete.  [Mahwah, NJ:] Troll Associates, 1983.  6th Printing.  Illustrated by George Ulrich.  Children’s book.  48 pages.  Very slight tanning of white covers, but otherwise fine soft cover.  As new. (ID:  6071; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $6.00 NEW

*Travers, Milton A.  The Wampanoag Indian Federation of the Algonquin Nation.  Indian Neighbors of the Pilgrims.  New Bedford, Mass.:  Reynolds-DeWalt, 1957.  Drawings by Mary Jane Pollock.  Signed by Travers on the title page.  Good plus with wear to edges and tips of illustrated maroon boards, text in fine condition.  Dust wrapper is good plus, with some tears, chips, and edge wear, but bright, in protective Brodart cover.  (ID:  988;  http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $130.

Treuer, DavidThe Translation of Dr. Apelles.  A Love Story.  St. Paul, Minnesota:  Gray Wolf Press, 2006.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  As new, with black mark through bar code (probably indicating remainder).  Treuer’s mother is Ojibwe, his father is an Austrian Holocaust survivor.  Treuer studied at Princeton with Toni Morison and has a Ph.D. in Anthropology (Michigan).  He writes fiction and literary criticism (see Native American Fiction:  A User’s Manual). $10.00 (ID:  6060; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $20.00 

Underhill, Ruth M.  The Navajos.  Norman:  University of Oklahoma, 1956.  First Edition. The Civilization of the American Indian Series.  Near fine hard cover with very slight tip wear.  Dust wrapper is price clipped with minor tip wear but otherwise bright illustrated cover in near fine condition.  In protective Mylar. (ID: 6122; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00 

Waters, Frank.  Masked Gods.  Navaho and Pueblo Ceremonialism.  Athens, OH:  Swallow Press, 1987. Second Edition.  Reprinted 1984 and 1987.  Minor edge wear, one small closed tear, light soiling.  soft cover.  Very good.  (Ite ID:  5555; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Webber, W. L.  The Thunderbird "Tootooch" Legends.  Fold Tales of the Indian Tribes of the Pacific Northwest Coast Indians.  Seattle:  Ace Printing, 1936.  Ilustrations by Chief Wakius Talking Stick.  Stated First Edition.  Fold-out map of Vancouver, BC, with totemic symbols.  In wrappers, as issued.  Some age fading and tanning, small chips at edges/tips/spine.  God plus to very good.  (Item ID:  5616; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  NEW

Wissler, Clark. Indians of the United States.  New York:  Doubleday, 1956.  Fine cloth volume.  Dust wrapper is very good, with some chips head and spine, back panel.  (Item ID:  5486a; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00 

Turner, Frederick Jackson.  The Character and Influence of the Indian Trade in Wisconsin.  A Study of the Trading Post as an Institution.  Norman:  University of Oklahoma Press, 1977.  Edited and with an Introduction by David Harry Miller and William W. Savage, Jr.  This is Turner's 1893 essay presented before the American Historical Association.  Hard cover:  sticker residue on ffep, otherwise fine.  The dust wrapper has light rubbing, light wear to edges and tips, otherwise near fine.  No tears or chips.  (Item ID: 5573; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Weinstein-Farson, LaurieThe Wampanoag.  New York:  Chelsea House, 1989.  Third Printing. Indians of North America, Frank W. Porter III, General Editor. Soft cover.  Near fine to fine.  (ID:  6028; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $9.00 

Weiser, S.J., F. XKateri Tekakwitha.  Montreal:  The Kateri Center,  1977.  Fourth Edition.  (orig. pub. 1972) Prefatory note by John Cardinal Wright.  Near fine soft cover with wear to top spine end and edges.  Unopened.  (ID: 6421; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00 

Wilbur, C. Keith.  The New England Indians.  An Illustrated Source Book of Authentic Details About Everyday Indian Life.  Old Saybrook, CT:  The Globe Pequot Press, 1978.  13th Printing.  Small, narrow stain at edge of front cover, otherwise near fine soft cover.  (Item ID:  5574; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $10.00

Young Bear, Ray A.  Black Eagle Child:  The Face Paint Narratives.  With a foreword by Albert E. Stone. Iowa City:  University of Iowa Press, 1992.  Iowa Series in North American Autobiography, Albert E. Stone, Series Editor.  As new cloth volume in as new dust wrapper. (Item ID:  5488; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $15.00  


American Indian Music, Art, and Photographs of American Indians

Alison, Jane, editor.  Native Nations.  Journeys in American Photography.  London:  Barbican Art Gallery, 1998.  As new volume in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  5387; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

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 )  $25.00 NEW

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.  (Item ID:  5382; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $85.00

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  NEW

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.  (Item 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.  (Item ID:  5150;http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  

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.  (Item 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.  (Item ID:  5751) $35.00  

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)  $25.00 

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.  (Item ID:  5364; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $68.00

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)  $25.00  

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)  $175.00

Brousseau, Raymond.  Inuit Art at the Museum.  Québec:  Musee d'art Inuit, Brousseau.  Fine soft cover, as new.  (Item 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.  (Item 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.  (Item ID:  5397; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00

[Chee Chee, Benjamin]  McLuhan, Elizabeth.  Benjamin Chee Chee.Paintings and Prints in the Collection of the Thunder Bay National Exhibition Centre and Centre for Indian Art.  Thunder Bay, [Ontario]: Thunder Bay National Exhibition Centre and Centre for Indian Art, 1984.  Exhibit December 2, 1983-January 29, 1984. Photography by R. Spooner.  Silver stapled wrappers with some edge wear, wrinkling to covers and pages, very light tanning to page edges, otherwise very good.  (ID:  6048; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  NEW

Chiltoskey, Mary UlmerCherokee Words With Pictures.  Privately printed.  Ashville, NC:  Gilbert Printing Co., 1972.  Fine in stapled wraps as issued.  (Item ID:  5133; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com) $25.00

Christie’s.  Christie’s East.  American Indian Art.  New York, Wednesday 20 May 1998.  Dr. Kirk L. Peterson Collection, sold to benefit the American Indian College Fund.  Pottery, basketry, textiles, clothing, ledger drawings, dolls, household goods, accessories, weapons, artwork by Allan Houser,  and Jean Bales. (ID: 6190; http:/www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $12.00  NEW

Cirillo, Dexter.  Southwestern Indian Jewelry.  Crafting New Traditions.  NY:  Rizzoli, 2008.  Photography by Addison Doty.  (ISBN:  9780847831104)  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  Still in publisher’s shrink wrap. (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  NEW

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.  (Item ID:  5368; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $35.00

Curtis, Edward S.  Indian Days of the Long Ago.  See Biography/Autobiography, History and Culture, above.

*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  NEW

*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.  (Item 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.  (Item 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.  (Item ID:  5089; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00 

Densmore, Frances. Technique in the Music of the American Indian.  Smithsonian Institution.  Bureau of American Ethnology.  Anthropological Papers, No. 36.  Washington, DC:  United States Government Printing Office,  5-page offprint in stapled grey/green wrappers with light sunning to edges, but o/w near fine.  (ID:  6052; http://www.rmgerbebooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00  NEW

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.  (Item ID:  5120; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $9.00  

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.  (Item ID:  5392; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

Doll, Don., S.J.,and Alinder, Jim, Editors.  Crying for A Vision.  A Rosebud Sioux Trilogy.  1886-1976.  Dobbs Ferry, NY:  Morgan & Morgan, 1976.  Photographs by John A. Anderson, Eugene Buechel, S.J., and Don Doll, S.J.  Foreword by Ben Black Bear, Jr. (text is bilingual, Lakato/English on facing pages).  Introduction by Herman Viola.  Soft cover, as issued.  Light tanning, (interiors otherwise clean and neat), foxing to top edge, some wrinkling/wear to cover edges and tips, but otherwise good plus to very good. (ID: 6191) Also available from us on Amazon.  $8.00  NEW

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)  $20.00 

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)  $175.00

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) $20.00 NEW

[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)  $30.00 NEW  

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.  (Item ID: 5463; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $20.00

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)  $22.00

Feest, Christian F.  Studies in American Indian Art.  See Feder, Norman, above.

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.  (Item ID:  5373; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $60.00

Gleason, KatherineNative American Art Patterns to Color.  New York:  Scholastic Inc., 1996.  Wrappers, as issued.  As new condition.  (Item ID:  5370; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

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.  (Item ID:  5366; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00

Haberland, WolfgangThe 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)  $25.00 

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.  (Item ID:  5383; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00

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) $25.00 

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  NEW 

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.  (Item ID:  5512*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $65.00

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.  (Item 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.  (Item ID: 5175; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $30.00  

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.  (Item 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.  (Item 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.  (Item ID:  5389; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $19.00

Katakis, Michael, Editor.  Excavating Voices.  Listening to Photographs of Native Americans Philadelphia:  University of Pennsylvania Museum, 1998.  Edited, with an introduction by Katakis. Also includes essay, “Fugitive Poses,” by Gerald Vizenor.  Tiniest bit of edge/tip wear, otherwise as new, fine.  Stiff paper covers.  (ID:  6058; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00   NEW

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. (Item ID:  5491; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $75.00

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.  (Item ID:  5560; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

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

Minneapolis Institute of Arts/Minneapolis Regional Native American Center.  I Wear the Morning Star.  An Exhibition of American Indian Ghost Dance Objects.  Minneapolis Institute of Arts/Minneapolis Regional Native American Center, 1976.  Exhibit catalogue.  July 29-September 26, 1976.   Harold Peterson, Editor.  Gary Sherman, Photographer.  94 pages.  Soft cover. Light edge/tip wear.  (ID:  6049; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $65.00  NEW

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 inor shelf wear, otherwise as new.  (Item ID:  5121; 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)  $185.00

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 NEW

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.  (Item ID:  5377; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $65.00

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.  (Item 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)  $80.00

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 Regional Native American Center, July 29-September 26, 1976.  Photographs by Gary Sherman.  Soft Cover.  Light age rubbing, with minor edge and tip wear, otherwise very good plus to near fine.  (Item ID:  6034; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $55.00  NEW

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.  (Item 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 NEW

[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 NEW

[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  NEW

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.  (Item ID; 5474; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $55.00

Russell, Charles M., see Remington, Frederic, above.

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

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.  (Item 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.  (Item ID: 5363; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)   $25.00

[Singletary, Preston] Post, Melissa GPreston Singletary.  Echoes, Fire, and Shodows.  Tacoma:  Museum of Glass and Seattle:  University of Washington Press, 2009.  With Essays by Steven Clay Brown and Walter C. Porter.  Includes DVD of Singletary working in his studio.  Near fine hard cover with slight wear to bottom edge.  Dust wrapper is near fine to fine with very light wear to front cover tips. (ID:  6043; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $28.00  NEW

Sloan, Kim.  A New World:  England's First View of America.  Chapel Hill:  University of North Carolina Press, 2007.  As new soft cover.  (Item ID:  5480; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00

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.  (Item ID:  5482; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $25.00  

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.  (Item ID:  5371; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $50.00

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

Tiger, Jerome.  Tiger.  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 NEW

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.  (Item 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

Vincent, Gilbert T.  Masterpieces of American Indian Art from the Eugene and Clare Thaw Collection.  New York:  Harry N. Abrams, Inc./New York State Historical Association, 1995.  96 pages.  Photographs (100) by John Bigelow Taylor.  NN color photographs.  Text by Vincent. A variety of Woodlands, Plains, Southwest, California, Northwest, and Alaska art represented (clothing, pottery, textiles, dolls, pipes, weapons, masks, jewelry, etc.  Includes Select Bibliography.  Light rubbing to illustrated covers, slight wear to tips, otherwise very good plus to near fine. (ID: 6192) Also available from us on Amazon.  $15.00 NEW

Viola, Herman JAfter 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.  (Item ID:  5365*; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $55.00

Viola, Herman J

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.  (Item 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.  (Item 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.  (Item 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. (Item ID:  5484; http://www.rmgerberbooks.alibrisstore.com)  $45.00  

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.  (Item 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  NEW

 

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