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1 (Custeriana). Graham, W.A., Colonel THE CUSTER MYTH: A Source Book of Custeriana, To Which is Added Important Items of Custeriana and a Complete and Comprehensive Bibliography, by Fred Dustin
New York: Bonanza Books, (1953). Early reprint edition. Hardcover. A near fine copy in dust jacket. 
Quarto. This is a documented source book for Custeriana. 413 pages, Dustin bibliography, index, illustrated throughout, maps, endpaper painting. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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2 (Custeriana). Hutton, Paul Andrew, editor THE CUSTER READER
Lincoln & London: University of Nebraska Press, (1992). 080322351X / 9780803223516 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. Octavo. 585 pages, photographic essay, bibliographic essay, sources, index. 
This anthology brings together writings by contemporaries of the flamboyant general together with recent scholarly accounts of his career in the Civil War and in campaigns against the Plains Indians. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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3 (Custeriana). Stewart, Edgar I. CUSTER'S LUCK
Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, (1967). Fifth printing. Hardcover. Attractive, older bookplate, otherwise a near fine copy in colorful price-clipped dust jacket that is lightly rubbed. 
Octavo. Much acclaimed and definitive history of the Battle of Little Big Horn. 522 pages, bibliography, two fold-out maps, illustrated. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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New York: Simon & Schuster, (1996). First edition. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 
Octavo. 462 pages, notes, bibliography, index, maps and illustrations. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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THE LIVING TRADITION OF MARIA MARTINEZ, (Martinez, Maria). Peterson, Susan
5 (Martinez, Maria). Peterson, Susan THE LIVING TRADITION OF MARIA MARTINEZ
Tokyo, Japan: Kodansha International Ltd., (1977). 0870113194 / 9780870113192 First edition, special Southwest Museum issue, one of 500 numbered copies SIGNED by the author. This is #470. Large quarto. Hardcover. One corner tip very lightly bumped, else a fine copy in clay-colored cloth in color photo-illustrated dust jacket. Genealogy, bibliography, comments on the plates, index. 
Lavishly illustrated oversized tribute to the Native American potter of the San Ildefonso pueblo and the ancient tradition she represents. With 337 plates printed on coated stock, many full-page, full-color, including vibrant two-page spread title page. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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Los Angeles: Southwest Museum, 1963. Reprint. Hardcover. Spotting and light staining to the covers, otherwise a near fine copy in decorated boards. 
Small octavo. 93 pages, fold-out maps, figures. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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(San Francisco): (The Colt Press), (1944). First edition thus: one of five hundred copies issued. Colt California Classic #2. Hardcover. Very nearly fine, in sand-colored cloth over decorated boards; with paper spine label that shows a hint of rubbing. Accompanied by three of Browne's superb drawings. Twelvemo. 
Drawn from Browne's CRUSOE'S ISLAND: WITH SKETCHES OF ADVENTURE IN CALIFORNIA AND WASHOE. Browne was appointed Inspector of Indian Affairs on the Pacific Coast in 1855, and authored a number of lively and important chronicles of early California. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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8 Colton, Harold S. HOPI KACHINA DOLLS: With a Key to their Indentification
Albuquerque: The University of New Mexico Press, (1964). Revised edition, reprinted. Hardcover. Owner signature on front fly, otherwise a very good plus copy in a price-clipped dust jacket with a small label mark on the front panel, moderate edgewear at top and faint coffee ring stain at rear. 
Tall octavo. A survey of the designs, traditions and indentifications of 266 Hopi kachinas. 150 pages, bibliography, indexes, 8 color photographs, 33 halftones and 330 drawings. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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9 Cozzens, Samuel Woodworth THE MARVELLOUS COUNTRY; Three Years in Arizona and New Mexico, The Apache's Home
Boston: Shepard and Gill, 1873. First edition. With upwards of 100 b&w engravings reproduced as plates and in-text, including a tissue-guarded frontispiece. Howes C 838. Hardcover. Re-bound in a serviceable black pebbled cloth binding with gilt lettering and rules to the spine; the interior is nearly fine, unusually bright and clean, betraying only a few scattered smudges of pale stain. 
"A Description of this Wonderful Country, its Immense Mineral Wealth, its Magnificent Mountain Scenery, the Ruins of Ancient Towns and Cities Found Therein, with a Complete History of the Apache Tribe, and a Description of the Author's guide, Cochise." 
Price: 75.00 USD
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10 Hausman, Gerald TURTLE ISLAND ALPHABET: A Lexicon of Native American Symbols and Culture
New York: St. Martin's Press, (1992). First edition. Hardcover. Theodore Roethke quote on rear fly leaf in ink, a few pages damp riffled but not stained, otherwise near fine in dust jacket. 
Small quarto. 204 pages, bibliography, index. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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New York: Random House, (1966). First edition. Hardcover. A dot or two of fading to the salmon top-edge coloring, else a near fine copy in cloth-backed boards; in illustrated dust jacket that is edgeworn and lightly nicked, with a couple of short closed edge tears to front panel. Jacket art by John Pimlott. 
Fictional re-telling of the forty-year struggle for Cheyenne survival; by the prolific Spur Award-winning author and screenwriter. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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12 Hodge, William A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF CONTEMPORARY NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS: Selected and Partially Annotated with Study Guide
New York: Interland Publishing, Inc., 1976. First edition. Hardcover. A fine copy in brown cloth; no dust jacket. 
This bibliography's emphasis is on modern American Indian societies, especially urban dwellers. 310 pages, indexes. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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13 Jocelyn, Stephen Perry MOSTLY ALKALI: A Biography
Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1953. First edition. Hardcover. Fine in blue cloth with gilt to front cover and spine; in a fine dust jacket. 436 pages, map endpapers, frontispiece b&w photograph of Jocelyn, 217 illustrations, index. 
A biography of General Jocelyn--who for 44 years served in the U.S. Army, with over 30 years spent at forts on the Western frontier--written by Jocelyn's son, who was a soldier in World War I, and based the book upon his father's journals and letters. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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14 John, Elizabeth A.H. STORMS BREWED IN OTHER MEN'S WORLDS: The Confrontation of Indians, Spanish, and French in the Southwest, 1540-1795
College Station, Texas: Texas A & M University Press, (1975). First edition. Hardcover. Attractive bookplate on front pastedown, with a hint of bumping to the lower spine end, otherwise a near fine copy in dust jacket. 
Thick octavo. 805 pages, bibliography, index, plates, maps. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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15 Marshall, S.L.A., Brigadier General, USAR (Ret.) CRIMSONED PRAIRIE: The Wars Between the United States and the Plains Indians During the Winning of the West
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, (1972). First edition. Hardcover. Near fine in a price-clipped dust jacket. 
Octavo. This acclaimed military historian's definitive history of the Indian Wars. 256 pages, index, illustrations, maps. , Sketches by the author, maps by Mark Lennox. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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16 Smith, Martin [Cruz] THE INDIANS WON
New York City, Belmont Books, (1970). First edition: Paperback Original. #B95-2045. Mass market paperback. A quite serviceable good only copy: owner inscription and bookstore stamp to inside front cover, pages tanned, covers creased and soiled, page edges soiled; in illustrated wraps. 
An alternate history sf tale of an American nation split into two, and first book for the author who, as Martin Cruz Smith, hit the bestseller lists with NIGHTWING in 1977 and GORKY PARK in 1981. Smith is half Pueblo Indian. A scarce PBO. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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17 St. Pierre, Mark MADONNA SWAIN: A Lakota Woman's Story
Norman and London: University of Oklahoma Press, (1991). First edition. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 
Octavo. 209 pages, notes, index, illustrated with photographs. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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18 Terrell, John Upton TRADERS OF THE WESTERN MORNING: Aboriginal Commerce in Precolumbian North America
Los Angeles, California: Southwest Museum, 1967. 091656123 First edition. Hardcover. Fine in plum-colored linen with gilt titles to the front cover and spine; no dust jacket issued. 129 pages; maps; appendix identifying 250 utensils, articles, and commodities used in trade; and a bibliography. 
Terrell has dedicatedly culled details from the past to present a lucid study of an interesting phase of aboriginal American life. Channels of primitive trade established thousands of years ago were utilized by native Americans for centuries. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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19 Thayer, Marjorie & Emanuel, Elizabeth CLIMBING SUN: The Story of a Hopi Indian Boy
New York: Dodd Mead & Company, (1980). First edition. SIGNED by the authors to the endpaper, with a SIGNED inscription by Hubert Honanie, a Hopi Indian, on whose life the book is based. Hardcover. A slight lean to spine, else fine in mustard cloth with a woodcut of the Hopi village stamped in black to the front cover; in an illustrated dust jacket with a mild darkening of spine, faint creasing to front panel. 
Woodcuts in b&w by Anne Siberell. Set in the fall of 1928, this is a fictionalized account of an 11-year-old Indian boy who leaves his Hopi village on the mesa and travels by train to the Sherman Indian Institute where he will learn the white man's ways. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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20 Ullom, Judith C., compiler FOLKLORE OF THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS: An Annotated Bibliography
Washington: Library of Congress, 1969. First edition. Hardcover. Some soiling to the covers, otherwise a very good plus copy in decorated silk boards, without dust jacket. 
Octavo. 126 pages, index, illustrated. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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