Flint: 1975. 152 pages. 181 b/w and 28 color photographs. This catalogue is from a fascinating exhibit that traveled to five museums. Assembled from over ninety museum and private collections, the two hundred objects illustrated all have an American flag as part of their design motifs, and include virtually every.....
North American Indian Art
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Published by the International Society of Archaeologists. Pp. 58-89 (12 brief papers dealing with American Indian archaeology and artifacts), containing 6 pages of photographs and drawings, plus 8 pages of fascinating advertisements offering to buy and sell a wide variety of Indian artifacts.
98 pages (8 papers), approximately 35 figures.
140 pages (7 papers), approximately 60 figures.
94, 14 pages (9 papers), approximately 45 figures.
Lowe Museum, 1975. 24 pages, 11 full-page photographs--mostly from the Barton collection.
Indianapolis Museum of Art: 1981. 24 pages, 7 color and 15 b/w photographs.
New York: Sotheby's, May 20, 2009. 141 pages, 226 lots auctioned. All lots illustrated. Total sales: $2,682,000. Price list included. Fine condition.
1982, 1984. 32 pages, 27 b/w and 8 color photographs.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, Office of Indian Affairs, Bulletin 1926, No. 23, 1927. 27 pages.
Leiden: Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde, 1967. 28 pages, 8 photographs, 13 drawings.
1961. 60 pages, 18 pages of plates.
Washington, D.C: 1883. xxxvii, 477 pages, 77 plates, 402 figures, 2 maps. Very good + condition. includes: Zuni Fetiche; Myths of the Iroquois, Animal Carvings from Mounds of the Mississippi Valley, Navajo Silversmiths, Art in Shell of the Ancient Americans; and Illustrated Catalogue of the Collections Obtained from the Indians.....
Washington, D.C: 1884. lxxiv, 606 pages, 44 plates, 200 (plus 2 unnumbered) figures. Fine condition. includes: On Masks, Labrets, and Certain Aboriginal Customs, with an Inquiry into the Bearing of their Geographical Distribution, Omaha Sociology; Navajo Weaver; and Prehistoric Textile Fabrics of the United States, Derived from Impressions on Pottery.....
Washingtin, D.C: 1887. 617 pages, 23 plates lacking two pocket maps in rear pocket, 77 figures. Very good + condition. includes: Burial Mounds of the Northern Sections of the United States," The Mountain Chant: A Navajo Ceremony", "The Cherokee Nation of Indians...", The Seminole Indians of Florida", The Religious Life.....
Washington, D.C: 1896. 521 pages, 60 plates, 330 figures. Very good + condition. includes: "Prehistoric Textile Art of Eastern United States"; "Stone Art; Aboriginal Remains in Verde Valley, Arizona"; "Omaha Dwellings, Furniture, and Implements; Casa Grande Ruin, and Outline of Zuni Creation Myths"
Washington, D.C: 1896. Part I --ixi,637 pages, 94 plates, 55 figures. includes: "The Menomini Indians", "The Coronado Expedition, 1540-1542"
Washington, D.C: 1896. Part II--499 pages, 28 plates, 48 figures. Very good condition. includes: The Ghost-dance Religion and the Sioux Outbreak of 1890.
Washington, D.C. 1903. xl, 360 pages, 69 plates. Very Good condition. includes: Hopi Katcinas: Drawn by Native Artists and Iroquoian Cosmology.
Washington, D.C: 1904. xlv, 634 pages, 139 plates, 34 figures. Good + condition. Considered by most scholars to be the most important work published on Zuni ceremonies and ritual.Includes, The Zuni Indians: Their Mythology, Esoteric Fraternities, and Ceremonies.