Leiden: Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde, 1967. 28 pages, 8 photographs, 13 drawings.
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.
Phoenix: 1971 thru 1976. THE CHOCTAW PEOPLE; THE CREEK PEOPLE; THE FLORIDA SEMINOLE PEOPLE; THE KAW PEOPLE; THE MESCALERO APACHE EOPLE; THE OTOE-MISSOURIA PEOPLE; THE PAIUTE PEOPLE; THE PONCA PEOPLE; THE POTAWATOMI PEOPLE (CITIZEN BAND) PEOPLE; THE SIOUX PEOPLE; THE WICHITA PEOPLE. Each volume in this series is signed by...
Over Museum, Archaeological Studies Circular, No. 10, 1962. vi, 97 pages, 32 pages of figures.
Ames: 1975, 1978 (2nd printing). 85 pages, 106 drawings--almost entirely of artifacts, 7 maps. Cloth cover. Inscribed by the author, with a photograph laid in.
Ft. Worth: 1981. 202 pages 129 b/w illustrations plus 14 full-page color illustrations, 3 maps, cloth cover.
San Francisco: 1992. 120 pages, 69 pages of color photographs and 14 full-page photographs of dresses, moccasins, leggings, and a wealth of other objects, clothing, and ceremonial articles created by Native American women.
National Museum of Man, Paper No. 14, Ottawa: 1973. (3 volumes). Vol. I: IX, 231 pages. Vol. II: VI, pp. 232-605. Vol. II: IX, pp. 606-729, 27 pages of photographs, 42 figures.
River Basin Surveys, Smithsonian Institution: 1966. iii, 145 pages, 20 pages of photographs, 14 figures--many are plans of this South Dakota site.
Boston: 1996. 96 pages, 49 sepia photographs from "The North American Indian". Decorated hard board cover, with dust jacket.
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1975. 12 pages, 5 b/w and 3 color photographs--all full-page.
Field Museum Anthropological Series, Vol. IX, No. 1, Part I 1905. vii, 56 pages of text (some uncut) containing 6 figures, plus 17 full-page plates--mostly color drawings of the ceremony. As part of Dorsey's studies of Plains Indian ceremonies and social structures, the field work and research for this volume...
Field Museum Publication 102, Anthropological Series, Vol. VII, No. 2, 1905. 26 pages of text, plus 35 full-page photographs and color drawings. More than ninety years have elapsed since Dorsey wrote this treatise on the Sun Dance of the Ponca. The five days of the ceremony are fully described, and...