1979. 34 pages. This issue deals with Columbia River, Yakima, and Klickitat baskets. The only publication of its kind, this most needed magazine has already made a significant contribution to the body of knowledge available on American Indian basketry, particularly Northwest Coast and Eskimo. The quality of the articles is.....
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1980. 34 pages. This issue deals with the twined basketry of Western Washington and Vancouver Island. (part 1).
1981. 34 pages. This issue is part 2 of the above topic.
No. 8, 1962, THE EMERGENCE OF A PLATEAU CULTURE; No. 13, 1964, BIRCH CREEK PAPERS NO. 1. AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL RECONNAISSANCE IN THE BIRCH CREEK VALLEY OF EASTERN IDAHO; No. 14, 1964, Birch Creek Papers No. 2. NATURAL AND CULTURAL STRATIGRAPHY IN THE BIRCH CREEK VALLEY OF EASTERN IDAHO; No. 16.....
24 pages. Published from 1965-1968, this series of booklets was written by the BIA to provide a quick overview of the history, current status, customs, and artifacts of major tribal groups or areas. Each volume typically contains 12-15 photographs and 1-2 maps.
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.
Idaho State Historic Preservation Office, 1978. vii,97 pages, 37 figures.
Occasional Papers of the Idaho State College Museum, (Later changed to Idaho State University Museum) No. 29, 1972. 42 pages of text plus 24 pages of figures and text.
Salt Lake City: 1988. xvii, 506 pages. Cloth cover. The enchanting memoirs of an archaelogoist (who, also, was Margaret Mead's first husband) who knows how to weave a wondrous story.
Bend: 1998. xv, 136 pages of text containing 80 photographs, 12 drawings, and 2 maps; plus 28 pages of color photographs. High Desert Museum. The arts of the peoples of the Columbia River Plateau--the region where Washington, Oregon, and Idaho share boundaries--from the 1870s to the 1960s were assembled by.....
(no city): 1984. iii, 209 pages, approximately 70 photographs. Cloth cover. Edition limited to 700 numbered and signed copies. Signed photograph of the author laid in. Deals with the people (mostly white) who discovered and developed the region of Southern Oregon and Northern California.
Pittsburg: 1994. 63 pages, 43 pages of color photographs, 10 b/w photographs. Inscribed by author. Plateau bags, often called cornhusk or Nez Perce bags, are among the loveliest of Native American artifacts, and yet are among the least documented. This catalogue of an exhibition at Johnson County Community College presents.....
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, Anthropological Papers, Vol. XX, Part III: 1924. Pp. 185-314, 35 photographs of artifacts.
Fairfield: Ye Galleon Press, 1967. 26 and 21 and 2 (unpaginated) pages. Reprint of both 1886 publications. Edition of 510 copies; this is copy number 39. Fine condition.
Occasional Papers of the Idaho State College Museum, (Later changed to Idaho State University Museum No. 25, 1969. iii, 95 pages of text plus 23 pages of figures and 23 pages of text.
Occasional Papers of the Idaho State College Museum, (Later changed to Idaho State University Museum) No. 27, 1971. 61 pages of text, plus 13 pages of figures and 13 pages of text, 20 pages of tables, 11 pages of figures and 11 pages of text.
Washington State University Laboratory of Anthropology Report of Investigations. No. 45, 1968. x, 53 pages, 12 pages of photographs, 2 maps, 1 plan.
Seattle: 1994. xvi, 232 pages, 56 color and 120 b/w photographs, 14 drawings, 1 map. Soft cover. Among the most beautiful and prized examples of Native American basketry are those produced by Indian groups living in the Columbia River region. Surprisingly, there has been considerably little written--relatively speaking--of this rich.....
Seattle: 1994. xvi, 232 pages, 56 color and 120 b/w photographs, 14 drawings, 1 map. Cloth cover ed. Among the most beautiful and prized examples of Native American basketry are those produced by Indian groups living in the Columbia River region. Surprisingly, there has been considerably little written--relatively speaking--of this.....
Reports of Investigations, No. 51. Laboratory of Anthropology, Washington State University: December, 1973. vi, 77 pages, 10 pages of figures.
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH, Anthropological Papers, No. 57 and No. l58, 1962. 1962. vi, 71 pages, 13 pages of photographs, 1 map (a). v, 43 pages, 4 pages of photographs, 2 drawings, 1 map in text and 1 fold-out map (b).
Boise State University Archaeological Reports, No. 10: 1982. vi, 103 pages, 11 figures.
Portland: 1959, 1982 (2nd ed., 3rd printing). 254 pages, 104 photographs and 1 drawing of approximately 400 artifacts, 2 maps. Soft cover.
Portland: 1959, 254 pages, 1 drawing and 104 photographs of approximately 400 artifacts, 2 maps. Cloth cover. Signed by author on title page.
Occasional Papers of the Idaho State College Museum, (later changed to Idaho State University Museum) No. 13, 1964. ii, 20 pages of text plus 6 pages of figures.