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 of the Zuni Child"
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Bulletin No. 3, Florida Department of State, 1973. 90 pages, 23 pages of photographs and drawings of artifacts excavated at 3 sites, 1 map.
1976. 14 pages, 52 photographs of mound builder art, 415 objects listed and priced.
1977. 13 pages, 49 photographs of mound builder art, 444 objects listed and priced.
1978. 13 pages, 59 photographs of mound builder art, 477 objects listed and priced.
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...
20 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.
A run of 25 physical volumes from Vol. I, No. 1 (1929) through Vol. VIII, No. 1 (1952) that consists of: Vol. I, Nos. 1-6; Vol. III, Nos. 1, 3-6; Vol. IV, No. 2, Vol. V, Nos. 2-7; Vol. VI (The Adena People), Vol. VII, Nos. 1-3, 5-6; Vol. VIII, No. 1.
vi, 463 pages, approximately 225 photographs, drawings, and maps. Green cloth cover, gilt University of Kentucky seal on cover.
1946. Pp. 115-365, 57 pages of photographs.
1974, 1975, and 1987 Field Seasons. Tennessee Division of Archaeology, 1978. vii, 108 pages, 36 figures. Edition limited to 500 copies.
Tennessee Arcaeological Society Misc. Paper, No. 11, 1973. v, 51 pages, 2 plates, 7 figures.
Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Assn, Vol. XI, No. 4, 1908. Reprinted. Pp. 249-276. Later cloth cover over original wrappers, marbled endpapers.
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.
Salamanca: n.d. (ca. 1965). 133 pages.
Vandervilt University Publications in Anthropology, 1972: 1983 (reprint). iv, 27 pages, 24 photographs, 1map.