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.....
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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: 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.
Hodge, F.W. (ed.) Pt. 1, ix, 972 pages, many figures, 1 map. 1907.