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.
217 pages (18 papers and articles), 150 photographs.
322 pages (9 papers on the museum’s collecting expeditions in 1930), 283 illustrations—all but about 10 are photographs; the others are drawings and maps.
MILWAUKEE PUBLIC MUSEUM, BULLETIN. Vol. 10, , No. 5, 1932. Pp. 401-552 containing 30 figures, plus 24 leaves (with tissue guards) of photographs.
MILWAUKEE PUBLIC MUSEUM, BULLETIN. Vol. III, No. 1, 1919. 138 pages of text (some uncut) containing 19 figures, plus 19 leaves (with tissue guards) of photographs.
Fieldiana: Anthropology, Vol. 36, No. 12: 1963. 31 pages, 9 illustrations.
Detroit Institute of the Arts, 1985. 240 pages, 52 color and 132 b/w photographs, 3 maps. The prehistoric art and artifacts of Indians who lived in the area stretching from the Atlantic to the edge of the Plains and from the Great Lakes to the gulf of Mexico were exhibited...
Flint institute of Arts, 1973. xxxviii, 114 pages, 163 b/w and 21 color photographs, 42 drawings, 4 maps. This excellent, comprehensive, long out of print catalogue of a 1973 exhibition at the Flint Institute of Arts contains very good photographs and historical and cultural essays by leading Great Lakes Indian...
xii, 317pages, 82 figures.
AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, Anthropological Papers, Vol. X, Parts I and II: 1912. 170 pages. Part I: Chipewyan Texts, pp. 1-65. Part II: Analysis of Cold Lake Dialect, Chipewyan. Pp. 66-170.
1937. xiii, 172 pages of text containing 9 figures and 10 maps, plus 33 pages of photographs. Signed by author.
Norman: 1983. xiv, 258 pages, 17 photographs, 3 figures, 2 maps. Cloth cover.