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1.   Bahti, Tom
Southwestern Indian Arts & Crafts. Southwestern Indian Ceremonials (2 booklets)
 
Publisher: KC Publications, Flagstaff, Ariz., 1970 & 1971
Two pamphlets, both with photography by K. Camille Den Dooven. SW Indian Arts & Crafts, Fifth Printing, 1970, 32 p., illus. incl. color; 30.5 cm.; articles include Silverwork; Pawn; Zuni Fetishes; Painting; Navajo Weaving; How To Buy Indian Crafts; Care of Indian Crafts; The Individual in Indian Art; Hopi Kachina Dolls; Turquoise; Baskets; Pottery; Bead Making. SW Indian Ceremonials, Second printing, 1971, 64 p., illus. incl. color; 30.5 cm.; articles include Native Religions & Foreign Influences; Navajo; Rio Grande Pueblos; Zuni; Hopi Pueblos; Apache; Papago; Yaqui; Peyote; includes list of suggested readings. Both stapled in color pictorial paper covers; minor wear; good. stock#44805.

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2.   Beale, Arthur, James D'Angelo, Marcia Keegan, Hsien Hsien Lei, Linda Foss Nichols, Chie Nishio.
Voice of Mother Earth: Art of the Puebloan Peoples of the American Southwest.
 
Publisher: Nagoya / Boston Museum of Fine Arts [2000]
238, [1] p., maps, illus. incl. color; 30 cm. In English & Japanese. Contents include Ward, Puebloan Art and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Pottery Making. Color pictorial paper covers; fine. stock#2065.

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3.   Bureau of Ethnology.
Eighth Annual Report, 1886-1887, by J. W. Powell, Director.
 
Publisher: Washington, GPO, 1891
xxxvi, 298 p., index, map, illus., plates (some fold. incl. 3 in rear pocket), color plates (some double). Accompanying papers: Victor Mindeleff, A Study of Pueblo Architecture, Tusayan & Cibola; James Stevenson, Ceremonial of Hasjelti Dailjis and Mythical Sand Painting of the Navajo Indians. Green cloth boards decorated in gold, extremities worn; VG. stock#20273.

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4.   Clark, Ann Nolan.
In My Mother's House. Illustrated by Velino Herrera.
 
Publisher: Viking Press, NY,
56 p., illus. incl. color, pictorial endpapers, 26.5 cm. The way of life through the seasons of a year in the Tesuque pueblo of the Tewa people. Pictorial dj has small tears, lacks 1/4" from bottom spine; dj good, book VG. 37921.

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5.   Coze, Paul.
Living Spirits of Kachinam.
 
Publisher: Arizona Highways XLVII: 6, June 1971
Entire issue, 48 p., 76 illus. (mostly color photos), map; 30.5 cm.; good+. Accompanying articles: Introduction to the Hopis; Excerpts from the Journals of Paul Coze 'Koyemsi'; Hopi Glossary. PLUS Vol. XLVII: 7, July 1971, The Enduring Intrigue of the Glass Trade Bead (36 color photos). PLUS Vol. XLVIII: 1, Jan. 1972, Cities of First Americans (44 photos), Dittert, They Came from the South [Hohokam] (10 photos); PLUS Vol. XLVIII: 6, June 1972, Monongye, The New Indian Jewelry Art of the Southwest; The All-Indian Pow-Wow at Flagstaff. Four numbers. 30540.

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6.   Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
Portraits From North American Indian Life / Edward S. Curtis ; introductions by A. D. Coleman and T. C. McLuhan
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Publisher: [New York], A & W Visual Library, c1972
xvi, 176 p. of sepia photos, 22.5 x 30 cm. A selection of plates from the author's The North American Indian, supplemental volumes. Reprint. Originally published: New York : Outerbridge & Lazard, 1972. 179 of the approximately 2,500 images captured by Curtis. Stock# 44,870. Vg / soft cover.

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7.   DeWald, Terry
The Papago Indians and Their Baskets
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Publisher: Tucson, AZ, Terry DeWald, 1979
48 p., illus., (some color), pictorial map, ports., 27.5 cm. "The Papagos [of southern Arizona] are among the least known of the Southwestern Indian tribes. ...a tribe that for centuries has been able to quietly exist in an environment that Western man, in less than a half century, is on the verge of depleting of its natural resources." Their beautiful geometric baskets are amply illustrated in this book. Stock# 44,870. Vg softcover.

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8.   Dutton, Bertha P. (Pauline), 1903- .
American Indians of the Southwest.
 
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press [c1983; Seventh paperbound printing, 1994]
xxvii, [5], 285 p., maps, illus., index; 23.5 cm. Revision and enlargement of the 1975 edition. Contents include Pueblo Peoples (Tanoans {Tiwa (Tigue), Tewa, Towa}, Keresans, Zunian People, Hopi Groups, Open Ceremonials); Athabascans (Navajo; Apache {Chiricahua, Mescalero, Jicarilla, Western}); Ute Indians; Southern Paiute (Paiute; Chemehuevi); Ranchería Peoples (Colorado River Indian Tribes {Fort Mohave Reservation, Mohave People, Yuman (Quechan) People, Cocopah People}, Pai {Havasupai, Hualapai or Walapai}, Salt River Indian Agency {Pima-Maricopa Community, Yavapai Indians, Yavapai-Apache & Mohave-Apache, "Payson Apache}; Pimans {Pima; Papago}; Maricopa, Movers by Choice; Cahitans {Yaqui}); Arts and Crafts (Basketry & Weaving, Pottery, Jewelry, Paintings, Katsina figures, Indian Markets & Exhibits); Calendar of Annual Indian Events; Bibliography. Color paper covers; VG+. 38606.

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9.   Fewkes, J. Walter (Jesse Walter), 1850-1930.
A Prehistoric Mesa Verde Pueblo and Its People.
 
Publisher: USGPO, 1917 [Smithsonian Bureau of Ethnology]
[1], 461-488 p., 7 text figures, 15 plates (1 folding, a map) with 24 photos; 24.5 cm. "From the Smithsonian Report for 1916, pages 461-488 (with 14 plates)." "The plan of operations was to determine, by excavations, the character of the buildings concealed in [the mounds], and to interpret their cultural relations and significance. A cluster of mounds known as the Mummy [Moki] Lake group was chosen as promising and advantageously situated for this purpose. The excavation of one mound of this cluster revealed a large building of a type new to the plateau." Printed pale-green wraps a bit soiled & worn, internally clean; unopened; good+. 39033.

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10.   Golder, Nina
The Hunt and the Harvest. Pueblo Paintings from the Museum of the American Indian. An Exhibition...
 
Publisher: [Hamilton, NY, 1985]
28 p., map, 10 b/w & 4 color illus.; 28 cm. Organized by the Museum of the American Indian and circulated by the Gallery Association of New York State. Includes one-page prospectus for the exhibition itself. Forty 20th-century Native American watercolor paintings illustrating traditional farming and hunting activities and related ceremonial events. With an extensive critical essay. Stapled in color pictorial wraps; minor wear; VG. Stock#36448.

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11.   Higley, Elmer Ellsworth, 1867-1931. Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Company
A Summer Outing Amidst the Cliff Dwelling Ruins in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado
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Publisher: [Denver, Colorado] Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad [1924] [Denver: Carson-Harper]
18 p. incl. cover, illus., maps; 16 x 18 cm. folded to 16 x 9 cm. Cover title. "Frank A. Wadleigh, Passenger Traffic Manager, Denver & Rio Grande Railroad," p. 7. Stock#47409. Vg; brochure.

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12.   Hill, James N.
Broken K Pueblo. Prehistoric Social Organization in the American Southwest.
 
Publisher: Tucson, University of Arizona Press, 1978
Compares prehistoric people with Hopi and Zuni who live in the same area of northeast Arizona. series: Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona, Number 18. viii, 149 p. map, illus., 26.5 cm.; Vg/ wrappers. 28169.

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13.   James, G. Wharton (George Wharton), 1858-1923
The Snake Dance of the Mokis. II. Accompanied by six photographs
 
Publisher: Scientific American, New York, September 9, 1899
Folio; 41 cm.; [161]-176 p., illus. & adverts. Article in 'Scientific American, A Weekly Journal of Practical Information, Art, Science, Mechanics, Chemistry, and Manufactures', vol. LXXXI no. 11, p. 167; the six photographs, by Wharton, are on the front cover. Other contents include Economy of the Electric Underground Trolley; Fall of the Chicago Coliseum; The Preliminary Speed Trial of the 'Alabama'; Scientific Congress at Columbus; The Accurate Weighing of Locomotives; Lydekker, A Contrast in Noses (Proboscis & Snub-Nosed monkeys); Ornamentation of Books; Müngsten High-Level Arch Bridge (4 photos); Proposed Armament for our Three Latest Battleships; Photography of the Stomach; Index of Inventions. Five holes punched near spine for binding; closed tear in outer margin; withal VG. stock#Flat0015.

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14.   James, Harry C. (Clebourne), 1896- .
Pages from Hopi History.
 
Publisher: Tucson, University of Arizona Press [c1974; Eighth printing 1994]
xiv, 258 p., index, photos, bibliography; 23 cm. Contents include Haliksai! This Is How It Was; The Promised Land; Clan Migrations; Encounter with Spain; Kachina or Christ?; Pueblo Rebellion; Attempts at Reconquest; Violence Under Mexico; Stars & Sripes over Tusayan; Mormons & Other Visitors; Hopi Tusqua; Washington Comes to the Hopi; Masau-u & Spider Woman Confront the U.S. Army; Crusade Against Superintendent Burton; Civil War at Oraibi; Two Outstanding Missionaries; The Era of Superintendents Lawshe & Crane; Oppression by Superintendent Daniel; Opposition to Hopi Religious Ceremonies; Scientists in Tusayan; Indian Reorganization & the Hopi; The Late 20th Century Hopi. Pictorial wraps; spot on front; VG. 38370.

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15.   Ladd, John, 1917-
The Sructure of a Moral Code; A Philosophical Analysis of Ethical Discourse Applied to the Ethics of the Navaho Indians
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Publisher: Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1957
xv, 474 p. port., index, 25 cm. Foreword by Clyde Kluckhohn. Written as part of "The project for a Comparative Study of Values in Five Cultures of the Laboratory of Social Relations of Harvard University." Bibliography: p. [427]-436. Inscribed to his colleague in the Brown University Department of Philosophy, Vincent Tomas. Stock# 43,841. Vg / no dj.

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16.   Stacey, Joseph, editor
Arizona Highways. March 1975, Vol. LI no. 3.
 
Publisher: Phoenix, 1975
Single issue devoted to Southwestern Indian jewelry. 48 p., illus. incl. color; 30.5 cm. Articles includeCoral-- "Red Gold" of Indian Jewelry; De Lauer, A Century of Indian Traders & Trading Posts; Old Pawn: the real, real Indian jewelry; The New Traders: new art forms, new silversmiths, new markets; The Turquoise Ostrich. Stapled in color pictorial paper covers; minor wear; VG. stock#44806x.

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17.   Stacey, Joseph, editor
Arizona Highways. August 1974. Vol. L no. 8
 
Publisher: Phoenix 1974
48 p., illus. incl. color; 30.5 cm. Articles include Hammack, Arizona's Treasure of Prehistoric Jewelry; Holden, "What you see here is a lot of soul" (interviews with Hopi artist Charles Loloma); Ashton, The First Silversmiths of the Southwest; Jacka, Silver Overlay: Hopi Tradition in Jewelry; The Arizona Highways Hall of Fame Classics: A Special Collection of all Indian Jewelry, Related Arts and Artifacts; Tharp, "You Can't Beat Something with Nothing" (biographical sketch of C.G. Wallace). Stapled in color pictorial paper covers; minor wear; VG. stock#44807.

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18.   Stacey, Joseph, editor
Arizona Highways, July 1974. Vol. L no. 7. Special Edition: Southwest Indian Weaving
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Publisher: Phoenix 1974
48 p., illus. incl. color; 30.5 cm. Articles include Jacka, Hopi Weaving; Schaefer, Native American Tapestries of the Navajo; Principal Navajo Weaving Districts; Wheat, Three Centuries of Navajo Weaving (Pine Springs / Burnt Water, Wide Ruin, Two Grey Hills, Yei Rugs & Blankets, Yei-Bichai Tapestries); Leafdale, Weaving, Alive & Well; Pictorials; Teec Nos Pos; Sand Paintings; Ganado Red / Klagetoh. Stapled in color pictorial paper covers; minor wear; VG. stock#44808.

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19.   Stacey, Joseph, editor
Arizona Highways. February 1974, Vol. L no. 2
  Picture
Publisher: Phoenix, 1974
48 p., illus. incl. color; 30.5 cm. Articles include Pilles & Danson, The Prehistoric Pottery of Arizona (Hohokam, Mogollon, Anasazi, Mimbres, Salado, Sikyatki, Kayenta); biographical sketch of artist Lon Megargee; Jacka, Arizona's Prehistoric Potters, Artisans of the Past; Hammack, Effigy Vessels in the Prehistoric American Southwest. Stapled in color pictorial paper covers; minor wear; good. stock#44809.

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20.   Waters, Frank
Masked Gods Navaho and Pueblo Ceremonialism
 
Publisher: Chicago, Sage Books/ Swallow Press,, c.1950
438 p., illus., 25.5 cm. "Mr Waters approaches his materials at the mythic and symboloc levels. He is concerned primarily with the inner drama that lies beneath the surface of ethnological documentation." Second edition. Stock# 31,049. Vg/ dj good +

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21.   Wood, Nancy, editor.
The Serpent’s Tongue. Prose, Poetry, and Art of the New Mexico Pueblos.
 
Publisher: Dutton Books, NY [c1997]. ‘First Edition'
Legends, recipes, tales, cultural dimensions of Acoma, Jemez, Zuni, Zia, Tewa/ Tesuque, Laguna/ Santo Domingo, Pueblo, San Ildefonso, Santa Clara, Kiowa, Cochiti, Taos, Laguna/ Sioux, Flathead, San Juan, Isleta, Picuris. xxv, 230 p., index, illus. incl. color, photos; color pictorial dj; 28.5 cm.; fine. 101367.

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