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Category: All Categories: American Indians: Eastern Woodlands
16 items found.   List items by:   Author     Title     Publisher
1.
Burnford, Sheila.  
Without Reserve: Among the Northern Forest Indians.

Publisher: Toronto McClelland and Stewart, Ltd. 1969.
First edition Hardcover Very good condition in near very good dust jacket (spine fading and smudges). #C01127

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2.
Cadzow, Donald A.  
ARCHAEOLOGICAL STUDIES OF THE SUSQUEHANNOCK INDIANS OF PENNSYLVANIA.

Publisher: Pennsylvania Historical Commission [Harrisburg]. 1936. (1936)..
1st edition. 217pp. 8vo. Dark blue cloth with gilt-lettered front cover & spine. Glossy paper. Map frontispiece & 141 b/w photos. Index. Safe Harbor Report No. 2, the archaeological results from settlements in Lancaster County just prior to their being flooded by the Safe Harbor dam. Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects. No dustjacket.

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3.
Commuck, Thomas (a Narragansett Indian).  
Indian Melodies. Harmonized by Thomas Hastings, Esq.

Publisher: NY, Lane & Tippett, 1845; reprinted by Gregory Javitch, Montreal, Osiris, 1975.
NY, Lane & Tippett, 1845; reprinted by Gregory Javitch, Montreal, Osiris, 1975. Oblong quarto; 116 p., indexes, music; fine. 'Printed for Gregory Javitch from the rare copy in his library.' 'Only one hundred copies printed, hand-numbered, dated and signed by Gregory Javitch.' Stock#20278x.

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4.
De Forest, John W.  
History of the Indians of Connecticut : From the Earliest Known Period to 1850, Published with the Sanction of the Connecticut Historical Society, 1851
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Publisher: William James Hamersley; Hartford, Conn: 1851.
Fair with no dust jacket Hardcover 509 pages; 8vo (8.5") 22 cm; This is an actual hardcover book from 1851, not a flimsy overpriced computer-generated reprint. ; Full original dark brown cloth, gilt spine lettering, [xxvi] + 509 pages, several b/w illustrations reproduced from engravings, index, footnotes, 6 appendixes including short vocabulary table in English, Massachusetts, Narragansett, Mohican, Pequot, Naugatuck. ; Laid in: two old clippings dated 1889 regarding Guilford and Madison, Connecticut, celebrating 250th anniversary of settlement. ; (Please note: Image shows one clipping + spine and front of book) Copyright 1850. Title page 1851. ; Manuscript approved by J. L. Kingsley, Leonard Bacon, E. C. Herrick on behalf of Connecticut Historical Society, 1850. Much on Uncas and other tribal chiefs and their political alliances. ; Boards quite worn. Owner name (Mary Geary) penned on rear flyleaf and rear endpaper. A few light pencil marks in margins. Pages, which are of cotton fiber, are bright for the most part, with a little foxing here and there, but three signatures are tanned from age. Cloth split along both joints, hinges have some play but binding is holding together. Quite scarce.

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5.
Eggleston, Edward, and Lillie Eggleston Seelye  
Brant and Red Jacket : Including an Account of the Early Wars of the Six Nations, and the Border Warfare of the Revolution, 1881

Publisher: Dodd, Mead & Company; N. Y. : 1881.
Very Good with no dust jacket Hardcover 370 pages; 12mo (7.75") 20 cm; Original full blue-gray cloth, black decor, gilt spine bands, full-spread frontispiece 'Visit of Iroquois Chiefs at Montreal', full-spread map 'Six Nations of the Iroquois', full-spread illustration 'Arrival of Indian Allies at Fort Niagara', full-page portrait of 'Joseph Brant or Thayendanegea', all b/w. ; Copyright 1879. This printing 1881. History of Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca, and Tuscora Indians of New York State in war and peace, mostly war. From preface: 'In this book we have endeavored to make the history of our country interesting to the general public, and especially to young people'. ; Moderate wear to cloth, which shows light foxing. Owner name, place and date (1895) penned on reverse of frontispiece, also penned on first text page. Pages a bit yellowed from age. One leaf has 29 mm closed tear to fore-edge that enters text, but everything readable. Binding tight. ; Famous American Indians Series

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6.
Flexner, James Thomas  
Lord of the Mohawks, A Biography of Sir William Johnson
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Publisher: Little, Brown and Company, Boston, 1979.
Near Fine cloth hardback, gilt lettering, Near Fine DJ. Cover with minimal shelf wear, bumped corners. Plastic sheathed DJ has little wear. Binding tight. Map on end papers. Pp are Fine, look unused. 8vo, 400 pp with illustrations, sources and index. ISBN# 0 316 28609 5.

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7.
Gordon, H. R., pseudonym of Edward Sylvester Ellis, 1840-1916. [Red Jacket, Seneca chief, ca.1756-1830]  
Red Jacket (Sa-Go-Ye-Wat-Ha), the Last of the Senecas.

Publisher: NY, Dutton [Knickerbocker Press; c1900].
iv, 347 p., 12 illus. incl. front.; 21 cm. Revolutionary North America of 1779 and the campaign against the Central New York Iroquois. Historical fiction. Pictorial silver cloth stamped in white & navy, spine stamped in gold; no dj; spine faded, spine ends worn, covers lightly soiled; internally clean; good. stock#102296.

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8.
Heckewelder, John  
History, Manners, and Customs of The Indian Nations Who Once Inhabited Pennsylvania and the Neighboring States
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Publisher: Arno Press, New York, Reprint of 1876 Publication, 1971.
HISTORY, NATIVE AMERICANS, PENNSYLVANIA, INDIAN LANGUAGES, AMERICAN CUSTOMS

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9.
Peter Anatas, Photos by Mark Powers  
Glooskap's Children, Encounters with the Penobscot Indians of Maine
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Publisher: Beacon Press, Boston, 1973.
VG paper over board hardback, no DJ. Tight binding. End papers slightly tanned, old price in ink. Pps are VG+. Lg 12mo, 216 pps with illustrations and interviews. ISBN#0-8070-0518-5.

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10.
Prucha, Francis Paul  
Lewis Cass and American Indian Policy

Publisher: Wayne State University Press; Detroit: 1967.
Very Good+ Softcover 24 pages; 12mo (7.5") 19 cm; Stiff olive-green covers, 18 pages + 6 pages front matter. ; Insight into longtime governor of Michigan, later Secretary of War, and his dealings with Native Americans. ; Published for Detroit Historical Society by Wayne State University Press. Foreword by Frank B. Woodford. Edited by Robert Tennenhouse. Book designed by Edgar Frank. Lectureship chair Philip P. Mason. ; Small chip at crown, otherwise only minor edgewear. A few very small fox marks here and there. Binding of two staples intact. Quite scarce. ; Lewis Cass Lecture Series; Vol. 18

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11.
Shemie, Bonnie, Illustrator: Bonnie Shemie (artwork)  
HOUSES OF BARK: Tipi, Wigwam and Longhouse (Native dwellings: woodland Indians series).
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Publisher: Montreal: Tundra Books (1990)..
ISBN: 0887762468 Nonfiction book for young readers describing how the Eastern Woodland Native peoples used their skill to fashion bark shelters. 24p: full-page colour illustrations, drawings in-texte; 21cm oblong. 307g. Fine (clean, bright, tight and unmarked; no defects). No dustjacket. Illustrated glossy hardcover. Book condition: Fine. Jacket condition: no dj.

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12.
Smith, DeCost  
MARTYRS OF THE OBLONG AND LITTLE NINE

Publisher: The Caxton Printers, Ltd. Caldwell, ID 1948.
310 pp, red cloth covered boards, dj brown-grey w/red-black lettering w/color illustrated front panel and photo of the author on the back panel, #769 of 1000 cc's. Converted to Christianity by the Moravain Brethren's missionaries, the Mohican tribe of Indians put away pagan practices. This is the story of their persecution and martyrdom ending with the burning of Fairfield. dj three chip bottom of spine, dj some soiling, dj two 1-1/2" chips on bottom edge of front cover, dj chipped at the top of the spine Limited/Numbered Good- Hard Cover Very Good Sm4to from 9" to 11" Limited & Numbered Edition

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13.
Travers, Milton A.  
The Wampanoag Indian Federation of the Algonquin Nation; Indian Neighbors of the Pilgrims

Publisher: Boston, Christopher Pub. House [1961].
247 p. illus. 22 cm. Revised edition. First published 1957. A istory of the Wampanoag Indians of southheastern Massachusetts. Stock# 40,179. Vg/ dj good, some wear and small tears

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14.
United States. Census Office. 11th census, 1890./ Donaldson, Thomas, 1843-1898.  
Indians. The Six Nations of New York Extra Census Bulletin

Publisher: New York, New York Historical Society, 1992.
vii, 89 p. plates, ports., maps (part fold.) 29 cm. Title continues: "Cayugas, Mohawks (Saint Regis), Oneidas, Onondagas, Senecas,Tuscaroras. By Thomas Donaldson ..." Reprinted from Washington [Govt. Print. Off.] 1892, edition. Series: Eleventh census of the United States. Extra Census Bulletin. Stock# 43,528. Vg / soft cover.

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15.
Weslager, C. A.  
THE NANTICOKE INDIANS: A Refugee Tribal Group of Pennsylvania.

Publisher: The Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission [Harrisburg]. 1948. (1948)..
1st edition, 1st printing. 159pp. 8vo. Light blue wraps. 8 b/w plates + map. Index. Very Good, i.e. some signs of careful use with no significant defects.

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16.
Whitehead, Ruth Holmes, editor. McGee, Harold, illustrator.  
Six Micmac Stories. Retold by Ruth Holmes Whitehead. Illustrated by Harold McGee.

Publisher: Nimbus Pub. & the Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax, 1992. 'Peeper'.
The Boy Who Visited Muini'skw; Woodchuck & the Two Old Women; The Child from Beneath the Earth; Ki'kwa'ju & Ki'kwa'jusi's; Kaqtukwasi's, Son of the Thunders; Jenu. Each has commentary; there is a brief bibliography. 'The six stories here have been retold using one or more variations as sources. All were collected in the nineteenth or twentieth centuries. Footnotes at the end of each tale provide the specific references. …By combining details and actions from a number of variants, we can come closer to a complete retelling of each of the original Micmac stories.' 51 p., b/w illus. & vignettes; stapled in color pictorial paper covers; fine. 26084.

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