CONTENTS OF "NATIVE AMERICAN": GENERAL
AMERICA'S ANCIENT TREASURES. Folsoms. Guide to U.S. and Canadian archeological sites and museums. Illustrated, 448 large-format pages.
Inventory = 1. Order #: UNEM1630 paper$18.95.
ARROWS OF THE NATIVE AMERICANS. Hamm. Wooden-, sinew-backed, composite bows;
strings; arrows; quivers. Illustrated, 160 pages.
Inventory = 1. Order #: LYBU1234 paper$14.95.
A BAG OF
BONES: Legends of the Wintu Indians of Northern California. Masson. 15
stories told by old Wintu native Americans from group who lived along western
Sacramento Valley of California. 10 illustrations, 140 pages. Covers damaged.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-911010-26-2. Order #: NATG0951 paper$12.95.
CANYON DE CHELLY: The Story Behind the Scenery (AZ). Supplee. Anasazi
and today's Navajo peoples, rock formations, cliff dwellings at Arizona National
park. 65 color photos, 48 large-format pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-88714-042-4. Order #: KCPU3818 paper$8.95.
DE CHELLY IN PICTURES: the continuing story. Hunter. Cliffside
cliff-dwellings in the canyon of this Arizona national park. Once inhabited by
Anasazi and now by Navajo Native Americans. 48 large-format pages, color illus. 1999.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-88714-145-5. Order #: KCPU8007 paper$8.95
COYOTE AND THE
FISH. Garrod. Indian trickster story about how the
rainbow trout got its color--by outsmarting coyote. 36 p.,
17 Mimbres style illus.
Inventory =1. ISBN: 0-86541-029-1. Order #: FILT0210 paper$4.00.
FIELD MOUSE GOES TO WAR: a bilingual tale.
and Yava. Illustrated by Fred Kabotie.
Can the little field mouse outwit the hawk that is stealing chickens from the People? This traditional Hopi tale was originally published in 1944 by the Bureau of Indian Afffairs. The drawings are by Hopi artist Fred Kabotie who was born at the turn of the century on the Second Mesa. Kabotie was commissioned by the Museum of the American Indian in New York to record authentic native dances and by the Fred Harvey Company to decorate the Indian Tower on the south Rim of the Grand Canyon. The book is in English and phonetic Hopi. Contains pronunciation guide.74 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN:
HOW TO MAKE CHEROKEE CLOTHING. Sizemore.
Use of rawhide, beads, quills to make traditional Cherokee Indians' clothing.
Color drawings, 304p. lg. format.
Inventory =1. ISBN: 0-935741-9-4. Order #: CHER5621 paper$19.95.
Casanova of the Cliff Dweller.
John V. Young.
Who or what was Kokopelli? The hunchback flute player's many roles and the Kokopelli legends are described in this 40 page, illustrated book.
Inventory= 5. ISBN:
KOKOPELLI: Casanova of the Cliff Dwellers.
Inventory=11. Order #: FILT7122 paper$4.00
VALLEY: the story behind the scenery. Den Dooven. The desert landscape of
unusual rock formations and story of the past Indian people who have lived
there, and of the present ones who still do. Author's handwritten note on
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-88714-29.2. 2011. Order #: KCPU4975 paper$8.95.
IN RED MAN'S
LAND. Leupp.A study of the American Indian, from 1914. Illustrated, 161 pages.
Inventory = 9. ISBN: 0-87380-115-6. Order #: RIGR1235 cloth$12.00.
The Story of a Navaho Boy. Mitchell & Allen. How the author was raised in the
Indian way and then attempted to enter the white man's world--revealing character, family
relationships, manners, struggles, worries, emotions. 248 pages. Originally
published by University of Oklahoma at $7.95.
Inventory = 6. Order #: ZZTB6260 paper$8.95.
NATIVE DYES: their preparation and use. Nonabah G. Bryan. Collection of authentic recipes for rendering dyes from native
Southwest plants for dyeing wool for rugs. Inculdes guide to identifying plants.
use, dyeing wool for Navajo rugs. 36 drawings, 75 pages.
Inventory =17. ISBN: 0-910584-57-5. Order #: FILT0490 paper$5.00.
INDIAN POTTERY. Hucko. Potters and their styles from the pueblo towns
of the Southwest. 64 large-format pages, color illus. 1999.
Inventory =1. ISBN: 0-88714-148-X. Order #: KCPU4262 paper$12.95
(Tohono O'odham) and PIMA INDIANS OF ARIZONA. Ruth M.
Underhill. Noted anthropologist describes everyday life, religion, arts,
and government of two Arizona tribes. First published in 1930s.
74 pages, illustrated.
Inventory= 1. ISBN:
THE STONE AGE
PRESENT. Allman. How evolution has shaped modern life--from sex, violence,
and language to emotions, morals, and communities. 288 pages.
Inventory = 1. Order #: SISC6877 cloth$23.00.
STONE AGE PRESENT. Allman. How evolution has shaped modern life--from sex, violence,
and language to emotions, morals, and communities. 286 pages.
Inventory = 1.Order #: SISC6110 paper$12.00.
DETECTIVES. Fagan.How scientists use modern technology to unravel the secrets of
the past. Archeological detective stories. Illustrated, 288 pages.
Inventory = 1. Order #: SISC1565 paper$14.00.
PREHISTORIC INDIAN ARTIFACTS OF THE AMERICAN SOUTHWEST. Barnett. Describes
artifacts, their excavation sites, and their uses. 249 illustrations, 148 pages.
Inventory = 6. Order #: NOLA5471 paper$12.95.
CLARK: Voyage of Discovery. Murphy. 1804 exploration into America's new Louisiana
Purchase; wildlife, Indian encounters. 68 color photos, 48 large-format pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-916122-50-6. 19747. Order #: KCPU0740 paper$8.95.
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