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Publisher: Gloucester, England:, Dodo Press,: 2010
Edition: Reprint Edition.
Seller ID: DG215-001
Illustrated Reprint Edition. 8vo. 9 x 6 inches. [xvi], (152) pp. Black-and-white illustrations throughout, appendices; text clean, unmarked. Printed wrappers; binding square and tight. Fine. Originally published by University of Southern California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology, Vol. 8, No. 3, 1908. Constance Goddard DuBois was an American novelist and ethnographer who focused especially on the Diegueno and Luiseno Indians of Southern Califor... View more info
By: Edward E. Hill.
Publisher: New York:, Clearwater Publishing Company, Inc.,: 1974
Edition: Second Edition
Seller ID: DG215-003
SECOND EDITION. Series: The Library of American Indian Affairs. 8vo. 9 1/4 x 6 inches. (x), 246 pp. Text clean, unmarked. Gilt-titled blue cloth; binding square and tight, corners rubbed and bumped, light scratches on covers, end-papers offset. G. Edward Evans bookplate on front pastedown. Very Good. "The historical sketches contained in this book ... provide brief histories of the field units of the Office of Indian Affairs for that period. ... Taken together,... View more info
Publisher: Washington, D.C.:, 1851
Seller ID: DG915-021
Various Publishers, 1851-1855. 8vo. 9 x 5 3/4 inches. Various Paginations. Please inquire for a full list of items in this lot. Most of the items are dis-bound, some removed entirely from a larger volume, some without their cases, 2 in contemporary cloth (these would be the Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1855 and 1858. Sold AS IS. These materials were brought together by a single individual who sought to understand how Indian treaties were n... View more info
Publisher: San Francisco:, The Indian Historian Press for the American Indian Historical Society,: 1987
Seller ID: GY815-286
8vo. 9 x 6 inches. x, (236) pp. Black-and-white illustrations throughout; text clean, unmarked. Perfect bound, red-and-black wrappers; binding square and tight. Very Good. This book aims to combat the myth that California history began with the Spanish missions. It provides information about the Native Americans before the Spanish invasion of California; an alternative perspective on the Missions; and testimonies and other writings from Native Americans. The edit... View more info