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Buckskin and Blanket Days  Memoirs Of A Friend Of The Indians, Thomas Henry Tibbles
1 Buckskin and Blanket Days Memoirs Of A Friend Of The IndiansThomas Henry Tibbles
good, University Of Nebraska Press, 1973, Third Bison Book Printing

Buckskin and Blanket Days, Memoirs Of A Friend Of The Indians, Thomas Henry Tibbles, University Of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, 1973, Third Bison Book Printing, soft covers show light soiling, edge wear, creasing on front, 336 pages includes Publisher's Preface, 34 Chapters, previous owner's name neatly written along top edge of half title page, text pages clean, no writing or marks, back cover states..."the author wrote his memoirs in 1905, the year after he ran for Vice President of the United States on the Peoples' party ticket. the volume was first published in 1957, edited by Theodora Bates Cogwell...", book in good condition

Price: 12.00 USD
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Campaigning With Custer 1868-69 and the Nineteenth Kansas Volunteer Cavalry on the Washita Campaign, 1868-'69, David L. Spotts (Edited and Arranged for Publication by E.A. Brininstool)
2 Campaigning With Custer 1868-69 and the Nineteenth Kansas Volunteer Cavalry on the Washita Campaign, 1868-'69David L. Spotts (Edited and Arranged for Publication by E.A. Brininstool)
near fine, University of Nebraska Press, 1988, First Bison Book Edition, 1st Printing (complete number line)

Campaigning With Custer 1868-69, and the Nineteenth Kansas Volunteer Cavalry on the Washita Campaign, 1868-'69, David L. Spotts (Edited and Arranged for Publication by E.A. Brininstool), University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, 1988, First Bison Book Edition (complete number line), 1st Printing, soft cover clean, light edge rubbing, 215 pages, Contents include Introduction; Roster 19th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry; Preface; Diary; No Man's Land Of The Border; Sketch Of The Life Of Mrs. Anna Belle Morgan; Sketch Of The Life Of Sarah C. White, Frontispiece of photo of D.L. Spotts AT Time Of Enlistment, List Of Illustrations, this book is reprinted form the 1928 edition published by the Wetzel Publishing Company, pages crisp and clean, book in near fine condition

Price: 15.00 USD
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Cheyenne Memories, John Stands In Timber and Margot Liberty
3 Cheyenne MemoriesJohn Stands In Timber and Margot Liberty
fine, University of Nebraska, 1972, First Bison Book Printing February, 1972 (10th Printing)

Cheyenne Memories, John Stands, In Timber and Margot Liberty, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 1972, First Bison Book Printing February, 1972 (10th Printing), soft covers, clean in fine/as new condition, 330 pages includes Acknowledgments; List of (27) Illustrations and 2 Maps by Dorothy de Fontaine, fold-out entitled "Indians Hunting Buffalo by Howling Wolf of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, Fort Marion, 1876, 18 Chapters; Genealogy of John Stands In Timber; Bibliography and Index, pages crisp and clean, book in fine/as new condition

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Chippewa Customs, Frances Densmore
4 Chippewa CustomsFrances Densmore
good, Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1979, Reprint Edition/First Published in 1929 by the Smithsonian Institution

Chippewa Customs, Frances Densmore, Minnesota Historical Society Press,1979, Reprint Edition/First Published in 1929 by the Smithsonian Institution, soft covers show light soiling and edge wear, back cover has some wrinkling and soiling, 204 pages, contents include Introduction by Nina Marchetti Archabal, List of Illustrations (Plates and Text Figures), back cover states..."Chippewa Customs, first published in 1929 by the Bureau of American Ethnology, Smithsonian Institution, gives accurate, detailed descriptions of the tribal history, customs, legends, traditions, art, music, economy, and leisure activities of the Chippewa or Ojibway Indians of the United States and Canada..the book is a classic work by one of America's early ethnologists...", pages clean, no writing or marks, book in good condition

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Colter's Hell & Jackson's Hole, Merrill J. Mattes
5 Colter's Hell & Jackson's HoleMerrill J. Mattes
near fine, Yellowstone Library And Museum Association, 1976, Reprint

Colter's Hell & Jackson's Hole, The Fur Trappers' Exploration of the Yellowstone and Grand Teton Park Region, Merrill J. Mattes, Yellowstone Library And Museum Association, 1976, Reprint, soft covers, clean, very light edge rubbing, light page edge soiling, 87 pages, contents include a double page frontispiece map of "Colter's Route (1807-1808-Conjectural); Trapper Trails (1811-1840)", 8 Chapters; Numerous Illustrations and Selected Bibliography, pages crisp and clean, no writing or marks, book in near fine condition

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Crazy Horse A Life, Larry McMurtry
6 Crazy Horse A LifeLarry McMurtry
very good, Penguin Group, 2006, Complete Number Line

Crazy Horse A Life, Larry McMurtry, Penguin Group, New York, 2006, Complete Number Line, soft covers clean, light edge rubbing, 148 pages, List of Sources, previous owner's name and date neatly written along top edge of half title page, text pages clean, no writing or marks, back cover states..."In this superb biography, Pulitzer Prize winner Larry McMurtry looks back across more than one hundred and twenty years at the life and death of this great Sioux warrior who became a reluctant leader at the Battle of Little Bighorn..", 12mo (5 x 7), book in very good condition

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Crimson Desert  Indian Wars of the American Southwest, Odie B. Faulk
7 Crimson Desert Indian Wars of the American SouthwestOdie B. Faulk
near fine, Oxford University Press, 1974, book club edition

Crimson Desert, Indian Wars of the American Southwest, Odie B. Faulk, Oxford University Press, New York, 1974, book club edition, dust jacket clean, small tear along front top edge, light chipping along spine and fore-edges, light soiling along inside spine and edges of jacket, red boards, gold lettering along spine, boards clean, straight, tight binding, 237 pages, contents include I. A land To Love, A land To Hate; II. The Navajo Confronted; III. The Navajo Confined; IV. The Comanche Barrier; V. War For The South Plains; VI. Americans In Apacheria; VII. The Final Conquest; VIII. Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography and Index, numerous illustrations and photos throughout, previous owner's name stamp along top edge of free end-paper, text pages clean, no writing or marks, 8vo (8.5" tall), dust jacket in good condition, book in near fine condition

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Crusading Along Sioux Trails, Sister Mary Claudia Duratschek
8 Crusading Along Sioux TrailsSister Mary Claudia Duratschek
near fine, Grail Publications/Benedictine Convent of the Sacred Heart, 1947, First Edition/No Other Pub. Date Listed

Crusading Along Sioux Trails, A History Of The Catholic Indian Missions Of South Dakota, Grail Publications/Benedictine Convent of the Sacred Heart, Yankton, S.D., 1947, First Edition/No Other Pub. Date Listed, no dust jacket, dark red boards, black lettering on front and along spine, boards clean, very light edge rubbing along top and bottom fore-edges, straight, tight binding, 334 pages, frontispiece of Bishop Martin Marty, O.S.B. Apostle Of The Sioux, Forword from William O. Brady, Bishop of Sioux Falls, Preface, Contents include Ten Chapters, Bibliography and Index, List of 37 b/w Illustrations, illustrated front and rear paste-downs and free end-papers, pages crisp and clean, no writing or marks, 8vo, 9 1/4" tall, book in near fine condition

Price: 25.00 USD
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Custer, The Controversial Life of George Armstrong Custer and  Killing Custer, Jeffery D. Wert; James Welch
9 Custer, The Controversial Life of George Armstrong Custer and Killing CusterJeffery D. Wert; James Welch
fine/very good, Simon & Schuster; W.W. Norton & Company, 1996; 1994, 

Custer, The Controversial Life of George Armstrong Custer, Jeffrey D. Wert, Simon & Schuster, New York, 1996, First Edition, complete number line, dust jacket shows light soiling, small tear along top spine edge, no other chips or tears, tan boards, black spine with silver title box and lettering along spine, boards clean, light spine edge bumping, 462 pages, contents include Preface, 19 Chapters, Notes, Bibliography and Index, 16 page section of historic photos, several additional illustrations throughout, pages crisp and clean, Preface states..."While many biographers or historians have chosen to concentrate either on the Civil War years or the postwar decade, my work embraces both periods...", dust jacket in very good condition, book in near fine condition Killing Custer, The Battle of the Little Bighorn and the Fate of the Plains Indians, James Welch, W.W. Norton & Company, 1994, dust jacket protected with Brodart book jacket cover, jacket in fine/as new condition, not price clipped ($25.00 listed on jacket flap), black boards with red cloth spine, silver lettering along spine, boards clean, very light spine edge bumping, straight, tight binding, 320 pages, contents includes 10 Chapters, Epilogue; Afterword: Filming "The Last Stand" by Paul Stekler; Notes and Index, Chronology from 1775 to 1890, illustrated front and rear paste-downs and free end-papers showing The Indian Wars 1866-1890, dust jacket flap states...a poignant and highly personal resurrection of the Indian side of the story from beneath a mountain of myth and misinterpretation...", dust jacket and book in fine/as new condition condition

Price: 20.00 USD
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Diplomats In Buckskins A History of Indian Delegations in Washington City, Herman J. Viola
10 Diplomats In Buckskins A History of Indian Delegations in Washington CityHerman J. Viola
very good, Smithsonian Institute Press, 1981, First Edition (no other pub. date listed)

Diplomats In Buckskins, A History of Indian Delegations in Washington City, Herman J. Viola, Smithsonian Institute Press, Washington DC, 1981, First Edition (no other pub. date listed), dust jacket clean, light edge rubbing, light chipping along top spine edge and along rear top edge, brown boards, gold lettering along spine, boards clean, very light rubbing along spine and fore-edges, straight, tight binding, 233 pages, contents include Preface; I. Prologue: Delegations In the Colonial Period; II. Invitation To Washington; III. Unauthorized Delegations; IV. Financing The Delegations; V. The Indian Dramatis Personae; VI. Meeting the Great Father; VII. Excursions And Diversions; IX. Aches And Ailments; X. Indian Delegations In the Arts And Sciences; XI. Epilogue: Delegations In the Twentieth Century; Notes, Bibliography, Index, over fifty illustrations, ranging from rare photographic portraits to Chief Medicine Crow's pencil sketches of the animals in the Washington Zoo, this is an interesting account which traces the Indian delegation story, remnants of pencil notations on front free end-paper, some pencil underling and notations on several pages, most pages clean, illustrated front and rear paste-downs and free end-papers, dust jacket and book in very good condition

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