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Category: AMERICAN INDIAN (10 records) Thank you for bidding at our Third Session Book Auction Online NOW! Collectible, Art, Western Artists, Architecture, Culinary, War, History, Wine, sets, and other interests! - Thursday December 13, 2018 Starting at 6:00pm MTN

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a106t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Eight packs of six each of new-stock postcards from Olde America Antiques, c. 1992 Susan Davis, Bozeman, Montana. Collectible reproductions, American Indian, Great Northern Railroad featuring Blackfeet Indians. The collection sold with a series of ten different cards. I left them in the plastic wrappers for protection, so all reproductionsin the series aren't pictured.
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a108t.jpgDESCRIPTION: New hardcover copy with dj. A Danish Photographer of Idaho Indians, Benedicte Wrensted by Joanna Cohan Scherer, forword by Bonnie C. Wuttunee-Wadsworth, University of Oklahoma Press, c. 2006. Joanna Cohan Scherer rescues from oblivion a remarkable photographer-Benedicte Wrensted-who greatly contributed to the visual legacy of the Northern Shoshone, Lemhi, and Bannock ("Sho-Ban") American Indian tribes. This beautifully designed volume reproduces a substantial number of Wrensted's photographs, along with a detailed description of each image, including the names of the subjects, their biographical data, and an ethnographic analysis of their Native attire.
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a111t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Stated FIRST EDITION, hardcover with dj. Wilderness Kingdom, Indian Life in the Rocky Mountains: 1840-1847. The Journals & Paintings of Nicolas Point, S.J. Translated and introduced by Joseph P. Donnelly, S.J. with an appreciation by John C. Ewers. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, c. 1967 by Loyla University Press. The only word and picture report in existence of the Rocky Mountain Indian life in the early days of the American frontier Father Point lived with the Blackfeet, Flatheads and Coeur d'Alenes from 1840-1847. The book is illustrated with 285 paintings, 232 in full color! Customes, habits, war ceremonies, family life, religiion, hunting, 274 pages. Great reference art book by this primitive artist of Indian life.
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a118t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Large, hardcover coffee table art book with dj. Edward S. Curtis by Barry Pritzker, c. 1993. Reprinted 2003 by World Publications Group, Inc. Curtis's massive photographic projects document all aspects of life, landscapes, and society of Native Americans, from 1895 to 1930, 180 illustrations. The dust jacket is wrinkled and has a small tear on the top spine but the book is in very good condition.
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a124t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Three hardcover coffee table books depicting the lives and culture of Native American's. 1) Unstated FIRST EDITION, Native Americans, consulting editors Dr. David Hurst Thomas and Lorann Pendleton, Barnes & Noble Books, c. 2003. 2) Encyclopedia of Native Tribes of North America by Michael Johnson, Gramercy Books, c. 2000 Compendium Publishing Ltd. 3) The Native Americans: The Indigenous People of North America, Richard Collins editor, Salamander Books, c. 2004.
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a126t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Three paperbacks depicting Native Americans, new condition. 1) Native American Portraits 1862-1918, photographs from the collection of Kurt Koegler by Nancy Hathaway, c. 1990, Chronicle Books. Over 100 photographs from the renowned Kurt Koegler collection of Native American portraits taken between the end of the Civil War and the end of World War I are featured in this powerful compendium depicting a proud and defeated people. 2) Indians of the Rocky Mountain Parks by Hugh A. Dempsey, c. 1998, Fifth House publ. 3) Encyclopedia of North American Indians, Frederick E. Hoxie editor. Houghton Mifflin Co., c. 1996. History, culture, and life from Paleo-Indians to the present.
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a147t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Four paperbacks depicting North American Indians. 1) The Lemhi: Sacajawea's People by Brigham D. Madsen, c. 1979, 2nd printing 1990, Caxton Printers, Ltd. 1990. 2) The Indians of Southern California in 1852: The B.D. Wilson report and a selection of contemporary comment, edited by John Walton Caughey. Introduction to the Bison Books edition, c. 1995 by the University of Nebraska Press. Stated FIRST BISON BOOK EDITION. 3) North American Indians by George Catlin, edited by Peter Matthiessen, Penguin Books, c. 1989. 4) Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs, and Conditions of the North American Indians, written during eight years' travel (1832-1839) amongst the wildest tribes of Indians in North America by George Catlin, volume II. Dover Publications, Inc., c. 1973.
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a158t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Peter Freuchen's Book of the Eskimos, edited by Dagmar Freuchen, c. 1961, The World Publishing Company. An absorbing and informative introduction to the life and customs of the mysterious people who live at the top of the world. Peter Freuchen, born Lorenz Peter Elfred Freuchen was a Danish explorer, writer and traveler. He spent many years in Thule, Greenland, living with the Polar Inuit. He worked with Knud Rasmussen, crossing the Greenland icecap with him.
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a260t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Two paperbooks about Native Americans and the Old West. 1) Unstated FIRST EDITION, The American West: Painters from Catlin to Russell by Larry Curry, The Viking Press 1972, c. 1972 by Museum Associates of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. 2) Black Elk Speaks: Being the life story of a Holy Man of the Oglala Sioux. As told through John G. Neihardt (Flaming Raindbow) by Nicholas Black Elk. C. 2000 by the University of Nebraska Press. The famous story of the Lakota healer and visionary.
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a265t.jpgDESCRIPTION: George Catlin and his Indian Gallery by Brian W. Dippie, Therese Thau Heyman, Christopher Mulvey, Joan Carpenter Troccoli. C. 2002 by Smithsonian American Art Museum, third printing 2008. New condition hardcover coffee table book with dj. In 1832, George Catlin-showman, entrepreneur, and artist-made the first of four trips into Indian country, painting as he went, in a wonderfully spontaneous, if somewhat naive style. His ambition was to paint every tribe. He fell short. But what he did achieve, and the subject of this splendid volume, is a remarkable look into the faces and daily activities of Native Americans before their lands and their numbers were so radically diminished. And while Catlin was clearly influenced by the idea that Indians were Noble Savages (rapidly acquiring the vices of the white man while losing their "savage" virtues), his passion for his work is evidence of a profound respect and affection for his subjects, clearly demonstrated in this magnificent book. 275 illustrations, 150 in color.
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