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Books:Non-Fiction:Western Americana:American Indians:Culture

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The Piasa or the Devil Among the Indians, Armstrong, Perry Austin
1 The Piasa or the Devil Among the Indians

Armstrong, Perry AustinNew, Coachwhip Publications, 2011, 


Perry Austin Armstrong (1823-1904) was a lawyer, politician, statesman, and historian residing in Morris, Grundy County, Illinois. He had a strong interest in Native American history within that state, writing several books on their history and traditions. The Piasa is his research into strange petroglyphs along the Mississippi River depicting monstrous creatures.; Biofortean Reprint Series; 8.50 X 5.40 X 0.20 inches; 54 pages, 


Price: 7.95 USD 7.16 USD 
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FORTY YEARS AMONG THE INDIANS -  A True Yet Thrilling Narrative of the Author's Experiences Among the Natives, Jones, Daniel W.
2 FORTY YEARS AMONG THE INDIANS - A True Yet Thrilling Narrative of the Author's Experiences Among the Natives

Jones, Daniel W.Good with no Dust Jacket, Bookcraft, 1960, Salt Lake City, UT


Cover has edge and corner wear. Previous owner name inside front cover, marked out in black marker. ; A true yet thrilling narrative of the author's experiences among the Indians. Foreword by A. R. Mortensen. 1960 reprint of the classic. Jones crossed the plains in 1847 to fight in the Mexican War and encountered many Indians along the way. He became acquainted with the Mormons while in Santa Fe and met some members of the Mormon Battalion. He later traveled to Utah and eventually joined the Church. He spent much of the rest of his life working with and proselyting among the Indians in the southwestern United States and Mexico. He had involvement with the Comanches, Snake tribe, Utes, Maricopas, Pimas, and many other American Red Indians. Enjoy this Dan Jonesí classic which contains a fast-paced narrative of his many journeys across the American West, the difficult and sometimes secret jobs he did for Brigham Young, his adventures with Indians and outlaws, and finally his perilous missionary journey into Old Mexico. ; 6.25" x 9.25"; 378 pages, 


Price: 12.00 USD 10.80 USD 
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Twenty Tepee Tales, Lotz, M. Marvin & Monahan, Douglas
3 Twenty Tepee Tales

Lotz, M. Marvin & Monahan, DouglasVery Good-, Association Press, 1950, New York


Pamphlet slightly rubbed and edge worn. Pages are tight and clean. No noticed markings. Overall great condition! ; Not many of us outgrow the desire to listen to a story well told. A good story portrays life in action, drama that one can feel. The stories in this book are written for use with "Y" Indian Guide tribes. Although the situations wear the garb of Indian tradition, the character principles they illustrate apply to the lives of Big and Litte Braves today.; 5" x 8"; 71 pages, 


Price: 19.80 USD 17.82 USD 
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Treasury of Memory-Making Indian Campfires, MacFarlan, Allan
4 Treasury of Memory-Making Indian Campfires

MacFarlan, AllanVery Good in Very Good Dust Jacket, Bonanza, 1963, New York


Hardcover book is in good condition, with little wear and no noticed markings. DJ is worn, but protected by a clear plastic covering. ; 9" x 11"; 287 pages, Illustrated by Paulette Jumeau MacFarlan, 


Price: 14.00 USD 12.60 USD 
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Sculptured Anthropoid Ape Heads found in or Near the Valley of the John Day River, A tributary of the Columbia River, Oregon, Terry, James
5 Sculptured Anthropoid Ape Heads found in or Near the Valley of the John Day River, A tributary of the Columbia River, Oregon

Terry, JamesNew, Coachwhip Publications, 2011, 


Brand new softcover book!

; James Terry described several Native American sculpted stones from the Pacific Northwest that appear to show apelike characteristics. These stones have been of interest to cryptozoology enthusiasts, as, if Bigfoot exists, these may be intended to depict this undescribed primate. This is a facsimile reprint (with minor modification of the original oversized publication) of the original 1891 text.

; Biofortean Reprint Series; 10 X 7.01 X 0.08 inches; 32 pages, 


Price: 9.95 USD 8.96 USD 
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