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1 The American Indian: A conference in the American Philosophical Society Library (Library Publication No. 2) American Philosophical Society
Philadelphia, PA American Philosophical Society Library 1968 First Edition Softcover (Saddle-stapled) Good No Dust Jacket Book 4to up to 12" tall 
Pale blue wraps, staple-bound, cover and pages in typewriter style, 54 pages. Contents: "Franz Boas Collection" by George Stocking; "The Value of the Speck Papers for Ethnohistory" by Anthony Wallace; "Value of the Radin Papers for Linguistics" by Dell Hymes; "Little-Used Collections in the APS Library" by Murphy Smith; "Glottochronology" by C. F. Voegelin. Condition: Good; Pages are clean. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Southern Indian Studies (Volume XIII (13), October 1961), Archaeological Society Of North Carolina
2 Southern Indian Studies (Volume XIII (13), October 1961) Archaeological Society Of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC Archaeological Society of North Carolina and The Research Laboratories of Anthropology 1961 N/A Softcover (Saddle-stapled) Very Good No Dust Jacket Book 8vo up to 9" tall 
Light gray stapled wraps, 43 pages. Journal pertaining to the life and customs of the Indians in the Southern states, both prehistoric and historic. Contents of this issue: "Synthesis: Will o' the Wisp of New World Archaeology" by Ruth V. Evans; "Generic Western Names Identifiable in the Southeast" by Harold A. Huscher; "Some Eastern Cherokee Dances Today" by John D. Gillespie. Book Condition : Very Good; no text marks; minimal cover wear. 
Price: 17.50 USD
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3 Notes on the Akwa'ala Indians of Lower California (University of California publications in American archaeology and ethnology) E.W. Gifford and R.H. Lowie
Berkeley CA University of California Press 1928 1st Edition Soft cover Good Book 4to - over 9 - 12" tall 
Side-stapled oversize softcover, 14 pp. Short ethnographic study examines Shamans; kinship terms; vocabulary; and culture. Book Condition : Good; no text marks; wear, chipping, and small tears along cover edges; very light toning. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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4 Archaeologist at Work : A Story in Pictures Kinsey, W. Fred III
Harrisburg PA Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission 1964 Softcover (Side-stapled) Good Plus Book 4to - over 9 - 12" tall 
Photo essay (26 b&w photos) on basic archaeological methods at a dig site. Focus of research was a Susquehannock Indian burial site in Lancaster County Pennsylvania. Book Condition : Good+; former owner's name inside cover, no text markings; light creasing to covers; some cover corner curling and page tip creasing. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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5 Twenty-Seventh Biennial Report of the Board of Directors - Kansas Sate Historical Society July1, 1928 to June 30, 1930 Mechem, Kirke (secretary)
Topeka KS Kansas State Historical Society 1930 1st Edition Hardcover Good No Dust Jacket Book 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall 
Includes Proceedings 54th (10/15/1929) and 55th (10/21/1930) Annual meetings. Details annual operations of archives, library, historical monuments and the associated expenses. Also includes interesting articles on Native American religion and the Marmaton Massacre. Book Condition : Good, Ex-College Library; cataloging label remnant on bottom left front cover; slight cover corner wear; cataloging pocket and label inside rear cover; some aging of pages; text unmarked. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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6 Acculturation in Seven American Indian Tribes Ralph Linton (editor)
New York NY D. Appleton-Century Co. 1940 Hardcover Fair No Dust Jacket Book 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall 
Collection of 10 essays examining acculturation as a culture change process from an anthropological perspective, and field research on 7 tribes in the U.S. and Canada. Tribes include Southern Ute (CO), Fox (IA), Alkatcho Carrier (BC), Puyallup (WA), and more. Book Condition : Fair; Ex-College Library; a few pencil underlines, bookplate inside front cover; binding relaxed; scuffing to covers, wear to spine ends; catalog label at bottom spine; some small stains to text block; slip and pocket inside rear cover. No Dust Jacket. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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7 Cooking and Coping Among the Cacti: Diet, Nutrition and Available Income in Northwestern Mexico (Food and Nutrition in History and Anthropology) Roberta D. Baer
Routledge 1998 9056995758 / 9789056995751 1st Edition Hardcover Near Fine No Dust Jacket Book 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall 
Scholarly monograph on economy and diet in Sonora, a state in northwest Mexico. Considers ethnographic and economic variables effecting diet and nutrition. Book Condition : Near Fine; no text marks; light rubbing to covers; minimal wear. No dust jacket, glossy covers. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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8 The Ford at the Schuylkill: A Glimpse of Early Reading, Pennsylvania, From Lenapehoking to Frontier Outpost Scogna, Kathy M.
Reading PA Kathy M. Scogna 1998 0965229211 / 9780965229210 1st Edition Hardcover Fine Near Fine Book 4to - over 9 - 12" tall 
Issued for the 250th anniversary of Reading in Berks County Pennsylvania. Covers Native American settlements through 1776. Life in frontier Reading, cultural clashes with Native American tribes, much more. B&w photos and illustrations throughout. Appendices of land plots, justices, sheriffs , and row office holders. Book Condition : Fine; unmarked. Dust Jacket Condition : Near Fine; light shelf wear to edges. 250 commemorative sticker on top left front. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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9 The golden squaw: Being the story of Mary Jemison, the Irish girl stolen by the Indians from Buchanan Valley, Adams County, Pennsylvania, in 1758 ; a story too strange and grim not to be true Wiiliam W. Whalen
Philadelphia PA Dorance and Company 1926 Hardcover Fair No Dust Jacket Book 12mo - over 6 - 7" tall 
Likely 1st Edition. Fictionalized account of Mary Jemison, an Irish teen enigrant to America. She was captured by the Seneca Indians in Adams County Pennsylvania, became fully assimilated into the tribe and chose to remain with them after the Revolutionary War. Book Condition : Fair; no text marks, owner's name on front free end paper; start of separation at front, tape repair to free end papers and title page; scattered foxing; smudging/staing to covers; bumping to spine ends. No Dust Jacket as issued. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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