London: Henry Colburn, 1827. First edition in English. In Boards. Read More about The Natchez; an Indian Tale
[Washington, D.C: Government Printing Office, 1908]. Inscribed “With the regards of the author” on ffep. Read More about The History of Events Resulting in Indian Consolidation West of the Mississippi
Washington, D.C: 1899. First edition. With vivd ALS from the author to Hon. John Kean, dated Dec. 8th, 1899, presenting this book, and listing the three steps Adams believes necessary to resolve the “Indian question.”. Read More about A Delaware Indian Legends and The Story of Their Troubles
New York: Dayton and Saxton, 1841. First edition. Read More about American Antiquities and Researches into the Origin and History of the Red Race
Philadelphia: National American Indian Memorial Association Press, 1914. Second, revised edition. Stunning book. Read More about The Vanishing Race. The Last Great Indian Council ... The Concept of Rodman Wanamaker
Boston: J. Stilman Smith & Co, 1888. First edition. Ill treatment of Native Americans. RARE. These stories, based upon fact according to the preface, were gathered to help encourage the U. S. Government to provide laws to protect the rights of the Native Americans and to encourage reform. Whipple, the..... Read More about Lorin Mooruck; and Other Indian Stories [Introductory Letter from Edward Everett Hale,...
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: A Rutledge Book / Prentice-Hall, Inc, n.d.. First edition. Non-authorial gift inscription to Alistair Cooke from Dorothy Grimes. Read More about Dog Soldiers, Bear Men, and Buffalo Women. A Study of the Societies and Cults of the Plains Indians
Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1910. First edition. Read More about My Friend the Indian
New York: Boni & Liveright, . First edition. Read More about The Story of the American Indian
New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1893. First edition. Read More about Wah-Kee-Nah and Her People. The Curious Customs, Traditions, and Legends of the North American...
New York: [various, chiefly:] Keystone View Company, [c. 1900]. Collection of stereo views depicting Native Americans; including 33 photo stereo views published by Keystone and 19 color lithoprint views published by Griffith & Griffith. Tribes depicted include the Sioux, Snake River, Sac and Fox Indians, Navajo, Taos Indians, Blackfeet, Seminole..... Read More about Group of 61 photo and color lithoprint stereographs depicting Native Americans by Keystone,...
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1925. First edition, 271 of 500 copes, signed by the author. Read More about The Song of the Indian War
[Washington: 1851. 31st Congress, 2d Session. Senate Docuemtn 26. WAGNER-CAMP. He provides an accurate description of the New Mexico Territory and the frontier. He recommends the establishment of woolen factories as well as iron to inspire the economy and the people, he describes the natural resources and notes the numbers..... Read More about Report of the Secretary of War, communicating in compliance with a Resolution of the Senate,...
New York: Heye Foundation, 1921. Number 2 in the series of publications of the Museum of the American Indian. The beautiful color plates show turquoise objects made by the natives of Hawikuh, N.M. Read More about Turquois Work of Hawikuh New Mexico
Sandusky: D. Campbell & Sons, 1848. First edition. Scarce according to Eberstadt quoting Thompson 145 “2000 copies were printed but 1300 were destroyed by fire in a warehouse in Tiffin, Ohio in 1849”. Read More about History of Seneca County: Containing a Detailed Narrative of the Principal Events that have...
Restigouche, P.Q: The Micmac Messenger [Impr. Apost. F. Paillart, Abbeville (France)], 1921. New edition. Religious instruction and catechism in the Micmac language. Read More about Sacred History in Micmac. … Sag metj teli pmi Alasotmeoinoimgel osgitgamog. [At head of title:]...
Chatham: 9 April 1763. Kennedy was the Commander of H. M. S. “Coventry.” Document instructing him that his ship was being outfitted to be sent to North America, and requiring “utmost despatch in getting her ready for the Sea.” Following the end of the French and Indian War the British..... Read More about Manuscript document, one page, signed by Thomas Orby Hunter, James Harris (tear affecting letter)...
Los Angeles: Stellar-Millar, 1936. First edition. Read More about The Kachinas Are Coming. Pueblo Indian Kachina Dolls with Related Folk Tales. Foreword by Dr....
New York: Harper & Brothers, (1927). Later edition (first is 1923). Read More about The Book of the American Indian
(Portland, Oregon): The Champoeg Press, 1957. First edition, one of 804 copies, designed and printed by Lawton Kennedy. With an 8 pp. signature of an 1880 St. Ignatius Mission press printing, no. 7 of checklist laid in. Read More about Jesuit Mission Presses in the Pacific Northwest. A History and Bibliography of Imprints 1876-1899
Butler, Pennsylvania: Ziegler Printing Co, . Read More about The Indian Chiefs of Pennsylvania, or, a Story of the Part Played By the American Indian in the...
New York: Mason Brothers, 1856. First edition. Inscribed on pastedown in Smith's hand "From Mr. Smith Me. 10 '60."With 'A Letter to Frederick Douglass' at pp. 401-411. Read More about Speeches of Gerrit Smith in Congress
New York: Harper & Brothers, 82 Cliff Street, 1843. First edition. Read More about Incidents of Travel in Yucatan
Sussex (formerly Deckertown): The Wantage Recorder, 1902. First edition. Read More about A Minisink Double Wedding. A Story of an Old Minisink Village Between the Minisink Indian War of...
New York: Published by Dayton & Newman, 127 Broadway, 1842. First edition. This monument was the mark the burial place of Uncas. This author also wrote biographies of Red Jacket, Joseph Brant (“best biography of an American Indian”) and Sir William Johnson., While these biographies are all in Howes, this..... Read More about Uncas and Miantonomoh; A Historical Discourse