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Ten volumes on Native Americans from the University of Oklahoma  

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Ten volumes on Native American history and culture published by the University of Oklahoma



University of Oklahoma

Various dates


10 volumes. Most illustrated from photographs, maps, illustrations, etc. (8vo), cloth, illustrated dust jackets.

A selection of authoritative volumes from the University of Oklahoma Press on Native American history and culture. Maria: The Potter of San Ildefonso is signed by famous Tewa potter Maria Poveka.


  • Ewers, John C. The Blackfeet: Raiders on the Northwest Plains. Light rubbing to jacket. Near fine. First Edition. 1958.
  • Frink, Maurice. Photographer on an Army Mule. Jacket price clipped. With decorative bookplate on front free endpaper. Some wear to jacket; volume fine. First Edition. 1965.
  • McNitt, Frank. The Indian Traders. Jacket price clipped. Very good. Second Printing. 1963.
  • Marriott, Alice. Maria: The Potter of San Ildefonso.  Signed by Maria Poveka, the subject of the volume, at the frontispiece. Light wear; very good or better. First Edition. 1948.
  • Mathews, John J. The Osages: Children of the Middle Waters. Jacket price clipped. Some wear and rubbing to jacket; volume very good or better. First Edition. 1961.
  • Murray, Keith A. The Modocs And Their War. Chip missing from jacket at spine heel. very good. Second Printing (the first printing was entirely destroyed by a fire). 1959.
  • Rawls, James J. Indians of California: The Changing Image. Light wear; near fine. First Edition. 1984.
  • Ruby, Robert H. and  John A. Brown. Dreamer-Prophets of the Columbia Plateau. Smohalla and Skolaskin. Fine. First Edition.  1989.
  • Smith, Sherry L. Sagebrush Soldier; Private William Earl Smith's View of the Sioux War of 1876. Fine. First Edition. 1989.
  • Vaughn, Jesse W. Indian Fights: New Facts on Seven Encounters. Light wear to jacket; volume fine. First Edition. 1966.

Lot Amendments

Occasional light wear to jackets and cloth; occasional ownership signature, etc.; all volumes very good or better, most near fine.

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