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Horden, John
A Grammar of the Cree Language; As Spoken by the Cree Indians of North America
Charlston [London], Bibliolife/Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1881. Print-on-demand. Paperback. pp. 238. 8vo. Light shelfwear; very good. .
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Book number: 084303
USD 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 9.25 | £UK 8 | JP¥ 1563]
Keywords: Language

 
Houston, John [trans.]
Pangnirtung 1988 Prints
Pangnirtung, NWT, Pangnirtung Eskimo Co-operative Ltd, 1988. Paperback. pp. 40. Oblong 8vo. Black and white illustrations. Light general shelfwear, faint sunning and rubbin to front cover; else very good. .
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Book number: 071583
USD 20.00 [Appr.: EURO 18.5 | £UK 15.75 | JP¥ 3126]
Keywords: Inuit; Art; Baffin Island; Prints

 
Howley, James P.
The Beothucks or Red Indians; the Aboriginal Inhabitants of Newfoundland
Toronto, Prospero Books, 2000. Hardcover. pp. xx, 348. 8vo. Black & white illustrations and photographs. Light shelfwear; very good in very good plastic protected dustjacket. .
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Book number: 078631
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Howley, James P.
The Beothucks or Red Indians; the Aboriginal Inhabitants of Newfoundland
Toronto, Prospero Books, 2000. Hardcover. pp. xx, 348. Black and white plates. Light shelfwear; very good+ in very good+ dustjacket. .
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Book number: 087218
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 Howley, James P. [Patrick], The Beothucks or Red Indians; the Aboriginal Inhabitants of Newfoundland
Howley, James P. [Patrick]
The Beothucks or Red Indians; the Aboriginal Inhabitants of Newfoundland
Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1915. Hardcover. pp. 348. 4to. Bound in brown cloth with gilt lettering to spine. With 37 duotone plates. General shelfwear, faded lettering to slanted spine, a few small white spots to front board, light foxing, front free endpaper excised, evidence of moisture damage to front board, bottom edge of text block, and last few pages. Binding remains tight, and contents clean and unmarked; very good. Amtmann H-1244. Howley, who extensively travelled the interior of Newfoundland in his role as director of the Geological Survey there, and wrote prolifically about the minerals and geology of the province, herein "brought together all the written, oral, artifactual and palaeographic evidence he could accumulate on these indigenous peoples of Newfoundland, the last of whom died in 1829. It was the first comprehensive account of the Beothuks and is still recognized as a scholarly work, worthy of consultation many decades after its publication." Heritage Newfoundland. .
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Book number: 083306
USD 350.00 [Appr.: EURO 322.5 | £UK 274.75 | JP¥ 54709]

 
Howley, James P.
The Beothucks or Red Indians; the Aboriginal Inhabitants of Newfoundland (Canadian Collection)
Toronto, Prospero Books, 2000. Hardcover. pp. 348, xxxvii pages of black and white plate reproductions. Minor edgewear around spine; very good+ in a very good dustjacket with minor shelfwear. .
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Book number: 023992
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Hoxie, Frederick E. (ed.)
Encyclopedia of North American Indians; Native American History, Culture, and Life from Paleo-Indians to the Present
New York, Houghton Mifflin, 1996. Hardcover. pp. 755. 4to. Red binding with gilt lettering to spine. Light shelfwear; very good in very good dustjacket. .
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Book number: 085048
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Hoxie, Frederick E.
A Final Promise; the Campaign to Assimilate the Indians, 1880-1920
Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1989. Paperback. pp. xviii, 350. 8vo. Light general shelfwear, slight sunning to spine and damp warping to upper left corner of back cover; good-. .
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Book number: 070685
USD 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 14 | £UK 12 | JP¥ 2345]
Keywords: American Indigenous Relations; Assimilation

 
Hoxie, Frederick
This Indian Country; American Indian Activists and the Place They Made
New York, Penguin Books, 2013. Paperback. 8vo. Black and white maps and photographs. Light shelfwear, black marker slash to bottom edge; very good+. .
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Book number: 061442
USD 11.00 [Appr.: EURO 10.25 | £UK 8.75 | JP¥ 1719]

 Zeisberger, David; Archer Butler Hulbert and William Nathaniel Schwarze (ed.), David Zeisberger's History of the Northern American Indians
Zeisberger, David; Archer Butler Hulbert and William Nathaniel Schwarze (ed.)
David Zeisberger's History of the Northern American Indians
Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society, 1910. Hardcover. pp. 189. 8vo. Bound in burgundy cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Light edgewear, some sunning to spine, ink inscription to front pastedown. Binding tight and contents clean and unmarked; very good+. .
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Book number: 083276
USD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 69.25 | £UK 59 | JP¥ 11723]
Keywords: Iroquois; American History; Moravian; Missionary; Six Nations; Delaware; Aboriginal; Haudenosaunee

 
Igloliorte, Heather
We Were So Far Away; the Inuit Experience of Residential Schools
Ottawa, Legacy of Hope Foundation, 2010. Stapled Wraps. pp. 29. 4to. Light general shelfwear, previous owner's name inside front cover; very good. Text is in English, Inuktitut and French. .
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Book number: 072954
USD 35.00 [Appr.: EURO 32.25 | £UK 27.5 | JP¥ 5471]
Keywords: Residential Schools; Truth and Reconciliation; Arctic; Polar

 
Krech III, Shepard
Native Canadian Anthropology and History: A Selected Bibliography
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Rupert's Land Research Centre, at the University of Winnipeg, 1986. Wraps. pp. 214. 4to. Light shelfwear, ink name and date to inside front cover; very good-. .
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Book number: 078234
USD 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 9.25 | £UK 8 | JP¥ 1563]
Keywords: Bibliographies; Indians; Inuit; Anthropology;

 
Morriseau, Norval, illustrated and told by / Edited by Selwyn Dewdney [Morrisseau]
Legends of My People / the Great Ojibway
Toronto, Ryerson Press, 1965. Second printing. Hardcover. pp. xxii, 130. 8vo. Tan cloth with black lettering to spine and decoration to front board. Minor edgewear; very good. Dustjacket shows overall rubbing and some small chips and tears to edges. Second printing (stated) of the first edition. The author tells of the beliefs, tales and legends up to the present day of the Ojibway people of Lake Nipigon & Thunder Bay. Ill.: black-&-white illustrations.
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Book number: 091693
USD 250.00 [Appr.: EURO 230.5 | £UK 196.25 | JP¥ 39078]
Keywords: Folklore; Mythology; black-&-white illustrations

 
O.M.I. [Oblates of Mary Immaculate]
Anamie Nagamonan; Ojibwa [Chippewa] Hymns
O.M.I. [Oblates of Mary Immaculate], ND. Stapled Wraps. pp. 45. 12mo (14 cm). Wine-coloured stain on cover and bottom page edge, red stain at top edge, dark mark to last several pages, covers chipped at spine ends and loose from contents. Internally intact and free of markings. With Index. Ojibwa verses in syllabics and Latin, with some English. No musical scores. Self-published: appears to have been reproduced from a typewritten/handwritten document. Plain paper cover. .
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Book number: 067231
USD 100.00 [Appr.: EURO 92.25 | £UK 78.5 | JP¥ 15631]
Keywords: Roman Catholic; Missionaries; Hymns; Native American; Syllabics; latin

 [United Native Americans Inc.], The Warpath / Vol. II, No. 3; United Native Americans Liberation News Service
[United Native Americans Inc.]
The Warpath / Vol. II, No. 3; United Native Americans Liberation News Service
San Francisco, [United Native Americans Inc.], 1970. Folded leaves. pp. 16. Folio. Black and white illustrations. Light general shelfwear, age-toning, short closed tears to edges; overall, good+. "United Native Americans, Inc. (or U.N.A.) is a non-profit, tax exempt, corporation that was formed in 1968 in San Francisco, California to promote the general welfare of Native Americans. U.N.A. was founded by Indians for Indians and is controlled by Indians; there are no paid staff or officers in U.N.A. and all work is donated. U.N.A. is not funded by any of the funding agencies (Federal, State, or private) and exists solely on the support derived from membership dues, the sale of Warpath, the monthly newspaper, and from the sale of bumper stickers, buttons and posters, plus the few donations that have been received. .
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Book number: 070378
USD 200.00 [Appr.: EURO 184.25 | £UK 157 | JP¥ 31262]
Keywords: Land Claims; Bureau of Indian Affairs; Self-Governance; Self-Determination; Justice; Colonialism;

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