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Annual Reports of the Department of the Interior for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1904. Indian Affairs. Part I. Report of the Commissioner, and Appendixes.
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1905. 1st. Hardcover. 15x23cm. Boards present but detached, partly edgeworn, rear stained; one panel remains from the spine with some degradation; slight chipping to edges of early and final pages, stain along base edge of foldout map at rear, stain on front free endpaper, staining on pages either side of binding diminishing through first two dozen pages, bulk of content clean and uncreased.. Fair .
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Book number: MPS3793
GBP 16.70 [Appr.: EURO 18.5 US$ 20.31 | JP¥ 2161]
Keywords: American Government Congress Annual Reports Fiscal Year Indian Affairs House of Representatives Documents

Hearings Before the Committee on Indian Affairs United States Senate on the Bill S. 2087 to Incorporate a Company for Breeding Horses on the Crow Indian Reservation, Montana, and for Other Purposes and on the Bill S. 2963 for the Survey and
Allotment. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1908. 1st. No Binding. 14.5x23cm.OF INDIAN LANDS NOW EMBRACED WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE CROW INDIAN RESERVATION, IN THE STATE OF MONTANA, AND THE SALE AND DISPOSAL OF ALL SURPLUS LANDS AFTER ALLOTMENT. Page block only, imperfections and minor damage to outer pages' edges, no internal markings or obstructions to text. Document No. 445.. Fair to Good BLOCK ONLY .
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Book number: MPS3810
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Keywords: Washington Congress Senate Government Printing Office Hearings Committee Indian Affairs Legislation Reservation Land Use Horse Breeding Montana American History Documents

Indians in Minnesota
St. Paul, Minnesota: League of Women Voters of Minnesota, 1971. Paperback. 15x22.8cm. "The League of Women Voters of Minnesota hopes that through this publication there will be greater understanding of Indian needs, and a greater will to work with Indians towards solutions". Content is clean and uncreased, covers spotted, names penned top of front cover, surface imperfections on spine where stickers removed.. Good .
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Book number: P253
GBP 4.20 [Appr.: EURO 4.75 US$ 5.11 | JP¥ 543]
Keywords: Indian Women Minnesota American History Relations Ethnology

Proposed Settlement of Maine Indian Land Claims - Hearings Before the Select Committee on Indian Affairs United States Senate Ninety-Sixth Congress Second Session on S. 2829 to Provide for Settlement of the Maine Indian Land Claims - Volume 2
Appendix Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1980. Paperback. 14.5x23.1cm. Block remains tight and fairly true, pale green covers are soiled mainly with rubbing marks, rear worse than front; spotting to edges of page block, internally clean and uncreased; 1344 pp.. Very Good .
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Book number: MPS4346
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Keywords: United States Senate Select Committee Indian Affairs Land Claims Settlement Maine West Coast America Eighties

Reports of the Department of the Interior for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30 1914; Administrative Reports in 2 Volumes - Volume II, Indian Affairs Territories
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1915. 1st. Hardcover. 15.5 x 23.5 Cm. VOLUME TWO ONLY. 546 pages, 3 foldout maps, one (Alaska) has been incorrectly folded resulting in extra creasing and also has small area of loss over the central fold line which seems cut, for no discernible purpose or reason so could possibly be fault of manufacture; content otherwise very good to near fine. Spotting only to edges of page block, inside front cover and front free endpaper. Maroon/brown (depends on the light) cloth, gilt titling on spine bearing handling creasing and slight wear to ends, small surface hole/imperfection top edge of front board, negligible wear to fore edge corner extremities. Binding weave exposed between final page of text and map at rear. 880g.. Very Good .
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Book number: 02810
GBP 35.00 [Appr.: EURO 38.5 US$ 42.57 | JP¥ 4529]
Keywords: Alaskan Indians, History of Alaska, Hawaii Hawaii, Department the Interior, North American Indians Fiscal Year Reports 1914 Early 20th Twentieth Century Territories

Five Civilized Tribes of Indians. Hearings Before the Committee on Indian Affairs of the House of Representatives on H.R. 108 to Confer Upon the Superintendent of the Five Civilized Tribes Certain Jurisdiction
Washington, USA: Government Printing Office, 1916. 1st Edition. Paperback. 8vo. 1st.ed. orig.stapled wraps. staples rusted. rubbed at edges small tears and starting to pull away from staples. foxed. internally vg. 193pp. Good .
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Book number: PD92
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Keywords: Native American Indians. North Five Civilized Tribes. Committee on Indian Affairs. H.R. 108.

Hearings Before the Special Committee on Investigations of the Select Committee on Indian Affairs United States Senate One Hundred First Congress First Session on Federal Government's Protection of Wind River and Sac and Fox Water Resources. May 16
1989 W Washington Dc: U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, 1989. 1st Edition. Paperback. 8vo. 1st.ed. orig.stapled wraps. staples sl.rusty. vg+. 137pp. Very Good .
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Book number: PD146
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Keywords: Native American Indians. North Sac. Fox. Federal Government. Wind River. Water Resources.

The Iroquois Restoration - Iroquois Diplomacy on the Colonial Frontier, 1701-1754
Detroit, USA: WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1983. 1st. Hardcover. 15.5 x 23.5 Cm. ".tells the story of power, politics, and relations with Indians and whites on the colonial frontier. In part, it is a familiar story of Indian wars, scalping, the fur trade, exploitation, torture, disease, land-grabbing, and alcohol. In addition, it is a story about shrewd diplomats and wise statesmen.Aquila focuses on the history of Iroquois diplomacy during the first half of the eighteenth century. As background, he surveys the rise and fall of Iroquois power during the 1600s and provides a detailed analysis of Iroquois involvement with both Indians and whites between 1701 and 1754. Aquila shows that Iroquois power was at its nadir in 1700, and that after that date the five Iroquois nations of New York established a program aimed at restoring the pwer and prestige of the Iroquois confederacy." Slate grey boardss, silver title on spine, spotting to edges of page block, faint spotting to inside covers and endpapers, main content clean and crisp. Intact jacket lightly rubbed at edges and extremities, spine slightly sunned.. Very Good to Near Fine .
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Book number: MPS3599
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Keywords: Iroquois Restoration Restitution New Deal American Revolution Aquila Politics History 18th Eighteenth Century

The Removal of the Choctaw Indians
Knoxville: The University of Tennesse Press, 1970. 1st. Hardcover. 16x23.3CM. "The Choctaw Nation, one of the largest and most properous tribes of American Indians east of the Mississippi River, was the first tribe to be removed by the federal government from its ancestral home to assigned lands in the trans-Mississippi West. For the government, the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, signed on September 27, 1830, marked the end of a long period of formulation and the beginning of its Indian policy - a policy of removal. Thus, the Choctaw removal, although important in itself, is doubly important as the prototype that established the pattern of Indian removal in the nineteenth century." Red boards, gilt & black titling and black illustration on spine slightly creased at ends; content clean, crisp and uncreased, binding tight; price clipped jacket bears rubs and scuffs, sunned spine creased at head.. Very Good to Near Fine .
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Book number: MPS3673
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Keywords: American Indians Choctaw Nation Mississippi River Dancing Rabbit Creek 19th Century

Crosscurrents Along the Colorado: The Impact of Government Policy on the Quechan Indians
Arizona: University of Arizona Press, 1981. 1st Edition. Paperback. 8vo. 1st.ed. p/b. rubbed. sl.creased. sl.marked. nicks to edges of rear cover. top & tail spine v.sl.bumped. some highlighting. pegs sl.marked. vg reading copy. 184pp [When in 1893 the Quechan Indians of Fort Yuma, California, gave up tracts of fertile farmland in the Colorado River basin in return for Federal aid, they hardly could have anticipated the ensuing deterioration of their economic, political, and cultural self-determination]. Good .
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Book number: PD73
GBP 5.00 [Appr.: EURO 5.5 US$ 6.08 | JP¥ 647]
Keywords: Native American Indians. North Quechan. Yuma. Government Policy. History.

Killing the White Man's Indian : Reinventing of Native Americans at the End of the Twentieth Century
New York: Doubleday, 1996. 1ST EDITION, 1ST PRINTING. Hardcover. 16.5x24cm. ".bravely confronts our myths and misconceptions to reveal the realities of tribal life today. Following two centuries of broken treaties and virtual extermination of the "savage red man," Americans have recast Native Americans into another equally steroetyped role, that of eternal victims, politically powerless and weakened by poverty and alcoholism, yet whose spiritual ties with the natural world form the last, best hope of salvaging our natural environment and ennobling our souls." Almost like new but for creased spine of book and jacket, jacket also slightly scuffed at head.. Very Good to Near Fine .
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Book number: MPS3553
GBP 6.70 [Appr.: EURO 7.5 US$ 8.15 | JP¥ 867]
Keywords: Native American Indian Territorial Dispute Governmental Bordewich Geography Politics Social History

Restitution - the Land Claims of the Mashpee, Passamaquoddy, and Penobscot Indians of New England
Boston: NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1985. 1st. Hardcover. 15.5 x 23.5 Cm. "With the virtuosity of a practiced storyteller and the precision of a journalist, Paul Brodeur recounts the efforts of three American Indian tribes - the Mashpee of Cape Cod and the Passamaquoddy and the Penobscot of Maine - to win restitution for lands they lost since the American Revolution. For each of the tribes, the outcome hinged largely on the provisions of the Nonintercourse Act of 1790, which prohibited the sale of Indian lands without the express approval of the United States Congress." Green cloth, white title on spine, white illustration on front; internally fine. Jacket intact with negligible handling signs to edges, rear marked at edges.. Near Fine .
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Book number: MPS3590
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Keywords: Mashpee Indians Claims Land Tenure Passamoaquoddy North America Government Congress Ethnography New England Bartlett Brodeur Tureen

Tribalism in Crisis - Federal Indian Policy, 1953-1961
Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1982. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 16x23.5cm. "This study of federal Indian policy during the Eisenhower era is the first complete account of a particularly significant period in recent Native American history. It describes the efforts of a bloc of conservative western congressmen known as terminationists to reverse the policies that had guided the Bureau of Indian Affairs under President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The Indian New Deal had supported tribal sovereignty and attempted to help Native Americans adjust to change at their own pace and within their own cultures. The terminationists advocated the withdrawal of federal services and supervision from Native Americans, calling for a return to the policy of assimilating Indian people into the dominant culture that had characterized federal policy in the early years of the twentieth century." Brick red cloth, gilt title on spine, spotting to edges of page block and crease to base of spine the only external flaws; content clean, crisp and uncreased, almost like new, binding tight. Light rub marks to intact jacket bearing minor imperfections/scuffing at corners, plus split at top rear fore edge corner at the crease.. Very Good to Near Fine .
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Book number: MPS3826
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Keywords: American Indian Federal Policy Eisenhower Era Assimilation Glenn Emmons Congress

The Makah Indians - a Study of an Indian Tribe in Modern American Society
Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1953. 1st. Hardcover. 15x22.3CM. "Dr. Colson gathered the material for this book when she lived amongst the Makah Indians on their reservation at Neah Bay, Washington, during 1941 and 1942.The scope of her work is wide and her book should be of interest to social scientists generally and not merely to anthropologists." Clean burgundy red boards bear a few negligible dimples to surface, sound edges, gilt titling on spine; foxing to edges of page block, previous owner's inscription on front free endpaper, minor foxing to preliminary pages, similar to rear, main content mostly clean but for occasional encroachment of spots at edges. Binding is tight. Jacket is price clipped, spotted and slightly darkened, although red printed titling remains quite bright, edges are rubbed.. Good to Very Good .
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Book number: MPS3834
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Keywords: Makah Indian Tribes American Integration Assimilation Relations

Indians and Bureaucrats - Administering the Reservation Policy During the CIVIL War
URBANA CHICAGO LONDON: University of Illinois Press, 1974. 1st. Hardcover. 15.6X23.6CM. "Seeking to determine why the American Indians were so dreadfully wronged in the nineteenth century, Danziger provides the first broad analysis of the activities of the Office of Indian Affairs during the Civil War period, when an attempt was made to gather all Indians on western reservations and teach them "the white man's way of life." In discussing the insurmountable problems of Indian Office field officials and Washington's response to them, Danziger reveals the overwhelming complexity of the Indian problem as well as the significance of Indian Office bureaucrats on the frontier." Pale beige/yellow/greyish (weird colour) cloth, dark brown title on spine, light spotting to edges of page block otherwise fine; jacket intact without marking, spine is sunned, slight handling imperfections to base edges and top corners.. Near Fine .
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Book number: MPS3705
GBP 6.70 [Appr.: EURO 7.5 US$ 8.15 | JP¥ 867]
Keywords: CIVIL War American History Reservation Policy Government Relations Administration Danziger Congress Federal

The Iroquois and the New Deal
New York: Syracuse University Press, 1981. 1st. Paperback. 14x22.2cm. "Besides describing a significant phase of Iroquois history, Hauptmann suggests a formula that would apply to other tribes' experiences wioth the New Deal and could be a prescription for present policy."-The Journal of American History."Hauptmann displays an excellent understanding of the New York Iroquois and their sense of tribal sovereignty. He ably traces how these attitudes developed and their role in the Indians' relations with New York and the federal government before and during the New Deal."-Pacific Historical Review." Top fore edge corners of front and rear covers creased, front edge of spine creased, surface imperfection front and rear where old stickers removed, edges lightly rubbed; block remains tight and true, main content clean and crisp.. Good to Very Good .
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Book number: MPS3598
GBP 5.70 [Appr.: EURO 6.5 US$ 6.93 | JP¥ 738]
Keywords: Old New York State Americana Deal Politics Government Native American Indians Hauptmann History

Dene Nation - the Colony Within
Toronto AND BUFFALO: University of Toronto Press, 1977. 1st. Hardcover. 15.5 x 23.5 Cm. "This collection of papers by some twenty contributors has been selected in the main from presentations made to the Berger Inquiry, and reflects the efforts of the Dene people to block the construction of a pipeline throught the Mackenzie Valley lands they claim as their own. The issue is broader than a pipeline or even a land claim, and the presentations go well beyond showing the adverse effects of a pipeline, serious though these may be, and beyond asserting an aboriginal claim to the land, valid though that may be. Rather, they reflect the Dene nation's fundamental perception that their struggle is for the most universal of human rights, the right to be a self-determining people, living with their land as they have always done." Minor impact creasing at head of spine, lower front fore edge corner a litle pinched, red title on spine slightly faded, white areas fantly grubby, black rear shows scratches; content clean and uncreased, binding sound.. Good to Very Good .
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Book number: MPS3680
GBP 5.20 [Appr.: EURO 5.75 US$ 6.32 | JP¥ 673]
Keywords: Tinne Indians Government Relations Essays Lectures North America Canada Pipe Lines Territories Social Reform

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