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Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1869. Illus. 12mo, original yellow decorated cloth, cloth lightly soiled, corners bumped, front endpaper and front flyleaf lightly soiled, lacks top of front flyleaf. Boston: Lee and Shepard, (1869). First Edition Author writes of the experiences of his brother, General Willard Barrows, in Iowa and on the Great Plains. Includes conflicts with American Indians. Howes B-188. Graff 196.
New York: Colophon, 1932. Various high-quality illustrations and text throughout. Unpaginated. Short 4to, pictorial boards, remnants of onionskin overwrapper. New York: Colophon/Pynson Printers, 1932. Limited first edition -- one of 3000 copies printed. A near fine copy. A notable part of this venerable publication, as it contains the original color woodcut "A Eagle Ceremony at Tesuque Pueblo" by German artist Gustave Baumann, known for his work of the American Southwest.
Albany: University of the State of New York, 1897. Many plates. 2 books, each with a folding map. 5 volumes in one. 4to, later black buckram with leather label, rubbed, original wrappers bound in and lightly soiled. Albany: University of the State of New York, 1897, 1898, 1900, 1901. First Editions. Very good Each title is inscribed by Beauchamp on the front wrapper. Individual titles are: 1. Aboriginal Chipped Stone Implements of New York. 2. Polished Stone Articles used by.....
Albany: New York State Education Department, 1907. 333pp. + 8pp. of publisher's ads. 8vo, rebound in later black cloth with original wrappers bound in, a few pencil marks in margins. Albany: New York State Education Department, 1907. First Edition. Very good. New York State Museum Bulletin 108. Cole 318.
London: Sampson Low, Marston, 1894. and a Visit to the Ruins of Patinamit, Utatlan, Palenque and Uxmal. Illus., 9 maps, 2 folding. 429pp. 8vo, original blue cloth, page margins uncut, cloth soiled, lightly worn in middle of spine and repaired on spine ends, corners bumped. London: Sampson Low, Marston, 1894. First Edition.
Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1980. Illustrated throughout, primarily in black & white. 253pp. Wide & short 4to, beige cloth, d.w. (chip near op left corner). Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, (1980). Second printing. A fine copy in a very good dust wrapper. School of American Research, Southwest Indian Arts Series. General editor: Douglas W. Schwartz.
Providence: J. A. & R. A. Reid, 1888. Frontispiece portrait and numerous other illustrations. 445 pages. Thick 8vo, original brown pictorial cloth (spine ends and corners worn). Providence: J. A. & R. A. Reid, 1888. First edition. A very good copy -- internally bright and clean. Both authors were veterans of the Civil War.
The Guidon Press, 1976. Illustrated by Lorence Bjorklund. 50pp. 8vo, 1/2 brown cloth. N.p.: The Guidon Press, (1976). Limited First Edition. Near Fine One of 100 numbered cloth bound copies. Signed by the author and illustrator. Inscribed a second time by the author on the front flyleaf. Four studies on George Armstrong Custer.
Boston: Russell, 1874. 13 plates. 407pp. 12mo, original 3/4 black morocco; (spine ends and edges of corners worn and repaired). Boston: B.B. Russell, 1874. First Edition. Very good (+). On March 15, 1697, Hannah Duston and her one week old baby were captured by Indians in Haverhill, Massachusetts. For several days she was forced to march through the snow without shoes. During an evening after reaching the Indians' village, Hannah Duston escaped by murdering nine Indians. She returned that same.....
Oklahoma: University Press, 1997. Foreword by Father Peter John Powell. Illustrations by Mont David Williams. Maps by William L. Nelson. Illustrated in black and white. xix, 232 pages. 8vo, green cloth. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, (1997). Very small hole in cloth at spine and lightly soiled, five pages inked with yellow highlighter, otherwise internally clean. A very good(-) copy.
Boston: Howe & Norton, 1825. in the Years 1689, 1690, 1692, 1696 and 1704. With Some Account of the Divine Providence towards Col. Benjamin Church. By His Son...To which is now added, an Index, Copious Notes and Corrections by Samuel G. Drake. Frontispiece of King Philip. 304pp. 12mo, modern 3/4 burgundy morocco, morocco lightly rubbed, many pages with light browning, scattered light foxing, including Frontis. Boston: Howe & Norton, 1825. Captain Benjamin Church formed and led the first ranger company.....
Santa Fe: Clear Light, 1993. Color plate illustrations reproducing photographs of each sculptor's work. Foreword by Roger G. Kennedy. Slim 4to, 139 pp., silver stamped black cloth, slipcase. A handsome survey of 18 prominent native sculptors. Santa: Fe Clear Light Publishers, 1993. Signed on the limitation page by the 13 living artists of the total of 18 featured in the survey . Limited Edition. Fine. Limited to one of 300 numbered copies.