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[Literature] Novels, Stories, and Memoirs about Indian Life

includes: Arnold, Elliott. Blood Brother. 1979 Balch, F. H. The Bridge of the Gods: A Romance of Indian Oregon. 1890 Berger, Thomas. Little Big Man. 1964 Brown, Dee. Action at Beecher Island. 1967 Brown, Dee. Creek Mary's Blood. 1980 Chalmers, Harvey. Tales of the Mohawk, First Series: Stories of Old New York State From Colonial Times to the Age of Homespun. 1968 Clark, Ann. Brave Against the Enemy: A Story of Three Generations- of the Day Before Yesterday, of Yesterday, and of Tomorrow. 1944. (Sioux language translation alongside English) De Poncins, Gontran. Kabloona. 1941 Eastman, Charles A. Indian Heroes and Great Chieftains. 1918 Eckert, Allan W. A Sorrow in Our Heart: The Life of Tecumseh. 1992 Hubbard, Ralph. The Wolf Song. 1978 (signed by author) Lamb, May Wynne. Life in Alaska: The Reminiscences of a Kansas Woman, 1916-1919. Edited by Dorothy Wynne Zimmerman. 1989 Lauritzen, Elizabeth M., ed. An Anthology of North American Indian Literature, Book 2 Linderman, Frank B. American: The Life Story of a Great Indian. 1930 McPhee, John. The Survival of the Bark Canoe. 1990 Mints, Margaret Louise. The Fading Trail: A Story of the Eastern Woodland Indians of South Jersey. 1992 Momaday, N. Scott. The Ancient Child. 1990 Momaday, N. Scott. House Made of Dawn. 1968 Momaday, N. Scott. In the Presence of the Sun: Stories and Poems, 1961-1991. 1992 Schultz, J. W. My Life as an Indian. 1981 Seidman, Robert J. One Smart Indian. 1979 Red Fox, Chief William. The Memoirs of Chief Red Fox. 1971 Rosen, Kenneth, ed. The Man to Send Rain Clouds: Contemporary Stories by American Indians. 1974 Ruesch, Hans. Top of the World. 1951 Silko, Leslie Marmon. Ceremony. 1977 Turner III, Frederick W., ed. The Portable North American Indian Reader. 1974 Waters, Frank. The Man Who Killed the Deer. 1970 Waters, Frank. People of the Valley. 1969 Wilson, Gilbert L. Goodbird the Indian: His Story. 1914 Witt, Shirley Hill and Stan Steiner., eds. The Way: An Anthology of American Indian Literature. 1974閱讀更多

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[Cultural Studies] Books on American Indian Dance, Clothing, and Traditions

includes: Beck, Peggy V., and Anna L. Walters. The Sacred: Ways of Knowledge, Sources of Life. 1988 Brookens, Carol J. Workbook for Native American Cultures. 1974 Brookens, Carol J. Workbook for Native American Cultures. 1974 (answer key included) Carroll, C. Richard., ed. Days Past. 1974 Costo, Rupert. The American Indian Reader: History. 1974 Henry, Jeanette., ed. The American Indian Reader: Anthropology. 1972 Henry, Jeanette., ed. The American Indian Reader: Education. 1972 Henry, Jeanette., ed. The American Indian Reader: Literature. 1973 Heth, Charlotte. Native American Dance: Ceremonies and Social Traditions. 1993 Hofsinde, Robert. Indian Warriors and Their Weapons. 1965 Jacobson, Daniel. Great Indian Tribes. 1970 Jogensen, Joseph G. The Sun Dance Religion: Power for the Powerless. 1972 Jones, Louis Thomas. Indians at Work and Play. 1971 La Barre, Weston. The Peyote Cult. 1971 MacFarlan, Allan and Paulette. Handbook of American Indian Games. 1985 Mails, Thomas E. The Mystic Warriors of the Plains. 1972 Nabokov, Peter, and Robert Easton. Native American Architecture. 1989 Paterek, Josephine. Encyclopedia of American Indian Costume. 1996 Paterek, Josephine. Encyclopedia of American Indian Costume. 1996 Pike, William., comp. Indian History and Culture: 65 Lessons for Modern Indians. 1973 Pike, William., comp. Indian History and Culture: 65 Lessons for Modern Indians. 1972 Tax, Sol., ed. Indian Tribes of Aboriginal America: Selected Papers of the XXIXth International Congress of Americanists. 1952 Vogel, Virgil J. American Indian Medicine. 1982閱讀更多

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* Wildey Auto Magazine Pistol, .45 Win. Magazine
* Wildey Auto Magazine Pistol, .45 Win. Magazine caliber, 8" barrel, serial number 09-1496. Stainless steel finish, wood checkered grips. This gun is like new in its original box with papers. Cowan's Auctions
Painted Wooden Totem Pole
Colorfully painted wooden totem pole with six whimsical carvings; height 26.25 in. x width 4 in. second quarter 20th century Cowan's Auctions
Painting of Stable After John Frederick Herring, Oil on Canvas
John Frederick Herring, Sen. (British, 1795-1865), signed l.r.; 37.5 x 26 in. and housed in decorative frame. Cowan's Auctions
Loetz-Style Textured Vase with Metal Fitting
Continental. A shouldered-form and textured vase with an iridescent green, shaded to purple, glass, overlaid at rim with a metal collar of berries and leaves, the base with a metal cap and dolphin mounts. Signed to metal, Chase; ht. 9.5 in. Cowan's Auctions
Reproduction Prints from Cezanne, Beaudin, and
Reproduction Prints from Cezanne, Beaudin, and Matisse, Including one etching from Cezanne measuring 4.75" x 4"; one woodcut from Matisse measuring 9.75" x 7, with Lourve Museum blind stamp; and one lithograph from Beaudin measuring 15.5" x 12".Franklin Folger (1919-2007) was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. His drawing ability was recognized at an early age, and following his high school education at Withrow High School, Folger enrolled in the Cincinnati Art Academy-- beginning a relationship with the school that would last a lifetime. With the exception of a four year stint in the Army from 1942-1947, Folger never left the Queen City. Given the artistÆs sense of humor, work ethic, and keen sense of cultural observation, he was drawn to the life of a cartoonist. His cartoon, called ôThe Girlsö, first appeared in the Cincinnati Enquirer and was quickly syndicated nationally in the following years. The near immediate success of the cartoon enabled Franklin to work from his home in Downtown Cincinnati. For the next several decades, Franklin devoted himself to his art and collecting. FolgerÆs collecting tastes were indicative of his livelihoodùhe appreciated linear forms, printmaking, figural studies and above all, the female nude. He collected primarily modernist works from both highly regarded 20th century artists and relatively unknown local artists who were striving to make a career. Folger established relationships with both the Graphic-Circle and the Associated American Artists in New York, as each were organizations which supported up-and-coming artists during the middle of twentieth century. His correspondence with the two groups was frequent, and he would often receive catalogues and place orders for works on paper. Folger was above all a patron of the Cincinnati Arts. His appreciation for the Cincinnati Art Academy and other local institutions which were so influential on the formation of his career is evidenced by FolgerÆs vast collection of works from Cincinnati artists. Again, Folger maintained close relationships with several galleries within Cincinnati: ClossonÆs Art Gallery, SuderÆs, Flair Gallery and others. He frequently attended shows and exhibitions for contemporary artists, and supported them by purchasing their works. The collection Folger amassed during his lifetime is a tightly thematic blend of modernist paintings, sculpture and works on paper. His emphasis on Cincinnati artists echoed these styles, and his mid-century modern collection of furniture (sold in these sales rooms, June 21st, 2008) merged seamlessly with his collection of fine art. Cowan's Auctions
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