Please consider photos as part of the description
Ojibway Ceremonies, Basil Johnston, copyright 1982, Emblem edition 2008, 188 pages, near fine condition, no writing, binding tight and intact
The Business of Fancydancing, Stories and poems by Sherman Alexie, 1992, later printing, 84 pages, no writing, binding tight and intact
Teachings from the Longhouse, Chief Jacob Thomas, with Terry Boyle, 2013 edition including book mark, near new condition, no writing, binding is tight and intact.203 pages,
Breath Tracks, Jeannette Armstrong, 1991, 111 pages, near new condition, no writing binding is tight and intact
5 Indian Legends of Canada book Ella Elizabeth Clark 1960 – this edition reprinted 1980, 191 pages, paperback
6 Spirit Capture Photographs from the National Museum of the American Indian book 1998, Published by the Smithsonian Institute
Native Americans have been among the most popular subjects of photography since the invention of the medium more than 150 years ago. One of the most assiduous collectors of Native American objects and images was George Gustav Heye, whose vast collections now form the core of the holdings of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI).Spirit Capture brings together more than two hundred of the most compelling images from the NMAI collection with essays from Native and non-Native historians, anthropologists, and curators. Whether depicting runaway Wyandot girls being returned to their boarding school, a Seminole woman sitting at a sewing machine, or a Yaqui man sporting a pair of bandoliers, the photographs in Spirit Capture attest to the adaptive strength of Native Americans in the face of more than a century of profound economic, political, social, and spiritual change.
covers have tiny bent corners, extremely clean, crisp pages, no writing, no rips, no tears, binding is intact with no loose pages, Please consider photos as part of the description
7 Inuit & their land Nunavut Book… Donald J. Purich, 176 pages… YEAR: 1992… the story of the Inuit, their land, and their long struggle for self-government… CONDITION: Ex library, BINDING INTACT, CREASY, shows shelf wear
8 Native American Sweat Lodge Book… By Joseph Bruchac, 145 pages + 4 (see condition), YEAR:1993… rr he sweat lodge has many functions. It cleans and i heals the ‘body. It heals the mind, bringing clarity. It is a testing place, offering a rite of passage where a participant cwshow…used, pages are intact, shows some shelf wear
9 Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, books x7,
all booklets are intact with no rips, no tears, no writing, the Ontario book has a full frontal stain please see photo, does not affect the legibility.
i: the Canadian Indian, Indian Affairs Branch, 1966, An overview of Canada’s first nations, includes the treaties, education, social and economic status, self-government, education, and legal status
ii: Linguistic and Cultural Affiliations of Canadian Indian Bands, 1967, A statistical look at the 10 linguistic groups of Canadian Indians. Includes a table of Indian bands, listing the band, the population at the time, the linguistic group and district, and the cultural area.
(An Historical Overview)
iii: Indians of Ontario, 1966, Algonkian Indians, Cayuga Indians, Chippewa Indians, Cree Indians, Hurons, Iroquois Indians, Mohawk Indians, Ojibwa Indians, Oneida Indians, Onondaga Indians, Ottawa Indians, Seneca Indians, Tobacco Indians
iv: Indians of Quebec and the Maritime Provinces, 1967, overview of the various First Nations of the area, and the impact of European exploration, colonization, missionary work, and modern era events.
v: Indians of Yukon and Northwest Territories, 1967, Pre-history and history of northern Canadian Indians: the Dogribs, Chipewyan,Yellowknife etc.
vi Indians of the Prairie Provinces, 1967
vii: Indians of British Columbia, 1967, A history of the aboriginal population of British Columbia from 1774 to the 1960s. the viewpoints are written from the perspective of the Canadian government at that time.
10 The First North Americans Book… Margaret K. Zieman… 1973… How men learned to live in North America… Ex. Library, BINDING IS INTACT, creasing to the covers, no loose pages, shelf wear…