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Ancient Secrets of Mysterious America
Catalog #: SKU3534

There is a buzzing, a stirring in the air. It's all around us and people are feeling it in every part of the world. You can tell something is going to happen. But when? Where? And who will be involved?

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Animal Figures from the Mounds of the Mississippi Valley
Catalog #: SKU1813

An object scientific view of the Mississippi Mound discoveries, giving the Native Americans more credit for the mounds and artifacts, rather than a lost race.

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Animal Figures In The Maya Codices
Catalog #: SKU1452

The various peoples inhabiting Mexico and Central America in early pre-Columbian times were accustomed to record various events, especially in regard to their calendar and the religious ceremonials in relation to it, on long strips of skin or bark. These were usually painted on both sides and folded together like a screen. Several of these codices are still in existence from the Nahua and Zapotec areas in Mexico, but only three have come down to us from the Maya region which is included in the peninsula of Yucatan, the states of Tabasco and Chiapas in Mexico, and portions of Guatemala and Honduras.

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Annals of the Cakchiquels
Catalog #: SKU3297

The Cakchiquels, whose traditions and early history are given in the present work from the pen of one of their own authors, were a nation of somewhat advanced culture, who occupied a portion of the area of the present State of Guatemala.

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Archaeology of the Yakima Valley
Catalog #: SKU3615

The following pages contain the results of archaeological investigations carried on by the writer for the American Museum of Natural History from May to August, 1903, in the Yakima Valley between Clealum of the forested eastern slope of the Cascade Mountains and Kennewick, between the mouths of the Yakima and Snake Rivers in the treeless arid region, and in the Columbia Valley in the vicinity of Priest Rapids.

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Autobiography of Ma-Ka-Tai-Me-She-Kia-Kiak
Catalog #: SKU3744

The story of my life is told in the following pages: it is intimately connected, and in some measure, identified, with a part of the history of your own: I have, therefore, dedicated it to you. The changes of many summers have brought old age upon me, and I can not expect to survive many moons. Before I set out on my journey to the land of my fathers, I have determined to give my motives and reasons for my former hostilities to the whites, and to vindicate my character from misrepresentation.

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Aztec Land
Catalog #: SKU3891

Bordering upon the United States on the extreme southwest, for a distance of more than two thousand miles, is a republic which represents a civilization possibly as old as that of Egypt; a land, notwithstanding its proximity to us, of which the average American knows less than he does of France or Italy, but which rivals them in natural picturesqueness, and nearly equals them in historic interest.

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Aztec Research
Catalog #: SKU3980

Research of the Aztec civilization that didn't make it into a published book.

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Cliff Palace of Mesa Verde
Catalog #: SKU3922

It is remarkable that this magnificent ruin (pl. 1) so long escaped knowledge of white settlers in the neighboring Montezuma valley. Cliff Palace is not mentioned in early Spanish writings, and, indeed, the first description of it was not published until about 1890.

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Conquest of Peru - Theft of a Civilization
Catalog #: SKU3636

The Captain Hernando Pizarro had departed with the hundred thousand pesos of gold and the five thousand marks of silver which were sent to His Majesty as his royal fifth.

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Deities of the Maya: REPRESENTATION OF DEITIES OF THE MAYA MANUSCRIPTS
Catalog #: SKU2305

The three manuscripts which we possess of the ancient Maya peoples of Central America, the Dresden (Dr.), the Madrid (Tro.-Cort.) and the Paris (Per.) manuscripts, all contain a series of pictorial representations of human figures, which, beyond question, should be regarded as figures of gods.

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Delight Makers, The
Catalog #: SKU2293

This story is the result of eight years spent in ethnological and arch

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Dine, The
Catalog #: SKU0821

Sandoval, Hastin Tlo'tsi hee (Old Man Buffalo Grass), was the first of the four chiefs of the Navaho People. I had known him for years. In late November 1928, he came to the Mesa Verde National Park, where I was then living, for the purpose of having me record all that he knew about his people.

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Doctrine of the Maya
Catalog #: SKU2250

Maya is one of the most important and prominent words in the vocabulary of the Vedanta philosophy.

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First Americans Mythology
Catalog #: SKU1820

While the author of this books has a degrading view of the simplistic life of the Natve American, and an 'unrealistic' praise of the white man society, he nevertheless provides insightful views of the First Americans' philosophy, religions, supersitions, and lifestyle. Many of us would prefer this simple life again...while many white men would starve if thrown into the clutches of survival life.

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