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Sun Dance of the Blackfoot Indians
Catalog #: SKU3530

The Blackfoot tribes, particularly the Piegan, have been more extensively studied than most other Plains Indians. The writer began a systematic investigation of their culture in 1903.

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Tammany Legend, The
Catalog #: SKU3162

This history is almost a forgotten legend in the annals of American education. The Indian Chief dubbed St. Tammany and his importance to American Democracy and History.

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Te Pito Te Henua : Easter Island
Catalog #: SKU1416

The honor of the discovery of Easter Island is contested by several of the earlier voyagers in the Pacific. Spanish writers claim that the island was sighted by Mendana in 1566, but the account is by no means authenticated, and the records preserved are not sufficiently accurate to determine the exact track sailed over by that ancient mariner.

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Tongue of Time
Catalog #: SKU4033

American antiquities, Remains of the Giants, Geology, Volcanoes, Indian and Egyptian Magic, Somnabulism, Trances, Resuscitation, Persons with Two Souls, Learning Color by Touch

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Tongue of Time (Large Print Edition)
Catalog #: SKU4046

American antiquities, Remains of the Giants, Geology, Volcanoes, Indian and Egyptian Magic, Somnabulism, Trances, Resuscitation, Persons with Two Souls, Learning Color by Touch

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Totemism
Catalog #: SKU3863

A totem is a class of material objects which a savage regards with superstitious respect, believing that there exists between him and every member of the class an intimate and altogether special relation. The name is derived from an Ojibway Chippeway word totem, the correct spelling of which is somewhat uncertain.

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Traditions of the North American Indians
Catalog #: SKU3337

In the year 1695, a number of savans associated in Paris for the purpose of procuring information respecting the American Indians. The undertaking met with almost prompt and cordial support; the proudest names and the brightest lights of the age were enlisted in it.

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Unwritten Literatures of the Hopi
Catalog #: SKU1065

By a brief survey of present day Hopi culture and an examination into the myths and traditions constituting the unwritten literature of this people, this bulletin proposes to show that an intimate connection exists between their ritual acts, their moral standards, their social organization, even their practical activities of today, and their myths and tales-the still unwritten legendary lore.

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Vitcos: The Last Inca Capital
Catalog #: SKU2777

An archeological expedition into the last Inca capital city, Vitca.

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Washo Religion
Catalog #: SKU3199

This paper is the result of two and one-half months' field work among the Washo Indians of California and Nevada supported by the Department of Anthropology of the University of California and the Woodrow Wilson Foundation. In it I have tried to describe the religious beliefs and ritual activities of the Washo as they can be examined today. Where possible I have attempted to reconstruct the aboriginal patterns and trace the course of change between these two points in time. Large print 15 point font.

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White House of Ancient America : The Cliff Ruins of Canyon De Chelly
Catalog #: SKU1818

One of the most difficult ruins to get to in North America - a natural fortress built by the First Americans. This author was one of the first scientists to investigate and report on this magnificent edifice...

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Winter Solstice Altars At Hano Pueblo
Catalog #: SKU3841

All Hopi priests are very solicitous that sketches of the Patki altar in the Soyaluna should not be shown to Tewa men or women, and the Tewa men begged me to keep silent regarding their altars while conversing with the Walpi chiefs. There is a very strict taboo between the two peoples at the time of the Winter Solstice ceremony, which is more rigid than at other times.

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