TITLE AUTHOR PUBLISHER BINDING CONDITION PRICE
   African Women South of the Sahara  Margaret Jean (ed.) Hay  Longman Publishing  Paperback  Good  $9.50
 1995. Second Edition. Edited by Margaret Jean Hay & Sharon Stitcher. "Provides a comprehensive survey of the economic, social, cultural and political roles of women in Africa today and in the past. " 308 pages - indexed. Cover is worn & scuffed - has price label. Inside there is a small amount of underlining and bracketing of text.
   Lakota Hoop Dancer  Jacqueline Left Hand Bull  Dutton  Hardcover  New  $16.99
 1999. Co-written by Suzanne Haldene and with vivid, color photography also by Suzanne. The book features the artistic, traditional hoop dancing of Lakota native, Kevin Locke. It explores the art, the songs, the dance and the relative traditions of the Lakota people. Provocative and informative for all ages.
   Nahanni  Dick Turner  Hancock House  Hardcover  Very Good  $29.00
 1975 2nd printing. Signed by the author.Black and white photographs. 286 pages. No DJ. Clean and sturdy.
   Paintbrush and Peacepipe  Anne Rockwell  Atheneum  Hardcover  Fair  $3.75
 This is a stated first edition, but also a book club edition and an x-lib book. Still the information on the painter, George Catlin, is informative and intact. Sturdy binding, protective cover.
   Remnants of the First Earth  Ray A Young Bear  Grove Press  Hardcover  Mint  $5.75
 1st edition. An elegant hardcover volume. This is Ray A Young Bear's first full-length novel. It relates the story of a journey into manhood through a world poised uneasily between the ancient life of the Mesquakie forefathers and the ever-encroaching "blurred face of modernity". Originally published by Grove Press at $23.00 in 1996.


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