University of Oklahoma Press
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Volume 254 of The Civilization of the American Indian Series. The real Crazy Horse: not the brash Sioux warrior often portrayed but a modest, reflective man whose courage was anchored by Lakota piety. Red cloth spine with gilt title, black paper boards. ISBN: 9780806137858. Lower corner of last few pages creased. Pictorial dustwrapper is lightly scuffed.
A comprehensive account of Wounded Knee exploring the complex events leading up to the tragedy, the killings themselves, and the troubled legacy that resulted. Red cloth spine with black title, red paper boards. B/w photos. ISBN: 9780806144481. Second printing.
Originally published in 1915. A record of the major nineteenth-century battles which the Cheyennes fought. Their own account of their early wars with other Indian tribes and their later conflict with the invading American forces. Brown and yellow cloth boards, blue title to spine and sketch to front. B/w photos. Top edge yellow. ISBN: 0806103477. Text block browned. Pictorial dustwrapper is grubby.
Olive green cloth with maroon/gilt title box to spine. Bumping along cover edges. Foxing and marks to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is edge-creased with tears and chips; some small amounts of loss; faded to spine.
JOE, THE SLAVE WHO BECAME AN ALAMO LEGEND
Written by Ron J. Jackson; Lee Spencer White.
Stock no. 1816272
Published by University of Oklahoma Press. 1st 2015. Nearly fine condition in a fine dustwrapper.
The Texas Revolution era. Joe Lee, the commanding officer's slave who witnessed the final assault on the Alamo and survived. Burgundy cloth spine with gilt title, cream paper boards. B/w illustrations. ISBN: 9780806147031.
OKLAHOMA BIRD LIFE
Written by Frederick M. Baumgartner; A. Marguerite Baumgartner. Illustrated by Wallace Hughes.
Stock no. 1811187
Published by University of Oklahoma Press. 1st 1992. Nearly fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
From water birds to birds of prey to the complex order of perching birds, Oklahoma is remarkable for the variety and extent of its bird life. Large format. Blue cloth boards, black title to spine. B/w photos and colour plates. xxxv and 443 pages including index. ISBN: 0806117923. Corners lightly bumped, contents fine. This copy would make a wonderful gift.
Card wraps. The story of a Western lawman. viii + 328 pages. B/w photos. Ninth impression. This copy would make a wonderful gift.