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Durant, OK: Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, 1978-80. Six issues of the tabloid-format newspaper, evenly toned with light wear. 12 to 20 pages per issue. Numbers present are vol. 1 no. 1, 5, 10, 11; vol. 2 no. 2 and vol. 3 no. 5. Choctaw news, including festivals, contemporary politics, and historical articles.
Oklahoma City: the newspaper, 1972. Single issue of the undeground newspaper, generally even toning, horizontal fold, moderate edgewear. This issue includes material on prisons, such as TX Bond's "The myth of prison reform," a full page painting by an Oklahoma prisoner, Leo Darrell Chandler, and a piece by Jim Cook...
New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1940. Hardcover. xviii, 476p., illus., signed by Ameringer on a page tippped in between the front free endpaper and the half-title page, first edition, endpapers browned, previous owner's name on front paste-down endpaper, crayon notation on rear free endpaper, hinges loose, corners bumped. No...
Los Angeles: The Ward Ritchie Press, 1972. Paperback. vii, 120p., profuse sepia photoportraits reproduced well on glazed alkaline paperstock, captioned with scattered commentaries. Also find an original fullpage line map in two colors. Softbound in 11.5x9 inch pictorial wraps; externally rather rubbed with a scuffed spine, else sound, clean within...
New York: Random House, 1995. Hardcover. 428p., first edition stated with correct Random House number line, quarter-cloth boards show mild handling wear; in a worn dj with closed tear on rear cover. Front free endpaper bears a personal inscription signed by the Native American author who lives in Berkeley. Historical...
no city, Oklahoma: Oklahoma Historical Society, 1949. Staplebound offprint, coated paperstock throughout with b&w period photography and text, 9x6 inch titled decorated wraps, slight dust-soil and mild signs of handling, good copy. First plate is an aerial view of the buildings and grounds in 1922, in Tulsa.
1994. xxviii., 336 p., spiral bound oversized wraps in very good condition. Early manuscript of his book of the same title, issued by the University of Massachusetts Press in 1999. "This copy should not used for quotations & references, rather the published copy from 1999 should be used"
Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996. xix, 204p., first printing, dj. Autobiography of the Black woman whose suit to enter the University of Oklahoma law school triggered much of the NAACP's legal strategy around the issue - and whose perseverance led her to become a regent at the university that...
New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1940. Pp.3-15 of 30p., seven b&w illustrations, softbound in stapled pamphlet form fastened into 9x6 inch printed wraps. Covers a bit toned and edgeworn with dust-soil along the spinefold, an otherwise clean sound copy. Noteworthy essays all; in particular, we find much on the.....
New York: HarperCollins, 1993. Hardcover. 343p., signed by the author, very good first edition in boards and unclipped dj. Sequel to "The Bean Trees" featuring an adopted Cherokee Nation daughter and the customs, history, and present living situation of the Cherokee Nation in Oklahoma.
Rome: Failli, 1935. ix, 199 p.,  leaves of plates; clerical edges worn, some pages uncut. Blank flyleaf has non-accession stamp from Tozzer Library at Harvard. Comitato Italiano per lo studio dei problemi della popolazione ; serie 3, v. 2. Numerous B&W photos of Seminoles, viewed from side and front...