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1 The Sevierville Hill Site: A Civil War union Encampment on the Southern Heights of Knoxville, Tennessee
Bentz, Charles and Yong W. Kim (eds.) Tennessee Anthropological Association, and, The University of Tennessee Transportation Center 1993 1st Soft VG Quarto 
i-x; 148 pp.; Book is illustrated with photos, diagrams, tables and maps. 
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2 The Indian Tribes of the Upper Mississippi Valley and Region of the Great Lakes
Blair, Emma Helen Lincoln, Nebraska University of Nebraska Press 1996 Reprint Soft Very good Octavo 
412 Pp. Book is illustrated with photographs and drawings. Presents accounts of the Great Lakes and the Midwest, Specifically those of: Nicolas Perrot; Bacqueville de la Potherie; Morrell Marston and Thomas Forsyth. Important first-hand accounts of numerous Indian groups. A major contribution to ethnology and ethnohistory. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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3 An Analysis of Inca Militarism
Bram, Joseph 1966 hard very good Octavo 
vii; 85 Pp. UMVARF 
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4 Prehistory of the Southwest
Cordell, Linda S. Orlando, Flordia Academic Press, Inc. 1984 1st Hard Very good Quarto 
xviii; 409 Pp. Illustrated with photographs maps, and tables. UMVARF 
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5 The View From Madisonville: Protohistoric Western Fort Ancient Interaction Patterns
Drooker, Penelope Ballard 1997 Soft Very good Quarto 
xix; 390 Pp. Analysis of the collections from the Madisonville site and their interpretation to illustrate the significance the site played as an important node in the far-flung protohistoric trade system. Numerous tables and figures, including photographs of artifacts, maps, and site plans. MB 
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6 Stress and Warfare Among the Kayenta Anasazi of the Thirteenth Century A.D
Haas, Jonathan Haas and Winifred Creamer 1993 Soft VG Octavo 
Signatures of authors scribbled across the title i-xi; 211 pp.; Book details the tribes and tribal formation among the Kayenta Anasazi, excavations in Long House Valley and surveys done in the Tsegi Canyon. In addition to warfare, the book considers tribal formation. Book illustrated with photos, maps and tables 
Price: 35.00 USD
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7 Handbook of American Indians: North of Mexico Part 1
Hodge, Frederick Webb, Editor Washington D.C. Smithsonian Institution 1907 1st Hard G+ Octavo 
ix+972 Pp. Contains a descriptive list of the stocks, confederacies, tribes, tribal divisions, and settlements north of Mexico, accompanied with the various names by which they have been known, together with biographies of Indians of note, sketches of their history, archaeology, manners, arts, customs, and institutions and the aboriginal words incorporated into the English language. Contributors of the signed articles include 46 ethnologists and archaeologists ranging from S.A. Barrett to Cyrus Thomas, most of whom had extensive and intimate knowledge with Indians who lived in the pre-reservation period and whose languages they spoke. This volume covers topics extending from Aanetun to Mythology. This is the first part of what is arguably the most valuable publication of the BAE. Book is illustrated with photographs and maps, some folding. Rubbed on corners and at base of spine. Front cover loose. Not as bright as new. 
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8 New Worlds of Violence: Cultures and Conquests in the Early American Southeast
Jennings, Matthew Knoxville, Tennessee University of Tennessee Press 2011 Hard New New Octavo 
xiii; 270 Pp. Book is illustrated with maps and drawings. 
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9 Smoke and Mist: Mesoamerican Studies in Memory of Thelma D. Sullivan (Part 1 and Part 2)
Josserand, J. Kathryn and Karen Dakin 1988 Soft VG Quarto 
i-ix; 1-377 (Vol 1); 372 - 763 (Vol 2); Numerous eminent scholars examine various facets of Mexican culture, history, religion and iconography. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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10 Projectile Technology
Knecht, Heidi (ed.) 1997 Hard Very Good Octavo 
i-xviii; 408 pages. The book focuses on the addressing the questions concerning the design, manufacture, and use of projectile weapons, as well as the environmental and cultural influences on weapon selection and projectile design. It discusses the Paleolithic, Mesolithic and New World bows and arrows. It is a world ranging look at archaeological, ethnological and experimental bows, arrows and points. The book is illustrated with diagrams, photos, tables, charts and maps. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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11 Prehistoric Warfare in the American Southwest
LeBlanc, Steven A. 1999 Hard very good very good Small Quarto 
xi; 400 Pp. 64 figures including photographs, illustrations, and site plans. 6 tables. UMVARF 
Price: 40.00 USD
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12 Tales of the Yanomami: Daily Life in the Venezuelan Forest
Lizot, Jacques Cambridge University Press 1985 Hard VG Octavo 
i-xv; 201 pp.; Book is illustrated with photos. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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13 Pre-Seminole Florida: Spanish Soldiers, Friars, and Indian issions, 1513-1763
Matter, Robert Allen 1990 Hard Very good Octavo 
x; 191 Pp. Documents the Spanish religious and military colonization of Florida. Illustrated with maps and photographs. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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14 Archaeology in America, An Encyclopedia 1: Northeast and Southeast
McManamon, Francis P., editor Westport, CT Greenwood Publishing Group 2009 Hard Very good Quarto 
xxvi; 398 Pp. Book is illustrated with photographs and maps. Cover is color photo of Fort Smupter. Part of a four-volume set available for $200. Discusses numerous Paleoindian sites, particularly between VA and Nova Scotia: Archaic sites, particularly in the Tennessee and Mississippi valleys; Middle Woodland, particularly in the south; Mississippian sites such as Etowah, Moundville, Parkin and Lake Jackson; Spiro; Iroquoian sites in the north, early contact sites of the Vikings, Basques, and French in the north and Spanish in the south; later contact sites such as Jamestown and Natchez in the south; fully colonial sites, particularly in Massachusetts; battlefields in the north for the Revolution and in the south for the Revolution and especially the Civil War. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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15 Archaeology in America, An Encyclopedia 3: Southwest and Great Basin/Plateau
McManamon, Francis P., editor Westport, CT Greenwood Publishing Group 2009 Hard Very good Quarto 
viii; 346 Pp. Book is illustrated with photographs and maps. Near fine with light check marks in the table of contents. Cover is color photo of Alcove House at Bandelier. 
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16 The Murals of Bonampak
Miller, Mary Ellen 1986 Hard As new As new Quarto 
i-xvii; 176 pp.; The Bonamapak murals are possibly the most important paintings in the aboriginal New World. It has received remarkably very little scholarly attention despite the fact that it is an important record of classic Maya noble society. This book details the murals, as well as the inscriptions on them. Book is profusely illustrated with photos, some in color, including a double-sided 3-page fold out. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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17 Cultural Relations in the Plateau of Northwestern America
Ray, Verne F. Los Angeles, California The Southwest Museum Administrator of the Fund 1939 Soft Very good Octavo 
ix; 154 Pp. Former owner's name (J. O. Brew) written in ink on front cover. Book is illustrated with maps and tables. Slight soiling or age toning on covers 
Price: 15.00 USD
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18 Mesoamerica After the decline of Teotihuacan A.D. 700-900
Richard A. Diehl and Janet Catherine Berlo (eds.) 1989 Hard VG Quarto 
i-vii; 244 pp.; "This book deals with [a] transitional episode in Mesoamerican prehistory: the decline of Teotihuacan in the eighth and ninth centuries A.D. If [René] Millon is correct," that Teotihuacan influenced the entire civilized world of Mesoamerica, "the demise of this great city triggered one of the most pervasive transformations in the long history of" the region's civilization. "This book examines the cultures of that era and the effects that Teotihuacan's decline had on them."; Book is illustrated with diagrams, maps and photos 
Price: 100.00 USD
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19 The Indians of the Southeastern United States
Swanton, John R. Smithsonian Institution Press 1979 Reprint Soft VG Octavo 
i-xiii; 943 pp. Book is profusely illustrated with maps, photos and drawings. Name of previous owner on the front fly page. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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20 Indians, Settlers, & Slaves in a Frontier Exchange Economy: The Lower Mississippi Valley Before 1783
Usner, Daniel H.,Jr. The University of North Carolina Press 1992 Hard VG VG Octavo 
i-xvii; 293 pp.; Book details the formation of colonial regions between 1699-1783, as well as the exchange economy that occurred between between Colonial and Indian regions 
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