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Arfwedson 
, Carl David, 1806-1881
A brief history of the colony of New Sweden (Volume 18) - In Pennsylvania-German Society. Proceedings and addresses ... Dec. 8, 1907. vol. 18.

American Indian life / by several of its studens ; Edited by Elsie Clews Parsons ; Illustrated by C. Grant LaFarge. - New York : Viking press, 1925. - 419 p. : ill.
Includes bibliographical references. - Preface / Elsie Clews Parsons -- Introduction / A.L. Kroeber -- Takes-the-pipe, a Crow warrior / Robert H. Lowie -- A Crow woman's tale / Robert H. Lowie -- A trial of shamans / Robert H. Lowie -- Smoking-star, a Blackfoot shaman / Clark Wissler -- Little-wolf joins the medicine lodge / Alanson Skinner -- Thunder-cloud, a Winnebago shaman, relates and prays / Paul Radin -- How Meskwaki children should be brought up / [dictated by] Harry Wilson [recorded by] Truman Michelson -- In Montagnais / Frank G. Speck -- Hanging-flower, the Iroquois / Alexander A. Goldenweiser -- The thunder power of Rumbling-wings / M.R. Harrington -- Tokulki of Tulsa / John R. Swanton -- Slender-maiden of the Apache / P.E. Goddard -- When John the jeweler was sick / told at St. Michael's, Arizona, by one of the Franciscan Fathers ; manuscript contributed by Stewart Culin ; A.M. Stephen -- Waiyautitsa of Zuñi, New Mexico / Elsie Clews Parsons -- Zuñi pictures / Stewart Culin -- Havasupai days / Leslie Spier -- Earth-tongue, a Mohave / A.L. Kroeber -- The chief singer of the Tepecano / J. Alden Mason -- The understudy of Tezcatlipoca / Herbert Spinden -- How Holon Chan became the true man of his people / Sylvanus G. Morley -- The Toltec architect of Chichen Itza / Alfred M. Tozzer -- Wixi of the shellmound people / N.C. Nelson -- All is trouble along the Klamath / T.T. Waterman -- Sayach'apis, a Nootka trader / Edward Sapir -- Windigo, a Chipewyan story / Robert H. Lowie -- Cries-for-salmon, a Ten'a woman / T.B. Reed and Elsie Clews Parsons -- An Eskimo winter / Franz Boas


American Indian Rock Art in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. - Oregon Archaeological society, 2008 : winter)

Andrews
The colonial perod

Annual Report Smithsonian Institution
Nineteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology 1897-98 : In two parts. - Washington : Governement printing office, 1900. 
Pt 1. - Sid I - 576 Index pt 1  Innehåll - Pt 2. -  Pt 2. - Index. -  s 571-1160

Anthropology in North America / Franz Boas… - New York : G.E. Stechert & Co, 1915. - 378 p.
  Contents.

Archer, Gabriel
"The Relation of Captain Gosnold's Voyage to the North part of Virginia, begun the sixth-and twentieth of March, Anno 42 Elizabethae Reginae, 1602, and delivered by Gabriel Archer, a gentleman in the said voyage". - 1843. - (Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society. 3. 8: 72–81).
 The book is also contained in Purchas 1625, pp. IV:1647–51.

Arnoldus Montanus
De Nieuwe en Onbekende Weereld - 1671.  Om Virginia s 134


Asher, G M
A bibliographical and historical essay on the Dutch books and pamphlets relating to New-Netherland : and to the Dutch West-India Company and to its possessions in Brazil, Angola, etc. ; as also on the maps, charts etc. of New-Netherland, with facsimiles of the map of New-Netherland by N. I. Visscher and of the three existing views of New-Amsterdam. - Amsterdam : Frederik Müller, 1854. - 356 p.  Cover dated 1868.
 Second part has separate title page : A list of the maps and charts of New-Netherland, and of the views of New-Amsterdam / by G. M. Asher ; being a supplement to his Bibliographical essay on New-Netherland. Amsterdam : F. Muller ; New-York : Ch. B. Norton, 1855. (22, 23 p. fold map)

  The map has title: Novi Belgii. Tabula ad N. J. Visscheri delineationem repetita quae ex xxx aliis tabulis colligi potuerunt additis lapidi incisa dirigente G. M. Asher.
  List of names on the maps: 23 p. at end.
   "The best bibliography of the Dutch West-India Company and its connection with        Brazilian history."--Winsor, Nar. and crit. hist. of America, v. 8, p. 350

Asher, G. M. (Georg Michael), d. 1905
Henry Hudson, the navigator [microform] : the original documents in which his career is recorded, collected, partly translated, and annotated, with an introduction. - London : Printed for the Hakluyt Society, 1860. - 552 s. - (Original issued in series: Works issued by the Hakluyt Society ; 27)
  Bibliography: p. 258-278. - Includes index.

Asher, G. M. (Georg Michael), d. 1905
Sketch of Henry Hudson, the navigator / by G M Asher. - Brooklyn : Reprinted for private edition, 1867. - 36 p.
Reprinted by George Hannah from Macmillan's magazine, v. 14, p. 459-471.

Baird, Charles Washington
History of the Huguenot Emigration to America / by Charles W. Baird. - New York : Dodd, Mead & co, 1885. - Index.
  Vol 1. - 354 p.
  Vol 2. - 448 p.

Bancroft, Hubert Howe 1832-1918
History of Arizona and New Mexico, 1530-1888 / by Hubert Howe Bancroft. - San Francisco : History Co., 1889. - 829 s. - (The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft ; 17). - Index.
   According to W. S. Morris this work was entirely written by Henry Lebbeus Oak,1844-1905. cf. Quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society, v. 4, p. 237-254. - Also published as vol. 12 of BHHs "History of the Pacific states of North America" under title: "Arizona and New Mexico.”

Bancroft, Hubert Howe
History of California. - San Francisco : Bancroft & co, 1884 ff.
  Vol 1. - 1542-1800. - 744 s. - (The works of Hubert Howe Bancroft ; 18)
  Vol 2. - 1801-1824. - 795 s. - (The works of Hubert Howe Bancroft ; 19)
  Vol 3. - 1825-1840. - 792 s. - (The works of Hubert Howe Bancroft ; 20)
  Vol 5. - 1846-1848. - 784 s. - (The works of Hubert Howe Bancroft ; 22)
  Vol 4. - 1848-1859. - 787 s. - (The works of Hubert Howe Bancroft ; 23)
  Vol 7. - 1860-1890. - 826 s.  Index. - (The works of Hubert Howe Bancroft ; 24)
   Del 3,4,5 innehåller "Pioneer register”. 

Bancroft, Hubert Howe
History of the northwest coast .. / Hubert Howe Bancroft. - San Francisco : Bancroft & co, 1884.   

   Vol 1. - 1543-1800. - 702 s. - (The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft ; 27)
   Vol 2. - 1800-1846. - 768 s. - Index. - (The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft ; 28)

Also published as v. 22-23 of his History of the Pacific states, and separately. - First half of v. 1 written by H. L. Oak. cf. W. A. Morris in Quarterly of the Oregon historical society, Dec. 1903, v. 4, p. 352


Bandelier, Adolf F.
The "Montezuma" of the Pueblo Indians / by Adolf F Bandelier. - 9 s.
= Sid.319-326 i: American Anthroplogist ; 1892:5.  JStor

Barber, Edwin A.

Pueblo Pottery. - [Artikel]. -  1881. - 11 s : ill.
= Sid. 453-662  i: American Naturalist ; 15 -  Jstor.

Barbeau, Marius, 1883-1969
Huron and Wyandot mythology, with an appendix containing earlier published records / by C M Barbeau. - Ottawa : Government Pringting Bureau, 1915. - 437 s. : ill. - (Memoir // Canada Departement of Mines, 80) (Anthroplogical series ; 11)

Barbeau, C. M.
Iroquoian Clans and Phratries / by C.M. Barbeau. - 11 p.
= Sid.392-402 i AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST ; 1917:19

Barbeau, C. M.
Parallel between the Northwest Coast and Iroquoian Clans and Phratries / by C.M. Barbeau. - 3 p.
= Sid.403-405 i AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST ; 1917:19

Barbeau, Marius, 1883-1969
Indian days in the Canadian Rockies / by Marius Barbeau ; with illustrations of Langdon Kihn. - Toronto : Macmillan, 1923. - 207 s. : ill.

Barbeau, Marius
The Downfall Of Temlaham / by Marius Barbeau ; illustrations by A Y Jackson, Edwin H Holgate, W Langdon Kihn, Emily Carr and Annie D Savage. - Tortonto : The Macmillan company, 1928. - 253 s. : ill.

Barbeau, Marius
Haida myths / Illustrated in Argillite carvings by Marius Barbeau. - Ottawa : National Museum of Canada, 1953. - 417 s. : ill. - (Bulletin // National Museum of Canada ; 127) (Anthroplogical series ; 32)

Barce, Elmore 1872-1945
The Land of the Potawatomi.- Indiana : Fowler, 1919. - 115 s.

Barrett, Samuel Alfred
The Dream Dance of the Chippewa and Menominee Indians of Northern Wisconsin. - Milwaukee, Wis. : Published by the trustees, 1911. - 154 s. : ill. - (Bulletin // Public Museum of the City of Milwaukee ; 1:4)
  Pag. 252-406. 

Basso, Keith H
The Gift of Changing Woman. - 61 s.  SJ
= Sid 113-173 i: Bureau of Amerian Ethnology // Bulletin 196. - Washington : BAE, 1966. - ( Anthropological papers ; 76)   Västliga apacher : Cibecue : Religion : Flickornas pubertetsceremoni.

Baxter, James P.
The Abnakis and their ethnic relations.
  Read before the Maine Historical Society, March 27 1890.

Beauchamp, William Martin, 1830-1925
A history of the New York Iroquois : now commonly called the Six Nations / by William M Beauchamp. - Albany : New York State Education Departement, 1905. - 341 p. :  Index. - (Bulletin // New York State Museum ; 78) (Archaeology ; 9)
   Paginerad 125-461

Beauchamp, William Martin, 1830-1925
Iroquois folk lore, gathered from the Six nations of New York / Slected and arranged by W M W Beauchamp for the Onondaga Historical Association. - New York : Dehler press, 1922. - 247 p.


Beauty From The Earth : Mary Lewis Garcia, Pueblo potter. -  [Film]. - 8 min. - Color, sound. - University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum)
  Topics: Acoma, Pueblo pottery, Garcia, Mary Lewis, Ceramics

Beeson, John 1803-1889
A plea for the Indians with facts and features of the late war in Oregon / by John Beeson. - New York : Beeson, 1858. - 143 p.

Benton, Myron Beecher, 1834-1902
Indians of the Webutuck Valley. - Lakeville, Conn : Lakevill journal, 1912. - 22 p. -  (Poconnuck Historical Societies Collections ; 2)
   Connecticut Webutuck Valley

Biggar, H P 
The Early Trading Companies of New France : A contribution to the history of commerce and discovery in North America. - Toronto, 1901.

Biggar, H. P.
The precursors of Jacques Cartier 1497-1534 : a collection of documents relating to the early history of the Dominion of Canada… / edited by  H P Biggar. - Ottawa : Government printing bureau, 1911. - 213 p. : index.

Bilharz, Joy
Oriskany : a place of great sadness : a Mohawk valley battlefield ethnography / Joy Bilharz with assistance from Trish Rae. - Boston, Ma : Northeast Region Ethnography Program, National Park Service, 2009. - 177 p. : litt. - (Fort Stanwix National Monument special ethnographic report) 

Blackbird, Andrew
History of the Ojiwwa and Ottawa indians of Michigan : a grammar of their language and personal and family history of the author. - 1887.

Blair, Emma Helen
The Indian tribes of the upper Mississippi Valley and region of the Great Lakes : as described by Nicolas Perrot, French commandant in the Northwest; Bacquevile de la Potherie, French royal commissioner to Canada; Morrell Marston, American Army officer; and Thomas Forsyth, United States agent at Fort Armstrong  / translated, edited, annotated, and with bibliography and index by Emma Blair - Cleveland, Ohio : Arhur H Clark co.
   Vol 1. / [Perrot, Nicolas]. - 1911. - 372 s. : ill.
   Vol 2. - 1912. - 412 s. : ill. - Bibliography. - Index.

Blowsnake, Sam
The Autobiography of a Winnebago Indian / By Paul Radin. - University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology ; Vol 16, no 7 (pp. 381-473). - 1920.  

Boas anniversary volume; anthropological papers written in honor of Franz Boas .. New York : Stechert, 1906. - 559 s : ill.   (ContentsIndex)

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942
The Indian tribes of the lower Fraser River. - London? : s n, 1894. - 14 p.
ur: Report - 1894 on the north-western tribes of Canada.

Boone, Daniel se Filson, John 

Bourke, John Gregory, 1846-1896
The snake-dance of the Moquis of Arizona : being a narrative of a journey from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to the villages of the Moqui Indians of Arizona. - London : Sampson Low..., 1884. - 371 s. + 30 pl. - Index.

Bourke, John Gregory 1846-1896
The medicine-men of the Apache. - 159 s : ill. Bibliography: p. 596-603
= Sid 443-603 i:  9th Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1887-88. -  Washington : Smithsonian Institution, 1892. - 617 p. : ill.  Accompanying papers. (Point Barrow expeditionen (Inuiter) ; Bourke: The medicine- men of the Apache.

Boyd, James P. (James Penny), 1836-1910
Recent Indian wars, under the lead of Sitting Bull, and other chiefs ; with a full account of the Messiah craze, and ghost dances / by Jamews P Boyd - [Philadelphia] : Publishers union, 1892. - 320 p. : ill.
  Contents.


Bradford, William 1590-1657.    Fler utgåvor.
History of Plymouth plantation, 1620-1647 / William Bradford. - [Boston] : Massachusetts Historical Society. - 1912.
  Vol 1. - 446 p.
  Vol 2: - 462 p. - Index.

Bradford, William 1590-1657
History of Plymouth plantation / Arranged and annotated for schools. - New York, E. Maynard & co, 1890. - 64 p.

Bradford, William 1590-1657. Wiki om boken
Mourt's relation or journal of the plantation at Plymouth. - Boston : J K Wiggin, 1865. - 176 p. : Index.


Brandt, Randall S
Bibliographies of Northern and Central California Indians. -. Berkeley : University of  California.
 Vol 2. - Tribal Bibliographies P-Y. - 1994 - 413 p. -  (ERIC ED ; 370604)

 Vol 3. - General bibliography (Index to vol 1 och 2). - 251 p.

Brickell, John, 1710?-1745
The natural history of North-Carolina : with an account of the trade, manners, and customs of the Christian and Indian inhabitants … - Dublin : Printed by James Carson for the author, 1737. - 408 p.

Brinton, Daniel G. 
The lenape and their legends : with the complete texts and symbols of the Walam Olum… - Philadelphia, 1885.

Brodhead, John Romeyn, 1814-1873
History of the state of New York / By John Romeyn Brodhead - New York : Harper…, 
 Spine title: Broadhead’s history of the State of New York.
   Vol 1. - First period. 1609-1664. -  1853. - 848 p.
   Vol 2. - Second volume. - 1871. - 712 p.


Brouillet, J B A 1813-1884
Authentic account of the murder of Dr. Whitman and other missionaries, by the Cauyuse indians of Oregon, in 1847, and the causes which led to the horrible catastrophe. - Portland : McCormick, 1852. - 108 p.

Bromley, Walter
An account of the aborigines of Nova Scotia called the Micmac Indians. - London : sn, 1822. - 11 p.
"The following extracts from publications of Walter Bromley ... "--p. [3]

  

Brulé, Etienne       
History of Brulé's discoveries and explorations, 1610-1626 being a narrative of the discovery by Stephen Brulé of Lakes Huron, Ontario and Superior, and of his explorations  ... of Pennsylvania and western New York : also of the province of Ontario ... by Consul Willshire Butterfield. - 1898.

Brunner, David B. 1835-1903
The Indians of Berks County, Pa., being a summary of all the tangible records of the aborigines of Berks County, with cuts and descriptions of the varieties of relics found within the County. - Second and revised ed. - Reading, Pa. : Eagle book Print, 1897. - 257 p : ill. Index. + Pl.

Buchanan, James, British consul at New York. cn
Sketches of the history, manners, and customs of the North American Indians. - London : Printed for Black, Young and Young, 1824. - 371 p.

Burden, Harold Nelson
Manitoulin, Or, Five Years of Church Work Among Ojibway Indians. - 1895.

Bushnell, D. I.
An Ojibway Ceremony. -5  p.
= Sid. 69-73   i: AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST ; 1905:7

Bushnell, David I
Native Villages and Village Sites East of the Mississippi / by David I Bushnell. - Wahsington : Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, 1919. - 111 p. : pl. - (Bulletin // Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology ; 69)

Butterfield, Consul Willshire, 1824-1899
History of the discovery of the Northwest by John Nicolet in 1634 : with a sketch of his life. - Cincinnati : R. Clarke & co, 1881. - 113 p. - Index.
   Menomonees = Menominees (s 57-58). -  Nicollet, Jean, 1598-1642

Cadzow, Donald A
Archaeological studies of the Susquehannock Indians of Pennsylvania. - Harrisburg, Pa. : S.n., 1936. - 217 s. : ill. - (Publications of Pennsylvania Historical Commission ; 3)

Campanius, Johannes
[Luther, Martin]
Lutheri Catechismus : ofwersatt på American-Virginiske språket. - Stockholm : Burchardi, 1696. - 160 s. Alt digitalisering.  Om katekesen.

Campbell, Douglas 1839-1893
The Puritan in Holland, England and America; an introduction to American history / by Douglas Campbell. - 4th ed. revised and corrected. - New York : Harper & Brothers. - Index.

  Vol 1. - 1893. - 509 p.
  Vol 2. - 1898. - 588 p.

Carver, Jonathan, 1710-1780    Reste 1766-67 Stora sjöarna
Three years travels through the interior parts of North-America, for more than five thousand miles : containing an account of the Great Lakes, and all the lakes ... mountains ... of that vast continent : with a description of the birds, beasts ... peculiar to the country : together with a concise history of the genius, manners, and customs of the Indians ... to the westward of the great river Mississippi : and an appendix, describing the uncultivated parts of America that are the most proper for forming settlements - 1778.

CATHER, WILLA 1873-1947 [Siebert] wiki
Växte upp i Nebraska bland immigranter som utgjorde grund för en del av hennes romaner. Mest skildrade hon kvinnor i mellanvästern men skrev en del insiktsfulla romaner om livet i sydvästra USA som tex "The Professors House" (1925) som delvis handlar om en mans anpassning till livet som medelålders, men också som en forskare i New Mexicos arkeologiska fynd av gamal klippbostäder. Boken anticeperar ”Death comes for the Archbishop", 1927, som är ganska så entustiastiskt hyllar den spanska missionen i New Mexico. Indianer figurerar. Hennes uppskattning av den katolska kyrkan i Canada kommer med några få nickningar mot indianerna i ”Shadows on the Rock, 1931, som handlar om 1600-talets Quebec.

CATLIN, GEORGE 1796-1872
Han var en självlärd målareoch han målade med förkärlek indianernas liv innan det förstördes av civilisationen. Han växte upp i Pennsylvania där han levde fram till 1832 . Så gjorde han sina expeditioner bland indianerna allt mellan Yellowstone River och Florida, vilket resulterade i över 300 målningar som ofta återgetts i gravyr. Hans utan motstycke viktiga berättelser om resorna bland indianerna är ”Manners and customs of the North American Indians” 1841. (På svenska 1848). Senare resor, men inte så uppmärksammade gjorde han och berättade om i ”Last rambles Amongst the Indians of the Rocky Mountains and the Andes", 1868 ; och ”Life among the Indians , 1861. Han skapade ett intresse för indiansk kultur genom att visa sina bilder i Europa långt före cirkusföreställningar av Buffalo Bill och P T Barnum.

Catlin, George,1796-1872;
Letters and notes on the manners, customs, and condition of the North American Indians / by Geo. Catlin. - London : Published by the author, 1841. - 
  Vol 1
  Vol 2
  Allehanda utgåvor.


Caswell, Harriet S. Clark), Mrs
Our life among the Iroquois Indians / by Harriet S. Caswell. - Boston and Chicago : Congregational Sunday-school and publishing society, 1892. - 321 p.
  Senecamissionen. - Wright, Asher, 1803-1875Wright, Laura Maria (Sheldon), Mrs., 1809-1886Seneca Indians — Missions

Caton, John Dean, 1812-1895
The last of the Illinois, and a sketch of the Pottawatomies. Read before the Chicago Historical Society, December 13, 1870. - Chicago : Fergus printing co. - 30 p.
  Illinois indianer ; Potawatomi. - Contains also his "Origin of the prairies" (p. [31]-55)


Century of Dishonor se Jackson, Helen Hunt



Chamberlain, A.F.
Nanibozhu amongst Algonkian tribes. - 21 p.
[193]-213 i: The Journal of American Folk-Lore  // 1891:14.

Cocking, Matthew 
An adventurer from Hudson Bay : journal of Matthew Cocking, from York Factory to the Blackfeet country, 1772-1773 / Edited with introduction and notes by Lawrence J. Burpee ; communicated by Wilfred Campbell and read May 26th, 1908. Spine title: Matthew Cocking's journal, 1772-1773. "From the Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada. Third series - 1908-1909, volume II, section II.” - 42 p.

Colden, Cadwallader, 1688-1776  wiki
The history of the Five Indian Nations of Canada, : which are the barrier between the English and French in that part of the world. With particular accounts of their religion, manners, customs, laws, and government; their several battles and treaties with the European nations; their wars with the other Indians; and a true account of the present state of our trade with them. In which are shewn, the great advantage of their trade and alliance to the British nation; and the intrigues and attempts of the French to engage them from us; a subject nearly concerning all our American plantations, and highly meriting the consideration of the British nation / by Cadwallader Colden. - New Ed. - London : Printed for John Whiston at Boyles head…, 1750. - 283 s.
   Part 1 originally printed under title: The history of the Five Indian Nations depending on the province of New-York in America, New York, 1727. Parts 1, 2 and all additional contents in this edition bear some resemblance to text of 1727

Collijn, Isak

Den svensk-indianska katekesen. - 8 s. : ill.
= Sid 353-360 i : ORD OCH BILD // 1937:7

Collins, Joseph Edmund, 1855-1892
The story of Louis Riel, the rebel chief. - Toronto : Rose Pub. Co, 1885. - 176 p. : Ill.

Connecticut circa 1625 : its Indian trails, villages and sachemdoms. - National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Connecticu ; from data collected by Mathias Spiess, 1934. - 26 p.
  Bibliography: p. [27-28]

Connelly, William E.
The Wyandots. - 31 s.
= Sid.92-123 i: Archaeological Report : Being part of appendix to the report of the Minister of Education Ontario, 1899. - Tortonto : Warwick Bro's. & Rutters, 1900. - 198 p.
   Innehåll.(Contents) vol 1899. - Innehåll (Contents) vol 1900.

Connelley, William Elsey, 1855-1930
Wyandot folk-lore. - Topeka : Crane & company, 1899. - 116 p.


Connor, Daniel P         
The white doe "Colleen Bawn" / by Concubar. - Manchester : New Hampshire, 1913.

Constructing cultures then and now : celebrating Franz Boas and the Jesup North Pacific Expedition / Laurel Kendall and Igor Krupnik, editors. - Washington, D.C. : Arctic Studies Center, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, 2003. - (Contribution to circumpolar anthropology ; 4)

Copway, George, Chippewa chief, 1818?-1863.
The life, history and travels of Kah-ge-ga-gah-bowh, (George Copway) a young Indian chief of the Ojebwa nation….Philadelphia : Harmstead, 1847. - 190 s.

  Fler utgåvor o texter av Copway.

CORN DANCERS: UNITED PUEBLO AGENCY AND INDIAN IRRIGATION SERVICE. - [Spelfilm]. - National Archives And Records Administration. - Office of Indian Affairs. - 1941.
Highlights southwestern Pueblo Culture. Shows cooking practices, weaving, pottery, and irrigation methods. Discusses Native American Education and shows Laguna and Taos Pueblos.- DVD Copied by Liz Pruszko.

Cornplanter, Jesse 1889-1957, Seneca
Iroquois Indian Games and Dances / drawn by Jesse Cornplanter. - 14 pl.

Crawford, Jack, 1847-1917
The poet scout; being a selection of incidental and illustrative verses and songs / by Captain Jack Crawford. - San Francisco, Calif. : H. Keller & Co, 1879. - 211p. : ill.

Cremony, John C
Life among the Apaches. - San Francisco : Roman, 1868. - 822 s.

Crockett, Davy (David 1786-1836) Texts on and of Davy Crockett at Internet Archive.

Croghan, George
A seclection of George Croghans Letters and Journals relating to tours into the wester country November 16 1750-november 1765. - 1904.
= p 45 ff-173 i:Pennsylvania Colonial Records V, pp 348-548. With variations from Pennsylvania  Historical Collections I, pp 23-33.
(Sidorna 1-45 = Conrad Weiser's journal of a tour to the Ohio, August 11-October 2, 1748  
  ..1904. - 44 p).

Curwood, James Oliver 1878-1927
Journalist och romanförfattare som blev nästan lika populär som Jack London med sina berättelser om äventyr i Nordlandet. 
  Böcker av eller om Curwood i Internet Archive.

Cushman, H B 1822-
History of the Choctaw, Chickasaw and Natchez Indians. - 1899

Dall, W H.
Tribes of the extreme Northwest. - Washington : Government printing office, 1877.
= I. - Sid. 1-156 i: Contributions to North American Ethnology ; 1)
  Aleuter, Inuiter ngt nordvästindianer.

Dana, Richard Henry, 1815-1882
Two years before the mast / Richard Henry Dana : with  a critical and biographical introduction by Chardles Warren Stoddard. - New York : Appleton,1899. - 432 p. : ill.
   Orig: 1840

Darlington, Mary Carson 1824-1915
History of Colonel Henry Bouquet and the western frontiers of Pennsylvania, 1747-1764 / collected and edited by Mary Carson Darlington. - Privatedly printed : ca 1920. - 224 p. : Index. Contents.

De Forest, John William
History of the Indians of Connecticut
. - 1851. (En bok som räknas som standardverket när det gäller New Englands indianers historia).

Densmore, Frances
Ojibwa music. - 1910. - 216 s. : ill.
= Sid. 3-216 i: (Bulletin // Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology ; 45)
 Vol 2. - 1913. - (Bulletin ; 53) 

Densmore, Frances
Teton sioux music / by Frances Densmore. - Washington : Smithsonian Institution, 1918. - 561 s. : ill. - (Bulletin // Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of Ethnology ; 61)

Densmore, Frances
Papago Music. - Washington : Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of Ethnology, 1929. - 229 p. : ill. - (Bulletin // Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of Ethnology ; 90)


Densmore, Frances:
Pawnee music. - Washíngton : Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, 1929. - 129 p. : ill. - (Bulletin / Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology; 93)

Densmore, Frances
A Search for Songs Among the Chitimacha Indians in Louisiana. - 15 s : ill. Plates.
= Sid 1-16 i: Bureau of American Ethnology // Bulletin 133. - Washington : BAE, 1943. - ( Anthropological papers ; 19).
 

Denys, Nicolas
The description and natural history of the coasts of North America (Acadia) / by Nicolas Denys ; translator and edited, with a memoir of the author, collateral documents and a reprint of the original by William F Ganong. - Toronto : The Champlain society, 1908.   Wiki om Denys CanBio

DeSmet Archive org
de Smet, Pierre-Jean 1801-1873
Life, letters and travels of Father Pierre-Jean de Smet, S.J., 1801-1873. - New York : Francis P Harper, 1905. - 440 p. : ill. 
   Vol 1Vol 2Vol 3Vol 4.

de Smet, Pierre-Jean 1801-1873
New Indian sketches / by Pierre Jean de Smet. - New York : Sadleir, 1863. - 198 p.
  Life of Louise Sighouin.--Indian sketches.--The short Indian catechism in use among the Flatheads, Kalispels, Pends-d'Oreilles, and other Rocky mountian Indians.
de Smet, Pierre-Jean 1801-1873

De Smet's Letters and sketches, 1841-1842. - Philiadelphia : Fithian, 1843. - 411 p.

Deserontyon, John, Mohawk Chief, d. 1811
A Mohawk form of ritual of condolence, 1782 / by John Deserontyon ; translated and with an introduction by J N B Hewitt. - New York : Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1928. - 23 s. - (Indian notes and monographs ; vol 10: 8)
  Sid 87-110.

Dixon, Roland B
The mythology of the central and eastern Algonkins. - 9 p. 
= Sid 1-9 i: The Journal of American Folk-Lore // 1909:83

Diomedi, Alexander, 1843-1932
Sketches of modern Indian life / by Alexander Diomedi. - [S.I : s.n] - 1894. - 79 p.
   Calispelem (Kalispel) s 17 ff.

The documentary history of the state of New-York - Albany : Weed, Parsons & Co, 1850.      
      Vol 1. - 1850. - 536 p. : ill. [Contents]. -  Index.  [Ed 1849]
      Vol 2. - 1850. - 711 p. : ill. [Contents]. -  Index.
                S. 315 ff ”Manusicripts of sir William Johnson”       
      Vol 3. - 1850. - 748 p. : ill. - [Contents]. - Index.
      Vol 4. - 1850. -  700 p : ill. - [Contents]. - Index.

Documentary source book of American history 1606-1898 / Edited with notes by William MacDonlald. - New York : Macmillan company, 1908. - 616 p.
  Index. - Contents.

Dodge, Jacob Richard
Red Men of the Ohio Valley : An Aboriginal History of the Period Commencing A.D. 1650, and Ending ...by J. R. Dodge. -  Springfield : Ruralist Publishing Company, 1860. - 435 s.

Dodge, Richard Irving, 1827-1895
Our wild Indians ; thirty-three years' personal experience among the red men of the great West… / by Richard Irving Dodge. - Hartford, Conn. : Worthington, 1882. - 653 s. : ill.

Donck, Adriaen van der, 1620-1655
A Description of the New Netherlands. - 1649

DorseyGeorge Amos
The Cheyenne / George Amos Dorsey. - Chicago : Field Columbian Museum, 1905. - 
  Vol 1. - The Ceremonial organization. - 55 p.
  Vol 2. - The Sun Dance. - 186 p.

Dorsey, James Owen, 1848-1895
An account of the war customs of the Osages. - 18 p.
= Sid [114]-132 i: AMERICAN NATURALIST // 1884:2.

Dorsey, J. Owen
Migration of Siouan Tribes. - 13 s. - 
= Sid. [210]-222 i: AMERICAN NATURALIST // 1886:3. (JStor)

Dorsey, J. Owen
The Dhegiha language. - Washington : Government Printing Office, 1890. - (Contributions to North American Ethnology ; 6)
   Myths, stories and letters.

Dorsey, J Owen
The Degiha language. - Washington : Departement of the Interior, U S Geographical and Geological Survey of the Rocky Mountain Region, 1890. - 794 s. -(Contributions // North American Anthropology ; 7)
   Omaha, Ponka

Dorsey, J. Owen
Nanibozhu in Siouan Mythology. - 12 s.
= Sid.293-304 i: THE JOURNAL OF AMERICAN FOLKLORE ; 5 : 1892.


Dorsey, J Owen
Omaha Sociology. - 165 s. : ill.
= Sid 205-370 i: 3d Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology for the years 1881-1882. - Washington : BAE, 1884.  SJ

Dorsey, J Owen
A study of Siouan cults. - 192 p. : ill.
= Sid 361-553 i: Extract from the eleventh annual report to the Bureau of American Ethnology. - Washington : Government office press, 1894.
Innehåll. - Index.

Dorsey, James Owen
Omaha Dwellings, Furniture and Implements. - 25 s. : ill.
= sid. 263-288 i: 13th Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology for the years 1891-1892. - Washington : BAE : Smithsonian Institution, 1896.

Dorsey, James Owen, 1848-1848
Siouan Sociology. - Book from Project Gutenberg Ed 1. - 2006.
Extextbok som bygger på Dorseys text i BAE 15 Sid. 205-244.


Doyle, John Andrew 1844-1907The English in America1 , 2345.
The English Colonies in America, in five volumes, as follows: Virginia, Maryland and the Carolinas (1 vol., 1882), The Puritan Colonies (2 vols., i886), The Middle Colonies (1 vol., 1907), and The Colonies under the House of Hanover (1 vol., 1907)

Doyle, John Andrew 1844-1907
History of America. - London : McMillan, 1875. - 404 p. - (Historical Course for Schools)

Drake, Benjamin, 1794-1841
Life of Tecumseh and of his brother the prophet; with a historical sketch of the Shawanoe Indians / by Benjamin Drake. - Cincinatti : H M Rulison, 1856. - 235 p.


Drake, Samuel Gardner, 1798-1875I
Indian
 biography, containing the lives of more than two hundred Indian chiefs
: also such others of that race as have rendered their names conspicuous in the history of North America from its first being known to Europeans to the present period. Giving at large their most celebrated speeches, memorable sayings, numerous anecdotes and a history of their wars. Much of which is taken from manuscripts never before published / by Samuel G Drake. - Boston : Josiah Drake, 1832. - 348 p.

Drucker, Philip
The Northern and Central Nootkan Tribes / by Philip Drucker. - Washington : Government printing press: Smithsonian institution : Beurau of American Ethnology, 1951. - 480 p. : ill.
(Annual Report // Smithsonian Institution ; 144)
  Index.

Drucker, Philip 1911-1982.
Indians of the Northwest Coast. - American Museum of Natural History. - 1955.

Drucker, Philip, 1911-
Indians of the Northwest Coast / Philip Drucker. - Garden City, N.Y. : Natural History Press, 1963. - 224 p. : ill. - Index. - (American Museum Science books)
  Originally published: New York : McGraw-Hill, 1955, in series: Anthropological handbook (American Museum of Natural History)





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