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Synopsis: The life of Mary Little Bear Inkanish, a southern Cheyenne craftswoman and beadworker was famous for her skills and for keeping her people's art alive through her own work and by teaching others the all-but-forgotten techniques of the past.
Title: Dance around the sun: The life of Mary ...
Publication Date: 1977
Book Condition: Acceptable
Book Description Crowell. Hardcover. Condition: Good. 0690014503 Ships promptly from Texas. Seller Inventory # Z0690014503Z3
Book Description Crowell, 1977. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Connecting readers with great books since 1972. Used books may not include companion materials, some shelf wear, may contain highlighting/notes, may not include cdrom or access codes. Customer service is our top priority!. Seller Inventory # S_221445066
Book Description Thomas Y Crowell, 1977. Hardcover. Condition: VG to VG-. Dust Jacket Condition: VG-. DJ: some rubbing & edgewear; small creases/chips/closed tears at edges; fading & yellowing. Book: some rubbing & edgewear; previous owner's stamp inside front cover; couple letters written inside back; yellowing; otherwise overall clean & tight.238 pages. Seller Inventory # 31594
Book Description New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company. Trade Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. First Edition. Advanced Reading Copy (ARC). Uncorrected proof copy. Seller Inventory # 1256
Book Description Crowell, 1977. Condition: Good. A+ Customer service! Satisfaction Guaranteed! Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Used items may not include supplementary materials such as CDs or access codes. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. Seller Inventory # 0690014503-2-4
Book Description Thomas Crowell, New York, 1977. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. First edition. Clean, tight 8vo, 239pp. Very light shelf wear to the dust jacket, one small chip to tail of spine of d.j. An old sticker mark on back of d.j. as well as a longish, neatly repaired, closed tear to back top edge of d.j. The life of Mary Little Bear Inkanish, famed Cheyenne craftswoman who bridged two cultures, old and new, Indian and White. Seller Inventory # 16155
Book Description Crowell, 1977. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG0690014503
Book Description Thomas Y. Crowell, New York, 1977. Hardcover. Condition: Very good. Dust Jacket Condition: very good. First Edition. Hardcover with pictorial dust jacket. xiv, , 238 pages. Illustrations. Seller Inventory # 13952
Book Description Thomas Y. Crowell Company, New York, 1977. Hard Back. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Printing. 238 Pages Indexed. Tan boards with tan quarter-spine with red spine lettering. No defects to book noted. Dust jacket has a corner crease and 3/8 inch tear and some light edge and corner wear. Jacket price 12.95 is unclipped. This book is about a rare person. Mary Little Bear Inkanish, a southern Cheyenne craftswoman, a beadworker, was properly famous for her skills and for keeping her people's art alive through her own work and for teaching others the all-but-forgotten techniques of the past. In other respects, she lived an ordinary life, the kind that history books usually pass by. Yet to say this is merely to suggest the weakness of history as it is usually written, for, in a profound sense, Mary Inkanish's life was truly extraordinary. She was born about 1875 in a tipi on the old Darlington Agency, then Indian territory, now Oklahoma. Her father was a white trader named Block, while her mother was Little Bear Woman or Sacred Woman, who had won great honor by serving in the Sun Dance, most important of the tribe's annual ceremonies. She attended the Colony School, run by John Seger, an exceptional employee of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and she married one of her fellow students, James Inkanish. They had six children, they bought a house in Anadarko at a time when not many Indians owned houses in town, and she learned to drive a car. She became a superb craftswoman. There were good times, and tragic times: Six children lived to adulthood; one, the last, the best-loved, died in her early twenties. An ordinary life, but also an extraordinary one, for Mary Inkanish bridged two cultures, Indian and white, old and new, making hers a uniquely American story. As Mary Inkanish became older, she became more Indian, talking more in Cheyenne, and spending more of her time remembering the old days and ways. It was the good fortune of the authors, Alice Marriott and Carol K. Rachlin, to be with her during much of this remembering period. Size: 6 1/4" X 9 1/4". Seller Inventory # 13235
Book Description Thomas Y. Crowell, NY, 1977. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. 1st printing. Cloth. 238pp. Illus. Bibliography. Index. Fine in near fine dj. Seller Inventory # 1812055