B000MBVP88 Softcover book that has little wear to exterior. Light shelf stain to bottom edge. Binding is fully intact and book is clean throughout. Fast Shipper!. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Extra Census Bulletin: Moqui Pueblo Indians ...
Publisher: United States Census Printing Office 1893-01-01
Publication Date: 1893
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: First Printing.
Book Description United States Census Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1893. Softcover. Book Condition: Poor. Parts 1 and 2 only of three-part report, only first 48 pages. "Moqui" was a term used for the Hopi by the Spanish, who derived it from a Zuni word for the Hopi. Monochrome illustrations throughout and descriptions of life in the villages. Looseleaf held together with brass fasteners, first sheet is loose. Edges of pages have some small tears and creases. A few minor ex-lib markings.; Book; 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 005242
Book Description U S Census Printing Office: Washington DC January 1893, 1893. Leather. Book Condition: Very Good. Bound in three quarter brown morocco over green cloth boards, with raised bands and titles in gilt. Marbled endpapers. Illustrated throughout with many b&w plates, four in color, including the frontispiece. Shelfwear to boards, rubbing along the edges of the leather, especially along the spine edges and corners (with some loss to the leather) cloth soiled in places; internally clean and bright, binding remains solid, with no marks to text. Bookseller Inventory # 1012263
Book Description U S Census Printing Office: Washington DC, 1893. Four color plates, maps, other illustr, 12 x 9, half leather, pebbled cloth, 126 pp, covers worn, extremities bumped and fraying, outer hinges cracked and chipped, hinges loose, ink inscription from former owner inside front cover, contents nice and clean with only minor finger soil and toning. Hopi Indians. Bookseller Inventory # 98-9934
Book Description Washington, D.C.: United States Census Printing Office. Book Condition: Used - Like New. 1893. Quarto, 136 pp. illustrated throuhgout with plates, including maps and 3 color lithographs. Rebound in green cloth with original wraps preserved internally. Red leather spine label. There is some water staining on the exterior of some of the plates, which do not effect the images, but are visible in the margins. Some of the plates (not the lithographs nor the maps) have some tearing with repairs done in tape; rear hinge cracked; wear to extremities of cloth with corners bumped; rear board has a large crease; spine lable scuffed. Solf w.a.f. Bookseller Inventory # S32838
Book Description US Census Printing Office, Washington, 1893. Hardcover. Quarto (approx 11 x 9 inches); 136pp. In modern binding of half calf with blue cloth and gilt lettering on front cover and spine. With 3 chromolithographic plates, wood-engraved and half-tone photo plates, and maps (including a folding map). A detailed and sympathetic report of the Moqui Pueblos and Pueblos regarding their history and present social and economic conditions and the threat posed by "the pressure of people seeking lands, and who are now ready to utilize even the comparatively scanty water privileges of these Indians and deprive them of the fruits of their laborious modes of tillage, which they have practiced for centuries." [Robert Porter, Superintendent of Census.] Illustrations are from a number of noted artists who used cameras as well as pen and pencil to capture the daily existance of these peoples, including narrative and illustrated descriptions of the Snake Dance of the Moqui Pueblo. An excellent copy. Bookseller Inventory # 957
Book Description Washington. Department of the Interior, Census Office. 1893-1894., 1894. 4to, 28.5cm, 136,vii,24, vii,70pp., frontis & 124 plates (4 colour), 4 folding maps, indexes, "The Moqui Pueblos of Arizona" is missing 8 pages (pp.57-64; apparently as issued), disbound without the original fragile printed wraps and free flies, first few leaves chipped along the fore-edge otherwise internally very good (ds1). - Part of the extensive Eleventh Census of the United States carried out in 1890. An attempt was being made "to make an enumeration of all Indians living within the jurisdiction of the United States, with such information as to their condition as may be obtainable, classifying them as to Indians taxed and Indians not taxed." (Secretary of the Interior). The Reports were prepared by Thomas Donaldson, special agent to the Census Office. Book. Bookseller Inventory # 27430