Biography. The book has red/brown linen boards, with minimal shelf wear, the spine is fairly tight but starting to loosen and one page looks to be taped back in. The jacket is worn, has a couple of chips and small tears and smudges. An autobiography of a young physically handicapped pioneer boy when he lived with his family among the Makah Indians, on the extreme westernmost tip of the United States. The story as he tells it with text and his own photographs is of great value to anthropological research of a fast fading culture. Yet it is a warm and human story of a small boy. This was an unfinished manuscript found by his son and brought to light by Gordon Newell who edited and completed the story. Of value to the anthropologist and anyone interested in the history of this culture. Proceeds from the sale of this book benefit environmental restoration and education. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Indian Days at Neah Bay
Publisher: Superior Publishing Co.
Publication Date: 1961
Book Condition: Good
Edition: Limited Edition
Book Description Superior, Seattle, WA, 1961. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Limited. #403/1500. Jacket protected, chip above 'bay' from label removal? The autiobiography of a pioneer boy and his life among the Makah Indians . Uncommon. Dedicated By Author. Seller Inventory # 061941