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Who Were the Padouca

GRINNELL, George Bird

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GRINNELL, George Bird. Who Were the Padouca? Reprinted from the American Anthropological Journal, July-Sept., 1920. 1st separate ed. Pp. [238]-260. Orig. printed wrappers. [with] Cheyenne Woman Customs. Reprinted from American Anthropologist, Jan.-Mar. 1902. Pp. 13-16. [with] Childbirth among the Blackfeet. Reprinted from American Anthropologist Aug. 1896. Pp. 286-287. [with] The Young Dog's Dance. Reprinted from Journal of American Folk-Lore, [n.d.]. Pp. 307-313. [with] A Cheyenne Obstacle Myth. Reprinted from Journal of American Folk-Lore, [n.d.]. Pp. 108-116. [with] The Cheyenne Medicine Lodge. Lancaster, PA: The New Era Printing Company, 1914. 1st separate ed. Pp. 245-256. Orig. printed wrappers. [with] Some Indian Stream Names. Lancaster, PA: The New Era Printing Company, 1913. 1st separate ed. Pp. 327-331. Orig. printed wrappers. Two copies. [with] Tenure of Land among the Indians. Reprinted from American Anthropology, Jan.-Mar. 1907. 11pp. [with] A Buffalo Sweatlodge. Reprinted from American Anthropology, Oct.-Dec. 1919. 1st separate ed. Pp. 361-375. Orig. printed wrappers. [with] Falling-Star. Reprinted from Journal of American Folk-Lore, July-Sept. 1921. 1st separate ed. Pp. [308]-315. [with] Old-Time Range of Virginia Deer, Moose, and Elk. Reprinted from Natural History, 1925. 1st separate ed. Pp. 136-142. [with] The Medicine Wheel. Reprinted from American Anthropology, July-Sept. 1922. 1st separate ed. Pp. 299-310. Illus. Orig. printed wrappers. Cloth. Bookplate removed, else fine. Laid in is 4-page carbon typescript signed, Elsa Spear Edwards' "The Medicine Wheel." Also photograph of the big Horns by Edwards. Collection of offprints on Indians by one of the pioneer anthropologists of the Great Plains. Elsa Spear Edwards was a famed photographer of Wyoming for 70 years. Bookseller Inventory # 63494

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