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Sylvester Tinker, Mae Abbott, Flora L Bailey

Published by Coachwhip Publications, United States (2015)

ISBN 10: 1616462809 ISBN 13: 9781616462802

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Item Description: Coachwhip Publications, United States, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This compilation of early recipe collections brings together two published booklets and one academic paper with recipes from traditional and recent American Indian kitchens. These include submissions from Choctaw, Chickasaw, Osage, Navaho, Sioux, and other cooks. Included are Authenticated American Indian Recipes (1955) by Sylvester and Alice Tinker, Oklahoma Indian Cook Book (1956) by Mae Abbott, and Navajo foods and cooking methods, (American Anthropologist, 1940) by Flora L. Bailey. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781616462802

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Sylvester Tinker, Mae Abbott, Flora L Bailey

Published by Coachwhip Publications, United States (2015)

ISBN 10: 1616462809 ISBN 13: 9781616462802

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Item Description: Coachwhip Publications, United States, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This compilation of early recipe collections brings together two published booklets and one academic paper with recipes from traditional and recent American Indian kitchens. These include submissions from Choctaw, Chickasaw, Osage, Navaho, Sioux, and other cooks. Included are Authenticated American Indian Recipes (1955) by Sylvester and Alice Tinker, Oklahoma Indian Cook Book (1956) by Mae Abbott, and Navajo foods and cooking methods, (American Anthropologist, 1940) by Flora L. Bailey. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781616462802

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Tinker, Sylvester; Abbott, Mae; Bailey, Flora L.

Published by Coachwhip Publications

ISBN 10: 1616462809 ISBN 13: 9781616462802

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Item Description: Coachwhip Publications. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: New. 1616462809 Special order direct from the distributor. Bookseller Inventory # ING9781616462802

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Feminism - Fisher, Elizabeth, Editor (Rita Mae Brown, Helen Neville, Berenice Abbott, Susan Griffin, Marilyn Hacker, Hannah Wilke, Andre Lourde, Margaret Atwood, Alice Walker, Carol Berge et al)

Published by Aphra, Springtown, PA (1969)

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Item Description: Aphra, Springtown, PA, 1969. Paperback. Book Condition: Good. First edition. Sold here together are eight early issues of Elizabeth Fisher's feminist literary journal. All issues have soiling and wear. Overall good to very good condition. Includes, stories, plays, poems, and articles on many subjects close to the feminist movement. Bookseller Inventory # 16212

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The Red and black, Central High School,: Abbott Patterson, Geneva

Abbott Patterson, Geneva (1916-2011); [association: Eero Saarinen];Harvey Aguado, Anton Schutz, Leota A. Meier, L. Scott, Bernette Droege, George Engelke, Sylvia Hume, Howard Williams, Alma Reitz, Joseph Tanaka, Carl Witbrodt, Mildred Treadway, Larry Weir, Josephine Tamalis, Esther Cresswell, Blanch Engler, Anna Hossitt, Mae Mensendiek, Joseph Hossitt, Ruth Farrell, Rose Hummel, Mary Taylor,Joseph Tanaka, Florence Lewin, Josephine Yates, Thelma Taylor, Bernice Gierer, Rudolph Loeffler, James Kerr, Mildred Chalmers, Jost Washburn, V. Misegades, Vivian McCaffrey, William Davis, Florence Lewin, Mildred Clayton, Jeanette Wolff, Clarence Siegfried, Rana Pipiens, Oscar Vroman, Sophie Kohm, Helen Cassimatis, Harold Garber, Louis Triefenbach, etc

Published by St. Louis, Mo. : Students of Central High School, 1933 (1933)

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Item Description: St. Louis, Mo. : Students of Central High School, 1933, 1933. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. No Jacket. 272 pp. ; profusely illustrated with artwork, drawings, and photographs ; red decorative cloth, no dustjacket ; ONE OF THE MOST AMAZING PSYCHIC OCCURENCES is preserved in this yearbook. A member of the graduating January class of 1933, GENEVA ABBOTT PATTERSON, (1916-2011) was asked at age 16 to imagine the city of St. Louis in the future, and she amazingly created a watercolor depicting the St. Louis cityscape and INCLUDED THE ST. LOUIS GATEWAY ARCH 15 YEARS BEFORE IT BECAME A CONCEPT IN THE MIND OF ITS DESIGNER, EERO SAARINEN IN 1947! The Gateway Arch was not completed until 1963. ; She added the following prophetic text spoken by Ulysses's wife Penelope from line 24 of Tennyson's Ulysses (1842): "Yet all experience is an Arch wherethro' gleams that untravell'd world, whose margin fades for ever, and for ever when I move" ; Geneva Abbott furthered her art studies at the Hadley Vocational School and became a member of the St. Louis Artists Guild. She worked as a commercial artist for International Shoe Company, and then turned to work as a watercolorist in St. Louis, Hilton Head, South Carolina and Vero Beach, Florida; the previous owner of the yearbook has added commentary and newspaper clippings of happenings to many of the senior class, some documenting the deaths of several in World War II, or by violence in St. Louis. Marriages of many of the women are recorded. Updated addresses and phone numbers of many former students are also added ; The yearbook has numerous articles written by students and show photographs and drawings in illustration. Subjects feature historical information about St. Louis, lists of artists, musicians with details of their lives and work are included ; all the artwork by the students reflects the then current Art Deco trends ; a very rare and historically important volume; and an exceedingly difficult-to-locate Saarinen collectible ; FINE. Book. Bookseller Inventory # 007297

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