Good. Color illustrated paper covers with orange lettering; covers have medium wear that is heavier at edges; interior is clean and unmarked; heavily illustrated in black and white; text in English and Sioux; 9 3/4"-12" Tall; 215 pgs.
Very Good. 215 pp. B/w photo ills. Sioux Title: "T'oka Wan Itkok'ip Ohitike Kin He." Pictorial cover shows boy in tribal attire. Red lettering. Spine and back solid white. The Indian Life Readers are written in English, accompanied by a Sioux text by Emil Afraid-of-Hawk, edited by Willard W. Beatty. From the United States Indian Service of the Department of the Interior. Printed primarily for use in Federal Indian Schools, but suitable for use in any school, per cover information.
Good. Clark, Ann and Helen Post. Brave Against the Enemy A Story of Three Generations. Lawrence, KS: NP, 1944. 1st edition. 215pp. Red cloth. Book condition: Good. Faint shelf wear and rubbing to extremities. Contents good, clean and tight.
Near Fine. Book 1st printing. Gilt-stamped red cloth. 215pp. Illus. Bi-lingual with Sioux translation by Emil Afraid-of-Hawk. Post provided several fine b/w portraits. Signed by Dorothea Esing, whom I was told was a descendant of Zachary Taylor. 2" wrinkle to cloth at top of front cover, else fine. No dj. Scarce.
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