Good in fine dust jacket. Ex-library. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 304pp. Contains: Illustrations. Columbia Guides to American Indian History and Culture. Audience: General/trade. Excellent Condition HARD COVER. Written by Loretta Fowler, published by Columbia University Press, New York, 2003, assumed first edition, first printing, 294pp. Former library book with all the usual stamps and stickers. The text appears as though it has never been read. It is one of those library books that got lost in the stacks and no one could ever find it again. The text is like-new, it is clean, crisp and bright with no extraneous markings, no shelving-caused folds, no dog-ears, no tears, no stains. The binding is tight and the spine is solid. The dust jacket is protected by a clear plastic cover. The cover has very minimal shelf/edgewear. Excellent Copy. ISBN: 0231117000. Non-fiction; history; native Americans; Indians; Indian culture; Indian Reservations; tribal studies; archaeology; Arapaho; Arikara; Assiniboine; Blackfeet; Caddo; Cheyenne; Crow; Comanche; Gros Ventre; Hidatsa; Iowa; Kaw; Kiowa; Mandan; Omaha; Osage; Otoe-Missouria; Pawnee; Plains Apache; Plains Cree; Ponca; Sioux; Wichita
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