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He was the greatest Indian warrior of the nineteenth century, whose victory over General Custer at t..
The son of French immigrants who settled in Maryland, Charles Larpenteur was so eager to see the rea..
W. Raymond Wood's dedication to scholarship in re-editing this valuable work leaves today's reader w..
Winner of the gold medal for best reference book from the 2012 Independent Publisher Book Awards. Fi..
The Sketchbook Series: Clothing, equipment, armaments, and accessories of the Great Lakes canoe..
When Skins Were Money tells the story of North America’s oldest and most romantic business, of the e..
With My Own Eyes tells the history of the nineteenth-century Lakotas. Susan Bordeaux Bettelyoun (185..
In more than forty years of travel, Stafford Cliff—designer and gardener—has gathered a planet’s wor..
Journal of Louis Dace
Letellier, stories on the Upper Missouri River...
As the year 1890 wound to a close, a band of more than three hundred Lakota Sioux Indians led by Chi..
"This is a book not only for reading, but for doing," the authors write in their foreword; "try maki..
This is a stunning colorful book in large format (12 x 15 in.) which includes 45 historic Indian hor..
"The Arctic! With each sweep of my paddle, all I could think was, Oh, how glorious it is!"
Ashkii's Journears is the story of a Navajo boy's journey into manhood in the years following t..
Discover the dying art of birchbark canoe building as seen through the eyes of someone who is passio..
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