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 1.  Dreamer-Prophets of the Columbia Plateau: Smohalla and Skolaskin (Civilization of the American Indian)Ruby, Robert H.; Brown, John A. University of Oklahoma Press 1989 0806121831 / 9780806121833 Hardcover

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0806121831 Very good in very good dust jacket. Protective mylar cover scuffed slightly, signed by both authors on half-title page. Sewn binding. Paper over boards. 257 p. Civilization of the American Indian (Hardcover). Audience: General/trade. 
Price: 52.00 USD

 
 2.  Spokane Indians: Children of the Sun (The Civilization of the American Indian series)Ruby, Robert H.; Brown, John A. University of Oklahoma Press 080610905X / 9780806109053 Hardcover

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080610905X ~Very Good. VG DJ. Hardcover. Light shelf wear to boards/DJ; satisfaction guaranteed. Signed and inscribed by both authors to L.C. Floyd on FFEP. Association copy, signed by Mike Floyd on her bookplate inside front cover. Mrs. L.C. "Mike" Floyd was one of the founders of the Dayton Museum in Dayton, Washington, outside Walla Walla. The Spokane (or Spokan) are a Native American people in the northeastern portion of the U.S. state of Washington. The Spokane Indian Reservation, at 47°55?42?N 118°02?45?W, is located in eastern Washington, almost entirely in Stevens County, but includes two very small parcels of land (totaling 1.52 acres) and part of the Spokane River in northeastern Lincoln County. The city of Spokane, Washington takes its name, which literally means "children of the sun" or "Sun People", from them. Their language belongs to the Interior Salishan family. According to Lewis and Clark, in the early 19th century they lived in the vicinity of the Spokane River and numbered around 600. The 2000 census reported the resident population of the reservation at 2,004 persons, living on a land area of 615.168 kmē (237.518 sq mi). 
Price: 81.00 USD

 
 
 3.  The Cayuse Indians: Imperial Tribesman Of Old Oregon by Ruby, Robert H. & Brown, John A. by Ruby, Robert H. & Brown, John A.Ruby, Robert H. & Brown, John A. University Of Oklahoma Press 1975 TRADE PAPERBACK

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Clean text, tight binding, light wear to exterior. A percentage of the proceeds from the sale of this book benefit Penrose Memorial Library at Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington, Earthlight Books (across the street from the college), and the local Walla Walla economy! 
Price: 7.50 USD

     
 

 


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