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A Saboba Origin-Myth by George Wharton James; JAFL Vol. XV, No. 61, pp. 36-9 [1902]

American Indian Myth Poems, 1922

American myths & legends (1903)

Aw-aw-tam Indian Nights (Myths and Legends of the Pima) by J. William Lloyd [1911]

Achomawi and Atsugewi Tales and Achomawi Myths by Roland B. Dixon JAFL Vol. 22, no. 81, pp. 159-77 [1908] and JAFL Vol. 23, no. 85, pp. 283-7 [1909].

Aw-aw-tan Indian Nights, 1911

A Chapter In The History Of Cleveland (1895), by CM Burton, 41 pages

A Descriptive Catalogue Of Catlin’s Indian Collection, Containing Portraits, Landscapes, Costumes And Customs Of The North American Indians (1848), by Mr. Catlin, 103 pages

A History Of The Upper Country Of South Carolina – From The Earliest Periods To The Close Of The War Of Independence (1859),by John H. Logan, 541 pages

A Journal Of A Mission To The Indians Of The British Provinces (1827), by John West, 132 pages

A Report From Natchitoches In 1807 (1922), by John Sibley, 113 pages

A Short Biography Of John Leeth, With An Account Of His Life Among The Indians (1904), by John Leeth, 76 pages

Achomawi And Atsugewi Tales And Achomawi Myths (1909), by Ronald Dixon, 33 pages

Adventures With Indians (1908), by Philip Mighels, 269 pages

Alasco, An Indian Tale (1857), by an author at JB Lippincott, 151 pages

American Indian Fairy Tales – Snow Bird, The Water Tiger, Etc. (1907), by Margaret Compton, 236 pages

American Indian Fairy Tales (1921), by John Rae, 103 pages

American Indian Freemasonry (1919), by Arthur Parker, 43 pages

American Indian Life By Several Of Its Students (1922), by Elsie Parsons, 487 pages

American Indian Peace Medals (1907), by Paul Beckwith, 18 pages

American Indian Portraits (N.D), by HV Kaltenborn, 17 pages

American Indian Stories (1921), by Zitkala-Sa, 211 pages

American Indian Verse, Characteristics Of Style (1921), by Nellie Barnes, 73 pages

America’s Indian Background, An Introduction To The Subject Of Indians In The United States Area (1945), by Edwin Walker, 26 pages

An Historical And Geographical Memoir Of The North-American Continent; Its Nations & Tribes (1820), by Rev. James Gordon, 428 pages

Anecdotes Of The American Indians (1850), by Ramon The Rover of Cuba, 264 pages

Antiquities Of Long Island (1875), by Gabriel Forman, 485 pages

Antiquities Of The St. Francis, White, And Black Rivers, Arkansas (1910), by Clarence Moore, 160 pages

Antiquities Of The Upper Verde River And Walnut Creek Valleys, Arizona (1913), by Jesse Fewkes, 95 pages

Autobiography Of A Winnebago Indian (1920), by Paul Radin, 77 pages

Before The White Man Came – Indian Legends And Stories (1923), by Mabel Burkholder, 321 pages

Blue Eye – A Story Of The People Of The Plains (1905), Ogal Alla, 255 pages

Before the white man came  (1923)

California And Her Indian Children (1911), by Cornelia Taber, 90 pages

Cateechee Of Keeowee A Descriptive Poem (1898), by JW Daniel, 86 pages

Cherokee And Earlier Remains On Upper Tennessee River (1922), by M.R. Harrington, 420 pages

Cherokee Sacred Formulas And Medicinal Prescriptions (1932), by James Mooney, 352 pages

Chronicles Of Border Warfare, Or, A History Of The Settlement By The Whites, Of North-Western Virginia, And Of The Indian Wars and Massacres (1895), by Alexander Scott Withers, 478 pages

Constitution and Laws of the Cherokee Nation (1875), published by the authority of the National Council, 295 pages

Creation Myths Of Primitive America In Relation To The Religious History And Mental Development Of Mankind (1898), by Jeremiah Curtin, 582 pages

Crow Indian Beadwork (1959), by William Wildschut, 111 pages

Culture Of The Luiseno Indians (1908), by Philip Stedman Sparkman, 68 pages

Ceremonies and Traditions of the Diegueño Indians by Constance Goddard Du Bois; JAFL XXI, No. 82 pp. 228-36 [1908].

Chukchee Mythology

Coos Texts by Leo Frachtenberg. [1913] (Columbia University Contributions to Anthropology, Vol. I.)

Chinook Texts by Franz Boas. [1894] (U.S. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin, no 20.)

Chinigchinich by Friar Geronimo Boscana; tr. by Alfred Robinson; [1846]

Death and Funeral Customs among the Omahas by Francis La Flesche [1889]

Dancing Gods Indian Ceremonials Of New Mexico And Arizona (1931), by Erna Fergusson, 193 pages

David Cusick’s Sketches Of Ancient History Of The Six Nations (1848), by David Cusack, 37 pages

Echoes of the forest, American Indian legends (1918)

Eskimo Folk-tales collected by Knud Rasmussen, translated and edited by W. Worster [1921]

Earliest Days In America (1897), by Blanche Hazard, 285 pages

English Institutions And The American Indian (1894), 289 pages

Eoneguski, Or, The Cherokee Chief – A Tale Of Past Wars Vol. 1 (1839), by an American, 227 pages

Eoneguski, Or, The Cherokee Chief – A Tale Of Past Wars Vol. 2 (1839), by an American, 207 pages

Folk-lore and legends; North American Indian (1890)

Famous Indian Chiefs (1909), by Charles HL Johnston, 534 pages

Fanciful Tales From Legends Of The Adirondack Indians (1905), by Kate Brewer, 69 pages

Folk-Lore And Legends. North American Indian (1891), 211 pages

Folk-Lore And Legends_ North American Indian (1894), 410 pages

Glooskap’s Country And Other Indian Tales (1922), by Cyrus Macmillan, 287 pages

Glooscap the great chief (1913)

Historical Collections Of Georgia (1855), by the Rev. George White, 842 pages

History Of Auglaize County, Ohio With The Indian History Of Wapakoneta, And The First Settlement Of The County (1880), 210 pages

History Of The Cherokee Indians And Their Legends And Folk Lore (1921), by Emmet Stark, by 681 pages

History Of The Indian Tribes Of Hudson’S River; Their Origin, Manners And Customs (1971), by E.M. Ruttenber, 423 pages

History Of The Lackawanna Valley (1903), by H. Hollister, 556 pages

History Of The White Mountains (1870), by Benjamin Willey, 545 pages

History, Manners, And Customs Of The North American Indians (1859), by Thomas Summers, 253 pages

Hupa Texts (1904), by Piny Earle Goddard, 301 pages

Hupa Texts by Pliny Earle Goddard. UCPAAE Vol. 1 No. 2 [1904]

Haida Songs by John R. Swanton. [1912] (Publications of the American Ethnological Society Volume III, Part 1.)

In the reign of Coyote, folkflore from the Pacific coast (1905)

Indian boyhood (1902)

Indian heroes and great chieftains (1918)

Indian legends & other poems (1910)

Indian legends (1911)

Indian legends of early days (1905)

Indian legends of Minnesota (1893)

Indian legends of Saratoga and of the upper Hudson Valley

Indian legends of the Cuyamaca Mountains (1914)

Indian legends retold (1919)

Indian legends; Nanabush, the Ojibbeway (1885)

Indian myths of South Central California (1907)

Indian Old-man stories (1920)

Indian Why Stories by Frank Linderman [1915]

Indians of the Quinaielt agency, Washington Territory [microform], 1899

Introduction to Zuñi Ceremonialism by Ruth Bunzel

In Indian Tents (1897), by Abby Alger, 149 pages

In Red Man’S Land A Study Of The American Indian (1914), by Francis Leupp, 182 pages

Indian Biography (1800), 221 pages

Indian Biography (1836), by B.B. Thatcher, 329 pages

Indian Biography, Containing The Lives Of More Than Two Hundred Indian Chiefs (1832), by Samuel Drake, 360 pages

Indian Folk Tales (C1911), by Mary F. Nixon-Roulet, 199 pages

Indian Games & Dances With Native Songs, Arranged From American Indian Ceremonials & Sports (1915), by Alice C. Fletcher, 161 pages

Indian Legends Retold (1919), by Elaine Goodale Eastman, 191 pages

Indian Massacres & Tales Of The Red Skins, Authentic History Of American Indians From 1492 To 1895 (1895), by A.D. Porter, 258 pages

Indian Population In The United States And Alaska. 1910 (1915), by The Dept. of Commerce, 297 pages

Indian Researches, Or, Facts Concerning The North American Indians (1844), by Benjamin Slight, 185 pages

Indians And Pioneers; An Historical Reader For The Young (1897), by Blanche Hazard and Samuel Dutton, 283 pages

Indians Of Manhattan Island And Vicinity (1947), by Hanson Skinner, 68 pages

Indians Of Southern California (1937), by Ediwn Walker, 22 pages

Indians Of The Chicago Region (1946), by Charles Winslow, 229 pages

Indians Of The Eastern Shore Of Maryland (1922), by F.G. Speck, 26 pages

Indians Of The Southwest (1903), by George Dorsey, 239 pages

Indians Of The Southwest (1913), by Pliny Earle Goddard, 199 pages

Indians Of To-Day (1915), by George Grinnell, 548 pages

Indians of South Dakota

Introduction To The Study Of Mortuary Customs Among The North American Indians (1880), by Dr. H.C. Yarrow, 131 pages

Iroquoian Cosmology (1904), by J.N.B. Hewitt, 249 pages

Jicarilla Apache Texts by Pliny Earle Goddard. [1911] (Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, Vol. VIII.)

Kaw-Wau-Nita, And Other Poems (1873), by C.L. Woods, 113 pages

Kwakiutl Tales by Franz Boas. [1910] (Columbia University Contributions to Anthropology, Vol. II.)

Legendary lore of Mackinac (1901)

Legends of southern California (1919)

Legends of the Northwest (1881)

Legends of Vancouver (1920)

Life among the Indians (1889)

Life and legends of the Sioux  (1849)

Life on the Lakes Volume 01 (1836)

Life on the Lakes Volume 02 (1836)

Legends Of The Susquehanna, And Other Poems (1888), by Truman Purdy, 246 pages

Life Among The Indians; Or, Personal Reminiscences Of Indian Life And Character (1857), by James Finley, 551 pages

Literary Aspects Of North American Mythology (1915), 58 pages

Literature Of The Cherokees (1889), by George Foster, 128 pages

Lone Bull’s Mistake – A Lodge Pole Chief Story (1918), by James Schultz, 231 pages

Lost Indian Magic; A Mystery Story Of The Red Man As He Lived Before The White Men Came (1918), by Grace and Carl Moon, 334 pages

Many Many Moons; A Book Of Wilderness Poems (1920), by Lew Sarett, 108 pages

Miwok Myths (1917), 64 pages

My Native Land. The United States Its Wonders, (1895), by James Cox, 412 pages

Maidu Texts by Roland B. Dixon, Publications of the American Ethnological Society, vol. IV [1912]

Many Swans: Sun Myth of the North American Indians by Amy Lowell [1920]

Myths of the Miwok By Edward Winslow Gifford. UCPAAE Vol. 12, No. 8, pp. 283-338. [1917]

Myths and legends of the great plains (1913)

Myths and legends of the Mississippi Valley and the Great Lakes (1914)

Myths and Legends of the Sioux by Marie L. McLaughlin [1916]

Myths and Legends of California and the Old Southwest Compiled and edited by Katherine Berry Judson. [1912]

Mythology of the Mission Indians by Constance Goddard Du Bois; JAFL Vol. XVII, No. 66. p.. 185-8 [1904]; Vol. XIX. No. 72 pp. 52-60 and 73. pp. 145-64. [1906].

Myths of the Cherokee by James Mooney [1900]

Myths and Tales of the Southeastern Indians by John R. Swanton. [1929] (Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin, No. 88.)

Native Calendar Of Central America And Mexico (1893), by Daniel Brinton, 71 pages

North American Indians Of The Plains (1912), by Clark Wissler, 159 pages

Notes On The Floridian Peninsula – Its Literary History, Indian Tribes And Antiquities (1859), by Daniel Brinton, 205 pages

Navaho Myths, Prayers, and Songs by Washington Matthews (UCPAAE 5:2) [1906]

Navaho legends (1897)

Old Indian Legends by Zitkala-Sa [1901]copy

Old Indian Legends by Zitkala-Sa [1901]

Origin Myths of the Navaho Indians by Aileen O’Bryan

Occoneechee, The Maid Of The Mystic Lake (1916), by Robert Jarrett, 336 pages

On The Great American Plateau; Wanderings Among Canyons And Buttes, In The Land Of The Cliff-Dweller, And The Indian Of To-Day (1906), by T. Mitchell Prudden, 338 pages

Path On The Rainbow (1918), by George Cronyn, 279 pages

Personal Experiences Among Our North American Indians. Supplement (1918), by W. Thornton Parker, 65 pages

Pioneer History; Or Cortland County And The Border Wars Of New York (1859), by HC Goodwin, 472 pages

Poems Of The Piasa (1896), by Frank Riehl, 197 pages

Pomo Bear Doctors (1917), by S.A. Barrett, 37 pages

Portraits Of The Aborigines Of Canada And Notes On The Tribes (1909), 41 pages

Practice Of Medicine And Surgery By The Canadian Tribes In Champlain’s Time (1915), by W.R. Harris, 31 pages

Questions Regarding American Indian Criminality (1961), by US Dept of Health, 11 pages

Pueblo Indian folk-stories (1894)

Religion of the Indians of California by A. L. Kroeber.[1907]

Queres Indians of Laguna and Acoma (1917)

Revolutionary reader; reminiscences and Indian legends (1913)

Rainbow Stories And Indian Myths (1919), by George Caldwell, 131 pages

Reminiscences Of The Indians (1869), by Cephas Washburn, 245 pages

Rig Veda Americanus. Sacred Songs Of The Ancient Mexicans, With A Gloss In Nahuatl (1890), by D.G. Brinton, 114 pages

Runes Of The Red Race (1899), by Frank Riehl, 204 pages

Sacred Formulas Of The Cherokees (1891), by James Mooney, 150 pages

Sannillac – A Poem (1831), by Lewis Cass and Henry Schoolcraft, 167 pages

Sketches Of Aboriginal Life (1846), by V.V. Vide, 257 pages

Some Observations On The Situation, Disposition, And Character Of The Indian Natives (1784), by Joseph Crukshank, 69 pages

Songs And Song-Legends Of Dahkotah Land (1882), by Edward Fales, 35 pages

Stories From Indian Wigwams And Northern Camp Fires; (1892), by Egerton Young, 369 pages

Stories Of Indian Chieftains (1911), by Mary Hall Husted, 149 pages

Seneca fiction, legends, and myths (1918)

Sacred Formulas of the Cherokee by James Mooney [1891]

Social life and ceremonial bundles of the Menomini Indians, 1913

Tales of the bark lodges (1919)

Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo by Henry Rink [1875]

Tales of the North American Indians by Stith Thompson [1929]

Taytay’s tales (1922)

Tlingit Myths and Texts by John R. Swanton. [1909] (U.S. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin no. 39.)

Traditions of the Hopi by H.R. Voth, Field Columbian Museum Anthropogical Publication Vol. VIII. [1905].

Truth of a Hopi by Edmund Nequatewa, [1936]

The Iroquois Book of Rites by H.E. Hale [1883]

The Code of Handsome Lake by Arther C. Parker [1913]

The Sun Dance and Other Ceremonies of the Oglala Division of The Teton Dakota. by J. R. Walker. [1917] (Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History Vol. XVI, Part II)

The Canadian Indian

The Cherokee Ball Play by James Mooney [1890]

The crooked tree; Indian legends (1917)

The Dawn of the World Myths and Weird Tales Told by the Mewan [Miwok] Indians of California, by C. Hart Merriam [1910]

The Indian fairy book (1868)

The legends of the Iroquois (1902)

The Mountain Chant, A Navajo Ceremony by Washington Matthews [1887]

The white canoe, and other legends of the Ojibways (1904)

The White hills (1871)

The Soul of the Indian by Charles Eastman [1911]

The Mythology of the Diegeños by Constance Goddard Du Bois, The Journal of American Folk-Lore (JAFL) Vol. XIV, No. 54, pp. 181-5 [1901]

The Legend of Tauquitch and Algoot by George Wharton James; JAFL Vol. XVI, No. 62, pp. 153-9 [1903]

The Story of the Chaup; A Myth of the Diegueños by Constance Goddard Du Bois; JAFL Vol. XVII, No. 67 pp. 217-42 [1904]

To the American Indian (1916)

Traditions of the Arapaho (1903)

Traditions of the Osage (1904)

Tah Koo Wah Kan – The Gospel Among The Dakotas (1869), by S.B. Treat, 536 pages

Teuchsa Grondie. A Legendary Poem (1869), Levi Bishop, 53 pages

The American Aboriginal Portfolio (1853), by Mary Eastman, 191 pages

The American Indian In Painting (1900), by H. Chadick Hunter, 35 pages

The American Indian What And Whence (1894), 15 pages

The American Indians, North Of Mexico (1917), by W.H. Miner, 191 pages

The Autobiography Of A Winnebago Indian (1920), by Paul Radin, 101 pages

The Cherokees In Pre-Columbian Times (1890), by Prof. Cyrus Thomas, 113 pages

The Childhood Of Ji-Shib, The Ojibwa, And Sixty-Four Pen Sketches (1900), by Albert Jenks, 137 pages

The Contributions Of The American Indian To Civilization (1903), by Alexander Chamberlain, 44 pages

The Culture Of The Luiseño Indians (1908), by Philip Stedman Sparkman, 60 pages

The Dawn Of Canadian History – A Chronicle Of Aboriginal Canada (1915), by Stephen Leacock, 152 pages

The Eastern Cherokees (1888), by Thomas Donaldson, 32 pages

The Eastern Cherokees (1943), by William Gilbert, 275 pages

The Explanatory Element In The Folk-Tales Of The North-American Indians (1914), by T.T. Waterman, 62 pages

The Food Of Certain American Indians And Their Methods Of Preparing It (1895), by Lucien Carr, 46 pages

The Four Kings Of Canada – Being An Account Of The Four Indian Princes Lately Arrived From North America (1710), 80 pages

The Genesis Of The American Indian (1917), by Ales Hrdlicka, 34 pages

The Genetic Relationship Of The North American Indian Languages (1919), by Paul Radin, 27 pages

The History, Manners And Customs Of The North American Indians (1849), 259 pages

The Honor Of Breath Feather (1914), by Anna Kalfus, 64 pages

The Indian Captivity Of O.M. Spencer (1917), by Milo Milton Quaife, 223 pages

The Indian In His Wigwam, Or, Characteristics Of The Red Race Of America (1848), by Henry Schoolcraft, 428 pages

The Indian Miscellany (1877), by W.W. Beach, 498 pages

The Indian Pass – An Adirondack Legend (1888), by Hnery Van Hoevenbergh, 11 pages

The Indian Question (1874), by Francis A. Walker, 272 pages

The Indian Wars Of The United States, From The First Settlement At Jamestown, In 1607, To The Close Of The Great Uprising Of 1890-91 (1902), by Edward Ellis, 509 pages

The Indians Of Berks County, Pa (1881), by D.B Brunner, 189 pages

The Indians, Their Manners And Customs (1889), by John McLean, 350 pages

The Iroquois Book Of Rites (1883), by Horatio Halem, 229 pages

The Keshequa Trail (1908), by The Bard of the Keshequa Valley, 43 pages

The League Of The Iroquois, And Other Poems (1880), by Benjamin Hathaway, 343 pages

The Legend Of Laddin’s Rock (1902), by Alice Stead Binney, 46 pages

The Legend Of Multnomah Falls (1905), by Susan Williamson Smith, 43 pages

The Life And Traditions Of The Red Men (1893), By Joseph Nicolar, 156 pages

The Lost Giant And Other American Indian Tales Retold (1918), by Violet Moore Higgins, 83 pages

The Marvellous Country Or, Three Years In Arizona And New Mexico (N.D), by Samuel Cozzens, 612 pages

The Merchandise Of The American Indian (1920), 27 pages

The Myth Of Stone Idol. A Love Legend Of Dakota (1876), by William Jones, 84 pages

The Nacoochee Mound In Georgia (1918), by George Pepper, 219 pages

The Ohio Valley In Colonial Days (1890), by Berthold Fernow, 304 pages

The Old Trail And The New – A Tale Of The Kittatinnies (1909), by A.M. Gher, 83 pages

The Oneota. The Red Man As Soldier (1913), by Willard Yager, 159 pages

The Ozark Bluff-Dwellers (1960), by M.R. Harrington, 259 pages

The Path On The Rainbow, An Anthology Of Songs And Chants From The Indians Of North America (1918), by Geroge Cronym, 388 pages

The Peyote Cult (1923), by Paul Radin, 54 pages

The Punishment Of The Stingy And Other Indian Stories (1901), by Geroge Bird Grinnel, 286 pages

The Religion Of The Indians Of California (1907), by A.L. Kroeber, 40 pages

The Seri Indians (1896), by WJ McGee, 460 pages

The Song Of The Wahbeek, A Poem (1909), by Henry Pelham Holmes Bromwell, 202 pages

The Spirit Lake Massacre (1918), by Thomas Teakle, 359 pages

The Story Of The American Indian; His Origin, Development, Decline And Destiny (C1887), by Elbridge S. Brooks, 324 pages

The Sun-God (1889), by J.E. Wharton, 79 pages

The Swimmer Manuscript Cherokee Sacred Formulas And Medicinal Prescriptions (1932), by James Mooney, 361 pages

The White Wolf (1921), by Elmer Russell Gregor, 283 pages

The Wild Rose Of The Beaver, And Tononqua, The Pride Of The Wyandots. Two Border Tales Of The 18th Century (1886), by Rudolph Leonhart, 381 pages

Tisayac Of The Yosemite (1890), by Toland, 89 pages

To The American Indian (C1916), by Mrs. Lucy Thompson, 220 pages

Totem Tales – Indian Stories Indian Told, Gathered In The Pacific Northwest (1896), by W.S. Phillips, 332 pages

Traditions Of The Arapaho (1903), by George Dorsey, 488 pages

Traits Of American-Indian Life And Character (1853), 241 pages

Travels And Adventures In Canada And The Indian Territories Between The Years 1760 And 1776 (1809), by James Bain, 407 pages

Travels Through The Interior Parts Of North-America In The Years 1766, 1767, And 1768 (1778), by J. Carver, 582 pages

Two Myths of the Mission Indians by A. L. Kroeber; JAFL Vol. XIX, No. 75 pp. 309-21 [1906]

Yana Texts by Edward Sapir UCPAAE Vol. 9 No. 1, pp. 1-235. [1910]

Yosemite legends (1904)

Yaqui Myths And Legends (1959), by Ruth Warner Giddings, 143 pages

Yosemite Legends (1904), by Bertha H. Smith, 92 pages

Wab-Ah-See, A Legend Of The Sleeping Dew; And Other Poems (1868), by Mrs MJ Kutz, 211 pages

When Buffalo Ran (1920), by George Bird Grinnel, 134 pages

Wigwam Wonder Tales (1919), by William Thompson, 174 pages

Wisdom Of The North American Indian In Speech And Legend (1913), by Alexander Francis Chamberlain, 45 pages

Walam Olum excerpt from The Lenâpé and Their Legends, by Samuel G. Brinton. Brinton’s Library of Aboriginal Literature number V. Phildelphia [1885].

Zuñi Origin Myths by Ruth Bunzel

Zuñi Ritual Poetry by Ruth Bunzel

Zuñi Folk Tales by Frank Cushing[1901]

Aztecs

A Conservation Study Of An Anasazi Earthen Mural At Aztec Ruins National Monument, 607 pages

A Prince Of Anahuac – A Histori-Traditional Story Antedating The Aztec Empire (1894), by James Porter, 383 pages

Aztec Land (1890), by Maturin Ballou, 374 pages

Descriptive Catalogue Of The Archaeological & Artistic Collections Of Eufemio Abadiano (1885), by Eufemio Abadiana, 19 pages

Memoir Of Eventful Expedition In Central America (1851), by John Stevens, 50 pages

Mexico, Aztec, Spanish And Republican Vol 1 (1852), by Branct Mayer, 470 pages

Mexico, Aztec, Spanish And Republican Vol 2 (1852)

Montezuma, The Serf, or, The Revolt Of The Mexitili – The Tale Of The Last Days Of The Aztec Dynasty (1845), 250 pages

Montezuma. An Epic On The Origin And Fate Of The Aztec Nation (1885), by Hiram Hoyt Richmond, 201 pages

On The Social Organization And Mode Of Government Of The Ancient Mexicans (1879), by AD. F. Bandelier, 153 pages

Pictorial History Of Mexico And The Mexican War – An Account Of The Ancient Aztec Empire (1862), by John Frost, 645 pages

Poems – An Historical Poem Of The Ancient Aztecs Of Mexico (1884), by Augustin Taveau, 172 pages

Sacred Flowers Of The Aztecs (1912), by William Edwin Safford, 15 pages

Sunrise In Aztec Land (1922), by Wiliam A. Ross, 248 pages

The Aztec And Maya Papermakers (1944), by Victor Wolfgang Von Hagen, 180 pages

The Aztec God And Other Dramas (1916), by George Lansing Raymond, 485 pages

The Aztec Treasure-House, A Romance Of Contemporaneous Antiquity (1890), by Thomas Janvier, 480 pages

The Aztec-Hunters (1918), by Francis Rolt-Wheeler, 409 pages

The Aztecs (Indian Races) (1905), by A. Van Doren Honeyman, 111 pages

The Aztecs, Their History, Manners, And Customs (1887), by Lucien Biart, 355 pages

The Book Of The Life Of The Ancient Mexicans – Containing An Account Of Their Rites And Superstitions (1903), 191 pages

The Bride Of Huitzil An Aztec Legend (1922), by Hervey Allen, 48 pages

The Delineation Of The Day-Signs In The Aztec Manuscripts (1916), by T.T. Waterman, 110 pages

The Early Peopling Of America, And Its Discovery Before The Time Of Columbus (1848), by John Newman, 50 pages

The Fair God Or, The Last Of The ‘Tzins A Tale Of The Conquest Of Mexico (1887), by Lew Wallace, 434 pages

The Fall Of Tollan (1905), by James Edward Rougth, 60 pages

The History Of Mexico And Its Wars (1882), by John Frost, 731 pages

The Khitan Languages The Aztec And Its Relations (1884), by John Campbell, 26 pages

The Magic And Mysteries Of Mexico Or, The Arcane Secrets And Occult Lore Of The Ancient Mexicans And Maya ([N.D.]), by Lewis Spence, 320 pages

The Stone Of The Sun And The First Chapter Of The History Of Mexico (1921), by Enrique Juan Palacios, 94 pages

The White Conquerors A Tale Of Toltec And Aztec (1893), by Kirk Munroe, 356 pages

Tizoc (1829), by Marshall Saville, 97 pages

Hopi

A Journal Of American Ethnology And Archaeology Vol 1 (1891), by J Walter Fewkes, 154 pages

A Journal Of American Ethnology And Archaeology Vol 2 (1891), by J Walter Fewkes, 211 pages

A Journal Of American Ethnology And Archaeology Vol 3 (1891), by J Walter Fewkes, 161 pages

A Journal Of American Ethnology And Archaeology Vol 4 (1891), by J Walter Fewkes

Archeological Expedition To Arizona In 1895 (1899), by Jesse Walter Fewkes, 470 pages

Brief Miscellaneous Hopi Papers (1912), by H.R. Voth. 162 pages

Colonel Juan Batista De Anza, Governor Of New Mexico (1918), by Colonel Juan Bautista de Anza, 51 pages

Designs On Prehistoric Hopi Pottery (1919), 801 pages

Dolls Of The Tusayan Indians (1894), by J. Walter Fewkes, 51 pages

Hopi Ceremonial Frames From Cañon De Chelly, Arizona (1906), by J. Walter Fewkes, 16 pages

Hopi Katcinas Drawn By Native Artists (1904), by J. Walter Fewkes, 254 pages

Hopi Proper Names (1905), by H.R. Voth, 60 pages

Hopi Shrines Near The East Mesa, Arizona (1906), by J Walter Fewkes, 46 pages

Hopiykwa Lonatuawh Tatawwi = (Hopi Gospel Songs Printed In The Interest Of The Missions To The Hopis (1918), 67 pages

Kwahu, The Hopi Indian Boy (1913), by George Newell Moran, 246 pages

Prehistoric Stone Implements Of Northeastern Arizona (N.D), by Ricard B. Woodbury, 323 pages

The Hopi Indians (1915), by Walter-Hough, 272 pages

The Mishongnovi Ceremonies Of The Snake And Antelope Fraternities Vol 3 No 3 (1902), by H.R. Voth, 399 pages

The Moki Snake Dance (1901), by Walter Hough, 80 pages

The Oráibi Oáqöl Ceremony (Volume 3, No. 1), by George Dorsey and H.R. Voth

The Oráibi Oáqöl Ceremony (Volume 6, No. 1), by George Dorsey and H.R. Voth

The Oraibi Summer Snake Ceremony Vol 3 No 4 (1903), by George Dorsey and H.R. Voth, 378 pages

The Snake-Dance Of The Moquis Of Arizona (N.D), by John Bourke, 527 pages

The Sun’s Influence On The Form Of Hopi Pueblos (1906), by J. Walter Fewkes, 26 pages

The Traditions Of The Hopi (1905), by H.R. Voth, 341 pages

Through Our Unknown Southwest…The Home Of The Cliff Dweller And The Hopi…(1913), by Agnes C. Laut, 385 pages

Tusayan Flute And Snake Ceremonies (1901), by J. Walter Fewkes, 105 pages

Tusayan Katcinas (1897), by J. Walter Fewkes, 176 pages

Tusayan Migration Traditions (1901), by J. Walter Fewkes, 70 pages

Incas

Antiquarian, Ethnological, And Other Researches In New Granada, Equador, Peru And Chili… (1860), by William Bollaert, 316 pages

Cuzco A Journey To The Ancient Capital Of Peru, with An Account Of The History, Language, Literature, And Antiquities Of The Incas (1856), by Clements Markhan, 446 pages

First Part Of The Royal Commentaries Of The Yncas Vol 1 (1871), by Clements Markham, 563 pages

First Part Of The Royal Commentaries Of The Yncas Vol 2

Heirs Of The Incas (1924), by Carroll K. Michener, 318 pages

Historical Researches On The Conquest Of Peru, Mexico… (1827), by John Ranking, 503 pages

History Of The Conquest Of Peru Vol I (1901), by William Prescott, 388 pages

History Of The Conquest Of Peru Vol II (1901), by William Prescott, 402 pages

History Of The Indians Of North And South America (1848), by Peter Parley, 336 pages

In The Wonderland Of Peru (1912), by Hiram Bingham, 198 pages

Inca Land Explorations In The Highlands Of Peru (1922), by Hiram Bingham, 482 pages

Manco The Peruvian Chief Or, An Englishman’s Adventures In The Counrty Of The Incas (1900), by William Kingston, 323 pages

Narratives Of The Rites And Laws Of The Yncas (1873), by Clements Markham, 253 pages

Observations On The Inca And Yunga Nations, Their Early Remains (1865), by Archibald Smith, 106 pages

Old Civilizations Of Inca Land (1924), by Charles Mead, 130 pages

Peru Illustrated – Or, Incidents Of Travel And Exploration In The Land Of The Incas (1877), by E. George Squier, 652 pages

Peru. History Of Coca, The Divine Plant Of The Incas_ With An Introductory Account Of The Incas, And Of The Andean Indians Of To-Day (1901), by W. Golden Mortimer, 610 pages

Ten Years In South America (1876), by Benjamin Dingman, 79 pages

The Gold Of The Gods (1915), by Arthur Reeve, 305 pages

The Golden Magnet A Tale Of The Land Of The Incas (1884), by Geo Manville Fenn, 446 pages

The History Of America (1800), by WIlliam Robertson, 452 pages

The Incas And Their Industries .. (1921), by Henry Van Den Bergh, 67 pages

The Incas Of Peru (1912), Sur Clements Markham, 489 pages

The Incas, Or, The Destruction Of The Empire Of Peru (1777), by M. Mormontel, 305 pages Vol 1

The Incas, Or, The Destruction Of The Empire Of Peru (1777) Vol 2

The Land Of The Incas And The City Of The Sun The Story Of Francisco Pizarro And The Conquest Of Peru (1885), by W.H. Davenport Adams, 262 pages

The Musical Instruments Of The Incas, A Guide Leaflet To The Collection On Exhibition In The American Museum Of Natural History (1903), by Charles W. Mead, 43 pages

The Ramirez De Velazco Collection Of Spanish And Inca Silver (1928), 56 pages

The Second Part Of The Chronicle Of Peru (1883), by Pedro De Cieza De Leon, 315 pages

The Secret Of The Pacific, A Discussion Of The Origin Of The Early Civilisations Of America, The Toltecs, Aztecs, Mayas, Incas (1912), by C. Reginald Enock, 459 pages

The Story Of Inca Rocca (1890), by Chauncey Thomas, 99 pages

The Travels Of Pedro De Cieza De Leo´n, A. D. 1532-50 Contained In The First Part Of His Chronicle Of Peru (1864), 538 pages

The Treasure Of The Incas, A Tale Of Adventure In Peru (1911), by G.A. Henty, 384 pages

The War Of Quito (1913), by Sir Clements R. Markham, 263 pages

Toa, Queen Of Incas .. (1919), by Elsa Schoenle, 9 pages

Vitcos, The Last Inca Capital (1912), by Hiram Bingham, 77 pages

Maya

A Correlation Of The Mayan And European Calendars (1927), by J. Eric Thompson, 27 pages

A Maya Grammar, With Bibliography And Appraisement Of The Works Noted (1921), by Alfred M. Tozzer, 329 pages

A Method Which May Have Been Used By The Mayas In Calculating Time (1901), by Charles Bowditch, 28 pages

A Primer Of Mayan Hieroglyphics (1895), by Daniel Brinton, 160 pages

A Study Of The Manuscript Troano (1882), by Cyrus Thomas, 307 pages

A Suggestive Maya Inscription (1903), by Charles Bowditch, 25 pages

Aids To The Study Of The Maya Codices (1888), by Prof Cyrus Thomas, 121 pages

An Attempt To Reconcile The Differences Between Authorities In Reference To The Maya Calendar And Certain Dates (1881), 16 pages

An Introduction To The Study Of The Maya Hieroglyphs (1915), by Sylvanus Griswold Morley, 376 pages

Art Of The Maya Civilization Exhibition (1957), 33 pages

Commentary Upon The Maya-Tzental Perez Codex (1910), by William Gates, 68 pages

Contributions To North American Ethnology Vol 1 (1882), by Charles Rau, 536 pages

Contributions To North American Ethnology Vol 2

Contributions To North American Ethnology Vol 3

Contributions To North American Ethnology Vol 4

Contributions To North American Ethnology Vol 5

Contributions To North American Ethnology Vol 6

Contributions To North American Ethnology Vol 7

Contributions To North American Ethnology Vol 9

Day Symbols Of The Maya Year (1897), by Cyrus Thomas, 86 pages

Ethnology Of The Mayas Of Southern And Central British Honduras (1930), by J. Eric Thompson, 241 pages

Maya Religion And Mythology (1881), by Sylvanus G. Morley, 322 pages

Mayan Nomenclature (1906), by Charles F. Bowditch, 32 pages

Memoranda On The Maya Calendars Used In The Books Of Chilan Balam (1901), by Charles P. Bowditch, 17 pages

Mexican Copper Tools The Use Of Copper By The Mexicans Before The Conquest, And The Katunes Of Maya History (1880), by Philipp J.J. Valentini, 108 pages

On The Age Of Maya Ruins (1901), by Charles P. Bowditch, 14 pages

Queen Moo And The Egyptian Sphinx By Augustus Le Plongeon (1900), by Augustus Le Plongeon, 504 pages

Representation Of Deities Of The Maya Manuscripts (1904), by Dr. Paul Schellhas, 459 pages

Residential Architecture Of The Maya Of Quintanta Roo, 190 pages

The Book Of Chilam Balam Of Chumayel, with Introd. By G.B. Gordon (1913), 246 pages

The Books Of Chilan Balam The Prophetic And Historic Records Of The Mayas Of Yucatan (1882), by Daniel G. Brinton, 21 pages

The Correlation Of Maya And Christian Chronology (1910), by Sylvanus Griswold Morley, 26 pages

The Doctrine Of Maya In The Philosophy Of The Vedanta (1911), by Prof. Prabhu Dutt Shastri, 158 pages

The Fundamental Principles Of Old And New World Civilizations (1901), by Zelia Nuttall, 607 pages

The Historical Value Of The Books Of Chilan Balam .. (1911), by Sylvanus G. Morley, 22 pages

The Katunes Of Maya History (1880), by Philipp J.J. Valentini, 67 pages

The Maya And Tzental Calendars (1900), by William E. Gates, 104 pages

The Maya Chronicles (1882), by Daniel G. Brinton, 286 pages

The Maya Year (1894), by Cyrus Thomas, 72 pages

The Mexican Calendar Stone (1879), by Stephen Salisbury, 124 pages

The Native Calendar Of Central America And Mexico Vol 23- A Study In Linguistics And Symbolism (1893), by Daniel Brinton, 71 pages

The Numeration, Calendar Systems And Astronomical Knowledge Of The Mayas (1910), by Charles P. Bowditch, 502 pages

The Serpent Motive In The Ancient Art Of Central America And Mexico (1905), by Geroge Byron Gordon, 70 pages

The Solar Year Of The Mayas At Quirigua, Guatemala (1932), by J. Eric Thompson, 74 pages

The Study Of American Hieroglyphs (1897), by Lewies W. Gunckel, 37 pages

Was The Beginning Day Of The Maya Month Numbered Zero (Or Twenty) Or One (1901), by Charles P. Bowditch, 22 pages

Navajo

A Key To The Navaho Orthography Employed By The Franciscan Fathers (1911), by John Harrington, 7 pages

A Study Of Navajo Symbolism (1956), by Frank Johnson Newcomb, 134 pages

An Ethnologic Dictionary Of The Navaho Language (C1910), 538 pages

Bringing The Gospel In Hogan And Pueblo (1921), by Rev J. Dolfin, 376 pages

Captured By The Navajos (1904), by Captain Charles Curtis, 309 pages

Ceremonial Of Hasjelti Dialjis And Mythical Sand Painting Of The Navajo Indians (1891), by James Stevenson, 101 pages

Chunda – A Story Of The Navajos (1906), by Horatio Oliver Ladd, 281 pages

Defensive Sites Of Dinetah (1987), by Margaret Powers, 164 pages

Dine Bizad, Navaho, His Language A Handbook For Beginners In The Study Of The Navaho Language (1910), 133 pages

Doniphan’s Expedition (1848), 666 pages

El Gringo or, New Mexico And Her People (1857), W.W.H. Davis, 441 pages

Excavations At Los Pinos Phase Sites In The Navajo Reservoir District (1961), by Frank W. Eddy, 124 pages

Indian Blankets And Their Makers (1914), by George Wharton James, 382 pages

Missions To The Heathen (1910), by L.C. Barnes, 29 pages

Nah-Nee-Ta – A Tale Of The Navajos (1886), by Henry R. Brinkerhoff, 252 pages

Navaho Acquisitive Values (1954), by Richard Hobson, 56 pages

Navaho Creation Myth (1953), by Stanley A. Fisher, 150 pages

Navaho Myths, Prayers And Songs (1907), by Washington Matthews, 51 pages

Navajo Gambling Songs (1889), by Washington Matthews, 28 pages

Notes On Religious Ceremonies Of The Navaho (1909), by Alfred Marston Tozzer, 63 pages

Over The Great Navajo Trail (1900), by Carl Eickemeyer, 278 pages

Pueblo Period Sites In The Piedra River Section, Navajo Reservoir District (1963), by Alfred E. Dittert, 128 pages

Rock Art In The Navajo Reservoir District (1963), by Polly Scaafsma, 91 pages

Sketch Of The Navajo Tribe Of Indians, Territory Of New Mexico (1856), 80 pages

Studies At Navajo Period Sites In The Navajo Reservoir District (1963). By James J. Hester, 99 pages

Supplement To Beautyway – A Navaho Ceremonial The Myth (1957), by Leland Wyman, 96 pages

The Dîné Origin Myths Of The Navaho Indians (1956), by Aileen O’Bryan, 202 pages

The Gentile System Of The Navajo Indians (1890), by Washinton Matthews, 30 pages

The Making Of A Navajo Blanket (1902), 24 pages

The Mountain Chant – A Navajo Ceremony (N.D), 124 pages

The Navajo And His Blanket (1903), by U.S. Hollister, 176 pages

The Navajo Indians, A Statement Of Facts (1914), by Anselm Weber, 37 pages

The Navajos (1909), by Oscar Lipps, 179 pages

The Prayer Of A Navajo Shaman (1888), by Washinton Matthews, 31 pages

To The People Of New Mexico… (1864), 23 pages

Zuni

 Almost A Life, Or Saved By The Indians A Truthful Story Of Life Among Our Western Indians (C1880), 36 pages

Children Of The Sun (1883), 169 pages

Clippings On New Mexican Indian Education And Other Indian Problems (188-), 14 pages

Indian Music Lecture The Zuni Indians And Their Music… (1913), by Carlos Troyer, 48 pages

Medical Observations On The Zuñi Indians (1924), by Henry Craig Fleming, 22 pages

Report Of An Expedition Down The Zuni And Colorado Rivers (1853), by Captain L. Sitgreaves, 321 pages

The Age Of The Zuni Pueblo Of Kechipauan (1920), by F.W. Hodge, 40 pages

The First Discovered City Of Cibola (1895), by FW Hodge, 15 pages

The Human Bones Of The Hemenway Collection In The United States Army Medical Museum At Washington (1893), 276 pages

The Religious Life Of The Zuñi Child (1887), by Tilly Stevenson, 135 pages

The Urine Dance Of The Zuni Indians Of New Mexico (1920), by Captain John G. Bourke, 9 pages

The Zuni Indians Their Mythology, Esoteric Fraternities, And Ceremonies (1904), by J.W. Powell, 910 pages

Winter And Summer Dance Series In Zuñi In 1918 (1922), by Wlsi Clews Parsons, 55 pages

Indian Notes and Monographs, Zuñi Breadstuff (1920), by Frank Hamilton Cushing, 735 pages

Zuñi Fetiches (1883), by Frank Hamilton Cushing, 67 pages

Zuñi Indians (1905), by J.W. Powell, 956 pages

Zuni Law A Field Of Values (1954), by Watson Smith, 200 pages

Zuñi Potsherds (1916), by A.L. Kroeber, 51 pages

Apache

A Vanished Race Of Aboriginal Founders, An Address by Brig. – General Henry Stuart Turrill, (1907), 32 pages

An Adventure With The Apaches (1900), by Gabriel Ferry, 157 pages

An Apache Campaign In The Sierra Madre (1886), by Capt. John G. Bourke, 166 pages

An Apache Life-Way, The Economic, Social, And Religious Institutions Of The Chiricahua Indians (1941), by Morris Edward Opler, 534 pages

An Apache Princess – A Tale Of The Indian Frontier (1903), by General Charles King, 347 pages

Annals Of Old Fort Cummings, New Mexico, 1867-8 (1916), by William Thornton Parker, 76 pages

Apache-Land (1878), by Charles D. Poston, 169 pages

Captivity Of The Oatman Girls Being A Narrative Of Life Among The Apache And Mohave (1858), by R.B. Stratton, 318 pages

Environmental Change In Aravaipa, 1870-1970 – An Ethnoecological Survey (1991), by Diana Hadley, 448 pages

General Crook And The Fighting Apaches (1918), by Edwin Sabin, 323 pages

Geronimo’s Story Of His Life (1906), by S.M. Barrett, 298 pages

Life Among The Apaches (1868), by John Cremony, 336 pages

Life Of Tom Horn, Government Scout And Interpreter (1904), by Tom Horn, 351 pages

Memorial And Affidavits Showing Outrages Perpetrated By The Apache Indians (1871), 43 pages

Myths And Tales From The White Mountain Apache (1919), by Pliny Earle Goddard, 61 pages

Notes On The State Of Sonora (1861), by Charles Stone, 28 pages

On The Trail Of Geronimo Or, In The Apache Country (C1889), by Lieut. R.H. Jayne, 349 pages

Resources Of Arizona Territory With A Description Of The Indian Tribes, Ancient Ruins, Cochise, Apache Chief (1871), 38 pages

Resumé Of Operations Against Apache Indians, 1882 To 1886 (1886). By Brigadier General George Cook, 36 pages

Seven And Nine Years Among The Camanches And Apaches An Autobiography (C1873), by Edwn Eastman, 331 pages

The Apache Prisoners In Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Florida (1887), by Herbert Welsh, 65 pages

The Dread Apache, That Early-Day Scourge Of The Southwest (1915), by Dr. M.P. Freeman, 34 pages

The Land Of Poco Tiempo (C1893), by Charles F. Lummis, 330 pages

The Medicine-Men Of The Apache (1892), by John G. Bourke, 174 pages

The Round-Up, Or Geronimo’s Last Raid (C1908), by Edward S. Ellis, 365 pages

The Talking Leaves – An Indian Story (1882), by W.O. Stoddard, 332 pages

The Vanguard (C1914), by Edgar Beecher Bronson, 322 pages

The Vital Statistics Of An Apache Indian Community (1893), by W.C. Borden, 27 pages

Tonio, Son Of The Sierras, A Story Of The Apache War (1906), by General Charles King, 356 pages

Indian Medicine Ebooks

 A catalogue of Indian medicinal plants and drugs (1810)

A study of Delaware Indian medicine practice and folk beliefs (1942)

Crow Indian medicine bundles (1960)

The Cherokee physician, or, Indian guide to health (1849)

The experienced botanist or Indian physician

The North American Indian doctor (1838)

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