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My Life As An Indian; The Story of a Red Woman and a...

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7.5" x 5", pp. 3-426, with 15 B&W photographic illustrations, plus frontispiece, mostly taken by the editor of the book, George Bird Grinnell. FE in book form following original appearance as a serial in "Forest and Stream". Previous owner name on blank FE (Theo Roche, Dec. 05 1907), title page and tissue guard torn at top marking edge, weakness at rear endpapers. Cover has light shelf wear at the edges and spine ends Schultz committed the ultimate social experiment by walking into an Indian Camp and becoming one with their culture. He persuaded Grinnell, author, ethnographer, explorer and founder of the NY Audobon Society to accompany him to range and photograph the tribe. "A plainsman always said 'my woman' when speaking of his Indian better-half" (p 99). Light brown cloth over boards with titling in black and dark brown, graphic on cover of buffalo skin
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