The New Trail Native American School Anthology 1953

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Printed at the Phoenix Indian School, 1953, revised, Tan card cover with large motif, printed on varying colored paper, 184 pages, 10" tall, 5000 copies August 1953. Includes a foreword by Otis J. Morgans, and introductions by Lloyd Henri New, Willeto B. Antonio, and Glenn C. Lundeen. An anthology of writings by Native American students at the Phoenix Indian School, including poetry, prose, songs, drawings, drawn from the traditions of the Papago, Pima, Maricopa, Colorado River tribes, Apache, Hopi, and Navajo Nations. Printed at the Phoenix Indian School. 6 laid in pictures done by the students at the school. Prints have crease in the middle and have edgewear. Print titles and some show artist signatures: Pima Land, Apache Wedding Ceremony, Papagos Threshing Grain, Maricopa Pottery, Apache Devil Dancers(has a stain), Pima Squash Blossom Basket. Map of Arizona showing distribution of Indian Tribes. Illustrations throughout the book. Very Good. Cover has rubbing, edgewear, and 1" split at bottom of spine. Pen mark on cover. Inside pages clean and binding is tight.

Title: The New Trail Native American School Anthology 1953

Author Name: N/a

Categories: Native American,

Publisher: Phoenix Indian School: 1953

Binding: Original Wraps

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Original Wraps

Size: 4to - over 9�" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 000625

Keywords: Folk Art,