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  • POWERFUL IMAGES: Portrayals of Native America. by Boehme, Sarah E.; Gerald T. Conaty, Clifford Crane Bear, Emma I. Hansen, Mike Leslie and James H. Nottage.
    Boehme, Sarah E.; Gerald T. Conaty, Clifford Crane Bear, Emma I. Hansen, Mike Leslie and James H. Nottage.
    POWERFUL IMAGES: Portrayals of Native America.

    Edition: First printing, a large trade paperback, issued simultaneously with hardcover.

    Seattle: Museums West / University of Washington Press, (1998). First edition - Exhibition catalog which looks at the ways in which Indians have been portrayed by themselves and others from the early 1800s to the present. Paintings, sculptures, traditional native arts, and popular culture objects - neon signs, toys, automobiles, cigar boxes - are used to both reveal and challenge popular assumptions about native North Americans. Foreword by Peter Hassrick; introduction by Dave Warren. Illustrated in full color throughout. Large format. Index. xvi, 144 pp. ISBN: 0-295976756.

    Condition: Very good (some wear to the edges of the covers)

    Book ID: 70340
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  • BLACK IS. by Brown, Turner, Jr.; Illustrations by Ann Weisman.
    Brown, Turner, Jr.; Illustrations by Ann Weisman.
    BLACK IS.

    Edition: Paperback original - first printing.

    New York: Grove Press, (1968). First edition - A book of aphorisms which take on the stereotypes of what being Black in the US is like. Published at the height of the civil rights movement, perhaps the saddest thing about this book is how much is still true now, fifty years later. " Black is being accused of causing trouble but always winding up as the casualties . .. Black is when folks say you've got to earn the rights the Constitution guaranteed you already had" and more. Each is printed in white lettering on black paper with an illustration by Ann Weisman on the facing page. Unpaginated.

    Condition: Very good (some rubbing to the edges of the covers) Uncommon in the first printing.

    Book ID: 74148
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  • BLACKFACE: Reflections on African-Americans and the Movies by George, Nelson
    George, Nelson
    BLACKFACE: Reflections on African-Americans and the Movies

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: HarperCollins, 1995. dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - Covers the period from 1963-94. Each section of essays is preceded by a brief chronological listing of highlights (good and bad) during the period. SIGNED on the title page. Illustrated with photographs. Index. 224 pp. ISBN: 0-06-0171200.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 53652
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  • BLACKFACE: Reflections on African-Americans and the Movies by George, Nelson
    George, Nelson
    BLACKFACE: Reflections on African-Americans and the Movies

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: HarperCollins, 1995. dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - Covers the period from 1963-94. Each section of essays is preceded by a brief chronological listing of highlights (good and bad) during the period. SIGNED on the title page. Illustrated with photographs. Index. 224 pp. ISBN: 0-06-0171200.

    Condition: Very good in very good dust jacket (black line on bottom edge, corners slightly bumped, crease on dj flap.).

    Book ID: 56425
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  • Irwin, Wallace
    CHINATOWN BALLADS.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Duffield, 1906. Hardcover first edition - Stereotypical ballads depicting Chinese American life in San Francisco's Chinatown - but these also deal with some very real events - the bubonic plague which hit San Francisco in 1900 (and which first affected Chinatown) and the earthquake of 1906. Illustrated with eight glossy plates from drawings by E.C. Peixotto. 81 pp.

    Condition: Good only in illustrated beige cloth - missing front endpaper, some edge tears to pages, other wear.

    Book ID: 40826
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  • PAGANS IN OUR MIDST. by Lopez, Andre.
    Lopez, Andre.
    PAGANS IN OUR MIDST.

    Edition: First edition.

    Mohawk Nation via Rooseveltown, NY: Akwesasne Notes, n.d. (ca 1975). First edition - A book which reveals the consistent racism and use of stereotypes in newspaper accounts, cartoon and advertisements - in this case, in the six newspapers published in the towns close to the lands of the Six Nations in Upstate New York. As the prologue comments, "This book covers the years 1885-1910, a crucial transition period for the Indians of the United States. The wars for the Indians' lands has come to an end and the red man is now trying to adjust to a new way of life on his 'inviolate' reservation. And now a more subtle war to rob the Indian of his cultural identity…

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    Mohawk Nation via Rooseveltown, NY: Akwesasne Notes, n.d. (ca 1975). First edition - A book which reveals the consistent racism and use of stereotypes in newspaper accounts, cartoon and advertisements - in this case, in the six newspapers published in the towns close to the lands of the Six Nations in Upstate New York. As the prologue comments, "This book covers the years 1885-1910, a crucial transition period for the Indians of the United States. The wars for the Indians' lands has come to an end and the red man is now trying to adjust to a new way of life on his 'inviolate' reservation. And now a more subtle war to rob the Indian of his cultural identity is about to begin. Through examining newspaper, magazine and official reports dealing with the Iroquois Indians of New York State, one can glean a microcosm picture of the White endeavor to destroy Indian culture throughout the United States." In addition to a very brief history of the Six Nations and of Indian/white conflict in general, the book is divided into sections: The Indians are getting very thievish and unruly; They heed not the law; Like other cannibals, and It is necessary to exert complete control. Illustrated throughout with drawings, cartoons from newspapers and magazines - juxtaposed against the quiet dignity of the people shown in photographs from family albums. Slightly oversized oblong format. xviii, 153 pp.

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    Condition: Very good in illustrated wrappers (corners slightly bumped and curling) Uncommon.

    Book ID: 83845
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  • Moy, James S.
    MARGINAL SIGHTS: Staging the Chinese in America.

    Edition: First printing.

    Iowa City: University of Iowa Press (1993.) dj. Hardcover first edition - A look at the history and prevalence of stereotypes in depicting the Chinese in films and theatre, from Bret Harte and Mark Twain's play 'Ah Sin' to O'Neill's Marcos Millions and the contemporary Broadway hit 'Miss Saigon' and from early silent films to modern pornography. The stereetypes range from Charlie Chan to Fu Manchu to Madame Butterfly. Includes a chapter on the photographs of San Francisco's Chinatown by Arnold Genthe. A title in the 'Theatre History and Culture' series. 158 pp. with notes and bibliography. ISBN: 0-87745-4272.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket (as new.)

    Book ID: 26466
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  • AMERICA REVISITED (Volumes I and II.) by Sala, George Augustus.
    Sala, George Augustus.
    AMERICA REVISITED (Volumes I and II.)

    Edition: First thus.

    New York: Arno Press, 1974. Hardcover - A one volume reprint of this work originally published in two volumes in 1883. The author, an Englishman, first visted the US in 1863, in the midst of the Civil War, and although he was in the North, his sympathies (as a member of a family who had held slaves in the West Indies) were with the South. This is a profusely illustrated account of the author's second American tour, made in 1879, with chapters on New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Richmond, Augusta, Atlanta, New Orleans, Chicago, Omaha, Salt Lake City, and San Francisco (including China Town) - not a very flattering look, especially when it comes to ethnic minorities. A title in…

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    New York: Arno Press, 1974. Hardcover - A one volume reprint of this work originally published in two volumes in 1883. The author, an Englishman, first visted the US in 1863, in the midst of the Civil War, and although he was in the North, his sympathies (as a member of a family who had held slaves in the West Indies) were with the South. This is a profusely illustrated account of the author's second American tour, made in 1879, with chapters on New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Richmond, Augusta, Atlanta, New Orleans, Chicago, Omaha, Salt Lake City, and San Francisco (including China Town) - not a very flattering look, especially when it comes to ethnic minorities. A title in the Foreign travelers in America, 1810-1935 series. Each volume is numbered individually, but a total of almost 700 pp. ISBN: 0-405-054718.

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    Condition: Ex-library with relatively few markings, missing the front endpaper, but overall tight and clean in gold cloth with burgundy lettering.

    Book ID: 42919
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