Huge collection of Hobbies The Magazine for Collectors , Indian Relics sections only. Bound into a 3 inch, 3 ring binder. Below I have provided a list of the issues included. I provided a sampling of some of the articles included to give you a general idea of the content in these magazine issues. December 1937: The Colburn Collection of Indian Basket Red Jacket 2. February 1938: Indian Lore; Ancient And Otherwise Relic Reminiscences of a Beginner Indian Information Alphabetically Arranged 3. February 1939: Patawomeke Mystery of the cup in the Indian Stone Pestle Solved Indian Lore; Ancient and Otherwise A Brief History of the Pequot War Indian Information Alphabetically Arranged 4. March 1939: Ancient Indian Finds Near ONeill, Nebraska The Columbia River Country in 1849 Dr. Warren King Moorehead is Dead Gray-Wolfs Message to Youth The Origin of Fire A Cherokee Myth Indian Information Alphabetically Arranged 5. April 1939: Prehistoric Workshop in the District of Columbia Indian Medicines Indian Relic Gravel Indian Lore; Ancient and Otherwise 6. June 1939: Archaeology in Egypt The Flint Workers: A Forgotten People 8-12. August-December 1939: The Whitefords Archaeologists Onondaga Sculptural Art Types of Projectile Points Habitation Sites in Northwestern Alabama Survivor of a Vanishing Race 13-18. January-June 1940: Smithsonian Records Data From 1873 Survey Indian Artifacts in Jackson Hole, Wyoming Letter of 1837 Reveals Some Thoughts on Antiquities of America Sones of the Indian Around the Mound Did Mayan Art Influence the Ancients of North America? Prehistoric Tools and Their Development Archaeology of Kansas The North American Indian Canadian Indians Mound Builders 19. October 1940 Five Automobiles Yielded to the Red Mans Trail 20. November 1940 Smithsonian Archaeological Reports 21. March 1942 Pottery 22-29. May-December 1942 New Slant on Pueblo Mythology Masterpiece of the Mound Builders (front cover included) California Shell Mounds Mound Builders Pipes Human Effigy Pipe Blackfoot Tribe in Canada The Natives of the Aleutian Islands Ancient Pottery Displayed Around the Mound The Illinois Indians 30. February 1943 Ethnological Background of the Solomon Indians 31-37. May-November 1943 Ethnology of Natives of New Caledonia Flint Ridge Artifacts The Religion of the Indians of Connecticut Around the Mound Bird Stones (front cover included) Pottawatomi Basketry Jurupa Ceremonial Rock 38. January 1944 Woodland Relics 39. March 1944 Indian Masks in the U. August-December 1944 Masks of Mexico Ancient and Modern Ceremonial and Burial Metal Arrowheads of the Blackfeet Indians Ten Days in Mexico Modern Mexico Digs Up Its Past 45-53. January-September 1945 Bird Stone Ceremonials Stone Tobacco Pipes Bone Hair Combs of the Eskimo Food Rationing Nothing New to Blackfoot Bannerstones Ceremonials Eccentric Arrowheads Perus Bronze Age 54. July 1946 The Yuma Gem (front cover included) 57. February 1947 Early Migration to the Western Plains 60-64. March- July 1947 The Coins of Monaco 65. November 1947 Reconstructing Tribal History Texas Relics Anilco, a Lost City 66. January-May 1948 Bone-Digger at Work Indian Princess of Florida Excavations in the Missouri Valley Iroquoian Mask Atlatl Weights Action to Save Oklahoma Mounds 72-74. August-October 1948 Little Known Sites Bear Rock Canyon, Colorado Bents Fort, Colorado Fort Quindaro, Kansas Ancient Pottery Red Men of the Tropical Forest Indian Ceremonial at Gallup, New Mexico Smithsonian Finds in Savannah River Region Algonquin Relics The Ancient Patayan Indians Explorations in Canadian Arctic Ohio Mound Builders Buried With Their Pearls 75. February 1953 Agricultural Implements Americans of 9,000 Years Ago 77. April 1953 Monolithic Hammers 78. February 1956 Where Rolls the Oregon 80. May 1956 Where Are the Indians Artifacts of the Past? November 1956 Indian & Eskimo Adzes Mythology of the Navaho 82. May 1958 Pre-Columbian North American Cooking 83. June 1958 Southwest Pottery 84. October 1958 Fakes The Lost Golden Age The AcomasA Pueblo Tribe Europes Influence on American Indian Tribes 85. January 1959 Creole Foundation Grant Superstition of the Araucanian 86. May 1959 The Knapping Art 87. August 1959 River Basin Survey of the Chattahoochee River Pre-Columbian Measurement Art of the Ancient Maya 88. June 1961 Giant Axe Blades Adena People 89-91. October-December 1962 The Stone Age in the Northwest Coast Area Northwest California Indian Dances Indian & Eskimo Artifacts of North America 92. March 1963 Indian & Eskimo Artifacts of North America 93-95. April-June 1963 Prehistoric Indian Beads Indian Bones Tell Health Story 96. December 1963 Smithsonian Records Data of 547 Sites 98. January 1964 Prehistoric Indians 99-101. March-May 1964 Vermont Indians Projectile Point Types Grandmas Indian Baskets 102. July 1964 Stone Edges Indian & Eskimo Artifacts of North America 103. September 1964 Eastern Oregon Arrow and Spear Points (front cover included) 104. December 1964 The Nature of Indian and Eskimo Artifacts 106. May 1965 Clothes and the Indians 108-112. August-December 1965 Culture Areas Among the Eskimos and Indians of North America The Eskimo Culture Area Scouting Around Nova Scotia The Eskimo Culture Area Indian & Eskimo Basketry Exhibit in Chicago 113. March 1966 Sub-areas of the Northwest Coast Culture 114-118. May-September 1966 Central Sub-Area of the Northwest Coast Culture Northern Sub-Area of the Northwest Coast Culture The Paiute Trail or Collecting in Nevada 119. November 1966 Folsoms, Clovisis, and the development of Mankind 120-124. February-June 1967 The Southwest Indian Culture Area Lincolniana in 1966 The Civil War The California Culture Areas 125. August 1967 The Eastern Woodland Culture Area 126. September 1967 The Eastern Woodland Culture Area 127. January 1968 Indian Basketry 129. April 1968 Metals in the Stone Age 131. October 1968 Eskimos 132. June 1969 Indian Tools 134. August 1969 Guessing Games of the Original Americans (front cover included) 135. August 1973 Fletchers Tools Indian and Eskimo Artifacts of North America 136. The item “INDIAN RELICS Hobbies Magazine 136 Issues Native American Indian 1937-1974 RARE” is in sale since Friday, January 8, 2021. This item is in the category “Books & Magazines\Magazines”. The seller is “explorerwish” and is located in Independence, Missouri. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Topic: Hobbies & Crafts
- Publication Name: Hobbies–The Magazine for Collectors
- Publication Frequency: Monthly
- Language: English
Note: Many of my clients are scholars and historians seeking specific information related to their research. For their convenience I include the following details directly from this book. BIOGRAPHY AND HISTORY OF THE INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA. From Its First Discovery to the Present Time. Published in 1837 by the Antiquarian Institute, Boston. 9 x 6 three-quarter leather binding. Illustrated with two full-page engraved plates. Condition: GOOD ANTIQUE CONDITION. A well-made book that has been cared for over the past 184 years. Exterior has typical rubbing and wear but the leather joints remain in good condition and the boards are firmly attached. Solid binding with strong, unbroken hinges. Text is clean and complete. I noticed one or two pages with short vertical tears near the center of the page. No loose or missing pages. Signature dated 1840s on first endpaper. This rare volume represents one of the most ambitious collections of Native American history and biography published in the United States. It was researched and written by Samuel G. Drake, a founder of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and owner of the first antiquarian bookstore in America. It is illustrated with two beautiful full-page engraved plates. This landmark volume chronicles the lives of all the most distinguished Native American Chiefs and Counselors through recorded history, from the first arrival of white men in Virginia through the early 19th century. It faithfully recounts the events of Americas bloody Indian wars, massacres and depredations. And vividly describes the exploits of the Indian warriors involved. Youll also find many accounts of the wrongs and sufferings perpetrated upon the Indians by European white settlers and their descendants. Drakes willingness to take a hard look at the long history of abuses heaped upon Native Americans sets this work apart from other books of its day, most of which were devoted to titillating tales of bloodthirsty savages. All of Americas early Indian wars are covered in this book — Virginia, New England, the Ohio River Valley, along the Mississippi, in Florida and elsewhere chiefs, combatants, battles and skirmishes, massacres, captives, and the aftermaths, including. Early skirmishes at Massachusetts Bay. The War with the Eastern Indians. The French and Indian Wars. Early hostilities at Jamestown, Virginia. The French war with the Natchez. Border Wars of the American Revolution. The Black Hawk War. Drake spent years gathering information from numerous early sources (as Americas first antiquarian bookseller he was no doubt well equipped for the task). A former editor of the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, he relates the lives of a great many Indian leaders in a clear and concise manner. He concentrates on supplying as many facts as possible and avoiding the verbosity found in many other books of the period. Also featured near the front of the book is a six-page Alphabetical Enumeration of the Indian Tribes and Nations of America, complete with the tribes locations and approximate size. Not only is it an important resource of historical information, but its also fascinating and easy — to read. Drake approached the work as a series of related profiles in which the larger stories of conflicts are told through discussions of the lives of the Indians involved. This unique construction of the book means that you can start at the beginning, middle or towards the end. You can read it topically rather than chronologically, based on which period or war you are interested in. And whether you read for ten minutes or several hours, you will come away satisfied no matter where you stop. (My own copy of this book has a profusion of Post-It notes poking out of the top to mark vital passages). There is simply too much detailed information in this book for me to properly summarize the Contents. Instead, I have done my best to create an overview that gives you a decent (but by no means complete) idea of the wealth of history waiting to be enjoyed in these pages. Keep in mind, this is a bare bones summary there are HUNDREDS of pages of history here, with literally THOUSANDS of references. OF THE AMERICAN INDIANS. BOOK TWO BIOGRAPHY AND HISTORY OF THE NORTHERN OR NEW ENGLAND INDIANS. Conduct of the early voyagers towards the Indians Arrival and first proceedings of the English who settled at Plimoth or Plymouth Massachusetts Their first discovery of Indians Their first battle with them Samoset Squanto Massasoit Iyanough Aspinet Caunbitant Hobomok The Squaw Sachem of Massachusetts Some account of the Massachusetts tribe Geography of their country Chikataubut Wampatuck and his war with the Mohawks Masconomo Small pox distresses the Indians The great nation of the Narragansett tribe of Rhode Island Geography of their country Narragansett sachems Canonicus and Miantonomo Aids the English in destroying the Pequots Sells Rhode Island Miantonomos difficulties with the English His war with Uncas of the Mohegans His capture and death Circumstances of Miantonomos execution Participation of the whites therein Ninigret Mohegan controversy The English prepare for war Affair of Cuttaquin and Uncas Ninigret accused of a plot with the Dutch Complaints brought against Pessacus Pessacus killed by the Mohawks Uncas, his character and connections Uncas assists in destroying the Pequots Mohegan language Uncas defended by the English Neetmok Of the Pequot Nation Geography of their country Sassacus, the first Pequot chief The Pequot War Cause of it Pequot depredations Canonicus and Miantonomo accused of harboring fugitive Pequots Of the Praying or Christian Indians in New England Difficult to Christianize Labors of John Eliot, the Apostle to the Indians Wauban the first Christian sagamore Indian laws Uncas protests the attempted conversion of his people Ninigret refuses missionaries. BOOK THREE BIOGRAPHY AND HISTORY OF THE NEW ENGLAND INDIANS, CONTINUED KING PHILIPS WAR THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WARS. The life of Alexander, alias Wamsutta, son of Massasoit, brother of Philip, and sachem of the Wampanoag tribe Events which led to King Philips War Death of Alexander Weetamoo his wife Early events in her life John Sassamon, Indian schoolmaster Becomes a Christian Sassamon discovers the plot of Philip Sassamon murdered Proceedings against the murderers The murderers condemned and executed The life of King Philip Philips real name The name of Philips wife Makes frequent sales of his lands Account of them His first treaty at Plymouth Expedition to Nantucket Events of 1671 Begins the War of 1675 First acts of hostility Swamp fight at Pocasset Philip narrowly escapes Is pursued by Oneko Fight at Rehoboth Plain Cuts off a company of English under Captain Beers Incidents Fight at Sugar Loaf Hill Destruction of Capt. Francis Indians Rogers expedition against them Arnolds expedition The modern Penobscots Captain Francis Susup murders an Englishman Specimen of the Penobscot language Blind Will killed by the Mohawks Assacumbuit attacks and burns Haverhill His death. BOOK FOUR BIOGRAPHY AND HISTORY OF THE SOUTHERN INDIANS. BOOK FIVE BIOGRAPHY AND HISTORY OF THE IROQUOIS OR FIVE NATIONS, AND OTHER NEIGHBORING TRIBES OF THE WEST. Remember folks, this is an 1837 original. This book is years 184 years old. Please be sure to add me to your List of Favorite Sellers. Don’t miss out on any of my latest listings. NEETMOK BOOKS IS A REGISTERED MEMBER OF EBAYS VERO PROGRAM. When you prepare your listings you generally should use only material text, photographs, etc. And trademarks/names that you created or own yourself or licensed from the owners. 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- Year Printed: 1837
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
- Topic: American (US)
- Binding: Leather
- Region: North America
- Author: Samuel G. Drake
- Subject: History
- Original/Facsimile: Original
- Language: English
- Publisher: Antiquarian Institute
- Place of Publication: Boston
- Special Attributes: Illustrated
Indian Native American Iron Fireplace Andirons Firedog RARE EARLY MASSACHUSETTS. Incredible set on Native American andirons. Incredibly rare pair, maybe one of the hardest andiron forms to find anywhere. The form is said to be a representation of Massasoit, friend to the pilgrims in Plymouth, present at the first Thanksgiving, and father to King Philip. The pair has nice original paint with some worn spots on one and both having worn paint on the legs, and a little on back. They are very heavy, solid cast iron. The leg/rear support of one is solidly stuck in its groove and the other is able to slide in and out of the groove as needed. Im sure the one thats stuck could easily be loosened with the whack of a rubber mallet. They are a valued part of my collection but its time to put them up for sale for the right number. 19.25 tall and 17.5 long approximately. Massasoit Sachem or Ousamequin c. 1581 1661 was the sachem or leader of the Wampanoag confederacy. Massasoit means Great Sachem. Massasoit was the grand sachem (intertribal chief) of all the Wampanoag Indians, who inhabited parts of present Massachusetts and Rhode Island, particularly the coastal regions. In March 1621several months after the landing of the Mayflower at PlymouthMassasoit journeyed to the colony with his colleague Samoset, who had already made friendly overtures to the Pilgrims there. Convinced of the value of a thriving trade with the newcomers, Massasoit set out to ensure peaceful accord between the racesa peace that lasted as long as he lived. In addition, he and his fellow Indians shared techniques of planting, fishing, and cooking that were essential to the settlers survival in the wilderness. When Massasoit became dangerously ill in the winter of 1623, he was nursed back to health by the grateful Pilgrims. The colonial leader, Governor Edward Winslow, was said to have traveled several miles through the snow to deliver nourishing broth to the chief. Massasoit was able to keep the peace for many decades, but new waves of land-hungry Europeans created tension as the Indians native land was steadily taken over by the whites. When he died, goodwill gradually dissolved, culminating in the bloody King Philips War (1675), led by Massasoits second son. The item “Indian Native American Iron Fireplace Andirons Firedog RARE EARLY MASSACHUSETTS” is in sale since Saturday, May 30, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Fireplaces, Mantels & Fireplace Accessories”. The seller is “riverwalker83″ and is located in Boston, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Type: Andiron
- Material: Cast Iron