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[Northeast] Books on Tomahawks, Peace Medals, and Early Knives and Rifles, From the Library of Richard Pohrt Jr.
4/4/2014 - American Indian Art: Live Salesroom Auction
lot of 10, includes:

Belden, Bauman. Indian Peace Medals Issued in the United States. Lenard Babin: Rochester, New York. 1958.

Dresslar, Jim. The Engraved Powder Horn. Dresslar Publishing: Bargersville, Indiana. 1996. (hardcover)

Grant, Madison. The Knife in Homespun America. Mason Grant Maple Press Company: York, Pennsylvania. 1984. (hardcover and case)

Hanson, Charles E. The Northwest Gun. Nebraska State Historical Society: Lincoln. 1992.

Jamieson, Melvill. Medals Awarded to North American Indian Chiefs, 1714-1922. Spinks and Sons Ltd.: London. 1961.

Kauffman, Henry. The Pennsylvania-Kentucky Rifle. Bonanza Books: New York. 1960. (hardcover)

Kauffman, Henry. American Axes. The Stephen Greene Press: Brattleboro, Vermont. 1972. (hardcover)

Kuck, Robert. Tomahawks Illustrated. Aldine Printing Co.: Xenia. 1977.

Thorp, Raymond. Bowie Knife. University of New Mexico Press: Albuquerque. 1948. (hardcover)

Peterson, Harold. American Indian Tomahawks. Museum of the American Indian: Heye Foundation. 1965. (hardcover)


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From the Reference Library of Richard Pohrt Jr.


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