NO MORE BOOKS. SORRY. I am leaving this here as a
reference tool for you.
That way you can find
them at other books. Amazon and Ebay are good to find.
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Indians in general
of Texas", by W.W. Newcomb. The classic on the subject.
Good. One of the best, but made
in 1950 or so. So lot of info is out of date and not accurate in 2012.
about Texas Indians", Texas Parks and Wildlife. A good book for kids. Lots of
NOT AVAILABLE. Easy to find
in Ebay and cheap too.
Indian Myths and Legends", by Jane Archer. I recommend this one. Caddo, Comanche,
Wichita, Lipan Apache and Alabama-Coushatta myths and stories. OUT OF STOCK out of print.|
by Hickerson, the best book available on the Jumano. Hickerson brings many
sources together and updates them. The book to have on the Jumano.
out of print. Good on the Jumano.
Look for it
|| "Nana's Raid",
by Stephen H. Lekson. The history of the
Apache Nana's raid in 1881. OUT
|| "The Caddo Nation"
by Tim Pertulla. From the archaeology of the Caddo too the modern history
of the Caddo, Pertulla covers it all in the most comprehensive book available
on the Caddo.OUT OF PRINT AND
OUT OF STOCK|
- Source Material on the The History and Ethnology
of the Caddo, by Swanton coming soon.
|| "The Texas Cherokees", by Everett. A good book on the Texas Cherokees. In fact,
the only book on the Texas Cherokees. Thank God it is a good one. OUT OF PRINT AND OUT OF STOCK|
| "The Raven" by Marquis James, A biography
of Sam Houston who was an adopted Cherokee. OUT OF STOCK Easy to find in Amazon.|
| "Texas & Northern Mexico, 1630-1690" by Juan Chapa. By a Spanish official of Texas at that
time. Has a lot of Coahuiltecan material. Other tribes too. . For college and higher. Not for kids.|
The Tonkawa People: A Tribal History from Earliest
Times to 1893
by Deborah Newlin
This is the best book I know of on the Tonkawa.
This is the Journal of the West Texas Museum Association at Texas Tech
University. The whole journal is devoted to the Tonkawa book. It is well
written at a level for ordinary people. SOLD OUT
Books on topics
| "Historical Atlas of Texas", by A. Ray Stephens and William M. Holmes. 64 maps with
text to explain them. A great resource for any historian. Sold out|
- A Field Guide to the Stone artifacts of the
Texas Indians, by Turner and Hester, coming
by John Whittaker. A good book on stone tools SOLD OUT
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