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Cover: A Lakota War Book from the Little Bighorn: The Pictographic A Lakota War Book from the Little Bighorn: The Pictographic "Autobiography of Half Moon"McLaughlin, CastlePAPERBACK12/23/2013$50.00
Cover: The Swarts Ruin: A Typical Mimbres Site in Southwestern New Mexico, With a New Introduction by Steven A. LeBlancThe Swarts Ruin: A Typical Mimbres Site in Southwestern New Mexico, With a New Introduction by Steven A. LeBlancCosgrove, Harriet S.
Cosgrove, C. Burton
PAPERBACK01/16/2012$35.00
Cover: Ancient Mexican Art at Dumbarton OaksAncient Mexican Art at Dumbarton OaksEvans, Susan TobyHARDCOVER06/01/2010$70.00
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