ISHI, LAST OF HIS TRIBE. Theodora KROEBER.

ISHI, LAST OF HIS TRIBE.

Berkeley: Parnassus Press, 1964. First Edition. 209 (4) pages. First Edition. Illustrated from drawings by Ruth Robbins. Illustrated dust jacket. Octavo. Illustrated cloth. Glossary of Yahi Words. The further story of Ishi, the last of the Yahi Indians who lived in the foothills below Mount Lassen in California, and who were all but wiped out by goldminers and settlers.From the jacket, "Drawing upon a lifelong interest, understanding, and compassion for the American Indian, Theodora Kroeber recreates the atmospnere, the terrain, the sights and smells, the very essecnce of these Yahi survivors lived through their last days." A FINE copy in a slightly soiled, price-clipped and edgeworn VERY GOOD PLUS dust jacket, now in a clear mylar protective sleeve. Always FREE SHIPPING via media mail to any United States address. Item #1427

Price: $24.00

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