This entitles the contributor to have his/her name listed in the "List of Contributors" section of the book.
This is a signed copy of my 2001 ethnographic memoir about my first journey to the Northern Cheyenne Reservation pub. by University of Nebraska press. It is a valuable record of Reservation life in the 1970s. 44 photographs.
This is an original 11" X 14" gelatin-silver print of a photograph I made in 1973 of a Cheyenne Sundance Lodge. The print is archivally dry mounted and overmatted--suitible for framing. This is a limited edition and the negative will be retired when the edition sells out.
This is a copy of my ethnographic memoir, "The Road to Lame Deer" plus one limited edition 8" X 10" gelatin-silver photograph archivally dry mounted with an overmatt and suitible for framing. The photogrpaph is of one of the elders from the book (16 in all). Ten prints of each of the sixteen are available and the negatives will be retired when these are sold out.These are not available anywhere else; a fine historical record as well as fine art.
This is a signed copy of the completed book. The 1st edition is limited to 500 copies and will not be commercially available. Your copy will be one of 500, numbered and signed. It gives a unique, intimate view into Cheyenne life from the mid 20th Century into the 21st Century--a period of great change and growth.
This is a numbered and signed copy of the 1st edition of the finished book plus an original 8" X 10" gleatin-silver portrait of one of the elders and a companion CD of his/her story. The photograph is dry mounted and overmatted, suitible for framing.
This is a copy of the complete documentary, the book plus all the audio CDs (approx. 28 hours). As a collector's item, this is at once an invaluable historical record and a work of art. It is unavailable except as part of library or educational institution archives and may not be reproduced or sold.
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