Swift Deer the Navajo

Swift Deer the Navajo

By: Berry, Rotha McClain (SIGNED)

Price: $50.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good


Boards show a little wear, specifically a small cut or tear (less than 1/4 inch) into the bottom edge of the front and rear boards near the spine. Jacket chipped at the spine ends and corner folds, with a few tiny edge tears. Original price of $2.00 intact on front flap. Protected now in a Mylar sleeve. The author has inscribed this book to an unnamed author: "To an old friend: Good wishes from one author to another. Rotha M. Berry, Writers Conference, June 6, 1953" A young Navajo boy yearns to be a great Medicine Man, but, as he becomes a young man and receives an education from the white man, he struggles to reconcile his environment with his heredity. Aimed primarily at early teen readers, this book offers a "veritable storehouse of accurate anthropological knowledge of the Indian tribes of the great Southwest." 101 pages with two pictorial sections that include 16 pages of black & white photographs of Native Americans, representing various tribes of the Southwest U.S.

Title: Swift Deer the Navajo

Author: Berry, Rotha McClain (SIGNED)

Categories: Children's Books,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: San Antonio, Texas, The Naylor Company: 1953

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Good+

Inscription: Inscribed and Signed By Author

Seller ID: 02209

Keywords: JUVENILE NAVAJO SOUTHWEST,