Iowa City, IA: The State Historical Society of Iowa, 1957. Staple-bound Softcover. Very Good. Item #056764
Pages crisp and clean; stapled binding secure; soft cover has a short scuff and a few little spots of adhesive at the top front, tiny edge chips at spine ends and corners, and a few very light handling prints, otherwise clean and excellent. 32pp., illustrated in black-and-white. Ruth A. Gallaher and Dick Spencer III contributed articles about the Sauk and Fox tribes, banished to a distant reservation, who returned to Iowa, jointly purchased land in Tama County, shifted to their preferred name of "Meskwaki", and became a cultural hub, with annual meetings sometimes drawing Indigenous representatives from across the country.