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E99 .E7 R4 [Info] Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo, With a Sketch of Their Habits, Religion, Language and Other Peculiarities, by H. Rink (HTML at
E99 .E7 S4 [Info] Seizure of the Ship Industry, By a Conspiracy, and the Consequent Sufferings of Capt. James Fox and His Companions : Their Captivity Among the Esquimaux Indians in North America and the Miraculous Escape of the Captain; the Disasters Which Attended the Mutineers; Interspersed With Anecdotes, Descriptions, &c.; Also, the Providential Escape and Sufferings of Captain Boyce in the Year 1727 (London: Printed for Thomas Tegg, ca.1810) (multiple formats at
E99 .G15 J6 [Info] California's Gabrielino Indians (Los Angeles: Southwest Museum, 1962), by Bernice Johnston (page images at HathiTrust)
E99 .G15 R4 [Info] The Indians of Los Angeles County: Hugo Reid's Letters of 1852, by Hugo Reid, ed. by Robert F. Heizer (HTML at LOC)
E99.H2 D2 [Info] Tales From the Totems of the Hidery (1899), by James Deans, ed. by Oscar Lovell Triggs (multiple formats at
E99 .H2 S9 [Info] Haida Texts and Myths, Skidegate Dialect (Smithsonian Bureau of American Ethnology bulletin #29; Washington: GPO, 1905), by John Reed Swanton
E99 .H2S9 1874 [Info] The Haidah Indians of Queen Charlotte's Islands, British Columbia With a Brief Description of Their Carvings, Tattoo Designs, Etc. (1874), by James G. Swan (multiple formats at
E99 .H3 W47 1985 [Info] Havasupai Habitat: A. F. Whiting's Ethnography of a Traditional Indian Culture (originally published 1985; open access edition Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2019), by Alfred F. Whiting, ed. by Steven A. Weber and P. David Seaman (illustrated HTML and Epub with commentary at Open Arizona)
E99 .H6 M4 [Info] Ethnography and Philology of the Hidatsa Indians, by Washington Matthews (page images at MOA)
E99 .H6 W337 [Info] Agriculture of the Hidatsa Indians: An Indian Interpretation (Studies in the Social Sciences #9; Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, 1917), by Waheenee, ed. by Gilbert Livingstone Wilson, trans. by Edward Goodbird
E99 .H6 W337 [Info] Buffalo Bird Woman's Garden, by Waheenee, ed. by Gilbert Livingstone Wilson, trans. by Edward Goodbird (illustrated HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)
E99 .H6 W338 1921 [Info] Waheenee: An Indian Girl's Story (St. Paul: Webb Pub. Co., 1921), by Waheenee, ed. by Gilbert Livingstone Wilson, trans. by Edward Goodbird, illust. by F. N. Wilson (page images at HathiTrust)
E99 .H68 G73 [Info] Hohokam Indians of the Tucson Basin, by Linda M. Gregonis and Karl J. Reinhard (illustrated HTML at Wayback Machine)
E99.H68 M35 1992 [Info] The Marana Community in the Hohokam World (Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona #56; 1992), ed. by Suzanne K. Fish, Paul R. Fish, and John H. Madsen (multiple formats with commentary at Arizona)
E99 .H69 C63 1999 [Info] Amidst Ancient Monuments: The Administrative History of Mound City Group National Monument / Hopewell Culture National Historical Park, Ohio, by Ron Cockrell (illustrated HTML at National Park Service)
E99 .H7 H67 2008 [Info] Hopi Nation: Essays on Indigenous Art, Culture, History, and Law (2008), ed. by Edna Glenn, John R. Wunder, Willard H. Rollings, and C. L. Martin (PDF files at
E99 .H7 J49 [Info] Hopi the Cliff-Dweller (Boston et al.: Educational Pub. Co., c1909), by Martha Jewett (page images at HathiTrust)
E99 .H7 N45 1993 [Info] Born a Chief: The Nineteenth Century Hopi Boyhood of Edmund Nequatewa, As Told to Alfred F. Whiting (Tucson and London: University of Arizona Press, c1993), by Edmund Nequatewa, ed. by P. David Seaman, contrib. by Alfred F. Whiting (illustrated HTML and Epub at Open Arizona)
E99.H7 N46 [Info] Truth of a Hopi: Stories Relating to the Origin, Myths and Clan Histories of the Hopi, by Edmund Nequatewa (illustrated HTML with commentary at
E99 .H7 S82 1936 [Info] Hopi Journal of Alexander M. Stephen (2 volumes; New York: Columbia University Press, 1936), by Alexander MacGregor Stephen, ed. by Elsie Worthington Clews Parsons (page images at HathiTrust)
E99 .H7 V7 [Info] The Traditions of the Hopi, by H. R. Voth (HTML at
E99.H7 W47 2018 [Info] Deliberate Acts: Changing Hopi Culture Through the Oraibi Split (originally published 1988; open access edition (with new essay by Sheridan) published Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2018), by Peter M. Whiteley, contrib. by Thomas E. Sheridan (illustrated HTML and Epub with commentary at Arizona)
E99 .H9 H94 [Info] Notes of Sites of Huron Villages in the Township of Tiny (Simcoe County) and Adjacent Parts, Prepared With a View to the Identification of Those Villages Visited and Described By Champlain and the Early Missionaries (1899), by Andrew Frederick Hunter (multiple formats at
E99 .H9 M6 [Info] The Missionary Pioneer, or A Brief Memoir of the Life, Labours, and Death of John Stewart, (Man of Colour,) Founder, under God of the Mission Among the Wyandotts at Upper Sandusky, Ohio (New York: Printed by J. C. Totten, 1827), by Joseph Mitchell
E99 .I2 C3 [Info] The Last of the Illinois, and a Sketch of the Pottawatomies (1870), by John Dean Caton (multiple formats at

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