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Screenland's first Americans.

Author: Indian Actors Association.
Publisher: Hollywood [Calif.] : Pioneer Press, [1935?]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

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Genre/Form: Portraits
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Indian Actors Association.
OCLC Number: 40492408
Notes: Cover title.
Pagination includes covers.
Features the Indian Actors Association, its officers and directors, and ladies' auxiliary.
Description: 20 unnumbered pages : chiefly portraits ; 24 cm
Contents: Portraits, chiefly of Indian actors: Many Treaties (Blackfoot), Big Heart (Non-tsi Tah, Osage), Black Wolf (Nez Perce), Whirl Wind (Weott), White Quiver (Blackfoot), Friend of Tribes (Sioux), Black Hawk (Mohawk), Bill Wilkerson (Cherokee), Glympia (Navajo), Minnie Bahe (Navajo), Dorothy Bahe (Navajo), Sun Leaf (Papago), Hackseecha (Tuscaroroa), Meckethqua or Metchethqua (Kickapoo), Weeping Star (Kickapoo), Wild Rose (Tuscaroroa), Mother Soto (Mission), Rose Bud (Navajo), Helen Tall Chief (Osage), Okeemah (Creek), Yaethish or Yacthish (Mission), Onnawatt or Onnawah (Cherokee), Onnanake (Cherokee), White Dove (Cherokee), Princess Wyhnemah (Delaware), Little Nunny (Klamath), Pale Moon (Mission), Ahteeha or Ah-Tee-Ha (Pottawatomie), Big Tree (Iroquois), White Feather (Cherokee), Shooting Star, Francis E. "Buffalo Bill" Burkhardt (Anglo), Chief Standing Bear (Sioux), Spotted Horse, Wanna Gana, Tall Chief's son, Hackseeacke, White Eagle (New York Iroquois), "Nunny" Wanno Ganna (Klamath), and Willow Bird (Apache).


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