The Indian Art of Tanning Buckskin


Schaefer, Arlington C. “Buckskin Slim”

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Schaefer, Arlington C. “Buckskin Slim”. The Indian Art of Tanning Buckskin. Roseburg, Oregon: Schaefer-Knudson Publications | The Mail Printers , 1973. First edition. pp. 56. 8vo. Bound in full tan suede leather with brown lettering and Indigenous scene stamped to the front cover. Photographic frontispiece of the author dressed in “Everyday Buckskin”. Black and white photographs and many drawings, figures, illustrations depicting the Indigenous technique of tanning buckskin. Small ink number to the corner of the front cover otherwise bright, clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding; near fine. At time of cataloguing this title does not appear amongst the holdings at Peel, BAC/LAC. Rare. SIGNED and inscribed by Arglinton in ink to the copyright page. Arlington C. “Buckskin Slim” Schaefer was also known as Bahp-Ku-Bu-Da (Absaroka Crow); Mahm-Way-Gee-Zhik (Ottawa or Ojibway). Leather Bound. (#880) $125.00