New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1978. 23.5x16cm: 242pp. Stated First Edition. Black paper-covered boards quarter-bound in red cloth with black lettering on the spine. A square and tight copy with slight bumping to spine ends. Remainder mark on bottom edge of text block. Dust jacket lightly soiled and rubbed, mostly along the folds. Small red stain along bottom edge of front panel. Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket.
In this work, Nabokov has assembled a rich and vivid collection of sources documenting the history of Native American and white relations as seen through Native American eyes. Illustrated with photographs, many of them rare, and with maps. This work, according to the author, presents an authentic, challenging picture of an important, tragic, and much misunderstood aspect of American history.