Berkeley, CA: R.H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology, .
Softcover. Very Good. 8.5 x 11 inches, 20 pp, in original wrappers. Some very light external wear, contents unmarked. The Kiowa Indians were a small tribe (approximately 2000 individuals) who occupied, along with other groups, a territory that included western Oklahoma and adjacent parts of Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Texas. The pictographic chronicle of the triber recorded described here was obtained in 1892 at the Kiowa Reservation at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. It was originally painted on hides but had been copied onto paper. This booklet reprints small images of each pictorgraph along with a explanations for each.