Piedra Pintada Books: Book Dealer Links
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Other Book Dealers with Related Things of Interest
There are a number of book dealers, book stores, and rock art organizations,
who carry titles either directly or indirectly related to rock art.
If we do not carry, or cannot find a particular book for you,
it is a good possibility that one of these firms (listed below)
can find it for you.
Or, if you are interested in learning about the mythology, language,
or archaeology of a California or western American Indian group,
the other web sites listed below may have wonderful surprises in store for you.
The list is naturally biased towards dealers on the west coast
of the US with whom we have personal familiarity.
We hope this helps you to find the books you need!
- Footsteps of Man carries a number of rock art titles, most in Italian, a few in English,
of rock art sites in Italy.
- Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici is the Italian rock art organization founded by Emmanuel Anati.
This organization offers a number of books, most written in Italian, a few in English, describing rock art sites from all over the world.
- Collins Rare Books For over twenty years now,
Louis Collins has specialized in used books and journals related to the fields
of anthropology, archaeology, and North American Indians. Collins Rare Books occasionally
has small on-line catalogues of rock art books in stock.
He has a nice shop in the Seattle area if you happen to live in that area, and he
rather successfully searches for out-of-print titles for no fee and at no obligation.
Collins has the best selection in the afore-mentioned fields that I have seen for any dealer in the western US.
- Coyote Press has been in business for nearly twenty years,
and offers a tremendous selection of both in-print and out-of-print titles related to the Archaeology and Indians of California and the western United States.
They also carry a selection of rock art titles.
- Dawson's Book Shop located in the Los Angeles area specializes in Western Americana and Californiana,
and has an unusually fine selection of books on western American Indians and archaeology.
They also maintain on-line copies of their most recent mail catalogues.
Dawsons has been owned and operated by the family for three generations now since they opened for business in 1905.
- Powell's Books located in Portland, Oregon occupies over one city block of floor space to house their stock.
Both new and used rock art titles are to be found in their on-line searchable database.
- Shorey's Bookstore located in Seattle, Washington is one of a kind.
Recently established in new digs, Shorey's has been in business for 107 years now and offers a strong selection of Northwest Americana and Indians.
- Antipodean Books specializes books on Australia and Antarctica.
They always seem to have a few rock art books for sale in their on-line catalogues!
- Riverside Municipal Museum operates a bookstore which carries a fine selection
of books covering the Indians of California and their basketry, languages, rock art, world view, mythology, etc.
On-line catalogue & on-line ordering.
- Bob Fein Books is a private dealer in Santa Fe, New Mexico, who specializes in the archaeology and ethnography of North America, and issues catalogues.
Bob Fein Books, 2156 Candelaro Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505. (505) 471-3886
- De La Peña Books is another private dealer in Santa Fe, New Mexico, who specializes in Western Americana, Native Americans and Archaeology. He even has a short list of rock art titles on his website.
- Ethnographic Arts Publications is run by a dealer in Sausalito, California, who specializes in books, new and used, on tribal arts worldwide.
He can be reached via snail-mail at 1040 Erica Road, Mill Valley, CA 94941, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- N. Fagin Books located in Chicago area specializes in titles
on Archaeology, Ethnographic Art, and Linguistics, as well as a number of Natural History disciplines.
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Last update: 7 December 2000