Size: 8 x 11
Country of Origin: United States
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company
Author: Mary Buff, Conrad Buff
Hah-nee of the Cliff Dwellers
Mary and Conrad Buff
Illustrator: Mary and Conrad Buff
Publisher/Date: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1956.
Format: Hard pictorial cover with dust jacket with the same picture. 8 x 11, 71 pages.
Condition: Ex-library, with date page and glue where pocket was attached inside back cover. Stamps inside front and back. Library numbers on front. Slight wear to corners. Dust jacket tears along top and bottom, with a small missing piece along the bottom near spine. Library numbers and the word Discard in felt pen on front. Upper front flap has top corner cut, but price of $3.75 is on bottom corner.
Description: This is the dramatic story of Hah-Nee, a Cliff Dweller, based on the history of these now-vanished peoples, of one Indian boy and his family, forced by superstition and fear to creep secretly away from their beloved home to begin a new life in the distant land of the Great River.
In many black-and-white drawings, but especially in several spreads, one double-page, in glowing color, Conrad Buff, known as an artist who interprets our western landscape boldly and vividly, brings alive the mystery and glory of the cliff-dwellers.
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