Oddity, Victim (c. 1860 25-Mar-1916)
SUBJECT OF BOOKS
Eva Marie Apperson. We Knew Ishi. Red Bluff, CA: Walker Lithograph. 1971. 101pp.
David R Collins and Kristen Bergren. Ishi: The Last of His People. Greensboro, NC: Morgan Reynolds. 2000. 96pp.
Richard Burrill. Ishi Rediscovered. Sacramento, CA: Anthro Co.. 2001. 227pp.
Richard Burrill. Ishi in His Second World: The Untold Story of Ishi in Oroville. Sacramento, CA: Anthro Co.. 2004. 368pp.
James A Freeman. Ishi's Journey: From the Center to the Edge of the World. Happy Camp, CA: Naturegraph. 1992. 224pp.
L. D. Holcomb. The Last Yahi: A Novel about Ishi. San Jose, CA: Writers Club Press. 2000. 255pp.
Clifton Kroeber and Karl Kroeber. Ishi in Three Centuries. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press. 2003. 416pp.
Robert F. Heizer and Theodora Kroeber. Ishi the Last Yahi: A Documentary History. University of California Press. 1979. 342pp.
Theodora Kroeber. Ishi in Two Worlds: A Biography of the Last Wild Indian in North America. University of California Press. 1961. 255pp.
Theodora Kroeber. Ishi: Last of His Tribe. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. 1964. 242pp.
Orin Starn. Ishi's Brain: In Search of America's Last "Wild" Indian. New York City: Norton. 2004. 352pp.
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