The Artist and the Storyteller Goingback and Mary Chiltoskey: a Cherokee Legend

By: Galloway, Mary Regina Ulmer

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Lightly soiled, stapled, pictorial wraps, lower corner lightly turned up. Small, light dampstain about midpoint of front foredge (not visible on wraps) , affecting interior pages for a half inch in margin. ; Written by their neice, this is the story of Goingback Chiltoskey, famed woodcarver in the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, and his wife Mary, who came to Cherokee fro Alabama to teach. She stayed, writing books about the Cherokees and marrying Goingback. It is signed on the title page by both Chiltoskeys. ; B&W Photographs; Thin 8vo 8" to 9" tall; 52 pages; History and appreciation of the Chiltoskeys, almost legendary Cherokee artists, carvers and storytellers in North Carolina. Written by their niece. Signed by both Chiltoskeys on title page. Unusual signed. ; Signed by Biographee

Title: The Artist and the Storyteller Goingback and Mary Chiltoskey: a Cherokee Legend

Author Name: Galloway, Mary Regina Ulmer

Categories: Native American,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: Lawrenceville, GA, Self-Counsel Press: 1991

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 5870

Keywords: Cherokee Woodcarving Storytelling North Carolina