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ItemBrochure for Drummers and Dreamers with book store information written on it.(UNKNOWN, 1956) The Caxton Printers, Ltd."One of the last westerly frontiers, where the Columbia rushes through a desolation of sand dunes, sagebrush, and basalt cliffs, has found an interpreter. Click Relander writes with a sureness of treatment about a remnant band of Indians and the land colonization of the Pacific Northwest. The eight survivors of the once numerous tribe dwell at Priest Rapids in the last tule mat long house. They are Wanapums, River People of the Dreamer faith, descendants of the mysterious prophet, Smowhala." ItemInformation for authors who submit manuscripts.(UNKNOWN, 1955-04-06) The Caxton Printers, Ltd.2 versions of the same sheet. The second one has typed on the back: "The Caxton Printers, Ltd. acknowledge receipt of your manuscript Drummers and Dreamers. This will be referred to our readers, and when we have their reports, to be anticipated within 60 or 90 days under normal conditions, you will hear from us." ItemInvoice sent from The Caxton Printers related to Drummers and Dreamers.(UNPUBLISHED, 1956-10-24) The Caxton Printers, Ltd.2 purchases of 50 books, with Relander's discount applied. ItemListings of where review copies of Drummers & Dreamers were being sent.(UNPUBLISHED, 1956-03-28) The Caxton Printers, Ltd.Includes some addresses, but document is digitized due to them being business addresses, and not personal addresses. ItemLithograph of Indian Horse Race, as referenced in Drummers and Dreamers promotional material.(UNKNOWN, 1956) The Caxton Printers, Ltd.; Quigley, E. B."Indian Horse Race was painted at Priest Rapids by E. B. Quigley. He has gained prominence as a ranking painter of western scenes and makes sketching trips to the Indian country for atmosphere and authenticity. The Wanapum Indians described old-time races for the painter who found the rock pile turning marker still along the river." ItemOrder for two copies of Drummers & Dreamers on printed form.(UNPUBLISHED, 1956-08-10) The Caxton Printers, Ltd."Sir: You may enter my order for 2 copies of Relander's DRUMMERS AND DREAMERS, at $6.00 the copy. Ship by Order will be placed with J. K. Gill Co., Portland, Oregon." ItemPromotional material for Drummers and Dreamers: invitation and brochure.(UNKNOWN, 1956) The Caxton Printers, Ltd."Mr. Relander has drawn upon extensive historical and ethnological research. Consequently the writing is not limited by geographical boundaries but extends to those persons and things with which the River People came in contact--the little-known Palouses, who lived to the east; the unsung northern chief, Moses; Old Fort Simcoe in the Yakima Valley; the astounding Indian agent, the Reverend James H. Wilbur; and to other personalities and history-making events." ItemReviewers comments on Drummers and Dreamers.(UNPUBLISHED, 1957-02-28) The Caxton Printers, Ltd."'...a representative account of the future of many reservation Indians...The story is of all Indians for all Americans.'--Bulletin of the National Association of Secondary-School Principals, Washington, D. C." ItemStatements from The Caxton Printers.(UNPUBLISHED, 1955-08-30) The Caxton Printers, Ltd."Terms: Net cash. Statutory rate of interest charged on all accounts after thirty days. No allowance will be made unless claim is filed within five days after receipt of goods. We render monthly statements of all bills due or not due. Should this statement not agree with your account, notify us at once."