Complete set 32 issues of American Indian weekly, vibrant graphic covers, overall very good-to-excellent condition, many pages unread and unsplit, very rare collection American Indian Weekly Description: A weekly magazine with stories focusing on violent conflicts between whites (frontiersmen, soldiers, trappers, et. al) and Indian tribes in the American West and Great North-West. Indians are typically portrayed as bloodthirsty and vengeful, with plots centering on white men's fears that Indians will destroy their means of livelihood and carry off their women and children. Illustration: full-page color cover. 32 pages. Publisher: Arthur Westbrook Co. Place of Publication: Cleveland Date of First Issue: 1910. Scarce!!!