Berkeley: Red Mountain Tribe, June 12-19, 1970.
Unbound. Tabloid. 28pp. Illustrated. Folded as issued. Moderate age-toning and a little edgewear, very good. A newspaper issued by The Tribe, a more radical faction that split from among those who produced the "Berkeley Bard". The front leaf reads: "We Have Endured We Are Indians" and features a two page spread inside with an article of the Pit River tribe's "reoccupation" of their ancestral lands in the northeast corner of California, where it intersects with Nevada and Oregon. It also features a two-page center-spread featuring Native American art and poetry and a proclamation by the River River Indian Council. Other news covered includes a Weather Underground communique on the bombing of NYC police headquarters, a full page essay on "coming out", and other articles reflective of the Tribe's desire for imminent revolution. Considerably scarer than issues of the better known "Berkeley Barb."