These publications make available to the falconry and scholarly worlds materials associated with falconry that are of lasting historic value.
Volume I — American Falconry in the Twentieth Century, by Captain R. L. Meredih (1999). This is the first publication of the author's only typescript copy known to exist. Sold out.
Volume II — Life With an Indian Prince, by John J. Craighead and Frank C. Craighead, Jr. (2001). The brothers' day-by-day diary is included with hundreds of color photographs. $135.
Volume III — A Short Discourse of Hawking to the Field, by Sir Thomas Sherley (2004). Presents the first work published in the English language written by a practicing falconer. Sold out.
Volume IV — Bibliotheca Accipitraria II, by John Resler Swift (2011). James Edmund Harting's reference is updated to include new publications through the year 2000.
Volume V — An Ancient Sport in the New World, by S. Kent Carnie (2013). This book documents the roots of falconry and why its current practice in the Americas is unequalled elsewhere in the world. Sold out.