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LETTERS AND NOTES ON THE MANNERS, CUSTOMS AND CONDITION OF THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS
Written by George Catlin; Peter Matthiessen; C.J. Shepherd.
Stock no. 1319148
Published by Folio Society. 1st thus 2009. Fine condition.
"Written during Eight Years' Travel amongst the Wildest Tribes of Indians in North America". Introduced by Matthiessen, edited and abridged by Shepherd. Pale peach cloth. Colour photos throughout. 470 pages. A super copy in original slipcase which is lightly scuffed at edges.
THE ANNOTATED AND ILLUSTRATED JOURNALS OF MAJOR ROBERT ROGERS
Written by Robert Rogers; Timothy J. Todish. Illustrated by Gary S. Zaboly.
Stock no. 1819278
Published by Purple Mountain Press. 1st 2002. Fine condition.
Major Robert Rogers of the Rangers is not only on e of the most famous men to have come out of Colonial America in the 1700s, he is also one of the most fascinating. Large format, pictorial cardwraps. Annotated and with an Introduction by Todish. B/w illustrations. ISBN: 1930098200. SIGNED by Timothy J. Todish to title page and also a note to previous owner loosely inserted.
The Indian Casualties of the Custer Fight. Frontier Military Series XVI. Blue cloth boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos and illustrations. ISBN: 0870622242.
IN THE VALLEY OF THE LITTLE BIG HORN: THE 7TH AND THE SIOUX JUNE 25-26, 1876
Written by Robert C. Kain.
Stock no. 1819271
Published by Beinfeld Publishing Inc.. 2nd 1975. Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.
2nd Edition, enhanced by the addition of personal notes and comments by the late Colonel Edward M. Offley, United States Cavalry, retired. His notes have been reproduced in this book just as he wrote them, on the page margins in his own hand. Dark blue cloth, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. ISBN: 0917714164. Text block browned with a few minor foxspots. Pictorial dustwrapper is edge-chipped and grubby.
Wooden Leg was one of the sixteen hundred warriors of the Northern Cheyennes who fought with the Sioux against Custer at the legendary Battle of the Bighorn. Pictorial cardwraps. ISBN: 0803251246. 12th printing. Top corner crease to contents.
A comprehensive account of Wounded Knee exploring the complex events leading up to the tragedy, the killings themselves, and the troubled legacy that resulted. Red cloth spine with black title, red paper boards. B/w photos. ISBN: 9780806144481. Second printing.
The stories of the Canadians who joined the 7th Cavalry Regiment of the United States Army and new information on Custer's fatal battle. Pictorial cardwraps. B/w photos. 277 pages. ISBN: 9781459704077.
A Battle History From Cottonwood to Bear Paw. Black spine with gilt titles, brown boards. B/w illustrations and maps. 293 pages includes index. ISBN: 9781594161322.
The battlefields, forts and related sites of America's greatest Indian war. Pictorial card wraps. B/w photos. 126 pages includes index. ISBN: 9780917298387.
The Nez Perce Story of 1877 was the final great Indian conflict in American history. Burgundy spine with gilt title, light brown boards. B/w photos and illustrations. xxix and 397 pages. ISBN: 9780195136753. Ex-ib with library withdrawn stamp on rear endpaper, no other library markings. Spine and corners bumped. Light mark to rear cover. Small dent to lower edge of front cover. Surface paper damage to front and rear pastedowns. Wrapper has light mark on rear panel.
CHILDREN OF GRACE: THE NEZ PERCE WAR OF 1877
Written by Bruce Hampton.
Stock no. 1819056
Published by Henry Holt and Company. 1st 1994. Slightly better than very good condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
This story captures the plight of the common soldier, a reluctant instrument of a government policy gone wrong; and the reason behind the indecisiveness of General Howard. Also includes the treachery of fellow Native Americans who helped the U.S. Army block the escape of the Nex Perce as the fled toward Canada. A harrowing picture of bravery and horror, perfidy and pathos. Black cloth spine with gilt title, peach paper boards. Endpapers are maps. B/w photos. ISBN: 080501991X. Top edge of front board bumped. Minor foxing to top edge of text block. Name in ink to first page. Pictorial dustwrapper is slightly faded to spine.
Red cloth, black titles to front cover and spine. B/w illustrations. 176 pages. Spine and corners bumped, cover edges slightly rubbed. Light foxing to textblock. Child's writing (in pen and pencil) in belongs to box, messy writing to top margin of title-page partially erased (still evident as heavy pencil was used).