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    • ALFRED A. KNOPF, 1960
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    • Bibliographic details: Octavo Illustrated with drawings by Nick Eggenhofer (including title page), and photographs brown cloth with red and blue lettering and red stained upper edges “The dramatic history of this butchery is told here in comprehensive detail for the first time. Much of it is in the words of the hunters themselves, whose reminiscences have been searched out and used.” -from the dust jacket Large stain to back cover Read more
    • UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS, (1992)
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    • Bibliographic details: Large quarto Illustrated by Paul Goble pictorial coloured, glazed wrappers “In 1866 the process of driving the Indians from their lands and containing them within reservations was nearing its final stages. The Civil War had ended and the nation’s resources were directed toward healing the wounds inflicted during the terrible five years of bloodshed and destruction. .... Washington hoped they could avoid military conflict with the Indian tribes but at the same time they realized nothing could halt the civilian expansion westward.” - from the introduction. This is the story of the Bozeman Tra... Read more
    • UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO PRESS, (1993)
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    • Bibliographic details: Oblong quarto Illustrated with photographs, timelines, and maps. Featuring photographs from the George A. Grant Collection and a color portfolio by David Muench black cloth with copper lettering pictorial dust jacket (slight wear at back) “This revised edition is expanded to include additional information on eleven parks and monuments that have been established in the last ten years.” -from the dust jacket As new in shrinkwrap Read more
    • THORSONS PUBLISHER, (1948)
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    • Bibliographic details: Octavo original green cloth lettered in black pictorial dust jacket (with loss of paper at head of spine, chipped throughout) Gift label adhered to front pastedown, a gift inscription in ink on front free endpaper, ownership address in ink, foxing to edges Read more
    • ALFRED A. KNOPF, 1986
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    • Bibliographic details: Large quarto Pen and ink drawings by Al M. Napolotano Three-quarter beige cloth over beige boards, lettered in brown, decorated and lettered in brown, map endpapers pictorial dust jacket (very slightly silverfished) Small smudge on front board, esle fine Read more
    • ARTHUR H. CLARK, 1965
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    • Bibliographic details: Two volumes, complete Quarto Illustrated brown cloth lettered in gilt pictorial dust jacket (some silverfishing) “War for the Colorado River” epitomizes the war for water in the West. The four words “War for a Waterhole” compress a dominant phase of conflict from the beginning of settlement beyond the Mississippi and the Rockies. Its origins found individuals with six-guns as combatants; later came groups with rifles; then sovereign states with legal writs and acts of Congress became the contestants. Water represented life itself for advancing civilization. These volumes present the many ev... Read more
    • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS, (1992)
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    • Bibliographic details: Quarto Illustrated with photographs, drawings, charts, facsimiles, tables, and maps black cloth with silver lettering pictorial dust jacket “David Johnson studies the conquest and settlement of the first three states of the western region...In doing so, he traces the emergence of distinct political cultures out of the common materials of antebellum America.” -from the dust jacket Fine Read more
    • HARPER & BROTHERS PUBLISHERS, 1872
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    • Bibliographic details: 7 volumes Quarto three-quarter brown morocco over brown cloth ruled and lettered in gilt on the spine Printed in double columns with many illustrations by Thomas Nast, A. B. Frost among other American artists. Read more
    • SECURITY TRUST & SAVINGS BANK, 1929
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    • Bibliographic details: Octavo Profusely illustrated original pink pictorial wrappers , lettered in orange A well written history of Los Angeles, illustrated with numerous photographs. Contains many short biographies with photographs of prominent persons in Los Angeles history A few foxing blooms (faint) on wrappers, else fine Read more
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