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101 DIETERLE, ERIC. Where The Wind Dreams Of Staying: Searching For Purpose And Place In The West.
Oregon State University Press, Corvallis: 2016. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
In his powerful memoir Where the Wind Dreams of Staying, Eric Dieterle captures the emotional storms of a boy, and then a man, who seeks meaning in a place, or a place with meaning. His restless search for purpose and identity in the American West moves through cycles of success and failure, love and loss. Dieterle's journey leads from the plateaus of eastern Washington through the landscapes of seven states, ending in the shadow of the San Francisco peaks in northern Arizona. In a series of interwoven essays, readers will find rich, detailed explorations of western landscapes, balanced with stories of personal reflection, determination, doubt, and fulfillment. Along the way, Dieterle grapples with anxiety and depression, substance abuse, and failed relationships. The interior life of the author is tightly bound to the external landscapes, ecosystems, and ecologies, so that person and place become lost in one another. Ultimately a story of resilience, Where the Wind Dreams of Staying is a lyrical tribute to the richly varied landscapes and lifestyles of the inland West. It will be welcomed by readers of environmental literature and personal memoir, and anyone who has struggled against the odds in pursuit of a balanced life. ERIC DIETERLE lives, works, and writes in Flagstaff, Arizona. He has written for newspapers, published essays in journals of environmental literature, and guest-blogged on topics ranging from the environment to sustainable living to running at high altitudes. Dieterle holds bachelor's and master's degrees in history from Washington State University, and a master's in English from Iowa State University. Where the Wind Dreams of Staying is his first book. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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102 DISCOVERY WRITERS; BURK, DALE (FOREWORD). Lewis And Clark In The Bitterroot.
Stoneydale Press, Stevensville: . 0912299711 / 9780912299716 s Softcover. Brand new book. 
With a Foreword by Dale A. Burk, 216 pages, 6x9 format, many photographs, 16-page color section. The Lewis and Clark Expedition's travels in the Bitterroot Mountains and the spot in Ross' Hole where they encountered the Salish Indians (immortalized by Charles M. Russell's famous painting, on the cover of the book) was critical to the Expedition's success. This book makes the first-ever presentation of the Salish Indian perspective of their encounter with the Corps of Discovery at Ross' Hole in the upper Bitterroot. This is a big book with a wonderful narrative that details the two parts of the Expedition in the Bitterroot, put in full context with the entire Expedition. Available in softcover or hardcover. 
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103 DISCOVERY WRITERS; BURK, DALE (FOREWORD). Lewis And Clark In The Bitterroot.
Stoneydale Press, Stevensville: . 0912299762 / 9780912299761 h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
With a Foreword by Dale A. Burk, 216 pages, 6x9 format, many photographs, 16-page color section. The Lewis and Clark Expedition's travels in the Bitterroot Mountains and the spot in Ross' Hole where they encountered the Salish Indians (immortalized by Charles M. Russell's famous painting, on the cover of the book) was critical to the Expedition's success. This book makes the first-ever presentation of the Salish Indian perspective of their encounter with the Corps of Discovery at Ross' Hole in the upper Bitterroot. This is a big book with a wonderful narrative that details the two parts of the Expedition in the Bitterroot, put in full context with the entire Expedition. Available in softcover or hardcover. 
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104 DISCOVERY WRITERS; BURK, DALE (FOREWORD). Lewis And Clark On The Upper Missouri.
Stoneydale Press, Stevensville: . 0912299851 / 9780912299853 h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
With a Foreword by Dale A. Burk. 224 pages, 6x9 format, many photographs and illustrations, 16-page color section featuring art and photographs. The coming bi-centennial of the famous Lewis & Clark Expedition has led to this detailed look at their travels in upper Missouri River region of Montana. In this, the second of their series on the Expedition focusing on the Corps of Discovery's travels in Montana, takes a detailed look at the Corps' arduous journey in 1805 from Fort Mandan to the crown of the Continent at the Continental Divide, the drainage of the upper Missouri River. For those wanting a fresh and clearly-written comprehension of the Corps experiences on the upper Missouri written with special emphasis on the Corps time spent on the Missouri in what is now Montana, this is a must book. Detailed day-by-day description with a special focus on the critical parts of the journey, in particular their ability to cope with difficult and changing conditions across the spring and summer, the portage of the Great Falls of the Missouri, what they recorded and commented on in terms of nature, wildlife and the land itself, a special chapter on Sacajawea. In another unusual twist to provide context, the Discovery Writers included many "sidebars" that provide historic and geographic descriptions of what has occurred along the route since the time of the Expedition. This is a big, well-illustrated, timely and very lucid book. Available in softcover and hardcover with a stunning cover painting done by artist Robert F. Morgan of Helena, Montana. 
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105 DISCOVERY WRITERS; BURK, DALE (FOREWORD). Lewis And Clark On The Upper Missouri.
Stoneydale Press, Stevensville: . 0912299843 / 9780912299846 s Softcover. Brand new book. 
With a Foreword by Dale A. Burk. 224 pages, 6x9 format, many photographs and illustrations, 16-page color section featuring art and photographs. The coming bi-centennial of the famous Lewis & Clark Expedition has led to this detailed look at their travels in upper Missouri River region of Montana. In this, the second of their series on the Expedition focusing on the Corps of Discovery's travels in Montana, takes a detailed look at the Corps' arduous journey in 1805 from Fort Mandan to the crown of the Continent at the Continental Divide, the drainage of the upper Missouri River. For those wanting a fresh and clearly-written comprehension of the Corps experiences on the upper Missouri written with special emphasis on the Corps time spent on the Missouri in what is now Montana, this is a must book. Detailed day-by-day description with a special focus on the critical parts of the journey, in particular their ability to cope with difficult and changing conditions across the spring and summer, the portage of the Great Falls of the Missouri, what they recorded and commented on in terms of nature, wildlife and the land itself, a special chapter on Sacajawea. In another unusual twist to provide context, the Discovery Writers included many "sidebars" that provide historic and geographic descriptions of what has occurred along the route since the time of the Expedition. This is a big, well-illustrated, timely and very lucid book. Available in softcover and hardcover with a stunning cover painting done by artist Robert F. Morgan of Helena, Montana. 
Price: 14.20 USD
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106 DIXON, KELLY J.; SCHABLITSKY, JULIE & NOVAK, SHANNON (EDITORS). An Archaeology Of Desperation: Exploring The Donner Party's Alder Creek Camp.
University of Oklahoma Press, Norman: 2011. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
Uses science to understand survival among the West's most storied overlanders. Winner of the 2013 James Deetz Book Award from the Society of Historical Archaeology. The Donner Party is almost inextricably linked with cannibalism. In truth, we know remarkably little about what actually happened to the starving travelers in the Sierra Nevada in the winter of 1846-47. Combining the approaches of history, ethnohistory, archaeology, bioarchaeology and social anthropology, this innovative look at the Donner Party's experience at the Alder Creek Camp offers insights into many long-unsolved mysteries. Centered on archaeological investigations in the summers of 2003 and 2004 near Truckee, California, the book includes detailed analysis of artifacts and bones that suggest what life was like in this survival camp. Microscopic investigations of tiny bone fragments reveal butchery scars and microstructure that illuminate what the Donner families may have eaten before the final days of desperation, how they prepared what served as food, and whether they actually butchered and ate their deceased companions. The contributors reassess old data with new analytic techniques and, by examining both physical evidence and oral testimony from observers and survivors, add new dimensions to the historical narrative. Kelly J. Dixon is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Montana and author of Boomtown Saloons: Archaeology and History in Virginia City. Julie M. Schablitsky is Senior Research Archaeologist at the Museum of Natural and Cultural History, University of Oregon, and the editor of Box Office Archaeology: Refining Hollywood's Portrayal of the Past Shannon A. Novak is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the Maxwell School, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, and author of House of Mourning: A biocultural History of the Mountain Meadows Massacre. 
Price: 33.20 USD
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107 DRAGO, HARRY SINCLAIR. Road Agents And Train Robbers: Half A Century Of Western Banditry.
Dodd, Mead & Company, New York: 1973. 0396067859 / 9780396067856 h Hardcover with dustjacket. Fair condition. Ex library with usual stamping , markings and labels. Last page torn from book. 
Gives a brilliant picture of Western outlawry. Here are the bandits as they really were - some, men of courage; others, desperadoes who killed when there was no need of killing. 
Price: 10.69 USD
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108 DRIMMER, FREDERICK (EDITOR). Captured By The Indians: 15 Firsthand Accounts, 1750-1870.
Dover Publications, Inc., New York: 1961. 0486249018 / 9780486249018 s Softcover. Good condition. 
Here are unforgettable true accounts of grisly tortures, bloody conflicts, relentless pursuits, miraculous escapes...even the adoption of captives into Indian tribes. By inference, the chronicles also offer a revealing picture of Indian culture - love, marriage, witchcraft, burial rituals, and much more - as well as a rare glimpse of the hardships of frontier life and the forces that shaped America's pioneer spirit. 
Price: 8.08 USD
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109 DUNCAN, DAYTON. Out West: A Journey Through Lewis An Clark's America.
University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln and London: 2000. Reprint Edition. With a new Afterword by the author. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
One hundred and eighty years after Lewis and Clark's "Voyage of Discovery" (1804-1806), Dayton Duncan set out in a Volkswagen camper to retrace their steps. Out West is an account of three separate journeys: Lewis and Clark's epic adventure through uncharted wilderness; Duncan's retracing of the historic trail, now in various ways tamed, paved, and settled; and the journey of the American West in the years in between. Readers traveling with Duncan will encounter the people who inhabit today's West: farmers and ranchers, cowboys and mountain men, Native Americans, residents of dying small towns, city dwellers who have survived cycles of boom and bust. From the Gateway Arch in St. Louis to the Oregon coast, readers will be treated to a landscape as variously impressive as its people. Dayton Duncan has been a reporter, humor columnist, editorial writer, chief of staff to a governor, and deputy press secretary for presidential campaigns. Born and raised in a small town in Iowa, he now makes his home in Walpole, New Hampshire. His books include Miles from Nowhere: Tales from America's Contemporary Frontier, also available in a Bison Books edition. "A marvelous and funny book."—New York Times Book Review "An entertaining series of road adventures, paved with gems of history and lined with majestic conclusions about the development of the West."—Boston Globe "A smoothly written combination of history and humor, sociological insights and serendipitous pleasures."—Kirkus Review "An offbeat story that successfully combines history, travel, and personal adventure."—Publishers Weekly "Armchair adventure with history as a bonus."—New Yorker 
Price: 23.70 USD
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110 DUNCAN, DAYTON. Out West: An American Journey.
Viking, New York: 1987. 0670808229 / 9780670808229 h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. 
One hundred and eighty years after Lewis and Clark's "Voyage of Discovery" (1804-1806), Dayton Duncan set out in a Volkswagen camper to retrace their steps. Out West is an account of three separate journeys: Lewis and Clark's epic adventure through uncharted wilderness; Duncan's retracing of the historic trail, now in various ways tamed, paved, and settled; and the journey of the American West in the years in between. Readers traveling with Duncan will encounter the people who inhabit today's West: farmers and ranchers, cowboys and mountain men, Native Americans, residents of dying small towns, city dwellers who have survived cycles of boom and bust. From the Gateway Arch in St. Louis to the Oregon coast, readers will be treated to a landscape as variously impressive as its people. Dayton Duncan has been a reporter, humor columnist, editorial writer, chief of staff to a governor, and deputy press secretary for presidential campaigns. Born and raised in a small town in Iowa, he now makes his home in Walpole, New Hampshire. His books include Miles from Nowhere: Tales from America's Contemporary Frontier, also available in a Bison Books edition. "A marvelous and funny book."—New York Times Book Review "An entertaining series of road adventures, paved with gems of history and lined with majestic conclusions about the development of the West."—Boston Globe "A smoothly written combination of history and humor, sociological insights and serendipitous pleasures."—Kirkus Review "An offbeat story that successfully combines history, travel, and personal adventure."—Publishers Weekly "Armchair adventure with history as a bonus."—New Yorker 
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111 DUNLAY, THOMAS W. Kit Carson And The Indians.
University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln: 2005. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
Often portrayed by past historians as the greatest guide and Indian fighter in the West, Kit Carson (1809-68) has become in recent years a historical pariah—a brutal murderer who betrayed the Navajos, an unwitting dupe of American expansion, and a racist. Many historians now question both his reputation and his place in the pantheon of American heroes. In Kit Carson and the Indians, Tom Dunlay urges us to reconsider Carson yet again. To Dunlay, Carson was simply a man of the nineteenth century whose racial views and actions were much like those of his contemporaries. Tom Dunlay (1944-2003) was a freelance writer and historian, and the author of Wolves for the Blue Soldiers: Indian Scouts and Auxiliaries with the United States Army, 1860-90 (Nebraska 1982). "Dunlay succeeds in presenting a man who spent much of his life and efforts solving the problems of both Native Americans and the white settlers, a man who can be criticized and lauded but who clearly contributed to what America has become."—Publishers Weekly "Almost every paragraph bristles with thoughtful analyses achieved by studying primary source materials and Carson's earlier biographers. . . . Dunlay achieves his goal of providing a balanced account of the life of Kit Carson, not the mythic frontier hero he was so often portrayed to be for more than a century, nor the brutal racist who perpetrated genocide on the Navajos and other Indians as he has been portrayed the last three decades."—Western Historical Quarterly "A valuable contribution to our knowledge of one of the West's more colorful historical figures."—Booklist "Though Carson has been portrayed both as a great guide and an Indian guide—as well as a brutal murderer who betrayed the Navajos—the author of this book asks readers to further reconsider this historical figure."—David Steinberg, Sunday Journal 2001 Gaspar Prez de Villagra Award, sponsored by The Historical Society of New Mexico, winner 2000 Co-Founders "Best Book" Award, sponsored by the Westerners International, winner 
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112 DUNLAY, THOMAS W. Kit Carson And The Indians.
University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln: 2005. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
Often portrayed by past historians as the greatest guide and Indian fighter in the West, Kit Carson (1809-68) has become in recent years a historical pariah—a brutal murderer who betrayed the Navajos, an unwitting dupe of American expansion, and a racist. Many historians now question both his reputation and his place in the pantheon of American heroes. In Kit Carson and the Indians, Tom Dunlay urges us to reconsider Carson yet again. To Dunlay, Carson was simply a man of the nineteenth century whose racial views and actions were much like those of his contemporaries. Tom Dunlay (1944-2003) was a freelance writer and historian, and the author of Wolves for the Blue Soldiers: Indian Scouts and Auxiliaries with the United States Army, 1860-90 (Nebraska 1982). "Dunlay succeeds in presenting a man who spent much of his life and efforts solving the problems of both Native Americans and the white settlers, a man who can be criticized and lauded but who clearly contributed to what America has become."—Publishers Weekly "Almost every paragraph bristles with thoughtful analyses achieved by studying primary source materials and Carson's earlier biographers. . . . Dunlay achieves his goal of providing a balanced account of the life of Kit Carson, not the mythic frontier hero he was so often portrayed to be for more than a century, nor the brutal racist who perpetrated genocide on the Navajos and other Indians as he has been portrayed the last three decades."—Western Historical Quarterly "A valuable contribution to our knowledge of one of the West's more colorful historical figures."—Booklist "Though Carson has been portrayed both as a great guide and an Indian guide—as well as a brutal murderer who betrayed the Navajos—the author of this book asks readers to further reconsider this historical figure."—David Steinberg, Sunday Journal 2001 Gaspar Prez de Villagra Award, sponsored by The Historical Society of New Mexico, winner 2000 Co-Founders "Best Book" Award, sponsored by the Westerners International, winner 
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113 DWORKIN, MARK J. American Mythmaker: Walter Noble Burns And The Legends Of Billy The Kid, Wyatt Earp, And Joaquin Murrieta.
University of Oklahoma Press, Norman: 2015. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
Billy the Kid, Wyatt Earp, and Joaquin Murrieta are fixed in the American imagination as towering legends of the Old West. But that has not always been the case. There was a time when these men were largely forgotten relics of a bygone era. Then, in the early twentieth century, an obscure Chicago newspaperman changed all that. Walter Noble Burns (1872-1932) served with the First Kentucky Infantry during the Spanish-American War and covered General John J. Pershing's pursuit of Pancho Villa in Mexico as a correspondent for the Chicago Tribune. However history-making these forays may seem, they were only the beginning. In the last six years of his life, Burns wrote three books that propelled New Mexico outlaw Billy the Kid, Tombstone marshal Wyatt Earp, and California bandit Joaquin Murrieta into the realm of legend. Despite Burns's remarkable command of his subjects—based on exhaustive research and interviews—he has been largely ignored by scholars because of the popular, even occasionally fictional, approach he employed. In American Mythmaker, the first literary biography of Burns, Mark J. Dworkin brings Burns out of the shadows. Through careful analysis of The Saga of Billy the Kid (1926), Tombstone, An Iliad of the Southwest (1927), and The Robin Hood of Eldorado: The Saga of Joaquin Murrieta (1932) and their reception, Dworkin shows how Burns used his journalistic training to introduce the history of the American West to his era's general readership. In the process, Burns made his subjects household names. Are Burns's books fact or fiction? Was he a historian or a novelist? Dworkin considers these questions as he uncovers the story behind Burns's mythmaking works. A long-overdue biography of a writer who shaped our idea of western history, American Mythmaker documents in fascinating detail the fashioning of some of the greatest American legends. Mark J. Dworkin (1946-2012) is the author of Mayas, Aztecs, and Incas: Mysteries of Ancient Civilizations of Central and South America and numerous articles, including several on Walter Noble Burns. "American Mythmaker is a book for the ages, an important and much-needed roadmap to that place where, because of Walter Noble Burns, western history and storytelling met in an indelible way. It's a tribute to author and historian Mark J. Dworkin that we learn how and why the legends we love to believe were crafted, without our losing any sense of their addictive frontier magic."—Jeff Guinn, author of The Last Gunfight: The Real Story of the Shootout at the O.K. Corral—And How It Changed the American West 
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114 DYKSTRA, ROBERT R. & JO ANN MANFRA. Dodge City And The Birth Of The Wild West.
University Press of Kansas, Lawrence: 2017. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
Raised on Gunsmoke, Bat Masterson, and The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, we know what it means to "get outta Dodge"—to make a hasty escape from a dangerous place, like the Dodge City of Wild West lore. But why, of all the notorious, violent cities of old, did Dodge win this distinction? And what does this tenacious cultural metaphor have to do with the real Dodge City? In a book as much about the making of cultural myths as it is about Dodge City itself, authors Robert Dykstra and Jo Ann Manfra take us back into the history of Dodge to trace the growth of the city and its legend side-by-side. An exploration of murder statistics, court cases, and contemporary accounts reveals the historical Dodge to be neither as violent nor as lawless as legend has it—but every bit as intriguing. In a style that captures the charm and chicanery of storytelling in the Old West, Dodge City and the Birth of the Wild West finds a culprit in a local attorney, Harry Gryden, who fed sensational accounts to the national media during the so-called "Dodge City War" of 1883. Once launched, the legend leads the authors through the cultural landscape of twentieth-century America, as Dodge City became a useful metaphor in more and more television series and movies. Meanwhile, back in the actual Dodge, struggling on a lost frontier, a mirror image of the mythical city began to emerge, as residents increasingly embraced tourism as an economic necessity. "History buffs and proud Kansans alike will enjoy the compelling, well-written words of Dykstra and Manfra as they share the legends, myths and realities of Dodge City and the Old West."—Wichita Eagle "Dykstra and Manfra furnish a top drawer study of the history, legends, and memories of Dodge City, Kansas. Their well-written book provides a model for similar examinations of other Wild West towns. Superb work."—Richard W. Etulain, author of The Life and Legends of Calamity Jane 
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115 DYKSTRA, ROBERT R. & JO ANN MANFRA. Dodge City And The Birth Of The Wild West.
University Press of Kansas, Lawrence: 2017. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
Raised on Gunsmoke, Bat Masterson, and The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, we know what it means to "get outta Dodge"—to make a hasty escape from a dangerous place, like the Dodge City of Wild West lore. But why, of all the notorious, violent cities of old, did Dodge win this distinction? And what does this tenacious cultural metaphor have to do with the real Dodge City? In a book as much about the making of cultural myths as it is about Dodge City itself, authors Robert Dykstra and Jo Ann Manfra take us back into the history of Dodge to trace the growth of the city and its legend side-by-side. An exploration of murder statistics, court cases, and contemporary accounts reveals the historical Dodge to be neither as violent nor as lawless as legend has it—but every bit as intriguing. In a style that captures the charm and chicanery of storytelling in the Old West, Dodge City and the Birth of the Wild West finds a culprit in a local attorney, Harry Gryden, who fed sensational accounts to the national media during the so-called "Dodge City War" of 1883. Once launched, the legend leads the authors through the cultural landscape of twentieth-century America, as Dodge City became a useful metaphor in more and more television series and movies. Meanwhile, back in the actual Dodge, struggling on a lost frontier, a mirror image of the mythical city began to emerge, as residents increasingly embraced tourism as an economic necessity. "History buffs and proud Kansans alike will enjoy the compelling, well-written words of Dykstra and Manfra as they share the legends, myths and realities of Dodge City and the Old West."—Wichita Eagle "Dykstra and Manfra furnish a top drawer study of the history, legends, and memories of Dodge City, Kansas. Their well-written book provides a model for similar examinations of other Wild West towns. Superb work."—Richard W. Etulain, author of The Life and Legends of Calamity Jane 
Price: 47.50 USD
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116 EDITORS OF AMERICAN HERITAGE & LAVENDER, DAVID (AUTHOR). The American Heritage History Of The Great West.
American Heritage Press, New York: 1965. First Edition (Unstated). h Hardcover with dustjacket. Poor condition. 
This is the story of America's westward movement, the story of the men and women of all races and different origins and beliefs who helped shape the character of the United States. Includes an Index. 
Price: 15.15 USD
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117 EDITORS OF TIME-LIFE BOOKS WITH TEXT BY JOHNSON, WILLIAM WEBER. The Forty-niners.
Time-Life Books, New York: 1975. Reprint Edition. The Old West Series. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Very good condition. 
It lasted barely a decade. But the California gold rush was a grand, gaudy adventure for a generation of brash young men, most of them citizens of a brash young nation. They took their name - the forty-niners - from the year the rush began. Here is a highly illustrated account of that colorful period. 
Price: 9.64 USD
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118 EDITORS OF TIME-LIFE BOOKS WITH TEXT BY BENJAMIN CAPPS. The Great Chiefs.
Time-Life Books, New York: 1975. The Old West Series. h Hardcover, no dustjacket. Very good condition. 
Along with a highly illustrated text, here are the biographies of some of the best known nineteenth century Chiefs among the American Indians. Includes an Index. 
Price: 9.31 USD
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119 EDITORS OF TIME-LIFE BOOKS WITH TEXT BY BENJAMIN CAPPS. The Great Chiefs.
Time-Life Books, New York: 1975. The Old West Series. h Hardcover, no dustjacket. Very good condition. 
Along with a highly illustrated text, here are the biographies of some of the best known nineteenth century Chiefs among the American Indians. Includes an Index. 
Price: 13.59 USD
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120 EDITORS OF TIME-LIFE BOOKS WITH TEXT BY HORN, HUSTON. The Pioneers.
Time-Life Books, New York: 1975. Reprint Edition. h Hardcover, no dustjacket. Very Good condition. 
Here is the highly illustrated story of those who trekked West in the mid-nineteenth century. They braved the wilderness because they did not know its hazards. Includes an Index. 
Price: 9.98 USD
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