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1 Stillman, J. D. B. Tyler, Ron Wandering In The Southwest In 1855 by J. D. B. Stillman
Spokane Washington Arthur H. Clark Company 1990 0870621920 / 9780870621925 First Edition Hardcover As New Book 
193 pages, frontis, fold-out map, illustrations, limited to 750 copies. Western Frontiersmen Series XXIII. Stillman traveled alone by horse through Anaqua, Goliad and Helena in 1855. Stillman ventured west as far as the Pecos River in the company of an army wagon train along the newly-opened road from San Antonio to El Paso. He penetrated unsettled areas, risking Indian attack to see first-hand the "wilds" of Texas. 
Price: 28.00 USD
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2 Stillman, J. D. B. Tyler, Ron Wandering In The Southwest In 1855 by J. D. B. Stillman
Spokane Washington Arthur H. Clark Company 1990 0870621920 / 9780870621925 First Edition Hardcover As New Book 
193 pages, frontis, fold-out map, illustrations, SIGNED by the editor, limited to 750 copies. Western Frontiersmen Series XXIII. Stillman traveled alone by horse through Anaqua, Goliad and Helena in 1855. Stillman ventured west as far as the Pecos River in the company of an army wagon train along the newly-opened road from San Antonio to El Paso. He penetrated unsettled areas, risking Indian attack to see first-hand the "wilds" of Texas. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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3 Stillman, J. D. B. Tyler, Ron Wandering In The Southwest In 1855 by J. D. B. Stillman
Spokane Washington Arthur H. Clark Company 1990 0870621920 / 9780870621925 First Edition Hardcover New Book 
193 pages, frontis, fold-out map, illustrations, limited to 750 copies, in original shrink wrap. Western Frontiersmen Series XXIII. Stillman traveled alone by horse through Anaqua, Goliad and Helena in 1855. Stillman ventured west as far as the Pecos River in the company of an army wagon train along the newly-opened road from San Antonio to El Paso. He penetrated unsettled areas, risking Indian attack to see first-hand the "wilds" of Texas. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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