Pioneer Days In Arizona From the Spanish Occupation to Statehood

By: Lockwood, Frank C.

Price: $275.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Near Fine

Original blue cloth, 387 pages, frontis, illustrations, minor wear to jacket, slight edge wear to cover, inscribed, "To William MacLeod Raine with kindest regards R. W. Aldrich Captain Texas Rangers Austin Jan 17 1938." Aldrich served with the Rangers from 1915 to 1947. Traded horses with the Cherokee Indians in the late 1800s among other things, and was a Ranger who spanned the age of horseback to autos. Mark Aldrich, Roy's grandfather is mentioned in the book as being a prominent citizen, 1855, first American to open a store in Tucson, first postmaster and was a member of the First Territorial Legislature. William Raine a noted British born American novelist grew up near the Texas-Arkansas border and wrote several books on the West. Nice association copy! Tombstone, Wyatt Earp, Clantons, fur trade, early exploration, Apache Wars, etc. Howes L417, Herd 1343, Six-Guns 1351, "Contains considerable material on Arizona outlaws."

Title: Pioneer Days In Arizona From the Spanish Occupation to Statehood

Author Name: Lockwood, Frank C.

Categories: Gunmen, Cowboys, The West,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: N.Y., The MacMillan CO.: 1932

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: Very Good+

Type: Book

Seller ID: 015002

Keywords: Tombstone, Apaches, Wyatt Earp, Clantons, Johnny Ringo, outlaws, lawmen, gunmen, cowboys, Arizona