Trailing Geronimo Some Hitherto Unrecorded Incidents Bearing Upon the Outbreak of the White Mountain Apaches and Geronimo's Band in Arizona, 1881-1886 The Experiences of a Private Soldier in the Ranks, Chief of Pack-Train Service, and Scout at Fort Grant,

By: Mazzanovich, Anton

Price: $95.00

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Book Condition: Very Good+


Also with New Mexico Rangers. 77 pages, color frontis, illustrations, photos, slight lean and minor wear, owner stamp and bookplate, inscribed by author. Edited by E. A. Brinninstool Foreword by Chas. B. Gatewood Major, retired. Gatewood, Carr, Bourke, Crawford, Crook, and the capture of Geronimo. Rader 2372, Six-Guns 1470, "Mentions the Earps, Doc Holliday, and the Clantons." Herd 1464, "Some stories about cowboys around Willcox, Arizona."

Title: Trailing Geronimo Some Hitherto Unrecorded Incidents Bearing Upon the Outbreak of the White Mountain Apaches and Geronimo's Band in Arizona, 1881-1886 The Experiences of a Private Soldier in the Ranks, Chief of Pack-Train Service, and Scout at Fort Grant,

Author Name: Mazzanovich, Anton

Categories: Cowboys, The West, Native Americans,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Los Angeles, Gem Publishing Company: 1926

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good+

Type: Book

Seller ID: 015730

Keywords: Gatewood, Carr, Bourke, Crawford, Crook, Geronimo, Indian Wars, Apaches, Indians, Arizona, cowboys, cattle, ranching