Norman, University of Oklahoma Press: 1934
Edition: First Thus
Seller ID: 016430
Condition: Near Fine
155 pages, frontis, illustrations, minor edge wear to jacket, owner name. Seger was the founder of Colony Oklahoma and the Model Indian Industrial School. His memoirs were presented to the University of Oklahoma and were edited by Vestal and published in 1923. This is the first printing in book form. Many believe Vestal wrote most of the material. Vestal grew up in Arapahoe country and was a friend to Seger. Vestal's first work. Contains an appendix with the traditions of the Cheyenne Indians. Rader 2904 View More...
Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press: 1964
Seller ID: 1710
Binding: Stiff Wraps
Condition: Very Good -
368pgs, map, The Missouri "Highway to the West", Custer, Outlaws, Lewis and Clark, Indians, mountain men, cavalry, civil war, Indian wars, Contains some material on Jesse James and the other Missouri Outlaws. Six Guns 2268, Luther "Non-High Spot" View More...
314 pages. Map endpapers, un-clipped jacket very clean, however a little over 1/4 inch has been trimmed from the top and bottom edges, no lettering effected, rare in jacket! Bent's Fort, The Warpath, Fandango, Kit Carson, Fur Trade, Indian Battles, etc. View More...
66 pages, very nice copy in unclipped jacket, very slight fade to jacket spine, front and rear flyleaf has some rust spots, inscribed by author. Kit Carson, Beecher Island, Santa Fe Trail, Indians, etc. View More...