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(Committee To Examine Into The Condition Of The Sioux And Crow Indians) As contained In The Senate Of The United States March 7, 1884, 48th Congress 1st Session Senate Report NO. 283.

By: (Dawes)

Price: $250.00

Publisher: Washington, Government Printing Office, 1884

Edition: First Edition


404 pages, extracted and bound in cloth, 2 folding maps. Account of another attempt to reduce the Indian's land. Included are the testimonies of several Indian agents, and famous Indian Chiefs such as Sitting Bull, Red Cloud, Gall and others, General Terry submitted a 2 page letter with his recommendations. Great research material! View more info

50 Years in the Saddle

By: Ricketts, W. P.

Price: $1,225.00

Publisher: Sheridan Wyoming, Starr Publishing Company, 1942

Edition: First Edition


198 pages, frontis, map, photos, very slight lightening to spine. Cowboy life, ranching, Indian raids, Fort Fetterman, cattle thieves, Yellowstone National Park, Johnson County War, Wyoming, Texas, Hole-in-the-Wall Gang, etc. Graff 3500, Howes R275, Herd 1893, Six-Guns 1851, "The first complete book written about this noted character." View more info

A Brief History of Bandera County Covering One Hundred Years of Intrepid History

By: Hunter, Marvin J.

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Baird, Texas, The Baird Star, 1949


Original wraps, 76 pages, signed by the author. From cover, "With Sketches of Early Settlers, Indian Depredations, and Pioneer Achievement, Covering a Period of One Hundred Years." Contains added material since his 1922 edition. View more info

A Centennial History of Anderson County Texas Showing the Development of This Important County in the Great State of Texas From Those Days of Ox-drawn Transportation to the Progressive Present, With its Railroads, Automobiles and Airplanes, Also Giving Bi

By: Hohes, Pauline Buck

Price: $475.00

Publisher: San Antonio, The Naylor Company, 1936

Edition: First Edition


563 pages, frontis, illustrations, slight wear to jacket. Rare book, especially rare in jacket! Has a section on the massacre of Parker's Fort, and Cynthia Ann Parker. View more info

A Creek Warrior for the Confederacy The Autobiography of Chief G. W. Grayson Edited and With an Introduction by W. David Baird

By: Grayson, G. W., David Baird

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1988

Edition: First Edition


181 pages, maps, illustrations, REVIEW copy with card and announcement for book laid in. Grayson and his fellow Creeks were attached to the Confederate Army in Indian Territory during the Civil War. View more info

A Dose Of Frontier Soldiering The Memoirs of Corporal E. A. Bode Frontier Regular Infantry 1877-1882

By: Smith, Thomas T. E. A. Bode

Price: $18.00

Publisher: Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press, 1994

Edition: First Edition


237 pages, maps, illustrations. Bode was a German immigrant who enlisted in 1877 and served for five years. His first person accounts give a rare look at frontier life from the ordinary soldier perspective. Buffalo slaughter, Cowboys, and cattle towns. View more info

A Frontier Army Surgeon An Authentic Description of Colorado in the Eighties

By: Byrne, Bernard J.

Price: $325.00

Publisher: Cranford N.J, Allen Printing Co., 1935

Edition: First Edition


160 pages, frontis, slight edge wear, typed biography attached on one of the blank end-papers, INSCRIBED by the author's daughter, SIGNED by the author's wife, LIMITED edition, 1 of 130 numbered copies, Byrne met Custer, his brother Tom, and wife Elizabeth in Memphis and spent a short time with them, about a page of information on the encounter. Rare, Howes B1078 View more info

A Guide to the Indian Wars of the West

By: McDermott, John D.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press, 1998

Edition: First Edition


205 pages, illustrations, maps. 1860 - 1890, covers the battlefields, museums and tourist attractions, along with details on the battles. Adobe Walls, Custer, Little Big Horn, Beecher Island, Sand Creek, Washita, Wounded Knee, etc. View more info

A History of the Medical Department of the United States Army

By: Ashburn, P. M. Colonel

Price: $225.00

Publisher: Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1929

Edition: First Edition


448 pages, maps, illustrations, bookplate. The author served in the West in the 1870-80s, with Mackenzie, Crook, and was stationed with various units and traveled many places, (Camp Supply, Dodge City, Arizona, Montana, Texas Fort Concho, Fort Richardson etc. Short mention of Custer and the Little Big Horn. Also covers the Spanish American War, WWI and up to the 1920s. View more info

A History of the Twenty-Second United States Infantry Compiled From Official Records Organization to 1885

By: Smith, O. M., R. L. Hamilton, W. H. Wassell

Price: $375.00

Publisher: Manila, E. C. McCullough & Co., 1904


ND (1904) 169 pages, fold-out maps, illustrations, preface SIGNED by Hamilton. Wear to edges and discoloration to rear board, first 2 pages have damage to lower corner but no text affected, overall a good solid copy. Has chapter s on the Yellowstone Expedition under Stanley's command which Custer and the 7th Cavalry participated, and the unit's participation in the Sioux Campaign shortly after Custer's defeat. View more info

A Living Issue by the Author of Our Wild Indians

By: Dodge, Richard I.

Price: $1,500.00

Publisher: Washington, Francis B. Mohun, 1882

Edition: First Thus


Original wraps housed in a protective case, 37 pages, browning and chipping to edges of covers and the first few pages not near text. Rader 1171, Howes D 402, "Portions of Our Wild Indians deemed by its publishers too impolitic to feed the public." Rare! View more info

A Narrative Of Military Service

By: Hazen, W. B. General

Price: $375.00

Publisher: Boston, Ticknor And Company, 1885

Edition: First Edition


450 pages, illustrations, frontis, minor exterior wear, bookplate, rear hinge starting, period owner signature (Assistant Surgeon 23rd Kentucky Volunteers Inf.). The author's experiences during the Civil War, and service in the Indian Wars (prior to the Civil War.) Shiloh, Chattanooga, Atlanta Campaign, pursuit of Hood, march to the sea, etc. View more info

A Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Mary Jemison...

By: Seaver, James

Price: $85.00

Publisher: N.Y., Random House, 1929


TITLE CONTINUED.. Who was taken by the Indians, in the year 1755, when only about twelve years of age, and has continued to reside amonst them to the present time. Containing An Account of the murder of her father and his family, her sufferings, her marriage to two Indians, her troubles with her children, barbarities of the Indians in the French and Revolutionary Wars, the life of her last husband, and many historical facts never before published. To Which Is Added. AN A... View more info

A NARRATIVE OF THE SUFFERINGS OF MASSY HARBISON FROM INDIAN BARBARITY GIVING AN ACCOUNT OF HER CAPTIVITY, THE MURDER OF HER TWO CHILDREN, HER ESCAPE WITH AN INFANT AT HER BREAST; TOGETHER WITH SOME ACCOUNT OF THE CRUELTIES OF THE INDIANS ON THE....

By: Harbison, Massy

Price: $450.00

Publisher: Pittsburg, D. and M. Maclean, 1828


TITLE CONTINUED...ALLEGHENY RIVER, ETC., DURING THE YEARS 1790, 91, 92, 93, 94. Communicated By Herself. . 98pgs, original cloth, with minor wear, binding tight & solid, 4 pages have been photographically reproduced and attached (appears to have been done many years ago), old water marks to first half of book, text very legible , a rare item. Important narrative on the Ohio-Pennsylvania frontier, with account of St. Clair's defeat. Howes H179aa, Graff 1775 View more info