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Alaska Bear Tales, Larry Kaniut
1 Alaska Bear TalesLarry Kaniut
fine, Alaska Northwest Books, 1991, Eleventh printing

Alaska Bear Tales, Larry Kaniut, Alaska Northwest Books, 1991, Eleventh printing, soft covers clean, very light edge rubbing, 317 pages, contents include Introduction, 21 stories, Bibliography and Index, this is a fun read of a collection of over 200 real-life accounts, pages clean, book in near fine condition

Price: 7.00 USD
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Belong to the West, Paddock, Eric
2 Belong to the WestPaddock, Eric
Fine, The John Hopkins University Press, 1996, First Edition

Paddock, Eric. Belonging to the West. Baltimore: The John Hopkins University Press, 1996. First edition (no other pub date listed on CP). soft covers clean, cover photograph of Nee Noshe Reservoir, Kiowa County, Colorado, 109 pages includes 67 full-color photographs by the author which offers a view of his own West--the landscape of Colorado, pages crisp, clean, beautiful book in Fine/As New Condition, this is part of the Creating the North American Landscape Series, Gregory Conniff, Bonnie Lloyd, Edward K. Muller, and David Schuyler, Consulting Editors, Published in cooperation with the Center for American Places, Harrisonburg, Virginia, 10 1/4 x 8 1/2. Fine/As New. Paperback.

Price: 16.00 USD
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Campaigning With Custer 1868-69 and the Nineteenth Kansas Volunteer Cavalry on the Washita Campaign, 1868-'69, David L. Spotts (Edited and Arranged for Publication by E.A. Brininstool)
3 Campaigning With Custer 1868-69 and the Nineteenth Kansas Volunteer Cavalry on the Washita Campaign, 1868-'69David L. Spotts (Edited and Arranged for Publication by E.A. Brininstool)
near fine, University of Nebraska Press, 1988, First Bison Book Edition, 1st Printing (complete number line)

Campaigning With Custer 1868-69, and the Nineteenth Kansas Volunteer Cavalry on the Washita Campaign, 1868-'69, David L. Spotts (Edited and Arranged for Publication by E.A. Brininstool), University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, 1988, First Bison Book Edition (complete number line), 1st Printing, soft cover clean, light edge rubbing, 215 pages, Contents include Introduction; Roster 19th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry; Preface; Diary; No Man's Land Of The Border; Sketch Of The Life Of Mrs. Anna Belle Morgan; Sketch Of The Life Of Sarah C. White, Frontispiece of photo of D.L. Spotts AT Time Of Enlistment, List Of Illustrations, this book is reprinted form the 1928 edition published by the Wetzel Publishing Company, pages crisp and clean, book in near fine condition

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Campaigns of General Custer In The North-West And The Final Surrender Of Sitting Bull, Judson Elliott Walker
4 Campaigns of General Custer In The North-West And The Final Surrender Of Sitting BullJudson Elliott Walker
very good, University Microfilms Inc., 1966, First Published 1881, Reprinted from a copy in the collection of The New York Public Library

Campaigns of General Custer In The North-West And The Final Surrender Of Sitting Bull, Judson Elliott Walker, University Microfilms Inc., New York, 1966, First Published 1881, Reprinted from a copy in the collection of The New York Public Library, no dust jacket, dark red boards, blue cloth spine with silver lettering, illustration on front board, boards show light edge rubbing, light bumping, 135 pages, frontispiece of illustration of author, contents include Introduction; Section I. General Van Couvnor; Section II. Custer's Last Battle against Sitting Bull; Appendix To The Preceding Section; Section III. Surrender Of Crow King; Section V. Custer's Last Rally; Retrospective, List of Illustrations, pages crisp and clean, book in very good condition

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Cheyenne Memories, John Stands In Timber and Margot Liberty
5 Cheyenne MemoriesJohn Stands In Timber and Margot Liberty
fine, University of Nebraska, 1972, First Bison Book Printing February, 1972 (10th Printing)

Cheyenne Memories, John Stands, In Timber and Margot Liberty, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 1972, First Bison Book Printing February, 1972 (10th Printing), soft covers, clean in fine/as new condition, 330 pages includes Acknowledgments; List of (27) Illustrations and 2 Maps by Dorothy de Fontaine, fold-out entitled "Indians Hunting Buffalo by Howling Wolf of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, Fort Marion, 1876, 18 Chapters; Genealogy of John Stands In Timber; Bibliography and Index, pages crisp and clean, book in fine/as new condition

Price: 12.00 USD
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Custer The Life of General George Armstrong Custer, Jay Monaghan
6 Custer The Life of General George Armstrong CusterJay Monaghan
good +, University Of Nebraska Press, 1971, First Bison Book Edition, 4th Printing

Custer The Life of General George Armstrong Custer, Jay Monaghan, University Of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, 1971, First Bison Book Edition, 4th Printing, soft covers show light soiling, edge rubbing, light soiling along page edges, 469 pages, contents include 28 Chapters, Notes, Sources, Acknowledgments and Index, double page map showing "Eastern Virginia" in front; double page map showing "Sioux Country" located in back of book, numerous illustrations, historic photos, pages clean, no writing or marks, book in good + condition

Price: 15.00 USD
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For Big Buck Only, Murray, Jeff
7 For Big Buck OnlyMurray, Jeff
Near Fine, North American Hunting Club, 1989, 

North American Hunting Club, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1989, Hunter's Information Series, brown boards, gold title lettering and emblem of the North American Hunting Club on front, gold lettering along spine, boards show slight soiling on front, clean on back, straight, tight binding, 216 pages includes Index, 18 chapters, last chapter is a Big Buck Photo Gallery, numerous other photos throughout the book, pages crisp, clean, in fine/as new condition, 8vo (9 1/4" tall).

Price: 8.00 USD
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Foxfire 2, Eliot Wigginton (editor)
8 Foxfire 2Eliot Wigginton (editor)
very good, Anchor Books/Doubleday, 1973, 

Foxfire 2, ghost stories, spring wild plant foods, spinning and weaving, midwifing, burial customs, corn shuckin's wagon making and more affairs of plain living, Wigginton, Eliot (editor), 1973, Anchor Books/Doubleday, Garden City, soft covers show light soiling, edge rubbing, straight, tight binding, 410 pages, text pages crisp, clean, no writing or marks, 6 x 9, book in very good condition

Price: 12.00 USD
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Gold, Gals, Guns, Guts: A History of Deadwood, Lead, and Spearfish, 1874-1976
9 Gold, Gals, Guns, Guts: A History of Deadwood, Lead, and Spearfish, 1874-1976
Fine, South Dakota State Historical Society Press, 2004, 

0971517185 Bob Lee (editor). Gold Gals Guns Guts A History Of Deadwood, Lead, & Spearfish 1874-1976. Pierre: South Dakota State Historical Society Press, 2004. ISBN: 0971517185. soft covers like new, 259 pages includes New Introduction by Bob Lee, Bibliography and Index, interior pages crisp, clean, three very small soil spots on closed fore-edge, back cover states....'Beginning with the gold rush of 1876, the northern Black Hills became home to an assortment of prospectors, entrepreneurs, gamblers, and criminals. Gold brought them to the area. Gals, many of them prostitutes, followed the miners. Guns often ruled in the rough-and-tumble communities where it took guts to succeed"...interesting read with many historic photographs, 8 1/2 x 10, Near Fine. Paperback.

Price: 30.00 USD
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If at First, Smith, J.
10 If at FirstSmith, J.
As New, Iuniverse Inc; Writers Club Press, 2001, 

Writers Club Press, San Jose, New York, 2001, an imprint of i Universe.com, Inc., 231 pages; 8vo 9"" tall, Softcover, As New Condition, Signed by Author This is the 2nd in the Brad Hasting series by author Jane Burnett Smith who was raised on a cattle ranch in Montana, rode saddle-broncs professionally in rodeos, worked in western movies, and dealt blackjack in Nevada. Very good read about the rodeo and the ""western"" way of life. Excerpt from back cover: Brad Hastings. a former rodeo cowboy, is on leave from his job as deputy sheriff in Los Gatos, New Mexico. He is traveling with his father Doug, in an attempt to convince him to quit rodeoing and return to their ranch in New Mexico. Two inept wannabe gangsters, the Stokes brothers, have been stalking them because of their mistaken belief that the Hastings have in their possession some stolen bonds the Stokes want to recover. to add to their anxiety, they also believe Brad as seen them commit a murder. The Stokes' intelligence level and ability to follow through on any of their plots, such as killing both of the Hastings, is about two notches below that of Westlakes' Dortmunder, and they are so inept that the Hastings are unaware of their schemes until Doug is actually kidnapped. Contact Info: dakotaliterature@gmail.com"

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