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In Buffalo Country, Brewerton, George D.
1 In Buffalo CountryBrewerton, George D.
Very Good +(plus), Lewis Osborne, 1970, Special Limited Edition 39 out of 1400

Lewis Osborne, Ashland, 1970, Special Limited Edition, 39 out of 1400, white plain paper dust jacket, light soiling, light rubbing along edges, two small holes in front fore-edge, light brown boards, gold illustration on front, gold lettering along spine, boards clean, very slight bow, tight binding, no bumping, 71 numbered pages, Colophon at end of book indicating that all the illustrations are believed to have been drawn by the author, engraved on wood by Richardson & Cox for the original printing by Harper's, front illustrated paste-down and free end-paper entitled...."A Portion of the General Map showing countries explored by the United States & Mexican Boundary Commission in the years 1850,51,52 & 53", rear paste-down and free end-paper of drawing entitled.."The Prairie Ocean", introduction by David Lavender, numerous drawings through-out, pages clean, no writing or marks, light age tanning and soiling on front and rear paste-downs and free end-papers, large 8vo (10 3/4" tall).

Price: 35.00 USD
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Letters Of A Woman Homesteader, Elinore Pruitt Stewart
2 Letters Of A Woman HomesteaderElinore Pruitt Stewart
Good +(plus), 1964, 

Elinore Pruitt Stewart. Letters Of A Woman Homesteader. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1964. Second Bison Book Printing (stated). soft covers, light soiling and edge wear, 282 pages includes Introduction by Jessamyn West, this is a story about Elinore Rupert, the writer of the letters who as a young woman lost her husband, accepted employment as a housekeeper for a Scotch cattleman, Mr. Stuart later becoming his wife, the letters written to Juliet Coney, her former employer in Denver, make up a collection of stories based on the Elinore's life or some incident in the life of a neighbor, very engaging and interesting look back on life as a homesteader in he early years of the 20th Century, pages clean, no writing or marks, light age tanning, this book is a reproduction from the edition published in May 1914 by Houghton Mifflin Co., Good +. Paperback.

Price: 10.00 USD
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Rocky Mountain Warden, Frank Calkins
3 Rocky Mountain WardenFrank Calkins
near fine, Alfred A. Knopf, 1970, First Edition (stated)

Rocky Mountain Warden, Frank Calkins, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1970, First Edition (stated), dust jacket has protective covering, very light edge rubbing, not price clipped ($6.95 listed on jacket flap), brown/orange boards embossed emblem on front, gold lettering along spine, boards clean, light bumping and rubbing along edges, orange stippled top edge, 266 pages, jacket front states..."From innocent rookie to canny veteran--the education of a game warden among the wild creatures (poachers and others) in one of the most rugged corners of the wilderness West"... , an engaging, informative and fun read with 10 Chapters, illustrations at beginning of each chapter, text pages clean, small soil mark on front free end-paper, dust jacket and book in near fine condition

Price: 12.00 USD
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Where The Buffalo Roam The Storm Over The revolutionary Plan To Restore America's Great Plains, Matthews, Anne
4 Where The Buffalo Roam The Storm Over The revolutionary Plan To Restore America's Great PlainsMatthews, Anne
Fine, grove Weidenfeld, 1992, First Edition

Matthews, Anne. Where The Buffalo Roam The Storm Over The Revolutionary Plan To Restore America's Great Plains. New York: Grove Weidenfeld, 1992. First edition stated with complete number line. ISBN: 0802114083. illustrated dust jacket protected with mylar covering, clean in Fine/As New Condition, not price clipped ($19.95 listed on jacket flap), gray boards, black cloth spine with gold lettering, boards clean, straight, tight binding, 193 pages includes Preface; I. A Buffalo Commons: The Great Plains; II. The Ghost Dancers: The Central Plains, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado; III. No Man's Land: The Southern Plains: Oklahoma and Texas; IV. Where The Buffalo Roam: The Northern Plains: Montana and Wyoming: Afterword, pages crisp, clean, no writing or marks, interesting overview of the dilemmas of the great Plains, well written and researched, frontispiece of map of the "Buffalo Commons", 8vo (8.5" tall). Fine/AS New in fine dust-jacket. Hardcover

Price: 12.00 USD
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