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Guilford, Conn. Twodot, 2004. 1st Edition. Paperback. Stories of 12 women and their lives on the frontier. Most significant one is arguably Elizabeth Bacon Custer, widow of Gen. George Custer. 11061.More
Aurora, CO: Privately Printed, 1990. First edition thus. Cloth. Copy No. 422 of limited edition of 500. 1st reprinting of all 51 narratives of historic events and people that shaped the western frontier. 5117 DW.More
Tucson: Tucson Corral of Westerners, 1971. First edition. Hardcover. Contains issues 11-20 of the Smoke Signal published between 1965-1969. Includes articles on Fort Bowie; Generals George Crook and Nelson Miles in Arizona; journalism in pre-territorial Arizona; and the Pony Express. 8407.More
Tucson: Tucson Corral of Westerners, 1976. First edition. Cloth. Includes article on history of Fort Huachuca as well as several Apache-related. Contains issues 21-30 of the Smoke Signal published between 1970-1974. 8404.More
Chicago: Canterbury Press, 1929. 1st edition. Hardcover. Covers varied subjects, including Custer, Little Big Horn fight, Black Hills, cattle drives, Sitting Bull, Buffalo Bill, Wild Bill Hickok, Joseph Slade, Bat Masterson and others. El Comancho is pseudonym of Walter Shelly Phillips. More
Bismarck, ND: Capital Book Co., 1926. 1st edition. Paperback. Narrative of the life and exploits of Ben Arnold [Connor] and his sixty years in the old west as Indian Fighter, Gold Miner, Cowboy, Hunter, and Army Scout. Very good dust jacket. Dust jacket shows some wear and tear (minor chips..... More