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  • Walker, Herb.

    Published by Amarillo: Baxter Lane Company, 1975., 1975

    Seller: Sara Armstrong - Books, Cedarville, CA, U.S.A.
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    64pp, (5.25 x 8.25 inches), b&w photos. Good condition in stapled wrappers (soft cover). Covers lightly worn, The back cover has been used as a mailing label, with "to" and "from" addresses, a postage stamp, the cancellation, and a purple "Third Class' stamp. It was closed with a short piece of tape which is still present on the front cover, but has been peeled off on the back cover, leaving a little rough patch. Pages tanning at the edges, otherwise contents clean, tight, no tears or creases, no markings.

    Seller Inventory # 20146

  • Great Mountain West Supply

    Published by Salt Lake City: Great Mountain West Supply Company, 1997., 1997

    ISBN 10: 0933043228ISBN 13: 9780933043220

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    32pp, (7x10 inches), b&w photos (actually sepia toned). Near Fine in stapled wrappers (soft cover). Corners sharp, crisp and tight, no tears or creases, no markings. Brief biographies of 26 of the finest and/or most notorious. Note: has a chemical aroma from the printing ink.

    Seller Inventory # 14796

  • Abdill, George B. (editor).

    Published by Roseburg: Douglas County (Oregon) Historical Society, 1967., 1967

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    24pp, (6x9 inches), b&w photos. Very Good condition in stapled self wrappers (soft cover). A little damp wrinkling at top edge, covers barely sunned (tanned). Otherwise clean, tight, no bumps, tears or creases, no markings. "Daniel W. Stearns, Oregon Argonaut" by Rolstyn D. Bridges, "J.J. Whitsett, Indian War Veteran" by Carola Bakken, "Myrtle Creek Mamories" by Ora Weaver Carter, "Tragedy on the Umpqua" (death of Charles McSlellan Minter) by Harold Avery Minter, et al.

    Seller Inventory # 24506

  • Morgan, Gene.

    Published by Chicago: The Lakeside Press, 1945., 1945

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    1st edition stated. 60pp, (5.5 x 7.75 inches), drawings. Good condition, hardcover, no dust jacket. Reddish brown illustrated boards with black spine. Edges and corners are rubbed, bookplate tipped onto the verso (the back) of the front end paper. Cracked open at page 14/15, but still tight. No markings.

    Seller Inventory # 22893

  • Abdill, George B. (editor).

    Published by Roseburg: Douglas County (Oregon) Historical Society, 1966., 1966

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    24pp, (6x9 inches), b&w photos. Very Good condition in stapled self wrappers (soft cover). A little nick at tail of spine, covers barely sunned (tanned). Otherwise clean, tight, no bumps, tears or creases, no markings. "Old Man of the Mountains" (Pierre Pariseau) by Harriet D. Munnick, "J.L. Gilbert, Pioneer Educator" by Helen Ruth Montague, "Journey into the Past" (Pearl Price, school teacher) by Wiliam Strader, "South Umpqua River Railroad Bridge," et al.

    Seller Inventory # 24505

  • Hornor, Jody & Ric. (editors)

    Published by Pilot Hill, CA: 19th Century Books, 2006, 2006

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    1st printing stated. 262pp, (8x10 inches), b&w photos, index. Very Good condition in wrappers (soft cover). A bump to lower edge of front cover, otherwise clean and tight, no spine creasing, no other creases, no chips or tears, no markings. SIGNED by the editors "To Paul, enjoy our history!" The cover indicates that this is Vol.I: El Dorado, Placer, Nevada and Sierra Counties. "Written by California Pioneers and 19th Century Historians" according to the title page. Lors of great old photos. Signed by Author.

    Seller Inventory # 25859

  • Fay, Abbott.

    Published by Montrose: Western Reflections Inc., 2006., 1999

    ISBN 10: 1890437190ISBN 13: 9781890437190

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    2nd edition (originally 1999). 223pp, (5.25 x 8.5 inches), b&w illustrations, bibliography index. Very Good condition in wrappers (soft cover). A little rubbing to one corner, otherwise clean and tight, no spine creasing, no other creases. No bumps, tears or chips, no markings. Wonderful little stories, one to three pages each: "Creative cowboys and stubborn women, ordeals by fire and ice, civilizing the slope, sham duels and outrageous outlaws.".

    Seller Inventory # 25879

  • Wagner, Pat (editor)

    Published by Austin: Western Publications, 1977., 1977

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    64pp (8.5 x 11 inches), b&w illustrations. New Series 110. Only Good condition in stapled wrappers (soft cover). Covers are rubbed and worn with creases, little chips at the edges. Spine rolled. Contents clean and barely yellowed, no tears or creases, Someone wrote one sentence on the first page of ads. No markings to the rest of the magazine. "The Cowboy and the Canyon" (the Grand Canyon) by S. Omar Barker, "The Automobilist and the Canyon" (the Grand Canyon), The Lost Cave of Skeletons (Big Bend Country, Texas), Night Rider Killed on the Road (rustlers in Oregon), "Chief Casuse and Quanah Parker," "Cascade: a Black Hills Dream" (ghost town), "Railroading Along Lake Fork" (the Gunnison in the San Juan Mountains), "Manhater!" (Louise Treolor in Idaho), "Yankee Migrants & Southwestern Ways" (Caddo County, OK), "Little London's Private War" (Colorado Springs), "Help from an Ancient Carving" (Death Valley), plus regular features and great ads.

    Seller Inventory # 26067

  • Jackson, Raymond.

    Published by Published By the Author, 1974., 1974

    Seller: Sara Armstrong - Books, Cedarville, CA, U.S.A.
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    3rd edition, originally 1970. 15pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches). Very Good condition in red stapled wrappers (soft cover). A little spot on the front cover, otherwise clean and bright, no tears or creases, no markings. Laid in is a pamphlet from the Trinity County Historical Society about the J.J. (Jake) Jackson Memorial Museum. California gold rush history. "Some of the struggles, hardships, trials and tribulations in the thirst for gold. The writer lived in a time when many of the pioneers were still living and heard their stories. Some of them rode the saddle along aside (sic) men like Sutter, Bidwell, Reading, Lassen and others.".

    Seller Inventory # 24179

  • Paher, Stanley W. (editor).

    Published by Las Vegas: Nevada Publications, 1976., 1976

    Seller: Sara Armstrong - Books, Cedarville, CA, U.S.A.
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    528pp, (8.5 x 11 inches), b&w photos, maps. Only Good condition in wrappers (soft cover). Covers are worn, one corner creased and bumped, corners show light wear. But spine is not creased. First ten pages have a little water spot at lower corner and pages tanning at edges. But generally the contents are clean and firmly bound, no tears or creases, no markings. "247 original stories, maps, 430 illustrations." Dozens of articles arranged by county and by subject. Signed by the editor on the title page. Signed by Author.

    Seller Inventory # 24208

  • Schoemehl, Frederick (editor)

    Published by Tonbstone, Cochise County Arizona: Tombstone Epitaph, Inc., 2007, 2007

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    20pp, (11.5 x 17 inches), b&w photos. Very Good condition, soft cover (it actualy is a newspaper), Address label on front page. Edges a little worn, a few tiny tears, whole paper is folded across the middle, no other creases, no markings. Includes " The Apache Kid, From Indian Scout to Southwest Renegade" by Ben T. Traywick, "The Northwest Upbringing of George Crook" by Shorty Finkenbinder, "Cold War Indian Policy: Termination and Relocatiom in the 1950s" by Robert Munkres, "Western Reflections: Border Engagements with Pancho Villa" by Ben F. Williams, Jr., "Wandering the West: Pray Tell Stranger, are You a Bad Man from Bodie?" by Frederick Schoemehl, recipes, letters, ads, et al.

    Seller Inventory # 21497

  • Addenbrooke, Alice Baltzelle.

    Published by Sparks, NV: Western Printing & Publishing, 1968., 1968

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    39pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches), b&w photos, map, bibliography. Very Good condition in red stapled wrappers (softcover). Whole booklet has a slight curve from poor storage. Otherwise everything crisp, bright, tight, clean, no markings. History of Fort Churchill in Nevada. Established by Captain Joseph Stewart along the Carson River near Reno Nevada. Known earlier as Williams Station, itwas built in 1860-61 and named Sylvester Churchill, Inspector General of the U.S. Army. Built to provide protection for early settlers and the mail route along the Pony Express, the fort became an important supply depot for the Union Army during the Civil War. Now a Historic State Park.

    Seller Inventory # 25283

  • Kinzie, Mrs. John H.

    Published by London: Sampson Low, Son & Co./ NY: Derby & Jackson, 1856., 1856

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    First edition (with date on title page). Title page also lists publishers in New York, Chicago and Cincinnati. 498pp, (5.5 x 9 inches), six b&w plates, including the frontis. Dark blue cloth with embossed design on boards, gilt spine titles and illustration. Good condition, hardcover, no dust jacket. Corners worn and bumped at the tips. Edges of boards rubbed, spine ends frayed, short tears at head of spine. Front hinge cracked open at title page, but binding is still sound, tight. Front pastedown has a creased tear at lower edge, two owner's names, a location and a more recent date in ink. Tipped in at front endpaper is an advertisement for other books from Sampson, Low and Son. Pages are foxed, otherwise contents clean and bright, no tears or creases, no markings to text. Note: Although the title page lists the London publisher first, the spine states Derby & Jackson, the New York publisher. Wright-Howes states that some copies of the 1st edition list the London publisher. Digital photos available.

    Seller Inventory # 19993

  • According to Acts of Congress of March 3, 1853, May 31, 1854, and August 1854. [23rd congress, 2d session, ex. doc. no. 78]. 12 volumes in 13, all Senate issue. Volumes 1-10 printed by Beverly Tucker, vol. 11 by George Bowman, vol. 12 by Thomas Ford. All bound in original dark cloth with decorative blindstamping and gilt spine titles. All volumes are Senate issue. Illustrated throughout with b&w drawings, color plates, maps. Very Good Condition. Light wear to boards: a little soiling (tiny spots), some rubbing to spine ends and corners or corners frayed (just at the tips). One volume has corners lightly bumped. Gilt titles readable on most volumes. Light tanning to pages, some scattered foxing, affecting very few illustrations. Light moisture markings at edges of a few pages. Three volumes with old bookplates, one volume with owner's name. One volume has loose signatures (first 55pp), otherwise contents clean and bright, binding tight. All volumes in current (or older) clear removable protectors.A beautiful and important contribution to the early history of the United States, cited in Howes, Wagner-Camp, Rittenhouse, et al. Photos are available and we are happy to answer any questions. Extra shipping (to be arranged).

    Seller Inventory # 24168