- Topic: Western Americana
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Caffey, David L.
College Station: Tarleton State University, 1999. First edition. 235 pp. INSCRIBED by the author to noted western americana collector Al Lowman. Near fine clothbound book in near fine unclipped dustwrapper. more
Finding Literature On The Texas Plains; With a Representative Bibiography of Books on the Southwest by J. Frank Dobie
Rogers, John Williams & J. Frank Dobie
Dallas: The Southwest Press, 1931. 55 pages. 19 x 13 cm. Clean, fresh copy, slight rubbing backstrip extremities, one lower corner nicked. more
Parsons, John E.
New York: Morrow, 1963. 208 pages. Ilustrated with photographs and maps. How the international boundary was fixed on the ground. more
Eldorado or Adventures in the Path of Empire Comprising A Voyage to California, via Panama Life in San Francisco, etc.
New York: George P. Putnam, 1856. 444 pages.19.5 x 13.5 cm. Fresh, bright copy, intermittent modest text toning, in original publisher's blind stamped brown cloth, backstrip lettered in gilt. more
COLLECTION OF 23 ORIGINAL ISSUES OF THE NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, 1836, DESCRIBING THE DRAMATIC AND HEROIC STRUGGLE FOR TEXAN INDEPENDENCE,
[TEXAS] Hezekiah Niles, editor.
Baltimore: Printed by the Editor at the Franklin Press, March 5 to August 27, 18. A collection of 23 consecutive individual issues (5-3/4" x 9-1/2"; without the March 12, June 18, and July 9 issues) now housed in individual sleeves more
Chicago: The Lakeside Press (R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co.), The complete run (in 25 volumes) of the 3rd series, the "navy-blue" series, of Lakeside Press's wonderful Americana re-issues. 1953-1977. All 25 volumes clean and more
Chicago: The Lakeside Press (R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co.), A near-complete offering of the 4th series, in chocolate-brown cloth, of classic Americana re-issues by the formidable Lakeside Press. 22 of the 25 volumes published more
Harlan D. Fowler
Glendale, CA: The Arthur H. Clark Comapny, 1980. 1980 1st edition, limited to 750 copies. Crisp and clean and Near Fine, with bright gilt-lettering and decoration along front panel and spine. Octavo, 173 more
Mark L. Gardner
Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2000. WARMLY INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR on the half-title. An immaculate copy to boot of the 2000 stated 1st edition. Fine in a bright, Fine pictorial more
Mark L. Gardner, Ed
Manhattan, Kansas: Sunflower University Press, 1989. INSCRIBED BY THE EDITOR, MARK L. GARDNER, on the title page. A handsome copy to boot of the 1989 1st edition. Bright and Fine in more
Marv "Slim" Girard
Francestown, New Hampshire: Marshall Jones Company, 1985. SIGNED BY MARV "SLIM" GIRARD on a tipped-in sheet on the half-title. A solid copy to boot of the 1985 1st edition. Clean and Near more
Allen-Isham Genealogy: Jirah Isham Allen Montana Pioneer Government Scout, Guide, Interpreter and Famous Hunter, During Four Years of Indian Warfare
Mary A. Phinney
Rutland, VT: The Tuttle Publishing Co, 1946. The 1946 1st edition of this uncommon study of the Allen-Isham family and specifically Jirah Isham Allen, the renowned 19th century Montana settler and hunter. more
The Prisoners of Perote: Containing a Journal Kept by the Author, Who Was Captured by the Mexicans, at Mier, December
William Preston Stapp
Philadelphia: G.B. Zieber and Company, 1845. A solid, well-preserved copy of the 1845 1st edition. Tight and VG in its original light-brown cloth, with still-bright gilt-lettering at the spine and decorative more
Dallas, TX: Self-published, 1923. "Intensely Interesting Little Volume of TRUE HISTORY of the Struggles with Hostile Indians On the Frontier of Texas IN THE EARLY DAYS --Never Before Published more