1856, 8vo, 365 pgs. An anti-Catholic, nationalist text. Dark purple full-cloth binding with blind stamped gilt decoration on boards and spine (still bright). Numerous portraits and engravings throughout. Boards are clean and binding tight. Corners of boards are lightly bumped. Spine is lightly dust soiled. Internally clean and crisp with the occasional finger smudge, and previous owner's name erased from front paste down.
Little Horn Press, 1979. Cream-colored, textured paper wraps with illustration. #77 of a limited edition of 200, signed by the author. A scarce work of scholarship on Custer and his cavalry.
Small 4tos. These have been rebound in plain green cloth. All color plates are present. Both volumes are clean, tight, & bright. Minor soil & wear, mostly to endpapers. A beautiful set. Not ex-library. The 1876 edition is the first to include full-color plates.
Glossy cardstock covers, bound with a metal clip. Covers are heavily soiled, dampstained; back cover stained with ink or paint. Corners and edges rubbed, worn. Covers creased. 1-inch intact tear to front cover. Text block partly yellowed; text is typed on single-sided pages, thin but not brittle, probably standard typing paper. Unusual first-person account of fur trading and military life in the West during the late 19th century.
sm 8vo, 305pgs. Ex-library. Full bound in green cloth, tight library binding. Library markings on paste-down,free endpaper, and first page of the introduction. Interior text is foxed and fragile. Text block has some dust soiling. Back board has some tape residue near top corner.