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To Be Alive.
Bode, Elroy
El Paso: Texas Western Press, 1979. Hardcover, inscribed by author on half title page, near fine in very good dj.

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The Colorado Kid; Memoirs of a Life Nurtured by Faith
Happey, Russell
Hicksville, NY: Exposition Press, 1978. 1st ed.hardcover, n. fine in vg dj. "A glowing collection of railroading out West - a way of life now vanished from the American scene.

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Hell Among the Yearlings.
Randolph, Edmund
Chicago: Lakeside Press, 1978. Hardcover, TEG, very slight shelfwear, else very good.

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The Arid Zones
Walton, Kenneth
Chicago: Aldine Publishing Co., 1971. 2nd ed. hardcover, vg in vg dj.

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Home and other Moments.
Bode, Elroy
El Paso: Texas Western Press, 1975. 1st ed. hardcover, signed, very good in dj.

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Vinegarroon.
McDaniel, Ruel
Kingsport, TN: Southern Publishers, 1936. Hardcover, name stamp embossed on ffep with inscription, lacking dj, else good. "Dedicated to Sheriffs and Rangers of Texas."

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Sources and Readings in Arizona History: A Checklist of Literature Concerning Arizona's Past.
Wallace, Andrew
Tucson: Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, 1965. Very good paperback.

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New Mexico; Land of Enchantment.
Mann, E. B. and Fred E. Harvey
East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, 1955. 295pp. Signed by both authors on front free endpaper. Small original bookshop sticker on front pastedown, else very good, lacking dj.

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Arizona; A Bicentennial History.
Powell, Lawrence Clark
NY: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc., 1976. Later edition hardcover, inscribed by author on title page, fine in slightly edgeworn else very good dj.

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The Lone Star Omnibus, containing two Texas Novels, A Texas Ranger/Oh, You Tex.
Raine, William MacLeod
NY: Grossett & Dunlap, Publishers, 1911 , 1920. 2 novels in one volume, small original bookshop sticker on ffep, else good - no dj.

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Annals of the City of Kansas: Embracing Full Details of the Trade and Commerce of the Great Western Plains, Together with Statis
Spalding, C.C.
Columbia, MO: Frank Glenn Publishing Company, 1950. Facsimile edition, vg hardcover in illustrated boards. Rittenhouse "SFT" 529, Howes S-805, Wagner 309, Graff 3917, Rader 2959.

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Life At Eighty.
Canada, J. W., A.B.
La Porte, TX: self published, 1952. Hardcover, inscribed by author on dedication page, fine without dj (as issued).

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Custer in Texas: An Interrupted Narrative.
Carroll, John M.
NY: Sol Lewis and Liveright, 1975. 1st ed., signed, light shelfwear else very good in blue cloth. No dj as issued?

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From the Heartland; Profiles of People and Places of the Southwest and Beyond.
Powell, Lawrence Clark
Flagstaff: Powell, Lawrence Clark 1976. 1st edition hardcover n. fine in n. fine dj. 12 Illustrations by Bettina Steinke.

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Sufferin' Springs Valley, Early Southeast Arizona As I Lived It.
Bliss, Bob
N.p. self 1980. 1st ed., near fine in vg illustrated dj.

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The Chronological History of the Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries.
Clark, James A.
Houston: Clark Book Co., 1963. First edition, vi, 317pp. No dj, spine faded, else very good hardcover. Just what it says, beginning in 6,000 BC with Noah smearing the Ark with bitumen, and with an extensive index.

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Heroes, Hexes and Haunted Halls
Espinosa, Gilberto
Albuquerque, NM: Calvin Horn Publisher, Inc., 1972. 1st ed., inscribed by author on title page, prev. owner's name sticker on flap of dj, else vg in vg dj.

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Two Thousand Miles on Horseback; Santa Fe and Back; A Summer Tour Through Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, and New Mexico, in the Yea
Meline, James F.
Albuquerque: Horn & Wallace, Publishers, 1966. Reprint, map folded in, lower corners gently bumped, else near fine hardcover in very good, price clipped dj. x, 317pp. Meline crossed the Santa Fe Trail in 1866 and spent the summer in New Mexico and Colorado. His account is considered one of the most authentic descriptions of the southwest at that time.

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Penny-an Acre Empire in the West.
Stewart, Edgar I.
Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1968. 1st edition hardcover, interior near fine, DJ sl rubbed else vg.

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The Reverend Uncle Bert.
Dittmer, Bernice
Waco, TX: Bernice Dittmer, 1970. Signed by author on ffep, fine hardcover in fine dj

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Auraria; Where Denver Began.
Etter, Don D.
np: Colorado Associated University Press, 1972. 1st ed., near fine in edgworn dj. A photographic essay on the surviving structures of Auraria, CO.

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The Young Pioneer.
Hamilton, Thomas Marion
Washington, DC: The Library Press, 1932. Very good hardcover in original cloth. 6 Guns 908.

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Juan of Santo Nino; An Authentic Account of Pioneer Life in New Mexico 1863-1864.
Minton, Charles Ethrige
Santa Fe: The Sunstone Press, 1973. First edition. vi, 184pp. Inscribed by author on front free end paper. Very good in worn, price clipped dj.

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Lord Beresford and Lady Flo.
Porter, Eugene O.
El Paso: Texas Western Press, 1970. Very good hardcover in boards, 1/200 copies, signed by Porter and Carl Hertzog. Story of the (then) unusual relationship between an Irish Lord and his common law black wife. LOWMAN 259.

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The Land of Enchantment; From Pike's Peak to the Pacific.
Whiting, Lilian
Boston: Little, Brown, and Company; 1912. Later edition, gilt on top edge, vg HB in printed cloth with gilt illustration on front cover.

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Manuel Lisa
Douglas, Walter B.
New York: Argosy Antiquarian, Ltd., 1964. Limited to 1/750 copies, hardcover, n. fine w/o dj as issued.

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Heroes and Hunters of the West: Comprising Sketches and Adventures of Boone, Kenton, Brady, Logan, Whetzel, Fleehart, Hughes, Jo
[Frost, John (atrrib.)
Philadelphia: H. C. Peck and Theo. Bliss, 1857. 300pp, illus. Original embossed boards, second free end paper removed, some internal foxing, overall very good. Several biographies of frontiersmen known and unknown along with stories of battles, Indian captivities, and chapters on frontierswomen. No author is named, but several sources attribute the book to John Frost, who made a minor industry publishing books of "thrilling adventures."

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The Literary Memoranda of William Hickling Prescott, 2 Vols.
Gardiner, C. Harvey, ed.
Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma, 1961. Slipcase slightly rubbed, volumes near fine. Prescott was the first American to win international acclaim as a historian with The Conquest of Mexico and other works. These are his notebooks, edited with an introduction, giving insight into the history writing process.

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Pictorial Poems of The Scenic West.
Hamilton, Franklin Robert
Denver: Miles and Dryer, 1929. [x], 122pp, illus. Original embossed boards. Slight rubbing to extremities, else near fine. Presentation inscription from "the Publishers." Dozens of photos of western scenery and the poetry it inspired.

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Edward M. Kern; The Travels of an Artist-Explorer.
Heffernan, William Joseph
Bakersfield, CA: Kern County Historical Society, 1953. viii, 112, illus, folding map. A couple of nicks from the slightly soiled dj, else near fine. A biography of Edward Kern (1823-1863), an artist-scientist who spent his short career on government explorations including Fremont's third and fourth expeditions.

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Final Report of the California World's Fair Commission, including a description of all exhibits from the State of California, co
Johnston, A.J.
Sacramento: State Printing Office, 1894. vii, 240pp, illus (including a folding building plan), presentation slip tipped in. Hardcover, extremities worn, some spotting on boards, interior vg.

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In the Cause of Progress; A History of the New Mexico Cattle Growers' Association
Mortensen, Robert K.
Albuquerque: New Mexico Stockman, 1983. Near fine hardcover in faux leather with gold lettering. The official history of the group "who have helped make New Mexico what it is today."

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Texas, or The Broken Link in the Chain of Family Honors.
Selph, Fannie Eoline
Nashville, TN: Cumberland Press, 1905. Hardcover, hinge starting, foxing on edges, edgeworn, else good .

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Driftwood and Driftings.
Singletary-Bedford, Mrs. Lou and Mrs. May Bedford Egan
Boston: A.D. Aldridge & Co., 1893. 1st edition hardcover, original printed boards, somewhat worn and spotted. Binding fragile but intact, internally clean and very good. A curious collection of essays and poetry by two Texas "literary ladies."

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The Montana Gold Rush Diary of Kate Dunlap.
Tyler, S. Lyman, ed.
Denver, CO: Old West Publishing Company, 1969. Limited edition, 1/2000 copies, very good hardcover with printed boards w/o dj as issued.

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Pioneers of Prosperity.
Walker, David H.
San Francisco: David H. Walker, 1895. Ex-library, boards edgeworn, else vg hardcover in original cloth with decorative endpapers, lacking dj as issued.

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Documents of California Catholic History (1784-1963).
Weber, Rev. Francis J.
Los Angeles: Dawson's Book Shop, 1965. 1st edition hardcover, vg in vg dj.

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Dynamite and Six-Shooter.
Burton, Jeff
Santa Fe: Palomino Press; 1970. viii, 221pp, illus. No dj (as issued?) else near fine. A history of outlaw Tom Ketchum's career on the wrong side of the law and his gang, with extensive research. Published by the Palomino Press, an imprint of the Press of the Territorian, known for its offerings of western history.

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Cattle Cavalcade in Central Colorado.
Everett, George G.
Denver: Golden Bell Press, 1966. [xvi], 446pp, illus. Slight soil to dj, else near fine. An account of cattle in Chaffee County, Custer County, El Paso County, Fremont County, Gunnison County, Jefferson Territory, Lake County, Park County, Pitkin County, & Saguache County from 1860 to 1966.

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Three Caravans to Yuma.
Fowler, Harlan D.
Glendale, CA: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1980. 173pp, illus. Plain white dust wrapper soiled and worn, book near fine. Story of the civilian attempt to use bactrian (two humped as opposed to the single humped dromedaries used by the military) camels in western America. Clark and Brunet 88.

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Billy the Kid.
Brother, Mary Hudson
Farmington: Hustler Press, 1949. Very good pamphlet book in brown printed paper covers closed with rawhide tie.

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Philo White's Narrative of a Cruize in the Pacific to South America and California on the U.S. Sloop-of-War "Dale" 1841-1843.
Camp, Charles L., ed.
Denver, CO: Old West Publishing Company, 1965. Limited edition, 1/1000, deckle edged, very good hardcover w/o dj as issued.

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The Wild West or, A History of the Wild West Shows, Being an Account of the Prestigious, Peregrinatory Pageants Pretentiously Pr
Russell, Don
Forth Worth, TX: Amon Carter Museum, 1970. 1st ed. hardcover, vg in sl. edgeworn, else vg dj. The Title says it all.

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The Early Empire Builders of the Great West.
Armstrong, Moses K.
St. Paul, MN: E. W. Porter, 1901. ix, 446pp, illus. Some spotting to boards, else good. This is an expansion of the author's earlier books on Dakota (the first history of the territory). In addition to the history, he describes his experiences as a Congressman from S. Dakota during the Reconstruction and a tour through the southern states which he describes with true northern tact.

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The Mormon Experience; A History of the Latter-day Saints.
Arrington, Leonard J. and Davis Bitton
New York: Alfred A. Knopf; 1979. First edition. xiv, 404pp, maps and illus. Spine of the dust jacket slightly tanned, else near fine. Signed by both authors on the ffep. A splendid copy of this new and authoritative history.

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Before Barbed Wire; L. A. Huffman, Photographer on Horseback.
Brown, Mark and W.R. Felton
NY: Henry Holt and Company, 1956. First edition (by Henry Holt and Company, not the Bramhall reprint). 256pp, illus, prospectus laid in. Dust jacket fair only with edge wear and some loss, book clean and very good. Reese: "L. A. Huffman was the premier photographer of the northern range… Brown and Felton have supplied an excellent text to accompany the superb photographs." Here with 124 reproductions of his photos. Reese Six Score 16, Herd 346, Six-Guns 300.

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The Land; Vol. 1
Cooke, Morris Llewellyn, President
Washington, DC: Friends of the Land, 1941. Hardcover, smoke and water damage, else good.

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Terms of Endearment.
McMurtry, Larry
London: W. H. Allen, 1977. 1st British edition hardcover, very good in price clipped dj.

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Nathan Addison Baker (1843-1934).
Mumey, Nolie
Denver: Old West Publishing Company, 1965. Signed, #347/500, folding map, 9 keepsakes in rear pocket, Some shelfwear, else unopened and near fine w/o dj. Baker was an early emigrant to what would become Colorado. Keepsakes are facsimiles of letters and documents.

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Lieut. Henry Timberlake's Memoirs 1756-1765.
Williams, Samuel Cole, intro.
Marietta, GA: Continental Book Company, 1948. 197pp, folding map and chart. No dj, slight fading and shelfwear to boards with a minor stain to the bottom of the front board, slightly cocked, else very good. An important source on the Cherokee Nation and on the little known southern phase of the French and Indian war (1755-62). Timberlake was a young Virginian who traveled through the south and here provides the first eye witness account of the Tennessee country as well as his experiences accompanying a party of Cherokee chiefs to England. Howes 271.

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