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New York: Harper, 1890. 16 illustrations, most full-page plates, plus scattered short musical scores. xiii + 341 pages. 12mo, decorative green cloth; covers lightly rubbed and with neat repairs at spine ends; warm gift inscription dated 1890 on front free endpaper. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1890. A very good(+) copy. There is a signature from a "Chas. A. Custer" on the page following copyright page, possibly a General Custer relation (?).
illus. 395pp. 8vo, cloth, d.w. N.Y.: Dutton, (1930). First Edition. vg "The author lived in Abilene, Kansas, from 1868 and wrote from personal knowledge and reliable records.-EDG" Graff 1868. "Most of the book concerns Abilene, Kansas, in its wild days, and the author gives Wild Bill Hickok considerable attention." Adams, Six-Guns 974. Howes H-427. Rader 1854.
Boston: John P. Jewett, 1857. Large color folding map of the Kansas and Nebraska territories with parts of adjacent territories in black and white. 189pp. 12mo, original purple cloth, spine faded from sun exposure, head of spine lightly worn, corners bumped, spine lightly soiled. Boston: John P. Jewett, 1857. First Edition A handbook for emigrants to the Kansas and Nebraska territories. Howes P-84.
Boston: John Jewett, 1856. By A Lady. Fourth Thousand. 231pp. 12mo, original brown cloth; (cloth lightly spotted, some light foxing to margins, spine ends lightly worn). Boston: John Jewett, 1856. "This glowing account of conditions for settlement in Kansas consists of a series of letters written in 1855-56 from Lawrence. It contains a full description of the immigration of 1854." Wagner-Camp 279c. Rader 2832. Sabin 72143.