Chief of Scouts, As Pilot to Emigrant and Government Trains, Across the Plains of the Wild West of Fifty Years Ago - As Told by Himself, As a Sequel to His Famous Book 'Thirty-One Years on the Plains and in the Mountains'. Captain W. F. DRANNAN.

Chief of Scouts, As Pilot to Emigrant and Government Trains, Across the Plains of the Wild West of Fifty Years Ago - As Told by Himself, As a Sequel to His Famous Book 'Thirty-One Years on the Plains and in the Mountains'. Chicago: Rhodes and McClure Publishing Co, (1910).

First Edition Thus, published by Rhodes and McClure and not by Thomas W. Jackson Publishing Co. who presumably published simultaneously. Octavo, original blue cloth, decorative stamping, decorative endpapers, printed dustjacket, illustrated by E. Bert Smith and with photographs. A chronicle of Drannan's experiences on the western frontier during his days as a trapper, scout, and "Indian fighter" along side of Kit Carson, Jim Bridger, and General George Crook. Near Fine, yellowing to pages, in Good soiled and edge chipped dustjacket, inch loss at lower spine end.

Price: $150.00

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