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Ongon: a Tale of Early Chicago by  Dubois H Loux - First Edition - 1902 - from Glaeve Art & Books and

Ongon: a Tale of Early Chicago

by Loux, Dubois H

Condition: Good/No Jacket

New York NY: Charles Francis Press,. Good/No Jacket. 1902. Buckram. 8vo First Edition 1902, Buckram, Good, some loosening, a few dents to bottom and back, 182 pgs. Charles Francis Press, New York, Illustrated. A novel of Native Americans set in the year 1833. $40.00 .


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