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The Sawdust Dream

By Bert Russell:

U S. A.: Lacon Publishers. Fine. 1990. First Edition. Softcover. 093034409x 249pp Photographs History of the small sawmill people who bought timber from homesteaders before the corporations took over Previous owner's name in pencil erased near upper outside corner of front facing page, otherwise book is As New .

$13.50

They Saw the Elephant: Women in the California Gold Rush

By Jo Ann Levy

U S. A.: Archon Books. Fine +/Near Fine. 1990. Hardcover. 0208022732 265pp including bibliography and index Illustrations Photographs Women worked at every occupation and lived in every quarter of society. There was no stage in the development of the West that did not feel their presence. Tiny nigk on front of dust jacket (that did not penetrate the jacket) and very small tears at top of spine of jacket. .

$24.50

Wondrous Times on the Frontier

By Dee Brown

U S. A.: August House. Near Fine/Fine. 1991. First Edition. Hardcover. 0874831377 324pp Stated first edition with full number line An acount of America during the 1800s-brought to life by a master frontier storyteller Small red asterisk on page 160, otherwise book is Fine .

$9.95

Trailblazers: The Men and Women Who Forged the West

By Constance Jones

U S. A.: Metro Books. Very Good/Very Good. 1995. Hardcover. 1567991793 Oversized 144pp including bibliography and index Conveys the human side of life on the frontier Illustrations Photographs Previous owner's name and address on front facing page Dust jacket has tear on rear cover of jacket Because of the size of this book-DOMESTIC ORDERS ONLY AND ONLY REGULAR MAILING IS AVAILABLE .

$7.50

A Life Wild and Perilous: Mountain Men and the Paths to the Pacific
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A Life Wild and Perilous: Mountain Men and the Paths to the Pacific

By Robert M. Utley

U S. A.: Holt Paperbacks. Very Good. 1998. Softcover. 080505989x 392pp including index A groundbreaking work of American history by one of the country's most revered scholars, that is also a dramatic story of inovation and survival Colored maps Previous owner's name inside front cover, otherwise book is fine .

$9.95

The American West (Wiley Desk Reference)
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The American West (Wiley Desk Reference)

By Larry Schweikart; Bradley J. Birzer

U S. A.: Wiley. As New/As New. 2002. First Edition. Hardcover. 0471401382 Oversized 542pp including bibliography Over 500 entries covering every key event, individual, cultural traditio, and technology associated with the American West Contains period photos, line drawings, and maps Alphabetized for easy use .

$14.95

Do Them No Harm! (Lewis & Clark Expedition)
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Do Them No Harm! (Lewis & Clark Expedition)

By Zoa L Swayne

U S. A.: Caxton Press. Near Fine. 1990. Softcover. 0870044273 348pp including bibliography and index Plus maps at rear of book Paints a vivid and memorable portrait of Nez Perce life and culture Small tear at top edge of front cover, otherwise book is fine .

$14.95

Ghost Towns, Gamblers and Gold

By Chuck Lawliss

U S. A.: Gallery Books / Smith Publishers. Very Good/Very Good. 1985. Hardcover. 0831739037 Pversozed 223pp More than 50 ghost towns of the Old West, each with its unique cast of characters and fascinating history. Previous owner's inscription at upper outside corner of copyright page, otherwise book is Fine Light creasing on edge of jacket Because of the size of this book-DOMESTIC ORDERS ONLY and only regular mailing is available .

$11.95

Great Western Indian Fights (Bison Book S)
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Great Western Indian Fights (Bison Book S)

By Potomac Corral of the Westerners

U S. A.: Bison Books. Fine. 1966. Softcover. 0803251866 336pp including bibliography and index Illustrations Maps Fold-out map of great Indian fights Cover is lightly rubbed, otherwise book is As New .

$9.50

Women of the Klondike

By Frances Backhouse

U S. A.: Whitecap Books. Fine. 1996. Softcover. 1551103753 212pp including bibliography and index Photographs Map Explores the critical roles women played during the gold rush as the author delves into the lives of these diverse individuals-entrepreneurs, miners, teachers, doctors, nurses, and journalists, through diaries, letters, memoirs, newspaper accounts, and archival photographs .

$9.50

The Bloody Bozeman: The Perilous Trail to Montana's Gold

By Dorothy M. Johnson

U S. A.: McGraw Hill. Very Good/Near Fine. 1971. Hardcover. 0070325766 366pp including bibliography and index The American Trails series Edited by A. B. Guthrie Previous owner's name inside front cover and lettering on spine is partly faded Dust jacket is lightly soiled with verly light edgewear on edge of jacket .

$11.95

History of Pleasant Hill, California

By Vallie Jo Fox Whitfield

U S. A.: Whitfield Books. Fine/No Dust Jacket. 1981. First Edition. Hardcover. 0930920155 384pp including index Photographs Illustrations Maps The history begins with the earliest inhabitants in the area, the Indians .

$14.95

The Legacy of Yesteryear

By Marilyn Magney Newkirk

U S. A.: Raymond and Schafer Publishing. Fine. 2008. Softcover. 155pp including bibliography Photographs details the harships and the life styles that the early pioneers of the Pacifc Northwest faced-especially those in Washington Light crease on front cover near spine on bottom third of cover Scarce .

$28.95

South of the Cannon Ball: a History of Sioux, the War Bonnet County

By May E. Hinton

U S. A.: Washburn Printing Center . Very Good/No Dust Jacket. First Edition. Hardcover. Oversized 263pp Photographs Illustrations Fascinating chronological history Of the Sioux and the rest of the County No date listed Possible signature of the author by her picture Previous owner's inscription on reverse of front facing page, otherwise book is Fine .

$110.00

Lewiston Country: An Armchair History

By Margaret Day Allen

U S. A.: Nez Perce County Historical Society. Very Good. 1990. Third Edition. Softcover. 096260500x 253pp plus bibliography Fascinating history of the first Idaho gold rush, gold-seekers, missionaries, merchant princes, steamboat captains, teachers, preacher,, scalawags, lawmen, cavalry troops, and Indian chiefs Previous owner's name near upper outside corner of title page, otherwise book is AS NEW .

$24.95

Forgotten Trails: Historical Sources of the Columbia's Big Bend Country (Camden Fifth Series; 5)
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Forgotten Trails: Historical Sources of the Columbia's Big Bend Country (Camden Fifth Series; 5)

By Ron Anglin

U S. A.: Washington State University Press. As New. 1995. Softcover. 0874221161 Signed 287pp including map section, bibliography, and index Illustrations Photographs A compilation of the most significant firsthand accounts of travel through the region Included are the writings of explorers, fur traders, missionaries, railroad surveyors, scientists, artists, miners, stockmen, packers and more Signed and dated by the author on half-title page .

$14.95

The Golden Quest and Nevada's Silver Heritage
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The Golden Quest and Nevada's Silver Heritage

By Jody Hornor Ric Hornor

U S. A.: Electric Canvas / 19th Century Books. As New. 2006. First Edition. Softcover. 0976697645 Oversized 160pp including index Illustrations and photographs 19th century Lake Tahoe & Western Nevada Mining Districts by the people who lived and made the region's history Includes the Lake Tahoe Region: Truckee, Tahoe City, Reno, Carson City, Virginia City, Genoa, Glenbrook and smaller California and Nevada communities with 30 minutes of Lake Tahoe First printing .

$14.95

The Westerners
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The Westerners

By Dorris Alexander "Dee" Brown

U S. A.: Holt, Rinehard and Winston. Fine +/Very Good. 1974. Hardcover. 0030883601 Oversized 288pp including index Illustrations Maps A history of quests, wars, journeying into remote lands, daring hunts, last stands and legendary exploits Dust jacket has a few small tears on edge of jacket .

$9.50

It Happened in Montana
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It Happened in Montana

By James A. Crutchfield

U S. A.: Falcon Press Publishing. As New. 1992. Softcover. 1560440732 109pp Fascinating stories about thirty-four events that helped make Montana what it is today. Read about Lewis and Clark, gold miners, Native Americans, cowboys, and many more-including little-known episodes that shaped Montana's colorful history .

$7.50

Deadliest Indian War in the West: The Snake Conflict, 1864-1868
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Deadliest Indian War in the West: The Snake Conflict, 1864-1868

By Gregory Michno

U S. A.: Caxton Press. Fine. 2007. Softcover. 0870044605 380pp including bibliography and index Illustrations Maps The first comprehensive look at the natives, soldiers, and settlers who clahed on the high desert of Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Oregon and Northern California in a struggle that over a four-year period claimed more lives than any other Western Indian War Light crease on spine and faint scratching on cover .

$13.50

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