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Zane Grey Four Complete Novels : Rainbow Trail, The Lone Star Ranger, Under the Tonto Rim, Wyoming

By Grey, Zane

Avenel Books, 1982. 792 pages, brown boards with gilt lettering on spine. Covers are clean, text unmarked, 3 small faint spots on front endpaper/first page, scuff at corners/top & bottom of spine. 4 separate novels: The Rainbow Trail; The Lone Star Ranger; Under the Tonto Rim; Wyoming.. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. Used.


Action At Velasquez

By Schreiber, W.G

Avalon Books, 1977. 186 pages. Book is clean inside & out. Dustjacket in Brodart is bright & clean. Action packed story of the old west. Captain James Budkley knew ow to finght Indians-on their own terms. you had to expect them behind every tree, in every crevice. Buckley's decision to return to A Company now located in Mexico, astounded all his friends. On the way to the Galves' hacienda, where the troops were located, Buckley had his first view of the mission of Velasquez. it would not be his last.... Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Used.


Escape To Fort Bridger

By Lewis, John E

Avalon Books, 1980. 183 pages. Book is clean, dustjacket is taped to boards, library pocket at first page. The impossible - that was the assignment of former U.S. Marshal Mill Roberts. He had to lead a small band of men and women from Fort Beowawe to Fort Bridger or some other point of safety. For Fort Beowawe had been besieged by a thousand Utes and Gosiutes ever since a white man had killed the Ute chieftain's son.... Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Ex-Library.


Mariposa Gold

By Butler, Albert

Avalon Books, 1976. 187 pages. Book is clean inside & out. Dustjacket in brodart, bright & clean, front flap creased. President-elect Lincoln dispatched Mule Callahan with a verbal message for Col. John Fremont in California, where Mule, a trapper and a hunter, had a ranch near Mariposa. Mule booked passage on the Butterfield Overland Mail stage from St. Louis to San Francisco. His fellow passengers were Amanda Johnson, a widow, Wesley Slattery and a man called Clayt Durham. The trip west was not without incident..... Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Used.


They Lived in Tubac

By Brownell, Elizabeth R

Tucson, AZ, U.S.A.: Westernlore Press, 1986 284 pages, b/w photos, bibliography. Book is clean inside & out, some scuff at corners . Contents include: Tubac Before Gadsden; Tubac in the 1850s & Early 1860s; From Soldiers to Settlers; The Tubac of John T. Smith; Lillie Mercer and Tubac of the 1880s; Tubac in the State of Arizona; Dwellers in the Depression Years; War and Peace; Where Art and History Meet; Historic Moments in the Seventies; Tubac's Peculiar Charm.. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Used.


One Woman's West : The Life of Mary-Russell Ferrell Colton

By Mangum, Richard; Mangum, Sherry; Musuem of Northern Arizona; Museum of Northern Arizona

Flagstaff, Arizona, U.S.A.: Northland Publishing, 1997 151 pages, Index, Color & B/W Photos. Clean, crisp copy. Colton was an artist and philanthropist. Among the greatest testaments to her foresight were her instrumental efforts to revive Hopi and Navajo art and prevent these distinctive traditions from being corrupted and lost. Her contribution to the culture of the Southwest has been matched by few others.. Oversized Soft Cover. Very Good. Used.