NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1891. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 491, Bound in pictorial cloth, title page toned, front hinge loose, a good clean copy. Luther 36; Howes B654; Rader 426; Graff 367. Jennewein 61: "This a standard account of Crook's western military career from Arizona to Montana. Bourke was a Captain in the Third Cavalry and Aide-De-Camp to Crook." "A truly great book on both Apaches and Arizona Frontier..."--J. Frank Dobie.
Capt. Bourke was a member of the staff of General Crook and participated in many campaigns against the Indians in New Mexico, Arizona and Northern Mexico. (Inventory #: 55923)
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