(Auburn, WA: The editors, 1976. First edition (a reproduced typescript), #78 or an unspecified limited edition. Small 4to. (10), 261 pp. Portrait of the author on the title page, one other plate from a photograph. Late 19th and early 20th-century cattle trade in Montana and ranching experiences there, in the Dakotas, and other parts of the West; includes a "fresh" telling of the Custer disaster based on the author's conversation with Crow Indians who were present. Written in 1945 and left unpublished, this edition was edited by his son and daughter-in-law, and is signed by them. OCLC locates two copies (Montana Historical Society, State Historical Society of North Dakota). Very good. Original tan decorated stiff wrappers. (#8274). (Inventory #: 61217)
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