244,  pp. 8vo. Color plate mounted on front board. Black & white frontispiece and three plates in text by George Varian. A novel of life with Native Americans in the American West, based on real-life experiences of the author, who lived with the Pikuni tribe while operating a fur trading post in Montana during the 1880s. His fiction was popular, and these books along with his nonfiction works are considered an important contribution to Native American ethnology.
Keywords: HISTORICAL FICTION WESTERNS NATIVE AMERICANS INDIANS First edition. Minor wear to corners. Houghton Mifflin Company / The Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1924. First Edition. Near Fine/No Jacket. Varian, George.
(Inventory #: 2171997)
Literature, American & Military History, General Antiquarian
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