New York & London: Harper & Bros., 1902. Navy blue cloth, lettered in white. Portrait. Typical rubbing to spine stamping, though perfectly legible, slight cracking to gutter after front free endsheet and before frontis, otherwise a very good copy. First edition. Inscribed on the front free endsheet to his friend and sometime publisher, Flora Warren Seymour, co-principal of the Bookfellows: "This novel is based upon my experiences among the Sioux and Cheyennes in 1897-8 and 9. - The redmen are real - the white folks composite pictures. Hamlin Garland. Inscribed for Flora Warren Seymour Hollywood, Oct. 19." Seymour's Bookfellows bookplate appears opposite on the pastedown. SMITH G-55. (Inventory #: WRCLIT76442)
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