Item #0003
0001.William MacLeod Raine. Famous Sheriffs and Western Outlaws. Garden City: Doubleday, Doran, 1929. Very Good stated first edition with some edgewearans light toning. lacking DJ $15.USD 

0002. Walter F. McCaleb. The Santa Fe Expedition. San Antonio: Naylor, (1964). Near fine second printing (stated) in a fair DJ with front flap detached and clipped. $10. USD 

0003. William O. Stoddard . Chumley's Post. Philadelphia; J.B. Lippincott Company; 1895. Very Good First thus. Edge wear and some rubbing to the covers Gift inscription dated 1895. $15. USD 

0004. Barry Brierley.  Wasichu. Fountain Hills, AZ: LaGare Publishers,  1993. F/F. Inscribed and signed by author. Inscription reads "To Deb Best Wishes Le mita pila, Kola. Barry Birerley. Ex: Fremont estate sale, Phoenix, AZ. First edition $20. USD 

0005. Mirandy (Giles). Tales of the Early Days.  Hollywood, Calif.: Oxford Press, 1938. blue cloth with while lettering on cover and spine, small 8vo. Very Good with some edge wear. Signed " yours truly Mirandy Giles 1941" Ex: Brand Books, Burbank, CA. First edition. $35. USD 

0006. Edith Moses.Unofficial Letters of an Official's Wife. NY:  D. Appleton, 1908.  Very Good first printing some toning Red cloth lettered in gilt. $55. USD 

0007. John Myers Myers. The Deaths of the Bravos. Boston  Little, Brown and Company  1962  First Edition stated Near Fine in Very good DJ with some edgewear still priced. $15. USD 

0008. Journal of the American Geographical Society of New York. M.DCCC.LXXIII Vol. IV Edited By the Recording Secretary  Vol. IV. Printed for the Society by the State of New York [London.Paris.] 1874. contributions include:History and Authority of the Verrazano Map, with a Reduced Copy of the Same, J. Carson Brevoort; Physical Geography of the North-western Boundary of the United States, with Twelve Illustrations by Georg Gibbs; North-western North America: Its Resources and Its Inhabitants., J.T. Rothrock; On the Paleography of North America by T. Sterry Hunt; On Martin Behaim's Globe and His Influence Upon Geographical Science, Mytton Maury; Report of the Reception Tendered By the American Geographical Society to Henry M. Stanley; Orange patterned cloth binding, spine rubbed, some edge wear, Very Good with some toning. $100. USD 

0009. Blanche Gordon. Dona Lona. NY: Wilfred Funk, 1941. Near fine First Edition in a Near fine DJ.  $75. USD 

0010. Joseph J. Hill The History of the Warner Ranch and its Environs. Los Angeles: |Privately printed|, 1927. Near fine limited 922/1000 copies. Bookplate removal scar on inner front board. lacks slipcase. $200. USD 

0011. Lt. John Bigelow, Jr. On the Bloody Trail of Geronimo.  Los Angeles: Westernlore Press, 1958 . 1st Edition. Limited to 750 signed copies by Editor Arthur Woodward. 237 pages. Index. Notes. Illustrated by Frederic Remington, and other artists including Hooper, McDougall, Chapin, and Hatfield. Edited, with Foreword and Introduction by Arthur Woodward. Great West and Indian Series XII. Near Fine lacking DJ with small scar to colophon page. Ex: Arizona Historical Society.  $75. USD 

0012.William R. Allen. The Chequemegon.  New York: William-Fredrick Press, 1949.  Very Good/Good DJ. First Edition. Signed and iscribed "With all good wishes to Vivian Hughes Wm R Allen 1950" Ex: Phoenix Books, San Luis Obispo, CA.  $35. USD 

0013. T.A.Larson. History of Wyoming. Univ. of Nebraska Press Lincoln 1965. HC Very good/ No DJ. First of this standard reprinted by Norton. $25.USD 

0014. Dorothy Lawson McCall.. The Copper King's Daughter. Portland, OR  Binfords & Mort, Publisher  1972  1st Edition stated  Fine in a Very Good DJ. $15. USD 

0015. Charles F. Lummis. Bullying the Moqui. Flagstaff, AZ: Prescott College Press, 1968. First edition. A collection of articles by Charles F. Lummis (1859-1928), published in his California magazine Out West between April and October 1903, in defense of the Hopi Indians who were resisting efforts by the U.S. Indian Service to forcibly civilize them. Also includes new material on the relationship of Lummis with Theodore Roosevelt and its effect on Indian policies. This copy appears steam or damp damaged only in the slight wrinkling of the leaves, lacking a DJ $15. USD 

0016. Bernice Cosulich. Tucson. Tucson: Arizona Silhouettes, 1953. No jacket. Very good. some rubbing with stamp of the Pioneer Hotel, Tucson. $15. USD 

0017. Walter Dyk. Son of Old Man Hat.N.Y,: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1938. 1st edition (so marked) Near Very Good copy/ No DJ  $25. USD 

0018. Peter Masten Dunne, S.J. Early Jesuit Missions in Tarahumara . Berkeley and Los Angeles, CA: University of California Press, 1948. Very Good lacking DJ. First Edition signed and inscribed by the author 276 pages with index; illustrated with a folding map at rear. Maroon hardcover cloth binding is slightly shelfworn Ex: Arizona Historical Society. $65. USD 

0019. Shine Philips.Big Spring.  New York  Prentice-Hall  1945  8th Printing Very Goodwith erasure scars to front inside board, signed and inscribed "Howdy Folks, Shine Philips" Ex-Book Stop, Albuquerque, NM  $10. USD 

0020. U.S.Hollister.The Navajo and his Blanket. Glorieta, NM The Rio Grande Press 1972. VG. This is a reproduction of the 1903 First edition. Illustrated by stunning photos,some color. First printing 
. $25. USD 

0021. Alvin M. Josephy, Jr. Now That the Buffalo's Gone. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1982. Very Good, stated first edition in a Near very good DJ. DJ by Al Momaday. $10. USD 

0022.William H. Carr. Desert Parade. New York  Viking Press  1947  First Edition Very Good in a good DJ. $10. USD 

0023. Jo Jeffers. Ranch Wife. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Co., 1964. Stated First Edition fine in Very Good DJ Illustrated by Ross Santee. $12. USD 

0024. Howard Kohn. The Last Farmer. New York, Summit Books, 1988. Fine numerically supported first printing in Fine DJ. $10. USD

0025. William Least Heat-Moon. Prairy Erth. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1991. Fine numerically supported first printing in a Fine DJ $10. USD 

0026.Francisco E. Balderrama. In Defense of La Raza.  Tucson : University of Arizona Press, (1982). Near Fine First Edition, review copy with slip laid in in a Very Good DJ with a 1/2" tear to top front panel and another to back panel. $100.00 USD

0027. Paul M. Roca. Paths of the Padres Through Sonora.. Tucson, Arizona, Pioneers' Historical Society, 1967. Near fine first edition Signed by the Author in a Good dJ with a few edge tears. Previous owner's booklate. Ex: Arthur Kyler's Estate sale. $100.00 USD

0028. Antonio de Fierro Blanco. The Journey of the Flame: Being an Account of One Year in the Life of Senor Don Juan Obrigon Known During the Oast Years in the Three Californias as Juan Colorado and to the Indiada of the Same as The Flame. Boston: Riverside Press/Houghton Mifflin, 1933. Cloth. Very Good/Chipped DJ. First Edition. $20. USD 

0029.Anne Merriman Peck. The March of Arizona History. Tucson: Arizona Silhouettes, 1962 ,. Good First Edition lacking a DJ with a front hinge crack.  $10. USD 

0030.Ciye' "Nino" Cochise. The First Hundred Years of Nino Cochise.  New York: Abelard-Schuman, 1971  very Good First Edition in a fair partial DJ missing 2" from top of spine. Signed and inscribed by Cochise "To myFriend Donna, Ciye Nino Cochise 1975." and stamped Cochise Visitor center, Willcox, AZ. Ex: Patterns of the Past, Apache Junction, AZ. $75. USD 

0031. Edward LaRocque Tinker. The Machiavellian Madame of Basin Street & Other Tales of New Orleans. Austin: The Encino Press, 1969. Fine First edition in clear plastic DJ as issued $25. USD 

0032. Dennis and Barbara Tedlock. Teachings from the American Earth. NY: Liveright, 1975 . Very Good stated First Edition numerically supported first printing in a Very Good DJ with a single chip. $10. USD 

0033. John Upton Terrell. Estvanico the Black. Los Angeles, CA: Westernlore Press, 1968. Near Fine First Edition in a Near Fine DJ.  $20. USD 

0034. Edward H. Faulkner. Plowman's Folly. Norman, OK:  University of Oklahoma Press, 1943. Near Fine stated First Edition in a Very Good DJ $20. USD 

0035. Anonymous. Babylon on Hudson. NY Harper 1932. Some wear, DJ chipped, DJ. 368pp. 1st Edition  $15. USD 

0036. Erle Stanley Gardner.The Land of Shorter Shadows. New York: Morrow, 1948. Very Good First Edition lacking a DJ.  $100. USD 

0037. Terry and Renny Russell. On the Loose. San Francisco: The Sierra Club, 1967. Near Fine First Edition in edgeworn Very Good DJ and Very Good faded slipcase. $10. USD 

0038. Nigel Davies.The Toltec Heritage. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1980. A Fine stated First edition in what would be a Near Fine Dj if a 1/4" tear had not been grotesquely repaired with tranparent tape. Book is clean square and beautiful .$15.USD 

0039. The B. C. Indian Arts Society. Mungo Martin Man of Two Cultures. Sidney, BC: Gray's Publishing Limited, 1982 Soft Cover. Good. Pictorial cover. Stapled wraps. Near fine. The story of Mungo Martin honoured Kwakiutl chief and artist. Foreward by Gray Campbell and Dedication by Wilson Duff. . $8. USD 

0040. Edgar Perry. Western Apache Dictionary. Fort Apache AZ: White Mountain Apache Tribe, 1972. Very Good in wraps Signed by Edgar Pery both with his English and Apache name (Jaa Bilataha) Ex: Patterns of the Past, Apache Junction, AZ $20.USD 

0041. Hazel Heckman. Island Year. Seattle: Univ. of Washington, 1972. Near Fine first Edition in Very Good clipped DJ. $10. USD 

0042. Erna Fergusson. Our Southwest. NY & London: Alfred A. Knopf, 1940. good stated first edition with a front hinge crack and moderate wear to spine ends and previous owner's signature. $15. USD 

0043. John Sanford. View From This Wilderness. Santa Barbara: Capra Press, 1977 8vo. 184pp. Fine in Near Fine. First Edition. $12. USD 

0044.Don Russell. The Lives and Legends of Buffalo Bill. Norman, OK:  University of Oklahoma,  1960. Near Fine stated First Edition with a removal scar fep in a Near Fine clipped DJ. $25. USD 

0045. Clarke Venable. All the Brave Rifles.  Chicago Reilly & Lee Company 1929.Very Good  First Edition in A good DJ. $8. USD 

0046. A. Hyatt Verrill. The Real Americans. New York.: G. P. Putnam's Sons. (1954). Near Fine First Edition with a previous owner's signature in a Very Good edge chipped DJ. $15. USD 

0047. Willis King. The Negro in American Life. New York & Cincinnati: The Methodist Book Concern, 1926. Very Good First Edition with Removal scar authorial signature and dedication, fep "With sincere good wishes for a long and fruitful ministry at (undeciperable). Willis J. King." Dated with ownership signature Frank W. Clelland 1936-37. Presentation slip pasted in presented the book to Clellan's last ministerial post Church of the Beatitudes, Phoenix, AZ. EX: Church of the Beatitudes, Phoenix, AZ   $10. USD 

0048. Holling C. Holling. The Book of Indians. NY: Platt & Munk Co., Inc. 1935. Very Good. Dark blue book has 125 clean interior pages. Line drawings on every page. Six full page color illustrations.Lacking DJ No additional printings Listed $15. USD 

0049. Harold Donaldson Eberlein & Cortlandt Van Dyke Hubbard. Historic Houses of the Hudson Valley. New York: Bonanza Books, (1942). Reprint of Architectural Book Publishing 1942 edition. Near Fine in poor DJ   $20. USD 

0050. Marilyn Green & Michael Bennett.. Cincinnati  A Pictorial History. Norfolf, VA: Donning Co., 1986. Near Fine in Very Good DJ Signed and inscribed on FEP " For Lynn In Hopes of bringing you back to Ohio every once in a while Much love, Marilyn  and just as much, Michael" EX: Harris Estate Sale, Phoenix, AZ $25. USD 

051.William F.Buckley. Did You Ever See a Dream Walking? American Conservative Thought in the Twentieth Century Indianapolis:Bobbs-Merrill, 1970 First Edition. Very good in a Very good dustjacket. $8. USD 

052. Maidee Thomas Nelson.  California  Land of Promise. Caldwell, ID, The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1962. Very Good first edition with some edgewear.  $15. USD

053. Paul H. Giddens. Early Days of Oil. Princeton, N. J.  Princeton University Press  1948  First Edition  Very Good in a Fair chipped DJ.  $15. USD 

054. Peter M. Bergman. The Chronological History of the Negro in America.New York: A Bergman Book (Harper & Row), 1969 Very Good/in fair ripped and chipped DJ. First Edition stated. $65. USD 

055. Rutherford Platt. Wilderness. New York: Dodd, Mead and Co, 1961  Very Good First Edition in a Good DJ. $10. USD 

056. Harvey Broome.Faces of the Wilderness. Missoula Mountain Press Pub. /Wilderness Soc. 1972. Very Good in Good+ DJ. 8vo 271 pp B&W Photographs Edges lightly foxed, DJ lightly edgeworn with a 1 1/2" tear The author was one of the eight organizers of The Wilderness Society in 1935.. Foreward William O. Douglas.$10. USD

057. John Steinbeck.America and Americans. NY Viking 1966. Very Good .No DJ previous owner's gift inscription and bookplate. $25. USD

058. Charles L. McNichols. Crazy Weather. New York: Macmillan, 1944. Near Fine First edition in a good DJ $8. USD

059.Odie B.Faulk. Destiny Road. New York Oxford Univ. Press 1973. Near Fine in VG Dust Jacket. First edition  $10. USD