Among the Indians; Eight Years in the Far West 1858-1866

By: Boller, Henry A.

Price: $25.00

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Beautiful little book, part of an ongoing series, one volume of which has been published each year since 1903 by R.R. Donelley to be given to customers, stockholders ,and employees as Christmas keepsakes. The first time these enter the marketplace it's the SECONDARY marketplace. The color changes every 25 years -- this is from the navy blue series. Book measures 4-1/2"x7", has a gilded top edge and 461 pages. Illustrated. The foreword offers a sort of "State of the Union" in which the company reported on the death of the previous year's book's editor Milo Quaife, as well as the news that ground had been broken in Old Saybrook, CT for a new plant designed to handle production for Life Magazine. Text covers the Upper Missouri fur trade. MANY titles available from the navy blue series of the 1950's, 60's and 70's and several from the 1940's red series.

Title: Among the Indians; Eight Years in the Far West 1858-1866

Author Name: Boller, Henry A.

Categories: Fur Trade and Mountainmen, American History, American Indians,

Edition: First Thus

Publisher: Chicago, R.R. Donnelley & Sons (Lakeside Press): 1958

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fine

Jacket Condition: No DJ, as Issued

Seller ID: 24278

Keywords: Lakeside Classics Christmas Keepsake. Death of Milo Quaife. Upper Missouri Fur Trade