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James Francis Riley
"Recollections of James Francis Riley 1838 - 1918" 1st Edition (1959) Paperback
Independence, Missouri: John Riley James. "Recollections of James Francis Riley 1838 - 1918" 1st Edition (1959) Paperback. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. This is a first edition paperback copy of "Recollections of James Francis Riley 1838 - 1918" published by John Riley James in Independence, Missouri in 1959. This book is published in an octavo format, which refers to the size of leaves produced from folding a full sheet of paper on which multiple pages of text were printed to form the individual sections (or gatherings) of a book. This book has stiff printed wrappers, it has 82 pages, one illustration from a photograph, and a foreword. The inked presentation inscription on the front fly leaf reads, "To Gloria, 6/17/86, I hope you will enjoy reading my great-grandfather's journal. Minnie E. Riley was my great-grandmother and the forward was written by my father, John Riley James. With best wishes, Hetty James Libby." This book includes a great deal of information on the Santa Fe Trail, freighting by ox and mule teams, a trip in 1859 from Missouri to Salt Lake City, cattle driving, a man killed during a cattle stampede, Indians and buffalo, trouble on the border between Kansas and Missouri, travels to Fort Union, and travels to New Mexico by mule team train. This copy has a few minor creases on the front cover, but is otherwise a very fine copy. This is a vintage item and as such, it may show signs of wear. Please see the pictures and grade the quality of this item yourself. Please ask all questions prior to bidding. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. All international orde … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: genealogyrs [Blue Springs, Missouri, United States]
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