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Bucking the Sagebrush or The Oregon Trail in the Seventies
G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York and London 1904 - 270 pp., colored tissued frontis, illustrations, fold-out map, gilt top edge, deckled edges. A tight, very good copy with two bumped corners and moderate soiling and wear to boards. No hinge problems! In a clear Mylar protective cover. Former owner's 1904 presentation inscription in period ink. This copy lacks illustrations at p.264 and p.266, The Disappointment of a Lifetime and The Author in '78. A very important range book, as it is one of the few narratives of a west to east trail drive, Oregon to Montana. Reese #120, Merrill Aristocrat, Campbell101 #85, Graff #3957, Herd #2153, Yost-Renner I #19, Dykes High Spot #34, Howes S916, Phelps, Cattle and Outlaws #960. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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