Cattlemen on the Cherokee StripBenjamin S. Miller. Ranch Life in Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory as Told by a Novice. How a Fortune was Made in Cattle. New York: Fless & Ridge Printing Company, 1896. First edition. Twelvemo. - pages. Portrait of the author. Publisher's original printed tan paper wrappers. Trivial loss to head of spine, small closed tear on the lower front wrapper, former owner's name on inside front wrapper, else a superior copy in fine condition. Housed in a custom slipcase with chemise. Rare.
References: Adams, Herd 1485; Graff 2795; Howes M602 "aa".
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