Life in the SaddleE[dward]. L. Gallatin. What Life Has Taught me. Denver: Jno. Frederic, Printer, [n.d., circa 1900]. First edition. Signed by the author beneath his portrait on the second front free endpaper and also with a dedication on the front free endpaper. Octavo. , -215 pages. Publisher's original black cloth. A handsome copy in very good condition.
"Gallatin is remembered as the maker of the western Gallatin saddle. Included in his volume of reminiscences is an account of a trip from Denver to Virginia City, Montana, in 1864." (Graff).
References: Graff 1490; Howes G32.
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