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    Floyd Benjamin Streeter. Prairie Trails & Cow Towns. With illustrations from old prints. Boston: [1936]. First edition.

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    Octavo. 236 pages. Original full cloth. Black lettering on front cover and spine. A bit of extremity wear. Spine ends bumped. Light scattered foxing on page edges. Ink inscription on front pastedown. Occasional minor foxing and soiling on terminal leaves. Else, near fine.

    Adams, Rampaging Herd, 2189; Adams, Six-Guns, 2156 ("This able historian gives a good picture of the various cow towns of Kansas and the activities of the gunmen who lived in them"); Howes S1072; Reese, Six Score, 105 ("One of the best books on the cow towns, bringing together considerable information. The history is accurate and well written"). 

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