DescriptionH. H. McConnell. Five Years a Cavalryman; or, Sketches of Regular Army Life on the Texas Frontier, Twenty Odd Years Ago. Jacksboro [Texas]: J. N. Rogers & Co., Printers, 1889. First edition. 12mo. 319 pages. Publisher's original brown cloth with titles stamped in gilt on the front board and spine and blind-stamped on the rear board. Printed on pink paper. "The most lively and authentic account of cavalry life in West Texas after the Civil War." (Jenkins, 131).
Condition: Very good. Modest scuffing to spine and front edges of boards. Text block tight. Contents clean. A better than typically encountered copy.
Reference: Adams Herd 1380. Adams Six-Guns 1393. Jenkins Basic Texas Books 131. Graff 2579. Howes M59.
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