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    Sidney Jocknick. Early Days on the Western Slope of Colorado and Campfire Chats with Otto Mears, the Pathfider, from 1870-1883, Inclusive. Denver, Colo.: The Carson-Harper Co., 1913. Octavo. 384 pages. Illustrations. Original green cloth. Some rubbing on covers and extremities. Spine concave. Hinges cracked, mull cloth exposed. Light toning on sheets. Thumbsoiling on front endpapers and p. 384. Overall, very good.

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