One of the Scarcest Colorado ImprintsThomas F. Dawson and F. J. V. Skiff. The Ute War: A History of the White River Massacre and the Privation and Hardships of the Captive White Women Among the Hostiles on Grand River... Denver: Tribune Publishing House, 1879. First edition. Octavo. 184, -192 (advertisement) pages. Illustrated. Modern half dark blue morocco over blue marbled paper covered boards, five raised gilt lined spine bands with gilt title and author names in compartments. Blue marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. Ex-library copy with library ink stamps on title page and few throughout the book's margins. Holograph library ink numbers on verso of title page. Binding very lightly rubbed, small corner bumps. Discoloration to textblock fore-edge and lower edge, not reflected on inner pages. Some foxing and soiling on preliminaries (including title page) and terminal pages. Otherwise occasional spots of foxing or minor smudges. Very good.
"After Hollister's History of the First Col. Regiment, the rarest Colorado imprint," Howes D163
"After Hollister's History of the First Col. Regiment, the rarest Colorado imprint." (Howes D163)
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