DescriptionGeneral G. A. Custer. Wild Life on the Plains and Horrors of Indian Warfare. St. Louis: Sun Publishing Co., 1883. Early edition. Publisher's light brown cloth. Covers well worn and soiled. Hinges broken and boards separated. Extremities frayed. Fair.
With A Graphic Account of his Last Fight on the Little Big Horn, as Told by his Wily Foe Sitting Bull. Also Sketches and Anecdotes of the Most Renowned Guides, Scouts and Plainsmen of the West. General Crook and the Apaches. Octavo. 528 pages. Profusely illustrated. Blind-stamped spine and cover faded. Endpapers and preliminaries lightly stained. Toned edges and foxing throughout. Headband barely attached to text block.
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