DescriptionThe Texas Indian Papers in five volumes: Dorman H. Winfrey. Texas Indian Papers 1825-1843. Austin: Texas State Library, 1959. First edition. 8vo, 298 pages. Indexed. Black cloth on boards with gilt lettering. Fraying at the head of spine with mild wear to boards; rear board bows out slightly. Good. [and:] Dorman H. Winfrey. Texas Indian Papers 1844-1845. Austin: Texas State Library, 1960. First edition. 8vo, 453 pages. Indexed. Illustrated. Black cloth on boards with gilt lettering. Some fraying at head of spine; light wear to boards. Very good. [and:] Dorman H. Winfrey. Texas Indian Papers 1846-1859. Austin: Texas State Library, 1960. 8vo, 373 pages. Indexed. Illustrated. Black cloth on boards with gilt lettering. Light wear to spine and boards. Very good. [and:] James M. Day and Dorman Winfrey. Texas Indian Papers 1860-1916. Austin: Texas State Library, 1961. First edition. 8vo, 495 pages. Indexed. Illustrated. Fold out facsimile of "Consolidated Report of Depredations by Indians, 1865-1879." Black cloth on boards with gilt lettering. Fine. [and:] Dorman H. Winfrey, editor. The Indian Papers of Texas and the Southwest, 1825-1916. Volume V. Austin: The Pemberton Press, 1966. First edition. 8vo, 412 pages. Indexed. Yellow cloth over boards; lettering gilt-stamped on spine. From the preface: "This additional volume of the Indian Papers of Texas in no way conflicts with the plan of the earlier four volumes; rather it is intended as a supplement." Mild soiling on the boards; lightly bumped corners. Very good.
The Texas Indian Papers was the printing, in four volumes, of the file located in the Texas State Archives known as "Indian Papers."
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