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    Ole T. Nystel. Lost and Found; or Three Months with the Wild Indians. Dallas: Wilmans Bros., 1888. First edition. 12mo, 26 pages. Printed wraps. Ole Nystel (1853-circa 1930) was captured by Comanche on Kay Mountain (Bosque County) when he was fourteen years old. After three months, he was ransomed at a trading post in Kansas for $250 worth of goods. Toned with some damage to the wraps.

    Reference: Howes N233. Graff 3057.


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    Auction Dates
    March, 2014
    15th Saturday
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