[Girard, Kansas: Press of The Appeal to Reason, 1915].
Eight plates including frontis. 326 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Original green cloth, stamped in black. Recased, endpapers renewed. Corners bumped, paper flaw to margin of last leaf. Quite clean internally. About very good Howes C590, "aa"; Graff 807; Adams Herd 505; Rader 871WH/9/26/4/back. Item #34298
In addition to the account of the capture of Dull Knife, chief of the northern Cheyennes, the author includes material on cow punchers he knew, descriptions of Indian customs, and a good sprinkling of general tidbits of what he saw in the West. "Reminiscences of frontier life in Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas, 1870-1890" - Rader.