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1. Adams, Glen (Publisher). Memorial of William A. Slacum: Praying Compensation for His Services in Obtaining Information in Relation to the Settlements on the Oregon River December 18, 1837. Ye Galleon Press, 1972. Softbound covers. Slight wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $16.50

2. Adams, Paul M. When Wagon Trails Were Dim: Portraits of Pioneer Methodist Ministers Who Rode Them. Montana Conference Board of Education of the Methodist Church, 1957. Some shelf wear. Corners bumped and rubbed. One small puncture hole on the spine cloth. $12.00

3. Adamson, Jack H. The Golden Savage Land. University of Utah, 1967. 36 pages. Softbound covers show light wear to the edges. $9.00

4. Adkison, Norman B. Nez Perce Indian War: And Original Stories. Idaho County Free Press, 1966. 47 pages. Signed by the author. Softbound covers with stapled binding. Light wear to the covers. Overall very good condition. $33.00

5. Ager, Michael S. Clothing Made in the Wilderness. M.S. Ager, 1981. Softbound covers with black strip spine. Some wear to the edges of the covers. Former owner's name is inked out with black Sharpee on the front cover, otherwise near very good. $25.00

6. Aitchison, Stewart. Highroad Guide to the Arizona Mountains & Grand Canyon. Wilderness Press, 2003. 368 pages. Glossy softbound covers show light wear to the edges. $9.95

7. Alexamder, Bob. John H. Behan: Sacrificed Sheriff. High Lonesome Books, 2002. 310 pages. Very good condition, both book and dust jacket. $24.50

8. Allen, Marion V. Jackson Hole Happenings. Short Stories. Allen, 1976. 36 pages. Softbound covers show light wear to the edges. $25.00

9. Allen, O.; Nolie Mumey & Leroy Hafen. Allen's Guide Book and Map to the Gold Fields of Kansas & Nebraska and Great Salt Lake City. Denver, Colorado: Privately Published, 1953. Facsimile edition of the 1859 rare original edition. Bound in blue paper covers. Very good condition. Housed in the original publisher's slipcase. Aal publisher's slipcase. The slipcase has some wear to the edges and a few chips to the paper label on the spine. $24.50

10. Allred, B.W. The Life of a Horse and Buggy Stage Line Operator. Washington, D.C.: Potomac Corral of The Westerners, 1972. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. This is the limited hardback edition of 200 copies, numbered and signed by the author. $18.00

11. Alter, J. Cecil. UTAH HISTORICAL QUARTERLY. Volume 7, Jan. April, July 1939 ; The Diary of Almon Harris Thompson. Salt Lake City: Utah State Historical Society, 1939. Red hardcover binding. Slight wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. Scarce in hardback. $55.00

12. Alter, J. Cecil. James Bridger: Trapper, Frontiersman, Scout and Guide. A Historical Narrative. Long's College Book Co., 1951. Limited to 1,000 and signed by the author on the half-title page. Red covers show some wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tight copy. $38.50

13. Alter, J. Cecil. THROUGH THE HEART OF THE SCENIC WEST. Salt Lake City: Shepard Book, 1927. 220 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. The corners are rubbed through. The binding is tight. The text block is slightly cracked in the middle. This book contains a good section on Yellowstone Park, with photographs. $11.00

14. Alter, J. Cecil. UTAH HISTORICAL QUARTERLY. Volume 15-The Exploration of the Colorado River in 1869. Salt Lake: Utah State Historical Society, 1947. 270 pages. Softbound covers show wear to the spine edges and corners. There is a spill stain to a portion of the bottom of the front cover. The pages are clean and tightly bound. One of the best primary sources for Colorado River exploration. $28.00

15. Alter, J. Cecil, Editor. Utah Historical Quarterly, Volume 9. Salt Lake City: Utah State Historical Society, 1941. Maroon hardback covers show some wear to the edges. $33.00

16. Alter, J. Cecil-editor. Utah Historical Quarterly, Volume 9 in two volumes. Salt Lake City: Utah State Historical Society, 1941. This is complete volume 9 into softbound volumes. Slight wear to the edges of the covers. Slight discoloration to the edges. $32.00

17. Alter, J. Cecil-editor. UTAH HISTORICAL QUARTERLY. Volume 12. 1944. All four numbers are into two softbound volumes in wrappers. Salt Lake City: Utah State Hist. Society, 1944. 222 pages. Softbound covers. Complete weith all four issues in two volumes. Some wear to the spine edges. The volume that contains number 3 and 4 has faint ex-library marks. With articles on Southern Utah and its national parks, Indian Relations on the Mormon Frontier, and  an excellent article on the Deseret Alphabet.  $37.50

18. Alter, J. Cecil-editor. Utah Historical Quarterly: Volumes 1-6. 1928-1933. Utah State Historical Society, 1934. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. A beautiful copy, clean and tight. Very scarce binding with volumes 1-6 bound together. $200.00

19. Alter, J. Cecil-editor. UTAH HISTORICAL QUARTERLY. Volume VIII (8). 1940. Salt Lake City: Utah State Historical Society, 1940. 251 pages. This is the complete volume 8 bound in maroon hardback covers. Slight shelf wear to corners. $34.50

20. Anderson, Eva Greenslit. CHIEF SEATTLE. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers, 1950. 390 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. Corners are slightly bumped. The dust jacket has wear and some chips and tears to the edges. A few soiled spots to the dust jacket. $10.25

21. Anderson, Irving W. A Charbonneau Family Portrait. Biographical Sketches of Sacagawea, Jean Baptiste, and to Toussaint Charbonneau. Fort Clatsop Historical Association, 1988. Softbound covers. Very good condition. $10.00

22. Andrews, Clarence Leroy. The Eskimo and His Reindeer in Alaska. The Caxton Printers, Ltd, 1939. 253 pages. 1939 first edition. Grey-blue cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The corners are lightly bumped. A clean and tight copy. $53.95

23. Andrews, Ralph W.. Redwood: Classic Panorama of a Century. Superior, 1958. Slight shelf wear to the spine, with corners slightly bumped. The dust jacket has small tears and some rubbing, but is still in very presentable condition. $9.50

24. Arkava, Mort. Hiking the Bitterroots  . Mort Arkava, 1995. 123 pages. 1995 first edition. Signed by the author. Softbound covers show light wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $22.75

25. Armin, Calvin Perry & Will G. Robinson. South Dakota Department of History Report and Historical Collections. Volume XXXII (32). South Dakota State Historical Society, 1964. 546 pages. Light wear to the binding. A sturdy copy. $23.50

26. Arnold, Oren. Ghost Gold. San Antonio, Texas: The Naylor Company, 1954. 84 pages. Some shelf wear to binding. Dust jacket has some chips to the edges and some fading. $17.50

27. Arnold, R. Ross. Indian Wars of Idaho. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1932. 268 pages. Scarce 1932 first printing in rare dust jacket. Red cloth covers show light wear and slight dulling to the spine title. Overall the book is in near very good condition. The illustrated dust jacket is present. The jacket has tears and chips along the edges of the front and back flaps and along the front joint where it intersects with the spine. The jacket is still quite presentable. $300.00

28. Arrington, Leonard J. &  John R. Alley. Harold F. Silver: Western Inventor, Businessman, and Civic Leader. Utah State University Press, 1992. Shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has a few small tears and chips to the edges. $17.50

29. Austin, Basil. The Diary of a Ninety-Eighter. John Cumming, 1968. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. A few small soiled spots to the covers. Corners bumped. $28.00

30. Baber, D.F. THE LONGEST ROPE: THE TRUTH ABOUT THE JOHNSON COUNTY CATTLE WAR. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers, Ltd. , 1953. 320 pages. Some shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. The dust jacket has some chips and tears to the edges. Overall a very nice copy, both book and dust jacket. $90.00

31. Bachmann, Frederick W. The Land Between: Dr. James Schiel's Account of the Gunnison-Beckwith Expedition into the American West, 1853-1854. Los Angeles: Westernlore Press, 1957. Light wear to the book and dust jacket. A clean and tight copy. $30.00

32. Backus, Anna Jean. MOUNTAIN MEADOWS WITNESS: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF BISHOP PHILIP KLINGENSMITH. Spokane, Washington: Arthur H. Clark, 1996. 302 pages. VG in dust jacket with slight wear and some fading to the edges. $10.00

33. Bagley, Will. Frontiersman: Abner Blackburn's Narrative. Salt Lake: University of Utah Press, 1992. 309  pages. Near fine condition, both book and dust jacket. $14.00

34. Bagley, Will & David L. Bigler-editors. ARMY OF ISRAEL: MORMON BATTALION NARRATIVES. Spokane: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 2000. 496 pages. Near fine condition. $26.50

35. Bailey L.R. The Long Walk: A History of the Navajo Wars, 1846-68. Los Angeles: Westernlore Press, 1964. 252 pages. 1964 first edition. Wlight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. at $19.95

36. Bailey, Paul. The Claws of the Hawk: The Incredible Life of Wahker the Ute. Los Angeles: Westernlore, 1966. 358 pages. Shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has a few small tears and chips to the edges. $35.00

37. Bailey, Paul. HOLY SMOKE: A DISSERTATION ON THE UTAH WAR. Los Angeles: Westernlore Books, 1978. 151 pages. Some shelf wear to book and dust jacket. $8.50

38. Bailey, Paul. GHOST DANCE MESSIAH. Los Angeles: Westernlore Press, 1970. 206 pages. VG in slightly worn dust jacket with a chips and tears to the edges tears. $12.50

39. Bailey, Paul Dayton. WALKARA, HAWK OF THE MOUNTAINS. Los Angeles: Westernlore Press, 1954. 185 pages. Signed by the author, with an inscription to a friend. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The spine is slightly faded. A couple of small scuffed spots on the covers. $13.95

40. Bailey, Robert G. RIVER OF NO RETURN. THE GREAT SALMON RIVER OF IDAHO. A Century of Central Idaho and Eastern Washington History and Development, Together with the Wars, Customs, Myths, and Legends of the Nez Perce Indians. Lewiston, Idaho: R. G. Bailey Printing Company, 1947. 754 pages. Quite a bit of shelf wear to the spine and corners. Front hinge repaired with archival glue. This is the limited signed 1947 edition. $42.50

41. Bain, H. Foster-editor. TYPES OF ORE DEPOSITS. San Francisco: Mining and Scientific Press, 1911. Some shelf wear. Corners bumped. Some scuffing to binding. Title page has a couple of small perforations from an eraser. Scarce title. $12.50

42. Bair, Elmer O. Elmer Bair's Story: 1899 to 1987. N.p.]: Privately Printed, 1987. 484 pages. Signed by the author. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Dust jacket has some small tears to the edges. Privately printed reminiscences of this long-time Colorado rancher and local LDS Church leader. $32.50

43. Baker, Arthur A. Geology of the Monument Valley-Navajo Mountain Region, San Juan County, Utah. U.S. Govt. Print. Off, 1936. 106 pages. Green softbound covers. Wear and rubbing to the edges.  Some soiling to the covers. The paper is chipped at the spine edges. $18.00

44. Baker, W.W. FORTY YEARS A PIONEER: BUSINESS LIFE OF DORSEY SYNG BAKER, 1848-1888. Seattle: Lowman and Hanford, 1934. 255 pages. Signed by the author. Come shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Slight dulling to cover title. Scarce limited edition. $95.00

45. Ball, George S. Into the Sunset: Reminiscent of Early Days in Northern Weld County. Greely Tribune, 1966. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners.  $42.50

46. Balthasar, Juan Antonio. Father Balthasar Visits the Sinaloa Missions, 1744-1745. Printed for F.W. Beinecke, 1959. 14 pages. Red softbound covers with string-tight binding. One small bump to the upper right corners of the covers. $17.50

47. Bancroft, Hubert H. Reproduction of Hubert Howe Bancroft's History of Utah, 1540-1886. Nevada Publications, 1982. 808 pages. Shelf wear to spine edges and corners. A few small scuffs to the binding. $13.95

48. Bancroft, Hubert Howe. HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA. The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft. Complete set of 7 volumes. [n.p.]: Wallace Hebberd, 1963. Complete set of 7 volumes. Facsimile reprint edition. The books are in beatiful condition with little or no wear. The dust jackets are lightly worn at the edges, but overall near very good condition. A very nice set of the facsimile reprints of this classic California history. $250.00

49. Barbeau, Marius & Art Price. Alaska Beckons. The Caxton Printers, Ltd./ Macmillan Co. of Canada, 1947. 343 pages. Slight shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. A few small soiled spots on the covers. Dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges and some light soiling. $10.00

50. Barber, Pearl Eva. THE GALLOPING GHOSTS OF GALENA. (Idaho) Boise, Idaho: Capitol Lithograph and Printing, 1962. 79 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear and browning to cover edges. A few soiled spots to the covers. The binding is tight. $28.00

51. Barker, James H. Buhl, Idaho: A Century of Stories. Twin Falls, Idaho: Privately Printed, 2006. 317 pages. Glossy softbound covers show light wear to the edges. A scarce privately printed Idaho town history. $68.00

52. Barnes, Christine &  Fred Plughoft &  David Morris &  Fred Pflughoft. Old Faithful Inn. 100th Anniversary. Book and video in box. W.W. West Inc., 2003. 64 pages. Illustrated publisher's box contains the hardback book and the VHS video. The video is unopened and still in original wrapping.  The book and dust jacket are in very good condition. The commemorative box has light wear to the edges. A beautiful Yellowstone and Old Faithful keepsake. $55.00

53. Barnes, F. A. Canyon Country Highway Touring. Four Corners Publications, 1988. 80 pages. Glossy softbound covers in very good condition. $8.50

54. Barnes, James T. Canyon County a Treasure of Land & Its People: Volume II. Idaho Press Tribune, 2001. Oblong glossy hardback covers in very good condition. $14.50

55. Barsness, Larry. Heads, Hides & Horns: The Compleat Buffalo Book. Texas Christian University Press, 1985. 233 pages. Ex-library copy, with library labels on the dust jacket and library stamps inside the covers. Light wear overall.  The binding is tight and the pages are clean. $18.00

56. Beal M.D. A HISTORY OF SOUTHEASTERN IDAHO: AN INTIMATE NARRATIVE OF PEACEFUL CONQUEST BY EMPIRE BUILDERS. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers, 1942. Some shelf wear. A clean and tight copy.  $45.00

57. Bearss, Edwin C. & A.M. Gibson. Fort Smith: Little Gibraltar on the Arkansas. University of Oklahoma Press, 1969. 349 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. $24.25

58. Beattie, George William. Heritage of the Valley: San Bernardino's First Century. Pasadena, California: San Pasqual Press, 1939. 459 pages. 1939 first edition. Wear and some rubbing to the edges and corners of the binding. Some darkening and slight fading around the edges of the boards. Still a tight copy. The dust jacket is quite discolored. soiled and foxed, with chips and tears to the edges. A very scarce history of this California Mormon settlement. $80.00

59. Becker, Robert H. THOMAS CHRISTY'S ROAD ACROSS THE PLAINS: A GUIDE TO THE ROUTE FROM MORMON CROSSING. Denver: Old West Publishing Co. , 1969. Some shelf wear, with corners slightly bumped. Some soiling and small chips to dust jacket. $14.95

60. Beckwith, Frank A. Indian Joe, in Person and in Background: Historical Perspective into Piute Life. DuWil Pub. Co., 1975. Softbound covers show some wear to the edges and light soiling. A clean and tight copy. $34.50

61. Beckwith, Frank A. Indian Joe, in Person and in Background: Historical Perspective into Piute Life. DuWil Pub. Co, 1975. Shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has a few small tears and chips to the edges. $44.00

62. Belden, L. Burr.. The Mississippians and the Georgians of the Death Valley 1849 Party. Death Valley Forty-Niners, 1975. Softbound covers show some wear to the edges. Overall near very good condition. $20.00

63. Bell, W.S. OLD FORT BENTON, WHAT IT WAS, AND HOW IT CAME TO BE. Helena, Montana: Private Printing, 1909. 31 pages. Ex-library, bound in hardback buckram library binding, with labels on spine and labels inside the front cover. The text is clean and unmarked. $12.50

64. Belshaw, Maria Parsons &  Michael L. Tate. Crossing the Plains to Oregon in 1853. Ye Galleon Pr, 2000. 134 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners, else very good. $90.00

65. Bennett, Edwin Lewis. BOOM TOWN BOY:  IN OLD CREEDE, COLORADO. Chicago: Sage Books, 1968. 213 pages. Ex-library, with labels on spine of book and dust jacket, and labels and pocket inside the front cover. There is a library label on the front cover of the dust jacket. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. The binding is tight. $13.50

66. Bennett, James. Overland Journey to California:  Journal of James Bennett Whose Party Left New Harmony in 1850 and Crossed the Plains and Mountains Until the Golden West Was Reached. Glen Adams, 1988. 90 pages. Slight wear else very good condition. $18.00

67. Bennett, William P. THE FIRST BABY IN CAMP: A FULL ACCOUNT OF THE SCENES AND ADVENTURES DURING THE PIONEER DAYS OF `49. Salt Lake City: Rancher Publishing Co. , 1893. 68 pages. Tan printed wrappers. Light wear to the edges of the covers. Slight soiling to the edges of the wrappers. A couple of small tears to the paper on the spine edges. Overall near very good. $75.00

68. Benton, Thomas Hart. Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri on the Oregon Question Delivered in the Senate  of the United States May 22, 25 & 28, 1846. Ye Galleon Pr, 1998. 98 pages. Slight wear else very good condition. $45.00

69. Berg, Gunder V. Walsh Heritage: A Story of Walsh County and Its Pioneers. Volumes 1 and 2. Walsh County, North Dakota: Walsh County Historical Society, 1976. Volumes 1 and 2. Large red cloth covers show light wear to the spine edges and corners. Overall very good condition. An excellent North Dakota history. $90.00

70. Berry, Emmett R. A History of the Jack Ranch: Including Its Family and Friends. s.n.], 1975. 123 pages. Signed by the author. Brown softbound covers show some wear to the edges and a few lightly soiled spots. The bottom right corner is slightly bumped. $31.50

71. Bettis, Mark H. For Wood and Water: Steamboating on the Missouri River, 1841-1846. Marhbet Productions, 2000. Glossy softbound covers show light wear to the edges. $9.50

72. Biddle, Nicholas. The Journals of the Expedition Under the Command of Captains Lewis and Clark. Easton Press, 1962. 545 pages. Two volume set bound in full green leather, with raised leather bands on the spine and gold decoration on the front and back covers. All page edges are gilt. Very light wear to the corners. Overall very good condition. A beautiful publication of this classic and the exploration of the American West. $70.00

73. Biggs, Donald C. The Pony Express, Creation of the Legend. 1956. 20 pages. Heavier stock brown flexible paper covers show light wear. Overall very good condition. Simited to 500 copies. $16.95

74. Bigler, David & Will Bagley. Army Of Israel: Mormon Battalion Narratives. Utah State University Press, 2000. 492 pages. Glossy softbound covers show light wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tight copy. Glossy softbound covers in very good condition. $17.50

75. Bigler, David L. FORT LIMHI: THE MORMON ADVENTURE IN OREGON TERRITORY, 1855-1858. Spokane: Arthur H. Clark Company, 2003. 376 pages. Near fine condition. $32.95

76. Bigler, David L. FORGOTTEN KINGDOM: THE MORMON THEOCRACY IN THE AMERICAN WEST, 1847-1896. Spokane, Washington: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1998. 416 pages. Near fine condition. A clean and bright copy. $26.95

77. Birney, Hoffman. Grim Journey: The Story of the Adventures of the Emigrating Company Known As the Donner Party. Minton Balch & Co., 1934. 275 pages. 1934 second printing. Some shelf wear to binding. Dt jacket has some wear to the edges and a few small chips to the edges. $8.50

78. Bischof, Henning. DIE SPANISCH-INDIANISCHE AUSEINANDERSETZUNG IN DER NORDLICHEN SIERRAQ NEVADA DE SANTA MARTA (1501-1600). Bonn, Germany: Privately Printed, 1971. 518 pages. 1971 printing . Green softbound covers. There is wear and some scuffing, discoloration and fading to the covers. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. The text is in German. English translation is "THE SPANISH-AMERICAN INDIAN CONFLICT IN NORTHERN NEVADA". $20.00

79. Black, Kevin D & Michael D. Metcalf. The Castle Valley Archaeological Project: An Inventory and Predictive Model of Selected Tracts. Utah State Office, Bureau of Land Management, 1986. 196 pages. Softbound covers show slight wear to the edges. Overall near very good condition. $4.95

80. Blaikie, W.G. Summer Suns in the Far West. Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1890. 1890 printing. Red cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges. There is some darkening and soiling to the spine. Some glue repair to the spine cloth. The folding illustrated frontispiece is half missing.The covers have some soiling to the edges and wear and rubbing to the corners, with the corners bumped. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. $25.00

81. Blaine, Martha Royce. The Ioway Indians.  Univ of Oklahoma Pr, 1979. 384 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small chips and tears. $9.50

82. Blair, Emma Helen. The Indian Tribes of the Upper Mississippi Valley and Region of the Great Lakes. Volumes I & II bound together. Kraus Reprint Company, 1969. Ex-library ink stamps on the edges of the text block. Some wear to the binding. Corners slightly bumped. This is the complete work, comprising volumes I & II, bound together. $38.00

83. Blanchard, Rose Arrington. Ginia, The Story of an Oregon Pioneer. Camas Press, 1954. Brown softbound covers with brown cloth spine. There is wear to the edges of the covers and spine, with a few small tears to the cover edges. The pages are clean and the binding is tight. Overall a solid copy. $48.00

84. Bliss, D. W. Bud. BLISS, THE TOWN AND THE MAN. Hermiston, Oregon: Litho Printing, 1976. Some shelf wear. Signed by author. Underlining to some pages. $10.00

85. Boas, Franz. HANDBOOK OF AMERICAN INDIAN LANGUAGES. Part 2. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1922. 901 pages. Softcover binding. There is wear and some chips and tears to the edges of the covers and spine. Pages are tightly bound. $9.25

86. Bonney, Edward. THE BANDITTI OF THE PRAIRIES OR, THE MURDERER'S DOOM: A TALE OF THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY. Norman: University of Oklahoma, 1963. 262 pages. Shelf wear to spine edges and corners. Tust jacket has small tears and chips. Western Frontier Library edition. $9.95

87. Booker, Anton S. Wildcats in Petticoats: A Garland of Female Desperados - Lizzie Merton, Zoe Wilkins, Flora Quick Mundis, Bonnie Parker, Katie Bender and Belle Starr. Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1945. Light green softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. There is discoloration to the edges of the front and back cover. The pages are browned. $22.50

88. Borthwick, J.D. 3 Years in California. Biobooks, 1948. Slight shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. $45.00

89. Bourne, E.G. & H.W. Scott. The Whitman Myth. N.p.: Privately Printed, 1903. 13 pages. Small pamphlet with stapled binding. Beautifully preserved and in very good condition. No date of publication, but probably around 1903, from dates within the text. $10.00

90. Bowers, Martha H. HISTORY OF CENTRAL NEVADA:  AN OVERVIEW OF THE BATTLE MOUNTAIN DISTRICT. Reno, Nevada: Nevada State Office, Bureau of Land Management, 1982. 209 pages. Green softcovers. Slight wear. HA clean and tight copy. $27.50

91. Brackett, Albert G. GENERAL LANE'S BRIGADE IN CENTRAL MEXICO. Cincinnati & New York: H. W. Derby & Co. & J. O. Derby, 1854. 1st Edition. 336 pages. Original light brown cloth. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Some fading and discoloration to the binding. The spine title is faded. The binding is tight. T couple of page signatures are loosening in the middle of the book, but still attached. Overall a nice copy of this rare first edition Mexican War and frontier military history. $450.00

92. Bradley, John E. AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY AND PREDICTIVE MODEL OF SELECTED AREAS OF UTAH'S CISCO DESERT. Salt Lake City: Utah State Office, Bureau of Land Management, 1986. 114 pages. Large softbound covers. Slight shelf wear to the edges of the spine and covers. Slight browning to covers. Pages are clean and tightly bound. $17.50

93. Braithwaite, Barbara. A HISTORY OF RICHARDSON (1873-1973). Richardson, Texas: Richardson Historical Society, 1973. 78 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. $22.50

94. Brannan, Sam & Will Bagley. SCOUNDREL'S TALE: THE SAMUEL BRANNAN PAPERS. Kingdom in the West Series. Volume 3. Spokane, Washington: Arthur H. Clark Company, 1999. 476 pages. Light shelf wear. The binding is tight and the pages clean. $31.50

95. Brent, William. The Complete and Factual Life of Billy the Kid. Frederick Fell, 1964. 212 pages. Shelf wear to the spine edges. The dust jacket has light wear to the edges. $8.50

96. Brimlow, George F. Cavalryman Out of the West. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers, 1944. 442 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Slight fading to the spine title. the dust jacket has some chips to the edges of the spine and some wear and a few small tears to the edges. $19.50

97. Brooks, Bryant B. Memoirs of Bryant B Brooks: Cowboy, Trapper, Lumberman, Stockman, Oilman, Banker, and Gov. Wyoming. Glendale, California: Arthur H. Clark, 1939. 370 pages. Signed by the author. Faint ex-library markings at the bottom of the spine. Inside the back cover is a label identifying this book as formerly being in the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad collection. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. A solid copy. $85.00

98. Brooks, Juanita. HISTORY OF THE JEWS IN UTAH AND IDAHO. Salt Lake City: Western Epics, 1973. 252 pages. Shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has a few small tears and chips to the edges. $7.00

99. Brooks, Juanita-editor. ON THE MORMON FRONTIER: THE DIARY OF HOSEA STOUT, 1844-1861. Volume 1 and 2 complete. Salt Lake City: University of Utah, 1964. 327 pages. 1964 first printing. Volumes 1 and 2 complete. Shelf wear to spine edges and corners. The dust jackets show wear and rubbing to the edges. There are a couple of small chips to the edges of the dust jackets. $35.00

100. Brooks, Noah. FIRST ACROSS THE CONTINENT: THE STORY OF THE EXPLORING EXPEDITION OF LEWIS AND CLARK IN 1803-4-5. Palladium Press, 2007. Full black leather edition. Light wear. Overall very good condition. $16.25

101. Brown, James S. GIANT OF THE LORD: LIFE OF A PIONEER. Salt Lake: Bookcraft, 1960. 542 pages. Some shelf wear and rubbing to the edge of the binding. $20.00

102. Brown, John Evans. Memoirs of an American Gold Seeker. Fairfield, Washington: Ye Galleon Press, . Softbound covers with stapled binding. Light wear to the covers. $15.00

103. Brown, Merle Blinn. Eight Rattles and a Button. San Antonio, Texas: Naylor Company, 1967. 153 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. $5.75

104. Brown, Randy &  Reg Duffin. Graves and Sites on the Oregon and California Trails. Oregon California Trails Assn, 1998. 145 pages. Glossy softbound covers show light wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy of a scarce title. $89.50

105. Browning, Sinclair. Enju: The life and struggle of an Apache chief from the Little Running Water. Northland Press, 1982. 154 pages. Signed by author. Shelf wear to the edges of the covers. The dust jacket has slight soiling and where to the edges. $10.00

106. Bruce, Miner Wait. Alaska: Its History and Resources, Gold Fields, Routes and Scenery. Seattle, Washington: Lowman & Hanford Stationery and Printing Company, 1895. 128 pages. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The corners are slightly bumped. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. A beautiful pictorial illustrated front cover which is still bright and clean. Overall near very good. A remarkable copy for the age. The folding map is present in the pocket inside the back cover. $95.00

107. Bryant, Edwin. WHAT I SAW IN CALIFORNIA: BEING THE JOURNAL OF A TOUR, BY THE EMIGRANT ROUTE AND SOUTH PASS OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS. Minneapolis: Ross & Haines, 1967. Very good condition in dust jacket with slight wear and small chips to the edges. Reprint edition. $15.00

108. Bryson, J. Gordon, Or Pete Shady. Culture of the Shin Oak Ridge Folk. Firm Foundation Publishing House, 1964. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. Dust jacket has some chips and tears to the edges. $18.95

109. Buchanan, James. The Utah Expedition: Message from the President of the United States, Transmitting Reports from the Secretaries of State, of War... Relative to the Military Expedition Ordered into the Territory of Utah. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1858. 215 pages. Rebound in recent black buckram. Original printed wrappers. There is some browning to the edges of some of the pages. A clean and tight copy. A detailed report of the ongoing Utah expedition and Utah war of 1858. Flake 9221. $350.00

110. Burch, John P. CHARLES W. QUANTRELL: A TRUE HISTORY OF HIS GUERRILA WARFARE ON THE MISSOURI AND KANSAS BORDER DURING THE CIVIL WAR... Vega, Texas: J. P. Burch, 1923. 266 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped.  $21.95

111. Burchfield, Jerry. In Transition, El Toro: A Photographic Essay From Past to Present. Great Park Conservancy, 2003. 95 pages. Hardback covers. Very good condition in dust jacket. The jacket has a small area on the front cover with black fleck marks, not obtrusive. A scarce title. Illustrated throughout with beautiful photographs of the El Toro, California area. $95.00

112. Bureau Of American Ethnology. Forty-Fifth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, 1927-1928. G.P.O., 1930. Softbound covers. Ex-library, but with minimal library usage. There is a library label on the spine, but no other library marks, stamps, or bookplates. Green cloth cover show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The binding is tight and the contents, including all of the illustrations.    $33.00

113. Bureau Of American Ethnology. Forty-Third Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to The Smithsonian Institution, 1925-1926. Smithsonian Institution, 1928. Ex-library, but with minimal library usage. There is a library label on the spine, but no other library marks, stamps, or bookplates. Green cloth cover show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The binding is tight and the contents, including all of the illustrations. With articles on Osage and Iroquoian Indians and other scholary articles. $25.00

114. Burkett, Russell. Everything You Wanted to Know About Gold and Other Precious Metals Including Silver, Platinum and Palladium. Gem Guides Book Co., 1980. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. Some underlining. Top corner bumped. $5.75

115. Burkey, Blaine. Wild Bill Hickok: The Law in Hayes City. Thomas More Prep, 1975. Large green Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges and light soiling to the covers. $12.50

116. Burr, Agnes. Alaska, Our Beautiful Northland of Opportunity. The Page co., 1919. Pictorial brown cloth covers show some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The covers and spine have some rubbed and discolored spots at the edges. The binding is tight. $20.00

117. Burrows, Rufus Gustavus. A Long Road to Stony Creek: Being the Narratives of Rufus Burrows and Cyrus Hull of Their Eventful Lives in the Wilderness West of 1848-1858. Lewis Osborne, 1971. 72 pages. Limited to 650 copies. Very good condition. A beautiful copy. $95.00

118. Burton, Richard F. The City of the Saints and across the Rocky Mountains to California. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1963. 654 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. The dust jacket has a few small tears to the edges. $15.00

119. Cafky, Morris. Colorado Midland. Signed Limited Edition. Rocky Mountain Railroad Club, 1965. Sturdy black cloth binding shows light wear. Limited edition, signed by the author. The five folding maps in the pocket inside the back cover are present and in very good condition. A beautiful book and an excellent historical work. $110.00

120. Calle, Paul & Pam Hait. Paul Calle,  An Artist's Journey. Venice, Florida: Mill Pond Press, 1994. 149 pages. Large oblong binding. Light wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small tears and chips. The text block has a crack, but is holding. Beautifully illustrated in full color. $30.00

121. Campbell, William C. FROM THE QUARRIES OF LAST CHANCE GULCH. Volume II. Helena, Montana: Bell-Arm Corp., 1964. 247 pages. Ex-library, with library ink on spine and labels inside the front cover. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Binding is tight. $12.50

122. Canaday, Dayton W. & Jan Dykshorn. South Dakota Historical Collections. Volume 38. South Dakota State Historical Society, 1976. 566 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners.  $18.50

123. Canaday, Dayton W. & Jan Dykshorn. South Dakota Historical Collections. Volume 38. South Dakota State Historical Society, 1976. 566 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. $18.50

124. Cannon, Miles. Waiilatpu, Its Rise And Fall, 1836-1847: A Story Of Pioneer Days In The Pacific Northwest Based Entirely On Historical Research. Ye Galleon Press, 1969. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. $35.00

125. Canton, Frank M. Frontier Trails: The Autobiography of Frank M. Canton. UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA PRESS, 1966. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket with some wear to spine and edges. $35.00

126. Carr, Mary Jane. Children of the Covered Wagon: A Story of the Old Oregon Trail. Thomas Y. Crowell company, 1934. 318 pages. 1934 first edition in scarce dust jacket. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Dust jacket has some chips and to the edges, but is still in collectible in presentable condition. 3 $75.00

127. Carroll, John M. Custer's Cavalry Occupation of Hempstead & Austin, Texas & The History of Custer's Headquarters Building. Arthur H. Clark Co, 1983. 40 pages. Softbound covers with stapled binding. Slight wear to the edges of the covers. A clean and tight copy. $40.00

128. Carter, Harvey Lewis. Zebulon Montgomery Pike: Pathfinder and Patriot. Printed by the Dentan Print. Co, 1956. 32 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $8.50

129. Carter, Kate B. TREASURES OF PIONEER HISTORY. Volume 5. Salt Lake City: Daughters of Utah Pioneers, 1956. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tight copy. Very Scarce D.U.P. series book. $54.50

130. Cash, Joseph H. South Dakota Historical Collections.  Volume 41. South Dakota Historical Society, 1982. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners, else very good. $13.95

131. Centralia Washington. Centralias First Century, 1845 1955. Tumwater, Washington: H.J. Quality Printing, 1977. 130 pages. Green cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners and slight dulling to the gold title on the spine and covers. A clean and tight copy. $26.95

132. Chadwick, Margaret Lee. Looking at the Sunset Upside Down: The Autobiography of Margaret Lee Chadwick. Omega Books, 1976. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. A few small stained spots to the covers. $50.00

133. Chappell, Gordon &  Robert W. Richardson &  Cornelius W. Hauck. The South Park Line: A Concise History.  Colorado Railroad Museum, 1974. 280 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Some light soiling on the covers. Dust jacket has chips and tears. $24.95

134. Chase, Don M. He Opened the West: And Led the First White Explorers through Northwest California, May-June, 1828. Del Norte Triplicate Press, 1958. 36 pages. Softbound covers in very good condition. $6.25

135. Cheely, William W. and H. Percy Raban. Back-Trailing on the Old Frontiers. John Osterberg, 1990. Signed by author. Slight wear else very good condition. Limited to 500 copies, of which this is number 155. $50.00

136. Christian, Lewis Clark. A Study of Mormon Knowledge of The American Far West Prior to the Exodus.   (BYU Master's Thesis). BYU, 1972. Black buckram covers show light wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tight copy. This was the author's Master's Thesis at Brigham Young University. $25.00

137. Christianson, Charles J. & Pauline Priest. Pictorial Biographies of Utah and Wyoming. Pictorial Publishers / Queen Beach Printers, Inc., . 214 pages. Slight shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $33.00

138. Chuinard, E.G. Only One Man Died: The Medical Aspects of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Ye Galleon Press, 1998. 444 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. The white covers show some soiled spots. $10.00

139. Churchill, Charles William. Fortunes Are for the Few: Letters of a Forty-Niner. San Diego Historical Society, 1977. 136 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has some wear to the edges. $7.50

140. Clark, Adelle Rogers. LEBANON ON THE PRESTON: A CASUAL BIOGRAPHY OF A BLACKLAND VILLAGE. Wolfe City, Texas: Henington Publishing, 1959. 79 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear. Some light soiling to the covers. A scarce Texas history. $46.50

141. Clark, Art. Ballad of a Laughing Mountain. Counterpoint Productions, 1991. Signed by the author. Softbound covers show some wear to the edges. $9.95

142. Clark, Barzilla W. BONNEVILLE COUNTY IN THE MAKING. Idaho Falls, Idaho: Barzilla W. Clark, 1941. 140 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Slight fading to the spine. $40.00

143. Clark, Keith & Lowell Tiller. Terrible Trail: The Meek Cutoff, 1845. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1967. 244 pages. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The top right edge of the covers and pages have dampstaining from water contact. The pages have a slight wave at that spot, but it only affects a small portion of the pages at the edges. $15.00

144. Clark, Sterling B.F. How Many Miles from St. Jo? The Log of Sterling B.F. Clark, a Forty-Niner. Ye Galleon Pr, 1988. 56 pages. Slight wear else very good condition. $15.00

145. Clark, Sterling B.F. How Many Miles from St. Jo? The Log of Sterling B.F. Clark, a Forty-Niner, and a brief Autobiography of James Phelan, 1819-1892. San Francisco: Taylor & Taylor, 1929. 56 pages. Some wear to the spine edges. The corners are rubbed through. Binding is tight. $8.95

146. Clarke, Dwight L. Stephen Watts Kearney, Soldier of the West. University of Oklahoma, 1961. 448 pages. Shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has a few small tears and chips to the edges. $75.00

147. Clayton, Roberta Flake. PIONEER MEN OF ARIZONA. 1974. 521 pages. Softbound. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine and corners. Some waterstain marks and some soiling to the front cover. Some stained spots on the first few pages. Very scarce title, with history and biographies of LDS men who settled Arizona. $47.50

148. Cleland, Robert Glass. Pathfinders. Powell Publishing Company, 1929. 452 pages. Red pebbled cloth covers. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped.  $10.50

149. Cleland, Robert Glass and Brooks, Juanita. A MORMON CHRONICLE: THE DIARIES OF JOHN D. LEE, 1848-1876. Volume I and volume II complete set. San Marino, California: The Huntington Library, 1955. 1955 first printing. Two volume set. Slight shelf wear to spine edges and corners. Dust jackets have edge-wear and a few small tears. First edition of this important historical publication. $60.00

150. Codman, John. The Round Trip, By Way of Panama, Through California, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, and Colorado with Notes on Railroads, Commerce, Agriculture, Mining, Scenery, and People. G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1879. 1879 edition. Green cloth covers show wear and rubbing to the spine edges, with the corners slightly bumped. Some discoloration and small soiled spots to the covers. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. A solid copy. $49.50

151. Coffin, Morse H. The Battle of Sand Creek. W.M. Morrison, 1965. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. Pages untrimmed. Limited to 300 copies. $65.00

152. Collier, Inez L. On This Side of Jordan. Yreka, California: I.L. Collier, 1981. 96 pages. Signed by the author on the title page. Softbound covers show some wear to the edges. Light soiling to the edges of the covers. $7.95

153. Collinson, Frank [Edited and Arranged by Mary Whatley Clarke]. Life in the Saddle. Univ. of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1963. 244 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket with faded spine and edges. $19.50

154. Colonel R. B. Marcy. Thirty Years Of Army Life On The Border. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1866. 442 pages. 1866 printing. Original cloth covers.Quite a bit of shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to the spine and corners. The binding is tight. $45.00

155. Coman, Katharine. ECONOMIC BEGINNINGS OF THE FAR WEST: HOW WE WON THE LAND BEYOND THE MISSISSIPPI. Two volumes in one edition. New York: Macmillan, 1930. This is the 1930 two-volume-in-one edition. Some shelf wear to spine edges. Top of spine slightly bumped. Overall a beautiful copy, with title in bright gold on spine. $20.00

156. Comancho, El. The Old Timer's Tale. Canterbury Press, 1929. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. $12.00

157. Conrotto, Eugene L. Miwok Means People: The Life and Fate of the Native Inhabitants of the California Gold Rush Country. Valley Publishers, 1973. 131 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Dust Jacket has some soiling on the covers. $27.95

158. Cook, Marion. WHERE FLOWS HOOD RIVER. Portland, Oregon: Hicks-Chatten Engraving, 1907. 91 pages. Flexible board covers with dust jacket bound onto the boards. Some wear to the edges. A few chips and tears to the paper spine at the edges. $12.00

159. Coolidge, Grace. Teepee Neighbors. The Four Seas Company, 1917. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. The scarce dust jacket has chips and tears to the top and bottom, especially on the front panel and spine. Still presentable and quite scarce for a 1917 dust jacket. $35.00

160. Cooper, Amanda O. & Eugene Wilson. They Came: A History of Early Settlers of Iona, Idaho. N.p.: Privately printed, 1948. 132 pages. Yellow softbound covers show some wear to the edges. There are a few small stained spots to the cover. The pages are clean and tightly bound. With 132 pages of historical text and numerous photographs and biographical sketches. An excellent history of this Idaho community and region. There is no date listed, but from the looks of the binding and photographs, looks to be from the 1940's. $28.00

161. Corle, Edwin. DESERT COUNTRY. New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1941. Signed by the author, with an inscription to a friend 1941 fifth printing. Light wear and to the spine edges. Dust jacket has some wear and small chips to the edges. Second printing. $30.00

162. Coutant, Charles Griffin & William A. Hinrichs. History of Wyoming and the Far West. Set of two volumes. Argonaut Press, 1966. 736 pages. Two volume set. Published in 1966. Green cloth covers show some wear to the spine edges and the corners. A clean and tight set. $85.00

163. Couts, Cave Johnson & Henry F. Dobyns. Hepah, California! The Journal of Cave Johnson Couts from Monterey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico to Los Angeles, California During the Years 1848-1849. Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, . Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. $58.00

164. Cowling, Cloah Sebastian. The Land of Sunrise Mountains. vantage press, 1956. Signed by the author. Shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has a few small tears and chips to the edges. $14.50

165. Cox, Nellie I. A Harsh Land and Proud: Saga of the "Arizona Strip". Cox Printing, 1982. 357 pages. Signed by the author, with a reminiscing inscription. Light wear to the edges. A scarce history of this Mormon settlement and the pioneers who braved the elements to homestead the Arizona Strip. $135.00

166. Cox, Nellie Iverson & Helen B. Russell. Footprints on the Arizona Strip (with Accent on "Bundyville"). [n.p.]: Privately Printed, 1973. 250 pages. Signed by both authors, and signed a second time by author Helen B, Russell, with an accompanying humorous inscription to a friend. Sight wear to the edges of the spine and corners. A clean and tight copy. Sand tight copy. An excellent history of this regional area, first settled by Mormon homesteaders and pioneers. Numerous historical photographs and excellent historical text. $85.00

167. Cox, Ross. THE COLUMBIA RIVER: OR SCENES AND ADVENTURES DURING A RESIDENCE OF SIX YEARS ON THE WESTERN SIDE OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS AMONG VARIOUS TRIBES OF INDIANS HITHERTO UNKNOWN. Norman: University of Oklahoma, 1957. 398 pages. Some shelf wear to binding. Corners bumped. Dust jacket has some chips to the edges. $14.50

168. Cox, Zina Kunk Fuit Hatch . The Hills of Bern. published privately, 1985. Large softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. Scarce Idaho history. $88.00

169. Crafts, Mrs. E. P. R. Pioneer Days in the San Bernardino Valley. 1906. Green cloth covers. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. Bottom corners slightly bumped. A very nice copy. $33.00

170. Cram, Thomas Jefferson. Topographical Memoir. Ye Galleon Pr, 1998. 126 pages. Red hardback covers in very good condition. Limited to 250 numbered copies, of which this is #70. $39.50

171. Crampton, C. Gregory. The Discovery of the Green River. s.n, 1952. Grey softbound covers show light wear and some discoloration to the edges. $8.75

172. Crawford, Isabel & B/W Photos. Kiowa: Story of a Blanket Indian Mission. Fleming H. Revell, 1915. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. A clean and tight copy. $25.00

173. Criqui, Orvel A. Fifty Fearless Men: The Forsyth Scouts and Beecher Island. Walsworth Pub, 1993. 332 pages. Signed by the author. Limited edition. Slight shelf wear, else VG in lightly worn dust jacket.  $68.00

174. Croft, Toni; Bradner, Phyllice. Touring Juneau - Or Backstreets, Byways, Bawdy-houses, Bars And Bodacious Biographies - Collection Of Old-time & Modern Photos... Privately printed, 1973. Yellow softbound covers in very good condition. $12.50

175. Croghan, Colonel George, edited by Francis Paul Prucha. Army Life on the Western Frontier: Selections from Official Reports Made Between 1826 and 1845 by Colonel George Croghan. University of Oklahoma Press, 1958. Very good condition in dust jacket with slight wear and small chips to the edges. $9.75

176. Cronise, Titus Fey. The Natural Wealth of California: Comprising Early History; Geography, Topography, and Scenery; Climate; Agriculture and Commercial Products. H.H. Bancroft & Company, 1868. 696 pages. 1868 first edition. Green cloth covers show wear to the spine edges and corners. The spine has a piece of the cloth missing between about one and 2 inches in the top of the spine. A few scuffed marks to the covers. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. $25.00

177. Cronkhite, Daniel-compiler. Home on the Range: The Making of a Song. Morongo Valley, California: Sagebrush Press, 1987. 20 pages. 1987 printing. Small brown pamphlet with stapled binding. Very good condition. This was the Christmas keepsake issued by the Sagebrush Press for 1987. $15.00

178. Crossen, Forest. The Switzerland Trail of America. Signed, Limited Edition. PRUETT, 1962. Limited edition, signed by the author. Shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has a few small tears and chips to the edges. $42.50

179. Crossley, Rod. Chasing the SP in California, 1953-1956. Southern Pacific Historical Technical Society, 2011. 274 pages. Fine condition, both book and dust jacket. $82.50

180. Culmsee, Carlton. UTAH'S BLACK HAWK WAR: LORE AND REMINISCENCES OF PARTICIPANTS.. Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press, 1973. 181 pages. Softbound covers show some wear to the edges of the spine and corners. A clean and tight copy. $17.50

181. Culmsee, Carlton Fordis. Utah's Black Hawk War: Lore and Reminiscences of Participants. Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press, 1973. 181 pages. Slight shelf wear to the edges of the covers. The dust jacket has some soiling on the back panel and light wear, but is otherwise near very good condition. $17.50

182. Cumming, John. The Pilgrimage of Temperance Mack. Ye Galleon Pr, 1999. 1999 Ye Galleon Press edition. Glossy softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. $75.00

183. Cummings, Byron. Indians I Have Known. Arizona Silhouettes, 1952. 55 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners.  $5.75

184. Cummins, Ella Sterling. Story of the Files: A Review of Californian Writers and Literature. Yosemite Collections, 1982. This is the 1982 facsimile edition, limited to 500 copies. There is some wear to the spine edges and corners. Overall near very good condition. $33.00

185. Cummins, Sarah J. Autobiography and Reminiscences. Ye Galleon Press, 1988. 92 pages. Slight wear else very good condition. $13.25

186. Curtin, Walter Russell. Yukon Voyage: Unofficial Log of the Steamer Yukoner. The Caxton printers, ltd, 1938. 299 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners rubbed. Dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges, with a few larger pieces missing at the top. $44.50

187. Curtis, James. Riding Old Trails. Rocky Mountain Books, 1983. Very good condition. $25.00

188. Cushman, Dan. Montana, The Gold Frontier. Stay Away Joe Pub, 1973. 293 pages. Signed first edition. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. Dust Jacket has slight wear and a a few small chips to the edges.  $35.00

189. Custer, General George Armstrong. My Life on the Plains, or, Personal Experiences with Indians. New York: Sheldon & Company, 1874. First edition. 1874 rare first edition of this classic Western Americana autobiography. Quite a bit of wear to the spine edges and corners. Hinges are tight. The text block has a couple of places where it is starting to crack, but it isn't cracked and the binding is sound, with no loose pages. A few pages have foxing and dampstains at the edges, but not extensive. Corners rubbed and bumped. The gold illustration has dulledon the front cover, but it is still readable. A solid copy overall. $875.00

190. Dale, Harrison Clifford. The Ashley-Smith Explorations and the Discovery of a Central Route to the Pacific, 1822-1829. Arthur H. Clark, 1918. 352 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. The corners are slightly worn through. Slight fading to the spine. The binding is tight and overall this is a solid copy of the 1918 first edition. $75.00

191. Dalley, Gardiner F. THE LITTLE MAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES: EXCAVATIONS ON THE VIRGIN RIVER NEAR HURRICANE, UTAH. Salt Lake City: Bureau of Land Management, Utah State Office, 1988. 328 pages. Large softbound covers. Slight shelf wear to be edges of the spine and covers. Pages are clean and tightly bound. $18.95

192. Dangberg, Grace. Washo Texts. University of California press, 1927. Softbound covers. Edges of the covers have chipping to the edges in places. The front joint is about 1/3 torn from the bottom up, but still intact. The pages are tight and clean. $29.50

193. Davies, David W. Ward Ritchie His Printing and His Books. Dawsons Book Shop, 1984. Flexible card covers show some wear to the corners. The top corners are slightly bumped. A couple of very small stains to the covers. $40.00

194. Davis, Mary Lee . We Are Alaskans. W.A. Wilde co, 1931. 335 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. The corners are bumped. There is some rubbing to the white title on the spine. $8.95

195. Dawson, Thomas Fulton. The Ute War:  A History of the White River Massacre. Johnson Pub. Co, 1980. 184 pages. Glossy softbound covers show light wear to the spine egdes and corners. $9.25

196. de Woelmont, Le Baron Arnold . SOUVENIRS DU FAR-WEST. Paris, France: E. Plon, 1883. 269 pages. Original binding. A couple of pages are loosening near the back of the book, but still attached. Some shelf wear to the spine and corners. Text is in French. The author spent some time in select cities among the Mormons. He devotes pages 143-186 in chapter 3 to his commentary and observations of Utah and the Mormons. A scarce publication. $125.00

197. Dehoyos, Genevieve & Arturo. Indian Affairs #4: The Crow Indian Reservation of Montana. Brigham Young U.P., 1969. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. $17.50

198. Delafosse, Peter, Korns, J. Roderic Korns and Dale Morgan. WEST FROM FORT BRIDGER. Together with TRAILING THE PIONEERS. Two volume boxed deluxe set. Limited to 300 sets signed. Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press, 1994. Both volumes in VG condition in fine slipcase.  Both volumes are limited to 300 copies and both are signed by all authors and contributors. "West From Fort Bridger" is signed by Harold Schindler and Will Bagley. "Trailing the Pioneers" is signed by all of the contributors; Peter H. DeLafosse, Steven K. Madsen, Roy D. Tea, Jack B. Tykal, Rush Spedden, Will Bagley, and Harold Schindler.   $100.00

199. DeLamar Mining Company. The DeLamar Mining Company, Limited. Directors' and Mine Manager's Reports, Balance Sheet and Statements of Account Four Financial Year Ending 31st March, 1894. To Be Presented at the Third Annual General Meeting of the Shareholders. London, England: DeLamar Mining Company, 1894. 22 pages. Softbound covers show wear and slight soiling. There is a vertical crease in the middle of the booklet from it being folded. Some wear to the edges and a couple of chips to the top of a few of the pages. Contains financial reports, production reports, and various other company information. Also includes a foldout map at the end of the book entitled "Cross Section of DeLamar Mountain Shewing Approximately the Vein System of DeLamar Mines. $85.00

200. Delano, Alonzo. The Miner's Progress: Or, Scenes in the Life of a California Miner. Printed at the Grabhorn Press, 1943. 2 pages. Softbound covers show light wear. Overall near very good condition. $30.00

201. Delavan, James. The Gold Rush: Letters of Dr. James Delavan from California to the Adrian, Michigan, Expositor, 1850-1856. Cumming Press, 1976. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners.  $20.00

202. Dellenbaugh, Frederick. A Canyon Voyage: The Narrative of the Second Powell Expedition Down the Green-Colorado River From Wyoming. New Haven, Connecituct: Yale University Press, 1926. 1926 printing. Blue cloth covers show shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped $49.50

203. Deming, William Chapin & Agnes Wright Spring. Collected Writings and Addresses of William Chapin Deming. Complete set of 4 volumes. Arthur H. Clark, 1946. 1482 pages. Complete set of 4 volumes. Slome sear to the spine edges and corners, with a couple of corners bumped on the volumes. Overall clean and tight books. $125.00

204. Denny, Arthur A. Pioneer Days on Puget Sound. Glen Adams, 1980. 100 pages. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Light soiling to the edges of the front cover. $17.50

205. Densmore, Frances. Yuman and Yaqui Music. University of Michigan Library, 1932. 276 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. Spine faded. A couple of small tears to the edges of the front cover. $12.00

206. Densmore, Frances. PAWNEE MUSIC. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1929. 129 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Spine title slightly faded. A clean and tight copy.  $8.95

207. Denver and Rio Grande Railroad. Rocky Mountain Scenery. A Brief Description of Prominent Places of Interest along the Line of the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad. With Numerous Illustrations. The Scenic Route across the Continent and the Only Line Passing through Salt Lake City... Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, 1888. 79 pages. Oblong original black cloth covers. Published circa 1888, as per dates shown in some of the advertisements. The spine and corners show wear, with the corners rubbed through and slightly bumped. There are some rubbed and scuffed spots to the covers. The front and back hinges are repaired with archival glue. Some dampstaining and soiling to the page edges and there are dampstains the the edges of the plates. Includes numerous illustrations throughout, including some reproduction plates of William Henry Jackson photographs. Numerous advertisements throughout. A very scarce publication. $200.00

208. DeQuille, Dan & Richard E. Lingenfelter. Washoe Rambles.  Westernlore Press, 1963. 169 pages. Slight shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. Dust jacket has small chips and tears.  $22.50

209. Dick, Everett Newfon. Life in the West: Before the Sod-House Frontier. Prairie press, 1947. 6 pages. Signed by author. Some shelf wear to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $10.50

210. Dickson, Albert Jerome Dickson, Arthur Jerome,. Covered Wagon Days: A Journey Across the Plains in the Sixties, and Pioneer Days in the Northwest. The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1929. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. The spine has some light discolored spots. $60.00

211. Dieber, Eddie. General George Armstrong Custer's Biography in Pictures. Washburn Printing Center, 1968. 132 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. $10.50

212. Dixon, Madoline Cloward. PETEETNEET TOWN: A HISTORY OF PAYSON, UTAH. Payson, Utah: Privately Printed, 1978. Signed by the author. Light wear to spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has a few small tears to the edges. Some waterstaining to a few page edges. $25.00

213. Dodds, Gordon. Hiram Martin Chittenden: His Public Career. The University Press of Kentucky, 1982. 232 pages. Ex-library, with library ink marks on the bottom of the spine. Light wear to the binding. $9.00

214. Dodge, Grenville M. Biographical Sketch of James Bridger: Mountaineer, Trapper, and Guide. None Indicated, 1970. Light brown stapled softbound covers in very good condition. $9.50

215. Dodge, Major Gen'l Grenville M. BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF JAMES BRIDGER, MOUNTAINEER, TRAPPER AND GUIDE. Hunz & Company, . Ex-library, with labels on the spine and a small label on the top of the front cover and labels inside the front cover. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Binding is tight. This is a facsimile reprint edition. $10.00

216. Donaldson, Thomas. Idaho of Yesterday. Caxton Printers, ltd, 1941. 406 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. A few discolored and rubbed spots to the front cover. A binding is tight and the pages are clean and free from defects. $42.50

217. Dorris, Jonathan Truman &  Dorris Truman. The Oregon Trail. Ye Galleon Pr, 1973. 80 pages. Glossy hardback covers in very good condition. $12.50

218. Dosch, Henry Ernst. Reminiscences of Col. Henry Ernst Dosch. Galleon Press, 1972. 19 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. Limited to 200 copies. $14.95

219. Dr. Ernest N. Huthinson. Told By The Pioneers: Reminiscences Of Pioneer Life In Washington, Volume 3. WPA, 1938. WPA publication. Brown softbound covers show wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. $35.00

220. Dressler, Albert. California's Pioneer Circus. Albert Dressler, 1926. 98 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. Some fading to the front cover. $14.95

221. Driggs, Howard R And Sarah King. Rise of the Lone Star. Frederick A. Stokes, 1936. Signed by the author, with an inscription to LDS President Heber J. Grant and his wife. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. A small ring stain is on the front cover. The dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges and some soiling. $25.00

222. Drumheller, Dan. Uncle Dan Drumheller Tells Thrills of Western Trails in 1854. Ye Galleon Pr, 1985. 129 pages. $18.00

223. Duncan, Kunigunde. Blue Star. The Caxton printers, ltd, 1938. 211 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. A few small stains on the front cover. $20.00

224. Dundass, Samuel R. &  George Keller. The Journal of Samuel Rutherford Dundass Crossing the Plains to California in 1849. Glen Adams, 1983. 106 pages. Slight shelf wear to cover, pencil underlining on many pages. $8.00

225. Dunn, Marion. Bingham Canyon. Publisher's Press, 1973. Slight wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tight copy. $22.50

226. Durlach, Theresa Mayer & Frank Boas. The Relationship Systems of the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian. Volume 11. American Ethnological Society, G.E. Stechert and Co., Agents, 1928. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners bumped. Some rubbed spots on the covers. $125.00

227. Dusenberry, Verne & Lynne Dusenberry Crow. The Montana Cree: A Study in Religious Persistence. University of Oklahoma Press, 1998. 288 pages. Glossy softbound covers show light wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $11.00

228. Dwyer, Robert Joseph. The Gentile Comes to Utah: A Study in Religious and Social Conflict. Catholic University, 1941. 270 pages. Signed by the author. Boftbound covers. Some wear to the edges. $12.50

229. Dye, Eva Emery. STORIES OF OREGON. San Francisco: The Whitaker and Ray Company, 1904. 203 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Oly bumped. Slight soiling to the covers. $14.50

230. Dykes, Jeff. American Guide Series: A Catalog and Check List. Jeff Dykes/Western Books, 1966. 36 pages. Signed by the author. Limited edition of 100 copies, of which this is #94.  Slight wear to the edges of the covers. Plain white dust cover issued with the book has a small tear and some rubbing to edges. $200.00

231. E.P. Charlton & Company. Spokane, the Heart of the Inland Empire. Spokane, Washington: E.P. Charlton & Co., 1909. 40 pages. Oblong green paper covers. There is some discoloration to the edges and one torn spot at the upper left corner of the spine. A couple of other small chips to the spine paper. With black-and-white photographs throughout. A good early viewbook of Spokane. $17.50

232. Earl, Guy Chaffee. Indian Legends and Songs. Arthur H. Clark, 1980. 79 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn plain brown dust jacket. $23.50

233. Eberhart, Perry. Treasure Tales Of The Rockies. Sage Books, 1961. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has light wear and small chips to the edges. $9.50

234. Eddy, Clyde. Danger River: Being an Account of the Only Successful Attempt to Navigate the Rapids of the World's Most Dangerous River. Skeffington & Son, 1930. Shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to the cover and spine. Corners bumped and rubbed through. The spine has small chips along the top and bottom edges. There is a split to the cloth at the top of the junction of the front joint and the spine, measuring about 2-3 inches, and a smaller split at the bottom of the front joint. The cover is still firmly attached. $75.00

235. Eldredge, John. The Utah War: A Guide to the Historic Sites. South Pass to Camp Floyd. Salt Lake City: Privately printed, 2008. 150 pages. Glossy softbound covers in very good condition. $48.00

236. Eldredge, John. Illustrated Emigrants' Guide to the Historic Sites Along the Hastings/Mormon Trail. Fort Bridger to the Salt Lake Valley. Salt Lake City: TrailBuff.com Press, 2005. 179 pages. Signed by the author. Glossy softbound covers in very good condition. $55.00

237. Elliot, Thomson C. The Earliest Travelers on the Oregon Trail. Ye Galleon Pr, 1975. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $38.50

238. Ellison, Glenn R. Slim. Cowboys Under the Mogollon Rim. University of Arizona Press, 1968. 274 pages. Some shelf wear to binding. Dust jacket has small chips and tears to the edges. $24.95

239. Ellsworth, S. George. THE ALEXANDER JAMES PORTRAIT OF FREDERICK JACKSON TURNER. Western History Association, 1978. 4 pages. This is an offprint from the Western Historic Quarterly volume 9, number 3, July 1978. Very good condition. Softbound pamphlet with stapled binding. $12.50

240. Elsensohn, Sister M. Alfreda. Pioneer Days In Idaho County. Volume 1 Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, 1947. This is volume 1 only. Shelf wear to spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small tears and chips. $28.50

241. Elwood, Louie Butler. Queen Calafia's Land, An Historical Sketch of California. The Grabhorn Press, 1940. Limited to 325 copies. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. The spine has some flaking and discoloration to the leather material, which looks to be common for this material based on reading other condition descriptions for this title. $39.50

242. Emerson, Tom. SEAPLANES FROM COEUR D'ALENE. [n.p.]: Private Printing, 1973. 128 pages. Some shelf wear to binding. Sust jacket has some wear to the edges. $11.95

243. Engelhardt, Zephyrin. Mission San Juan Bautista: A School of Church Music. [Missions and Missionaries of California, New Series, Local History]. Mission Santa Barbara, 1931. Maroon cloth covers show some wear to the spine edges. The front corners are lightly buped. Gold-illustrated front cover. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. A very nice copy. $110.00

244. Englert, Lorene. Oliver Perry Wiggins: Fantastic, Bombastic Frontiersman. Palmer Lake, Colorado: Filter Press, 1968. 60 pages. Signed by both authors. Softbound covers with stapled binding in very good condition. $45.00

245. Erlanson, Charles B. GENERAL MILES, THE RED MAN'S CONQUEROR AND CHAMPION. GENERAL MILES CAMPAIGN AGAINST LAME DEER. [n.p.]: Privately Printed, 1969. 32 pages. Signed by the author. Ex-library. Entirely rebound in library buckram. with spine marks and label and pocket removal marks inside the front cover. $15.00

246. Esmeralda, Aurora. Life and Letters of A Forty-Niner's Daughter. San Francisco: Harr Wagner Publishing Company, 1929. 1929 first printing. This is #435 of a limited edition of 1600 copies. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Some dulling to the gold title of the front cover and spine. A few rubbed spots to the covers. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. $25.00

247. Etulain, Richard W. & Bert W. Marley. The Idaho Heritage: a Collection of Historical Essays. Pocatello, Idaho: Idaho State University, 1983. 230 pages. Large softbound covers. Light wear to the edges of the binding. $10.25

248. Evans, John V. IDAHO ALMANAC. Executive Office of the Governor, 1977. Softbound covers show wear to the edges of the spine and corners. There are a few soiled spots to the front cover. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. $8.50

249. Ewers, John Canfield. The Blackfeet: Raiders on the Northwestern Plains.   University of Oklahoma Press, 1976. 345 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. Dust jacket has small chips and tears. $17.50

250. Ewing, Douglas C. Pleasing the Spirits: A Catalogue of a Collection of American Indian Art. Ghylen Press, 1982. 401 pages. Ex-library, with library label on the dust jacket spine. Light wear to the binding. The dust jacket is taped at the flaps to the boards. A solid copy, clean and tightly bound. $29.50

251. Ewing, Sherm. The Ranch: A Modern History of the North American Cattle Industry. Mountain Pr, 1995. 373 pages. Fine condition in a very good dust jacket. $12.00

252. Fagan, Damian. Hiking Guide Arches National Park. Canyonlands Natural History Association, 1992. 40 pages. Softbound covers show light wear to the edges and corners. A very nice copy. $8.25

253. Faithfull, Emily. Three Visits to America. NY, Fowler & Wells, c., 1884. Green pictorial illustrated cloth covers. There is shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped and starting to rub through. The text block is slightly cracked in the middle, but the binding is holding. The author gives a narrative of her travels through various regions of the United States. The narrative includes a detailed and lengthy account of her opinions and observations of Salt Lake City of the Mormons. Predictably, it is quite derogatory, with not a lot of effort at objectivity. $25.00

254. Falbo, Ernest. California and Overland Diaries of Count Leonetto Cipriani from 1853 through 1871:  Containing kthe Account of His Cattle Drive From Missouri to California in 1853; a Visit With Brigham Young in the Mormon Settlement of Salt Lake City. The Champoeg Press, 1962. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. $45.00

255. Fallwell, Gene. The Comanche Trail of Thunder and the Massacre At Parker's Fort May 19th, 1836. Dallas, Texas: Historic Texas Trails Series, 1960. 28 pages. White softcovers with stapled binding. Some soiling to the front and back covers. Former owners name in large letters at the top of the half-title page. A scarce publication. $15.00

256. Farmer, David. THE COLLECTOR'S EYE: SELECTIONS FROM THE SALLY ZAISER COLLECTION OF PAUL HORGAN. Dallas, Texas: Southern Methodist University Press, 1991. Softbound covers. Light wear. $9.95

257. Farner, Mabel M. Yesteryears in Lakeview. (Idaho). Mabel M. Farner, 1988. 181 pages. Spiral-bound softcover binding with light wear to the covers. A clean and tight copy of this scarce, privately-printed Idaho history. $37.50

258. Federal Writer's Project W.P.A.. A South Dakota Guide. America Guide Series. Pierre, South Dakota: State of South Dakota, 1938. 411 pages. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The corners are slightly bumped. Map is missing from back pocket. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. A solid copy. $52.50

259. Federal Writers Project-WPA. The Oregon Trail: The Missouri River to the Pacific Ocean. Hastings House, 1939. 1939 first edition. Tan tweed illustrated cloth covers show light wear to this edges and corners. Very small stain at the top of the front cover. The back cover has a small hole burned about halfway through the cover. The whole measures less than a half-inch wide by about a quarter inch high. The fold-out color map is present inside the back cover. A very scarce WPA publication in the American Guide Series and an excellent historical reference book. $75.00

260. Ferguson, Charles D. California Gold Fields.  Biobooks, 1948. 163 pages. Slight shelf wear. Light rubbing the covers. Pages untrimmed. $11.50

261. Ferrel, Mallory Hope. West Side: Narrow Gauge in the Sierra. Pacific Fast Mail, 1979. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. Former owner's bookplate affixed to the front illustrated endpage. $28.50

262. Ferrell, Mallory Hope. Nevada Central: Sagebrush Narrow Gauge. Heimburger House Publishing Co., 2010. 204 pages. Very good condition, both book and dust jacket. $32.95

263. Ferris, George T. Our Native Land: or, Glances at American Scenery and Places, with Sketches of Life and Adventure. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1891. 615 pages. 1891 printing. Gazette avocado-green decorated cloth binding. There is some shelf wear to the spine edges. The corners are slightly bumped and rubbed. A clean and tight copy in near very good condition. Profusely illustrated throughout with woodcuts. A visually beautiful book. $95.00

264. Fewkes, J Walter. Forty-fourth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1926-1927 Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1928. Green cloth binding. Some shelf wear to the spine and corners, with slight fading to the spine and corners slightly bumped. A clean and tight copy in near very good condition overall. $24.50

265. Fewkes, J. Walter. Forty-Fourth  Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, 1926-1927. U.S. Government Printing Office, 1928. Ex-library, but with minimal library usage. There is a library label on the spine, but no other library marks, stamps, or bookplates. Green cloth cover show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The binding is tight and the contents, including all of the illustrations. With articles on California Mound Builders and Chickasaw and Chippewa Indians. $20.00

266. Fielding, Robert Kent. The Unsolicited Chronicler: an Account of the Gunnison Massacre, It's Causes and Consequences Utah Territory, 1847-1859. Brookline, Massachusetts: Paradigm Publications, 1993. 474 pages. Very good condition in very good condition. $20.00

267. Finerty, John F. Warpath and Bivouac: Or, the Conquest of the Sioux. Digital Scanning Inc., 2000. 468 pages. Glossy hardback covers. Facsimile reprint of the rare 1890 first edition. Aear fine condition. $28.50

268. Fireman, Bert M. A TALK HONORING LAWRENCE CLARK POWELL ON THE OCCASION OF HIS 70TH BIRTHDAY. Tucson: Platyne Press, 1977. 18 pages. Softbound covers.  Very good condition. $18.00

269. Fisher, Vardis. Tale of Valor: A Novel of Lewis & Clark Expedition. New York: Doubleday, 1958. Some shelf wear to the spine edges. Corners slightly bumped. The dust jacket has some small chips and wear to the edges and folds. $19.50

270. Flandrau, Grace. Astor and the Oregon Country. Great Northern Railway, 1930. Brown paper wrappers show some wear to the edges. A couple of small tears and light soiled spots to the covers. A clean and tightly bound copy. $38.00

271. Fleek, Sherman L. History May Be Searched in Vain: A Military History of the Mormon Battalion. The Arthur H. Clark Company, 2006. 422 pages. Blue hardcover binding in very good condition. $23.95

272. Fleisher, Kass. The Bear River Massacre and the Making of History. State University of New York Press, 2004. 366 pages. Glossy softbound covers in very good condition. $13.50

273. Fleming, Elvis E. And Ernestine Chester Williams. Treasures of History II: Chaves County, Vigettes. Chaves County Historical Society, 1991. Glossy softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. The cover is white so it shows marks of rubbing and soiling. Tight copy. $6.00

274. Fletcher, Patricia K. &  Jack E. Fletcher. Cherokee Trail Diaries. Volumes I & II bound together.  Volume I-1849, A New Route to the California Gold Fields. Volume II-1850, Another New Route to the California Gold Fields. Sequim, Washington: Fletcher Family Foundation, 1999. 418 pages. Signed by both authors. This is the hardback edition. Fine condition. $48.50

275. Flint, Thomas &  Waldermar Westergaard. Diary of Dr. Thomas Flint California to Maine and Return 1851-1855. San Benito County Historical Society, 1987. 113 pages. Original printed wrappers. There is some wear to the spine edges. The back cover has a couple of tears and some creases to the edges. The pages are clean. Includes a fold-out map of the route. $45.00

276. Florin, Lambert. Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming Ghost Towns. Superior Pub, 1971. 111 pages. Softbound covers. Bhelf wear and rubbing to the edges. $11.50

277. Folkman, David I. THE NICARAGUA ROUTE. University of Utah Press, 1976. 173 pages. Glossy softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. No underlining. $16.50

278. Forbes, Jack D. INDIAN PROPERTY RIGHTS AND THE PUBLIC DOMAIN:  WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO NEVADA AND CERTAIN WESTERN STATES. Reno, Nevada: American Indian Historical Society, 1966. 26 pages. Rebound in light purple library buckram. Ex-library, with spine marks and label and pocket removal marks inside the front cover. Typescript pages. $38.00

279. Forbes, Robert H. The Penningtons, Pioneers of Early Arizona: A Historical Sketch. New Era Printing,, 1919. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. Small stain to the top of the front cover. A clean and tight copy. $75.00

280. Foreman, Grant. Pioneer Days in the Southwest. Cleveland, Ohio: Arthur H. Clark, 1926. 349 pages. 1926 first edition. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. A few slight soiled spots to the covers. A few of the text pages are uncut at the fore-edge. Slight buckling of cloth to a few places on back cover. $100.00

281. FORREST, EARLE & EDWIN B. HILL.. Lone War Trail of Apache Kid. Trail's End Publishing, 1947. Signed by author. Limited edition. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners a bit rubbed. Some fading to the title on the front cover. $15.00

282. Forster, Dale E. OREGON EXPRESS COMPANIES. Lake Oswego, Oregon: Raven Press, 1985. 231 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG. Limited to 500 copies. An important historical book. $39.50

283. Foster County History Book Committee. A History of Foster County North Dakota. Foster County Commission/Foster County Centennial, 1983. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. A clean and tight copy. $34.50

284. Fowler, Harlan. Camels to California. Stanford University Press, 1950. Some shelf wear. Dust jacket has some chips and tears to the edges. $14.00

285. France, L.B. Mountain Trails and Parks in Colorado.  Chain, Hardy & Co., 1888. Ex-Library stamps on the title page and markings on a few other pages. Heavy shelf wear to spine extremities. Binding sound. A few repaired tears to the cloth. The corners are rubbed through. 1888 edition. $15.00

286. Frances, Densmore. Papago Music. Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 90. GPO, 1929. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $16.00

287. Frank C. Robertson and Beth Kay Harris. Soapy Smith: The King of the Frontier Con Men. Hasting House, Publishers, 1961. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small chips and tears. $20.00

288. Frank, Herman W. Scrapbook of a Western Pioneer. Times-Mirror Press, 1934. 1934 first printing. Blue cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners, with the corners bumped. A clean and tight copy. $7.50

289. Franklin County Historical Society. The Passing of the Redman: Being a Succinct Account of the Last Battle That Wrested Idaho from the Bondage of the Indians. Preston, Idaho: Franklin County Historical Society and Monument Committee, 1917. 15 pages. 1917 first edition. Brown paper illustrated wrappers. There are small chips to the edges of the spine and corners. The text is clean and in very good condition. The historical account of the Battle of Bear River. Very scarce in first edition. $45.00

290. Franzwa, Gregory M. MAPS OF THE OREGON TRAIL. Signed by the author. Gerald, Missouri: The Patrice Press, 1982. Signed by the author, with a warm inscription to a colleague. Very good condition in lightly edge-worn dust jacket. $150.00

291. Frederick Centennial Book Committee. Frederick, South Dakota, 1882-1982. Frederick, South Dakota: Frederick Centennial Book Committee, 1982. 256 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. $35.00

292. Frederick, J.V. Ben Holladay the Stagecoach King. A Chapter in the Development of Transcontinental Transportation. Glendale, 1940., 1940. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Some pages are uncut. $26.95

293. Freeman, George D. Midnight and Noonday; or the Incidental History of Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory. G.D. Freeman, 1892. 1892 second edition. Quite a bit of shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to the spine and corners. Some soiling to the covers. Corners rubbed through. $65.00

294. Fremont, Jessie Benton. A Year of American Travel. Narrative of Personal Experience. The Book Club of California, 1960. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket with slight soiling. Limited to 450 copies. $22.50

295. Fremont, John Charles. Narrative of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the Year 1842, And to Oregon and North California, in the Years 1843-44. Syracuse, New York: Hall & Dickson, 1848. 427 pages. This is the 1848 printing. This edition was issued without the large folding map. It has two plates and has advertisements at the back. Original black cloth binding. This copy has been nicely preserved, with only light shelf wear to the spine edges. The corners are slightly rubbed through. A few small discolored spots to the front cover. Gold illustration of an elk standing on rocks is present at the bottom of the spine. The pages are tightly bound. There is a dampstain to the top edges of the pages and some scattered foxing, mostly to the edges and margins of the pages. A beautiful copy of this important exploration narrative, which became one of the most influential publications the early history of migration in the American West. $150.00

296. Fretwell Hazel R. They Came to Jordan. Self Published, 1995. Signed by the author. Ex-library, with labels on spine and a small label on the top of the front cover and labels inside the front cover. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Binding is tight. $15.00

297. Fretwell, Hazel Danner. BEHIND THE HILLS Boston: Christopher Publishing House, 1949. 165 pages. Signed by the author. Some shelf wear. Dust jacket has some chips and tears to the edges. $8.25

298. Frontier Publishing. THE DEAD AND DYING GHOST TOWNS OF SOUTH WEST ALBERTA. (The Ghost Towns Journal, volume 1). Alberta, Canada: Frontier Publishing Ltd. , . 40 pages. Softbound covers. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners and slight soiling. $12.95

299. Frost, Lawrence A. Boy General in Bronze. Custer, Michigan's Hero on Horseback. Arthur H Clark, 1985. Very good+ condition in VG plain white dust jacket. $39.50

300. Frush, William H. The Overland Diary: Detailing His Trip across the Plains to Oregon. Ye Galleon Pr, 1988. 79 pages. Ye Galleon Press edition. Decorated hardback covers in very good condition. $65.00

301. Fry, Eleanor. Salida, The Early Years. Arkansas Valley Pub. Co, 2001. 264 pages. Glossy softbound covers show light wear to the edges. $33.50

302. Furlong, Charles Wellington. LET 'ER BUCK: A STORY OF THE PASSING OF THE OLD WEST. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1921. 242 pages. 1921 first edition. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. The corners are bumped. A few pages have small soiled spots to the edges. Illustrated with great rodeo bucking bronc photographs. $10.50

303. Gallagher, Mary Kathryn. City of Lebanon Historic Context Statement. (Oregon). Dalton's Printing, 1994. Large glossy softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. Title written on spine with a black Sharpie. Small tear to the paper at the top of the spine. $95.00

304. Garber, Vie Willits. Big Horn Pioneers, 1878-1900. Big Horn, Wyoming: School District 1, 1961. 115 pages. 1961 first edition. Softbound green covers. Some wear to the edges of the covers. The top of the spine is slightly bumped. $22.50

305. Gardner, A. Dudley. HISTORIC INVESTIGATIONS OF THE BEAR RIVER DIVIDE SEGMENT OF THE OREGON TRAIL. Rock Springs, Wyoming: Western Wyoming College, 1987. Large softbound covers show light wear to the edges. With map packets bound in the back inside cover of the book. All maps are present. $19.50

306. Gauss, Katherine F. Golden Days in the Golden West. Salem, Massachusetts: Newcomb & Gauss, 1920. Ca. 1920 printing. Heavy wear to the edges of the boards and corners, with some scuffs and rubbed spots. The corners are rubbed through. Oough. There are some foxed spots to the title page and the first few text pages. $75.00

307. Geary, Edward R. Depredations And Massacre By The Snake River Indians. YE GALLEON PRESS, 1966. Softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. $6.00

308. George A. Ogle & Company. Central South Dakota. Memorial and Biographical Record and Illustrated Compendium of Local Biography. Including Biographical Sketches of Hundreds of Prominent Old Settlers and Representative Citizens. Chicago: George A. Ogle & company, 1899. 1106 pages. Full dark brown leather binding with gold titles on the front cover and spine. Page edges are gilt. There are small chips to the leather at the edges of the spine. The corners are rubbed through and slightly bumped. A few rubbed and scuffed spots to the leather binding. The text block is tight and sound and the pages are clean and tightly bound. With numerous photographic portrait illustrations. A rare South Dakota history. With hundreds of entries of early South Dakota settlers, with accompanying biographical sketches. $650.00

309. George Rice & Sons. The Picture Story of the San Francisco Earthquake: Wednesday, April 18, 1906. Los Angeles: George Rice & Sons, 1906. 32 pages. Oblong softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. Some soiling, mostly around the edges of the covers. $45.00

310. George Thomas Marye. From '49 to '83 in California and Nevada. Chapters From the Life of George Thomas Marye, a Pioneer of '49. AM Robertson, 1923. 1923 printing. Red cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges, with a few small chips to the cloth at the bottom of the spine. The spine is also faded and has some darkening. The front cover have a few discolored spots and some soiling. The back cover has a discolored strip at the top and some discolored spots at the bottom of the covers. The binding is square and the pages are clean and tight. $30.00

311. Gerhard, Peter. Pirates on the West Coast of New Spain, 1575 -1742. The Arthur H. Clark Co., 1960. Slight shelf wear to spine edges and corners. $33.50

312. Gifford, Edward W. & Gwendoline Harris Block-ompilers. Californian Indian Nights Entertainments: Stories of the Creation of the World, of Man, of Fire. Arthur H. Clark Co, 1930. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tight copy in near very good condition. $37.50

313. Gilliam County Historical Society & photographs. The History of Gilliam County, Oregon. Taylor Publishing Company, 1981. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. Beautiful gold-embossed illustration on the front cover. Overall very good condition. $100.00

314. Goodwin, Charles Carroll. The Wedge Of Gold. Tribune Job Printing Company,, 1893. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. There is a thin vertical stain along the outer edge of the front cover. $25.00

315. Gottfredson, Peter. INDIAN DEPREDATIONS IN UTAH. Salt Lake: Privately Printed, 1969. 1969 reprint of the 1919 first edition. Light wear to the binding. A beautiful copy. $48.00

316. Goulder, W.A. Reminiscences of a Pioneer: Incidents in the Life of a Pioneer in Oregon and Idaho. Boise, Idaho: Timothy Regan, 1909. 1909 first edition. Blue cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The corners are rubbed and slightly bumped. A few small scuffed spots to the front and back covers. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. The back blank endpaper has been removed, but all text pages are present. A scarce title. $90.00

317. Government Printing Office. FORTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF AMERICAN ETHNOLOGY TO THE SECRETARY OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, 1928-1929. Washington D.C: Government Printing Office, 1930. 654 pages. Large green paper covers. Numerous photographic illustrations. About 1/3 of the front cover is torn away at the top. Ex-library label on the spine and some lamination to the paper covers. Includes "Anthropological Survey in Alaska", by Ales Hrdlicka, and "Indian Tribes of the Upper Missouri", by Edwin T. Denig. $20.00

318. Grant County Historical Society. 100 Years in Grant County, South Dakota, 1878-1978. Pierre, South Dakota: State Publishing Company, 1979. 528 pages. Red hardback covers. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners.  A clean and tight copy. An excellent South Dakota history. $69.50

319. Greenie, Sydney. Furs to Furrows; an Epic of Rugged Individualism. Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1939. Shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has several long tape-repaired tears. $20.00

320. Gregg, J.R. A HISTORY OF THE OREGON TRAIL, SANTA FE TRAIL, AND OTHER TRAILS. Portland, Oregon: Binfords & Mort, Publishers, 1955. 313 pages. Shelf wear to binding. In edge-worn d.j. with a tape-repaired vertical strip across the front panel. $7.95

321. Gregory, Herbert E. Scientific Explorations in Southern Utah. American Journal of Science, 1945. Softbound covers show some wear and slight discoloration to the edges. One small tear to the right side of the front cover. The pages are clean. $22.50

322. Grinnell, George Bird. THE CHEYENNE INDIANS. THEIR HISTORY AND WAYS OF LIFE. Two volume set. Lincoln,  Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, 1972. Complete in two volumes. Ex-library, rebound in blue library buckram, with labels on spine and a small label on the top of the front cover and labels inside the front cover. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Binding is tight. $25.00

323. Griswold, Don L.-editor. THE 1961 BRAND BOOK, VOLUME SEVENTEEN (17) OF THE DENVER POSSE OF THE WESTERNERS. Boulder, Colorado: Johnson Publishing Company, 1962. 554 pages. This is the Posse Limited edition, #56 of 61 copies. Some shelf wear to binding. Dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges. $25.00

324. Grivas, Theodore. Military Governments In California, 1846-1850. The Arthur H. Clark Co., 1963. Blue cloth covers show some wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tight copy. $12.50

325. Gunnison, John W. THE MORMONS: OR LATTER-DAY SAINTS, IN THE VALLEY OF THE GREAT SALT LAKE. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1856. 168 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped and slightly worn through. The binding is tight. Overall a nice clean copy. Binding is faded and corners are bumped. Ex-library label on spine. Binding is tight. A significant publication, both for Mormon history and exploration of the American West. Gunnison, for the most part, wrote a fair-minded history of the Mormons. He was acquainted with and associated extensively with the Mormon leaders and settlers in Utah Territory during his explorations and government survey work. He and his party were killed by an Indian ambush on October 26, 1853 near present day Delta, Utah. $24.50

326. Gunsky, Frederic R. Lobbyist for the Trees: John Muir in Sacramento. Sacramento, California: Sacramento County Historical Society, 1986. 15 pages. Fine condition. Softcover pamphlet with stapled binding. This was issued as Volume 32, Number 4 of "Golden Notes". $15.00

327. Gutierrez, Amanda & Candralee Balizan & Tana Cardenas & Chris Garcia & Stephanie Garcia & James Montoya & John Malcolm Ramirez & et al & Lorraine Gutierrez & Darice Balizan. Small Town, Big History: The History of Springer, New Mexico From a Kids Point of View. Springer, New Mexico: Springer Municipal Schools, 1999. 89 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $28.00

328. H., Anderson D. The Primer of Irrigation by D. H. Anderson. Chicago. Irrigation Age Company, [1905], 1905. Signed by author. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. $25.00

329. Hafen, Le Roy R. Broken Hand: The Life of Thomas Fitzpatrick- Mountain Man, Guide, and Indian Agent. Denver: Old West Pub Co, 1973. 359 pages. Signed limited edition. Fine condition in slipcase with light wear to the edges and corners. This deluxe edition was limited to 200 signed and numbered copies, of which this is number 35. $100.00

330. Hafen, Leroy R. Overland Routes to the Gold Fields, 1859 from Contemporary Diaries. Arthur H. Clark, 1942. Ex-library copy, with library marks at the bottom of the spine and library label inside the front cover. Quite a bit of wear to the spine edges, with fading to the spine. The corners are worn and rubbed through. The front hinge is cracked and slightly pulling away, but still holding. The binding is tight. The foldout map at the end of the book is still present in very good condition. $15.00

331. Hafen, Leroy R. JOURNALS OF FORTY-NINERS, SALT LAKE TO LOS ANGELES: WITH DIARIES AND CONTEMPORARY RECORDS OF SHELDON YOUNG, JAMES S. BROWN, JACOB Y. STOVER, CHARLES C. RICH, ADDISON PRATT, HOWARD EGAN, HENRY W. BIGLER AND OTHERS. Glendale, Calif.: Arthur H. Clark, 1954. 333 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners.  $28.00

332. Hafen, Leroy R. The Utah Expedition, 1857-1858. A Documentary Account of the United States Military Movement Under Col. Albert Sidney Johnston, and the Resistance by Brigham Young and the Mormon Nauvoo Legion. Volume 8-Far West and Rockies Series. Glendale, California: Arthur H. Clark, 1958. 375 pages. Signed by the author on the front endpage. Light wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tight first edition printing.  $75.00

333. Hafen, Leroy R. And Hafen W. TO THE ROCKIES AND OREGON, 1839-1842. Volume III (3) in the Far West and Rockies Series. Glendale, California: Arthur H. Clark, 1960. 315 pages. Ex-library, with labels on labels inside the covers. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Binding is tight. $33.00

334. Hafen, Leroy R.-editor. The Mountain Men and the Fur Trade of the Far West. Complete 10 Volume set. Glendale, California: Arhur H. Clark, 1965. Complete set of 10 volumes, published from 1965-1972. Shelf wear to the spien edges and corners and titles slightly faded on the spines. A clean and tight set of this comprehensive historical set. $700.00

335. Hafen, Leroy R.-editor. The Southwest Historical Series. Complete set of 12 volumes. Glendale, California: Arthur H. Clark Company, 1931. Complete set of 12 volumes. Original red cloth bindings. There is shelf wear to the spine edges. The corners on a couple of the volumes have some rubbing and slight bumping. Most of the volumes have only light wear. There is light fading to some of the spines, but not serious. Overall a very nice set with tight bindings and clean pages. A rare and important Western Americana reference set. The volumes in the set are titled as follows: 1-Journal of a Santa Fe Trader; 2-Frontier Life in the Army; 3-A Soldier Under Kearny & Doniphan; 4-Marching With the Army of the West; 5-Southern Trails to California in 1849; 6-Wah-To-Yah and the Taos Trail; 7-Exploring Southwest Trails 1846-1854; 8-Cattle Trade of the West and Southwest; 9-Pike's Peak Guide Books; 10-Colorado Gold Rush 1858-1859; 11-Overland Routes to the Goldfields 1859; 12-Analytical Index $1250.00

336. Hafen, Leroy R.-editor. Colorado and Its People: A Narrative and Topical History of the Centennial State. Complete set of 4 volumes. Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1948. Complete set of 4 volumes. Green cloth covers show some wear to the spine edges and corners. A few rubbed spots and small scuffs to the bindings, but overall near very good condition. No priority or international shipping. $135.00

337. Hafen, Lyman. Mukuntuweap Landscape and Story in Zion Canyon. Tonaquint Press, St. George, UT, 1996. Flexible illustrated card covers in very good condition. $22.50

338. Hailey, John. The History of Idaho. Syms-York, 1910. 1910 first edition. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped and rubbed through. Markings on spine, but this isn't an ex-library copy. The binding is tight. $90.00

339. Haley, J. Evetts. CHARLES GOODNIGHT: COWMAN & PLAINSMAN. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1949. 485 pages. 1949 third printing. There is some wear to the spine edges and a faint remnant of the previous owner's bookplate on the front blank endpage. The dust jacket has some wear to the eges and a few small chips, but still very presentable. Overall an above-average copy of this scarce title. $145.00

340. Hammond, George P. Digging For Gold Without A Shovel: The Letters of Daniel Wadsworth Coit, From Mexico to San Francisco, 1848-1851.  Old West Publishing, 1967. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. $25.00

341. Hammond, George P. & Herbert Eugene Bolton. New Spain and the Anglo-American West: Historical Contributions Presented to Herbert Eugene Bolton. Kraus Reprint Co., 1969. Two volumes in one edition. Light wear to the spine edges and corners. $38.00

342. Hammond, Otis G.-editor. THE UTAH EXPEDITION, 1857-1858. Letters of Capt. Jesse A. Gove, 10th Inf., U.S.A., of Concord, N.H., to Mrs. Gove, and Special Correspondence of the New York Herald. Concord, New Hampshire: New Hampshire Historical Society, 1928. 442 pages. Slight shelf wear to spine and corners. A beautiful copy of an important primary source book on the Utah Expedition. $90.00

343. Hanft, Robert M.. Red River: Paul Bunyan's Own Lumber Company and Its Railroads. California State University Chico, 1980. 304 pages. Signed by the author on the title page. Very good condition in lightly edge-worn dust jacket. $35.00

344. Hans, Fred M. & Fred Laberge & Lloyd R. Moses. South Dakota Historical Collections. Volume 40. South Dakota State Historical Society, 1980. 304 pages. Light wear to the binding. A clean and tight copy. k $19.50

345. Hansen, George H. A History of American Indian Origin Theories. Utah Academy of Science, 1931. 32 pages. Blue softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. Some soiling around the edges of the covers. Corners slightly bumped. $18.00

346. Hanson, James Austin & Kathryn J. Wilson. THE MOUNTAIN MAN'S SKETCH BOOK. Volume I. Chadron, Nebraska: The Fur Press, 1979. Volume 1 only. Oblong softbound covers. Some shelf wear. Light soiling to the covers. Signed by authors. Softbound covers. $9.50

347. Harber, Nora E. Our Fort Benton: "The Birthplace of Montana" of Yesterday and Today. Nora E. Harber, 1930. Softbound covers. Light wear to the edges. A couple of small browned spots on the front cover. $18.00

348. Harmon, Appleton Milo. Appleton Milo Harmon Goes West. Berkeley, California: The Gillick Press, 1946. 208 pages. 1946 printing. Some wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners.  The corners are slightly bumped. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. This is one of a limited edition of 1000 copies. $110.00

349. Harte, Bret. Cressy. Two volume set. London: Macmillan, 1889. First edition. This is the true first edition, published by Macmillan in London several weeks before the American edition was published by Macmillan in New York. Two volume set. Blue cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The corners are lightly bumped. The hinges are tight and the pages are clean. A solid set of the rare first edition of this noted California writer. $200.00

350. Haskin, Leslie L. Linn County, Oregon Pioneer Settlers: Their Fir Wood Churches and Church Histories. R.R. Milligan, 1983. 22 pages. Red softbound covers show light wear to the edges and corners. $29.50

351. Hawley, Brooks. A Gold Dredge in Sumpter Valley. M.L. Kathan, 1976. 24 pages. Green softbound covers with stapled binding. Very good condition. $12.50

352. Heap, Gwinn Harris. CENTRAL ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC, WITH RELATED MATERIAL ON RAILROAD EXPLORATIONS AND INDIAN AFFAIRS. Volume VII (7) in Far West and Rockies Series. Glendale, California: Arthur H. Clark Co, 1957. 346 pages. Ex-library, with labels on labels inside the covers. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Binding is tight. $48.00

353. Helmich, Stephen G. SACRAMENTO'S 1854 CITY HALL & WATERWORKS. Sacramento County Historical Society, 1986. 32 pages. Softbound pamphlet with stapled binding. Very good condition. $10.00

354. Henderson, Paul C. LANDMARKS ON THE OREGON TRAIL. Great signed copy. New York: The Westerners, 1953. 61 pages. Ex-library, with labels on spine and a small label on the top of the front cover and labels inside the front cover. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Ers. Binding is tight. $59.50

355. Hewett, Edgar L. Pajarito Plateau and Its Ancient People. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico, 1953. 191 pages. Blue cloth covers. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Slight waviness to pages from humidity. Maps inside the back pocket. $22.95

356. Hewitt, J. N. B. & Myrtis Jarrell-Contributors. Journal of Rudolph Friederich Kurz. An Account of His Experiences Among Fur Traders and American Indians on the Mississippi and the Upper Missouri Rivers During the Year 1846 to 1852. Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 115. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1937. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A couple of small chips and tears to the cover. $14.50

357. Higgins, Edwin. THE PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS FROM EXPLOSIVES IN METAL MINING. U.S. Department of the Interior Miners' Circular 19. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1914. 16 pages. Softbound pamphlet. Chere is some browning to the paper and small tears to the edges of the spine. There are a couple of small chips to the paper and it is the front cover. $25.00

358. Hill, Burton S. ON THE PLATTE AND NORTH. FOUR SELECTED ARTICLES OF WESTERN HISTORY. [n.p.]: Hill, Burton S., 1967. 90 pages. Ex-library. Entirely rebound in library buckram. with spine marks and label and pocket removal marks inside the front cover. $6.00

359. Hines, J.W. TOUCHING INCIDENTS IN THE LIFE AND LABORS OF A PIONEER ON THE PACIFIC COAST SINCE 1853. San Jose, California: Eaton & Company, 1911. 198 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. A few small stains to the front cover. A couple of text pages are browned at the edges. This copy is signed by the author's daughter. $75.00

360. Hixon, Adrietta Applegate &  Adrietta Applegate &  Hixon Applegate. On to Oregon. Ye Galleon Press, 1987. 110 pages. Near fine condition. Limited edition of 500 copies. $24.75

361. Hixon, John C., Mark Kellogg. Custer's "Mysterious" Mr. Kellogg, Mark Kellogg's Diary. State Historical Society of North Dakota, 1950. Softbound covers with stapled binding. There is light wear to the covers. The edges of the covers have discoloration and browning. $55.00

362. Hlady, Walter M. Ten Thousand Years: Archaeology in Manitoba. Commemorating Manitoba's centennial, 1870-1970. Manitoba Archaeological Society, 1970. 319 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners.  $15.00

363. Hoermann, Alto Sebastian Braun, Alois,. The Daughter of Tehuan: or, Texas of the Past Century. San Antonio, Texas: Standard Printing Company, 1932. 292 pages. Grey illustrated cloth covers show some shelf wear to the edges of the spine. The front blank endpage has the top corner cut away. Binding is tight. $55.00

364. Hoig, Stan. The Humor of the American Cowboy. Caxton Printers, 1958. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small chips and tears. $15.00

365. Holdredge, Helen. Mammy Pleasant's Partner. G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1954. Shelf wear and rubbing to the binding. The corners are bumped and there is a slight discolored spot to the top of the front board. The dust jacket has a few small tears and chips to the edges. $9.50

366. Holmes, Louis A. Fort Mcpherson Nebraska. Limited signed edition. Johnson Publishing Company, 1963. Slight shelf wear. This is the signed, limited edition. $25.00

367. Holmes, W.H. Twenty-Fourth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology. Games of the North American Indians, by Stewart Culin Government Printing Office, 1907. Green cloth covers show quite a bit of wear to the spine edges. The corners are rubbed. Shere is scuffing and a few soiled spots to the spine and covers. The binding is tight and the contents complete. Includes a treatise titled "Games of the North American Indians", by Stewart Culin. $20.00

368. Holmes, W.H. TWENTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF AMERICAN ETHNOLOGY TO THE SECRETARY OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, 1904-1905. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1908. 512 pages. Ex-library, but with minimal library usage. There are library labels on the spines, but no other library marks, stamps, or bookplates. Green cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The binding is tight and the contents, including all of the illustrations. With a report on the Pima Indians by Frank Russell. Includes a section of 47 photographic plates in the middle of the book. $17.95

369. Hoopes, Alban W. The Road to the Little Big Horn and Beyond. Vantage Press, 1975. 336 pages. Slight shelf wear to binding. Dust jacket has some wear to the edges. $9.75

370. Hough, Walter. Exploration of Ruins in the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation, Arizona.  Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1930. Softbound covers. Light wear. Some of the text pages are uncut at the top edge. $25.00

371. Hough, Walter; United States National Museum. Cache Of Basket Maker Baskets From New Mexico.  Smithsonian Institution, 1932. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges.  $10.25

372. Howard, Helen Addison. Northwest Trail Blazers. Caxton Printers, 1963. 418 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has slight edge-wear. $6.50

373. Howard, James Henri. THE DAKOTA OR SIOUX INDIANS, A STUDY IN HUMAN ECOLOGY. Lincoln,  Nebraska: J. & L. Reprint Co, 1980. Softbound covers. Ex-library, with labels on spine and a small label on the top of the front cover and labels inside the front cover. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Binding is tight. $20.00

374. Hrdlicka, Ales. Catalog of Human Crania in the United States National Museum Collections Pueblos, Southern Utah Basket Makers Navaho. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian, 1931. 93 pages. Softbound covers. Light wear to the edges. Some of the pages are and At the top edge. $19.50

375. Hrdlicka, Ales. The Algonkin and Related Iroquois. Siouan, Caddoan, Salish and Sahaptin, Shoshonean, and California Indians. USGPO, 1927. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. Pages have untrimmed fore-edges and some uncut pages. $22.50

376. Hughes, John. Doniphan's Expedition: Account of the Conquest of New Mexico: General Kearney's Overland Expedition to California; Doniphan's Campaign against the Navajos; His Unparalleled March upon Chihuahua and Durango; and the Operations of General Price at Santa Fe. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1914. 202 pages. 1914 reprint of the original edition. Flexible black leather covers show quite a bit of wear and rubbing to the spine edges and the corners. The corners are rubbed through and bumped. A few small chips to the spine extremities. The binding is tight and the contents are complete. $65.00

377. Hulbert, Archer Butler-editor. Letters of an Overland Mail Agent in Utah. Massachusetts: American Antiquarian Society, 1929. 78 pages. Original light green printed wrappers. There is some tape repair on the front cover where it was torn away and taped back in place with non-archival tape. Another tape repair the bottom of the front cover. Light wear to the covers. A clean and tight copy. Scarce. $75.00

378. Humphreys, William. Life on a Homestead, or, 160 Acres and a Passel of Kids. Steeley Print & Binding, 1983. 148 pages. Signed by author. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. The back cover has a crease. There is a tear to the paper at the top of the spine. The front cover has the residue of a retail price sticker. $23.50

379. Hunt, Inez. Horsefeathers and Applesauce: The Story of Bishop Frank Hamilton Rice. Sage Books, 1959. 27 pages. Softbound covers with stapled binding. There is some bumping and creasing to the spine and edges of the corners. The pages are clean and tightly bound. This is #731 of a limited edition of 1000 copies and is signed by both authors. $17.50

380. Hunt, Rockwell Dennis. John Bidwell, Prince of California Pioneers. The Caxton Printers, Ltd, 1942. 463 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG. $9.95

381. Hunter, Deck. Big Horn City, Wyoming Territory. Volume 3-The People in the Area. Self Published, 1992. Large softbound covers. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Some soiling to the covers. The corners of the covers are bumped and slightly curled, as are a few of the initial pages. $33.00

382. Hunter, George. Reminiscences of an Old Timer: A Recital of the Actual Events, Incidents, Trials, Hardships, Vicissitudes, Adventures, Perils, and Escapes. San Francisco: H.S. Crocker and Company, 1887. 454 pages. 1887 printing. Maroon cloth covers show quite a bit of wear to the spine edges and corners. The corners are bumped. There is slight fading to the color on the spine and some dulling to the spine title and illustration. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. An excellent historical narrative. $75.00

383. Hunter, Milton R. UTAH INDIAN STORIES. Salt Lake: Mountain States Bindery, 1946. 282 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine and corners. 1946 first edition of this important historical title. First edition. $15.00

384. Huntley Project History Committee. SOD 'N SEED 'N TUMBLEWEED: A HISTORY OF THE HUNTLEY PROJECT, YELLOWSTONE COUNTY, MONTANA. Ballantine, Montana: Huntley Project History Committee, 1977. 512 pages. Slight shelf wear to spine and corners. Excellent Montana history. history. Numerous photographs. $64.50

385. Hussey, John A. CHAMPOEG: PLACE OF TRANSITION A DISPUTED HISTORY. Portland: Oregon Historical Society, 1967. 404 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. $19.95

386. Hutchings, J. M. & Shirley Sargent. SEEKING THE ELEPHANT, 1849, JAMES MASON HUTCHINGS ' JOURNAL OF HIS OVERLAND TREK TO CALIFORNIA, INCLUDING HIS VOYAGE TO AMERICA, 1848, AND LETTERS FROM THE MOTHER LODE. California: Arthur H Clark, 1981. 209 pages. Light shelf wear. A clean and tight copy. $34.50

387. Hutchinson, W.H. California Heritage: A History of Northern California Lumbering. The Forest History Society, 1974. Softbound covers show light wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $19.50

388. Hutchison, Daniel J. & Larry R. Jones. EMIGRANT TRAILS OF SOUTHERN IDAHO. Idaho State Historical Society, 1993. 229 pages. Spiral-bound softcover binding. Light wear to the edges, else very good condition. $15.00

389. Hutton, May Arkwright. The Coeur d'Alenes, A Tale of the Modern Inquisition in Idaho. [n.p.]: May Arkwright Hutton, 1900. 246 pages. 1900 printing. Red cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The corners are bumped and rubbed through. A rare title. $150.00

390. Hyer, J. K. Dictionary of the Sioux Language. C. P. Rollins Print.-Office of the Yale University Press, 1968. Red softbound covers with stapled binding in very good condition. $15.00

391. Hyslop, Julie. Foundations of Silver City. Volume II (2). Stone Buildings in a Wooden Town. (Granite). Nampa, Idaho: Privately Printed, 1989. 75 pages. Softbound covers show light wear to the edges. This is volume 2 in the series. $28.00

392. i. Rails around Lake Tahoe: Steam Trains and Steamboats. Berkeley & Wilton, California: Signature Press, 2011. 256 pages. Very good condition, both book and dust jacket. $48.50

393. Idaho Dept of Highways. Route of the Oregon Trail in Idaho. [n.p.[: Idaho Dept of Highways, 1963. 32 pages. 1963 printing. Color illustrated paper covers with stapled binding. Nice map illustrations throughout. The top right edge of the front cover has a crease from being folded over. $25.00

394. Idaho Historical Society. Route of the Oregon Trail in Idaho. From Thomas Fork Valley at the Wyoming State Line Westward to Fort Boise at the Oregon State Line. Boise, Idaho: Idaho Historical Society, 1974. 20 pages. Oblong softbound covers. Slight wear to the edges, but overall very good condition. $37.50

395. Idaho Museum of Natural History. IDAHO INDIANS: Tribal Histories. Boise, Idaho: Idaho Museum of Natural History, 1992. 63 pages. Softbound covers with stapled binding. Some wear to the covers. Slight waterstaining to the top edge of the front cover and a few pages. $14.75

396. Idaho Old Time Fiddlers' Association. The Idaho Oldtime Fiddlers. Weiser, Idaho: Idaho Old Time Fiddlers' Association, 1963. 101 pages. 1963 first edition. Large blue softbound covers. Slight fading to the illustration on the front cover, else very good condition. $17.50

397. Idaho Pioneer Association. A BRIEF HISTORY OF FRANKLIN, FIRST PERMANENT SETTLEMENT IN THE STATE OF IDAHO. Franklin, Idaho: Idaho Pioneer Association, 1960. 53 pages. Softbound. Light wear to the covers. $14.50

398. Ingersoll, Charles Jared (introduction by Glenn Mason). I Consider Oregon Worth a War: Letter of Charles Jared Ingersoll on the Oregon Question, March 3, 1846. Univ. of Oregon, 1975. Large softbound covers with stapled binding. Slight discoloration to the edges of the covers. Overall near very good condition. $9.50

399. Inman, Henry. THE GREAT SALT LAKE TRAIL. Minneapolis: Ross & Haines, 1966. Very good condition in dust jacket with slight wear and small chips to the edges. Good reprint of this important overland trail narrative. $17.50

400. Issler, Anne Roller. Stevenson at Silverado. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1939. Shelf wear to the binding. Ahe dust jacket has a few small tears and chips to the edges. $7.00

401. J.T. Reid & J. R. Hunter. History of Humboldt County, Nevada. The Shorey Book Store, 1968. Olive-green softbound covers show slight discoloration and some wear to the edges. $25.00

402. Jacob D. B. Stillman & Kenneth M. Johnson. The Gold Rush Letters of J. D. F. Stillman. Lewis Osborne, 1967. Very good condition in the plain-paper dust jacket. The jacket has slight discoloration at the edges. $8.95

403. Jacobs, Wilbur R.-editor. Letters of Francis Parkman. Set of 2 volumes. University of Oklahoma Press, 1960. Light wear to spine edges and corners. Two volume set in the original publisher's slipcase. First Edition. $25.00

404. James, Edwin. Account of an Expedition from Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains. Facsimile of the 1823 edition. 2 volumes. New York: Readex Microprint, 1966. 1966 facsimile reprint of the 1823 original edition. Two volume set in very good condition. $20.00

405. James, George Wharton. What the White Race May Learn From the Indian. Forbes & company, 1908. 2 pages. Quite a bit of shelf wear to the spine. There is a ca. one inch cut in spine. Edges and corners have wear. $12.50

406. James, James Alton. Life of George Rogers Clark. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1928. 534 pages. Signed by the author. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners bumped through. There is ink underlining and writing in the margins to 200+ pages. $5.25

407. Jane, Calamity. COPIES OF CALAMITY JANE'S DIARY AND LETTERS. [n.p.]: Privately Printed, 1951. Small red paperback binding. A few stained spots to the covers. The bottom right corners of the cover and some pages have some curling from use. Tlean and tight and overall a solid copy of this scarce publication. $19.50

408. Jefferson County Historical Commission. From Scratch: A History of Jefferson County, Colorado. Jefferson County Historical Commission, 1985. Oblong softbound covers in very good condition. $7.50

409. Jennings, Jesse David. Prehistory of Utah and the Eastern Great Basin. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1978. 263 pages. Softbound covers. Slight wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. $9.25

410. Jensen, Deana Lowe. Let the Eagle Scream: Senator Fredrick T Dubois: the Man and His Times. Wildfire Press, 1999. 218 pages. Signed by the author. Glossy softbound covers. Shere is wear to the spine edges. The bottom corner of the front cover has a crease and there are a few bumped page edges of the book. $5.95

411. Jensen, Joyce. Pieces and Places of Billings History: Local Markers and Sites. Western Heritage Center, 1994. 122 pages. Signed by the author. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. $15.50

412. Jeppson, Marie Thorne & F.A. Ketterson. The Last Spike Is Driven: A Reenactment Script for the Golden Spike Ceremony. Golden Spike National Historic Site/Nat. Park Service, 2001. Softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. $8.00

413. John H. Carmany and Company. THE OVERLAND MONTHLY: DEVOTED TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE COUNTRY, Volume V (5) and Volume IX (9). San Francisco: John H. Carmany, 1872. 584 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Leather spine and corners, with marbled paper over boards. Clean and tight. Overall a nice copy. Near very good. This volume contains 6 issues of the "Overland Monthly. The issues are Volume 5, numbers 3 and 6, and volume 9, issues 1, 4, 5, and 6. A scarce and early periodical of the American West.. $75.00

414. Johnson, Edwin. Railroad to the Pacific. `: Ye Galleon Press, 1982. 176 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. $12.50

415. Johnson, Kenneth M. The Fremont court martial,  Dawson's Book Shop, 1968. 85 pages. Hardback edition. Limited to 300 copies. Shelf wear to the spine edges and some rubbing to the corners. A few small soiled spots to the tan spine. $45.00

416. Johnson, Robert Cummings. John McLoughlin: Patriarch of the Northwest. Metropolitan Press, 1935. 302 pages. Signed by the author. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. Some fading and discoloration to the covers. $7.00

417. Johnson, Roy P. Sitting Bull, Hero or Monster? Bismarck Tribune, 1962. Small pamphlet with stapled binding. Light wear. $12.50

418. Johnson, S.S. THIS IS COW COUNTRY. [n.p.]: S.S. Johnson Publishing, 1964. 24 pages. Signed by the author. Vx-library, bound in library buckram, with labels on spine and labels inside the front cover. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Binding is tight. $25.00

419. Johnston, Hank. Thunder in the Mountains: The Life and Times of Madera Sugar Pine. Trans-Anglo Books, 1968. 128 pages. Shelf wear to spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small tears and chips to the edges. $18.00

420. Johnston, William G. OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA. Oakland, California: Biobooks, 1948. Some shelf wear to spine edges and corners. Iimited edition of 1000 copies. $11.50

421. Jones, Herschel V. Adventures in Americana 1492-1897. Romance of Voyage and Discovery from Spain to the Indies, the Spanish Main, & North America... Complete set fo three volumes. Cooper Square Publishers, 1964. Set of three volumes. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. A few of the corners are bumped, as is the spine on volume I.`` $100.00

422. Jones, Thomas R. CALIFORNIA IN THE DAYS OF GOLD. Los Angeles: House of Adsit, 1931. 207 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Some fading to the title on the front cover. A scarce California gold rush title. On page 71 is a story about the discovery of the largest Golden Nugget in the California Gold Rush. $19.00

423. Jordan, Grace Edgington. Canyon Boy. Caxton Printers, 1960. 450 pages. Signed by the author. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The spine has a lean. Dust jacket has small chips and tears. $11.00

424. Kane, Elizabeth Wood. TWELVE MORMON HOMES:  VISITED IN SUCCESSION ON A JOURNEY THROUGH UTAH AND ARIZONA. Salt Lake City: Tanner Trust Fund, University of Utah Library, 1974. 149 pages. Some shelf wear. Dust jacket has a few small chips to the edges of the spine and a few lightly soiled spots. $25.00

425. Kautz, August V. Missouri to Oregon in 1860. Ye Galleon Pr, 1996. Softbound covers show light wear. A very good condition copy. $13.25

426. Kelly, Charles. Salt Desert Trails: A History of the Hastings Cutoff and Other Early Trails Which Crossed the Great Salt Desert Seeking a Shorter Road to California. Salt Lake City: Western Epics, 1969. 182 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. A few small faded spots to the spine. $11.95

427. Kelly, Charles. SALT DESERT TRAILS: A HISTORY OF THE HASTINGS CUTOFF AND OTHER EARLY TRAILS WHICH CROSSED THE GREAT SALT DESERT SEEKING A SHORTER ROAD TO CALIFORNIA. Salt Lake City: Western Printing, 1930. 178 pages. 1930 first edition. Semi-flexible cloth covers show some wear and rubbing. A clean and tight copy in near very good condition. Scarce first edition of this classic overland trails history. $68.00

428. Kelver, Gerald O.-editor. 15 Years on the Western Frontier, 1866-1881. Robinson Press, Inc., 1975. 98 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $18.95

429. Kennerly, William Clark. Persimmon Hill, A Narrative of Old St. Louis and the Far West. Univ. of Oklahoma Press, 1948. 273 pages. Shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has a few small tears and chips to the edges. Shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has a few small tears and chips to the edges. $18.00

430. Kenney, R.D. From Geyserdom to Show-Me Land. Privately Printed, 1932. 79  pages. Brown flexible card covers show shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Light soiling to the covers. Overall a clean and tight copy. H $20.00

431. Kent, Henry Brainard. Graphic Sketches of the West. Chicago: R. R. Donnelley & Sons, 1890. 254 pages. Brown cloth covers show some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. T clean and tight copy. $23.50

432. Kibby, Leo P. California, The Civil War, and the Indian Problem; An Account of California's Participation in the Great Conflict. Journal of the West, 1968. Blue softbound covers show light wear and slight discoloration to the edges of the covers. A clean and tight copy. $13.95

433. Kidder, Alfred. Explorations in Southwestern Utah in 1908. Archaeological Institute of America, 1910. Gray printed wrappers show some wear to the edges of the covers. Slight discoloration. $18.00

434. Kirchner, John A.. Baja California Railways. Mass 9122 double-clickP-H Railroads Golden West Books, 1988. 350 pages. Shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has a few small tears and chips to the edges. $28.00

435. Kirk, Pearl Renz. My Beloved Sunny Slope. Logan's Litho, 1991. 176 pages. Signed by the author. Softbound covers show wear to the spine edges and corners. Some stained spots to the covers. $48.00

436. Kloberdanz, Timothy J. The Tragedy at Summit Springs: From the Viewpoint of the Indians. 1969. Softbound covers with stapled binding. Some wear to the edges of the covers. Slight discoloration to the edges of the covers. The upper right corner of the front cover is creased and bumped. $45.00

437. Klosterman, Joseph and Dorothy. A History of Mooreton, 1884-1984. (North Dakota). Gwinner, North Dakota: Privately Printed, 1984. 300 pages. Printed in 1984. Some shelf wear to the spine edges. The corners are lightly bumped. A good North Dakota community history. $75.00

438. Kluckhohn, Clyde M. To the Foot of the Rainbow: A Tale of Twenty-Five Hundred Miles of Wandering on Horseback Through the Southwest Enchanted Land. The Rio Grande Press, Inc., 1992. 276 pages. Larger glossy softbound covers show wear to the spine edges and corners. The bottom right corner of the front cover has a crease. Slight discoloration and light soiling. The pages are clean and tight. $6.00

439. Kneiss, Gilbert H.. Redwood Railways: A Story of Redwoods, Picnics and Commuters. Howell-North Books, 1956. 156 pages. 1956 first edition. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners.  $8.95

440. Knight, Oliver. Mark Kellogg Telegraphed for Custer's Rescue. North Dakota Historical Society, 1960. 7 pages. Softbound pamphlet with stapled binding. Light wear. $18.00

441. Kolb, Ellsworth L. Through The Grand Canyon From Wyoming To Mexico. See Description, 1915. Shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to the cover and spine. Corners bumped and rubbed through. Signed by the author and dated June 1916. $20.00

442. Korns, J. Roderic &  Harold Schindler &  Dale Morgan. West From Fort Bridger. The Pioneering of Immigrant Trails Across Utah, 1846-1850 Utah State University Press, 1995. Glossy softbound covers in fine condition. $6.50

443. Koupal, Nancy T. South Dakota. Historical Collections. Volume 40, 1980. South Dakota State Historical Society., 1981. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Some discoloration to the front cover. $12.50

444. Kowrach, Edward J. Journal of a Catholic Bishop on the Oregon Trail: The Overland Crossing of the Rt. Rev. A. M. A. Blanchet, Bishop of Walla Walla, from Montreal to Oregon Territory, March 23, 1847 to January 23, 1851. Ye Galleon Press, 1979. 190 pages. Signed by author Edward Kowrach. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Slight rubbing to the spine title. A clean and tight copy. $45.00

445. Krause, Frank Jr.. Riding the Ghost Town Trail. Potomoc Corral of the Westerners, 1969. Softbound covers show light wear to the edges. $9.00

446. Krieg, Allan. Last of the 3 Foot Loggers: Tuolumne County's Own Narrow Gauge Railroad. Golden West Books, 1962. Shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has a few tears and chips to the edges. $18.50

447. Kruska, Dennis G. Sierra Nevada Big Trees: History of the Exhibitions, 1850-1903. Dawson's Book Shop, 1985. 63 pages. Fine condition. Limited edition of 500 copies. $28.00

448. Kustel, Guido. ROASTING OF GOLD AND SILVER ORES, AND THE EXTRACTION OF THEIR RESPECTIVE METALS WITHOUT QUICKSILVER. San Francisco: A. J. Leary, 1880. 156 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine and corners. A few stained spots on the covers. Corners are slightly bumped. Hinges are tight and binding is sound. A few pages have spill stains at the edges, not serious. Very scarce gold mining technical reference book. 8973add $75.00

449. Kyner, James Henry. End of Track. The Caxton printers, ltd, 1937. 277 pages. Slight shelf wear. There is a thin white stain line on the spine. Dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges. $15.00

450. LaFollette, Robert Hoath. The Rock That Gives Every Word Wished. Triangle Publishing Co, 1964. Shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has a few small tears and chips to the edges. $40.00

451. Lampson, Robin. The Man Who Gave the Golden Spike. Chimes Press, 1969. 17 pages. Gold softbound covers show light wear to the edges. $15.00

452. Langlois Centennial Committee. The Pioneers of Langlois. Langlois, Oregon, 1881-1981. Langlois, Oregon: Langlois Centennial Committee, 1981. 207 pages. Large glossy pictorial hardback covers. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Numerous historic photographs. A well-produced Oregon local history. $95.00

453. Lassan, Amelia Lessels. Lessels Chronicles. Durango Herald, 1980. Softbound covers. The edges of the covers show some rubbing and slight discoloration. A clean and tight copy. $9.95

454. Laut, Agnes C. The Fur Trade of America. The MacMillan Company, 1921. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped.  $10.00

455. Leedy, Carl. Black Hills Pioneer Stories. Bonanza Trails Publications, 1973. 194 pages. Softbound covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and the corners. A few small scuffs to the covers. The binding is tight and the pages complete. $38.00

456. Lemay, Leo J. A. Frontiersman from Lout to Hero: Notes on the Significance of the Comparative Method and the Stage Theory in Early American Literature and Culture. Amer Antiquarian Society, 1979. 40 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. There is underlining in pencil to a dozen or so text pages. $12.95

457. Lenox, Edward Henry. Overland to Oregon. Ye Galleon Press, Fairfield, 1970. Slight wear to the binding is. There is pencil underlining to about twelve text pages. $17.50

458. Leonard, Zenas. Narrative of the Adventures of Zenas Leonard. Chicago: The Lakeside Press, 1934. 1934 Lakeside Press edition. Maroon cloth covers show light wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and bright copy in near very good condition. $20.00

459. Lester, Margaret Moore. From Rags to Riches: A History of Hilliard and Bear River, 1890-1990. (Wyoming). 1st Impressions, 1997. The spine has slight fading to the coloring relative to the rest the binding, otherwise this is in near fine condition. This is a history of Hilliard and Bear River Wyoming. $37.50

460. Lesueur, James W. Arizona, a Land of Enchantment.. Mesa, Arizona: Private Printing, 1935. 42 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine and corners. Some soiling to the covers. An Arizona promotional booklet. Beautiful black-and-white photographs throughout, accompanied by historic text. Scarce. $20.00

461. Lewis, Meriwether (Paul Allen & Archibald M'Vickar). History of the Expedition under the Command of Captains Lewis and Clarke: To the Sources of the Missouri, Thence across the Rocky Mountains. Set of two volumes. Harper & Brothers, 1876. 1876 printing. Two volume set. Green cloth covers. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners are bumped.  A few small scuffed and rubbed spots to the binding. The text pages have slight browning to the edges. The fold-up map the front of volume 1 has one tear along a portion of one of the folds and a couple of creases, but is overall in presentable condition. $150.00

462. Lewis, William S. & Paul C. Phillips. The Journal of John Work: A Chief-Trader of the Hudson's Bay Company During His Expedition from Vancouver to the Flatheads and Blackfeet of the Pacific Northwest. The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1923. 209 pages. 1923 first printing. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. The corners are slightly bumped. A clean and tight copy. $115.00

463. Llwyd, J.P.D. THE MESSAGE OF AN INDIAN RELIC. Seattle: Lowman & Hanford Company, 1909. 21 pages. Grey paper covers with string-tie binding and color photographic illustration of a totem pole on the front cover. Light wear to the edges of the covers. A rare publication devoted to the history and background of totem poles in the Northwest. $75.00

464. Lockley, Fred. To Oregon by Ox Team in 1847. Shorey Pubns, 1996. Softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. Limited to 200 copies. $28.00

465. Lockley, Fred. Vigilante Days at Virginia City: Personal Narrative of Col. Henry E. Dosch, Member of the Remonts Body Guard and one-time Pony Express Rider. Fred Lockley/Koke-Tiffany Co., 1924. Softbound covers. Light wear to the edges and light soiling. $17.50

466. Lockley, Fred. Captain Sol. Tetherow, Wagon Train Master. Ye Galleon Press, 1970. Softbound covers with stapled binding. A small discolored spot on the back cover. Overall very good condition. $28.00

467. Lockley, Fred. To Oregon by Ox-Team in '47. The Story of the Coming of the Hunt Family to the Oregon Country and the Experiences of G. W. Hunt in the Gold Diggings of California in 1849. Portland, Oregon: Privately Printed, 1924. 16 pages. Paper covers have some chipping to the bottom of the front cover and spine. Title page has a chip to the bottom right corner. A few other pages have small chips and the bottom right corners of all of the pages are bumped and creased. Slight discoloration to the covers. An interesting historical narrative. $7.50

468. Lockley, Fred. Recollections of Benjamin Franklin Bonney. Ye Galleon Press, 1971. Softbound covers show light wear. Overall near very good condition. $28.00

469. Logan, Herschel C. Buckskin and Satin: The Life of Texas Jack. The Stackpole Company, 1954. Signed by the author, with a warm inscription to a friend. Some shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. The dust jacket has some chips and tears to the edges. $20.00

470. Long, Katherine W. and Samuel A Siciliano. YUMA FROM HELL-HOLE TO HAVEN. Lusty Legends of Two Historica Centuries. Yuma, AZ : Privately published, 1950. Softbound covers with some wear to the edges. $20.00

471. Longsworth, Basil Nelson. Memorandum of Thoughts, Reflections & Transactions. Ye Galleon Press, 1972. Softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. Heavy pencil underlining on many pages of text. $16.50

472. Loomis, Leander V. A JOURNAL OF THE BIRMINGHAM EMIGRATING COMPANY. The Record of a trip from Birmingham, Iowa, to Sacramento, California, in 1850. Salt Lake City: Legal Printing Company, 1928. 198 pages. Rebound in later cloth. Slight shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. $20.00

473. Lowell, Helen & Lucile Peterson. Our First Hundred Years: A Biography of Lower Boise Valley, 1814-1914. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1976. 314 pages. Slight shelf wear to the edges of the binding. The dust jacket has some light wear to the edges and a small chip to the top of the spine. Overall a clean and tight copy. No underlining to the text. $39.50

474. Lozier, Roy & Doris Platts. Cowboys on the Green River, circa 1918. Sunshine Ranch and Friends, 1982. 37 pages. Signed by co-author Doris Platts. Large softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. There is a retail label removal scar at the top edge of the front cover. $58.00

475. Lucia, Ellis. Wild Water: The Story of the Far West's Great Christmas Week Floods. Overland West Press. 1965., 1965. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. One small chip to the paper at the bottom of the spine. A clean and tight copy. $6.95

476. Lyman, Albert R. VOICE OF THE INTANGIBLE. Salt Lake: Deseret News, 1936. 283 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. $22.50

477. Lynch, James. With Stevenson To California Oakland, California: Biobooks, 1954. Slight shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. $15.50

478. Lyon, Ruth B. Valley of Plenty. Emmett, Idaho: Capitol Lithograph and Print. Co, 1968. 107 pages. Green cloth covers show light wear to the edges of the spine and corners. There is scattered underlining to the text in red ink, affecting about 12 pages. $29.95

479. MacDonald, Eleanor Davenport & John Brown Arrington. The San Juan Basin: My Kingdom Was a County. Green Mountain Press, 1970. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. $15.00

480. MacDowell, Lloyd W. Alaska Glaciers and Ice Fields. Seattle, Washington: Alaska Steamship Company, 1906. 14 pages. Scarce 1906 original printing. Pictorial paper wrappers with stapled binding. Measures just over 6.5 inches high by 5 inches wide. There is a vertical crease down the middle of the booklet from being folded. There is some soiling to the front cover. The upper right corners of the pages are bumped. The text is clean, tight and complete. $35.00

481. MacFadden, Harry Alexander. Rambles in the Far West. Standard printing house, 1906. 2 pages. 1906 printing. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly rubbed. A clean and bright copy. $15.00

482. MacGregor, Bruce A. Narrow Gauge Portrait: South Pacific Coast. Glenwood Publishers, 1975. 187 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. $19.50

483. MacNutt, Francis Augustus. Fernando Cortes His Five Letters of Relation to the Emperor Charles V; Volumes I and II complete. Arthur H. Clark Co., 1908. Two volume set. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners, with some rubbing to the corners. Faint faded spots on the bottom of the spines, but no evidence of ex-library. A clean and tight set. $60.00

484. Madsen, Brigham. Glory Hunter: A Biography of Patrick Edward Connor. Salt Lake City: University of Utah, 1990. 318 pages. New condition, still in the original publisher's shrink wrap. $9.75

485. Madsen, Brigham D. EXPLORING THE GREAT SALT LAKE: THE STANSBURY EXPEDITION OF 1849-50. Salt Lake: University of Utah, 1989. 889 pages. Signed by the author on the back panel of the dust jacket. Very good in slightly edge-worn dust jacket. With maps inserted in back pocket folder. An excellent reference book on the Stansbury expedition. $20.00

486. Madsen, Brigham D.-editor. A FORTY-NINER IN UTAH: LETTERS AND JOURNAL OF JOHN HUDSON, 1848-50. Salt Lake City: University of Utah, 1981. Signed by the author. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. $11.50

487. Madsen, David &  David Rhode. Across the West: Human Population Movement and the Expansion of the Numa. University of Utah Press, 1994. 255 pages. As new condition. I took it out of the publisher's shrink wrap and it is as new. A rare demograhic archaeological study and survey of prehistoric migration patterns and movements in the Western United States, mainly the Great Basin. $475.00

488. Majors, Alexander. Seventy Years on the Frontier. Alexander Majors' Memoirs of a Lifetime on the Border. Minneapolis: Ross & Haines, Inc, 1965. 325 pages. Very good condition in dust jacket with slight wear and small chips to the edges. $13.95

489. Malach, Roman.. Early Days In Mohave County. H&H Printers,, 1979. Yellow softbound covers with stapled binding. Light wear to the spine edges and corners. $14.00

490. Marcy, Randolph B. Border Reminiscences. Harper & Brothers, 1872. 1872 edition. Original maroon cloth covers show shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. $28.00

491. Margolis, Bernard A. Frazier Hunt's Story of General Custer. Monroe, Michigan: Monroe County Library System, 1979. Softbound covers show light wear. $15.00

492. Marti, Elsie. Salute to Pioneers of Washington and Adams Counties. (Idaho). E. Marti, 1984. 101 pages. Ex-library, with markings on front where label was taken off and labels inside the front cover. Stamps on edges and front page. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Binding is tight. A scarce publication. $53.50

493. Martin, Curtis W. CEDAR SIDING SHELTER ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATION OF A MULTI-ASPECT OVERHANG EMERY COUNTY, UTAH, CULTURAL RESOURCE SERIES NO. 15. Salt Lake City: Bureau of Land Management, Utah State Office, 1983. 124 pages. Large softbound covers. Slight shelf wear to the edges of the spine and covers. Slight browning to covers. Pages are clean and tightly bound. $17.50

494. Martin, Paul Sidney. Indians before Columbus: Twenty Thousand Years of North American History Revealed by Archeology. University of Chicago Press, 1950. 582 pages. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has chips and tears. $7.50

495. Mason, Jack. Earthquake Bay: A History of Tomales Bay, California. North Shore Books, 1976. 166 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $40.00

496. Mattison, Ray H. & Joy Keve Hauk &  Jr. Frank P. Donovan & Will G. Robinson. South Dakota Historical Collections and Report. Volume XXVII (27). 1954.  South Dakota State Historical Society, 1954. 596 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Some faded spots on the edges of the covers. $23.50

497. Mattison, Ray H. & Mildred Fielder & Will G. Robinson & Donald Pizer & Harry H. Anderson & Hamlin Garland. South Dakota Report and Historical Collections. Volume XXVIII (28). South Dakota Historical Society, 1956. 573 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. The fore-edge of the text block has a couple of small stains at the bottom. $30.00

498. Maxwell, William Audley. CROSSING THE PLAINS, DAY OF 57: A NARRATIVE OF EARLY EMIGRANT TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA BY THE OX TEAM METHOD. San Francisco: Sunset Publishing House, 1915. 179 pages. Ex-library, entirely rebound in orange library buckram, with labels on spine and a small label on the top of the front cover and labels inside the front cover. Lhelf wear to the spine and corners. Binding is tight. $9.95

499. Mayer, Frank H & Charles B Roth. The Buffalo Harvest. Sage Books, 1958. 96 pages. Some shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. The spine has a slight lean. The dust jacket has some soiling, chips and tears to the edges and a couple of pieces missing at the top of the spine and back panel.  $49.50

500. Mazzanovich, Anton. Trailing Geronimo. A Mazzanovich, 1931. 322 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners, with some heavier wear to the spine edges. $24.00

501. Mcarthur, Lewis. Oregon Geographic Names. BINFORD & MORT * PUBLISHING, 1944. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has chips and tears and some soiling. $20.00

502. McClintock, Walter. Old Indian Trails. Houghton Mifflim, 1923. Pictoria reddish brown cloth covers show shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. $22.50

503. McClure, A.K. Three Thousand Miles Through the Rocky Mountains Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co, 1869. 456 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped and rubbed through. There are some faded and discolored spots to the edges of the covers. Includes a section and commentary on Salt Lake City and the Mormons. $175.00

504. McConnell, H.H. FIVE YEARS A CAVALRYMAN:  OR, SKETCHES OF REGULAR ARMY LIFE ON THE TEXAS FRONTIER, TWENTY ODD YEARS AGO. Jacksboro, Texas: Jack County Historical Society, 1963. 319 pages. Shelf wear to spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small tears and chips. $59.50

505. Mccurdy, James. By Juan De Fuca's Strait. Portland, Maine: Binford & Mort, 1937. 312 pages. Some shelf wear. Dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges. $18.50

506. McDermott, John Francis. The Frontier Re-Examined.  University of Illinois Press, 1967. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket with small chips and tears to the spine and edges. $10.00

507. McDermott, John Francis-editor. Tixier's Travels on Osage Prairies. University of Oklahoma Press, 1940. 1940 first edition. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The dust jacket has some chips and tears to the edges and some soil and discolored spots, but is still presentable. $16.50

508. McDiarmid, Finley. Letters to My Wife. Ye Galleon Pr, 1997. 104 pages. Slight wear else very good condition. $125.00

509. McDonald, Douglas. Camels in Nevada. Nevada Pubns, 1970. Glossy softbound covers in very good condition. $5.75

510. McKee, Ruth Karr. Mary Richardson Walker, Her Book. The Third White Woman to Cross the Rockies Caxton Printers, ltd, 1945. 357 pages. Green cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Slight fading to the color of the binding. The dust jacket has chips to the edges and folds and one piece missing in the middle of the paper spine. The jacket is still presentable. $11.25

511. McLeod, George. History of Alturas and Blaine Counties, Idaho. Hailey, Idaho: Hailey Times, 1950. Blue cloth covers show wear to the spine edges. The corners are rubbed and slightly bumped. A few small scuffs and stained marks to the covers. There is a dampstain to the bottom right corners of most of the pages. $75.00

512. McNeil, Samuel. Mc'Neils Travels In 1849 to, Through and from the Gold Regions, In California. YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1958. 1958 facsimile reprint of the rare 1850 original edition. Light brown paper covers show light wear. A couple of small faded spots to the top inside edges of the front and back covers from pencil erasure, otherwise very good. $55.00

513. McPherson, Robert S. THE NORTHERN NAVAJO FRONTIER, 1860-1900: EXPANSION  THROUGH ADVERSITY. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 1987. 235 pages. Near new condition. This is the thesis publication for the title. It was later published as a book. $50.00

514. Meeker, Ezra. OX-TEAM DAYS ON THE OREGON TRAIL. New York: World Book, 1922. 1922 edition. Spine and edges shelf-worn. Ilight fading to the covers. $20.00

515. Melville, J. Keith. Conflict and Compromise: The Mormons in Mid-Nineteenth-Century American Politics. Printed for the Political Science Dept. by the Brigham Young University Printing Service, 1974. Glossy softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. $11.50

516. Merriam, Clinton Hart-editor. The Dawn of the World: Myths and Weird Tales Told by the Mewan Indians of California. Arthur H. Clark Co., 1910. 1910 first edition. Red cloth covers show some wear to the spine and corners. The binding is tight and the contents complete. A beautiful copy. $75.00

517. Merrick County History Book Committee. History of Merrick County Nebraska, 1981. Merrick County Historical Society, 1981. Oversize brown covers. Very light wear to the edges of the covers. Overall very good condition. $38.50

518. Merrill, W. Earl. One Hundred Steps down Mesa's Past. [Printed by Lofgreen Print. Co.], 1970. 244 pages. Signed by the author. Some wear to the covers. The dust jacket has some wear and a few small soiled spots. One small tear to the front endpage from a former owner's ownership label removal, barely noticeable. A good history of the Mesa, Arizona area. $29.95

519. Merrill, W. Earl. One Hundred Echoes From Mesa's Past. Merrill, 1975. 267 pages. Some wear and rubbing to spine and corners. $17.25

520. Merrill, W. Earl & Illustrated. One Hundred Yesterdays. Book Two of a Series. Author Published, 1972. Slight wear to the binding. The dust jacket has some chips and tears at the top of the spine and front panel.  $29.50

521. Messiter, Charles Alston. Sport and Adventures among the North American Indians. Abercrombie & Fitch, 1966. 368 pages. 1966 facsimile reprint of the 1891 edition. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Overall near very good condition. $12.25

522. Metz, Leon. Dallas Stoudenmire: El Paso Marshal. University of Oklahoma Press, 1979. Very good in lightly worn dust jacket. The jacket has slight fading to the spine. $45.00

523. Michael F. Hanley IV. Journal of Michael F. Hanley IV:  Serving as Wagon Master of the Anniversary of The Applegate Trail, 30 August to 3 October, 1996. Owyhee Publishing, 1999. 68 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $22.00

524. Mighels, Henry R. Sage Brush Leaves. Edward Bosquet, 1879. 335 pages. 1879. First edition. Beautifully bound in 3/4 black leather, with leather spine and corners and marbled paper over board covers. With the original real photo pasted-on frontispiece of the author. There is light wear to the edges of the spine and along the joints. The corners. Also show only light wear. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. A beautiful copy of this scarce California literary publication. $150.00

525. Mills, Frank R. & Ev Mills. Dot, Dot, Dot, Done! The Building of the First Transcontinental Railroad. History West, 1981. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. $9.95

526. Minidoka County Historical Society. THE HISTORY OF MINIDOKA COUNTY AND ITS PEOPLE, 1985. Dallas, Texas: Taylor Publishing Company, 19856568 1985. 418 pages. Slight shelf wear. A very scarce Idaho county history.  Numerous photographs and biographies. Great historical content. This is a well-written and nicely compiled history. $72.50

527. Moffat, James R. Memoirs of an Old-Timer: A Personal Glimpse of Rhyolite, Nevada, 1906-07. The Sagebrush Press, 1963. 6 pages. Softbound covers with stapled binding. Light wear to the edges. $10.00

528. Monaghan, Jay. Australians and the Gold Rush. California and Down Under, 1849-1954. University of California Press, 1966. The top front corner of the board is bumped. Light wear to the binding. The dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges. $18.50

529. Monica Shannon. California Fairy Tales. Illustrated by C.E. Millard. Doubleday Page, 1935. This is the 1935 printing. Orange cloth covers show wear to the spine edges and corners. There are some faded and discolored spots to the edges of the covers and the spine. The bottom of the spine is dark and a bit from the rest of the color. The scarce illustrated dust jacket has tears and some chips missing. There is a piece of the jacket missing from the bottom of the spine. Overall the jacket is presentable. $75.00

530. Moody, Daniel W. The Life of a Rover, 1865 to 1926. D.W. Moody, 1926. Front cover is missing. The back cover has chips and tears to the edges. There is some discoloration around the edges of the pages. Some of the back pages have chips to the bottom of the page. The binding is tight and the contents are complete. $6.00

531. Morgan, Dale. THE STATE OF DESERET. Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press, 1987. 201 pages. Glossy softcover binding. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. T $33.50

532. Morgan, Dale &  Richard L. Saunders &  Will Bagley. Dale Morgan on the Mormons:  Collected Works, Part 1, 1939-1951. Kingdom in the West series, Volume 14. The Arthur H. Clark Company, 2012. 520 pages. Fine condition. $28.00

533. Morgan, Dale L. West From Fort Bridger: The Pioneering of the Immigrant Trails Across Utah, 1846-1850. Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press, 1994. 328 pages. VG in VG d.j. $12.00

534. Morgan, Dale L.. Overland in 1846. Set of 2 volumes. University of Nebraska Press, 1993. 825 pages. Two volume set in near fine condition. $49.50

535. Morris Foote, Editor. One Hundred Years In Middleton. (Idaho). Boise Valley Herald, 1963. Softbound covers with stapled binding. Light wear to the edges. $20.00

536. Mortensen, A.R.-editor. Utah Historical Quarterly. Volume 28. 1960 Utah State Historical Society, 1960. This is volume 28 complete in four issues and bound in maroon cloth covers in very good condition. The original glossy stiff paper covers are bound in and present. This is a scarce volume and include some great historical articles. There are articles on the following topics: Yellowstone National Park, Apostle Reed Smoot, The Pony Express, The Colorado River, The Utah War. $88.00

537. Mortensen, A.R.-editor. Utah Historical Quarterly. Volume 29. 1961. Utah State Historical Society, 1961. This is the complete volume 29 from 1961 in four issues. Bound in maroon cloth covers. Original glossy stiff paper covers are bound in and present. Light wear to the binding. Overall in very good condition. This volume contains articles of interest such as Mercur, Utah ghost town, an article by Juanita Brooks on Utah's Cotton Mission, Campaigns against the Navajos, Catholicism in Utah, and Polygamy and the 1860 Election. $49.50

538. Mortensen, A.R.-editor. UTAH HISTORICAL QUARTERLY. Volume XIX (19), 1951. West From Fort Bridger. Salt Lake: Utah State Historical Society, 1951. 297 pages. Maroon covers. A beautiful copy with only very slight shelf wear. $30.00

539. Mossman, Isaac Van Dorsey. A Pony Expressman's Recollections. Champoeg Press, 1955. 55 pages. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. $12.50

540. Mrs. Gust Auran, Ella G. Cooper, Mrs. Gordon Hall, Mrs. Fred Heuer, Mrs. Orville Knutson, Dorothy Krise, Mrs. Otto Moe, Ruth Ralph, and Paul O. Rogen. Stories and Histories of Divide County, 1974. History Book Committee, 1974. Blue cloth covers show some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. $55.00

541. Mulford, Clarence E. HOPALONG CASSIDY AND THE EAGLE'S BROOD. New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1931. Some shelf wear. Corners bumped. Light soiling to the covers. $6.50

542. Mulford, Clarence E. Hopalong Cassidy Returns. Triangle Books, 1943. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The dust jacket has slight edge-wear and a few very small tears to the edges. $15.00

543. Mumey, Nolie. Alaskan Memories And Other Poems. The Range Press, 1983. Very good condition, slight wear to corners, pages untrimmed. $12.50

544. Mumey, Nolie. The Black Ram of Dinwoody Creek: A Story of Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep. Denver, Colorado: Range Press, 1951. Shelf wear to the spine edges. The corners are bumped and rubbed through. Light soiling to the covers. This is a signed, limited edition of 350 copies. $24.50

545. Mumey, Nolie. Early Mining Laws of Buckskin Joe - 1859. Johnson Publishing, 1961. Some shelf wear to spine extremities. Binding sound. $22.50

546. Mumey, Nolie. Old Forts and Trading Posts of the West. Bent's Old Fort and Bent's New Fort on the Arkansas River. Volume 1, all Published. Denver, Colorado: Artcraft Press, 1956. 239 pages. Limited edition of 500 copies, signed by the author. This copy also has an additional signature and dated inscription by the author on the front blank endpaper. Red cloth covers show light wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tight copy. $70.00

547. Mumey, Nolie. The Teton Mountains, Their History and Tradition. Denver: Artcraft Press, 1947. 461 pages. This is the signed, limited edition of 700 copies, of which this is numbered 305. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Pners are slightly rubbed. A clean and tight copy. $165.00

548. Mumey, Nolie. MARCH OF THE FIRST DRAGOONS TO THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS IN 1835. The Diaries and Maps of Lemuel Ford Eames Brothers Press, 1957. Limited edition of 350 copies, signed by the author. Some shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. This copy also has an additional signature and inscription by the author on the front blank endpage. $78.00

549. Mumey, Nolie. Hoofs To Wings The Pony Express. Johnson Publishing Co., 1960. Signed twice by the author, once as an inscription to a friend and once on the edition limitation page. Some shelf wear to the spine and corners.  Original glassine slipcover is present with some chips to the edges. $150.00

550. Mumey, Nolie. Amos Steck Forty-Niner: His Overland Diary to California; a Pioneer Coloradan, Prominent Citizen, Jurist, Educator, Builder and Philanthropist. The Range Press, 1981. Very good condition in the original glassine covering. The glassine has a few small chips to the edges. Signed, limited edition of 200 copies. $45.00

551. Mumey, Nolie. James Pierson Beckwourth, 1856-1866: An Enigmatic Figure of the West. Old West Publishing Co., 1957. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket with a few small chips and tears. Signed and limited to 500 copies. $65.00

552. Mumey, Nolie. Anselm Holcomb Barker, 1822-1895: Pioneer Builder and Early Settler of Auraria. Golden Bell Press, 1959. Signed, limited to 500 copies. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. $34.00

553. Mumey, Nolie. History and Legal Proceedings of Buckskin Joe, C. T. 1859-1862. Denver, Colorado: Johnson Publishing Co., 1961. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Limited edition of 500 copies signed by the author. $28.00

554. Mumey, Nolie. History and Laws of Nevadaville. The Johnson Publishing Co., 1962. Signed by the author. Light wear to the edges. Overall very good condition. $14.50

555. Mumey, Nolie. Estelle Philleo: Setting the West to Music, 1881-1936. Artcraft Press, Denver, CO, 1955. Glassine covered softbound covers. Light wear. $15.00

556. Mumey, Nolie. John Williams Gunnison (1812-1853): the Last of the Western Explorers. Denver: Artcraft Press, 1955. Signed by author and limited to 500 copies. Iome shelf wear to binding and light rubbing to spine and corners. A clean and tight copy in beautiful condition. $110.00

557. Mumey, Nolie & none. Sacajawea. The Great American Indian Heroine Who Accompanied Lewis and Clark Up the Missouri River in 1804-1805. Johnson Publishing Company, 1959. Softbound white covers with stapled binding. Light wear to the edges of the covers. The bottom right corner of the front cover is slightly bumped. $15.00

558. Mumey, Nolie (Editor). DENVER CITY AND AURARIA, The Commercial Emporium of the Pike's Peak Gold Regions, in 1859. Nolie Mumey, 1970. Facsimile editon of the1859 rare original. Paper covers with stapled binding. Near fine condition. $15.00

559. Mumey, Nolie-editor. The Diary of Edward Dunsha Steele, Across the Plains to Boulder Colorado in the Year of 1859. Johnson Publishing Co, 1960. Light wear to the covers. The top right corner is slightly bumped. The system limited edition of 500 copies, signed by the author. Does not include the commemorative box with other facsimiles. $55.00

560. Mumey, Nolie-editor. Edward Dunsha Steele, 1829-1865. Pioneer, Schoolteacher, Cabinetmaker and Musician. A Diary of His Journey From Lodi, Wisconsin, Across the Plains to Boulder, Colorado, in the Year 1859. Johnson Publishing Co, 1960. This is a set of facsimile editions of these rare 19th-century publications, housed in a nice custom-made lidded box.  $75.00

561. Munroe, Charles E. A PRIMER ON EXPLOSIVES FOR METAL MINERS AND QUARRYMEN. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1915. 125 pages. Softcovers. Some tears to the paper on the spine near to the top. Paper starting to pull away from the inside cover and text block, but still firm. $30.00

562. Mussler, Hans & Ruth Mussler. Gentile Valley,  The First 100 Years. (Arizona). Publishers Press, 1998. 437 pages. Green cloth covers show light wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. A good Arizona history. $85.00

563. Mutchler, Dr. Robert W.-editor. The Denver Westerners 1973 Brand Book Volume XXIX (19). The Westerners, 1974. Ex-library copy, with some library labels and stickers on the spine and inside the covers. The spine has a couple of torn spots that have been repaired with strapping tape. The binding is tight and the pages complete. $14.00

564. Myrick, Thomas S. The Gold Rush: Letters of Thomas S. Myrick from California to the Jackson, Michigan, American Citizen, 1849-1855. The Cumming Press, 1971. 117 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. $12.50

565. Napton, William B. OVER THE SANTA FE TRAIL 1857. Santa Fe, New Mexico: Stagecoach Press, 1964. 73 pages. This is the Wagonmaster edition, limited to 99 copies. Ex-library, with labels on spine and a small label on the top of the front cover and labels inside the front cover. Light wear to the spine and corners. Binding is tight. $75.00

566. National Automobile Club. N.A.C. Green Book of Pacific Coast Touring. 1931. Softbound covers show wear to the spine edges and corners. The corners have slight creases. A few small soiled spots to the covers. $20.00

567. National Park Service. DRAFT ELIGIBILITY-FEASIBILITY STUDY & ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT. California & Pony Express Trails. MO-IA-NE-KS-CO-WY-UT-ID-NV-OR. Washington, DC: U. S. Dept. of the Interior, 1987. Some shelf wear. Corners bumped. Softbound covers. Some Underlining. Scarce. Covers have light soiling. Includes dozens of fold-out maps. A great reference book on the California and Pony Express Trails. $18.75

568. Nealy, Sid H. IN THE TRAIL OF THE PACK-MULE. New York: F. Tennyson Neely, 1902. 261 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Some soiling to the front covers. $33.00

569. Nelson, Amanda Wimpy. My sister and I. Ye Galleon Press, 1973. 38 pages. Light wear to the edges of the binding. Limited to 300 copies. $22.50

570. Nelson, Herbert B. & Preston E. Onstad-editors. A Webfoot Volunteer: The Diary of William M. Hillear,y 1864-1866 Oregon State University Press, 1965. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. Dust jacket has some wear to the edges. $13.50

571. Nelson, Lenard J & Bessie M. Shrontz Roberts-Wright. The First Fifty Years: Michaud Flats U.S. Army Base, Pocatello Regional Airport. Wright, 1992. 238 pages. Signed by one of the authors, Lenard Nelson. Glossy red hardback covers in fine condition. $25.00

572. Nelson, Leonard Rowell. Nebraska's Memorial Capitol. [Printed by Woodruff printing company], 1931. 119 pages. Flexible glossy softbound covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. A few light soiled spots to the covers. A clean and tight copy. Includes numerous photographic illustrations of the Nebraska state capital building interior. $45.00

573. Nelson, Milo G. IDAHO LOCAL HISTORY: A BIBLIOGRAPHY WITH A CHECKLIST OF LIBRARY HOLDINGS. Moscow, Idaho: University Press of Idaho, 1976. Hardback edition. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn, else VG dust jacket. $35.00

574. Nevada Department of Transportation. Nevada Map Atlas.  Nevada Dept of Transportation, 1993. Spiral bound soft covers. Light edge wear else very good. $6.95

575. Nicaise, Auguste. A Year in the Desert. Ye Galleon Pr, 1980. Slight wear else very good condition. $14.50

576. Nichols, Ronald H.-compiler. Reno Court of Inquiry. Official Record, Court of Inquiry to Investigate the Conduct of Major Marcus A. Reno. Complete set of 3 volumes. Costa Mesa, California: Privately Printed, 1983. 1983 private printing. Complete in three spiral-bound softcover volumes. Light wear, but overall very good condition. $65.00

577. Noonan, D.A. ALASKA: THE LAND OF NOW. Seattle, Washington: D. A. Noonan, 1921. 134 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $11.50

578. Northland Press. A Reprint of the History of Arizona Territory Showing it's Resources and Advantages: With Illustrations Descriptive of its Scenery, Residences, Farms, Mines, Mills, Hotels, Business Houses, Schools, Churches, Etc. Northland Press, 1964. Light shelf wear, else VG. The dust jacket has small chips and tears to the spine and edges. A large and beautifully printed book. $95.00

579. Ogle, Georgia Myers. ELM FORK SETTLEMENTS: FARMERS BRANCH AND CARROLLTON. Carrollton, Texas: Nortex Press, 1977. 647 pages. Slight wear to red cloth covers. With many photographic illustrations. $26.50

580. Ojala, Cori & McGrath, Kevin. Remembering Days Past: Hercules, California 1879 to 1979. City of Hercules, 1980. Oblong softbound illustrated show some wear to the spine edges and corners. $33.00

581. Olmstead, S.R.; John W. Oliver (Nolie Mumey and LeRoy Hafen). The Gold Mines of Kansas and Nebraska. Guide to the New Gold Region of Western Kansas and Nebraska with Table of Distances and an Accurate Map. Denver, Colorado: Nolie Mumey, 1950. This is a facsimile edition of these two rare guidebooks. Both are printed with paper covers and housed in a custom slipcase. The slipcase has wear to the edges and some chipping on the paper label of the spine. $10.00

582. Olson, Reuel Leslie. The Colorado River Compact. 1926. 527 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners.  A clean and tight copy. $48.00

583. Optic, Oliver-et al. The Great Bonanza: Illustrated Narrative of Adventure and Discovery in Gold Mining, Silver mining, Among the Raftsmen, Oil Regions, Whaling, Hunting, and Fighting. Lee & Shepard, 1876. Green cloth covers with pictorial covers and gold titles. A beautiful pictorial binding. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped, with the corners starting to rub through. The binding is tight. The former owner wrote his name across the title page. $70.00

584. Overholser, Marguariete. John Sutherland: His Life and Times. Marguariete Overholser, 1980. Signed by author. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket.  $44.50

585. Paine, Lauran. The General Custer Story: The True Story of the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Fireside Press, 1960. 1960 edition. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small chips and tears. $10.00

586. Palmer, William Jackson. William Jackson Palmer: Pathfinder and Builder. Geroge Foster Peabody, 1931. Some shelf wear. Corners bumped and rubbed. A few scuffs to the covers. Binding is tight. $13.50

587. Parkman, Francis. LaSalle and the Discovery of the Great West.  Little, Brown and Company, 1893. 448 pages. 1892 edition. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. A clean and tight copy.  $35.00

588. Parrish, Edward Evans. Diary of Rev. Edward Evans Parrish Crossing the Plains in 1844. Ye Galleon Pr, 1987. 44 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $14.95

589. Parsons, William Bostwick. The New Gold Mines of Western Kansas. Denver, Colorado: N. Mumey, 1951. This is a facsimile of the rare 1859 first edition. The facsimile wrapper is pasted to the inside front cover, which is called the cover to separate from the front joint. This is common with all of the copies that I know of this printing. Housed in the publisher's slipcase. The slipcase has some wear to the edges and a few chips to the paper label on the spine. $22.00

590. Passenger Department of the Santa Fe. The Grand Canyon of Arizona: Being a Book of Words From Many Pens About the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. passenger department of the santa fe, 1909. 1909 edition. Pictorial paper over board covers. There are a few small chips to the paper at the edges of the spine. The corners are rubbed through and bumped. Some rubbing to the covers. A clean and tightly bound copy. Numerous photographs throughout the book. $35.00

591. Patterson, J.T. The Corner-tang Flint Artifacts of Texas. University Bulletin No.3618 : MAY 8, 1936. The University of Texas, 1936. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $15.25

592. Patton, Annaleone D. CALIFORNIA MORMONS BY SAIL AND TRAIL. Salt Lake: Deseret Book, 1961. 197 pages. Shelf wear to spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small tears and chips. $6.25

593. Pattullo, George. The Untamed: Range Life in the Southwest. Desmond Fitzgerald, 1911. Green cloth. Illustrated covers. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. There is a small perforation from a small nail or sharp pointed object near the bottom of the back cover. This perforation also affects about half of the text pages.  $12.50

594. Peery, Wilson Kimsey. AND THERE WAS SALMON. Portland, Oregon: Binfords & Mort, Publishers, 1949. Signed by the author. Slight shelf wear to spine edges and corners. One spot on front cover has a small stained spot. Dust jacket has slight chipping to edges and light soiling. Tmall stained spot. Dust jacket has slight chipping to edges and light soiling. A rare title. Aes and light soiling. A rare title. Beautifully illustrated in color and black-and-white by Grace Livinia Pollock. $34.00

595. Pelzer, Louis. Marches of the Dragoons in the Mississippi Valley. Iowa State Historical Society, 1917. 282 pages. 1917 printing. Some wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. A beautiful copy, clean and tightly bound. $25.00

596. Perkins, Charles Elliott. The Pinto Horse. Wallace Hebbard, 1927. 1927 printing. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners, with corners bumped. $12.50

597. Perkins, George E. Pioneers of the Western Desert. Wetzel Publishing Company, 1947. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. Light soiling to the orange covers. Corners slightly bumped. $35.00

598. Perry, E. Caswell. Glendale Area History. J.W. Anderson, 1974. 485 pages. Very good condition. $14.95

599. Petri, Alice. Coper Lodge in Hells Canyon,  A Memoir. Cold Hill Press, 1990. Softbound covers. Some wear and rubbing to the covers. The binding is tight. $22.50

600. Phillips, Paul C.-editor. FORTY YEARS ON THE FRONTIER AS SEEN IN THE JOURNALS AND REMINISCENCES OF GRANVILLE STUART, GOLD MINER, TRADER, MERCHANT, RANCHER AND POLITICIAN. Glendale, California: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1957. 265 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $28.00

601. Pierce, Henry H. Report of an Expedition from Fort Colville to Puget Sound, Washington Territory, by Way of Lake Chelan and Skagit River. Ye Galleon Pr, 1975. 27 pages. Softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. $22.00

602. Piercy, Frederick Hawkins. ROUTE FROM LIVERPOOL TO GREAT SALT LAKE VALLEY. Facsimile reprint of 1855 first edition. Salt Lake City: Westernlore Press, 1957. 120 pages. Slight shelf wear. Includes the rare dust jacket issued by the Paul Bailey's Westernlore Press. The jacket has some browning at the edges and a couple of small chips, but is still quite presentable. This is a facsimile edition of the 1855 rare first edition. With reprints of the beautiful original illustrations. $100.00

603. Pigman, Walter Griffith. The Journal of Walter Griffith Pigman. Walter G. Staley, 1942. 82 pages. Scarce. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Spine discolored, soiling to edges and cover. $125.00

604. Pittman, Captain Philip. The Present State of the European Settlements on the Mississippi. Arthur H. Clark, 1906. Limited to 300 copies. Small chips and slight fraying to the spine cloth. Slight edge wear. Corners bumped. Pages untrimmed. Partial label remnant on inside back cover. $45.00

605. Platt, P.L. and N. Slater. Travelers' Guide Across the Plains Upon the Overland Route to California. John Howell Books, 1963. Signed by Dale Morgan, who wrote the introduction to this book. With original publisher's prospectus. Slight shelf wear, else VG. $42.50

606. Polk, Dora Beale. The Island of California: A History of the Myth.  Arthur H Clark, 1991. 398 pages. Light shelf wear, else VG in lightly worn dust jacket. $16.50

607. Porter, Milly Randall Hunt-et al. Bruneau: Then and Now. A History of Bruneau, Idaho, 1811-2010. Caldwell, Idaho: Bruneau Booster Club, 2010. 171 pages. Glossy softbound covers in fine condition. Signed by all three authors on the title page. A scarce item of town history. $35.00

608. Powell, Barbara V. Citizens of North Idaho. Volume 2-Newspaper Abstracts, 1862-1875. B.V. Powell, 1986. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. This is volume 2 in the set. $45.00

609. Powell, J. W.. Tenth  (10th) Annual Report of the American Bureau of Ethnology 1888-1889. Government Printing Office, 1889. Ex-library, but with minimal library usage. There is a library label on the spine, but no other library marks, stamps, or bookplates. Green cloth cover show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The binding is tight and the contents, including all of the illustrations. This volume contains the excellent work entitled "Picture-Writing of the American Indians", by Garrick Mallery. With numerous illustrations, including some full-page color plates. $55.00

610. Powell, J.W. The Seri Indians of Kino and Sonora, Mexico. Seventeenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology. Rio Grande Press, 1971. Shelf wear to the spine edges. A couple of small tears to the spine edges. Corners slightly bumped. A few soiled spots to the covers. This is the facsimile reprint of the original. $20.50

611. Powell, J.W.. Tenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1888-1889. Government Printing Office, 1893. Ex-library, but with minimal library usage. There is a library label on the spine, but no other library marks, stamps, or bookplates. Green cloth cover show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The binding is tight and the contents, including all of the illustrations. This volume contains the excellent work entitled "Picture-Writing of the American Indians", by Garrick Mallery. With numerous illustrations, including some full-page color plates. $100.00

612. Powell, John Wesley. 15th ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY, 1893-'94 Gov. Printing Office, 1897. Green cloth covers show wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Some rubbing to the covers. Ex-library label on the bottom of the spine, but no internal library stamps or bookplates. Some of the articles included in this report are:  -Stone Implements of the Potomac-Chesapeake Tidewater Province, by William Henry Holmes; -Several Tusayan Katcinas, by Jesse Walter Fewkes; -The Repair of Casa Grande Ruin, Arizona, by Cosmos Mindeleff. $30.00

613. Powell, John Wesley. Fourteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology 1892-1893. Complete set of parts I and II. Government Printing Office, 1896. Complete set of 2 volumes, Part I & Part II. Part II of this set is notable for the lengthy treatise by Mooney on the Sioux Indian Ghost Dance Religion. There are numerous illustrations accompany the treatise. Part I contains a very good paper on the Coronado Expedition to the Southwest. This set is ex-library, but has minimal library usage. There are library labels on the spines, but no other library marks, stamps, or bookplates. Green cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The bottom corners of Part II are quite bumped. The bindings are tight and all of illustrations are present. An excellent reference set of this classic ethnology work. Priority postage would be quite a bit extra because of the size and weight of the set. No international shipping on this item. $60.00

614. Powell, John Wesley. TWENTIETH ANNUAL REPORT Of The BUREAU Of AMERICAN ETHNOLOGY To The SECRETARY Of The SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, 1898-99. Government Printing Office,, 1903. Ex-library, but with minimal library usage. There is a library label on the spine, but no other library marks, stamps, or bookplates. Green cloth cover show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The binding is tight and the contents, including all of the illustrations. This volume contains a study titled "Aboriginal Pottery of the Eastern United States", by W.H. Holmes. Beautifully illustrated with plates, some of them in color. $24.00

615. Powell, Lawrence Clark. Landscapes and Bookscapes of California. An address. The Friends of the Bancroft Library, 1958. Softbound covers show slight discoloration to the edges. $12.50

616. Powell, Lyman. Historic Towns of the Western States. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1901. 702 pages. Beautifully bound in 3/4 maroon leather, with leather spine and corners and marbled paper over board covers, paste-downs, and endsheets. Light wear to the spine edges and corners. A deluxe fine binding in very good condition. $45.00

617. Powers, Alfred. Early Printing in the Oregon Country. Portland, Oregon: Portland Club of Printing House Craftsmen, 1933. The spine has a small chip to the bottom. Some wear to the edges. Limited edition of 500 copies. $14.00

618. Powers, Mary Rockwood. A Woman's Overland Journal to California. Ye Galleon Pr, 1987. 75 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners, else very good. $35.00

619. Prescott, Philander & Donald Dean Parker. The Recollections of Philander Prescott, Frontiersman of the Old Northwest, 1819-1862. University of Nebraska Press, 1966. 272 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. The dust jacket also has a couple of small tears to the edges. $12.50

620. Priestley, Herbert. Franciscan Explorations In California. Arthur H. Clark, 1946. Ex-library copy, with spine number on bottom of spine. There is shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners, with the corners slightly rubbed through. The binding is tight. Slight discoloration to the covers. $15.00

621. Pringle, O M. Magic River Deschutes & Experience of an Emigrant. 1970. Softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. $10.00

622. Pritchard, William Fowler &  Earl Hampton Pritchard &  Phil Pritchard. Journal of William Fowler Pritchard: Indiana to California 1850, Return Via Nicaragua 1852. Ye Galleon Pr, 1996. 148 pages. Glossy softbound covers. Light wear to the edges of the covers. $45.00

623. Progulske,Donald R. and Frank J. Shideler. Following Custer. South Dakota State University, 1974. Glossy yellow softbound covers show light wear to the edges. Slight discoloration to the spine. $11.50

624. Purcell, Polly Jane. Autobiography and Reminiscences of a Pioneer. Ye Galleon Press, 1974. Maroon hardback covers in very good condition. $117.50

625. Quaife, Milo M. Kit Carson's Autobiography. Chicago: The Lakeside Press, 1935. 192 pages. Slight shelf wear to spine and corners. Lakeside Classic edition. $40.00

626. Quaife, Milo M.-editor  . Yellowstone Kelly: The Memoirs of Luther S. Kelly. New Haven, Connecituct: Yale University Press, 1926. 268 pages. Blue cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The corners are bumped.  $16.95

627. Quaife, Milo Milton. FORTY YEARS A FUR TRADER ON THE UPPER MISSOURI: THE PERSONAL NARRATIVE OF CHARLES LARPENTEUR 1833-1872. Chicago: Lakeside Press, 1933. Shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to the spine and corners. Lakeside Classics edition. $19.50

628. Quaife, Milo Milton-editor. Pictures of Gold Rush California. Lakeside Classics Series. Chicago: Lakeside Press, R. R. Donnelley & Sons, 1949. 383 pages. Slight wear to the spine and corners. A clean, tight copy. $14.50

629. Quaife, Milton Milo-editor. Across the Plains in Forty-Nine. Lakeside Press,, 1948. Slight shelf wear, else VG. Lakeside Classic edition. $12.50

630. Quinn, Charles Russell. Christmas Journey into the Desert: A Narrative Concerning the Colonists of the Anza Expedition Who Crossed the Deserts of the American Southwest. Elena Quinn, 1960. Ex-library, with labels on spine and labels inside the front cover. Shelf wear and markings to the spine and corners and cover. Some soiling to the covers. Binding is tight. $10.00

631. R., Fretwell Hazel. They Came to Jordan. Self Published, 1995. Signed by the author. Glossy softbound covers show some wear to the edges of the binding. A clean and tight copy, overall in near very good condition. $15.00

632. Ragus , Nick, Jimmie Fulton, Frances Gerhardt (Contributing Editors). Honor the Past... Mold the Future : Gila Centennials, Inc. Gila Centennials, Inc. Historical Celebration and Pageant. September 10-19, 1976. Gila Centennials, 1976. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. Small tears to the paper and around the staples in the spine. $48.00

633. Ranney, Agnes Johnson. The Valley I Remember: Meadows Valley, Idaho. Ranney, 1973. 116 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges and a few small discolored spots to the front cover. A clean and tight copy. $13.95

634. Rascoe, Jesse Ed. The Treasure Album of Pancho Villa. Frontier Book Co, 1962. 127 pages. Softbound covers with stapled binding. Light wear to the edges. $26.50

635. Rasmussen, Louis. San Francisco Ship Passenger Lists. Volume 2. San Francisco Historical Records, 1969. This is volume 2 only of the set. Very good in dust jacket with light wear and a few small chips to the edges. $40.00

636. Rasmussen, Louis J. California Wagon Train Lists. Volume 1-April 5, 1849 to October 20, 1852. San Francisco: San Francisco Historic Records, 1994. 327 pages. Very good in very good dust jacket. A scarce title. $64.00

637. Rasmussen, Louis J. San Francisco Ship Passenger Lists: Volume IV-June 17, 1852 to January 6, 1853. San Francisco Historic Records, 1970. 471 pages. Volume 4 only. VG in slightly worn dust jacket with small chips and tears to the spine and edges. $88.00

638. Rath, Ida Ellen. The Rath Trail: Nonfiction Biography of Charles Rath, Indian Trader, Merchant.. Wichita, Kansas: McCormick-Armstrong, 1961. 204 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. $75.00

639. Raymond, Anan S. & Richard E. Fike. Rails East to Promontory: The Utah Stations. Utah State Office Bureau of Land Manag., 1981. 134 pages. Spiral-bound softcover binding. Light wear to the edges. $16.25

640. Read, Effie O. TEARS LIKE NIAGARA. Ely, Nevada: Communications Press, 1978. 154 pages. Some shelf wear to binding. Dust jacket has light wear to the edges. $20.00

641. Reading, Robert S. Arrows Over Texas. San Antonio, Texas: The Naylor Company, 1967. 290 pages. Some shelf wear to the binding. Dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges and folds. $22.50

642. Reagan, Albert B. SOME NAMES OF THE UTE INDIANS OF UTAH, FOLLOWED BY A SELECTED LIST OF WORDS USED BY THE INDIANS OF THE STATE. Salt Lake City: Utah Academy of Arts, Sciences and Letters, 1935. 88 pages. Softbound binding. The paper covers have been removed. There is a small tear to edge of the first page. Contents are complete. A very scarce publication. $45.00

643. Reagan, Albert B. THE SUN GOD MOCCASIN TALES, Volumes 1 and 2. Provo, Utah: M. H. Graham Printing, . Printed wrappers. Light wear. Acarce. This is volume 1 and 2 of this scarce publication. $25.00

644. Reed, Alan D.-et al. THE ARCHEOLOGY AND STABILIZATION OF THE DOMINGUEZ AND ESCALANTE RUINS. Denver: Colorado Bureau of Land Management, 1979. 496 pages. Softbound covers. Some shelf wear to the spine and edges, but binding is tight and contents clean. $8.25

645. Rees, John E. & One Illustrations. Madame Charbonneau, The Indian Woman Who Accompanied the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Lemhi County Historical Society, 1970. Softbound covers with stapled binding. Slight discoloration to the covers and slight wear to the edges. $9.00

646. Reese, Herbert R. 75 Years Blazing Trails: And 70 Years Down the Road. Hawley herald, 1978. 204 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges and some tape repairs to the spine. $14.00

647. Reid, Robert A. Puget Sound and Western Washington: Cities, Towns, Scenery. Seattle: R.A. Reid, 1912. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. Nice pictorial front cover. Numerous is a little. The date is set. A set is you might if you and in is a $30.00

648. Rein, David & Vardis Fisher. Vardis Fisher: Challenge to Evasion. Normandie House, 1938. 63 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $8.00

649. Renner, Frederic G. CHARLES MARION RUSSELL, GREATEST OF ALL WESTERN ARTISTS. Washington, D.C.: Pioneer America Society Press, 1968. 25 pages. Signed limited edition of 250 copies. Ex-library, labels remnants inside the front cover. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Binding is tight. Htight. There are a couple of scuffed marks on the front cover where labels were peeled off the paper over board binding. $7.75

650. Rensch, Hero Eugene. Historic Spots in California: The Southern Counties. Stanford University Press, 1932. 267 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. The back cover has some faded and stained spots. The dust jacket has soiling and chips and tears to the edges. $18.00

651. Rhodes, Eugene Manlove. The Trusty Knaves. University of Oklahoma Press, 1971. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has slight edge-wear. $9.95

652. Rich, John Martin. Chief Seattle's Unanswered Challenge. Glen Adams, 1977. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $23.50

653. Richard Wood, J. Ross Browne & Spencer Murray. Explorations in Lower California: A Travel Account Penned in 1866 of the Cape Region With Appropriate 1966 Commentary and Guide to Present Resorts and Accommodations. Vaquero Books, 1966. Limited to 1,000 copies. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. $40.00

654. Richards, Benjamin B-editor. California Gold Rush Merchant: The Journal of Stephen Chaplin Davis. The Huntington Library, 1956. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $13.75

655. Richardson, Rupert Norval. The Comanche Barrier to South Plains Settlement: A Century and a Half of Resistance to the Advancing White Frontier. Arthur H. Clark, 1933. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. There is some fraying to the cloth at the top and bottom of the spine. The covers have some discoloration around the edges. The binding is tight. Still a solid copy of a scarce title. $120.00

656. Richardson, Rupert Norval. THE FRONTIER OF NORTHWEST TEXAS: 1846 TO 1876. Glendale, Calif.: Arthur H. Clark, 1963. 332 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped.  $73.95

657. Richardson, Ruth Ellsworth. Oregon History Stories. Valley Printing Co, 1938. 119 pages. Softbound covers. Wear to the edges and soiling to the covers. $13.95

658. Richardson, S.C. In Desert Arizona. Press of Zion's Printing and Publishing Company, 1938. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped and rubbed through. Historical fiction. $25.00

659. Richland County Historical Society . A History of Richland County. (North Dakota). Richland County Historical Society (N.D.), 1977. Large red glossy hardback covers with gold embossed illustration on the front cover. Near fine condition. $85.00

660. Ricketts, Virginia. Then and Now in Southern Idaho. Falls City Pub, 1998. 235 pages. Signed by author. Softbound covers. Svers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $12.50

661. Ridge, John Rollin &  Joseph Henry Jackson. The Life and Adventures of Joaquin Murieta, the Celebrated California Bandit.  University of Oklahoma Press, 1955. 159 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has slight edge-wear. $9.50

662. Riley, Glenda. Women and Indians on the Frontier, 1825-1915. University of New Mexico Press, 1984. 336 pages. Very good condition, both book and dust jacket. $6.00

663. Riverton Wyoming Stake. Remember: the Willie and Martin Handcart Companies and Their Rescuers Past and Present. Salt Lake: Publishers Press, 2002. 2001 printing. Light wear to the binding. The dust jacket is in very good condition. There are six or so pages of text with light underlining. A much-in-demand historical account of the ill-fated Willie and Martin Mormon handcart company. They were stranded in Wyoming from a heavy early winter and were rescued by parties from Salt Lake City. Many froze or starved to death and all suffered great privations. Excellent history. $27.50

664. Robbins, Wilfred William, and John Peabody Harrington and Barbara Freire-Marreco. Ethnobotany of the Tewa Indians. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 55 Government Printing Office, 1916. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $13.50

665. Robert, Frank H.H. Early Pueblo Ruins in the Piedra District, Southwestern Colorado. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Ink, 1930. 190 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. $25.00

666. Roberts, B.H. THE MORMON BATTALION, ITS HISTORY AND ACHIEVEMENTS. Salt Lake: Deseret News, 1919. 96 pages. First edition, published in 1919.  Maroon hardbound binding. Some wear to spine edges. Corners are slightly bumped. The folding map is present. $37.50

667. Roberts, Edwards. The City of Denver, 1888. An early history of "The Queen City of the Plains". Outbooks, 1976. 24 pages. Softbound covers with stapled binding in very good condition. $8.50

668. Roberts, Frank H.H. Archeological Remains in the Whitewater District, Eastern Arizona. Part II. Artifacts and Burials. Government Printing Office, 1940. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A fingerprint smudge on the front cover. $15.00

669. Roberts, Frank H.H. Archeological Remains in the Whitewater District Eastern Arizona: Part I: House Types. GPO, 1939. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. Spine faded. A clean and tight copy. $8.00

670. Roberts, Frank H.H. The Ruins at Kiatuthlanna Eastern Arizona. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 100. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian, 1931. 195 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. Small tears to the paper at the bottom of the spine on spine. Former owner's small ink stamp on the front cover. $11.50

671. Robertson, Clara Hamlett. Kansas Territorial Settlers of 1860. Clearfield, 2007. 216 pages. Shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to spine and corners. $19.50

672. Roberts-Wright, Bessie M. Shrontz. KIMBERLY, IDAHO HISTORY. (TWIN FALLS COUNTY). [n.p.]: Privately Printed, 1990. 263 pages. Signed by both authors. Near new condition. Numerous photographs. A well-written history. $95.00

673. Robinson, Doane . History of South Dakota. Volume 1 and 2. Complete set of two volumes. B.F. Bowen and Co., 1904. Complete set of two volumes. Both volumes are bound in black half leather, with leather spine and corners. The edges of the spines and corners are worn and rubbed, with some discoloration along the joints and edges of the boards. The leather corners are slightly rubbed through. A few small scuffed spots to the covers. The back cover of volume 2 has some wrinkling to the cloth from moisture contact. This is not severe. A few text pages near the end of volume 2 have some dampstaining to the lower edges. The text blocks are tight and the pages are clean. A very scarce South Dakota history, especially in so in the complete two-volume set. Includes quite a bit of history of the Sioux Indian wars, Custer and his expeditions, mining in the Black Hills and many other items of interest in South Dakota history. $445.00

674. Rockwell, Wilson. MEMOIRS OF A LAWMAN. Denver: Sage Books, 1962. 378 pages. Shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has a few small tears and chips to the edges. $21.50

675. Rodda, Richard. Sacramento's Streetcars. Sacramento, California: Sacramento County Historical Society, 1987. 15 pages. Softbound covers. There is light discoloration at the edges of the covers. $15.00

676. Rogers, Fred Blackburn. THE CALIFORNIA STAR: YERBA BUENA AND SAN FRANCISCO. Volume I (1), 1847-1848: A Reproduction in Facsimile. Berkeley: Howell-North Books, 1965. 212 pages. Light wear to spine and corners. Plain brown dust jacket is also in very good condition. A large oversized book. A beatiful facsimile of this rare historic California newspaper. $60.00

677. Ronsheim, Milton. The Life of General Custer. Monroe County Library System, 1978. Softbound covers. Light wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $40.00

678. Root, Riley. Journal of Travels from St. Josephs to Oregon: With Observations of That Country, Together With Some Description of California, its Agricultural Interests, and a Full Description of its Gold Mines. Biobooks, 1955. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Limited to 500 copies. $24.00

679. Root, Virginia V. Following the Pot of Gold at the Rainbow's End in the Days of 1850. The Bancroft Library, University of California, 1983. Green paper covers. The spine has a strip of white tape over it, also covering an inch or so of the front and back covers. The pamphlet has very little wear. $15.00

680. Rosa, Joseph G. ALIAS JACK MCCALL: A PARDON OR DEATH? An Account of the Trial, Petition for a Presidential Pardon, and Execution of John McCall for the Murder of Wild Bill Hickok. Kansas City: Kansas City Posse of the Westerners, 1967. 32 pages. Limited edition of 250 copies, signed by the author. Ex-library, with labels on the spine and a small label on the top of the front cover and labels inside the front cover. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Binding is tight. $12.00

681. Rosenberg, C.G.-editor. Buckskin Mose: or, Life from the Lakes to the Pacific. An Actor, Circus-Rider, Detective, Ranger, Gold-Digger, Indian Scout, and Guide. New York: Henry L. Hinton, 1873. 284 pages. 1873 first edition. original brown cloth covers show quite a bit of wear to the spine edges and corners. The corners are rubbed through and bumped. There is some rubbing and scuffing to the covers. The binding is tight and the pages are complete. Some pages have small pencil marks in the margins, but not underlining. A few pages have some small areas of staining, mostly in the margins. $200.00

682. Roylance, Ward Jay. Utah's Geography and Counties. 1967. 94 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. Plastic spiral binding has a couple of cracks. $14.50

683. Ruffolo, Frank-et al. Butteopia: Impressions of Butte Montana.  Silver Street Group Ltd, 2006. Large glossy softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. Copy lineA clean and tight copy. $14.50

684. Russell, Charles M. Studies of Western Life. Herbert Spencer Green, 1976. Oblong softbound covers. Some wear to the edges of the covers. This is the 1976 facsimile reprint. $40.00

685. Sales, Reno H. Underground Warfare At Butte. The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1966. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket with small chips and tears to the spine and edges. $9.00

686. Sanders, Sue. Our Common Herd. Barton syndicate, Country life press, 1939. 261 pages. Signed by the author. Flexible leather binding. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $19.95

687. Sawyer, Lorenzo W. WAY SKETCHES CONTAINING INCIDENT OF TRAVEL ACROSS THE PLAINS...GOLD REGION. Edward Eberstadt, 1926. Quite a bit of shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to the spine and corners. The paper over board covers are worn through at the edges in places. One small ink stain near to the top of the front cover. Pages are untrimmed. Limited to 385 copies. $95.00

688. Scearce, Stanley. Northern Lights to Fields of Gold. Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1939. 390 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. Tust jacket has small chips and tears.  $15.00

689. Scearce, Stanley. Northern Lights to Fields of Gold. Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1939. 390 pages. Some shelf wear to the spine and corners. The dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges, especially at the spine edges. Some of the pages have some waviness at the edges from moisture contact. $20.00

690. Schatz, August H. LONGHORNS BRING CULTURE. Boston: Christopher Publishing Hse., 1961. 240 pages. Ex-library, with labels on the spine and labels inside the front cover of the book and dust jacket. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. Binding is tight. $12.50

691. Schindler, Harold. In Another Time: Sketches of Utah History. Utah State University Press, 1998. 216 pages. Large glossy softbound covers. Light wear to the edges of the covers. $7.25

692. Schoolland, John B. &  Joseph Sturtevant. Boulder Then and Now: Picturesque Boulder and Gems of Boulder County. Johnson Pub Company, 1976. Some shelf wear to the spine and corners. $17.50

693. Scott, Kenneth D. & Jennette S. Scott. Belle Starr in Velvet. Pan Press, 1963. Signed by both authors. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small chips and tears and a couple of small stains. $75.00

694. Scott, Mary Hurlburt. The Oregon Trail through Wyoming; A century of history, 1812-1912. Powder River Publishers, 1958. 155 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. Limited to 750 copies. $40.00

695. Sedona Westerners. THOSE EARLY DAYS. OLDTIMERS' MEMOIRS. Oak Creek. Sedona and the Verde Valley Region of Northern Arizona. Enlarged Edition. Sedona Westerners, 1975. Orange softbound covers show some wear to the edge and corners. A clean and tight copy. $33.00

696. Shamberger, Hugh A. The Story of the Water Supply for the Comstock: Including the Towns of Virginia City, Gold Hill, and Silver City, Nevada.Together with Other Water-Related Events for the Period 1859-1969. United States Government Printing Office, 1972. Softbound covers show light wear to the edges. $38.50

697. Sharrock, Floyd W. Prehistoric Occupation Patterns in Southwest Wyoming and Cultural Relationships with the Great Basin and Plains Culture Areas. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1975. 215 pages. Brown softbound covers show some wear to the edges and corners. A clean and tight copy. Very good condition. $23.95

698. Shaw, Luella. TRUE HISTORY OF SOME OF THE PIONEERS OF COLORADO. Hotchkiss, Colorado: W.S. Coburn-et al., 1909. 1st Edition. 268 pages. Ex-library, with labels on the spine and a small label on the top of the front cover and labels inside the front cover. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Binding is tight. $10.00

699. Shay, John C. Twenty Years in the Backwoods of California. Roxburgh Publishing, 1923. Light pebbled cloth covers show light wear to the spine edges. Slight browning to the page edges. The corners are lightly worn and slightly bumped. A clean and tight copy. $80.00

700. Shepard, George. Addresses of the Rev. George Shepard and Rev. S.L. Cadwall to the California Pilgrims From Bangor, Maine. 1966. Green softbound covers. Light wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $18.00

701. Shepardson, Mary &  Blodwen Hammond. Navaho Mountain Community: Social Organisation and Kinship Terminology. University of California Press, 1970. 278 pages. Very good condition, both book and dust jacket. $8.00

702. Shephard, J. S. Journal of Travel Across the Plains to California, and Guide to the Future Emigrant. Glen Adams, 1989. 53 pages. Very good condition. $12.95

703. Sheridan Chamber of Commerce. Historical Sheridan and Sheridan County. Sheridan Chamber of Commerce, 1970. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $15.00

704. Sherk, Mary L. Massacre Canyon: The Last Indian Battle. Prairie Print, Western. Softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. $10.75

705. Shine, Steven Martin. Early Years to Golden Years in Rio Vista. Victoria Books, 1978. 142 pages. Softcover binding. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Signed by author. $27.50

706. Shumate, Albert. The California of George Gordon and the 1849 Sea Voyages of His California Association. Glendale, California: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1976. Very good in lightly edge-worn dust jacket. $20.75

707. Shurtleff, Wallace Vincent. Bridger Country. N.p.: Privately Printed, 1979. 200 pages. Softbound covers show some wear to the edges. Light soiling to the edges of the covers as well. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. A scarce, privately printed history of the Fort Bridger Wyoming area. $49.50

708. Siceloff, David. Boy Settler in the Cherokee Strip. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton, 1964. Some shelf wear to the edges of the binding. Slight discoloration to the spine and edges of front covers. $10.00

709. Siringo, Charles A. Riata and Spurs. Houghton Mifflin Company, 1927. 1927 revised edition. Tan cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges. The corners are slightly bumped and starting to wear through. The binding is square and the pages are clean and tight. B $33.00

710. Skaggs, Jimmy M. Ranch and Range in Oklahoma. Oklahoma Historical Society, 1978. 134 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges and some scuffing to the front cover. $6.00

711. Skarsten, M.O. &  Map Illustrated. George Drouillard, Hunter and Interpreter for Lewis and Clark and Fur Traders, 1807-1810. The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1964. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tight copy. $64.95

712. Sleight, Jennie B. EARLY BEGINNINGS OF THOMAS FORK VALLEY: A History of Raymond and Geneva, Idaho and Border, Wyoming. Geneva, Idaho: Privately Printed, 1988. 172 pages. Slight wear and slight discoloration to the covers. Rormer owner's name at the bottom of the title page. Softbound covers. A scarce title. $48.00

713. Smart, Bill. From Mexico to Montreal on a Cow Pony. Fort Worth, Texas: Teague Printing, 1928. Flexible great cloth covers with embossed illustration of a bucking bronco with writer on the front cover. Quite a bit of wear to the spine edges and corners. The front and back cover. Have creases in the middle from being bent a bit too far. The front hinge was repaired by a previous owner with a hot glue gun. I was able to remove much of the heart and glue and use acid-free archival glue to repair the hinge, but there is still some residue from the ghastly repair. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. The book mixes a travelogue with cowboy poetry throughout from this Texas cowboy. $37.50

714. Smart, William & Donna T. Smart-editor. Over the Rim: the Parley P Pratt Exploring Expedition to Southern Utah, 1849-1850. Logan, Utah: Utah State University, 1999. Very good condition, both book and dust jacket. $20.00

715. Smet, Pierre-Jean De. Western Missions and Missionaries. Irish University Press, 1972. 540 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The dust jacket has wear and rubbing to the spine and edges. $30.00

716. Smiley, Jerome C. SEMI-CENTENNIAL HISTORY OF THE STATE OF COLORADO. Volumes I and II. Complete set of two volumes. Chicago: Lewis Publishing Company, 1913. Complete set of two volumes. Original 1/2 brown leather binding. Bindings are tight. There is shelf wear to the spine edges and the corners. Some rubbed and scuffed spots to the leather. Corners are rubbed through in places. A scarce and important Colorado history. $175.00

717. Smith, Alson J. MEN AGAINST THE MOUNTAINS: JEDEDIAH SMITH AND THE GREAT SOUTH WEST EXPEDITION OF 1926-1829. New York: John Day Company, 1965. 320 pages. Shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has a few small tears and chips to the edges. $9.50

718. Smith, Charles W. A CONTRIBUTION TOWARD A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MARCUS WHITMAN. Seattle: University of Washington, 1909. 62 pages. 1909 softcover edition. Some wear and rubbing to the covers. There is a small taped spot on the top of the spine. Bottom right corner is creased. Scarce. $11.95

719. Smith, Philip D. The Sagebrush Soldiers: Nevada's Volunteers in the Civil War. P.D. Smith, 1981. 87 pages. White softbound covers with stapled binding. A few light soiled spots to the covers. $27.50

720. Smithsonian Institution. Twenty-Seventh Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1905-1906. Government Printing Office, 1911. Ex-library, but with minimal library usage. There is a library label on the spine, but no other library marks, stamps, or bookplates. Green cloth cover show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The binding is tight and the contents, including all of the illustrations.    Includes the treatise "The Omaha Tribe", by Alice C. Fletcher & Francis La Flesche. $25.00

721. Smithsonian Institution. Forty-Eighth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, 1930-1931. Smithsonian Institution, 1933. Softcover binding. Ex-library, but with minimal library usage. There is a library label on the spine, but no other library marks, stamps, or bookplates. Green cloth cover show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Ses and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The binding is tight and the contents, including all of the illustrations. This volume is a general index to Volumes 1-48. $25.00

722. Snell, George D. The Great Adam, A Novel. The Caxton Printers, 1934. 449 pages. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small chips and tears to the edges. $14.00

723. Sohn, Anton Paul. A SAW, POCKET INSTRUMENTS, AND TWO OUNCES OF WHISKEY: FRONTIER MILITARY MEDICINE IN THE GREAT BASIN. Spokane, Washington: Arthur H. Clark, 1998. Blue cloth covers in fine condition. $9.75

724. Sommers, Jonita. Green River Drift: A History of the Upper Green River Cattle Association. Falcon Pr Pub Co, 1994. 394 pages. Signed by the author and presented to a former cowboy employee of the Upper Green River Cattle Association "To Buck, to one of Irv's wranglers who helped on the Green River Drift. I hope you enjoyed your time cowboying with us. Jonita Sommers." The book has light wear. A few pages in the middle have an indent from being paperclipped together. The dust jacket has one small tear on the back panel. A wonderful association copy and a great Wyoming cattle ranching and cowboy history. $145.00

725. Sonnichsen, C.L. THE MESCALERO APACHES. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 1958. 303 pages. 1958 first printing. Some shelf wear to binding. Dust jacket has some chips to the edges. $9.95

726. Sorenson, Alfred. The Story of Omaha from the Pioneer Days to the Present Time. Omaha, Nebraska: Privately Printed, 1923. 1923 third printing. Red cloth covers show some wear to the spine edges and corners, with light rubbing to the corners. There is slight dulling to the gold title on the spine and front cover. A couple of small discolored spots to the front and back covers. The binding is tight and square and the pages are clean. A solid of a very scarce, privately printed title. $75.00

727. South Dakota Historical Society. South Dakota Historical Collections and Report. Volume XXV (25). 1950. The Madison Daily Leader, 1951. Some shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. The binding is tight. $20.00

728. South Dakota Historical Society. South Dakota  Historical Collections and Report, Volume XXVI (26). South Dakota State Historical Society, 1953. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The spine has a couple of rubbed spots. The binding is tight. $20.00

729. South Dakota Historical Society. South Dakota Historical Collections. Volume 37. 1975. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. $18.00

730. South Dakota Historical Society. South Dakota Historical Collections. Volume XXII (22) 1946. Madison Daily Leader, 1947. 544 pages. Green cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. There are a few rubbed spots to the binding. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. $17.50

731. South Dakota Historical Society. South Dakota Historical Collections. Volume XXX  (30). South Dakota State Historical Society, 1960. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. A clean and tight copy. $35.00

732. South Dakota Historical Society. South Dakota Department of History.  Report and Historical Collections. Volume XXXI. (31). South Dakota State Historical Society, 1962. Green cloth covers show light wear to the edges and corners. Some Custer content. $22.25

733. South Dakota Historical Society (Compiled by). South Dakota Historical Collections Volume XXIII (22). 1947. State Publishing Co., 1947. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. A clean and tight copy. $30.00

734. South Dakota State Historical Society. South Dakota Historical Collections. Volume XX (20). 1940. South Dakota State Historical Society, 1924. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped.  $30.00

735. South Dakota State Historical Society. South Dakota Historical Collections, Volume XIX (19). 1938 Hipple Printing co., 1938. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped.  $22.00

736. South Dakota State Historical Society. South Dakota Historical Collections and Report Volume XXIV (24). South Dakota State Historical Society, 1949. 595 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped.  $29.00

737. South Dakota State Historical Society. South Dakota Historical Collections. Volume III (3). 1906. NEWS PRINTING COMPANY, 1906. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped.  $75.00

738. South Dakota State Historical Society. South Dakota Department of History Report and Historical Collections, Volume XXXVI (36). 1972. SD St. Historical, 1972. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Some discoloration and faded spots to the front cover. $10.50

739. South Dakota State Historical Society. South Dakota Historical Collections Volume I, 1902. South Dakota State Historical Society, 1902. This is volume 1 of this long-running series. Blue cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The corners are bumped. There is a bumped. Also, at the top of the spine. The text block has a couple of places that are starting to crack, but the pages are still tightly bound and complete. $30.00

740. South Dakota State Historical Society. South Dakota Department of History Report and Historical Collections Volume XXXIV  (34). South Dakota State Historical Society, 1968. Light shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners.  A few small rubbed spots on the spine. A clean and tight copy $11.50

741. South Dakota State Historical Society. South Dakota Department of History Report and Historical Collections Volume XXXVI (36). South Dakota State Historical Society, 1972. 618 pages. This is volume 36. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners.  $18.50

742. South Dakota State Historical Society. South Dakota Historical Collections Volume 37. 1974. South Dakota State Historical Society, 1975. 432 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners.  $15.50

743. South Dakota State Historical Society. South Dakota Department of History Report and Historical Collections Volume XXXV (35) 1970. South Dakota State Historical Society, 1970. 399 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. $29.50

744. South Dakota State Historical Society. South Dakota Historical Collections, Volume 39. South Dakota State Hist. Soc, 1979. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Some discolored spots and stains to the covers and spine. $10.75

745. South Dakota State Historical Society. South Dakota Department of History Report and Historical Collections, Volume XXXIII (33). State Historical Society, 1966. $16.00

746. South Dakota State Historical Society. South Dakota Department of History Report and Historical Collections. Volume XXIX (29). South Dakota State Historical Society, 1958. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. $17.00

747. South Dakota State Historical Society. South Dakota Report and Historical Collections. Volume XXVIII, (28) 1956. South Dakota State Historical Society, 1957. 573 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $10.00

748. South Dakota State Historical Society. South Dakota Historical Collections. Volume XXI (21). 1942. Hipple Printing Co., 1942. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped.  $20.00

749. South Dakota State Historical Society. South Dakota Department of History Report and Historical Collections. Volume XXXI (31). South Dakota State Historical Society, 1962. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners.  $22.50

750. Spell, Leslie Doyle. Forgotten Men of Cripple Creek. Big Mountain Press, 1959. 160 pages. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has some soiling and small chips and tears to the edges. $20.00

751. Spring, Agnes Wright. Cheyenne and Black Hills Stage Routes. The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1949. Signed by the author. Red cloth covers show light wera to the edges. A clean and tight copy in near very good condition. $85.00

752. Spurling, Fannie Smith. Postmarked Vermont and California, 1862-1864. Tuttle, 1940. 202 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The dust jacket has some chips and tears, with a piece of the jacket missing at the top of the spine. $14.50

753. Stansbury, Howard. An Expedition to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake.  University Microfilms, 1966. Light wear to the spine and corners. $5.95

754. Stapilus, Randy. Outlaw Tales of Idaho: True Stories of the Gem State's Most Infamous Crooks, Culprits, and Cutthroats. TwoDot, 2008. 136 pages. Softbound covers. Light wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $11.75

755. Steffen, Jerome O. William Clark: Jeffersonian Man on the Frontier. University of Oklahoma Press, 1977. 208 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has slight edge-wear. $12.50

756. Steffens, Lincoln. Lincoln Steffens: The Sacramento Years. Sacramento County Historical Society, 1984. 62 pages. Softbound covers with stapled binding. Very good condition. $12.50

757. Stegmier, Mark Joseph &  David Miller. James F. Milligan: His Journal of Fremont's Fifth Expedition, 1853-1854. His Adventurous Life on Land and Sea. Arthur H Clark, 1988. 300 pages. Fine condition in the plain white dust jacket. Dust jacket has slight soiling. $12.50

758. Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Amateur Emigrant. Part 2-Emigrant Train. LEWIS OSBORNE, 1977. This Part II only of the set. Very good condition, both book and dust jacket. $20.50

759. Stevenson, Robert Louis.. THE AMATEUR EMIGRANT, With Some First Impressions of America. Edited by Roger G. Swearingen. Part One (I)-The Emigrant Ship. Lewis Osborne., 1976. This is Part I only of the set. Very good condition, both book and dust jacket. $20.00

760. Stillman, J.D.B. &  Ron Tyler. Wanderings in the Southwest in 1855. The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1990. 194 pages. Red hardback covers in very good condition. A clean and bright copy. $10.00

761. Stimson, H.K. From the Stage Coach to the Pulpit: Being an Auto-Biographical Sketch, with Incidents and Anedotes. O. W. Spratt, 1883. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. A clean and tightly bound copy. $25.00

762. Stoffle, Richard W. & Henry F. Dobyns. NUVAGANTU: NEVADA INDIANS COMMENT ON THE INTERMOUNTAIN POWER PROJECT. Reno, Nevada: Bureau of Land Management, Nevada, 1983. 279 pages. Large softbound covers. Slight shelf wear to the edges of the spine and covers. Slight browning to covers. Pages are clean and tightly bound. $55.00

763. Storm, Barry. Gold of the Superstitions, A Southwestern Publication. Volume 1, No. 1, 1940 The Southwestern Press, 1940. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. Spine faded and has a few small tears. Some of the pages have slight rippling to the upper right corners. $42.50

764. Strapac, Joseph A. California's Locomotives: Shortline Steam in the Golden State. Shade Tree Books, 2008. 128 pages. Glossy softbound covers show light wear to the edges. A beautiful copy and great historical reference book. $34.50

765. Sturhahn, Joan. Carvalho, Artist-Photographer-Adventurer-Patriot: Portrait of a Forgotten American. Richwood Pub. Co, 1976. 226 pages. Slight shelf wear, corners slightly bumped. Dust jacket has small chips and tears.  $21.50

766. Sweeney, Thomas William & Arthur Woodward. Journal of Lt. Thomas W. Sweeny 1849-1853.  Westernlore Press, 1956. 278 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $45.00

767. Sweetman, Luke D. BACK TRAILING ON OPEN RANGE. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1951. 248 pages. Signed by the author. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners, with the lower front corner bumped. The spine and a small portion of the lower back cover has some discoloration and fading. The dust jacket has wear to the edges and a few small tears, also a ca. 2" piece of the paper missing from the bottom of the dust jacket spine. The smaller chip at the top of the jacket and a couple of tears at the folds. Still quite presentable and very scarce in first edition dust jacket signed. $48.00

768. Talbot, Dan. A Historical Guide to the Mormon Battalion and Butterfield Trail. Westernlore Press, 1992. 124 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. $11.50

769. Talkington, H. L. State Constitution and School Laws of Idaho, Considered with Reference to the Student, the Teacher, the School Official, and Any Others Interested in the Political and Educationl Instiutions of the State. Lewiston morning tribune, 1906. Red cloth covers. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped and rubbed through. Spine slightly cocked. Discolored spots on the front cover. $15.00

770. Taylor, Zachary Butler, Thomas,. Old Rough and Ready speaks his mind Zachary Taylor on the conduct of war, a letter to T. Butler, Matamoros, June 19, 1846. Printed for F.W. Beinecke, 1960. Blue softbound covers with string-tied binding. Light wear to the edges of the covers. $19.50

771. Teggart, Frederick J., Editor. Diary Of Nelson Kingsley. A California Argonaut Of 1849. University of California, Berkeley, 1914. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. pages untrimmed. $22.50

772. Teichmann, Emil. Journey to Alaska in the Year 1868. Being a Diary of the Late Emil Teichmann. Argosy-Antiquarian Ltd., 1963. Limited to 750 copies. Light wear to the binding. $37.50

773. Tennent, William L. JOHN JARVIE OF BROWN'S PARK. Salt Lake City: Utah State Office, Bureau of Land Management, 1984. 141 pages. Large softbound covers. Slight wear to be edges of the spine and covers. $8.95

774. Terrell, John. War for the Colorado River. Volumes 1 and 2 complete. The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1965. Both volumes are in very good condition in lightly worn dust jacket. $32.50

775. The History Publication Committee. Territorial Centennial: Twin Falls County 1963-1974--[a Folk History of Twin Falls County 1863-1963. Twin Falls, Idaho: The History Publication Committee, 1974. 110 pages. Softbound covers show wear to the edges. Some soiling to the covers and evidence of usage at the page edges. Still a tightly bound and clean copy. $6.25

776. The most awesome boy in the history of the worldGifford, E.W. The Kamia of Imperial Valley. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1931. Softbound covers. Light wear to the edges. A very nice copy in very good condition. $18.50

777. Thomas, Sewell. Yaqui Gold. -, 1963. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket with small chips and tears to the spine and edges and soiling to the covers. $6.95

778. Thompson, Richard Allen. A STRATIFIED RANDOM SAMPLE OF THE CULTURAL RESOURCES IN THE CANYONLANDS SECTION OF THE MOAB DISTRICT OF THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT IN EASTERN UTAH. Cedar City, Utah: Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Utah State Office, 1978. 206 pages. Large softbound covers. Slight shelf wear to the edges of the spine and covers. Pages are clean and tightly bound. $18.25

779. Thompson, Willard. THE MURDER ON GRAND ISLAND. Sacramento County Historical Society, 1986. 16 pages. Softbound stapled pamphlet. Near fine condition. $12.50

780. Thornley, Fred Curtis. Port San Diego and its Industrial Opportunities. Watson-Jones, 1927. 30 pages. Flexible illustrated card covers. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. With numerous illustrations. A scarce, San Diego promotional book. $30.00

781. Thwaites, Reuben Gold. A Brief History of Rocky Mountain Exploration. D. Appleton and Company, 1904. Red cloth covers show some wear to the spine edges and rubbing to spine and corners. P clean and tight copy. $40.00

782. Thwaites, Reuben Gold. COLLECTIONS OF THE STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF WISCONSIN. Volume 20-"The Fur Trade in Wisconsin, 1812-1825" and "A Wisconsin Fur Trader's Journal, 1803-04". Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1911. 497 pages. Blue cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners, with the corners slightly bumped. There is a printer's error on pages 435-438, where pages 435 and 436 reprinted on top of pages 437 and 438. There are also some tears to these pages. The rest of the text is free from defects. The front and back hinges are cracked, but the binding is holding. Still a solid copy of this important fur trade, Wisconsin history. $20.00

783. Tice, John H. Over the Plains, on the Mountains, or, Kansas, Colorado, In the Rocky Mountains Agriculturally, Mineralogically, and Aesthetically Described. St. Louis, Missouri: Industrial Age Printing Company, 1872. 282 pages. 1872 printing. Quite a bit of wear to the edges of the spine and rubbing to the spine and corners. There is a chip to the cloth at the top of the spine. Aorners are bumped. The binding is tight.  $95.00

784. Tilghman, Zoe Agnes Stratton. Marshal of the Last Frontier: Life and services of William Matthew Tilghman, (Western frontiersmen series). Arthur H. Clark, 1949. 406 pages. 1949 first edition. Red cloth covers show shelf wear and some rubbing to the spine edges and corners. There is a small tear to the cloth at the right side of the headcap a clean and square copy of this scarce first edition. $125.00

785. Toponce, Alexander. REMINISCENCES OF ALEXANDER TOPONCE, PIONEER, 1839-1923. Ogden, Utah: Privately Printed, 1923. 1923 first edition. Red embossed cloth is worn at the spine and corners. The text block has a few cracked spots, but the pages are still firmly attached and the binding is tight. Scarce in first edition. An excellent autobiographical account of this 19th-century overland freighter headquarted in Ogden, Utah. Nice copy of this scarce privately printed book. Toponce was a freighter & businessman in Ogden, Utah in the 19th century. Toponce was involved in placer mining, freighting, owned a stage line, and operated numerous other business ventures in Wyoming, Utah, Montana, Nevada, and New Mexico. $75.00

786. Townshend, R.B. A Tenderfoot in Colorado. University of Oklahoma Press, 1968. 282 pages. Very good in lightly edge-worn dust jacket. $5.95

787. Travis, Helga Anderson. Golden Bonanza. 1963. 33 pages. Signed by the author. Gold colored softbound covers with stapled binding. Light wear and light soiling, else very good condition. $12.50

788. Traywick, Ben T. The Clantons of Tombstone. Red Marie's Bookstore, 1996. 257 pages. Signed by the author. Softbound covers. Some wear and one small tear to the top edge of the front cover. $19.50

789. Truett, Velma Stevens. ON THE HOOF IN NEVADA. Los Angeles: Gehrett-Truett-Hall, 1950. 613 pages. Some wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. A clean and tight copy of a rare Nevada ranching brand book. $285.00

790. Tucker, Harry. STOVE PIPE WELLS VILLAGE. FROM DREAM TO REALITY. Los Angeles: Death Valley Forty-Niners, 1992. Some wear, else VG. Softbound covers. Softbound covers. $5.95

791. Turner, Frederick Jackson and Frederick Merk. List of References on the History of the West. Harvard university press, 1913. 129 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. The paper on the cover is chipped along the spine. Creases to the corners and some soiling to the covers. The text block is tight and the pages are complete. $10.00

792. Turner, Timothy. Turn Off the Sunshine: Tales of Los Angeles on the Wrong Side of the Tracks. Caxton Printers, 1942. Ex-library, with library ink on spine and labels inside the front cover. Moderate shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly rubbed through on the bottom. The binding is tight. $65.00

793. Twain, Mark. The Washoe Giant in San Francisco: Being Heretofore Uncollected Sketches. George Fields/Ward Ritchie Press, 1938. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges, with some pieces missing from the back panel. $25.00

794. Tweedt, Bess. Historic Harrisburg: A Little Town on the Willamette River. B. Tweedt, 1994. 122 pages. Signed by author. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. A couple of small stain spot on covers. $74.00

795. Tzapoff, Antoine & Robert Wagner. The Art of Antoine Tzapoff. standsbyriver, . Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket some rubbing and a couple of small tears to the edges. $150.00

796. U.S. Department of the Interior. Emigrant Trails of Southeastern Idaho. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of the Interior, 1976. 157 pages. Softbound covers show some wear to the edges and light soiling. Some discoloration to the top of the front cover. A clean and tightly bound copy. Numerous maps and photographic illustrations throughout. $14.50

797. Udall, David King & Pearl Udall Nelson. Arizona Pioneer Mormon: David King Udall, His Story and His Family, 1851-1938. Rare limited leather edition. Tucson, Arizona: Arizona Silhouettes, 1959. 304 pages. Near fine condition. Full light brown leather binding. This is one of a limited edition 50 numbered copies, specially-bound in Arizona cowhide. $200.00

798. Udell, John. John Udell Journal, Kept During a Trip Across the Plains. Los Angeles: N.A. Kovach, 1946. 87 pages. Slight wear to the binding. A clean and tight copy. $8.95

799. Underbrink, Robert L. Treasure Trove: An Annotated Bibliography of Books concerning Sunken Gold, Lost Mines, and Buried Treasure. Carlinville, Illinois: Lamplighter Press, 1974. 96 pages. Yellow softbound covers show light wear to the edges. There is light darkening around the edges of the covers. Overall near very good condition. $90.00

800. Underwood, Roy. Meanderings of My Mind. Cody, Wyoming: Rustler Printing and Publishing, 1982. Signed by the author. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. There is a small tear on the front cover and a dark spot on the top right hand corner. No underlining. $6.00

801. United States. Bureau of Mines. Branch of Editorial Services. List of Bureau of Mines Publications and Articles: January 1 to December 31, 1981, With Subject and Author Index.  University of Michigan Library, 1981. 160 pages. Softbound covers. Light wear to the edges. The top right corner of the front cover is slightly creased. A clean and tight copy. $15.00

802. Unrau, William E. Kansa Indians: A History of the Wind People, 1673-1873.   University of Oklahoma Press, 1971. 244 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Some soiling the covers.Dust jacket has small chips and tears.  $12.50

803. Unrau, William E. TENDING THE TALKING WIRE: A BUCK SOLDIER'S VIEW OF INDIAN COUNTRY, 1863-1866. Salt Lake City: University of Utah, 1979. 382 pages. Some shelf wear to binding. Dust jacket has some wear and a few small chips and tears to the edges. $19.50

804. Urbanek, Mae. Wyoming Place Names. Johnson Pub., 1967. Limited to 500 copies. Signed by author. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small chips and tears. $25.00

805. Vandiveer, Clarence A. THE FUR TRADE AND EARLY WESTERN EXPLORATION. Cleveland, Ohio: Arthur H. Clark, 1929. 316 pages. Green cloth binding shows some wear to the spine edges and the corners. A clean and tight copy  $47.50

806. Venegas, Miguel. Juan Maria De Salvatierra of the Company of Jesus; Missionary in the Province of New Spain, and Apostolic Conqueror of the Californias. Arthur H Clark, 1929. Ex-library copy. Quite a bit of shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to the spine and corners. Slight fraying to the cloth at the spine edges. Discoloration to the spine. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. $33.00

807. Wagner, Glendolin D. Old Neutriment. Amereon Limited, 1973. Slight shelf wear to spine edges and corners. Spine faded. $20.00

808. Wagner, Rob. Rob Wagner's California Almanack. (Almanac). Los Angeles: Times- Mirror Press, 1922. 59 pages. Brown paper over board covers show quite a bit of wear. The paper on the spine is chips and reglued in quite a few places. Browning and discoloration to the covers. The text block is nearly separated from the covers on the inside, but the binding is tight and contents clean. $7.50

809. Waibel, Mona. Sweet Home's Good Old Days. Volume II - A Collection of Stories of real Places and People who Lived Locally. Self published, 2009. Glossy softbound covers show light wear. Volume II only. $45.00

810. Waibel, Mona Hyer. Sweet Home's Good Old Days. Volume III (3). Sweet home, Oregon: Privately printed, 2010. Signed by the author. Glossy softbound covers in very good condition. $30.00

811. Walcott, Charles D. & F.W. Hodge. THIRTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF AMERICAN ETHNOLOGY TO THE SECRETARY OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 1914-1915 Government Printing Office, 1921. Ex-library, but with minimal library usage. There is a library label on the spine, but no other library marks, stamps, or bookplates. Green cloth cover show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The binding is tight and the contents, including all of the illustrations. Includes a study on the Osage Tribe by Francis La Flesche. $22.00

812. Walgamott, C.S. REMINISCENCES OF EARLY DAYS: A SERIES OF HISTORICAL SKETCHES AND HAPPENINGS IN THE EARLY DAYS OF SNAKE RIVER VALLEY. Twin Falls, Idaho: Privately Printed, 1926. 128 pages. Shelf wear to the binding and rubbing and slight fraying to the cloth at the edges of the spine. Some scuffing to the covers. A few pages have small tears to the edges. $120.00

813. Walker, Doris. DANA POINT HARBOR/CAPISTRANO BAY: HOME PORT FOR ROMANCE. Dana Point, CA: To-The-Point Press, 1981. 250 pages. This copy is not signed. Light wear to the binding. $15.00

814. Wallace, Elizabeth Virginia Steele. History With the Hide Off. Sage Books, 1965. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Dust jacket has small chips and tears. Jacket has been taped along the top and bottom of the spine, with some soiling to the panels of the jacket. Inside front cover has slight residue along the corner edges. $7.50

815. Wallace, William James. Ancient Peoples and Cultures of Death Valley National Monument. Acoma Books, 1978. 34 pages. Softbound covers with stapled binding. Very good condition. $11.50

816. Walters, Madge Hardin. Early Days and Indian Ways: The Journal of Madge Hardin Walters. Los Angeles: Westernlore Press, 1956. Very good in dust jacket with slight wear to the edges. $33.00

817. Walters, Winifred Fields. Navajoland: A Journey of Legends. Printed by E. Munn Letter Service, 1964. 65 pages. Spiral-bound softcover binding. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $8.75

818. Wardner, Jim. Jim Wardner, of Wardner, Idaho. New York: Anglo-American Publishing, 1900. 154 pages. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Rubbing and some soiling to the covers. Corners are rubbed and slightly bumped. Scarce. $75.00

819. Ware, Joseph E. &  John Walton Caughey. The Emigrants' Guide to California.  Da Capo Pr, 1972. 63 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. $28.75

820. Waters, Frank. MASKED GODS: NAVAHO AND PUEBLO CEREMONIALISM. New York: University of New Mexico, 1950. 1950 first printing. Light shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The dust jacket has about half of the back panel missing and some chips to the bottom of the spine. There are also a couple of smaller chips to the panel edges and folds of the jacket. First edition. $20.00

821. Watford City, North Dakota. Watford City Golden Jubilee. Watford City, North Dakota. 50 Years of Progress, 1914-1964. Watford City, South Dakota: Privately Printed, 1964. 303 pages. Light hardback covers show wear to the spine edges and corners. Light soiling to the covers. A very good local North Dakota history. With numerous historical photographs. A scarce publication. $95.00

822. Watkins, Clara. Kerr County, Texas, 1856-1976. Hill Country Preservation Society, 1975. 343 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tight copy. $20.00

823. Waugh, Lorenzo. Autobiography of Lorenzo Waugh. Oakland, California: Pacific Press, 1883. 1884 printing. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Light soiling to the covers. The binding is tight. Binding tight and contents clean. A nice copy of the scarce first edition. $18.00

824. Webb, Edith Buckland. Indian Life At The Old Missions. Warren F. Lewis, 1952. 326 pages. Light shelf wear to the spine edges and corners, else very good. Dust jacket has small chips and tears. $25.00

825. Webb, Roy. High Wide And Handsome: The River Journals of Norman D. Nevills. Utah State University Press, 2005. 320 pages. Glossy softbound covers in very good condition. $7.95

826. Weer, Paul. Preliminary Notes on the Iroquoian Family. Indiana Historical Society, 1937. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $24.50

827. Weld, Laenas Gifford. Decisive Episodes in Western History. The State Historical Society of Iowa, 1914. 45 pages. Brown softbound covers. Wear and rubbing to the edges. A few small tears to the edges of the covers. Former owner's ink stamp of the upper right corner of the front cover. $12.50

828. Wells, Rev. Lemuel H. A PIONEER MISSIONARY. Seattle: Progressive Printing, 1931. 167 pages. Some shelf wear to binding. Dust jacket has some chips to the edges. $9.50

829. Wenck, Harold Edgar. Phantoms of Old Tombstone. Arizona Silhouettes, 1951. 59 pages. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has some chips and tears to the edges. $9.50

830. Wesley Powell, Grove Karl Gilbert Clare. Report on the Lands of the Arid Region of the United States. BiblioLife, 2008. 210 pages. This is a 2008 facsimile reprint of the 1879 first edition. Olossy softbound covers in very good condition. $15.00

831. Westfall, Deborah A. -Et Al. GREEN SPRING: AN ANASAZI AND SOUTHERN PAIUTE ENCAMPMENT IN THE ST. GEORGE BASIN OF UTAH. Washington, DC: Bureau of Land Management, ca. 1970's. Some shelf wear. A clean and tight copy. $18.50

832. Wheat, Carl I. Pioneer Visitors to Death Valley After the Forty-Niners. California Historical Society, 1939. 22 pages. Softbound covers. Wear and rubbing to the edges. Chips and tears the top of the spine and edges of the front cover. Some repair with archival tape to tears. $75.00

833. Wheeler, Denice. THE FEMININE FRONTIER: WYOMING WOMEN, 1850-1900. [n.p.]: Privately Printed, 1987. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners are slightly bumped. A clean and tight copy. A few stains to front cover. With a foreword by Brigham D. Madsen. $8.50

834. Wheeler, Owen D. THE TRAIL OF LEWIS AND CLARK, 1804-1904. Complete set in two volumes. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1904. Complete set of two volumes. Volume I has been recased, with original cloth spine laid over. Volume II is entirely rebound in maroon library buckram. Both fold-out maps are present, as are all illustrations. Moderate shelf wear to the books. There are labels on the covers and inside the covers and library marks on the spine. Bindings are tight. $45.00

835. Whilt, James. Mountain Memories.  W.B.Conkey - James Whilt, 1925. 104 pages. Signed by the author. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. $19.00

836. White, David A.-editor. News of the Plains and Rockies, 1803-1865. Complete set of 9 volumes, including supplement. Arthur H. Clarke Company, 1996. Complete set of 9 volumes, which includes the supplement volume published some time after the original 8 volumes were issued. Very good condition. Volume 2 and 3 are still in the original publisher's shrink wrap. $270.00

837. Whitebread, Charles; United States National Museum. Indian Medical Exhibit Of The Division Of Medicine In The United States National Museum. Smithsonian Institution, 1925. Softbound covers. Light wear to the edges. $14.50

838. Wierzbicki, F.P.. California as It Is & as It May Be. Burt Franklin, 1970. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. $14.00

839. Wilde, Chris T. Early days of Junction City, Oregon. s.n, 1978. 437 pages. Signed by the author. Large softbound covers. Some wear to the edges and some soiling to the covers. $19.00

840. Wilhelm, John F. Shoot out at Oak Grove. Sacramento County Historical Society, 1983. 16 pages. Softbound pamphlet with stapled binding. Fine condition. $7.25

841. Wilkins, Tivis E.. Short Line to Cripple Creek, Colorado Rail Annual No. 16. Colorado Railroad Museum, 1983. 180 pages. Very good condition in dust jacket with a couple of very small tears to the edges. $18.50

842. Wilkins, Tivis E.. Florence and Cripple Creek: Colorado Rail Annual No.13. Colorado Railroad Museum, 2000. Very good condition in dust jacket with some wear and small chips to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $28.75

843. Will Bagley-editor. The Pioneer Camp of the Saints: The 1846 and 1847 Mormon Trail Journals of Thomas Bullock. Kingdom in the West. Volume 1. Spokane: Arthur H Clark, 1997. 393 pages. Very good condition. This edition, which was issued as part of the Kingdom in the West  series, was issued without dust jacket. $14.00

844. Williams, John H. The Mountain That Was "God": Being a Little Book About the Great Peakwhich the Indians Named Tacoma But Which is Officially Called Rainier. Published by the Author, 1910. Black softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $20.00

845. Williams, Mark H. & Stephen K. Williams.. Utah's Scenic San Rafael. Castle Dale, Utah: Privately printed, 1986. 128 pages. Softbound covers show shelf wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy in near very good condition. $25.00

846. Willis, Terry R. Pages from Sacramento's History. Sacramento County Historical Society, 1983. 35 pages. Softbound stapled covers. Very good condition. $10.00

847. Willson, Earl. The Thunder Mountain Story. [n.p.[: F. Robb, 1962. 10 pages. Softbound covers. Light wear to the covers. Overall very good condition. $8.50

848. Wilson, Eugene Tallmadge. HAWKS AND DOVES IN THE NEZ PERCE WAR OF 1877. PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS. Helena, Montana: Montana Historical Society, 1966. 20 pages. Rebound in library buckram. Ex-library, with spine marks and label and pocket removal marks inside the front cover. The original paper covers are bound within the library buckram and have been preserved nicely. $7.50

849. Wilson, Iris Higbie. WILLIAM WOLFSKILL, 1798-1866: FRONTIER TRAPPER TO CALIFORNIA RANCHERO. Glendale, California: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1965. Some wear to spine and corners, else near VG. A clean and tight copy. $33.95

850. Wilson, Wendell E. THE NEARLY COMPLETE BOTTOM-GUIDE FOR CARBIDE CAP LAMPS. Tucson, Arizona: Wendell E. Wilson, 1982. 22 pages. Softbound covers was stapled binding. A scarce privately printed reference book. $58.00

851. Wiltbank, Esther & Zola Whiting. Lest Ye Forget. (Apache County, Arizona). Apache County, Arizona: Apache County Centennial Committee, 1980. 224 pages. Softbound covers show light wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $28.50

852. Windolph, Charles. I Fought With Custer: The Story of Sergeant Windolph. Last Survivor of the Battle of the Little Big Horn. SCRIBNERS, 1947. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Some soiling on the covers. $11.00

853. Winther, Oscar O. & Gayle Thornbrough. To Oregon In 1852. Indiana Historical Society, 1964. 37 pages. Softbound covers show light wear. $6.50

854. Winther, Oscar Osburn & Gail Thornbrough-editors. To Oregon in 1852: Letter of Dr. Thomas White La Grange County, Indiana, Emigrant. Indiana Historical Society, 1964. Softbound covers show light wear to the edges. Overall near very good condition. $6.50

855. Wood, Dean Earl. THE OLD SANTA FE TRAIL FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER. Kansas City: E. L. Mendenhall, 1951. 272 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine and corners, else near very good. Faint ex-library marks on the spine and former library bookplate inside front cover.  A scarce title. Scarce. $19.00

856. Wood, Raymund F. Monuments to Jedediah Smith. Jedediah Smith Society, 1984. 47 pages. Large softbound covers with stapled binding. Very good condition. $10.50

857. Wood, W. Raymond. THE ORIGINS OF THE HIDATSA INDIANS: A REVIEW OF ETHOHISTORICAL AND TRADITIONAL DATA. Lincoln,  Nebraska: Midwest Archeological Center, 1980. 134 pages. Light wear  Softcover edition. Facsimile of original edition. $45.00

858. Woods, Helen Gee. The Upper Eighty. Mer-Jons Pub. Co, 1967. 270 pages. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small chips and tears. $15.00

859. Woodward, Arthur. THE DENOMINATORS OF THE FUR TRADE: AN ANTHOLOGY OF WRITINGS ON THE MATERIAL CULTURE OF THE FUR TRADE. Pasadena, California: Socio-Technical Publications, 1970. 73 pages. Light wear to the blue cloth covers. $17.50

860. Woodward, Tim. The Department of Yarns: A Selection of Yarns About Idaho, Idahoans, Booming Boise, Lunch with Tim and Other Subjects. Fenwick Books, 1998. Signed by the author.  Glossy softbound covers in very good condition. $5.75

861. Woollen, William Watson. The Inside Passage to Alaska, 1792-1920, With an Account of the North Pacific Coast from Cape Mendocino to Cook Inlet. Awo volume set. Arthur H. Clark Company, 1924. Two volume set. Rebound in recent forest green buckram with paper labels on the spine. Light wear. $150.00

862. Woolley, L.H. CALIFORNIA, 1849 - 1913: or the Rambling Sketches and Experiences of Sixty-Four Years' Residence in that State. DeWitt & Snelling,, 1913. Original paper covers. There is a small chip to the top of the front cover and a small tear to the bottom of the front joint. Slight discoloration to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $12.50

863. Works Project Administration. Oklahoma: A Guide To The Sooner State. University of Oklahoma Press, 1957. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small chips and tears. $33.00

864. WPA. New Mexico: A Guide To the Colorful State. MIDPOINT TRADE, 1940. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges of the spine and panels. Missing the map. $40.00

865. WPA; Works Projects Administration. Almanac for Thirty-Niners. James Ladd Delkin, Stanford, 1938. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. a WPA guide. $6.95

866. Wright, Barbara. CARSON CITY, NEVADA. A STEP INTO LIVING HISTORY: SOME FACTS, SOME LEGENDS, SOME STORIES. Minden, Nevada: Hoofbeats Tours, 1994. 95 pages. Signed by the author. Spiral-bound softcover binding. There is light wear to the edges and slight soiling to the covers. The pages are clean. $12.50

867. Wright, Lawrence Boynton. Fifty-Six Years of Exploration: A Search for Gold. Craftsman Printers, 1975. 234 pages. Glossy softbound covers show wear to the spine edges and corners. The text has five pages with ink underlining. The center of the text block is starting to crack, but holding. A scarce title. $45.00

868. Wright, Patricia. TWIN FALLS COUNTRY: A LOOK AT IDAHO ARCHITECTURE. Boise, Idaho: Idaho State His. Society, 1979. Softbound covers. The text block is broken up, with some pages loose within the covers. The contents are complete, just loose. Softbound covers. $9.75

869. Wyman, Walker D. The Legend of Charlie Glass: Negro Cowboy on the Colorado-Utah Range. River Falls State University Press, 1970. Yellow softbound covers with stapled binding. Light wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $35.00

870. Wyoming Geological Association. Highway Geology of Wyoming: Road Logs of the Highways Including Points of Geologic, Economic, Historic and Scenic Interest. Wyoming Geological Association, 1964. 375 pages. Black hardback spiral bound covers. There is light wear and a few small soiled spots on the front and back covers. The pages are clean and in very good condition. $100.00

871. Ye Galleon Press. History of Idaho Territory: Showing Its Resources And Advantages. Fairfield, Washington: Ye Galleon Press, 1973. 302 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The gold on the front cover and spine is dulled a bit, but still legible. This is a facsimile reprint of the original 1884 edition. There is a newspaper article glued onto the end of the introduction page, showing the obituary for Nancy Stringfellow, who wrote the introduction to this book. No international shipping on this title, because of the large size and weight. $125.00

872. Young, Charles E.. Dangers of the Trail. Press of W. F. Humphrey, 1912. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $65.00

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