Through The Country Of The Comanche Indians In The Fall Of The Year 1845 The Journal Of A U. S. Army Expedition Led By Lieutenant James W. Abert Of The Topographical Engineers Artist Extraordinary Whose Paintings Of Indians And Their Wild West

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Large hardcover, folio bound in cream colored cloth lettered in gold on upper cover, in publisher’s cream colored dust-jacket, lettered in red and black. 77 page. Preface by John Galvin. Illustrated with 24 color paintings by Lieut. Abert, two large fold-out printed maps, a sketch map and one monochrome sketch. Limited edition, 1 of 5000. No previous ownership marks. Deckle-edged pages show mild, sporadic darkening and cream cloth has mild foxing present at upper extremities on both covers. Dust-jacket is complete with light edge-wear to top, small laceration/gash to lower quadrant of front panel, and toning to spine and extremities. Very good+ in a good dust-jacket. Not in Howes.U.S.Iana.

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Weight 3.12 lbs
Book Author

Abert, James W.; Galvin, John [editor]

Publisher

John Howell — Books

Publish Year

Publish Place

San Francisco

Size

Folio – over 12 – 15" tall

Book Condition

Jacket Condition

Binding Type

Hardcover

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