The Black Hills or, The Last Hunting Ground of the Dakotahs. A Complete History of the Black Hills of Dakota From Their First Invasion in 1874 to the Present Time, Comprising a Comprehensive Account of How They Lost Them; of Numerous Adventures of the Early Settlers; Their Heroic Struggles for Supremacy Against the Hostile Dakotah Tribes, and Their Final Victory; the Opening of The Country to White Settlement, and Its Subsequent Development


Published by Nixon-Jones, St. Louis, 1899
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Thick octavo. original blindstamped green cloth lettered in gilt. Illustrated. Tallent's work is a valuable source for the history of the invasion and settlement of the Dakota-Wyoming country by whites. It includes accounts of the first expedition to the Black Hills, as well as that of the Custer and Yellowstone expeditions. [Howes T14. Graff 4061. Adams, Six-Guns 2180. Adams, Herd 2232. Jennewein 124]. Spine very slightly worn at extremities, else fine. Bookseller Inventory # 2820

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Title: The Black Hills or, The Last Hunting Ground ...

Publisher: Nixon-Jones, St. Louis

Publication Date: 1899

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: First edition.

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