Very Good. No Jacket. Clean, square, unmarked copy, with clean white pages and tight binding. Spotless red boards with gold-colored lettering and JH crest on cover and spine. No fraying, bumps, stains, dust spotting, etc. The only sign of age/wear is some browning near the spine on the endpapers. Historical text includes material on Lac du Flambeau, Flathead River, San Poil River, Whiteriver, AZ, Cibecue on Fort Apache, Fort Defiance Plateau, Choctaw Tribe (Oklahoma), Osage (Oklahoma), and native american homes in the Great Plains.
Very Good. Kinney, J. P. A Continent Lost-A Civilization Won: Indian Land Tenure in America. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1937. 1st Edition. 366pp. Indexed. Illustrated. 8vo. Red Cloth. Book condition: Very good. Light rubbing to extremities. Edges bumped.
Very Good with no dust jacket. Red stamp on front flyleaf stating Curry's buys books; Illus., Large map at end of volume. Biblio., Appendix. Index. Signed by author on title page; B&W Illustrations; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 366 pages; Signed by Author.
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