Description:Very Good. 1969 Hardcover 1st illus., maps, ports. 349 p....Very Good. 1969 Hardcover 1st illus., maps, ports. 349 p. Former Library book. Bibliography: p. -337. Bibliographical footnotes. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy!
Description:ISBN. Trade Paperback. Very Good Condition, with minor rubs and...ISBN. Trade Paperback. Very Good Condition, with minor rubs and creases to edges and corners of covers, slight dustsoiling and browning to edges of interior pages, minor crease along lower corner of page 11. Tight, sound, unmarked copy except for price blacked out on upper right corner of front cover. No statement of later printing on copyright page.
Description:Very good in very good dust jacket. 349 p. : illus., maps, ports...Very good in very good dust jacket. 349 p. : illus., maps, ports.; 21 cm. Includes: Illustrations, Maps, Portraits. Bibliography: p. -337. Bibliographical footnotes.
Description:Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket. 8vo Stated first edition....Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket. 8vo Stated first edition. DJ is price clipped and has a faded spine. Boards are slightly convex; previous owner's name on ffep and half title page. Overall an attractive copy. 349 pp.; ALWAYS WITH DELIVERY CONFIRMATION. 34 YEARS OF FAST/RELIABLE SERVICE. MEMBER ABAA.
Description:Fine in Very Good dust jacket. Tells the story of the fort from...Fine in Very Good dust jacket. Tells the story of the fort from its establishment in 1817 until it bacame a National Historic Site in 1961. 349 pp. Review copy. Jacket in Brodart jacket protector. All dust jackets are in Mylar acid-free protectors.; 8vo.
Description:Fine in Fine jacket. 349 pages, maps, illustrations. The...Fine in Fine jacket. 349 pages, maps, illustrations. The history of a famous fort from its beginning in 1817 until it became a National Historic Site in 1961.
Description:Illustrations & Maps. Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo-Over 8"...Illustrations & Maps. Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo-Over 8"-9" Tall. Signed by Both Authors , 349 pp, , tan clothcovered boards w/black title block on the spine w/gilt lettering, SIGNED by Gibson on the ffep, Inscribed and SIGNED by Bearss on the verso of the half title page, dj tan-white w/black-brown lettering on the front panel & spine. Fort Smith was repeatedly abandoned and reoccupied for fifty years, until it became known as the Belle Point Phoenix, the fort the "refused to die." It was originally built to stop a war between teh Osags and the CHerokees, then served as a supply depot for the Choctaws, army base in the "White Lightnin' Wars, " supply depot for Confederates, then Union base, then the Federal Court for Western District of Arkansas moved in, where it served as a base for law and order in Indian Territory.
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