The monumental classic capturing the spirit of the Indian lifestyle has returned in its original epic splendor. More than 80 portraits preserve the beauty and pathos of Native Americans.The monumental classic capturing the spirit of the Indian lifestyle has returned in its original epic splendor. More than 80 portraits preserve the beauty and pathos of Native Americans.Read Less
Good. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Find out why millions of customers rave about Better World Books. Experience the best customer care and a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
NF. New edition bound in brown boards. Illustrated through-out. 304 pages. A bright, clean copy. Previous owner's address label on front endpap er & his name is stamped to the edge of the page blocks. DJ is just ab out fine. Not price clipped.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Size: 8 x 10; VG, little wear, PON inside. The machine that made America. Before the Steam Train arrived America was a forest of small hamlets and a few big cities. Travel was by horse and buggy and often people would live for months without seeing a new face. The book tells the tale well! SHIPPING: ALL OUR BOOKS ARE PLASTIC WRAPPED (and in IN STURDY containers) PLUS ELECTRONICALLY TRACKED.
Yes. Good in Fair jacket. This book is an album of classic American railroading. Book is in good condition with a taped rear hinge, wear and soil, jacket is in fair condition with creases, edgewear, tears, chipping and faded spine. No date, 304 pages, 11 x 8.5.
Very Good in good jacket. A classic album of American Railroading. (LH) Fat 4to, 304pp, dust jacket has a few small chips to edges, it is somewhat soiled, and the spine is sun faded. One of Beebe and Cleggs classiest railroad books. More than 500 illustrations, it pictures the grand manner of the golden age of steam railroading.
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