Bengtz, Ture. Fair. No Jacket. Black book, white print on spine, 163 pages. The book has a couple spots on the pages. The cover has bumps and a tear at the lower spine. On the title on the cover someone has written over the title in pen and made other drawings. A name is printed on the lower edge of the front inside cover.
Ture Bengtz. Near Fine. Inscribed By Author Signed Shelf 537 Clean and tight; signedf by author on half title page, " Best wishes Arville Wheeler"; a slight bit of light browning to edge of paper; Not a book club (BC) copy. No previous owner name, not ex library, not a remainder.
Near Fine. First edition (no additional printings listed). Original pictorial boards, 163 pp, illustrated with black and white drawings. Hardcover, near fine, no dustjacket. Corners bumped, bit rubbed along edges, otherwise tight, clean, paper crisp, unmarked and apparently never read. History; Native Americans; Indians; Indian captivity.
Illustrated by Bengtz, Ture. Good+ 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall 163 pp; Lightly edgeworn boards; pages with occasional waterstaining and slightly warped with water damage along lower margins, else a solid book with unmarked interior and wonderful BW illustrations by Bengtz, includes map. In 1789 the small band of indians attacked and killed Jennie's siblings while she and her son were taken captive for slave labor-but she escaped, survived the wilderness, and made it back to her husband.; Always Delivery Confirmation. 35 Years Fast Excellent Service. We Know How To Pack Books.
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