Good. 147 p. Early history of horse saddle development in western North America. Includes a number of illustrations and black and white photographs. Paperback. Quite a bit of fading, some wear along edges.
VG-(Ex-library, with marks and labels possible. ) Brown illus. wraps, x, 147 pp., 84 BW & 4 color illus. #39 in the series, Smithsonian Studies in History and Technology. A valuable resource guide concerning the early West's saddles. Includes articles about saddles of the West, the Mexicans and the Plains Indians, by Richard E. Ahlborn, Daniel F. Rubin de la Borbolla, James S. Hutchins, John C. Ewers, and Ann Nelson. Descriptively annotated plates and glossary.
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