Good. Nice paperback. No spine crease. Light wear. Owner's name signed on front cover. Text is clean, unmarked, tight. 2nd printing. (Shelf location: C) All items carefully packed to avoid damage from moisture and rough handling. Tracking included.
VG+ Tan wraps faded, name written inside front cover and a few names written on rear cover, tightly bound. "A story of the many pioneers of Miller County, Arkansas, based upon the life of Claiborne Wright, the most dominant of those who dared to settle in what would become Southeast Oklahoma and Northeast Texas. The first written account of the settlers who claimed both Texas and Arkansas their home. The story of Old Miller County, now N. E. Texas and S. E. Oklahoma, from 1816-1830." A Wright family genealogy and local history. Index.; MCN20877; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 184 pp.
Steely, Skipper. SIX MONTHS FROM TENNESSEE. Wolfe City, TX: Henington Publishing Company, 1982. 184pp., index, black and white maps and illustrations. On the last blank page is a neat handwritten list of "Indian Raids and Murders", a few small neat notations in the margin. Laid-in are several pages of maps and genealogical names and other information. Included is a typed letter from Skipper Steely to Betsy Mullins mentioning further genealogical details, signed in ink by Steely Skipper. 8vo. Fine hardcover.
Near Fine. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed. By Author 184pp, incl index and appendix; charts and illustrations; covers are white with black, black and white illust on front, corners are turned, spine isa white with black; pages are pristine.
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