Good. B000NVTSK4 Softcover book with overall wear to the exterior. The pages are clean with no markings. A name is written inside of the book. A small stain is inside of the front cover. The binding is fully intact. Fast shipping!
Charles M. Russell. Very Good in Very Good jacket. 347 pages. Hardcover. Drawings by Charles M. Russell. Illustrated end papers and paste downs. Decorative stain to top edge. Ex-lib with light end paper marking, residue stamping, still very good overall. Record # 300449.
Very Good in Good jacket. 347 p. 16 pp. photographs and illustrations. From the James S. Copley Library, with the San Diego newspaper publisher and philanthropist's bookplate to the front pastedown. Octavo. Original yellow cloth binding, with brown stamping. Internally crisp and clean. Minor bump to the top corner of p.143-154. A few small, unobtrusive bits of tape from an old dust jacket protector to the pastedowns and the verso of the dust jacket. Some general minor shelfwear to the dust jacket, with prominent sun fading along the spine; otherwise about very good.
Whoop-Up Country is one of the finest works ever written on the history of the North-West's first highway. The author goes into great detail explaining the requirements of the early Montana-Canadian frontier which gave the old trail such importance. Not only has he researched the principle reason behind the freighting trail's use
but also speaks of the shippers who made fortunes in a few short years. This text is a must have for all early west history buffs. You won't be disappointed.
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