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Near Fine in None as Issued jacket. Text/BRAND NEW & Bright. Illustrated soft cover/NF showing light edge rubs. Fold-out map (also BRAND NEW). First published 1926, Yale Univ. Autobiography/memoir of pioneer, hunter and trapper Luther S. "Yellowstone" Kelly (1849-1928). "Yellowstone" earned his nickname while scouting for the Army on the Yellowstone River; from 1876 to 1878 he was Chief of Scouts for Lieutenant-General Nelson Miles who penned the Foreword. Kelly later guided two expeditions into Alaska, served as the Captain of Volunteers in the Philippines and then took on a post as agent of the San Carlos Indian Reservation. It is said he was as as likely to quote Shakespeare as skin a beaver. His stoies of hunting, scouting and frontier warefare are certainly well narrated. Yellowstone Kelly finally retired in California where he died on Dec. 17, 1928. At his request he was buried at the summit of Kelly Mountain in Billings Montana overlooking the land he scouted and loved.
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