Life and Adventures of Frank Grouard

By: De Barthe, Joe, (DeBarthe)

Price: $500.00

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545 pages, 67 illustrations, rebound in ¾ leather and marbled boards, marbled end-sheets, raised bands on spine, light toning to some pages, a few illustrations has repairs to the backs, about a near fine copy. Most always found in poor condition, due to it's size and history. Very Scarce, most of the editions were lost in the St, Joe flood. Laid in are some research notes and letters about Grouard and his later life. Grouard was a scout for Crook, captured by the Sioux when he was nineteen, spent seven years in the camps of Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse. Claimed to be the first white man to visit the Custer battlefield after the fight. A chapter on Frank and Jesse James, Nez Perce War, Battle of Wounded Knee, Battle of Slim Buttes, Buffalo Bill, Liver Eating Johnson, etc. Howes D183, Rader 1090, Graff 1035, Six Guns 574, Luther 38, Dustin 86.

Title: Life and Adventures of Frank Grouard

Author Name: De Barthe, Joe, (DeBarthe)

Categories: Native Americans, Custer,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: St. Louis, MO., Combe Printing Co.: 1894

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good+

Type: Book

Seller ID: 015303

Keywords: west, Custer, Cavalry, Scouts, Indians, Captivity ,little big horn, outlaws, sitting bull, crazy horse, buffalo Bill, Indian Wars