Through The Country Of The Comanche Indians In The Fall Of The Year 1845 The Journal Of A U. S. Army Expedition Led By Lieutenant James W. Abert Of The Topographical Enginers Artist Extraordinary Whose Paintings Of Indians And Their Wild West

By: Abert, James William, Galvin John

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77 pages, maps, illustrations. Rittenhouse 1, "When Fremont was at Bent's Fort during his third expedition, he sent a detachment under Abert to examine the country south through Raton Pass and down the Canadian River. "LIMITED EDITION, 1 of 5000 copies

Title: Through The Country Of The Comanche Indians In The Fall Of The Year 1845 The Journal Of A U. S. Army Expedition Led By Lieutenant James W. Abert Of The Topographical Enginers Artist Extraordinary Whose Paintings Of Indians And Their Wild West

Author Name: Abert, James William, Galvin John

Categories: Travel & Exploration,

Edition: First Thus

Publisher: San Francisco, John Howell: 1970

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Type: Book

Seller ID: 2401

Keywords: Overland travel, Santa Fe Trail, Charles Fremont, exploration, Bent's Fort, fur trade, Lieutenant James W. Abert, Comanches