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The Pathbreakers From River To Ocean The Story Of The Great West From The Time Of Coronado To The Present.

By: Hebard, Grace Raymond

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Glendale, CA, The Arthur Clark Company: 1933

Seller ID: 2439


312 pages, frontis, illustrations. Early explorers, Coronado, Pike, Lewis and Clark. Fur Traders, Santa Fe Trail, Oregon Trail, Fremont's explorations, gold rush, cattle and cattle drives. Also gives accounts of the Beecher Island fight, Custer and the Washita, and Little Big Horn, Crook and the Rosebud. View more info

Washakie An Account of Indian resistance of the Covered Wagon and Union Pacific Railroad Invasions of Their Territory

By: Hebard, Grace Raymond

Price: $295.00

Publisher: Cleveland, Arthur Clark Company: 1930

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 2767


337 pages, frontis, illustrations, map, top edge gilt. A leader of the Shoshoni, he was well acquainted with Bridger and Carson. He often was employed as a scout for the army. Howes H384, Luther High-Spot 41, "gives a good account of the activity of the Shoshoni allies in support of Crook." View more info

Sacajawea A Guide and interpreter of the Lewis and Clark expedition, with an account of the travels of Toussaint Charbonneau, and John Baptiste, the expedition papoose

By: Hebard, Grace Raymond

Price: $42.00

Publisher: Mansfield Centre, Overland Trails Press: 1999

Edition: Limited

Seller ID: 014526


340 pages, illustrations, map, book is new. This is a Limited Edition Reprint 1 of 500 copies of the 1933 first edition. Very good reading!!! View more info

Washakie An Account of Indian resistance of the Covered Wagon and Union Pacific Railroad Invasions of Their Territory

By: Hebard, Grace Raymond

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Cleveland, Arthur Clark Company: 1930

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 2745


337 pages, frontis, illustrations, map, wear to edges, back cover stained, ink name, else a good solid copy. A leader of the Shoshoni, he was well acquainted with Bridger and Carson. He often was employed as a scout for the army. Howes H384, Luther High-Spot 41, "gives a good account of the activity of the Shoshoni allies in support of Crook." View more info