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THE DAILY GRAPHIC, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1877 From Omaha to the Black Hills Via the Sidney Road

New York: The Daily Graphic. VG/NONE. 1877. First Edition. Newspaper. Slight age-toning to the paper, otherwise in very good or better condition. ; Folio 13" - 23" tal; This is a one page illustration (approximately 18" x 13") comprising 9 scenes along the wagon road from Sidney to the Black Hills. Included are both scenes of the wagon train and scenery along the way. A nice grouping of illustrations showing life in the wagon train era. .



VG/NONE. 1894. First Edition. Magazine. Slight age-toning, otherwise very good or better. ; 8vo; Two page article and photos of ranching in the Black Hills in 1894. Unfortunately, only the article is present, with no other publication information. Great period piece. .



By Leedy, Carl H

Rapid City, SD: Self Published. Fair/NONE. 1961. First Edition. Softcover. Soiled and edge worn covers. Includes Leedy's signature. ; 8vo; 116 pages; Leedy was an early day gold hunter in the Black Hills. Scarce title with an interesting story. ; Signed by Author .


ONCE THEIR HOME Or, Our Legacy from the Dahkotahs

By Holley, Frances Chamberlain

Chicago: Donohue & Henneberry. VG/NONE. 1891. Hardcover; Second Printing. Dark blue stamped cloth cover with gilt cover and spine titles and decorations. Minor cover discoloration and some edge wear and corner bumping. Interior is age toned but overall nice and clean. ; 8vo; 419 pages; Important chronicles from an early Dakota pioneer. Much material on the Sioux, western South Dakota, pioneering life, and Custer and the Little Big Horn. This is a nice copy of a hard to find title. .


THE LEGEND OF DEVIL'S GULCH An Historical Fantasy of Early Days in the Black Hills

By Lee, Warren M

Vermillion, SD: University Of South Dakota Press. VG/NONE. 1990. First Edition. Hardcover. Green cloth with gilt cover and spine titles and decorations. Very good or better condition. Without DJ as issued. Very pretty copy. ; 8vo; 85 pages; Intended to be the first volume of a series encompassing the South Dakota Playwriting Project. This play was first produced by the Black Hills Playhouse in Custer State Park in South Dakota on July 21, 1948. This volume also includes the lyrics to the songs added in 1956. Interesting and unusual Black Hills historical piece. .


DAUGHTER OF THE GOLD CAMP With Illustrated Poems of the Gold Country

By Price, Marjorie Yates

Rapid City, SD: Espe Printing Company. VG/NONE. 1962. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good to near fine copy. ; 8vo; 150 pages; Nice collection of Price's poetry. Also includes "Legends of the Western Indian" by Yate's husband S. Goodale Price and illustrated by Marjorie. .


CRAZY HORSE AND KORCZAK The Story of an Epic Mountain Carving

By Dewall, Robb

Crazy Horse, SD: Korczak's Heritage, Inc.. NF/NONE. 1982. First Edition. Hardcover. Red textured hardcover with black spine strip. Cover illustration and titles, as well as spine title is gilt. Near fine copy. ; 8vo; 154 pages; First edition copy of the story of Korczak Ziolkowski, the man who began the epic carving of Crazy Horse on a mountain in the Black Hills. This copy is signed by both the author and the illustrator (who is Korczak's youngest daughter) . It is also inscribed by Ruth Ziolkowski, Korczak's wife. Korczak died soon after this book was published. ; Signed by Author & Illustrator .