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ILLUSTRATED LIVES AND ADVENTURES OF FRANK AND JESSE JAMES, AND THE YOUNGER BROTHERS, THE NOTED WESTERN OUTLAWS.

by DACUS, HON. J. A

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New York and St. Louis: N. D. Thompson & Company, 1882., 1882. First edition. First Thus. New Edition. Enlarged and Improved with History Complete. Including the Death and Funeral of Jesse James, and the Voluntary Surrender of Frank James to Gov. Chittenden, in October, 1882. xviii, 518pp. +2pp. Illustrations. This edition has 42 pages on the Youngers not included in the 1880 edition and has different portraits and illustrations. "The most complete edition".--Wright Howes. Rebacked in brown cloth to match the original leather boards that have been retained, and the original leather spine has been re-laid on new spine. This copy is from the library of Bob McCubbin, one of the foremost collectors of Western Americana, who wrote:"Property of Bob McCubbin, Aug. 1951, Stillwater, Oklahoma" on a front free-endpaper. Name of other previous owner on front free-endpaper, and short newspaper article affixed to front endpaper. Very good.
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TWO WARS -- MINNESOTA IN THE 1860s

by DAHLIN, CURTIS

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Roseville: Privately Printed, 2021, 2021.. First edition. First Edition. Limited to 100 copies. Pictorial Stiff Wrappers, 37pp.Preface. Index. Uniquely, 1862-1865, Minnesota was embroiled in two major wars...The Dakota Uprising and subsequent war, and the Civil Wars. Interestingly, the casualties from each war were very similar at 650 deaths. A well-researched account of the impacts of these major conflicts on Minnesota, it's citizens and history. As New. Signed.
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A GUIDEBOOK TO THE U.S. DAKOTA WAR OF 1862 IN MINNESOTA

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Redwood Falls/Morton, Minnesota: Redwood County Hist. Soc./Renville County Hist. Soc., 2019., 2019. First edition. First edition. Pictorial Boards. Limited Edition. Signed by the author. 212 pp. Illustrations. Maps. "The Upper Minnesota River Valley was the epicenter of the war. Some 400 of the 650 whites who were killed by the Dakota were within three miles of the Minnesota River. Most of the 650 killed were settlers, with others being soldiers or militia. Up to 100 Dakota warriors were killed, and 38 Dakota were subsequently hanged at Mankato on December 26, 1862. The war and aftermath were the most significant and tragic events in Minnesota’s history. It was the largest clash between whites and Indians since the nation was founded in 1776. In addition, it was the largest battle for a fort (Ridgely), and the largest battle for a town (New Ulm). The New Ulm City Cemetery has more gravestones of settlers and soldiers killed by the Indians than any other cemetery in the… Read More
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A GUIDEBOOK TO THE U.S. DAKOTA WAR OF 1862 IN MINNESOTA

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Redwood Falls/Morton, Minnesota: Redwood County Hist. Soc./Renville County Hist. Soc., 2020., 2020. First edition. Second Edition, with corrections and additions. Stiff Pictorial Wrappers. 212 pp. Illustrations. Maps. "The Upper Minnesota River Valley was the epicenter of the war. Some 400 of the 650 whites who were killed by the Dakota were within three miles of the Minnesota River. Most of the 650 killed were settlers, with others being soldiers or militia. Up to 100 Dakota warriors were killed, and 38 Dakota were subsequently hanged at Mankato on December 26, 1862. The war and aftermath were the most significant and tragic events in Minnesota’s history. It was the largest clash between whites and Indians since the nation was founded in 1776. In addition, it was the largest battle for a fort (Ridgely), and the largest battle for a town (New Ulm). The New Ulm City Cemetery has more gravestones of settlers and soldiers killed by the Indians than any other cemetery in the… Read More
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DAKOTA UPRISING VICTIMS, GRAVESTONES & STORIES

DAKOTA UPRISING VICTIMS, GRAVESTONES & STORIES

by DAHLIN, CURTIS A

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Edina: Beaver's Pond Press, Inc., 2007., 2007. First edition. First edition. Pictorial boards, 179 pp., Foreword, Acknowledgements, Preface, Introduction. Appendices. Extensive Notes and Bibliography. Index. Illustrated with 91 photographs of monuments or grave markers. An extensive history of the Dakota Uprising of 1862, with a special focus on the stories of many victims of this uprising and events in the 3 years that followed. A fine, bright copy. The author's first book.
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AUGUST 18 MASSACRES, MAYHEM, ABUSE, AND ATTEMPTED EXTERMINATION

by DAHLIN, CURTIS

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Roseville: Privately Printed, 2021., 2021.. First edition. First Edition. Limited to 125 copies. Pictorial Stiff Wrappers, 130pp. Several illustrations. Map. Introduction. Appendix. Index. With a brief overview of the causes of the Dakota Uprising, the author presents a thoroughly researched, well-constructed, and detailed chronology of the events on the bloody first day of the Uprising. As New. Signed.
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A MEDLEY OF ARTICLES FROM THE U.S.-DAKOTA WAR OF 1862 IN MINNESOTA

by DAHLIN, CURTIS A.

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Roseville, Minnesota: Privately Printed, 2023., 2023. First edition. First Edition. Limited to 100 copies. Stiff Printed Wrappers. 252pp. Illustrations. Preface. Extensive Index. The author presents several "Articles" regarding various aspects of the Sioux Uprising. These essays or studies are all previously unpublished, with the exception of one which the author had distributed electronically to a few individuals. The "articles" or essays are as follows: The Weather; Burned Buildings, People And Other Things; Livestock; The Babies And Their Mothers; The Delayed Burial Of The Victims; St. Paul Soldiers In Two Battles; Little Crow's Injured Arms; and The U.S.-Dakota War, Sand Creek And Wounded Knee. For each Dahlin provides interesting details derived from his many years of dedicated research. As New. Signed.
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MOUNT RUSHMORE NATIONAL MEMORIAL, "THE SHRINE OF DEMOCRACY." A MONUMENT COMMEMORATING...

MOUNT RUSHMORE NATIONAL MEMORIAL, "THE SHRINE OF DEMOCRACY." A MONUMENT COMMEMORATING THE FOUNDING, EXPANSION, PRESERVATION AND UNIFICATION OF THE GREAT AMERICAN REPUBLIC

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Keystone, South Dakota: Published By Dakota Resources, Inc., n. d. (ca 1975)., 1975. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Color, pictorial wrappers, n. p. (36 pp.), foreword, illustrated in color and black & white, portraits, double column. The beautiful wraparound color photograph is done by Jack Riordan. Early photographs and discussions on South Dakota's Mount Rushmore National Monument. Fine, bright copy.
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CRIME FOR CHRISTMAS

CRIME FOR CHRISTMAS

by DALBY, RICHARD [EDITED BY]

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New York: St. Martin's Press, [1992]., 1992. First edition. First U. S. edition. Fine, unread copy in dust jacket with a short closed tear to top edge of front cover. Foreword by Peter Cushing, OBE. Christmas mystery tales by sixteen authors including Agatha Christie, Wilkie Collins, Ellis Peters, H. R. F. Keating, Arthur Conan Doyle, H. C. Bailey, and others.
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THE ASHLEY-SMITH EXPLORATIONS AND THE DISCOVERY OF A CENTRAL ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC 1822-1829

THE ASHLEY-SMITH EXPLORATIONS AND THE DISCOVERY OF A CENTRAL ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC 1822-1829

by DALE, HARRISON C. [EDITOR]

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Cleveland: The Arthur H. Clark Co., 1918., 1918. First edition. First edition. Red Cloth, 352 pp., preface. Introduction. Bibliography. Index. 2 maps. This book is one of the basic works in fur trade history. The expeditions of Ashley and Smith are but two divisions of one enterprise, the discovery and utilization of a central route to the Pacific by way of the Platte, the Interior Basin, and the Colorado River. This work consists of an historic overview of the fur trade to 1822, the Wm. H. Ashley narrative, the Jedediah Smith narrative, and 2 journals by Harrison G. Rogers. Zamorano Eighty #25: "The source-book of Jedediah Strong Smith, trapper and trader, and the first white man to enter California overland from the eastern United States. Contains the journal of Harrison Rogers, who accompanies Smith to California in 1826, several letters and reports by Smith, etc." "This first publication of these accounts served in large part to rescue Jedediah Smith from obscurity. Later… Read More
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THE ASHLEY-SMITH EXPLORATIONS AND THE DISCOVERY OF A CENTRAL ROUTE TO

by DALE, HARRISON CLIFFORD.

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Glendale: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1941., 1941. First edition. Revised edition. Green Cloth, 360pp., illus., 2 maps, intro., biblio., index. The first printing of this work in 1918 helped rescue Jedediah Smith from obscurity and has become a fur trade classic. Subsequent works on Smith by Maurice Sullivan and Dale Morgan provided much new information and prompted Harrison Clifford Dale to reexamine his original work. "Twenty years have elapsed since the first edition of this book was written. In the interval much new material has been brought to light, including the fragmentary Smith journals, some of it necessitating a correction or modification of my earlier interpretations, some of it, also, happily strengthening conclusions that had been hazarded in the first edition. I have found the only satisfactory way to use this new material effectively has been to recast many portions of the book. This edition, consequently, is something more than a revision, something less than a complete… Read More
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THE ASHLEY-SMITH EXPLORATIONS AND THE DISCOVERY OF A CENTRAL ROUTE TO

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Glendale: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1941., 1941. First edition. Revised edition. Green Cloth, 360pp., illus., 2 maps, intro., biblio., index. The first printing of this work in 1918 helped rescue Jedediah Smith from obscurity and has become a fur trade classic. Subsequent works on Smith by Maurice Sullivan and Dale Morgan provided much new information and prompted Harrison Clifford Dale to reexamine his original work. "Twenty years have elapsed since the first edition of this book was written. In the interval much new material has been brought to light, including the fragmentary Smith journals, some of it necessitating a correction or modification of my earlier interpretations, some of it, also, happily strengthening conclusions that had been hazarded in the first edition. I have found the only satisfactory way to use this new material effectively has been to recast many portions of the book. This edition, consequently, is something more than a revision, something less than a complete… Read More
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Glendale: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1941., 1941.. First edition. Revised edition. Green Cloth, 360pp., illus., 2 maps, intro., biblio., index. The first printing of this work in 1918 helped rescue Jedediah Smith from obscurity and has become a fur trade classic. Subsequent works on Smith by Maurice Sullivan and Dale Morgan provided much new information and prompted Harrison Clifford Dale to reexamine his original work. "Twenty years have elapsed since the first edition of this book was written. In the interval much new material has been brought to light, including the fragmentary Smith journals, some of it necessitating a correction or modification of my earlier interpretations, some of it, also, happily strengthening conclusions that had been hazarded in the first edition. I have found the only satisfactory way to use this new material effectively has been to recast many portions of the book. This edition, consequently, is something more than a revision, something less than a complete… Read More
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AS THE AUTOMOBILE CAME TO OTSEGO

AS THE AUTOMOBILE CAME TO OTSEGO

by DALRYMPLE, DOROTHY

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INDIAN BASKETMAKERS OF THE SOUTHWEST. THE LIVING ART AND FINE TRADITION

INDIAN BASKETMAKERS OF THE SOUTHWEST. THE LIVING ART AND FINE TRADITION

by DALRYMPLE, LARRY

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Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, [2000]., 2000. First edition. First edition. 4to. Color pictorial stiff wrappers, french folds, xi [1], 140 pp., foreword, introduction, illustrated from photographs with many in color, portraits, map, double column, acknowledgments, genealogies, glossary, references, index. Foreword by Susan Brown McGreevy. Presents the history and photographs of Southwestern Native American basket makers. Fine copy without dust jacket, as issued.
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PRISON DELIVERY

PRISON DELIVERY

by DALTON, EMMETT

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Grafton, Massachusetts: Published by Ralph F. Cummings, 1935., 1935. First edition. First edition. 8vo. A publication from "Reckless Ralph's Twenty-Five Cent Novel Library." This being Number 2, 1935. Original yellow printed wrappers, 7 [1] pp., double column. This issue contains two short stories; a 4-page story titled "Prison Delivery" by Emmett Dalton in which he tells of his 14 years spent in a Kansas prison, and "Two Remarkable Heroes" a 4-page story about the Deadwood Dicks, both Senior and Junior and some of their remarkable adventures. This is a short-lived venture by Ralph F. Cummings as he provided adventures for the Dime Novel collectors. This is a fine, bright copy.
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BEYOND THE LAW

BEYOND THE LAW

by DALTON, EMMETT

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New York: J. S. Ogilvie Publishing Company, 1918., 1918. First edition. First edition. 12mo. Color pictorial wrappers, vi, 190 pp. plus 8 pages of advertisements, frontispiece, preface, illustrated, advertisements. Daring in their exploits, the gang members turned their backs on laws they found to be criminally flawed and stole horses, bootlegged whiskey into Indian Territory, and committed the first American train robbery. Six Guns 548 says "Scarce." Emmett Dalton was the only survivor of the famous Dalton Gang. Pictorial images of each of the Dalton Brothers affixed to the free front fly leaf and minor wear to the spine else a fine copy of a book that is seldom found and when found, always in poor condition. This copy is exceptional. Housed in clamshell case.
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QUANTRELL .... IN THE CIVIL WAR. REMINISCENCES OF CIVIL WAR DAYS. (COVER TITLE)

QUANTRELL .... IN THE CIVIL WAR. REMINISCENCES OF CIVIL WAR DAYS. (COVER TITLE)

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N. P.: Privately printed, 1935., 1935. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Original stapled, pictorial wrappers, 12 pp., picture of the author on the front cover, double column. Inked gift inscription and date on the verso of the front cover from the author. A collection of 4 separate short narratives by the same author. Narratives pertain to subjects of interest such as Quantrell, the Civil War, the Battle of Bowers Mill and John Younger, the outlaw and peace officer. Of additional interest are inscriptions on the inside of both wrappers. The inscription inside the front wrapper states: “Compliments of Frank Dalton, to Miss Jene Norman, June 4th, 1935.” The inscription on the inside of the rear wrapper is far more interesting, as it appears to be a small work of prose written in manuscript and states as follows: “When my Soul seeks range and rest beyond the Great Divide, just bury me some place out West that’s sunny, lone and… Read More
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EMPEROR OF EVIL

EMPEROR OF EVIL

by DALY, CARROLL JOHN

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New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1937., 1937. First edition. First edition. Inscribed and dated on the front free fly leaf June 14, 1939 / For Betty Eisner / my partner in crime / Carroll John Daly. Betty Grover Eisner was Daly's longtime secretary. Fine, bright copy in bright and crisp dust jacket with light wear to the spine ends and corners, with some tiny nicks and closed tears to the extremities. The second mystery novel features detective Vee (Vivian) Brown who takes on the Black Death organization. Private eye, Vee Brown ... AKA the Crime Machine ... battles with his greatest nemesis, the Emperor of Evil. Vivian “Vee” Brown leads two lives. Delicate-looking and small in stature, he lacks physical strength and endurance, but that doesn’t prevent him from being an effective special operative to the Manhattan District Attorney. In this capacity he often ignores the legal niceties of due process, shooting first and asking questions… Read More
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READY TO BURN

READY TO BURN

by DALY, CARROLL JOHN

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London: Museum Press Limited, n. d. (1951)., 1951. First edition. First edition. There was no U.S. edition of this title. A fine and bright copy in a sharp attractive dust jacket with a small chip to head of spine [not affecting any lettering], light wear to the spine ends, corners and extremities, else a very good+ copy.
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