601 pages, frontis, illustratione, slight exterior wear, else Very good condition. Ware was a captain in the Seventh Iowa Cavalry, and he gives his eye-witness accounts of the Indian Wars in the West. Howes W103aa, Graff 4536. N° de ref. de la librería
Título: The Indian War Of 1864 Being A Fragment Of ...
Editorial: Crane & Company
Año de publicación: 1911
Condición del libro: Very Good -
Edición: First Edition
Descripción Crane and Company, Topeka, 1911, 1911. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. A good copy of the First Edition in light blue cloth with fading to gilt spine titles. The front hinge is pulling but holding. The book is otherwise quite nice. 601pp 8vo. Nº de ref. de la librería 133997
Descripción Topeka. ., 1911. ,,601pp. Frontispiece portrait. Illus. Original cloth. Spine lettering faded, else very good. A scarce account of Indian fighting in the West during the Civil War. Ware was captain of Company F in the Seventh Iowa Cavalry. "Day-by-day occurences in the campaigns around Forts Kearney and McPherson" - Howes. "This unique and picturesque narrative recounts the role played by the 7th Iowa Cavalry in operations against the Indians during the war" - Nevins. HOWES W103, "aa." GRAFF 4536. NEVINS I, p.174. Nº de ref. de la librería WRCAM 19327