Title: With General Crook in the Indian Wars
Author: Captain John G. Bourke
Illustrator: Frederic Remington
Description: Limited numbered edition [357/2100]. Red cloth boards stamped with gilt. Fine. Original plain dust jacket shows a few smudge marks; a couple short closed tears to top edge of panels. DJ in clear archival sleeve. Includes two fold-out color maps: "Based on an outline map of the Military Division of the Pacific 1878 [California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington]" and "The Region of the Indian Wars in Arizona Territory". Illustrated with b/w photos and drawings by Frederic Remington. 59,  pp. 10.75 x 7.25 inches. Foreword by W. H. Hutchinson.
The author, Captain John Bourke, served as an aide to General George Crook in the Apache Wars from 1872 to 1883. This account was originally published in 1891 in The Century Magazine.
Jacket Condition: Very Good
Publisher: Lewis Osborne
Place: Palo Alto, CA
Keywords: Native Americans, Indians, North America, wars, George Crook, Arizona Territory, Old West, Apache Wars,
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