Author: Tracy Coker
Description: Inscribed (but not signed) by the author on the ffep. Second printing, February 1935. Red cloth boards stamped in black. Corners lightly pushed. Dust jacket shows some chipping at head and foot of spine and corners; short closed tear at foot of front panel; not price clipped (2.00); reverse side of jacket features a list of Caxton's other publications. DJ in clear archival sleeve. 290 pp. 7.75 x 5.75 inches.
Inscribed by Coker "To my comrad [sic] Henry Day in memory of the days we spent together in Hq. Btry.1st. Bn. 183rd F. A." with place and date noted: "Ft. Warren, Wyo. / May 22, 1941".
Historical novel set in old Idaho which tells the story of a Civil War veteran who joins an overland wagon train in 1867 and heads out west to start a new life.
Harold Tracy Coker (1903-1991) and Henry Day served in the 183rd Field Artillery Battalion of the Idaho National Guard. Coker also later served as a member of the U.S. Army during WWII and the Korean Conflict and had previously served two terms in Idaho's House of Representatives.
Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: Good+
Publisher: Caxton Printers
Place: Caldwell, Idaho
Keywords: Idaho, Idaho Territory, Pacific Northwest, historical, novel, fiction,
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