Into the Far, Wild Country True Tales of the Old Southwest

Hardcover, El Paso, Texas: Texas Western Press, 1996. First Edition. Very Good+ in Very Good dust jacket. From 1899-1906 Colonel George Baylor wrote 52 articles for the El Paso Daily Herald about the American Civil War, fights with Comanches, Victorio's Apaches, life in the California gold fields, his controversial older brother, a wolf hunting dog, and other subjects. The articles have been annotated and noted by historian Jerry D. Thompson. Spine very slightly slanted. Moderate edge wear. Red stamp "Hurt Books" on bottom page edges. Corners and spine ends very gently bumped. White paper residue on tail edge of front board. Text is clean. Dust jacket has normal edge and shelf wear. Small creases on corners, spine ends, and along head edges of covers. Small damp stain and rough tear on tail edge of front cover. Thin scratches on both covers. Wrinkles in the plastic coating on spine. Lightly faded on spine. Ships same or next business day. ; B&W Illustrations; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 442 pages. [Item #76162]

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