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MINING LAWS ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF COLORADO FROM FIRST TO NINTH SESSION, INCLUSIVE, AND THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES CONCERNING MINES AND MINERALS, TOGETHER WITH LAWS AND INFORMATION CONCERNING FARMNG AND GRAZING LANDS.  To March, 1873, including Instructions for Proceedings to obtain Titles, &c.  Fourth Edition
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MINING LAWS ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF COLORADO FROM FIRST TO NINTH SESSION, INCLUSIVE, AND THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES CONCERNING MINES AND MINERALS, TOGETHER WITH LAWS AND INFORMATION CONCERNING FARMNG AND GRAZING LANDS. To March, 1873, including Instructions for Proceedings to obtain Titles, &c. Fourth Edition

By Colorado

Central City: Collier & Hall, 1873. Revised & Enlarged Edition. Softcover. Fine. 100pp. Bound in printed tan wrappers, 8.75" x 5.75" Central City, where this best edition of the mining laws was printed, had been settled in 1859, located among the gold lodes. By 1866, it was second only to Denver in importance and population. [Not seen in Eberstadt Catalogs. McMurtrie, Early Printing in Colorado, locates only three copies of this important work.].

$275.00

MINING LAWS ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF COLORADO FROM FIRST TO NINTH SESSION, INCLUSIVE, AND THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES CONCERNING MINES AND MINERALS, TOGETHER WITH LAWS AND INFORMATION CONCERNING FARMNG AND GRAZING LANDS.  To March, 1873, including Instructions for Proceedings to obtain Titles, &c.  Fourth Edition
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MINING LAWS ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF COLORADO FROM FIRST TO NINTH SESSION, INCLUSIVE, AND THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES CONCERNING MINES AND MINERALS, TOGETHER WITH LAWS AND INFORMATION CONCERNING FARMNG AND GRAZING LANDS. To March, 1873, including Instructions for Proceedings to obtain Titles, &c. Fourth Edition

By Colorado

Central City: Collier & Hall, 1873. Revised & Enlarged Edition. Softcover. Fine. 100pp. Bound in printed yellow wrappers, 8.75" x 5.75" Central City, where this best edition of the mining laws was printed, had been settled in 1859, located among the gold lodes. By 1866, it was second only to Denver in importance and population. [Not seen in Eberstadt Catalogs. McMurtrie, Early Printing in Colorado, locates only three copies of this important work.].

$275.00

SOUVENIR BOOK OF THE ALASKA-YUKON-PACIFIC EXPOSITION:  Official Photographic Views [cover title]:  Seattle, USA, June 1st - October 16th, 1909
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SOUVENIR BOOK OF THE ALASKA-YUKON-PACIFIC EXPOSITION: Official Photographic Views [cover title]: Seattle, USA, June 1st - October 16th, 1909

By Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition

Seattle: E.P. Charlton Company, 1909. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. Oblong quarto, (32)pp; illustrated throughout from photographs, ground plan of the exposition. Bound in pictorial green wrappers, stamped in black and gilt, 7.75" x 10.75" Contains full-page, half-page, and smaller views of the elaborate buildings, a centerspread panoramic view of the gardens, native Alaskans, etc.

$110.00

CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA HOTEL RATES ARE REASONABLE
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CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA HOTEL RATES ARE REASONABLE

By California / Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway

San Francisco: AT&SF Railway, 1931. First Edition. Softcover. Fine. 28pp; 38 views from photographs. Contains hotel rates in many different cities. Typically, $1.50 in Bakersfield ($2.00 with bath), and $8.00 in Beverly Hills ($6.00 with bath). Includes views of various hotels. Bound in pictorial self-wrappers, 8" x 4". Laid in is a supplement showing new and lower California hotel rates.

$83.00

UTAH, THE TOURISTS' GUIDE [cover title]:  ITS PEOPLE, RESOURCES, ATTRACTIONS AND INSTITUTIONS [with palm card]
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UTAH, THE TOURISTS' GUIDE [cover title]: ITS PEOPLE, RESOURCES, ATTRACTIONS AND INSTITUTIONS [with palm card]

By Utah

Salt Lake City: Bureau of Information, 1916. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. (96)pp; frontispiece and text illustrations from photographs. Bound in color-pictorial wrappers, 7" x 4.5". Laid in is a palm card showing Temple Block on the recto, with LDS Articles of Faith on the verso, and an invitation: "Should you wish any further information concerning our doctrines, please write." Fine condition, 2.5" x 4.25" This informative guidebook includes major sections on: History; Agriculture; Mining; Temple Block; Book of Mormon; Tabernacle Choir; Salt Lake City; Street Car Service; The Great Salt Lake; Denver & Rio Grande Railroad; Going West via the Salt Lake Route; etc.

$50.00

FIGHTING INDIAN WARRIORS:  True Tales of the Wild Frontiers
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FIGHTING INDIAN WARRIORS: True Tales of the Wild Frontiers

By Brininstool, E.A.

Harrisburg: Stackpole Company, 1953. First edition thus. Hardcover. Very Good. pp: xiii, 353; frontispiece and 45 other illustrations. Bound in red cloth, black lettering and cover sketch. 8.5" x 5.5" [Adams, Six-Guns & Saddle Leather, 278.] Revised and expanded edition of a small book titled "Fighting Red Cloud's Warriors" by the same author, published in 1926.

$28.00

NARRATIVE OF MY CAPTIVITY AMONG THE SIOUX INDIANS.  Edited by Clark and Mary Lee Spence.; The Lakeside Classics
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NARRATIVE OF MY CAPTIVITY AMONG THE SIOUX INDIANS. Edited by Clark and Mary Lee Spence.; The Lakeside Classics

By Kelly, Fanny

Chicago: Lakeside Press, R.R. Donnelley & Sons, 1990. First edition thus. Hardcover. Fine. pp: lviii with prologue, 367 with index and list of Lakeside Classics; frontispiece portrait of author, colored map of wagon train route, 30 b&w plates. Bound in brown cloth, gilt-stamped spine and cover, top edges gilt. 6.75" x 4.25"

$22.00

THE SMOKE SIGNAL,  No. 18,  Fall 1968:  [feature] LEGENDS OF LOST MISSIONS AND MINES by Charles W. Polzer, S.J.
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THE SMOKE SIGNAL, No. 18, Fall 1968: [feature] LEGENDS OF LOST MISSIONS AND MINES by Charles W. Polzer, S.J.

By Chidester, Otis H., editor

Tucson, Arizona: Tucson Corral of the Westerners, 1968. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. (24)pp; text illustrations from photographs and maps. Bound in pictorial self-wrappers. 11" x 8.5"

$22.00

RANKIN CROW AND THE OREGON COUNTRY.  As told to Colleen Connaughy Olp.  Illustrated with Photographs
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RANKIN CROW AND THE OREGON COUNTRY. As told to Colleen Connaughy Olp. Illustrated with Photographs

By Oregon / Crow, Rankin

Ironside, Oregon: Rankin Crow, 1973. Third printing. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 242pp; frontispiece and 180+ illustrations from photographs. Bound in gray cloth, red lettering on spine and cover, pictorial dust wrapper with one small chip. 9.25" x 6" Inscribed, "With my very best wishes / Rankin Crow / Vale, Ore. 97918."

$50.00

LARIAT I [three titles]:  LEGEND OF JOHN LAMOIGNE AND SONG OF THE DESERT-RATS by Frank A. Crampton;  THE LAW GOES WEST by Forbes Parkhill; MURDER AND MIRTH: THE STORY OF A COLORADO TRIAL LAWYER by Fancher Sarchet
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LARIAT I [three titles]: LEGEND OF JOHN LAMOIGNE AND SONG OF THE DESERT-RATS by Frank A. Crampton; THE LAW GOES WEST by Forbes Parkhill; MURDER AND MIRTH: THE STORY OF A COLORADO TRIAL LAWYER by Fancher Sarchet

By Colorado / Swallow, Alan, editor

Denver: Sage Books, 1956. First edition thus. Softcover. Very Good. Three books bound as one. 32pp, map, 12 illustrations from photographs; 176pp, 25 illustrations from photographs; 261pp. Bound in printed pink wrappers; spine sunned. 8.5" x 5.5"

$83.00

JESUIT MISSION PRESSES IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST:  A History and Bibliography of Imprints, 1876-1899
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JESUIT MISSION PRESSES IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST: A History and Bibliography of Imprints, 1876-1899

By Schoenberg, Wilfred P., S.J.

Portland, Oregon: Champoeg Press, 1957. Hardcover. Fine. 76pp w/index; tipped frontispiece portrait of Father Joseph Giorda, S.J., rubricated title-page and chapter titles, one plate from a photograph, several other illustrations. Bound in pictorial red cloth, gilt spine title. 10" x 6.5" One of only 804 copies, designed and printed by Lawton Kennedy.

$83.00

AUDUBON AND OTHER CAPERS:  Confessions of a Texas Bookmaker
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AUDUBON AND OTHER CAPERS: Confessions of a Texas Bookmaker

By Texas / Jenkins, John H.

Austin, Texas: Pemberton Press, 1976. First book edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. 120pp; illustrations from photographs. Bound in pictorial yellow boards, pictorial dust wrapper. 11.25" x 8.75" Review copy with slip laid in.

$28.00

TEXFAKE:  An Account of the Theft and Forgery of Early Texas Printed Documents.  With an Introduction by Larry McMurtry
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TEXFAKE: An Account of the Theft and Forgery of Early Texas Printed Documents. With an Introduction by Larry McMurtry

By Texas / Taylor, Thomas W.

Austin: W. Thomas Taylor, 1991. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine. pp: xix, 158 with index, colophon; 39 plates from photographs. Bound in brown cloth and patterned boards, gilt spine title. 10.25" x 7" Designed and printed at the press of W. Thomas Taylor.

$83.00

THE BEGINNINGS OF PRINTING IN UTAH:  With a Bibliography of the issues of the Utah Press, 1849-1860
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THE BEGINNINGS OF PRINTING IN UTAH: With a Bibliography of the issues of the Utah Press, 1849-1860

By Utah / McMurtrie, Douglas C.

Mansfield Centre, CT: Martino Publishing, 2003. Reprint. Hardcover. Fine. 91pp; 12 facsimiles of original imprints, one folding. Bound in burgundy boards, gilt lettering on spine. 9" x 6.5" First published in 1931 by the John Calhoun Club, Chicago.

$55.00

NINETEENTH CENTURY TEXANA:  A PRICED CHECKLIST * Books and Pamphlets relating to Texas published before 1900
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NINETEENTH CENTURY TEXANA: A PRICED CHECKLIST * Books and Pamphlets relating to Texas published before 1900

By Texas / Morrison, Shelly & Richard, compilers

Austin, Texas: W.M. Morrison Books, 1991. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine. pp: (xvii), 131 with cross-reference index. Bound in green cloth, printed label on cover. 11" x 8.5" Contains about 4,000 entries with prices. This is a contributor's copy, one of 100 only in cloth.

$33.00

OREGON IMPRINTS, 1845-1870
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OREGON IMPRINTS, 1845-1870

By Oregon / Belknap, George N.

Eugene, Oregon: Univ of Oregon Books, 1968. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. 305pp with index; 16pp illustrations on pale-green stock. Bound in green and black pictorial cloth, illustrated orange endpapers, pictorial dust wrapper. 10.25" x 6.75" Contains 1,458 entries, some fully annotated. Dedicated to the memory of Douglas C. McMurtrie.

$39.00

BIBLIOGRAPHY OF TEXAS, 1795-1845.  PART III:  United States and European Imprints Relating to Texas.  Volume I, 1795-1837  [and]  Volume II, 1838-1845
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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF TEXAS, 1795-1845. PART III: United States and European Imprints Relating to Texas. Volume I, 1795-1837 [and] Volume II, 1838-1845

By Texas / Streeter, Thomas W.

Cambridge: Harvard Univ Press, 1960. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Fair. Two volumes. pp: xlii, 278; (ii), 281-677 with index. Bound in blue cloth, gilt lettering on spines, heavily chipped dust wrappers. 10.25" x 7" One of 600 copies printed.

$330.00

THE FIRST HUNDRED PUBLICATIONS OF THE HUMANITIES RESEARCH CENTER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN
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THE FIRST HUNDRED PUBLICATIONS OF THE HUMANITIES RESEARCH CENTER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN

By Texas / Bowden, Edwin T.

Austin: Univ of Texas, 1971. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine. pp: 53, (3), printed in black and orange; illustrations throughout text from photographs and drawings. Bound in pictorial tan boards. 10" x 5.5" Contains 100 annotated entries. This is one of 1500 copies, designed by Kim Taylor.

$44.00

CENTENNIAL OF THE OREGON TERRITORY: Exhibition...1948...1949
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CENTENNIAL OF THE OREGON TERRITORY: Exhibition...1948...1949

By Oregon / Library of Congress

Washington: USGPO, 1948. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 76pp, index; frontispiece, 16pp illus from photographs. Bound in pictorial wrappers. 10.25" x 7.5" Contains 341 annotated entries on books, mss., maps, photographs and prints relating to Oregon Territory.

$28.00

THE TERRITORIAL PRESS OF NEW MEXICO, 1834-1912
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THE TERRITORIAL PRESS OF NEW MEXICO, 1834-1912

By New Mexico / Stratton, Porter A.

Albuquerque: Univ of New Mexico Press, 1969. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. pp: vi, (i), outline map, 306 with index. Bound in brown cloth, blue lettering on spine, printed dust wrapper. 9.5" x 6.25" Noted as the first history of frontier journalism in the Territory of New Mexico. Includes a checklist of 732 newspapers.

$44.00

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