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Cruse, Thomas.

APACHE DAYS AND AFTER. Edited, with an introduction by Eugene Cunningham.

Caxton Printers, Ltd.: Caldwell, Idaho. 1941 Illustr, 9.25 x 6.25, green cloth, gilt lettering and illustr on front cover, 328 pp. Light shelfwear, corners and spine tips bumped and worn, spine slightly darkened, front inner hinge cracked, owner's name stamps, light smudging near the front else good. From the author's preface: "These reminiscences were begun with the thought of covering the happenings in New Mexico and Arizona from 1879, when the Apache chief Victorio ran a bloody trail across those states, to the final events which led to the surrender of Geronimo to Lt. Charles B. Gatewood of the Sixth Cavalry in 1886" with the inclusion of "side lights upon the life of an Army officer." FIRST ED.


Book Id: 98-7781

Price: $75.00

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