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Estimate:
$250 - $350

Title:
The Old Sergeant's Story: Winning the West from the Indians and Bad Men in 1870 to 1876

Author:
Carter, Captain Robert G.

Place:
New York

Publisher:
Frederick H. Hitchcock

Date:
1926

Description:
220 pp. 8 plates from photographs. 9x6, red cloth lettered in black. First Edition. The story of Sergeant John B. Charlton of the Fourth U.S. Cavalry, as related by Robert G. Carter, captain in the same unit. Besides recounting many actions against Indians, much space is devoted to recollections of the outlaws, and reputed lawmen, of the west. At one point the Earps are called "the most desperate criminals Arizona ever knew." Adams Six-guns 383; Howes C194.

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Condition:
Minor staining and soiling to the covers, else very good.


 
Item number:
118903
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