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Browne Adventures in the Apache Country, 1869  

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Adventures in the Apache Country: A Tour Through Arizona and Sonora, with Notes on the Silver Regions of Nevada

Browne, J. Ross

New York

Harper & Brothers



535 + 4 ad pp. Profusely illustrated with wood engravings after the author. (12mo) 18.8x11 cm (7¼x4¼"), original brown cloth, spine lettered in gilt. First Edition.

Browne lends his keen eye and sharp wit to Arizona and the desert lands of California, and the conflicts between the white man and the Indian. Edwards, Enduring Desert p.35; Graff 437; Howes B875; Rader 519; Sabin 8656. Pencil ownership inscription on leaf preceding title page; old rubberstamp of Ventosa Library, Morristown, N.J., to title page.

Lot Amendments

Rubbing to spine ends and corners, light stain/rub mark at top of front cover; paper a little toned, binding slightly shaken; still very good.

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