GREY HAWK:LIFE&ADVENTURES AMONG THE RED INDIANS-MACAULAY Edited by James Macaulay, A.M., M.D., Editor of "The Leisure Hour," Author of "All True," Etc. Book Description: Phila., Lippincott, NO DATE but publisher ads on front endpapers show a dictionary which may be the edition of 1887? Please ask for an jpeg of this. 341pp. Decorative Cloth. Book covers-pictorial gold stamped small 8vo 5"x7.5". No Jacket. THE DARK TAN BOARD COVERS ARE ILLUSTRATED WITH READING COUPLE AND FLOWERS. SPINE HAS WOMAN TAKING BOOK FROM LIBRARY SHELF WITH TITLE IN BLACK. CONTENTS: Indian captivities, raids, tribes, war ceremonies, bear hunting, trapping, Red River settlements, north-west company. Lt. L. Schoolcraft, Manitoba, Sioux Sun Dance, adventures among the north-west, fur traders, etc. Fictionalized account of John Tanner, Indian captive, fur trader and interpreter. FRONT AND BACK HINGES ARE CRACKED; ENDPAPERS HAVE PICTORIAL ADVERTISEMENTS FOR DICTIONARY AND ENCYCLOPEDIA AND REFERENCE LIBRARY, ETC. BOOK HAS THE LETTER 'B' ON SPINE BUT NO LIBRARY MARKINGS. P.O.'S NAME ON INSIDE FRONT COVER; ANOTHER P.O.'S NAME ON BLANK TITLE PAGE

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