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1 Faulk, Odie B. Crimson Desert : Indian Wars of the American Southwest
New York, NY Oxford University Press 1974 Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hard Cover Very Good Very Good Book Club Edition Photos 
xi,237 pp, red boards w/gilt lettering, dj red-black w/wraparound illustration w/wht-yel-black lettering. An account of the clash between the white newcomers and native civilizations. The author paints a picture of the warring parties: the American Army regulars aided by Indian fighters and local citizenry, and the Apaches, Comanches, and Navajos, who were attempting to defend their lands. He stresses broad strategies rather than individual battles and focuses on the leaders. prev owner's stamp (three initials inside circle) on the rfep. 
Price: 12.33 USD
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2 Faulk, Odie B. Destiny Road : the Gila Trail and the Opening of the Southwest
New York, NY Oxford University Press 1973 First American Edition Hard Cover Good+ Good Photos & Illustrations 
xi, 232 pp, pink cloth covered boards w/yellow lettering on the spine & front, dj yel w/dark red lettering w/illustrated front & spine. The Gila Trail stretched from west Texas to San Diego in the California territory. It became a stagecoach road, along w/Overland Mail route. The gold-seekers of '49, cattle drives, wagon trains and later the Southern Pacific railroad followed the route. The author tells the story of the Gila Trail along w/the story of settlements along the trail. dj chipped on top & bottom of the spine and on the corners, 1-1/2" tear top of dj repaired w/archival tape on inside of dj, dj in mylar protector, rear hinge cracking. 
Price: 16.11 USD
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3 Faulk, Odie B. Dodge City : the most western town of All
New York, NY Oxford University Press 1977 0195022254 / 9780195022254 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Good Photos 
227 pp, tan cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, dj tan-red w/pictorial wraparound of cowboys shooting pistols in the air. The author points out that in the 1870s, Dodge City was the most wide-open town in the american west. Founded in 1872 on the western edge of the military reservation, Dodge City was built in a vast plain of grass that was home to the Commanche, Kiowa, & Kiowa-Apache warriors and millions of buffalo. dj small tear top & bottom of the spine. 
Price: 22.91 USD
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4 Faulk, Odie B. Dodge City : the Most Western Town of All
New York, NY Oxford University Press 1977 0195022254 / 9780195022254 2nd Printing Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good+ Photos 
xi, 227 pp, light brown cloth covered boards w/bronze lettering, glossy wht-light brown dj w/dark brown-red lettering w/brown wraparound illustration. In the 1870s, Faulk pooints outs, Dodge City was the most wide-open town in the American west. Founded in 1872 on the western edge of the military reservation, Dodge City was built in the plains that was the home of the Commanche, Kiowa, and Kiowa-Apache Warriors, millions of buffalo, a few soldiers trying to maintain the peace and buffalo hunters. Then in 1876 cowboys began arriving in Dodge w/herds of longhorns, pockets full of money, and their hearts set on a roaring spree. 
Price: 20.83 USD
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5 Faulk, Odie B. & Faulk, Laura E. Frank W. Mayborn : a Man Who Made a Difference
Waco, TX University of Mary Hardin Baylor 1989 Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good+ Photos Signed by Both Authors
iii, 291 pp, light brown cloth covered boards w/dark brown title block on spine w/gilt lettering, dj tan w/black-and-white pictorial front panel of Frank Mayborn, SIGNED by both authors on the title page, presentation letter signed by Mayborn's wife. Book about the life of Frank W. Mayborn, who helped develop central Texas and Temple. Their family purchased the Temple Daily Telegram just before the Great Wall Street Crash. Before & after World War II he became the publisher of several other newspapers, he established a radio station KTEM in temple and KCEN-TV in 1953. 
Price: 24.86 USD
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6 Faulk, Odie B. Land of Many Frontiers : a History of the American Southwest
New York, NY Oxford University Press 1968 Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- Maps 
x, 358 pp, brown boards w/green lettering, dj blu-orange-yel-brown w/wht lettering, brown-black endpaper maps. The book provides an account of the history of the Southwest, the region, which includes New Mexico, Arizona, Southern California, Texas, and parts of Utah, Colorado and Nevada. The area had a history by the time the Jamestown and Plymouth colonies were founded. The Spanish had crossed the arid sketches and missionaries had made contacts iwth the Inidans and permanent settlements had been established. dj price-clipped, some underlining & writing in text, dj rubbed on the corners, prev owner's name on the half title page, prev owner's stamp (three initials in circle) on recto of the rfep. 
Price: 22.95 USD
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