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1 Lavender, David Bent's Fort
Garden City, NY Doubleday & Company, Inc. 1954 Hard Cover Very Good- No Jacket Maps 
450 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/dark blu lettering, green-wht endpaper maps. Book tells the story of Charles Bent, his brothers, his partners, and their forts. spine sunned, prev owner's name on title page. 
Price: 16.96 USD
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2 Lavender, David Bent's Fort
Garden City, NY Doubleday & Company, Inc. 1954 Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket Maps 
450 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/dark blu lettering, green-wht endpaper maps. Book tells the story of Charles Bent, his brothers, his partners, and their forts. 
Price: 24.23 USD
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3 Lavender, David Bent's Fort
Garden City, NY Doubleday & Company, Inc. 1954 Hard Cover Very Good Good- Maps 
450 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/dark blu lettering, green-wht endpaper maps, dj dark blu-grey-brown-tan-green color illustrated front & spine. Book tells the story of Charles Bent, his brothers, his partners, and their forts. Prev owner's bookplate on FPD, dj chipped, worn along edges w/small tears. 
Price: 25.08 USD
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4 Lavender, David Land of Giants : The Drive to the Pacific Northwest 1750-1950
Edison, NJ Castle Books 2001 0785813489 / 9780785813484 Reprint Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine Maps 
468 pp, green boards w/gilt lettering andwht-grey-blu-green-brown dj w/wraparound color illustration. The book tells of the tragic squeeze play on the Indians, the violent labor conflicts of the 1920's, the rise of the fishing and lumber industries, and the fierce struggles of the conservationists to slow down the ravages on natural resources and wildlife. He begins with the early explorers such as Vitus Bering, Russian fur traders, Lewis and Clark and the fur companies followed by Marcus Whitman and other missionaries. 
Price: 16.96 USD
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