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The Plainsmen of the Yellowstone : a History of the Yellowstone Basin

By: Brown, Mark H.

Price: $97.75

Publisher: New York, NY, G. P. Putnam's Sons: 1961

Inscription: Inscribed & SIGNED Author

Seller ID: 050964

Condition: Very Good


480 pp, brown clothcovered boards w/white-orange-yellow lettering on the front panel w/white-yellow-black lettering on the spine, map endpapers of Yellowstone Basin form 1877 to 1890, Inscribed & SIGNED by the author, dj blackk-blue-white-brown color illustrated front cover and spine w/black-and-white photo of the author on the rear panel of the dj. Includes an Inscribed photo of the author to Col. John Livingston. This is the story of the people who once lived in the basin of the Yellowstone River. The story begins with the sons of aged Pierre de la Verendrye. Some of the names: Will... View more info

the Frontier Years : L. A. Huffman, Photographer of the Plains

By: Brown, Mark H. and Felton, W. R.

Price: $31.88

Publisher: New York, NY, Bramhall House: 1955

Seller ID: 039749

Condition: Very Good


272 pp, black cloth covered boards w/bronze lettering, map endpapers, glossy black-white endpapers w/black-and-white pictorial front panel w/orange-wht lettering. The book contains 125 photographs from the L. A. Huffman originals. Huffman was a post photographer at Fort Keogh just after the last war with the Sioux. He set up a studio in Miles City and went into forbidden reservations among the Indians. He trekked through Montana territory, went on hunting expeditions, and ranched to make ends meet. Prev. owner's bookplate on FPD, dj rubbed along the edges, small tears on top edge of t... View more info

Before Barbed Wire : L. A. Huffman, Photographer on Horseback

By: Brown, Mark H. and Felton, W. R.

Price: $53.13

Publisher: New York, NY, Bramhall House: 1956

Edition: 4th Printing

Seller ID: 029710

Condition: Very Good


Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 4th Printing. Sm4to from 9" to 11". 254 pp, black cloth covered boards w/blind stamped title on front cover, map illustrated endpapers. Huffman's pictures tell the story of the cowboy at work, at rest, and at play. He came to to Fort Keogh, Montana Territory for the position of post photographer in 1878. These one hundred and twenty-four photographs tell the story of the Montana frontier. prev owner wrote on verso of the ffep. View more info