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Out-Of-Print Books

Out-Of-Print Books

Out-Of-Print Books: Books written according to the times. Some of these rare titles are highly collectible and filled with the knowledge of the times.

  1. Across the Wide Missouri

    Across the Wide Missouri

    $70.00
    With an account of the discovery of the Miller collection by Mae Reed Porter.

    This book is also illustrated with paintings by Alfred Jacob Miller, Charles Bodmer and George Catlin.

    The Rocky Mountain fur trade was the final act in a world drama that began with Champlain, with Columbus, perhaps with the Phoenicians who first broke through the Pillars of Hercules. European man had at last reached the Pacific and conquered all that lay between. In the last violent years of discovery, with which this book deals, the mountain men were sometimes the heroes, sometimes the villains, but they were always the first.

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  2. Bards of the Little Big Horn

    Bards of the Little Big Horn

    $112.00
    Poems and stories of Custer and his troops leading up to the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Learn More
  3. The Black Hills - Out of Print Book

    The Black Hills

    $53.00
    The Black Hills area was the mysterious Holy Ground of the Sioux. No amount of questioning by the curious would bring forth any information concerning this land from the Indians, but it was “taboo” land to the white man. Learn More
  4. The Bloody Bozeman: The Perilous Trail to Montana's Gold

    The Bloody Bozeman: The Perilous Trail to Montana's Gold

    $59.00
    The Bozeman Trail was the road to the gold in Montana. It led only to Montana, up from the great transcontinental emigrant trail and it was blazed only after gold was known surely to be there for the taking. Learn More
  5. Calamity Jane (1852-1903): A History of Her Life and Adventures in the West

    Calamity Jane (1852-1903): A History of Her Life and Adventures in the West

    $275.00
    Calamity Jane did tell her own story in her own words and many books have been written about the life and times of this Old West figure. Learn More
  6. Crossing the Plains with Custer

    Crossing the Plains with Custer

    $58.00
    Many of the Indian scouts who accompanied Custer's 1874 Expedition were intimately familiar with the high plains between Fort Lincoln and the Black Hills, but the only available maps contained large gaps or inaccuracies. Learn More
  7. Out of Print Book - Dakota Indian Treaties: From Nomad to Reservation

    Dakota Indian Treaties: From Nomad to Reservation

    $15.00
    Beginning with "The Explorers", who introduced the horse to the Dakota in 1541 to the Act of June 2, 1925 which granted the Dakota citizenship of the United States. Learn More
  8. Dakota Territory 1861-1889: A Study of Frontier Politics

    Dakota Territory 1861-1889: A Study of Frontier Politics

    $75.00
    The American frontiersman reached the Mississippi Valley in large numbers only fifty years after he had crossed the Appalachians. His advance into this rich river valley represented one of the most rapid adjustments to a new environment that the world had ever seen. Learn More
  9. Exploring the Northern Plains - OOP Book

    Exploring the Northern Plains

    $94.00
    This anthology republishes thirty-six narratives by twenty-eight explorers, scientists and travelers who visited the Northern Plains of the United States between 1804 and 1876. Learn More
  10. Exploring With Custer: The 1874 Black Hills Expedition

    Exploring With Custer: The 1874 Black Hills Expedition

    $85.00
    General George Armstrong Custer's journey to the Black Hills in 1874 was better documented that any other military expedition of the Old West. Not only did William H. Illingworth record superb views of the landscape and several camps, but at least fifteen men wrote diaries, reports or newspaper dispatches brimming with vivid detail. Learn More

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