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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. Fifty Years on the Old Frontier

    Fifty Years on the Old Frontier

    $120.00
    James H. Cook, also known as Captain Jim Cook was more than fifty years a cowboy and ranch boss in the Llano Estacado county of Texas. James was also a big game hunter in the Northern Plains and Rocky Mountain areas, he was an accomplished Indian scout for the U.S. cavalry in its campaign to corral the troublesome Apaches. He later became a trusted and intimate friend to the Sioux and an outspoken champion of the Northern Cheyennes. Learn More
  2. From the Deep Woods to Civilization - Chapters in the Autobiography of an Indian

    From the Deep Woods to Civilization

    $200.00
    Foreword: Chapters in the Autobiography of an Indian...

    "Indian Boyhood," published first in 1902 and in many subsequent editions, pictures the first of three distinct periods in the life of the writer of this book. His childhood and youth were a part of the free wilderness life of the first American - a life that is gone forever! Learn More
  3. Mato Paha: The Story of Bear Butte

    Mato Paha: The Story of Bear Butte

    $120.00
    Mato Paha: The Story of Bear Butte, Black Hills Landmark and Indian Shrine - It's scenic, historic and scientific uniqueness.

    This volume is an offshoot from a graduate thesis "The Frontier at Bear Butte", presented to the graduate council of the University of South Dakota in 1935, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master of Arts degree. While engaged in the work of compilation, the author conceived the idea that Bear Butte shoal be designated a national monument. Learn More
  4. My People, The Sioux

    My People, The Sioux

    $256.00
    "The author of this book may be short on education. I can't say how short because I do not know enough to judge, but he has a story to tell - one that he learned in life. The tipi's of his people were the first skyscrapers. Trapping and hunting was their calling, but philosophy was their life."
    ~William S. Hart (1928) Learn More
  5. The Mystic Warriors of the Plains

    The Mystic Warriors of the Plains

    $200.00
    Years of research are contained in this fantastic edition. Learn More
  6. News of the Plains and Rockies: 1803-1865 (Vol. 1) Early Explorers 1803-1812, Fur Hunters 1813-1847

    News of the Plains and Rockies: 1803-1865 (Vol. 1) Early Explorers 1803-1812, Fur Hunters 1813-1847

    $60.00
    Original narratives of overland travel and adventure selected from the Wagner-Camp and Becker bibliography of Western Americana. Learn More
  7. People of the First Man: Life Among the Plains Indians in Their Final Days of Glory - Out-of-Print book

    People of the First Man: Life Among the Plains Indians in Their Final Days of Glory

    $50.00
    To read People of the First Man is to explore the American West of the early 1800's, when rivers ran pure and the land's proudest inhabitants were Native American Indians. Learn More
  8. People of the Sacred Mountain

    People of the Sacred Mountain

    $475.00
    "My primary purpose in writing this work is to provide today's Cheyenne People with a history of their own tribal Chiefs and warrior societies. Thus, whenever possible, I have used Cheyenne accounts of the events and people portrayed on these pages."
    ~Father Peter John Powell Learn More
  9. Prelude to Glory

    Prelude to Glory

    $150.00
    PRELUDE TO GLORY is one of a number of projects of THE CENTER FOR WESTERN STUDIES, a study and research agency of Augustana College, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, concerned principally with South Dakota and its contiguous states.

    On June 24, 1874, the BISMARCK TRIBUNE announced to its readers that 'N.H. Knappen lays his scalp on the altar of the TRIBUNE and goes with Custer to the Black Hills as our special reporter." The reference to scalps was meaningful to the residents of this two year old settlement located on the Missouri River and at the end of the line of the Northern Pacific Railroad. Bismarck stood at the very edge of the northern frontier and not all Sioux tribesmen had yet conceded government ownership of the land. Learn More
  10. Sun and Saddle Leather - Out of print book

    Sun and Saddle Leather

    $42.00
    Badger Clark is at his best with poems that reflect the folkways of the West when it was golden and young. Learn More

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