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GREAT WESTERNER: THE STORY OF KIT CARSON

Blackwelder, Bernice

Published by Caxton Printers, Ltd., Caldwell, ID, 1962
Condition: Near Fine Hardcover
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FIRST EDITION, second printing (same year as first printing) 8vo. 375p. Bibliography. Notes at the end of each chapter. Frontispiece black and white photo of Kit Carson. Endpapers are maps. Brown cloth with red letters on the front cover and the spine. Black and white photo of the author on the rear panel of the dust jacket. Just hints of wear to the extremities, cloth clean, letters bright, frontispiece fine, else near fine to fine with no internal markings. Dust jacket spine slightly darkened and the lightly soiled. " Factual account of Kit Carson and of his career as trapper, adventurer, guide, soldier, and Indian agent, from his abandoned apprenticeship to a saddler in Missouri to his death in 1868." [from OCLC] Bernice Blackwelder first became interested in Kit Carson while teaching in Central College in Fayette, Missouri. It was near Fayette, Missouri, that Carson spend his childhood. As a child in Kansas Blackwelder listened to the conversations of old-timers who were Kit Carson's contemporaries, and she became acquainted with members of the Carson family In Missouri and Colorado. After several visits to the Southwest, Blackwelder undertook a search of government records in Washington, D.C., for the Kit Carson Home and Museum at Taos, New Mexico. She spent several years pouring over rare books and manuscripts and following the Kit Caron trail from his birthplace in Kentucky to many points in the Far West. [from the dust jacket]. Bookseller Inventory # 006703

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Title: GREAT WESTERNER: THE STORY OF KIT CARSON

Publisher: Caxton Printers, Ltd., Caldwell, ID

Publication Date: 1962

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Near Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

Edition: 1st Edition

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