Story of indians and villagers in the Saint Clair River region. The author's mother used to tell about life in the lakeland country along the St. Clair River during the 18th century."There were good Indians and bad Indians, the struggle between the races for possession of the new country was prolonged and sometimes desperate." Juvenile. Brown cloth over board w/black lettering and sketch of Indian on front and black lettering on spine, illustrated with 7 color glossy plates by Richard A. Holberg, 138 pages. Corners are slightly bent and spine edges rolled, small light smudge on lower front corner. Spine edge is slightly faded but lettering dark and clear. A very clean old book with good binding, no loose or torn pages, and no mildew. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Moccasined Feet
Publisher: Ginn and Company
Publication Date: 1929
Illustrator: Holberg, Richard A.
Book Condition: Very Good
Book Description Ginn and Co [ 1929 ], Boston, 1929. Hardcover. Condition: Very good+. Illustrated with 8 color plates. 138 pp. Brown cloth. Head and heel of spine rubbed; penciled name on front pastedown, else very good +. Signed by the author. Signed by author. Seller Inventory # 50034