Nine Years With The Indians 1870-1879 The Story Of The Captivity And Life Of A Texan Among The Indians

Lehmann, Herman

Published by Von Boeckmann-Jones Co, 1927
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235 pages, frontis, photos, in original plain brown jacket with title on spine Lehmann and his brother were captures by the Apaches in 1870. His brother escaped but Herman remained and became a warrior within the Apaches and later Comanches and grew to be a hater of the whites. Lehmann tells the gruesome story of his captivity and his actions (killings) of Whites, Mexicans, and Soldiers. He was eventually returned to his mother and reentered White society. This is the first edition with Lehman as the author. In 1899 Jonathan Jones, A condensed history of the Apache and Comanche Indian tribes, was published containing information based on Lehmann's accounts. See Howes J232, Rader 2122, Graff 2246. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Nine Years With The Indians 1870-1879 The ...
Publisher: Von Boeckmann-Jones Co
Publication Date: 1927
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Near Fine
Edition: First Thus

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Lehmann, Herman
Published by Von Boeckmann-Jones Co, Austin Texas (1927)
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Book Description Von Boeckmann-Jones Co, Austin Texas, 1927. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good+. First Thus. 235 pages, frontis, photos, in original plain brown jacket with title on spine Lehmann and his brother were captures by the Apaches in 1870. His brother escaped but Herman remained and became a warrior within the Apaches and later Comanches and grew to be a hater of the whites. Lehmann tells the gruesome story of his captivity and his actions (killings) of Whites, Mexicans, and Soldiers. He was eventually returned to his mother and reentered White society. This is the first edition with Lehman as the author. In 1899 Jonathan Jones, A condensed history of the Apache and Comanche Indian tribes, was published containing information based on Lehmann's accounts. See Howes J232, Rader 2122, Graff 2246. Seller Inventory # 015032

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