TRANSITION OF THE WEST: Portrayal of the Indian Problem in the West and the Trials of the Pioneers Who Reclaimed this Country from Savagery to Civilization. Alfred James Mokler.
TRANSITION OF THE WEST: Portrayal of the Indian Problem in the West and the Trials of the Pioneers Who Reclaimed this Country from Savagery to Civilization

TRANSITION OF THE WEST: Portrayal of the Indian Problem in the West and the Trials of the Pioneers Who Reclaimed this Country from Savagery to Civilization

Chicago: The Lakeside Press, R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company, 1927. First Edition. Hardcover. Presentation copy, inscribed by Mokler to General George B. McClellan on the front flyleaf. The signature of Wyoming historian Paul Frison appears below Mokler's inscription. A pioneer resident of Central Wyoming, Mokler (1863-1952) was a noted historian, as well as the publisher of the Tribune at Casper from June 1, 1897 to October 15, 1914. This work was billed as Volume I, though no others were published. 22 illustrations. Octavo. Original green cloth binding, with gilt titles. Tiny bit of edgewear; else near fine. Near fine. Item #69077

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