A STANDARD HISTORY OF OKLAHOMA: An Authentic Narrative of its Development from the Date of the First European Exploration down to the Present Time, including Accounts of the Indian Tribes, both Civilized and Wild, of the Cattle Range, of the Land Openings and the Achievements of the most Recent Period. Joseph B. Thoburn.

A STANDARD HISTORY OF OKLAHOMA: An Authentic Narrative of its Development from the Date of the First European Exploration down to the Present Time, including Accounts of the Indian Tribes, both Civilized and Wild, of the Cattle Range, of the Land Openings and the Achievements of the most Recent Period

Chicago and New York: The American Historical Society, 1916. First Edition. Hardcover. A printer and journalist by training, Thoburn (1866-1941) also published The History of Oklahoma (1908), the first Oklahoma history textbook adopted by the state. This far more extensive work includes three volumes of biographies of its leading citizens. Frontispiece portrait in the first volumes, with numerous portraits and photographs within the text. Quarto, five volumes. Full green cloth bindings, with gilt titles and marbled endpapers. A near fine set. Near fine. Item #74175

Price: $250.00

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