Boston/New York, Houghton Mifflin Company: 1910
Edition: 2nd impression
Seller ID: 17603
Condition: Very Good
(no dust jacket; photographic paste-on front cover) [moderate wear to extremities, all corners bumped to some extent; generally a solid clean copy, with some scuffing to the photographic portrait on the front cover]. (B&W photographic plates) A memoir by this Canadian-born ex-blacksmith who received his first appointment as a U.S. Government Indian Agent in 1876, who writes with some compassion of "what I know of the Indian, of his losing struggle for an existence according to his own ideals, of his manner of living, mode of thought, habit in action and repose, and of the things that have ... View More...