Boston/New York, Houghton Mifflin Company: 1935 (c.1934)
Edition: 2nd impression
Seller ID: 18868
Condition: Near Fine in Very Good dj
[lovely book, virtually as new, appears unread; jacket moderately worn at extremities, slight fading/scraping to spine, addtional minor scraping to front panel, tiny chip at top of rear panel]. (B&W plates) "Through this book, which adheres strictly to historical facts, there surges the complete misunderstanding between the white man and the red man; the fierce struggle of the latter for freedom; the tragedy, the sweep of civilization overcoming and overpowering the more primitive race; the hopelessness of the dream of the young Chief, patriot of the Indian cause, whom the English named K... View More...