Book Description

First edition 1950. 8vo. 286pp, 21 illustrations mainly from photographs. Green cloth with gilt lettering to spine in very good condition. The memoirs of an one-armed Englishman who ranched, fought Apaches, and mostly hunted bears with hounds in New Mexico, 1882 - 1900. Educated at Cambridge, he was one of the most literate chroniclers of New Mexico's rural history. A great Old West memoir, and superb hound and horse training book. (Stock ref 6)
Author Stevens, Montague.
Date 1950 First Edition
Binding Cloth bound
Publisher London: Robert Hale Limited
Condition Very good.
Pages 286pp

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