First edition. 8vo. Black pictorial cloth, 400 pp., frontis., foreword, numerous illustrations, portraits, two maps. "Being an authentic and popular account, in chronological order, of the long and bitter conflict waged between savage Indian tribes and the pioneer settlers of Texas. Wresting of a fair land from savage rule. A red record of fierce strife. Profusely illustrated with spirited battle scenes by special artists. Rare portraits of famous Rangers, Indian fighters and pioneers, maps, etc." A classic history of the ongoing clash between Indians and early settlers on the Texas frontier. A collection of first-hand accounts beginning in 1819 and continuing through 1845. Light-modest general wear with new endpapers and old tape repair to one plate, else a very good copy. Rarely seen in this black pictorial cloth binding.
Inventory Number: 17213