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Give Your Heart to the Hawks: A Tribute to the Mountain Men

By: "Blevins, Winfred"

Price: $20.66

Publisher: NY, 1976

Edition: (3rd Printing)

Seller ID: 53P020

ISBN: 0380006944

Condition: NEAR FINE


"A tribute to the Mountain Men..Kit Carson, John Colter, Jim Bridger..It was an epic time which lasted hardly more than a third of a century..a book which has the drama and suspense of a novel. Tight, bright, clean w/slight tilt. Light spine & hinge crease and slight edgewear. " View more info

Give Your Heart to the Hawks

By: "Blevins, Winfred"

Price: $17.95

Publisher: NY, 1974

Edition: (1st Paperback)

Seller ID: 77P022

Condition: VERY GOOD+


"tight, yellowed, clean, faint curl. Edgewear to top of spine and corners. A few light surface creases and reading creases on spine. ""A Tribute to the Mountain Men""" View more info

"""Uncle Dick"" Wooton: The Pioneer Frontiersman of the Rocky Mountain Region (Classics of the Old West)"

By: "Conard, Howard L."

Price: $14.95

Publisher: "Alexandria, VA", 1980

Seller ID: 29H003

ISBN: 0809439522

Condition: VERY GOOD+


"As new except for slight tilt. Reprinted from 1890 W.E. Dibble edition. Embossed leather binding, gilt lettering and page edges, attached ribbon book mark, and marbleized endpapers. Includes original publisher inserts. No dust jacket, as issued. A man always on the move, successful in multiple business endeavors, who lived a life full of adventure in the American West, tells of his adventures and gives advice on how to survive and thrive while winning the West." View more info

Cacti of California (California Natural History Guides #18)

By: "Dawson, Yale"

Price: $7.95

Publisher: "Berkeley, CA", 1966

Edition: (1st edition)

Seller ID: 81P012

Condition: FINE


"As new, unread but has slight rubbing to spine. 64 pages with 8 page insert of color photos. Both primer and field guide on California cacti. 64 indexed, illustrated pages including Glossary and a list of ""Cactus Books and Clubs"". (California Natural History Guides #18) 4-3/8x7-1/4." View more info

L.A. Woman (Traveler's Bookshelf)

By: "Lasky, Jane E. "

Price: $196.95

Publisher: 1990

Edition: (1st printing)

Seller ID: 08M001

ISBN: 0446387797

Condition: VERY GOOD


"Tight, bright, clean, slight tilt. Small corner bump has dogeared about a dozen pages. Pocket size (5-5/8x3-1/2""), shopping and sightseeing guide keyed to full-page, indexed street maps. Yellow leather-finish cover." View more info

"A Texas Cow Boy or, Fifteen Years on the Hurricane Deck of A Spanish Pony (Classics of the Old West)"

By: "Siringo, Chas. A."

Price: $12.95

Publisher: "Alexandria, VA", 1980

Seller ID: 29H004

ISBN: 0809435683

Condition: FINE


"As new - gift quality! Reprinted from 1885 M. Umbdenstock edition. Embossed leather binding, gilt lettering and page edges, attached ribbon book mark, and marbleized endpapers. Includes original publisher inserts. No dust jacket, as issued. Will Rogers called this book ""The Cowboys Bible"". Charlie Siringo was not the first cowboy to do the things he describes, which make up our image of the American cowboy, ""but was the first to write it all down.""" View more info

Class Act: College of San Mateo - A History

By: Svanevik & Burgett

Price: $17.95

Publisher: "SF, CA",

Seller ID: 4-1X001

ISBN: 1881529193

Condition: NEAR FINE


"As new except for faint wear to 1 corner of cover. ""A college and a community that grew up together while reflecting the image of America…Events that occurred at this small California college near San Francisco were duplicated in a thousand others across the nation...Everything changes...Things didn't become better or worse, just radically different...""" View more info

"Back to the Bay: An Exploration of the Marginal Zones of the San Francisco Bay - August 25 thru November 4, 2001"

By: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

Price: $15.95

Publisher: "San Francisco, CA", 2001

Seller ID: 11Y001

Condition: FINE


"As new - gift quality! Photo exhibit catalog - description and photos + history of San Francisco Bay. ""Grand opening in 1935…eleven years of onerous construction…prime example of anthropogeomorphology…Terrestrial engineering has transformed the original Bay into a composite of built forms that support the economic demands of the society that surrounds it...reflect the culture that exists around its margins... much of what we are privileged to see in the exhibit is usually buried or lost to collective memory..."" Unpaginated (32 pages), 9x8"" (23x20.2cm) "... View more info