THE BLACK MILITARY EXPERIENCE IN THE AMERICAN WEST
CARROLL, John M. (Editor)
New York Liveright 1971 (xxv) 591 pages. First Trade Edition, INSCRIBED by Custer historian John M. Carroll in brown ink on the title page, "To the Campions with my personal regards / John M. Carroll". 7 1/2" x 10". Brown cloth. Notes, Bibliography. Index. Sans dust jacket. Endpapers illustrated by Nick Eggenhofer. Illustrated throughout by a number of distinguished Western artists, including Jose Cisneros, Frederic Remington, Lawrence Bjorklund, Joe Grandee, Harold Bugbee, Stanley M. Long and others. Drawing upon a number of sources, Carroll has assembled a broad history of the African American soldier on the Western frontier. A valuable contribution and a useful research tool. Slightly rubbed; several punch marks to front cover; Very Good or better overall, now in a clear mylar protective jacket. Always FREE SHIPPING via media mail to any United States address.
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