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1 Cook, John R. THE BORDER AND THE BUFFALO.
N.Y. Citadel Press 1967 Cloth Near Fine Near Fine 
D.j., 454 pp. A fine reprint of 1907 edition of a Southwestern classic on the destruction of the buffalo herds and its effect on the Indians. Cook, a buffalo hunter, accurately described life on the plains and gave a vivid picture of the settlers' wanton destruction of the buffalo herds. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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2 Cook, John R. THE BORDER AND THE BUFFALO. An Untold Story of the Southwest Plains.
Topeka Crane & Co. 1907 1st. Pict. cloth. Near Fine No D.j. Issued 
Decorated cloth (top spine slightly wrinkled, otherwise fine copy), 351 pp., frontis,plates. Rousing memoir by Cook (1844-1917) who fought in the Civil War with the 12th Ks. Infantry, prospected for gold, hunted buffalo in the Texas Panhandle, and more. The best version of the story of the disappearance of the buffalo from the plains. Much on Kansas. Six Guns #487-some info. on the Benders of Kansas. Excellent & very scarce work on the Southwest. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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