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The Rocky Road to Jericho
New York: Hillman-Curl, [1935]. First Edition. Novel set on the Mormon pioneer trail, the route used by members of the Church from 1846 to 1868, stretching from Nauvoo, IL, to Salt Lake City. Deals with the hero's crisis of faith after seeing his sweetheart married to another man in polygamy...
[Item #25842]
Price: $150.00
The Rocky Road to Jericho

Facts Concerning The Struggle in Colorado for Industrial Freedom. Series I. Issued by the Coal Mine Managers
(Denver): Committee of Coal Mine Managers, 1914. First Edition. Collects fifteen weekly bulletins issued jointly, between June and September 1914, by the chief officers of the Colorado Fuel & Iron Co., the Victor-American Fuel Co., and the Rocky Mountain Fuel Co. Preceded by a preliminary account of the events immediately...
[Item #13264]
Price: $75.00
Facts Concerning The Struggle in Colorado for Industrial Freedom. Series I. Issued by the Coal Mine Managers

The Complete Western Stories of Elmore Leonard [Signed]
New York: William Morrow, 2004. First Edition. An important volume, collecting for the first time all of Leonard's western stories which first appeared in the pages of pulp magazines like Dime Western, Argosy, Western Story and Zane Grey's Western Magazine. First Printing. Octavo; beige and black paper-covered boards, with titles...
[Item #20485]
Price: $100.00

Mountain City
London: T. Werner Laurie, 1930. First U.K. Edition. Octavo. Blue cloth boards, lettered in gilt on spine; dustjacket; 312 + [7]pp (ads). Tight, Near Fine copy in the scarce printed dustwrapper, slightly faded on spine and rubbed at folds, else Near Fine. Engraved bookplate (George S. Leeland) inside front cover...
[Item #25756]
Price: $100.00
Mountain City

Diné Bikéyah (The Navajo's Country)
Window Rock, AZ: United States Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, Navajo Service, 1941. First Edition. Diné Bikéyah ("The Navajo's Country") is primarily a guide book and gazeteer of the Navajo country and adjacent regions compiled by Richard Fowler Van Valkenburgh, a former Bureau of Indian Affairs worker...
[Item #21072]
Price: $850.00
Diné Bikéyah (The Navajo's Country)

Unless the Wind Turns
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1941. First Edition. The Montana author's fifth novel, and her first set in her native state. The story of five people on vacation in the Montana Rockies who come suddenly upon a forest fire. "First on the scene, the men of the party attempt...
[Item #26587]
Price: $200.00
Unless the Wind Turns