Foreman, Grant. Indians & Pioneers: The Story of the American Southwest before 1830. (Yale University Press, 1930).

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Foreman, Grant. Indians & Pioneers: The Story of the American Southwest before 1830.
New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1930. First Edition.

Binding: Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good+ Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good-. Size: 8"-9" - Octavo (8vo). Item Type: Book. xvi p., 1 l., 348 p. plates, ports, fold. maps.

The blurb on the front flap of the dust jacket notes that up to the publication of this book the pre-1830 history of the southwest has "for the most part been designed for a limited circle of readers. This account by Mr. Foreman is one of the first volumes on the subject intended for the pleasure and profit of all."

WorldCat does not show any holdings of this 1930 original edition. Even the Yale University Library, which has a catalog entry for it, shows its location as "Unavailable." 

Text block is tight and unmarked, though the pages have toned a bit with age. No foxing in this copy. Page edges browned slightly.

Bound in black cloth over boards with bright gilt title on the spine. Minimal shelf wear. Corners are sharp with slight rubbing to the tips. Slight wear to the foot of the spine.

Unclipped ($4.00) plain paper dust jacket has a 1/4" chip at the top of the front fold, a sticker scar on the front panel (affecting the letter "S" of "Indians"), a water spot at the bottom of the front panel (affecting the word "University"), a 1/2" deep chip at the foot of the spine and other chipping at the head of the spine and top of the rear panel. The jacket is now protected in a clear archival Brodart sleeve.

Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1 lb 9 oz. Category: History; United States; 1930s; Indigenous Cultures. ISBN: No ISBN. Inventory No: 1178.
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