New York, Charles Scribner's Sons: 1942
Edition: First Edition; First Printing
Seller ID: 18926
Condition: Very Good in Very Good- dust jacket
Text is clean. Green cloth with red spine lettering and cover illustrations. Cover shows normal wear. Dust jacket shows chipping at spine and corners. Unfortunate ink mark to front panel of DJ. Scribner's 'A' present. ; From dust jacket flap: This is an adventure story and it will hold children's interest from first to last. It is exciting but not melodramatic. Based on fact, it tells of the difficulties between the Indians and the trains that came roaring across the plains, scaring away the buffalo. One small Indian does not feel this way about the engine that he admires and calls "Swift ... View More...
Text is clean. Cover shows normal wear. Dust jacket is chipped at spine and corners, several closed tears and wrinkling along top edge of front panel of DJ. Dates on title page matches copyright page. ; [Not listed in Baumgarten]; B&W Illustrations; 9.20 X 6.70 X 0.90 inches View More...