Boston: Little Brown and Company, 1952. First edition. Hardcover. Hardcover blue and cream quarto. xvii, 376 pages : illustrations (1 color) ; 22 cm. Mild sunning to spine. Mild rubbing and soiling to boards. Pages clean and binding tight. Very good(+). Item #90282
Abstract: The story of the wild horses of America, the Indians who rode them and the whites who were famous as their captors. || Contents: A personal introduction -- The progenitor of the mustang -- The guarded atom bomb of the Spaniards -- Indian horses and horsemanship -- The Comanche moon -- Indian horse-stealing and mustanging -- Mesteñas -- Wild and free -- The stallion and his mares -- The legend of the pacing white mustang -- Death and liberty -- Captive mustangs : ordinary and extraordinary -- Mustangers ways -- As the mustangers told it -- Under the saddle -- The Coyote Dun and other cow horses -- Only their dust. || Mustang -- History. Wild horses -- West (U.S.) Indians of North America -- West (U.S.).
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