Blackfoot Lodge Tales, the Story of a Prairie People by George Grinnell

By George Grinnell

initially released in 1892, this early paintings on local American Folklore is either dear and tough to discover in its first variation. It comprises stories of the plains of North the US and the adventures and customs of the folk who inhabit it. it is a interesting paintings and is carefully advised for someone attracted to western folklore. some of the earliest books, really these relationship again to the 1900s and prior to, at the moment are tremendous scarce. we're republishing those vintage works in cheap, prime quality, sleek variants, utilizing the unique textual content and artwork.

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