My Sixty Years on the Plains: Trapping, Trading, and Indian Fighting (Illustrated) Pdf

My Sixty Years on the Plains: Trapping, Trading, and Indian Fighting (Illustrated)

Author: W. T. Hamilton
Publisher: W. T. Hamilton
ISBN: 9788822828453
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Category: Biography & Autobiography

In writing this book the author had only one end in view, that of relating in a simple way his experiences as a mountaineer. In these days, when such experiences are fast becoming a thing of the past, the story is of special interest.

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