EXCITING ADVENTURES ALONG THE INDIAN FRONTIER: A REPORTER’S EXPERIENCES IN THE RED MAN’S TERRITORY AND IN THE OLD CHEROKEE STRIP DURING THE 90’S.
Girard: Haldeman-Julius Publication, 1946. 32pp. Orange printed wrappers, stapled. First edition. Except for toning to pages due to paper quality, it is a near fine copy. The author moved with his family from Kansas to the Cherokee Strip where his father operated a trading post. Later they would settle in Blackwell, I.T. He recounts his experiences as a cub reporter with mentions of Col. Blackwell, Teddy Roosevelt, the Doolin Gang, his experiences with the Indians, lawlessness in the Territory, etc.