Great River: The Rio Grande in North American History (2-volume set in slipcase)

By: HORGAN, Paul

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Book Condition: Very Good


A later printing of this 2-volume history of the areas near the Rio Grande. Volume One is concerned with the Indians and Spain, who declared present-day Mexico to be "New Spain". Volume Two focuses on Mexico and the United States. Each volume with two maps by Palacios. --- Each volume in full black cloth-covered boards with spine titling in gilt, and blue endpapers. Volumes share a slipcase, with wrap-around watercolor painting of a Rio Grande valley scene to covers. --- A very nice set: clean and tightly bound but with prior owner's signatures to front paste-downs and a penciled notation to index of volume 1. Slipcase with rubbing to extremities, remains structurally sound.; Octavo - 8 to 9 in. tall; xv, 1020 pages

Title: Great River: The Rio Grande in North American History (2-volume set in slipcase)

Author Name: HORGAN, Paul

Categories: >>History of Colorado & the Old West, >>American History & Politics,

Publisher: New York, Rinehart & Company, Inc.: 1954

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Stock No.: 83178