Apache Agent: The Story of John P. Clum. Woodworth Clum.

Apache Agent: The Story of John P. Clum

boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1936. First Edition. Original cloth. 8vo. xiv, [2], 296, [1] pp. Color frontispiece; numerous photographic plates.Red cloth with printed spine label in publisher's dustjacket with wraparound cover art depicting the capture of Geronimo by Herbert Morton Stoops. Previous owner name else fine in very good dustjacket (some lost at spine ends and corners; rubbing on front cover; creasing & wear to lower front cover; slight fading to spine). Item #18947

The biography of John Clum, agent in sole command of the Apaches, most feared of all American Indians. Following his career as agent, Clum founded the historic Tombstone Epitaph, and later served as Mayor of Tombstone at the time of the famous Earp-clanton battle. "Considered for its historical value, or simply as thrilling reading, Clum's story is outstanding among Western biographies - a saga of heroism and adventure that has few parallels in the history of the frontier." _ dustjacket flap.

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