Sacajawea: A Guide and Interpreter of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, With an Account of the Travels of Toussaint Charbonneau, and of Jean Baptiste, the Expedition Papoose (INSCRIBED). Grace Raymond Hebard.
Sacajawea: A Guide and Interpreter of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, With an Account of the Travels of Toussaint Charbonneau, and of Jean Baptiste, the Expedition Papoose (INSCRIBED)

Sacajawea: A Guide and Interpreter of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, With an Account of the Travels of Toussaint Charbonneau, and of Jean Baptiste, the Expedition Papoose (INSCRIBED)

Glendale, CA: Arthur H. Clarke, Co, 1933. First Edition, Limited to 753 copies. INSCRIBED by the author "To Hazel Krieg, Grace R. Hebard." Additionally, Hebard's calling card is laid in with the envelope. The card is inscribed "To Chief Plenty Snows from Twenty Six Times and Sleeps. 1934." The envelope is addressed "To Doctor K. from Doctor G." Large 8vo. 340 pp. Illustrated plates with tissue guards. Publisher's maroon cloth with gilt lettering; TEG. Minor wear to extremities else a fine copy. Item #19671

"This biography of Sacajawea was controversial because of the contention by the author that the Shoshone woman who accompanied the Lewis and Clark expedition lived for many years after her supposed death." - Clark & Brunet 136. (Howes H383). The author was a prominent Wyoming historian, suffragist, pioneering scholar, prolific writer, political economist and noted University of Wyoming educator.

Price: $750.00

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