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Limited Edition of 55 copies. Battle of Little Big Horn: A Comprehensive Study. (Battle of the Little Big Horn Series, Volume III) - Jack Pennington
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2001, ISBN: 9780912783345

Hardcover, First edition, ID: 927460482

Apr 18, 1985. Very Good. First Edition, 1985 - Hardcover. Inscribed by author, Humphrey Carpenter, to former owner. Publisher: George Allen & Unwin, London. The dust jacket has light shelf wear, very slight creasing at bottom spine area and a tiny chip at bottom spine area. The boards have a hint of wear at bottom spine area. The spine is tight and stiff. The edges are clean, but have a very slight hint of toning. The text contains black and white photographs and is clean and unmarked. Inscribed to former owner on first blank of page of book: "Noel - this is about as far from Ezra as you can get...or maybe not? With much gratitude for all of your kindness. Humphrey" 235 pages. - We welcome and respond promptly to customer inquiries about the books we offer for sale. We grade conservatively, package securely and ship immediately from Ithaca, NY. Excellent customer service. Satisfaction guaranteed., Oxford University Press, Humphrey: 1928. Hardcover, no dustjacket. Good condition. It was this ideology that blew up the institutional barriers to the display of the individual citizen's initiative and thereby to economic improvement. It paved the way for the unprecedented achievements of Laissez-faire capitalism., Oxford University Press, Humphrey: 1928, Henry Frowde; Oxford University Press. Hardcover. 213512 Two volume set [2 Volume Set]. Volumes 1 and 2. Henry Frowde [Spine publisher: Humphrey Milford]. An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations. The World's Classics. 18mo. Green cloth covered boards with gilt lettering on spines. Light green illustrations on endpapers. Cloth ribbon markers. Top edges gilt. . Fair. 1908., Henry Frowde; Oxford University Press, 1908, Upton & Sons, 2001. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). As New/As New. 1st Edition. Collector's edition produced in a numbered edition of 55 copies, bound in leather and signed by the author, this is number 41. 373 Pages. Mint. Pennington critically examines the statements and testimonies of participants (both Indian and white) as well as other writer's scenarios concerning the battle and its aftermath. The development of the battle is reconstructed after evaluating Reno's attack orders and his actions after separating from Custer and crossing Ford B., the sightings of Custer on the ridge, the statements of Sergeant Kanipe and Trumpeter Martin, Arikara and Crow accounts, including a deep study of Curley's stories. Twenty-seven Sioux and Cheyenne accounts are skillfully dissected and integrated into Pennington's analysis. Statements given at the Reno Court of Inquiry in 1879 and the confusing time zone/watch synchronizing-problem is addressed. Of special interest to Battle of the Little Big Horn students will be the author's analyses of the writings of fourteen of the leading Custer experts who have written extensively on the battle. Pennington has evaluated the writings of Robert Ege, Charles Kuhlman, Thomas Marquis, W.A. Graham, Jerome Greene, Richard Hardorff, Douglas Ellison, Fred Dustin, David Humphreys Miller, John Gray and James Willert and presents his candid opinions of their Little Big Horn conclusions. Pennington says, ...to arrive at a more accurate conception of the battle one has to be objectively critical of others' viewpoints, just as they should be critical of those I support. This book is a fresh approach to the subject and well worthy of inclusion in the Battle of the Little Big Horn Series, of which this is Volume Three. Full-color just-jacket (C.M. Russell's Custer's Last Fight), 373 pages, photos, maps, index, bibliography, 3.5+11 inches to match previous volumes in the series. Robert M. Utley says, This is a provocative, highly personal analysis of the manifold issues of the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Pennington has done his homework, knows his subject thoroughly, and boldly sets forth his own conclusions and his criticisms of others, both primary and secondary. He will spark plenty of debate, but he is certainly worth studying. Size: 3.2 x 22.2 x 28.6 cm. 373 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: History; General Custer. ISBN: 0912783346. ISBN/EAN: 9780912783345. . 9780912783345, Upton & Sons, 2001

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Limited Edition of 55 copies. Battle of Little Big Horn: A Comprehensive Study. (Battle of the Little Big Horn Series, Volume III). - Pennington, Jack
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2001, ISBN: 0912783346

Hardcover, First edition, ID: 15384018102

[EAN: 9780912783345], Gebraucht, wie neu, [PU: Upton & Sons], HISTORY BZDB395 WILD WEST, CUSTER, BUFFALO BILL, HISTORY; GENERAL CUSTER. LIMITED EDITION OF 55 COPIES BATTLE LITTLE BIG HORN A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY THE SERIES VOLUME III CUSTER, History|Historical Geography, Jacket, 1st Edition. Collector's edition produced in a numbered edition of 55 copies, bound in leather and signed by the author, this is number 41. 373 Pages. Mint. Pennington critically examines the statements and testimonies of participants (both Indian and white) as well as other writer's scenarios concerning the battle and its aftermath. The development of the battle is reconstructed after evaluating Reno's attack orders and his actions after separating from Custer and crossing Ford B., the sightings of Custer on the ridge, the statements of Sergeant Kanipe and Trumpeter Martin, Arikara and Crow accounts, including a deep study of Curley's stories. Twenty-seven Sioux and Cheyenne accounts are skillfully dissected and integrated into Pennington's analysis. Statements given at the Reno Court of Inquiry in 1879 and the confusing time zone/watch synchronizing-problem is addressed. Of special interest to Battle of the Little Big Horn students will be the author's analyses of the writings of fourteen of the leading Custer experts who have written extensively on the battle. Pennington has evaluated the writings of Robert Ege, Charles Kuhlman, Thomas Marquis, W.A. Graham, Jerome Greene, Richard Hardorff, Douglas Ellison, Fred Dustin, David Humphreys Miller, John Gray and James Willert and presents his candid opinions of their Little Big Horn conclusions. Pennington says, .to arrive at a more accurate conception of the battle one has to be objectively critical of others' viewpoints, just as they should be critical of those I support. This book is a fresh approach to the subject and well worthy of inclusion in the Battle of the Little Big Horn Series, of which this is Volume Three. Full-color just-jacket (C.M. Russell's Custer's Last Fight), 373 pages, photos, maps, index, bibliography, 3.5+11 inches to match previous volumes in the series. Robert M. Utley says, This is a provocative, highly personal analysis of the manifold issues of the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Pennington has done his homework, knows his subject thoroughly, and boldly sets forth his own conclusions and his criticisms of others, both primary and secondary. He will spark plenty of debate, but he is certainly worth studying. Size: 3.2 x 22.2 x 28.6 cm. 373 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: History; General Custer. ISBN: 0912783346. ISBN/EAN: 9780912783345.

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[EAN: 9780912783345], Neubuch, [PU: Upton & Sons], HISTORY BZDB395 WILD WEST, CUSTER, BUFFALO BILL, HISTORY; GENERAL CUSTER. BATTLE OF LITTLE BIG HORN A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY CUSTER, History|Historical Geography, Jacket, 373 Pages. Pennington critically examines the statements and testimonies of participants (both Indian and white) as well as other writer's scenarios concerning the battle and its aftermath. The development of the battle is reconstructed after evaluating Reno's attack orders and his actions after separating from Custer and crossing Ford B., the sightings of Custer on the ridge, the statements of Sergeant Kanipe and Trumpeter Martin, Arikara and Crow accounts, including a deep study of Curley's stories. Twenty-seven Sioux and Cheyenne accounts are skillfully dissected and integrated into Pennington's analysis. Statements given at the Reno Court of Inquiry in 1879 and the confusing time zone/watch synchronizing-problem is addressed. Of special interest to Battle of the Little Big Horn students will be the author's analyses of the writings of fourteen of the leading Custer experts who have written extensively on the battle. Pennington has evaluated the writings of Robert Ege, Charles Kuhlman, Thomas Marquis, W.A. Graham, Jerome Greene, Richard Hardorff, Douglas Ellison, Fred Dustin, David Humphreys Miller, John Gray and James Willert and presents his candid opinions of their Little Big Horn conclusions. Pennington says, .to arrive at a more accurate conception of the battle one has to be objectively critical of others' viewpoints, just as they should be critical of those I support. This book is a fresh approach to the subject and well worthy of inclusion in the Battle of the Little Big Horn Series, of which this is Volume Three. Full-color just-jacket (C.M. Russell's Custer's Last Fight), 373 pages, photos, maps, index, bibliography, 3.5+11 inches to match previous volumes in the series. Robert M. Utley says, This is a provocative, highly personal analysis of the manifold issues of the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Pennington has done his homework, knows his subject thoroughly, and boldly sets forth his own conclusions and his criticisms of others, both primary and secondary. He will spark plenty of debate, but he is certainly worth studying. Size: 3.2 x 22.2 x 28.6 cm. 373 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: History; General Custer. ISBN: 0912783346. ISBN/EAN: 9780912783345.

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2001, ISBN: 9780912783345

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Corwin. PAPERBACK. 0761945903 New Condition. . New., Corwin, Upton & Sons, 2001. First Edition. Hardcover. New. 373 Pages. Pennington critically examines the statements and testimonies of participants (both Indian and white) as well as other writer's scenarios concerning the battle and its aftermath. The development of the battle is reconstructed after evaluating Reno's attack orders and his actions after separating from Custer and crossing Ford B., the sightings of Custer on the ridge, the statements of Sergeant Kanipe and Trumpeter Martin, Arikara and Crow accounts, including a deep study of Curley's stories. Twenty-seven Sioux and Cheyenne accounts are skillfully dissected and integrated into Pennington's analysis. Statements given at the Reno Court of Inquiry in 1879 and the confusing time zone/watch synchronizing-problem is addressed. Of special interest to Battle of the Little Big Horn students will be the author's analyses of the writings of fourteen of the leading Custer experts who have written extensively on the battle. Pennington has evaluated the writings of Robert Ege, Charles Kuhlman, Thomas Marquis, W.A. Graham, Jerome Greene, Richard Hardorff, Douglas Ellison, Fred Dustin, David Humphreys Miller, John Gray and James Willert and presents his candid opinions of their Little Big Horn conclusions. Pennington says, ...to arrive at a more accurate conception of the battle one has to be objectively critical of others' viewpoints, just as they should be critical of those I support. This book is a fresh approach to the subject and well worthy of inclusion in the Battle of the Little Big Horn Series, of which this is Volume Three. Full-color just-jacket (C.M. Russell's Custer's Last Fight), 373 pages, photos, maps, index, bibliography, 3.5+11 inches to match previous volumes in the series. Robert M. Utley says, This is a provocative, highly personal analysis of the manifold issues of the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Pennington has done his homework, knows his subject thoroughly, and boldly sets forth his own conclusions and his criticisms of others, both primary and secondary. He will spark plenty of debate, but he is certainly worth studying. Size: 3.2 x 22.2 x 28.6 cm. 373 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: History; General Custer. ISBN: 0912783346. ISBN/EAN: 9780912783345. . 9780912783345, Upton & Sons, 2001

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[EAN: 9780912783345], Neubuch, [PU: Upton & Sons, El Segundo, California], CUSTER, GEORGE ARMSTRONG; BATTLE OF THE LITTLE BIG HORN; MONTANA; WESTERN INDIAN WARS-UNITED STATES., Fiction|Westerns, Jacket, Description: BRAND NEW BOOK, NEVER USED. Volume itself has gray cloth covers with gold lettering on the spine. Dust jacket is protected in an archival quality cover. 373 pages, 8 1/2" x 11", clean, tight, bright and fresh. Overseas shipping may require extra shipping cost due to size and weight. Pennington sets forth a reasonable deduction of what Custer's actions encompassed. This scenario coincides with Custer's psyche and known ability and has the corroborating testimony to make it a sound hypothesis. Battle of the Little Big Horn Series, Volume Three. A very nice copy.

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