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MESA VERDE'S CANONS
(THE CLIFF DWELLERS OF MESA VERDE)
Southwestern Colorado. Their Pottery and Implements
Stockholm: P.A. Norstedt & Soners Forlag: 1893, First Edition
Complete with all illustrations
Condition: very good plus to near fine; original burgundy cloth binding; strong spine; clean, bright pages; some light damp-staining to back cover. First Swedish Edition.
THE STORY OF MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK
"America's sublime antiquity has the lure of a mystery greater than the ruined cities of the old world." Presented by the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad. Published by the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad Co., Denver, Colorado. Printed in the United States by Smith-Brooks, Denver. Prepared by Cusack-White Co., Denver. Original illustrated stiff wrappers; 16 pages; beautifully illustrated. Near fine condition
THE LAND OF THE CLIFF DWELLERS
by Frederick H. Chapin
Boston: Appalachian Mountain Club. W.B. Clarke and Company, 1892, first edition. University Press: John Wilson and son, Cambridge. Original two-tone green cloth binding; embossed illustration; gold print on front cover and spine; 188 pages; photographic illustrations (both phototypes and photo-engravings). Condition: very good plus; strong binding; clean, bright pages; a touch of light rubbing on small parts of the covers; complete with all illustrations
MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK, COLORADO
Season From May 15 to October 15, 1934. United States Department of the Interior. Harold L. Ickes, Secretary; National Park Service, Arno B. Cammerer, Directory. United States Government Printing Office, Washington: 1934. Original illustrated wrappers; 44 pages; numerous photographic illustrations; plus, Map of "Location of Reservations Administered by the National Park Service." Condition: very good plus; remnants of adhesions on back cover
REPORT ON THE ANCIENT RUINS
Examined in 1875 and 1877. By William H. Jackson. Ruins of Southwestern Colorado and Adjacent Territory. [Extracted from the Tenth Annual Report of the Survey for the Year 1876]. Significant amount on Mesa Verde area. Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey. F.V. Hayden, U.S. Geologist-In-Charge. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1879. Pages 411 - 448, original printed wrappers; numerous plates and maps; complete. Very good plus to near fine condition
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