London: John Lane at the Bodley Head, 1923.
First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good -. ix, 257 pp + illustrations from photographs. Original red cloth with gilt spine lettering; no dust jacket. Light sunning to spine, else fine. This precedes the American edition by two years. A native of England, Richard Baxter Townshend traveled to the American West in 1869 and spent five years wandering and, briefly, cattle ranchng in Colorado. After leaving Colorado, he decided to see what New Mexico was like and established a trading post in Jemez. This book contains colorful accounts of his various travels and adventures from that time.