217 pp. / 6.00 in x 8.50 in / 1991
Western Americana / Regional Interest
Gladwell "Toney" Richardson came from a long line of Indian traders and published nearly three hundred western novels under pseudonyms like "Maurice Kildare." His forty years of
A first-rate chronicle of the days when barter was the primary form of commerce . . . a fascinating account of how white men and red men learned to live in harmony.
managing trading posts on the Navajo Reservation are now recalled in this colorful memoir.
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