The Historic West: Lost Mines and Ghost Towns, Frontier Military Forts. Andy Dagosta.
The Historic West: Lost Mines and Ghost Towns, Frontier Military Forts
The Historic West: Lost Mines and Ghost Towns, Frontier Military Forts
The Historic West: Lost Mines and Ghost Towns, Frontier Military Forts

The Historic West: Lost Mines and Ghost Towns, Frontier Military Forts

Scottsdale, AZ: Cooper Enterprises, 1968. Near Fine. First Edition. Dagosta, Andy. [Sheet 29x23in, Neatline 27.5x21.5in]; Pictorial map, with relief shown in shading and hachures, of Western United States ghost towns, mines, military forts, native American regions and settlements,rivers, cities and towns, missions, and major overland routes to the west coast; Minimal wear with a few wrinkles, unfolded, clean edges without tears or chips, vibrant color and detail. Scarce [David Rumsey Collection 13091]. Item #13840

This pictorial map of the entire western states is nicely illustrated with vignettes of historical events, locations and other details that are clear and fairly accurate. Andy Dagosta (1923-2009) was a well known illustrator and western realist painter. He was one of the founders of the American Indian and Cowboy Artist Association (now the Cowboy Artists of America) and had a long career. This is one of several illustrations published in the late 1960's. This one in 1968 was followed by a smaller version of California in 1969.

Price: $190.00

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