Men Without Countries. Three Adventurers of the Early Southwest

WEEMS, John Edward.
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin & Co, 1969. Illustrated with drawings by Rick Duiker.
First edition.
Octavo, blue stamped spine over orange cloth revealing orange lettering, with map endpapers, dust jacket (spine browned, some wear). Spotting of top edges, else fine.

"James Wilkinson, Philip Nolan, and Peter Ellis Bean were shrewd, self-seeking individuals who, at one time or another, dealt with or fought for the United States, Mexico, or Spain, which, in 1800, still held the land west of the Mississippi River. Their lives, which interwove, spanned nearly a full century, from Wilkinson's birth in 1757 to Bean's death in 1846." -from the dust jacket.

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