Black Rock: a Tale of the Selkirks

By: Connor, Ralph

Price: $6.44

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No date, no edition. The story of the book is true, and chief of the failures in the making of the book is this: That it is not all the truth. The light is not bright enough, the shadow is not black enough to give a true picture of that bit of Wetern life to which the writer was some small part. Because a man's life is all he has, and because the only hope of the brave young West lies in it's men, this story is told. It may be that the tragic pity of a broken life may move some to pray, and that the divine power there is in a single brave heart to summon forth hope and courage may move some to fight. If so, the tale is not told in vain. /C. W. G. The corners are worn through, and there is some wear on the top and bottom edges. Both ends of the spine have some wear. The green binding has a picture of a distant place. The binding is tight but inside the front and back covers the binding is somewhat loose. 270 pages, approximately half a dozen pages have varying marks on them. None to disturb the text. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

Title: Black Rock: a Tale of the Selkirks

Author: Connor, Ralph

Categories: American Literature,

Publisher: New York, Grosset & Dunlap:

Binding: Hardcover, Cloth, Pictorial

Book Condition: Good with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 000923

Keywords: Adventure Western True Story Non-fiction,