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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Seven and nine years among the Camanches and Apaches.
Jersey City, N.J. : Published by Clark Johnson, M.D., 1879
|Named Person:||Edwin Eastman|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Clark Johnson, M.D.; Edwin Eastman; John Karst
|Notes:||Account of the sufferings and adventures of Edwin Eastman and his wife.
"A revolting fictitious story written to advertise Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian blood syrup, and made up mainly of descriptions of Indian life and customs, some of which are cribbed, with considerable garbling from Catlin. G.P. Garrison."--Ayer.
Copyright 1873 by Clark Johnson, M.D., Jersey City, N.J.
Wood-engravings by Karst.
"To the public. As there has been considerable inquiry concerning the remedy to which allusion is herein made, I will, by way of explanation, make the following statement ... C. Johnson, Jersey City, N.J. July 1st, 1873"--Page .
|Description:||309,  p.,  leaves of plates : ill. ; 19 cm.|