Goodland, Kansas: R.G. Wolfe, n.d. [ca.1924]. Black lettered stapled paperwraps, with a small illustration on front cover. 19cm.; 40 pp. Illustrated with portrait photographs. Some separation of wraps along spine; previous owner's signature on title page and verso of front cover; typical browning to pages, else a very good copy. Item #58133
Lockard relates the story of "his pursuit of thirty-one days of the King of Wild Horses, Black Kettle," during the early years of Western Kansas history. The horse had escaped from a raid by Black Kettle and his band of Cheyenne on a Mormon wagon train in 1867. In telling his tale, Lockard gives a history of some of the more notable Kansas hunters and early settlers he knew.