Memoirs of Chief Red Fox
New York: McGraw-Hill, 1971. 2nd printing. Cloth. 8vo. Publisher's navy cloth. Deckle edge. Numerous photographic illustrations. 208 pp.
No jacket. Ex-library with stickers on spine and front cover, card pocket pasted inside front cover. Tight and clean.
This is an early printing of the memoirs of Sioux indigenous rights activist Chief Red Fox (1870-1976). Red Fox lived a fascinating life, as the nephew of Crazy Horse and witness to the Battle of Little Big Horn, a performer in Buffalo Bill's entourage, and a prodigious actor of the silent film era. Very good. Item #1721