THE PIONEER BOYS OF THE YELLOWSTONE; or, Lost in the Land of Wonders. #5 in series.
Edition: 4th printing.
Boston: The Page Company, (1929, c 1915). Hardcover - From the introduction: "In my last story, the title of which was ÒThe Pioneer Boys of Missouri,Ó I half-promised that later on I might continue the recital of Dick and Roger Armstrong's fortunes, and carry them further along their pathway toward the far-distant Pacific." In this book, the Lewis and Clark expedition has been following the Yellowstone River and Dick and his cousin are planning on wintering near the Mandan Indian village - but they hear from the Indians tales of the nearby "Land of Enchantment." Illustrated by Walter S. Rogers with 5 glossy internal plates and several smaller drawings. vii. 346 pp plus 10 pp publisher's ads.
Condition: Ex-library, in sturdy library binding, with usual markings, reading wear - missing frontispiece. Still a decent reading copy of an uncommon title.