New York: Harper and Brothers, 1885. First Edition. Octavo. Item #021838
312pp., Second issue with portrait and map. Very little had been written about domestic life of an army family. The Cavalry post were isolate and quite inaccessible to travelers and of course with the warlike Indians, visits were not temped by friends or family. Here Mrs. Custer gives detail of life as it was living at a Cavalry post. A life separate from the rest of the world. Bound in brow pictorial gilt cloth accented in black, spine gilt, brown endpapers, previous owner's names on front endpapers, Bookseller's ticket, light wear to corners and spine ends. A very good copy.