Letters from the Southwest

Letters from the Southwest This editiion is excellent and should be in any and all collections Los Angeles Corral James Byrkit s masterful introduction to the Letters helps to place Lummis in his role as the Southwest s most ar

  • Title: Letters from the Southwest
  • Author: Charles F. Lummis James W. Lummis James W. Byrkit
  • ISBN: 9780816510399
  • Page: 199
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This editiion is excellent and should be in any and all collections Los Angeles Corral James Byrkit s masterful introduction to the Letters helps to place Lummis in his role as the Southwest s most ardent turn of the century booster The Western Historical Quarterly Byrkit s introduction is as important and revealing as the letters themselves Lummis 3000 mile This editiion is excellent and should be in any and all collections Los Angeles Corral James Byrkit s masterful introduction to the Letters helps to place Lummis in his role as the Southwest s most ardent turn of the century booster The Western Historical Quarterly Byrkit s introduction is as important and revealing as the letters themselves Lummis 3000 mile trek brought the Southwest to the people through the eyes of this curious and courageous young newspaper man totally captivating Red Rock News

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    About “Charles F. Lummis James W. Lummis James W. Byrkit

    • Charles F. Lummis James W. Lummis James W. Byrkit

      Charles Fletcher Lummis was a United States journalist and an activist for Indian rights and historic preservation A traveler in the American Southwest, he settled in Los Angeles, California, where he also became known as a historian, photographer, ethnographer, archaeologist, poet and librarian Source

    427 thoughts on “Letters from the Southwest

    • This book was AWESOME! I was glued to the pages, and did not set it down until I was done w/ it. Sure, he may have exaggerated a bit here and there, but who wouldn't add a little flair after walking all the way from Ohio to Los Angeles? This was much better than the "other" version that he wrote, "A Tramp Across the Continent." To be Charles Lummis in 1884 one can only dream.


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