This historical novel is bound in red-orange cloth boards, with black spine lettering and a black-and-white cover illustration. Very mild edgewear at spine ends; most inner pages clean, binding tight. This first-edition copy is signed by the illustrator, I.B. Hazelton, on the title page. A clipping from the dust jacket is included at the front endpaper. The story is a fictionalized account of life among the "Mound Builders," early Native American people who lived in what is now Tennessee. Black-and-white illustrations throughout. 215 pages; approx. 5"x8".
- Chula, Son of the Mound Builders
- William H. Bunce
- Isaac Brewer Hazelton, illustrator
- E.P Dutton and Company Inc., 1942
- First edition