Told in the Hills

This antique hardcover novel has a dark blue cloth cover with bright gilt lettering and a paste-down color illustration. Owner's name on front endpaper, tanned pages, edgewear. Frontispiece features a portrait of the author. 362 pages; approx. 5"x8".  SYNOPSIS: "About two brothers. The younger had moved from the Midwest, earned substantial money, and was living the 'high life' in New Orleans. The older brother made a brief visit to New Orleans to confront him with his irresponsibility and sin. Ten years later in the northwestern corner of Montana, a sweet girl from the east comes to live. The two brothers ultimately meet again, tensions develop between the settlers and the Native Americans, and the U.S. Cavalry gets involved." 

  • Marah Ellis Ryan
  • Rand, McNally and Co., 1905