"A sequel to the preceding."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 131, no. 48:4.
Translation of La loi de lynch.
"January 30, 1869."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 131, no. 48:4.
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"This volume closes what may be termed Aimard's First Series. Though each volume of the 'series' is a complete story in itself, yet the author has borne the same leading characters along through the several books. Hence, those interested in the Trapper's Daughter will find in The Trail-Hunter and in the The Pirates of the Prairies, ('American Tales [Second series],' nos. 2 and 3), the previous history of most of the personages herein made to play their part."--Page 100.
NIU Copy: Missing title page. Author and copyright information inferred from Johannsen and other issues in the series.