Item #008607 People of Chance: Gambling in American Society from Jamestown to Las Vegas. John M. Findlay.

People of Chance: Gambling in American Society from Jamestown to Las Vegas

New York; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1986. Hardcover. vi, [2], 272 p., 12 unpaginated pages of illustrations and maps; 24 cm. Black cloth spine with brown boards. Illustrated dust jacket. The author "focuses on the American fascination with games of chance as a key to our national culture, tracing the development of a distinctly American style of gambling through more than 350 years of our history." -- dust jacket. Book is in Very Good Condition: top page edges slightly soiled; notation in margin of one page; otherwise, clean and tight. Dust jacket is in Fine Condition: clean and bright. Very Good / fine. Item #008607
ISBN: 0195037405

Price: $12.00

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