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Beyond The Mississippi: From The Great River To The Great Ocean.

by Richardson, Albert D

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8vo original cloth illustrated 572 pp. Binding shows some moderate wear and top hinge is weak. Also, some moderate toning and foxing. One illustration is detached. Many illustrations, including an illuminated title page by Thomas Nast. Text and illustrations try and give a feel for life on the prairies, mountains and the Pacific Coast. Richardson presents views of Indians, trappers, pioneers and some of the curiosities of the western territories in his work.




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