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Beyond the Mississippi.

by Richardson, Albert D

Condition: Very Good

Hartford:: American Publishing Company. Hardcover. 572 pp. 8vo. Newly rebound cloth hardcover, with new endpapers and the original title label to the spine. Browning to textblock, browning, damp-staining and soiling to the half-title margins. Foxing and soiling scattered throughout - does not interfere with readability. Small piece of upper corner chipped from approx first 15 pgs, chipping to fore-edge of pg 572. Includes over 200 b&w illustrations. "Beyond the Mississippi: From teh Great River to the Great Ocean. Life and Adventure on the Prairies, Mountains, and Pacific Coast." . Very Good. 1867..


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