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DOWN THE GREAT RIVER; EMBRACING AN ACCOUNT OF THE DISCOVERY OF THE TRUE SOURCE OF THE MISSISSIPPI

by Glazier, Willard (Cpt.)

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Philadelphia: Hubbard Brothers, 1892. Reprint. Hard Cover. Small octavo 443 pgs with 2 maps (one large fold-out). Dark brown cloth with gold decorated front cover and back strip. Very good condition. Both front and rear end papers are cracked, but not effecting the attachment or solidity of the hinges. Very good condition


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