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The Gold of Dahlonega  the First Major Gold Rush in North America by Lou Harshaw - First Edition - 1976 - from Books About The South and

The Gold of Dahlonega the First Major Gold Rush in North America

by Lou Harshaw

Condition: Fine/Very Good+

Asheville N.C.: Hexagon Company, 1976. F/VG+/First Edition-stated. A well preserved first edition from 1976. Not price clipped, clean and one small nick on the back of the dust jacket. Jacket now covered with a mylar sleeve. The book is square with a tight binding and sharp corners, no marking or soiling. This is the bicentennial limited edition and this copy is a stated first edition. 108 pages with many photos. Comes to you in a acid free document bag for storage and I can have it in the mail to you tomorrow.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Very Good+. History/GA/Gold Rush/Dahgloneg.


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