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History of the Donner Party: A Tragedy of the Sierra by  C. F. [Charles Fayette] McGlashan - First Thus - 1934 - from Uncommon Works, IOBA and

History of the Donner Party: A Tragedy of the Sierra

by McGlashan, C. F. [Charles Fayette]

Condition: Very good +

San Francisco: T.C. Wohlbruck, 1934. First Thus. Cloth. Very good +. Near Fine book, no dust jacket as issued. Pictorial ochre cloth boards, some soiling to cover. Tight, solid copy with good boards, intact cloth, and mild toning to pages. Owner's name inked on first free endpaper. Ad for Lookout Point inside front cover. "Press of the City Printing Company, San Diego, California" on last page. 8 b/w photos, illustrations. 234 pp. Large duodecimo, 5 1/2 x 8 inches tall. Zamorano 80 list. Based on true account of cannibalism and survival in pioneer America.


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