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The Invasion of Canada, 1812-1813 by Pierre Berton - Hardcover - Third printing - 1980 - from Andre Strong Bookseller and

The Invasion of Canada, 1812-1813

by Pierre Berton

Condition: Very Good/very good

Toronto: Mcclelland & Stewart Ltd, 1980. Third printing. Hardcover. Very Good/very good. 6 1/2 x 10 inches. ix, 363 pages. Condition of the book is Very Good, cover and spine excellent, light spotting to top edge of text block, text and illustrations are very clean, binding istight. Dust jacket is Very Good, small piece missing at top edge of front cover, in a protective mylar wrapper. STK


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