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The Old Oregon Country : A History Of Frontier Trade, Transportation, And Travel

by Winther, Oscar Osburn

Condition: Good/No Jacket


Stanford University, 1950. Ex-library copy with rebound library binding. All the usual flaws, stamps, markings, pocket, black marker mark on bottom edge of text block, page edges age toned, 1/2 inch tear on bottom edge of half-title page. Illustrations, footnotes, bibliography, index, 348 pp. Text clean & tight.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾". Ex-Library.



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