A Quaker Forty-Niner. the Adventures of Charles Edward Pancoast on the American Frontier.
by Hannum, Anna Paschall, editor
- Near Fine with no dust jacket
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- A Quaker Forty-Niner. the Adventures of Charles Edward Pancoast on the American Frontier.
- Hannum, Anna Paschall, editor
- Book condition
- Used - Near Fine with no dust jacket
- First Edition; First Printing
- University Of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia.
- Date published
- Western Americana, Forty Niners, Gold Rush, C. E. Pancoast, Steam Boating.
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