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Relation of the Discovery of the Mississippi River

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Relation of the Discovery of the Mississippi River

by LA SALLE, Nicholas de

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1898. LA SALLE, Nicholas de. Relation of the Discovery of the Mississippi River. Written from the Narrative of Nicholas de LaSalle, otherwise known as the little M. de La Salle. Translated by Melville B. Anderson. Chicago: Caxton Club, 1898. A very good uncut copy in orig. vellum-backed boards. Howes L-109. Limited to 266 copies.

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Title
Relation of the Discovery of the Mississippi River
Author
LA SALLE, Nicholas de
Book condition
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Date published
1898
Keywords
HOWESX, CAXTON CLUB, EXPLORERS, FINE/GEN AM

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