THROUGH THE GOLD-FIELDS OF ALASKA TO BERING STRAITS
by De Windt
- VERY good for age/n/a
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Tissue-protected frontis. 312 pages plus ads at back. There is a large coloured fold-out map that is only GOOD with small tear IN THE BLANK MARGIN Large number of illustrations; every one checked and present in near-fine condition. Nine appendices. A terrific book. Front blue board with gilt illustration. Gilt titling etc on spine.. Corners bumped. No writing. Black front end paper stretches across inside board and page, as it should, and is cracked down centre but not open. That sound worse than it is. All it means is that the white shows along the crack.
Account of a journey through the Chilkoot Pass to Klondike and down the Yukon River to St. Michael, and two-month residence among the Tchuktchis
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- Michael's Pride and Joys (CA)
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- THROUGH THE GOLD-FIELDS OF ALASKA TO BERING STRAITS
- De Windt
- Blue boards with gilt tchuktchis-residence picture on front gilt titling on spine
- Book Condition
- Used - VERY good for age
- Jacket Condition
- Quantity Available
- Chatto and Windus
- Place of Publication
- London, England
- Date Published
- large octavo
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