A TOPOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PROVINCE OF LOWER CANADA WITH REMARKS UPON UPPER CANADA AND ON THE RELATIVE CONNEXION OF BOTH PROVINCES WITH THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
by Joseph Bouchette
- VG/No Jacket as Issued
Mansonville, Quebec, Canada
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- A TOPOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PROVINCE OF LOWER CANADA WITH REMARKS UPON UPPER CANADA AND ON THE RELATIVE CONNEXION OF BOTH PROVINCES WITH THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
- Joseph Bouchette
- Book Condition
- Used - VG
- Jacket Condition
- No Jacket as Issued
- 1st Edition-1st Printing
- W. Faden
- Place of Publication
- London- UK
- Date Published
- Non-fiction-historical-geographical-topographical-Lower & Upper Canada-surveys-illustrated
- 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall
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