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Traveler in a vanished landscape;  The life and times of David Douglas by  William Morwood - First Edition - 1973 - from E Ridge fine Books and

Traveler in a vanished landscape; The life and times of David Douglas

by Morwood, William

Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket

C. N. Potter; distributed by Crown Publishers. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1973. First Edition. Hardcover. 0517500647 . Tight Binding, No markings nice unread copy. jacket is in protective cover. "A biography oof David Douglas one of the leading botanists of the nineteenth century. It is after him that the Douglas fir is named. Of the seventeen pines native to the western part of the continent Douglas discovered seven of them. In Douglas' travels and exploration he covered some 12,000 miles by foot, horse and canoe." ; 9.20 X 6.10 X 1.10 inches; 244 pp pages .


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