Yukon River Steamboats: A Pictorial History
by COHEN, Stan
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Missoula, Montana: Pictorial Histories Publishing Company. Very Good-. 1984. Softcover. 0933126190 . Stated third printing, March 1984. A tribute to the steamboats that plied the Yukon River during the height of the Klondike Gold Rush of the late 1800s & early 1900s. With dozens of black & white photos, a few maps and reproductions of advertisements and schematic drawings. --- A softcover edition, in stiff wraps with color steamboat images to covers. --- A sound copy, clean and tightly bound but with 1-inch tear to back cover.; Quarto (11 to 13 in. tall); 118 pages .
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- COHEN, Stan
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- Pictorial Histories Publishing Company
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- Missoula, Montana
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