Laughlin, J.E. Good + No Jacket. Full-Leather. Reprint. Brown hardcover with black lettering & sketch. Wear with fraying to cornertips. Spine ends have wear with 2 tiny tears. Boards with minor stains. Author frontispiece with tissue in place & all plates present-one is detached. Clean pages with some margin stains. 303 pp. Spine opening up in a couple of places. Solid copy. Louis Riel.
Light brown pictorial cloth stamped in black, gilt lettered. floral endpapers. pp (x), (11)-303 + frontispiece portrait with tissue guard and 7 other plates, one (portrait) with tissue guards. Horizontal creases to lower front free endpaper; rubber stamp of Bethesda Sabbath School to centre of title page and at end of text and once near middle of book; occasional tan soil spots in text but text is mostly quite clean and unworn; yellowing to page edges; else a VG copy. Peel III 486. "In this first hand account of his missionary enterprise during a severe food shortage, the smallpox epidemic, the Metis resistance at Fort Garry, and recurrent tribal warfare in the turbulent 1860s and 1870s, McDougall chronicles what may have been the end of the innocence in the Canadian Northwest. "-from the U of Alberta paperback reprint. McDougall was an important Methodist missionary to the Indians in the Canadian Northwest.
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