Very Good. Octavo, 9 1/4" tall, xxi + 394 + ad pages, brown cloth; frontispiece painting by James Bingham. A very good, clean, hard cover edition, with modertate shelf wear, rubbing at the corners, but scotch tape marks from previously attached dust jacket (no dust jacket); hinges and binding solid, paper lightly yellowed and with light foxing to endpapers title page.
GOOD. JACKET: TORN DJ. 9X6. Translated by authors, preface by Kenneth Roberts, introduction by Stewart L. Mims, gold letters on spine, bookplate on inside front cover, signature on front endpaper, color pictorial page, internally good condition _PAB_
Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. EX-LIB copy with usual library stamps, marking and rear card pocket. Rear free end paper has been removed. Hinge is beginning to crack, so opens to signature in places. No dust jacket. Index number taped to spine. Good reading copy.
Long out of print books like this one is why Alibris is so invaluable! Kenneth Roberts was not only a masterful historical novelist, he was also an avid collector of original diaries like his MARCH TO QUEBEC and this account of life in the fledgling US. Full of color, somewhat partisan, but always a delightful read makes this book a great addition to any historical collection.
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