Fine in Very Good jacket. Longman. Toronto, 1971. First edition. Fine in hardcover in a Very Good unchipped dust jacket, modest soiling. Illustrated. Life of John McDougall ( 1842-1917) Methodist minister along the Canadian plains in the 1880's, aided both Indians and Metis during the Riel Rebellion, later became Indian Commissioner etc. Ink inscript. 193p.
Uncredited Cover Art. Near Fine in Very Good+ jacket. Book -----------hardcover, a Near Fine copy, in a Very Good+ dustjacket with just a wee bit of very light rubbing, a very nice copy, 193 pages, ---"Parsons on the Plains is a carefully and lovingly version of [ Forest, Lake and Prairie, Twenty Years of Frontier Life in Western Canada; Saddle, Sled and Snowshoe, Pioneering on the Saskatchewan in the Sixties; Stirring Scenes of Life in the Canadian North West ] these three books. Bredin has retained all the flavour of the original work and provides the reader with an account of Canadian life during a time of social change. More than a book that looks so closely at the way the individual missionaries, soldiers and Indians lived, it is a true story of high excitement and adventure---, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo.
Good in Good jacket. Book. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 193pp., very light wear. Bredin's edition and condensation of McDougall's three books on missionary life among the Plains Indians and settlers on the Prairies in the 19th century.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo. pp. [x] 193. Former owner's name and ex libris stamp on inside cover. "John McDougall was a missionary who "lived with the Indians, travelled with them and had adventures with animals, flooding streams, and nature that could often be violent. From his experiences came three books....'Parsons on the Plains' is a carefully and lovingly edited version of these three books."
/Dust Jacket Included. Book 23cm, 193p. fine in very good to fine jacket (s5.4) This title is an edited version of McDougall's three books written in the nineteenth century on travels and adventures on the prairies.
Vg green/gilt Cloth. Sl/chipped and Soiled Dj. 8vo. Small felt scribble on half-title. John McDougall was a missionary who "lived with the Indians, travelled with them and had adventures with animals, flooding streams, and nature that could often be violent. From his experiences came three books....'Parsons on the Plains' is a carefully and lovingly edited version of these three books. "
Parsons on the plains
by John McDougall, Thomas Frederick Bredin
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