In this book, the author gives an edited version of the actual events of two nineteenth century pioneers, Overton Johnson and William H. Winter, exploring westward expansion. The book provides a colorful tale of the men's journey, as well as the two years spent in the West. The book also demonstrates the diversity among territories by describing ...Read MoreIn this book, the author gives an edited version of the actual events of two nineteenth century pioneers, Overton Johnson and William H. Winter, exploring westward expansion. The book provides a colorful tale of the men's journey, as well as the two years spent in the West. The book also demonstrates the diversity among territories by describing Indian, American, English, and California settlements.Read Less
Very good. No dust jacket. Ex-library. 152 p. 22 cm. Original t.p. reads: Route across the Rocky Mountains, with a description of Oregon and California; their geographical features, their resources, soil, climate, productions, &c., &c., by Overton Johnson and Wm. H. Winter, of the emigration of 1843...Book Condition: very good. DJ Condition: no dj. Interior pages are cleannad bright. The Binding is tight, corners are sharp.
Very Good- Used hardcover with no dust jacket. light shelfwear; corners/edges are lightly bumped and rubbed. binding and pages are tight, straight and sound. no marks to the interior text. cover boards are lightly rubbed yet clean, page edges are mildly smudged.
Good. Ex-library. Exceptionally clean former college library copy. 160pp, general audience University Microfilms facsimile printing of 1846 book published by John B. Semans Excellent Condition HARD COVER. Written by Overton Johnson and William H. Winter, facsimile published by University Microfilms/Xerox, Ann Arbor, MI, 1966, 160pp. Facsimile printing of the original book published by John B. Semans, Lafayette, IN, 1846. Former college library book with all the usual stamps and stickers. This is one of those library books that were lost in the stacks and no one could find it again. The text is exceptionally clean, crisp and bright with no noticeable extraneous markings, folds or blemishes. No dust jacket as issued. The binding is very tight and the spine is solid. The cover is blue cloth-covered boards with metallic silver lettering hot-stamped on the spine and front cover. The cover has near-negligible wear. Excellent former library copy. ISBN: None. LCCN: 66-26352. Non-fiction; history; exploration; explorers; United States; America; the West; Rocky Mountains; geography; emigration; Oregon; California; routes; Columbia River; Kansas; Great Platte; Salt Sink; Willow Springs; Idaho; Fort Boise; Snake River; American Falls; Big Sandy; Fort Hall; Cascade Falls; Wascopin Mission; Utilla
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