Very Good in Very Good jacket. Very Good in hardcover in a Very Good dust jacket, modest soiling, light shelf wear. Illustrated. It was actually a 4000 mile expedition that Seton chronicled as he journeyed with Edward Preble in 1907 to the far north of the Arctic tundra and grasslands, the caribou roaming in the hundreds of thousands. 308p (p)
NY: International University Press, 1943 Hard Cover Reprint edition, Very good in very good. Some faint wrinkling at top of spine. Otherwise near fine. Price sticker on back. Text clean and unmarked, binding tight. 308 pages. 100% of this purchase will support literacy programs through a nonprofit organization!
Reprint edition, fine in a very good+ dust jacket. The jacket has a small tear at the top of the spine and some minor soiling. Contains a Preface for this edition by the author and many drawings by the author; 308 pages. Clean and tight with no names or other markings in the book.
Fair in None jacket. Size: Octavo; First UK Edition. Green cloth hardcovers are bumped and rubbed, stains, top of spine has tears and chipped cloth. Some foxing but otherwise interior in nice condition, binding secure. A good reading copy. Illustrated with photos. Professional bookseller since 1998. Orders shipped daily in cardboard bookfolds.
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