Good. No Jacket. 16mo-over 5¾"-6¾" Volume II only. Late 19th-century edition (ca. 1880's). See Beckham 5a8-the undated green cloth edition prior to 1900 referred to on p. 182; and as shown in the photo on p. 180 (6th from left). Good. Solid clean ex-college library hardcover in dark green cloth original binding, spine stamped in gilt, publisher's initials in blind on covers (has library markings and some wear).
Good. Octavo 22cm. Leather Hardcover First Edition, 1814. xxviii, 470, ix, 522 With 5 engraved maps throughout the text; lacking the rare large fold-out map....Both volumes are uniformly bound in brown calfskin leather on the boards; spines neatly rebacked in light brown leatherette. Panels are scuffed and worn, with peeling at the extremities. Hinges are reinforced and very sturdy; textblocks are tight. Top edges darkened, with a few minor spots of soiling along others. Pages are toned, with foxing throughout, but intact. Previous owner names and bookplates on front endpapers. The first official account of Lewis and Clark's historic transcontinental expedition. Lewis did not live to see its publication. The most famous of all expeditions in North American History, this account of their trek to the Pacific coast is an absolutely crucial piece of Americana. [Sabin 855]. Offered by the Antiquarian, Rare, and Collectible department of Better World Books. Your purchase benefits global literacy programs. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
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