Good exlibrary, Jacket shows wear under mylar, Unmarked, Solid, Cover has wear, Good copy overall. We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
Very good. No dust jacket. Not Library. Not Remainder. Good Book with minor faults and missing dust jacket. 700pp. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade. Excellent Condition HARD COVER. Written by David McCullough, published by Simon & Schuster, NY, 1994, assumed first edition, 700pp, illustrated. Not Library. Not Remainder. The text has one dog-ear, otherwise it is very clean and crisp with no noticeable markings, shelving-caused folds or blemishes. The binding is very tight and the spine is solid. The dust jacket is missing. The cover is dark-blue colored cloth-covered boards with metallic silver lettering on the spine. The cover has light wear with gentle bumping of the spine. There is very light foxing on the closed reading edges. Excellent copy with very minor wear to cover and no dust jacket. ISBN: 0671225634. Nonfiction; history; Panama Canal; United States; France; Theodore Roosevelt; John Stevens; Canal Zone; Manuel Amador Guerrero; Daniel Ammen; Jose Agustin Arango; Ancon Hospital; Henri Bionne; Joseph Bishop; Bohio Solado; Philipe Bunau-Varilla; Chagres River; Compagnie Nouvelle du Canal de Panama; Compgnie Universelle du Canal Interoceanique; Culebra Cut; Jules Dingler; Alexandre Gustav Eiffel; Gatun Locks; George W. Goethals; William Gorgas; Marcus Hanna; Isthmian Canal Commission; Ferdinand de Lessepes; Henry Cabot Lodge; Nicaraguan Canal; mosquito; John Stevens; Theodore Shonts; William Howard Taft; Lucien Wyse; Yellow Fever;
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