Good in good dust jacket. Hardcover; Good condition; (shelf b163); ex-library with usual stickers, stamps & markings; Printed Text VG; an approx. 1/2" x 2" area on flyleaf page marred by a library label being removed; mylar covering; 296 p. "The day-to-day life of the fur trader is captured in the authentic journals of five fur traders including the famous Peter Pond";
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Book This copy is the 1971 second impression by this publisher. Slight edgewear to DJ and binding. Very minor fading to spine color of DJ. Book remains tightly bound and unmarked. Retail store rubber stamp found on first page.
Very Good in Good jacket. Biography, History. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. This book is in very good condition. 2nd Printing. Green boards with black lettering on the spine. A little soiling along the edges. A little foxing on the outer edges of the pages. Square and tight. The interior is clean and bright. The first pages has a few age spots. The dust jacket is in good condition with some soiling to the inside of the jacket. The jacket is not price clipped and is in new mylar. Introduction by Grace Lee Nute. Foreword by Thomas C. Blegen.
Like New. Condition: Fine; Dust Jacket Condition: "Second printing. 8vo, 296 pgs. Full bound green cloth with black title on spine. Clean and solid. "A Note to Readers" from the Minnesota Historical Society laid in. DJ shows very minimal shelfwear. A nice, solid book." Hardcover.
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