Fair Condition. 413 pages. Ex-library with typical marks; some wear to the edges and spine tips; cracked front hinge. the pages are tanned; a good reading copy overall. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 Pounds. Category: Biography & Autobiography; Inventory No: 154799.
Very Good. Dust Jacket Included. GREENBIE, SYDNEY. Furs to Furrows: An Epic of Rugged Individualism. (Primarily on 30 to 40 years following Louisiana Purchase, much of fur trade) Caxton 1939, 413 pp. w. wrn. chipped.d.j.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. First edition. Octavo. 413pp. Near fine in gilt pictorial board with some light spotting on the front pastedown in near fine dustwrapper with a few tiny nicks at the edges.
Very Good+ in Very Good-dust jacket. SD. NAP. Bit of bumping to corners. Bit of soiling to top and lower page edges. Else binding and pages are clean. Light rubbing to DJ spine extremities and corners. 1/2" x 1/2" tear in spine head. 1/4" tear in front lower corner. 1 1/4", 3/4" and 1/2" closed tears in front top DJ edge. 3/4" closed tear in rear top DJ edge. Inner DJ taped at spine extremities, corners and edges. DJ flap folds are rubbed.; 413 pages.
First edition. 413pp. Frontispiece, 29 plates from photographs, drawings and paintings; appendix by Dr. Carl P. Russell. Gilt-lettered and decorated brown patterned cloth. Owner's name to endpaper; lower edge of text block slightly wrinkled from almost imperceptible damp stain. A very good copy. History of the fur traders and trappers in the thirty to forty years following the Louisiana Purchase, and their role in the exploration and settlement of the area. Includes chapters on Manuel Lisa, John Colter, Kit Carson and Jedediah Smith.
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