Edited by Dale Lowell Morgan. New condition hardback, top edge gilt, w/o dust jacket. Hardback, 19 Chapters, Notes + Index, 10 Illustrations. lvi, 375 p. illus., fold. maps, port. 18 cm. The Lakeside classics, no. 65. Includes: Illustrations, Maps, Portraits. This would make a FINE PRESENT to anyone interested in the Old Alaska.
Very Good. Used 372 pages, Index, Map, blue cloth boards with gilt lettering & decoration, black-and-white photos. Rear board has tiny speck, text clean, reverse of title page has two faint spots. Tale begins in 1898, two years after the first spectacular find of gold nuggets and is a first hand account of the author's three years in and around Dawson City. Contents include: Frisco to Dawson; The Post-Office; Trip to French Hill; First Snow Experience; Eldorado and Bonanza; The Stampede; The Fire; The Mine; Galena Creek; Year 1900; The Robbery & Murders; Around La Barge.
Fair with no dust jacket. Cover has heavy stain, especially at spine. Gilt upper closed edge, rest is moderately foxed. Text is free of pen/pencil marks, highlighting, and underlining. Author has included black and white photos, maps, extensive note section, and index. Sound binding. A Little Store that's Big on Service. Free Delivery Confirmation on every package.; The Lakeside classics, no. 65; 6.70 X 4.60 X 1.20 inches; 375 pages.
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