Fine in Fine dust jacket. As New. Black-and-white illustrations. The dust jacket is protected by a Brodart mylar cover and is not price clipped. Not an ex-library copy. No remainder marks. Most books shipped within 24 hours. All books mailed with Delivery Confirmation. Fine condition in fine dust jacket. This is a reprint of the 1941 Massachusetts Historical Society edition.; B&W Illustrations; 8vo.; 518 pages.
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ISBN 0-87595-250-X. Hardback. Reprint edition. Near Fine to Fine condition book in a Near Fine to Fine Condition Dustjacket. Tight, bright, attractive copy with no markings to the book. Beautifully made book with quality binding and paper. Copy one.
Tall thick 8vo. , xxvii, , 518,  pp. Frntsp., numerous plates. Half-blk cloth over brown boards, gilt lettrng, w/ d.j. NF/NF copy. First Oregon Historical Society edition, of these logs from the first and second Voyages of the Columbia describing Robert Gray's fur trading trip around the Horn, and his discovery of the Columbia River, named after his ship. His discovery was the basis for the United States' claim to the Oregon Territory.
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