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Muir, John
Travels in Alaska
NY & BOSTON, 1915 Published by HOUGHTON MIFFLIN CO Edition: FIRST ED Binding: HARD BACK TAN Jacket: TATTERED DJ Size: 5.5 X 8 327 Pages Overall Condition is: GOOD 1915 NOV COLOR PICTORIAL COVER. Dj torn, soiled, tanned, creased, closed tears, and tanned. General shelf wear, small bookplate on inner board, foxing on title page. Original light green cloth, color picture plate mounted on front board. 12 illustrations/photographs, including frontispiece. CONTENTS: Part I. The Trip of 1879: I. Puget Sound and British Columbia; II. Alexander Archipelago and the Home I Found in Alaska; III. Wrangell Island and Alaska Summers; IV. The Stickeen River; V. A Cruise in the Cassiar; VI. The Cassiar Trail; VII. Glenora Peak; VIII. Exploration of the Stickeen Glaciers; IX. A Canoe Voyage to Northward; X. The Discovery of Glacier Bay; XI. The Country of the Chilcats; XII. The Return to Fort Wrangell; XIII. Alaska Indians; Part II. The Trip of 1880: XIV. Sum Dum Bay; XV. From Taku River to Taylor Bay; XVI. Glacier Bay; Part III. The Trip of 1890: XVII. In Camp at Glacier Bay; XVIII. My Sled-Trip on the Muir Glacier; XIX. Auroras; Index; Glossary of Words in the Chinook Language.
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop (princetn) [Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States]
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