Title: Recollections of Persons and Places in the ...
Publisher: James Kay, Jun. and Brother
Publication Date: 1834
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: First Edition.
Philadelphia, 1834. 12mo, publisher's cloth, 244 pp. An uncommonly well-preserved copy of the first edition, in very good condition with some intermittent foxing to contents, normal wear to boards and some rubbing with loss to title label on spine. A biographical account of the author's early life in what was then considered the West. Brackenridge was the son of the writer and judge Hugh Henry Brackenridge, and would later become a Congressman from Pennsylvania. Quite scarce in its original binding. Sabin 7171; American Imprints 23533; Howes B-687. Bookseller Inventory # 13406
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