Title: A Woman's Trip to Alaska : Being an Account ...
Publisher: Cassell Publishing Company., New York, New York
Publication Date: 1890
Book Condition: Collectible-Good
Edition: First Edition
193 pages; illustrations, folding plate, map; bound in blue boards with red spine (wear to the top and bottom of the spine), gilt lettering and a totem design. Missing the front flyleaf page, Small one inch tear and missing chips from the pages 2 through 50 in the lower right bottom. A travel account of Mrs. Collis from Chicago to Minneapolis, through Yellowstone National Park, to Tacoma. The journey then begins northward up the Inland Passage from Puget Sound to Muir Glacier visiting Victoria, Fort Simpson, Fort Wrangel, Sitka, Juneau and Chilcat on the Steamer Queen. Has a brief introduction by Wm. T. Sherman. Illustrations by the author are of early views of the ports along the Inland Passage using her Kodiak camera. Bookseller Inventory # 11124
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